13 Burst results for "Mohr Rollbacks"

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Business on Wall Street. The Dow is up 118 points. The NASDAQ is down 43 S and P 500 is up almost 11 points and oil is up almost 1% way have 83 degrees in Chicago. CBS News is next at 11 o'clock. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today, That number is falling to 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working of hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized Has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is Good Morning America. He's utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today, That number is falling to 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Or the wave clouds of more than just the headlines. This is WCBS news Radio. 8 80 I'm Palmer Dame with CBS News. THISS Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today that numbers fall into 1.7 now since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on WTOP

"Hour your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual education. CBS's David beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book, The White House's criticized Has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Krystle a tells US one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today that numbers fall into 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:18 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"On the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia is going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beck now was in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is Good Morning America. He's utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells US one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council have apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations. In the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists We've reported on the falling birthrate. CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today that numbers fall into 1.7 now since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:29 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Later stories coming up in 10 minutes on the fives right after a CBS News on the hour it is nine o'clock. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book, The White House's criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today that numbers fall into 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:19 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The hour of your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go the Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg now is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells us one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today, That number is falling to 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Nine o'clock. Thiss is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and all over the country. Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized Has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is Good Morning America. He's utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Krystle a tells US one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council I've apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations in the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists. We've reported on the falling birthrate, CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes. Today, That number is falling to 1.7 now, since the birth rate of 2.1 per mother's what's needed to keep a population study, the researchers say. Most of the world is on course for a population crash, the sole exception. Sub Saharan Africa, a California.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Key decisions are being made about the opening of schools in the pandemic. Philadelphia's going with hybrid learning some school classes, some at home in South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster parents need to have a choice. Whether they want to go there Children in class five days a week. Whether they want a virtual Education. CBS's David Beg No is in Florida State that saw a record daily virus death toll with 133 in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary You know there is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down working hurricanes or sprints. This thing's a marathon. That is Jared Moskowitz, director of Florida's Division of Emergency management. When a Category five hits. Nobody argues whether it was a Category five and in this disaster We're arguing over everything. Wal Mart says it's going to make masks mandatory for customers all over the country starting next week at Wal Mart and Sam's Club stores. Oklahoma's governor, Kevin Stitt, says he's tested positive for the virus. Mary Trump, the president's niece, who has written a tell all book The White House has criticized It has tried to block says if she was in the Oval Office, she tell her uncle to resign. She was on ABC is good morning. America is utterly incapable of leading this country. And it's dangerous to allow him to do so. Based on what you see now or what you saw then. Based on what I've seen my entire adult life, correspondent Jim Priscilla tells US one North Carolina City is now addressing its past links to slavery. In a unanimous vote, members of the Asheville North here, a lot of City Council have apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination. They also agreed to provide reparations. In the form of community investment in minority areas of the mountain city popular with tourists We've reported on the falling birthrate. CBS's Vicki Barker now on the potential consequences. In a new study in 1950 women were having an average of 4.7 Children in their lifetimes today that numbers fall into 1.7 now since the birth rate of 2.1.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Start of a new school year, a new virus testing center is opening in Anaheim and one health officials says Southern California should go back on lock down Those stories plus traffic every 10 minutes on the fives. It's all coming up in just four minutes after see because covers the world. It's seven o'clock states set new virus records. Things were getting worse than not getting better vaccine progress. This is the letter T end of the tunnel president on blacks killed by police, So are white people. More white people, by the way. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Corona virus is spreading fast in the U. S. Florida is one of at least three states reporting a new record daily high and infections. CBS's David Beck knows in the Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now. Was to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the mayor said. Red is when it's everything shuts down again. Everything I do want to warn people that were close to that. The director of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, warns that the worst may still be ahead. When the pandemic combines with the flu season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times mohr than right now. CBS Ebola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions. And we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian Conan is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the corona virus.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Dot com. End of the tunnel President on blacks killed by police So white people more white people, by the way, Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Corona virus is spreading fast in the US Florida is one of at least three states reporting a new record daily high and infections. CBS's David Beg No is in the Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the lady said. Red is when it's everything. Season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times Mohr than right now. CBS's Bhola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions. And we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian Conan is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the corona virus tests in the state of Arizona. We are working on available to increase up to 30 to 50,000 tests per day after a brief dip on Monday. Case number shot up in Arizona on Tuesday with an additional 4273 new cases reported and 92 deaths. As demand for tests has surged in recent weeks. So have the wait times to get results. The average wait time for a non priority patient is now seven days figure, Dr Kodama admits is a problem. Eventually, we're going to get down to within a 48 hour turnaround time investors around the globe embracing the news from the drugmaker Moderna on experimental vaccine developed by the company and the National Institutes of Health. Was safe. In all 45 volunteers tested and it worked to trigger antibody production. CBS's Dr David Vegas is a final stage of human trials will begin later on this month. Half get vaccine and half get placebo and the hope is that the immune responses that we're seeing well actually prevent people from being sick from the virus. Correspondent Steve Futterman tells us. There's a new path for key data on the Corona virus. The administration is telling hospitals across the nation to bypass CDC and instead send the information directly to the Department of Health and Human Services. Officials claim this is simply a way to streamline the process. But critics of the administration say they're concerned that this could make it possible to hide information The White House does not want released in an about face. The Trump administration has dropped plans to expel tens of thousands of foreign students at colleges. Have moved classes to online on Ly CBS's Vicki Barker in You, Graduate student Divya Jethmalani got the good news during a meeting she can stay was the most overjoyed presence is such a huge victory of Massachusetts Attorney General Mara Healey among the many state attorneys general and universities who challenged the new guidelines in this country. We have a president in Washington, DC, but we've got a lot of others of us in government to the administration's lost the economy's gain. Foreign students bring in some 44 $1,000,000 a year. In a CBS News interview, President Trump criticized the decision by the A and San Diego school district's to not reopen school buildings in the fall. Children and parents are dying from.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"States set new virus records Things were getting worse tonight, getting better. Vaccine progress. This is the letter T end of the tunnel President on blacks killed by police. So are white people, more white people, by the way, Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up. The Sunshine State in Miami Dade. More than 30% of all Corona virus tests came back positive. On Tuesday, Miami's mayor says Mohr rollbacks may be necessary There is a significant amount of pressure right now for us to shut down out West. It is a similar story in Los Angeles County. Listen to what the LeMay said. Red is when it's everything shuts down again. Everything I do want to warn people that were close to that. The director of the CDC, Dr Robert Redfield, warns that the worst may still be ahead when the pandemic combines with the flu season. I do think the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 are going to be probably one of the most difficult times that we've experienced. Experts say the U. S should test four million people a day to help control the virus. That's five times mohr than right now. CBS Ebola Langi takes us to a testing facility in Arizona. We need extraordinary solutions, and we need to be able to do that quickly. Dr. Brian codename is the scientific medical director. It's Sonora Quest. His lab handles nearly half of all the Corona virus tests in the state of Arizona. We are working on available to increase up to 30 to 50,000 tests per day after a brief dip on Monday Case numbers shot up in Arizona on Tuesday with an additional 4273 new cases reported and 92 deaths. As demand for tests has surged in recent weeks. So have the wait times to get results. The average wait time for a non priority patient is now seven days figure, Dr Kodama admits is a problem. Eventually, we're going to get down to within.

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"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"mohr rollbacks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Mohr rollbacks in some California counties today during his noon briefing, which you can hear live right here on Kogo. He says the number of positive cases in the state is upto 5.9% and he'll be announcing Mohr measures ahead of the Fourth of July holiday weekend. He says family gatherings are proving to be a source of a lot of community transmission. But he says California will overcome this virus. We bent the curve in the state of California once we will bend the curve again, Mark my word. We will crush this pandemic. We will annihilate. It will get past this, but we're gonna have to be tougher and we're gonna have to be smarter in terms of our approaches were committed and resolved to do that. He also announced an expansion of the program to get the homeless off the streets and into hotel rooms, which was enacted during the pandemic. San Diego County has two hot spots for spreading the Corona virus, the largest contributors Oh, our outbreaks, totals or bars and restaurants and private residence. Those two make up more than 40% of our total outbreaks. The rest come from a variety of different office and business type, said County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says restaurants will now have to close at 10 PM and if the bar does not serve food, it will have to close just after midnight actually know bars that don't serve food actually are already closed. For now. They're shut down. The city of San Diego is not closing the beach this weekend, but you are asked to pick a spot on the beach and just hang out with your family. A household and the county will have its briefing at 2 30 this afternoon. Exactly in the governor at at noon. They're both right here on cocoa growing number of people in their twenties. Testing positive for Cove in 19 has led to more orders from the county. The total number of covert 19 cases are increasing in this group. This population may represent the largest number of those going to bars and restaurants in having house parties or parties in general, while comparing tely not wearing a mask. For maintaining physical distancing are taking other actions to prevent themselves and others from contracting covert 19. Dr Wilma Wooten says restaurants will now close at 10 PM whether or not they serve alcohol, but takeout is still allowed after 10 because all of the community outbreaks have happened indoors. The county says data does not support closing the beaches for the fourth of July holiday. But you can only hang out with your household and if you are within six feet of others where a mask Maryland Haider Kogo news Come on, dears time. 80 for and Dr Anthony Fauci says it is safe for kids to go back to school this fall, But he told a Senate committee that it does depend Dr. Faulty Recommended school superintendents study Local infection data. Take a look. At where you are in the particular area of the so called opening America again, are you at the Gateway Phase one face to face three vows. You said some school systems may want to look at modifying schedules alternate days morning versus evening, and he said some school districts could also use online virtual learning where necessary. Lawmakers are making an effort to extend the deadline for the Paycheck protection program. The Senate passed the measure that would allow small businesses to apply for funding through August, the eighth There's roughly $130 billion still up for grabs in the program. The effort was created to help small businesses keep workers on the payroll during the Corona virus pandemic. Mark Mayfield, NBC news radio that extra little bump the federal government is giving unemployed persons ends a week sooner than expected. As we hear from Evan Brown, the cares act put federal money into each day's unemployment benefits to make sure all persons who lost their jobs due to Corona virus shutdowns got an extra 600 bucks in each Unemployment check. But now the U. S Department of Labor says a technicality will end the payments earlier than expected. The law says the payments and on July 31st But since that's a Friday, and many people have to claim a week ending Saturday or Sunday, the benefit might not apply for that final week. When that happens, the benefit level drops to whatever each state normally pays out. An accidental shooting sends a six year old San Diego boy to the hospital overnight. Police say the six year old was playing with a gun inside a home on 52nd Street when he shot himself in the chest. The bullet apparently went completely through his chest, and police say he was conscious and breathing when he was rushed to the hospital. He is in stable condition and child abuse unit is investigating. Voters in Oregon, a step closer to deciding of psychedelic mushrooms should be legal. The campaign pushing forward has collected nearly 165,000 signatures if election officials verify enough. The measure is put on the November ballot. But several past studies have found.

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