35 Burst results for "More Than Two Hundred Thousand People"

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik on America's Heinously 'Loose' Borders

"Bring back america's hero new york city police commissioner former new york city police. Commissioner bernie carrot bernie thanks for staying with us exports bernie as police commissioner nine eleven. You experienced what happens when america's borders are loose or non-existent as they are right. Now you experience with the influx of migrants who are not vetted does an ends with thousands of americans dead. What are your feelings about. The influx of gani migrants on planes being transported here by the biden administration. Without any real vetting. What does that make you think of nobody. Nobody knows what happens. When look people into this country that you know wanted the minds of this country. And i don't care what the president says. I don't care what milly general milley says or the president's press secretary. There's no in how you can bet the people coming in from afghanistan and here's why aghanistan was ruined by the afghan government which is a logger of power. The taliban is taking over. The taliban is a terror group. We don't have a diplomatic relationship with this country. They're not going to have relationships with russia. China in iran have nothing to do with the united states. Only to get money lewis. That's what they're gonna do. They're not gonna give us their intelligence On operations they're not going to give us access to until we have two hundred thousand people coming to this country and if they're not in a us dod database or cia database or an fbi database. They're not in one of those. We don't know who the hell they are. We don't know where they came from. We don't have any background on then and we got nowhere to go get it.

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WHO Brings in First Aid to North Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

WHO Brings in First Aid to North Afghanistan

"A plane provided by the government of Pakistan has brought medicine and health supplies from the World Health Organization to Afghanistan W. H. O. says the shipment of medical supplies is the first to land in the country since it came under the control of the Taliban two weeks ago the plane which departed from Dubai landed at my side Asia reef the city in the north that fell to the Taliban early this month WHO's says the supplies include trauma kits and emergency health kits enough to cover the basic needs of more than two hundred thousand people as well as treat the V. six thousand trauma patients I'm Charles the last month

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Is Biden Really Going To Dishonorably Discharge 200000 Unvaccinated Military Personnel?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Is Biden Really Going To Dishonorably Discharge 200000 Unvaccinated Military Personnel?

"Are you trying to tell me with one point. Three million active duty personnel. The biden regime is willing to dishonorably discharged. Two hundred thousand active military personnel. Is that what they're willing to do. That's their position. That john kirby and the head of the department defense is willing discharge. Two hundred thousand people that have signed up to serve their country and they don't wanna take a vaccine that is showing that it does not even work like they say it's working forty two percent efficacy from pfizer. Meanwhile we have reports people dropping dead after getting the vaccine. They can't walk after they get the vaccine thousands and thousands of emails of people that have experienced

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How the Post Office Grew America

Tracing The Path

02:10 min | Last month

How the Post Office Grew America

"Story starts with the crown post post office of the british crown. The thirteen colonies were quite isolated and independent of each other. Few people had relatives or friends at the other colonies thus neither male nor good roads connecting them were important. Thirteen drivers freedom in how this letter was too many places to send it now. It's a different story in the beginning. The only real mail that was sent or received was to the uk but without a post office sending things and receiving them was problematic. The first colony to request to remedy for this problem was massachusetts bay on november fifth. Sixteen thirty nine. The general court of that colony directed that richard fairbanks has tavern would be where letters were delivered and picked up giving richard one cent for each letter. Managed in the new netherland. Coney the dutch west indies company. Who ran the colony made a similar determination. They constructed a box at the port for letters to be picked up and mailed but there was no general consensus or common interest among the colonies to take it any further and the only times. The problem came to a head as when the colonies faced a common emmy but had no roads or male to aid in their communication. It wasn't until the reign of william the third new england in sixteen ninety that any sort of postal system was established williams. Third had assessed. His call is which had now grown to two hundred thousand people and decided he wanted to have postal communication between massachusetts pennsylvania and new york. He had some roads built but didn't send money to do much more than that. But in seventeen fifty three all would change. Benjamin franklin became the postmaster for the crown post and philadelphia.

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French Police Clash With Anti-Virus Pass Protesters in Paris

AP News Radio

01:01 min | Last month

French Police Clash With Anti-Virus Pass Protesters in Paris

"There are more protests in France this weekend over a new requirement that a special coronavirus past be shown to enter restaurants and other public places liberty was the slogan of the day at past protests across France March is two estimates of more than two hundred thousand people around the country more than fourteen thousand in Paris tensions flared in front of the Moulin Rouge nightclub lines of police face down protesters using their fists on several occasions some in the crowd hurled objects police fired tear gas and water cannons say three officers were injured what we see one protester was seen bleeding from the head with over nineteen infection spiking in France and hospitalizations rising lawmakers have passed a bill requiring a special pass in most places as of August ninth the path requires a vaccination or quick negative test or proof of a recent recovery from covert nineteen polls show a majority of French support the pass I'm Ben Thomas

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Beer Is Latest Vaccine Incentive for Biden 'Month of Action'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Beer Is Latest Vaccine Incentive for Biden 'Month of Action'

"The White House is backing more incentives for Americans to get coded nineteen vaccines considerate a shot and a beer and highs are bush says it will buy Americans twenty one and over around a beer once president Biden's goal of getting seventy percent of people partially vaccinated is met the company says a website giveaway will provide five dollar credits to the first two hundred thousand people to respond when the goals reached so far about sixty three percent of Americans have received at least one vaccine does other businesses and stayed seven offering everything from sports tickets to straight up cash as vaccination incentives Sager made Donnie Washington

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Snap Is Dead Serious About This AR Stuff

Techmeme Ride Home

01:52 min | 4 months ago

Snap Is Dead Serious About This AR Stuff

"Snap held its annual snap partner summit yesterday and the big news was the unveiling of snaps. I a are glasses. With four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a touch pad quoting the verge on thursday snap. Ceo evan spiegel unveiled the company's first true augmented reality glasses technology that he n rivals like facebook. Think will one day be as ubiquitous as mobile phones. A demo showed virtual butterflies fluttering over colorful plants and landing in spiegel's extended hand the news articles have dual wave guide displays capable of superimposing air affects made with snapchat software tools. The frame features. Four built in microphones to stereo speakers and a built in touch pad. Front facing cameras helped the glasses detect objects and surfaces. You're looking at so that graphics more naturally interact with the world around you. These spectacles have aren't ready for the mass market. Unlike past models snap isn't selling them instead it's giving them directly to an undisclosed number of effects creators through an application program online another indication. They aren't ready for everyday use yet. The battery reportedly only lasts about thirty minutes. The idea is to encourage a small portion of the two hundred thousand people who already make a are effects in snapchat to experiment with creating experiences for the new spectacles. according to spiegel like the bright yellow vending machines snap used to sell the first versions of spectacle. Several years ago the approach could end up being a clever way to build buzz for the glasses ahead of their wide release. Spiegel has said that. Ar glasses will take roughly a decade to reach mainstream adoption and quote. And then if that wasn't enough to convince you they're serious. Work came this morning that snap has agreed to acquire wave optics. The supplier of the ar displays used in these new spectacles

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Solve Your Biotherapeutic Challenges With Help From Gene Therapy University

GEN Sounds of Science Podcast

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Solve Your Biotherapeutic Challenges With Help From Gene Therapy University

"Thanks for joining us for this. Gen cast today was pretty exciting episode. We have talking about some seller gene therapy and let's get to it but first let's meet our guests for today's podcast. Gentlemen if you could introduce yourself to the jets hi geoff. My name is not christian. I am an associate director Bioprocessing segment had mila poor sigma. My group primarily provides technical bioprocess consultation and the americas region for manufacturing companies in their process development technology transfer in manufacturing journey towards commercialisation of gene therapies. My name is dave bionic and the sound therapy market segment manager at sigma some focused on our strategy development within our bioprocessing business jenan. Thanks for joining us today. Really appreciate it Let's get to the first question and talk about some selling gene therapy things that are going on so Details a little bit more about the gene therapy industry itself in some of the common trends and challenges which other companies are dealing with. Hey jeff i get really excited. Talking about ten apiece after having contributed to the field is a process development scientists and recently before getting into gene. Therapy let's zoom out and talk about red diseases. By definition that diseases affect a very small number of less than about two hundred thousand people here in the united states that is another category called ultra rare diseases which affect fewer people than twenty people in a million. So we're talking about very small numbers here and entering bespoke era or degenerate medicines but collectively speaking. They happen to be pretty common.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

POLITICO Dispatch

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

"Make something happen. So great question If democrats are all supportive in they control the white house in both chambers of congress you would think this was the time so it is a great question. Basically after every mass shooting there seems to be some momentum to get something done and nothing really gets done so you know if they want to try to do something. They need to harness this this momentum that they have right now the the problem really is in the senate where the threshold is so high. And that's why there are people talking about you. Either bypassing the filibuster in someway reforming someway. You saw president biden. Just starting to talk about. Maybe things should be changed. And that's really a shift for him. So what that would mean is that they could pass bills by simple majority. They could pass bills you. They wouldn't need sixty votes. It's something they just did with covid legislation as they as they bypass this and and they only need fifty one votes and obviously with the vice president being a democrat. They can pass things so there are many people that support. Firearms changes restrictions. That say they need to reform this and go with a simple majority nita. Kumar vic so much for talking with me. Thanks for having me also today. The biden administration is giving americans three extra months to sign up for obamacare through a special enrollment period during his first weeks in office. President biden opened a new enrollment period lasting until may fifteenth citing increased demand during the pandemic. They're now extending bat saying it'll give people more time to shop for boosted health insurance subsidies that congress included in the recent kovic stimulus package according to federal data. More than two hundred thousand people signed up during the first two weeks of the enrollment season. That's about triple the rate of the same period during the previous year when only people with special qualifying events could get coverage outside of the usual enrollment window and the government accountability office is launching an investigation to review whether president biden broke the law by freezing money for former president. Trump's long touted border wall in violation of budget rules designed to keep congress in control of the cash flow on his first day in office biden. Hit pause on billions of dollars set to be spent on the barrier while his administration figured out next steps for the money and unfavourable ruling from the gao would bolster republicans in branding biden as a rule breaker as they blame him for the surge of migrants in unaccompanied children at the southern border. Subscribe to politico dispatch. Wherever you get your podcasts and billiard there rather shows like politico energy pulse check and the playbook audio briefing. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening. Structural barriers in the us have created profound racial inequalities made worse by the impact of covid nineteen j. p. morgan chase is working to advance racial equity by harnessing its expertise in business policy and philanthropy and by committing an additional thirty billion dollars over the next five years to provide economic opportunity to underserved communities especially the black and latinx ex communities. Learn more at j. p. morgan chase dot com slash path forward..

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Solid sign-ups for Biden's new 'Obamacare' coverage offer

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 7 months ago

Solid sign-ups for Biden's new 'Obamacare' coverage offer

"There's news about health care in this pandemic era more than two hundred thousand people signed up for coverage in the first two weeks after president Biden reopen healthcare dot gov as part of his coronavirus response it's a solid start to the three months special enrollment period and it indicates a pent up demand for health insurance as the coded nineteen pandemic approaches the one year mark many people remain unemployed or unable to work as many hours as they did before the outbreak health care dot gov offers subsidized private health insurance under the Obama era affordable Care Act catering mainly to low and moderate income working people I read a fall lay

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:52 min | 7 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Here & Now

"Senate all right. That's npr congressional editor. Deidra walsh thank you so much. Thanks for having me. We'll millions of americans are shivering and snow ice and freezing cold temperatures as dangerous. Winter storm moves across the country in texas. The storm warnings in effect. For much of the state. Some areas could see ten inches of snow and more than two million people. There didn't have power as of this morning. Dominic walsh is with texas public radio. He's in san antonio and dominik. This is very rare for texas. What sort of havoc is it causing where you are a thanks. Peter san antonio. Where i'm at definitely has never seen anything like this. At least in a few decades anywhere from two inches to half a foot of snow. Most highways are closed certain segments a lot of roads are closed officials are urging people to stay home. It's not safe to drive. And just in san antonio right now. More than two hundred thousand people are without power rolling blackouts began about twelve hours ago will in its bad across the state. I was just looking at the weather report this morning. One degree and emma. They're in the panhandle. Seventeen degrees in el paso nineteen in houston And as you say millions of people without power across the state this morning what are you hearing from them. How are people coping when the temperatures are that low. There's lots of layers of clothing and crossed fingers that these blackouts don't last too long but the thing about these blackouts. They tend to last ten to forty minutes so officials gene. Just hang tight. Power will be back on soon if you've peres off for more than a few hours probably an outage in your area down line. They're asking that you call in and report that if that's the case oh i see so. That's good to hear that people are getting their power back at least on a rolling basis. That doesn't make sense. So what help is the state getting to dig.

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South Africa Halts Planned Rollout of AstraZeneca Vaccine

WSJ What's News

01:34 min | 8 months ago

South Africa Halts Planned Rollout of AstraZeneca Vaccine

"Astrazeneca's plans to roll out. Its cove nineteen vaccine in south. Africa have been put on a temporary hold. The country made the decision after a small. Clinical trial found a dozen to protect people against mild and moderate illness from a new fast spreading strain first detected in the country. The journals gabrielle. Steinhaeuser has more from johannesburg. What they're going to do is they're gonna kind of smaller rollout two hundred thousand people and then follow them and get the evidence that we're missing right now which is finding out this the vaccine limit or prevent severe illness and they're going to measure it by looking at how many people at the hospital off one hundred thousand a spokesman for astrazeneca said the company believes its vaccine could protect against severe disease. It says it's working to target new variants and hopes to have a new vaccine ready by the fall. Vaccines by johnson. And johnson and nova vacs have yet to be authorized but we're also less effective against the new strain in recent trials in the us a new cove in nineteen variant first detected in the uk is spreading rapidly with the number of new cases doubling every week and a half according to a new study it also found that the variant may become the dominant strain in many us states by march new coronavirus cases in the us fell below one hundred thousand for the first time this year according to johns hopkins data

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"March this is. Npr live from news. Eighty eight seven in houston. I'm gabe lauder. The houston health department says is continuing its efforts to vaccinate houston's over the age of sixty five out of a total shipment of nine thousand doses fifty. Three hundred will go to this group. The city says it will contact people from waitlist kept by the area agent area agency on aging which last week said it had seventy thousand names director. Steven williams says it will likely take several weeks to vaccinate everyone on that list but even if we use nine thousand for just a seventy thousand it would take several weeks in order to get through that meemaw. More than two hundred thousand people have registered so far for harris county is back seen wait list. The list went live. Last tuesday and uses a randomize process to p people to get the vaccine every week officials say nearly five thousand people on that list of now gotten vaccinated a new galveston. Art project will highlight an important date for the history of black texans lucille. Vasquez looks at the national effort. To commemorate juneteenth a five thousand square foot. Permanent art installation will celebrate june nineteenth eighteen sixty five the day when slaves in galveston learned that. They were emancipated more than two years earlier. It's called absolute equality and artist. Reginald adams will be creating the installation alongside other houston artists. He says the mural will depict visual narrative of the events that led to juneteenth. We stopped a mural libya really great asset to the island of galveston to not only tell the more accurate depiction of this historical but also green light to the fact that it happened. Right there in galveston. The art installation will include augmented.

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Central African Republic: Surge in violence and displacement

UN News

01:21 min | 8 months ago

Central African Republic: Surge in violence and displacement

"And insecurity in the central african republic or see a are linked to recent nationwide elections have forced more than two hundred thousand people from their homes under two months. Unhcr the un refugee agency also warned that tens of thousands of face dire living conditions. The democratic republic of the congo has taken in tens of thousands of refugees while more than thirteen thousand have reached. Cameroon chad and the republic of congo said unhcr spokesperson. Boris chesnokov we say these reports and estimates coming from local authorities that already ninety two thousand refugees are present inside. drc and they're scattered across forty localities. These are hard to reach remote areas and it's difficult to get assistance already. Scaling up disappoint but we need to mobilize more resources and more funds and this is exactly what we're calling for. May strategies are struggling in basic shelters located close to rivers where they face acute food shortages. Mr chesty cough said he added that they are dependent on catching fish. And what locals can spare. Unfortunately the host communities in these remote areas have extremely limited resources. The unhcr official added one hundred thousand people remain internally displaced inside c. a. r. and unhcr said that the continuing unstable situation has hampered the humanitarian response with the main supply road also forced shot

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:43 min | 8 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Among the executive orders president biden signed. Yesterday was one to get the united states back into the world health organization as a part of which the us is going to join a global push to get corona virus vaccines to low income countries. That's a big turnaround for this country. Given how the pandemic has been handled here and until yesterday are not entirely cooperative. Global vaccine policies china meanwhile has been promoting it seen around the world most recently to brazil where more than two hundred thousand people have died in. Vaccinations started this week. As marketplace's scott tong reports. There is some opportunity but also some risk for beijing and all this. The chinese vaccine is going to brazil as health systems. There are collapsing roofs from the vast state of amazonas say some covert patients are dying of his fixation. They don't have oxygen in the hospitals. Dr adra no masuda in sao paulo is a former brazilian health official. Not only for covid but also for babies so the government needs to transport babies for other states he blames the cases largely and president jaya bolsonaro. Who and this may sound familiar has consistently undermined the advice of public. Health leaders and brazil has the school the hurt our economy. So we can montaigne this orientation from the yourself so. He changed the minister on sunday. Brazil authorized to chinese vaccine from drugmakers sinovac. In fact sinovac tested has product there. Since the virus was spreading quickly in brazil. It was easy to test if the vaccine could prevent it whereas in china there was not enough disease for drug trials says jennifer buoy a china researcher at the rand corporation think-tank since they don't have that many covid patients they have to work with other countries. So i think that helps with the Transparency and validation of their trials. It's a chance for sinovac to shine around. The world in boy says a successful covid vaccine campaign could catapult china's still developing pharmaceutical a suitable industry to global relevance pharmaceutical products from china are not very accepted by to go bull market but cova nineteen game. Changer there for china's industry and for china's geopolitical efforts to win friends at the center for strategic and international studies southeast asia fellow greg polling notes that beijing has just agreed to ship vaccines to its neighbour myanmar and at the same time. They announced that they're going to restart work on. What's called the chinatown young our economic or nobody comes out and says we're going to give you vaccines so you green light this construction by. It's awfully coincidental. he says. China employed the same strategy when it shared masks and other p p. e. to the world last year and they were rather heavy handed about the political strings. Attached right demanding photo ops with leaders and statements of gratitude. Chinese vaccine charm offensive is not a sure winner. Though in brazil international relations professor oliver stone cold at the university f g v says president bolsonaro tends to bash all things china. The president has tried to promote an anti-chinese sentiment suggesting that china's not transparent that you cannot trust the chinese vaccine. It didn't help that resilient. Science leaders seem to watch the announcement of the sinovac vaccine in early january they deem it seventy eight percent effective and then a week later fifty a lot of people. I have spoken to say that. They'd much rather prefer to take another vaccine. Ideally from united states from great britain from germany and they'd like to avoid having to take the chinese vaccine. Brazilian officials insist that the chinese vaccine is highly preventive severe. Kobe cases and the numbers seem to back that up but the whole drama is damaging. The china brand. Alexander feeling teaches global health at georgetown china. Resolves defacing bit of an uphill battle in many countries because all sections and realities about how the outbreak was handing the early days and not flowing on inter how these vaccines are saved. If things don't go well for the sinovac vaccine if it's rejected by people in brazil or found ineffective that doesn't just hurt china and it's companies feeling.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

04:07 min | 8 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"This morning proceed. Another jobless claims number frustratingly higher much higher than expected almost a million claims last month. Really putting pressure on president like biden to put through propose a much. A significant fiscal stimulus plan to break down. We welcome carl riccadonna chief economist for bloomberg economics. Carl let's start with jobless claims number. What's your takeaway. Well there's good news when there's bad news poll The bad news is nearly a million. People filed for unemployment insurance Last week But the good news is that a million people will be receiving unemployment checks to support their Income during this Difficult period For the economy and one of the critical You know issues for the economy is building a bridge loan Until we can reopen the economy and a lot of households whether we look at the Income trends or food stamp applications or other types of Signs of financial stress are really in a difficult period. Right now we do need to Paper over some of the pain. Patch up some of the pain With aid In terms of food stamps unemployment checks in rebate checks from the government Until we can get to a post lockdown economy in this data we see nearly more than two hundred thousand people more than economists were looking for claiming this week to january ninth which is an interesting little detail on itself each one of these people who detail of course they're all human beings and i'm curious as to why economists might have got it so wrong. Are there more people out there. Unemployed and underemployed that. We're just not seeing well. i think. A big factor here. There's been a little bit of a mystery since early. November when lockdown measures started to intensify. We really didn't see the fallout in the unemployment Filings data so we expected Way back by beat before thanksgiving even at the start to see the steady move. Higher jobless claims over the last really last eight weeks or so and it only happened to a very limited degree which seemed inconsistent with restaurants being shutdown indoor dining bands and all of the other restrictions that going into play so while. I hate to be vindicated In looking for that that we do see that showing up in today's data. So you know it this time of year. There's very big seasonal factors as people are laid off as cold weather sets in. They had outdoor employment for instance Or holiday related hiring..

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Vaccines are rolling out - so when will cases drop?

Coronacast

04:28 min | 8 months ago

Vaccines are rolling out - so when will cases drop?

"Now the vaccine rollouts have begun globally. How soon do we expect to see a corresponding drop in cases of covid and also in deaths. Well fun issued save at overnight yesterday. Israel at the moment is just newspaper reports but it comes from the israeli ministry of health and large health provider. One called cloudy another one called mcabe healthcare. And what they're doing in. Israel is that there are electrically recording. All the vaccines as we will do in australia but it's integrated into people's medical records. So they really do have very good integrated electronic medical records and in fact one of the reasons. They're getting so much vaccine from pfizer is that they've done a deal with they. Give the data back to pfizer. So they've got what's called post marketing surveillance in. They get dot back on the performance of the vaccine. So what they've shown on and what they're saying it hasn't been published yet. Is that after the first. Does i think it's roughly in about two hundred thousand people aged over sixty five. But in those people compares to members of the health funds who have not yet had the vaccine. They've seen a significant reduction. Perhaps a fifty percent reduction in covid nineteen infection not disease but infection so this people specifically yes because they're rolling it out in priorities so older people in federal people are giving it first before others get it as well and so. This is their first data. It's a bit like. I don't know if you remember meghan. But near the beginning of the pandemic britain used their coordinated electronic records centralized electronic medical records in hospitals to be able to huge randomized control trials on a vast scale during the first wave. They were able to show that hydroxychloroquine didn't work. The anti retrovirals for hiv didn't work but that dixon methods to steroid did work and the turned around incredibly quickly during that first wave and is this huge advantage when you have a population willing to accept electronic medical records and that's what the israelis are doing. So they've got records of people who have not yet had the vaccine versus people have so if you like it's a real world not quite randomized but it's a real world trial and again not published in any scientific journal. Yet the early indications are that pfizer vaccine after the first does is showing reduced transmission to a significant extent which is really great. Yeah because the focus when we're talking about vaccines is so about a moving herd immunity which is obviously something that lots of people very keen for for all sorts of reasons but this is a really fast positive outcome where you literally saving people's lives. Yeah it's early could be wrong. Still got to run the ruler over it scientifically but it is a good early sign and presumably reflects the daughter. they're handing back to pfizer. So israel is getting the fires a shot and we've also had reports over the last few days that a man in the us who got the a shot has died shortly afterwards. And i think some question marks around whether or not it was anything to do with the shot or chance. What do we know about that. All we know about his newspaper reports from the new york times of luton to it. So it's really impossible to be absolutely sure what's going on if the newspaper and it's an issue. If the newspaper report is accurate then this is a doctor who got it. And three days after the vaccine started to develop little red spots on his skin cope tiki and these are assigned that. Your blood isn't clotting very well. He recognized that presented and his platelets had dropped precipitously and they find it very hard to raise his platelet levels. They thought this was an immune reaction which was reducing. His platelets platelets the little fragments. Which are essential for blood clotting and it does occur to drugs and it has occurred with covid nineteen by the way so covid nineteen disease itself can cause a precipitous. Drop to your platelets and serious hemorrhage and they were about to again. According to the newspaper report remove his spleen. Which is where they presume that the platelets were being broken down but he died of a cerebral hemorrhage beforehand. So the question here is causing effect. Is it the vaccine or is it a

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Fauci:"We are not where we want to be, but I think we can get there."

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Fauci:"We are not where we want to be, but I think we can get there."

"But because of the deaths and cases rising Dr Anthony Fauci acknowledges the country's coronavirus vaccine program is not where we want it to be but he thinks we can get there the government is the goal of getting doses to states by the end of the year and states are using just a percentage of what they received vaccinating only about two hundred thousand people a day we are not where we want to be there live no doubt about that but I think we can get there president trump blames states Dr Fauci disagrees you have to have a real interaction a real partnership between the federal government in the states it's as president elect Biden's goal of vaccinating one hundred million people in the first Hundred Days is realistic we can do one million people per day out she spoke on ABC's this week I'm Julie Walker

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Divide and Conquer Could Be Good COVID-19 Strategy

60-Second Science

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Divide and Conquer Could Be Good COVID-19 Strategy

"Health experts shake their heads at the chaotic political divisions and inconsistent policies that have undermined attempts to control the spread of covid. Nineteen through much of the world but a new study by mathematicians in germany and the uk has applied the tools of chaos theory to show that divisions of a constructive kind could actually bring the pandemic under control much more effectively. The research was done at the university of oxford girding in university. And the max planck institute for dynamics and self organization. The group built a mathematical model of corona virus transmission that accounts for the inherently random ways that the number of infections fluctuates over time they noticed the case counts within small populations. Sometimes drop all the way to zero. As long as people are wearing masks social distancing and taking the other standard precautions though spontaneous extinctions of the disease made them wonder if the small towns or counties did more to isolate themselves from neighboring communities would that sometimes extinguished covid nineteen enough that they could lift restrictions and resume more of normal life for longer periods until the disease popped up again a rigorous mathematical analysis showed that indeed. This kind of divide and conquer strategy can work at least in theory. They published that result in the journal. Chaos then in a follow on study published in a reprint which has yet to be peer reviewed. The group ran simulations using county level data from germany england. Italy new york state and florida for each place. They compared to scenarios in the first leaders impose statewide or nationwide restrictions like those that western european countries have just put back into effect in the second scenario restrictions on movement kick in whenever infection rates rise above a threshold but the restrictions are applied county by county or even neighborhood by neighborhood within large cities. So that the population is effectively. Subdivided into groups no bigger than two hundred thousand people for example under this alternative strategy a big outbreak could force the upper west side of manhattan to restrict non essential movements for several weeks but in other neighborhoods on the island. Schools offices and restaurants could remain open so long as case count stayed low the researchers found that even when they allowed for modest intermingling among communities this approach of local control could cut by about eight percent the number of days that most people would have to spend living under tough restrictions. Their models predict that these benefits of local control might take a few months to become obvious but they also suggest that a subdivision strategy could save many many lives over the long

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:22 min | 11 months ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Seven fifty seven on a great morning. It's a great day here in northern colorado. John clark here with you sitting in for gale. Well i was working from this article in the american spectator About how the biden calls for unity after blaming trump for killing over two hundred thousand americans and then his spectator story. They go on to talk about. How trump has been vilified by the press. The good things he's done have not been reported The only thing they report bad stuff and so it. That's that's been very unfair in my mind to there's a A quote in the story in as you know the spectator is a pro conservative operation. The hill reported the spectacle this way democratic nominee joe biden blame president trump for the night for the covid nineteen death toll. Tuesday night arguing that more than two hundred thousand people in the us or because the president failed to take the virus seriously. Okay let let's turn the turn the tables on them President trump wants to investigate. What's going on in the election right. And then they said well. There's no proof. Well where's their proof of that statement. The president kill two thousand people. Here's here's the fact. Donald trump did have plans He he he brought a virus Well well a cure for the virus. At least in a way you can be inoculated in protected from it. He brought that in what he calls warp speed in. Yeah it's here almost ready to start plugging into people shots. It's here. it's a vaccine that he brought around in time. That was a record. Time usually takes years to get a vaccine approved and he started this up ten months ago and we have it. It's outstanding no credit for that whatsoever so so this whole thing about what's going on with president trump and his lack. It's just. It's just not fair to him at all and i'm so glad. The american spectator did that. But not enough. People probably read it anyway. I need to let you know that this is thirteen ten. Kfi greeley for collins in loveland. It's eight o'clock..

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Wildfires Jeopardize Access To Drinking Water

Environment: NPR

03:53 min | 1 year ago

Wildfires Jeopardize Access To Drinking Water

"In many Western states, drinking water supply start high up in the mountains as reverse. This summer's record-breaking wildfires have reduced some headwaters, forest burn trees and heaps of Ash as Luke Runyan from member. Station K. U.. NC reports that often creates expensive headaches for water treatment plants long after the smoke clears. Few places in the West know how wildfires affect water supplies like Fort Collins Colorado the state's largest wildfire ever recorded is burning just outside the city now but their problems really started eight years ago before then it's main water source the poodle river was nearly pristine. We had been privileged and in some ways probably took for granted that these watersheds were providing. A consistently clean clear water all the time. That's Fort Collins Water Quality Manager. Jill or pays we're along the river just outside the city downstream from where in twenty twelve, the high park fire burned more than eighty, seven, thousand acres for the first year after the fire every time it rained the river turned black from mudslides we ended up with a lot. Of Sediment in our pipelines that was difficult to remove to keep those muddy flows from causing problems, the city installed an early warning system, a series of monitoring stations along the river. If there's too much sediment or a pays says utility workers can turn off the treatment plants intake and switch to water from a large reservoir it became really important for us. To have a heads up for win those changes in water quality were occurring the effects of the burn scar on water quality only lasted a few years but this early warning system is far from obsolete because this year is cameron peak fire has burned another broad sweep of the river's watershed, which means for Collins, again joins the list of western cities learning. To live with wildfires that burn bigger and hotter than they've ever seen before this is a new reality and we're learning as we go. Joe. Harwood is with the water and electrical utility for two hundred, thousand people in and around Eugene Oregon this summer the holiday farm fire burned along the banks of their sole water source, the McKenzie River soon after their. Customers noticed the water coming out of their faucets had a smokey taste people quite frankly to use a scientific term freaked out because it's not something he'd dealt with me for Harwood's says, they eventually figured out the chemistry at their treatment plan to remove the taste and when this winter's rainstorms arrive, utility workers will be monitoring for other harmful things that can. Be transported in wildfire runoff like nitrates, heavy metals, and dissolved. Organic carbon were trying to learn the lessons of others, Colorado, and California to create our own best management practices. The utility is spending one million dollars this year on post fire erosion control with more spending plan. Next year hardwood says back on the banks of Colorado's Putina River the city of Fort. Collins. Jill. Or A peyser says the city had to raise water rates to deal with effects of the fire eight years ago that could happen again. But she says decisions the city made after that last big fire like building new infrastructure to remove sediment and beefing up policies around residential water restrictions will help them respond this time around we live in fire prone. watershed and. Are Part of our responsibility to adapt to those that reality a reality that because of climate change increasingly includes drier forests, hotter summers and extended fire seasons across the West for NPR news I'm Luke Runyan in Fort Collins Colorado.

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Trump and Biden spar from afar in dueling town halls

Squawk Pod

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Trump and Biden spar from afar in dueling town halls

"Let's talk about what happened last night president trump and former vice president biden making their case to the American people are on Dueling town halls. I was sitting there with my remote going back and forth back and forth both events focusing on the trump administration's handling of the global. Pandemic. Do, you support herd immunity as a strategy essentially just lucky. The Cure. CanNot be worse than the problem itself we did the right thing we were expected to lose two, million, two, hundred, thousand people, and maybe more than that. We're at two hundred, ten, thousand people. One person is too much should never happened because of China it happened because of China and you have to get that and understand that there's a presidential responsibility to lead and he didn't do that. He didn't talk about what needed to be done because he kept worrying in my view about the stock market. He worried if he talked about how bad this could be unless we took these precautions precautionary actions then in fact. The market down and his barometer success economies the market. Joining us up right now is political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz who watched the duly town halls with a focus group of sixteen undecided voters. Frank. What was the upshot? The upshot I've been trying to figure this out for the last couple of months? Why are these people still undecided after all this time after seeing all these different events and watching all the ads and I can answer for you right now They are nervous about trump's persona and are nervous about Joe Biden's policies, and that's what's holding them back. It's not that they can't see difference between the two candidates they see a tremendous difference. But the difference is an aspects of things, they don't like about each candidate and they're trying to decide which is more important to them. The fact that they really don't like Donald Trump as a person. Or the fact that they are really scared about what you're biding might do if he became president. Based on that assessment though as you talk to them and hear their their thoughts. Do you walk away from Matt Feeling like they're moving in one direction or another based on these events or anything else? Frankly know that they cannot decide and that they will not decide and that they're going to wait until Election Day, our history tells us that in the end if they haven't decided to support the incumbent that they end up to one supporting the Challenger. For Donald Trump the only way he can win at this point and frankly he should have done this debate it was to mistake van cancel it the only way now with this state dividing the way that they are with. So few people undecided is that he would have to win every single undecided voter and then win over four five percent who were leading to Joe Biden right now, that is a very tall order when you only have one more debate to come. To show you a couple of clips get your feedback on them. Last night president trump spoke about the economy during his townhall where Savannah Guthrie interviewed him take a look at this. We are going to have a phenomenal third quarter which will be announced on November. I just prior to the big November third day we're thinking this year red wave, but we're going to have a tremendous announcement I believe I mean we're gonNA find out but GDP is going through the roof. If we don't have somebody that raises taxes and quadruples taxes, which they want do and kills everything our economy's going to be phenomenal next year. was that an effective argument for your independence? No no, it was not. It's going to be phenomenal. It's going to be tremendous I. Guess you can applaud him for coming up with words that have three and four syllables but that's not what these undecideds are looking for. They do support they remember the economy before covert and give trump a lot of credit for that but they want to know the details how can he do it again? This current circumstance and they don't want these generalities they want to know exactly what he's going to do. They're never going to endorse him in his persona. They'll like how he attacks don't like the dish business that comes from him but did you appreciate his job and they appreciate his success they wanna see that he's going to be able to do that one more time. So franken next week, these two candidates are going to have their final debate together. Terms of approach if you were advising both candidates, you would be telling them what I be telling Joe Biden to repeat again and again. there. He goes again, you just the same line that Ronald Reagan used to remind people of what they're tired of and to remind people that there is simply frustrated and anxious and the quite frankly exhausted from this campaign. And for Donald, trump and I'm sure that he will not do this I would say look I would I would apologize to Joe Biden for that first debate I'm being very serious now I would apologize to him for that first debate and acknowledge that not everything has gone as planned but remind people that we did it before we did it again he's got the proof he's got the evidence did he knows what to do that it worked once and that it can work again I want to say one more clip. But before we do that, what do you make of all of the votes that are coming in by mail? As you're looking at the different tallies around the country, are you convinced that those are in? The prevailing wisdom is that people voting early voting for Biden do you believe that's the case I do and I'm doing a significant amount of polling on it right now, and by the way Andrew I hope that you can show the focus group because the one thing that's been very frustrating to me as upholster is that we're hearing from people like me and we're not hearing from the voters themselves and I think that that is constructive thing that could possible viewers frank let let's do. Let's do that right now because you you ask your Focus Group of sixteen hundred voters about the economy and we have a clip of that and I want to show it. With. Let's roll it. Trump had an opportunity to speak to undecided voters. He specifically mentioned the economy and what he says over and over again is it's GonNa be Great. It's going to be better than ever it's going to be. We're going to get right back to where we are and Thurs euro substance tobacco

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What we know about coronavirus reinfection from other diseases

PRI's The World

07:57 min | 1 year ago

What we know about coronavirus reinfection from other diseases

"Hello I'm Alana Gordon I'm a reporter and producer at the world covering global health here at the world, we've been holding a regular series of Corona virus conversations presented jointly with the Forum at Harvard Chan School of Public Health, taking your questions to the experts. This discussion series is featured on our facebook page, but we wanted to share what we think are really valuable conversations with you right here in the world's podcast feed. This Week I spoke with William Hannich Associate Professor of epidemiology at Harvard. Teach Dance School of Public Health about the pandemic and the latest updates as we approach the holiday season. To start in the United States more than two hundred, thousand people have died of Covid nineteen. The number of new cases is growing by some fifty thousand each day it's a figure that's been rising for four weeks running and is up by more than a third since just a month ago, it's hard to believe. The fear is that this is just a preview of what the late fall and winter might hold cold weather sends people indoors. We could see much more dramatic rises in Cova cases with winter holidays coming, and that's also creating really difficult heart wrenching dilemmas for many families. Do you travel even places in communities where there are lots of infections or to and from So. To Begin William, where do you see us now in this progression of the pandemic? Where do you see it headed? When you write the that are increases happening at the moment. In fact, I think that seventeen states reported record highs in cases just last night However, it's not by on the states which occurred be saying the most activity mostly in the Midwest and these sparsely populated states the. However, the numbers that do add up. said the moment this is what we're seeing. We're seeing continued DHAMMIKA activity on low levels on which of experienced reasonable amount of it already, and then more intense activity especially in some of these small towns in the heartland and that's what we are. That's what's happening right now. It's a bit early I think to be saying that we are saying the stock what's going to happen before but we do anticipate that the more in the shifting indoors to places my transmissions more likely to the end and I think the we all seem impact, find some European conference. So not provides a little bit of a window into the future. So when you see these high numbers in cases being reported now more so than the past, are you saying that most of that were really seeing in some of these what mid Western states right now? Yes. At the moment it is it's also worth noting testing has got a lot better. So when we're watching these sort of epidemic lives increasing with action, we're seeing them way more detail we did not spring so. Ratio of can sort of cases to the actual amount of continued on the. It is now much more clearly defined cutting much more clear in science. What happens with mild ignition switches? And so are you seeing any sort of signs of as people move indoors or as holidays come up of what sorts of risks that poses and? How we might see this. PLOP. So I think the one thing that is really helpful to think of his. We. Can think about preventing pandemic transmission in particular preventing clusters of transmission because remember, this is the virus which tends to transmit and clusters intends to fact number of people up on time. Japan viane came up with this notion of the three C.'s which three CS which can be avoided if not consummation and those three C.'s aw. Close spaces. Close contacts and crowding. and. It's very easy to see how those three could easily be going to could easily come together when it comes to the holidays. So hold events late Indo spices are at risk for transmission. We also know that an furtherest transmission is easing. Now we have a report from a few weeks ago from CDC and declaring fatty clearly that people who'd be needing indoors in a restaurant in the last few weeks where you know that was associated testing positive. So putting all this together I'm afraid that you can see them the holidays to the you know they have the potential to be real serious problems at the salute transmission. And so I think the same time there's also people are experiencing fatigue with this going on for such a long period holidays may be seemed like time were just coming up. To be able to beat with up to ones and at the same time just in general when it comes to the ways that public health has really been stressing. From people like you about this kind of sees or about the mask wearing and things like that, how do you manage the fatigue of this continuing? And it seems like. Is there a shifts to? kind of people being more willing to just live with the risks and live this virus and what that means got I think that you can think you're right and I wanNA start but pointing out that, yeah, I, understand that nicotine. I feel myself I. was like good bunch not touching my face and by increasing touching my face. The thing is that I think what we needed. Was for people to be straight up about this since the pandemic it's of of coined, which is not really been seen in about one hundred years as the response to it will need to be coordinated and staying now. That doesn't mean that it has to be intense guy it's. One of the things which makes me and my colleagues tied is when you when we will saying Oh, we're talking about lockdown to accede. That's true. That's just simply not true. You need very strong interventions if you lose control of. That says attraction. So. What you actually want to do is to maintain a bunch of interventions of kind which described the thinking about the three CS thinking about mass killings thinking about reducing risk in a way that you can't sustain. Its doesn't mean you have to stay a home continuously what it means is you can come up with ways in which you are able to avoid losing control because losing. Control of the pandemic lasting anybody wants to happen because it's that, but then leads to a threat to healthcare and the soldier surges. We saw in the northeast in the spring and you know over the summer and the sun belt. So that's what the personal needs to me. The first goal needs to be avoiding surges and I think you can't invent provided you all prepackaged Putin modern inventions. Angel Athletic. But we have to remember. This is the start of a window which is likely to be really very difficult i. think we got through. I contributed to that it's not going to be fun. So, then how do you weigh those risks and think about that with the holidays approaching? That's very really really good question I. think that people are obvious laden decisions themselves. I think that it's helpful to remain the few things about the virus. Are you often hear that? Is You know either you know you hear that it's incredibly dangerous everybody were that it's not angel anybody neither a true. It is. Overwhelmingly clear that among youngest, the very youngest people beyond the twenty, they are much much less likely severe disease I mean. That's not zero I mean we know that there are now Austin Grimm's which if you rack and if you in fact enough peak on that ice cream, you will see them but then much less likely to something consequences disease. But

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Kenneth Cole Says, Fashion Is What I Do, It's Not Who I Am

The Business of Fashion Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Kenneth Cole Says, Fashion Is What I Do, It's Not Who I Am

"To thrilled to have Kenneth Cole, who's joining us to have an important conversation about a topic That Kenneth has a really passionate perspective on We managed to speak a few weeks ago and I'm I'm delighted to have you here today and Kenneth, I wanted to ask start asking the question. Are you really doing today? So I guess we're going to speak about that but I'm okay and but what made reference to is probably the single most asked the question every day of the every day of the week, every everywhere in the world and the one most rarely answered. but in this time of Cova did. Doing more reflecting and looking inside out and and try to. Come to terms with all that. So I guess we're going to speak about. Today. Exactly. I wanted to start with. This idea. In the title of today's talk which is. You know mental health as the other pandemic. I mean we've all been really focused of course on this deadly virus that's still spreading all around the world. But perhaps less discussed an equally important topic is a mental health. Pandemic and you know one could argue that actually. This is something that predates Kovic but the current situation has really kind of amplified the importance of this discussion. So why don't we start there talk to us a little bit about your perspectives on why we should be treating this as the other pandemic as it were. So I, I don't know people know might might might resume my experience but I worked I lived in the world of HIV for thirty years and I campaign about HIV AIDS in nineteen, eighty five, and known as talking about it was everybody's minds some few people's lips because of the stigma devastation of Sigmund. If you presumed to be part of this at risk community, you were stigmatized in every regard in in your life and I did that adjoined the board of Amfar I was the chairman of for fourteen. Years. I. Stepped Away from that about a year and a half ago and it became apparent to me that there was this other public health crisis that was so much bigger in. So many ways that I it was oblivious to in in. in the ordinary course in wanted to people today still HIV but it became clear that one in four live with mental condition. And that I argue is not one in four it's four because if it is someone, you love somebody in your family in the community here in the workplace but we're all living with mental health conditions and and we're all struggling with it. Different Ways in how do you? How do you deal with The the Amenity of it and also the practical aspects of it so So that was. That was pre covert and that was the the So I set out down this road and I said I was asked by some friends at me if I would consider working on the stigmatize stigmatization initiative for health and. and it seemed like a lot of people were focusing on this. I knew little about it. I had hardly the credentials not a clinician. I'm not a psychiatrist not mental for some that public health person. But I am a branding person I'm a perceptive perspective person I mean that's a perception person. That's what we do in fashions we do in our business and that's what I did with HIV for years. And and I figured I'll do it but only if I could really build a coalition because. You can't you need to. This needs to be cultural shift is can't just be put out there kind of a new narrative, a new vocabulary new way to talk about mental health that wasn't debilitating. But in fact, empowering I five psychiatrist for definition of depression, I get five different answers and none of them were empowering. So nobody's going to own it. No one's going to. Discuss the circumstances that way. But meanwhile, it's so pervasive and it is so debilitating and. A million people you know two hundred. Thousand people died in the US from from Covid as of now about and and it's getting larger a million people are going to die from suicide this year and this is not something that we even realized how. How how pervasive is concerns are, and and the reality is is a two-thirds people with mental. The health conditions live at exists. So in the shadows and they're not comfortable dressing in, they don't know how to address. It certainly gives me build this coalition. Everybody end we systematically Nami says were in, and then we went to the We went to the suicide prevention line in. crisis text line and Mental Health America and and child mind and jet founded. She went to the twenty five largest mental health. Organizations the country they all said world will support. It will bring resources to it will empower to degree we're able and and and you're able.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Fraud. We see reports of killings arrests. Even disappearances opposition members in the last few weeks in the run-up the election so the government denies claims of problems. So happy to see how did action will be redone today because everybody go to votes without problem. The current president is expected to step down after fifteen years in Pau but he will retain some influence in a new position he created. It's called the Supreme Guide off patriotism and the new president must consult him on issues of national security and unity back up next week. Coats and Libya Libya's military seized a strategic Arab base near Tripoli earlier this month the move is a blow to the Libyan national army the rival group trying to claim the capital for more than a year. Libya has been in chaos since an uprising in twenty eleven foreign military influence has exacerbated the conflict. Turkey backs the unity government. While Russia supplies the opposition in January world leaders committed to stop meddling in the conflict but both sides have continued to receive arms and fighters a Russian private military contractor sent about twelve hundred messengers to Libya earlier. This year the battle for Tripoli has left hundreds dead and displaced more than two hundred thousand people budget.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on KOMO

"A real struggle still from highway five twelve three GB Ellen to main gate your next come much traffic at five fourteen and now you're como eco roof for castle lots talk about let's get right to meteorologist Shannon o'donnell for spending the final day of January the same way we spent most of it matters the following day and soggy out their loads of precipitation another atmospheric river steering over the top of the S. yanking up on the rivers down below here at the surface including the told Mr Komische because missing so much rain in the high country over the Olympics in the cascades the snow levels way up to over seven thousand feet past a butcher's well into the forties with rain coming down rather than snow that puts a lot of pressure on our area rivers it's also a gusty out there winds gusting especially north of Everitt near the ocean beaches forty to sixty miles per hour today in the couple weather center I'm meteorologist Shannon o'donnell fifty eight believe it or not in downtown Seattle and you're in the middle of twenty minutes of nonstop news on como at five oh five for a fifty sixth time Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing the trump administration come most bill o'neil with the story this latest lawsuit is over a new rule set to take effect June twenty seventh requiring health insurance companies and customers to separate bills one for abortion coverage the other for all other coverage is claims the rule violates the affordable Care Act which gives states the authority to establish their own rules and such matters in twenty nineteen the Washington legislature passed a statute requiring insurers and a single invoice for each pay period first and says the rule potentially affects more than two hundred thousand people in the state of Washington it could because many of them to fail to pay for their premiums in full jeopardizing their health coverage colonial homeowners a strike by Swedish Medical Center nurses ended this morning.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Couple missed the strict army impose curfews and were refused entry emotions here are clearly running high the government say more than two hundred thousand people have been affected by the volcanic eruption and around call for them and now safely in evacuation centers like this one twenty kilometers from top all stages of I'm in the Alphonso what is basically with a lot there is a these have done here is we've little ten he should have a to have that merry golden shoes as her politicians space is around three meters squared in one corner next to a pile of household belongings had two daughters eating lunch on the floor merry is grateful for the support this has a week without home comforts has been incredibly difficult I've been scared because it's just us it's just the three of us if I don't hold it together we are going to suffer I have to be strong residents of uncle studio who've been displaced by Vitale of on pay no more options possibly on the way that report from Howard Johnson this is Newsday distribution of the BBC world service in the US is made possible.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Tonight seismic shift a decade and a half after the Indian Ocean to Nami communities gathering around the Bay of Bengal. Remember what was lost from the giant waves hit at at first there was just debris than a glimmer of light fifteen years ago. She woke up pinned beneath the water. Tonight our guest for survival began with one thing of refusal. Missile to die. She's got game a ninety three year. Old Woman tells her grandson about growing up in the middle of the Second World War now. He's turned her story into a video Game about hardship under human spirit in the key that our souls were singing to remember the late. Great Allee Willis who wrote Smash Hits for everyone from Earth wind and fire to the pet shop boys. Nitpicking part one an architecture professor weaves together worries about climate change and the need to eat into a vast asked promises to grow your vegetables so long as you keep it fertilized with human waste and nitpicking partout. It's almost time for the Puck to drop on rock carry as as annual reading of the hockey sweater. The Canadian Winter Classic About Catalog Shopping Gone Awry as it happens. The Thursday edition Radio Radio delivers a no duds guaranteed. It began when two of the Earth's tectonic plates shifted beneath the Indian Ocean. The earthquake that followed produced two thousand and four is Indian Ocean tsunami with waves. That were thirty meters high. Today memorial services were held across is Asia to remember the more than two hundred thousand people in over a dozen countries who died including those in the tie fishing village of Ban Nam Cam. Here's part of that service. That honored.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Money Box

"Welcome to the download of molly box the program about your money this is the bbc hello in today's program more than two hundred thousand people with mental health issues will have to wait at least until the end of the summer to be paid thousands of pounds they're owed by the department for work and pensions the police are embarking on what they call a long and complex investigation into the collapsed firm universal wealth preservation hundreds of people had entrusted it with their homes and money sick we worry invades every part of every second of the day and i'm sure they go to bed thinking about it and i'm sure the waco thinking and there are some customers of the bank tsp say their problems are continuing and peace tell the banks boss they have no confidence in him but i more than two hundred thousand people with mental health problems will have to wait until at least the end of the summer should be paid thousands of pounds they are owed by the department for work in pensions the people affected have severe psychological disorders that mean they can't plan and carry out a journey by themselves in the past they had the mobility allowance by the twenty two pounds a week or fifty nine pounds a week that could be used for taxes or in some cases buying a car the government took that away limiting it just to people with physical disabilities but in december the high court rules that was blatantly discriminatory in january the government said it would accept the ruling and extend the benefit once more to people with severe mental disabilities the payments will be backdated to twenty sixteen paid in a one off lump sum of thousands of pounds and then the weeks allowance for the future but for months on no one has been paid the money they road this week the secretary of state for work and pensions estimate vei was asked when the two hundred twenty thousand people affected would begin to get their money we have been working with stakeholders to create new guidance we have been consulting with claims and stakeholders and we do know that we seem to be on chadrel to have the first payment to go out to them.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Dino that iced tea became a real big deal because of the nineteen 04 world's fair in st louis screw st louis who's gonna against where it was i was gonna say philadelphia though not uh pop up public attractions more than two hundred thousand people streamed down the first day alone to view uh that just about the fair as the extend into the summer months this began to look for cooler drinks for the refreshment uh vendor name richard pawlak's winged in let choosing was there solved his poor hot tea sales by pouring his tee over ice can i ask you a question um yes as this was nineteen 04 yeah with ice to green tea as popular as iced black tea it doesn't say but it gives the assumed us weird like back then like well not like earlier than that uh when uh they had to get ice they couldn't make it day by you have to go to the north pole and bring some downer something or they they take a bunch of ice in the winter and keeping the basement the pace yeah were it's cold though in these keep it in the ice box well bayne have them yet that's i'm trying to tell ya it's crazy thing so that makes sense wi fi hasn't been around for awhile suwon safety in the winter when isis plentiful drank iced tea it's snapple sales do you think snapple sees a dip in the winter i'm sure they do i'm sure all the coal beverages see a dip in the hot little is even go p uh now they're juggernaut sit with the difference snapple iced tea minute coca cola taste fundamentally exactly the same pulled the tone is just the sugar water yeah but it's different type ones black and the other you can see through some of them do you like snapple i see why now to three and you know what i mean or like any icdo um i used to i lost my taste for it um.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Testing there and then of course today saying that haitians at africans a come from shit countries anderson time and again this is just a problem area for this president where he just seems to harbour these racist attitudes and is apparently feeling uh more and more emboldened to say this i talked a source close to the white house earlier this evening who were shocked that the president would say this among lawmakers because he would obviously get out uh and the irony of all ironies a sad irony tonight anderson my colleague jeff sony is reporting that the president heard about all of this coming out in the news when he was taping a message for martin luther king day which is of course coming up on monday should also point out this is the day before the eight anniversary of the devastating hurry he haiti earthquake in which is right more than two hundred thousand people were killed a crushing debt understand staffers of the white house don't believe that these comments are a big problem is that possibly true well i think that there's a feeling among some in the white house that this may somehow play well with the president's base i think that's a sad commentary about the president's base i think they're even people who were very strong supporters of president trump who would say tonight that these comments are extremely disappointing i talk to somebody this evening who is saying listen these are just dumb comments these are not racist comments coming from the president but anderson as we were just showing a few moments ago and as you were outlining earlier they're just seems to be a pattern here for this president and it's a disturbing pattern because it seems to come back to one a truth here and that is that this president a deep down may just be a racist i mean if you're saying you don't want more black people in this country and coming from africa are coming from haiti you want more white people from norway heart to see that as anything else but in racist turkey and anderson i just want to say very quickly that last summer when we had that uh exchange with stephen miller and the briefing room.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday january eleven 2018 i'm tom merit gugel has acquired uk startup redux the turn services like phone displays in the speakers technology the company has can also be used to improve sound quality and create haptic feedback reuters reports and justice minister parks on key said the ministry is basically preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading through exchanges and he legislation on the matter would require parliamentary approval which could take months if not years president moon jae in told korean media that the justice ministry's position does not reflect that of the entire government opera software announced the official launch of upper news it's a driven news app the launch an african markets is part of operas africa first strategy which aims to launch its mobile products in africa before the region's more than two hundred thousand people have downloaded upper news making it the most downloaded news app in africa ibm plans to reassign up to 30 percent of its staff in its computer service delivery business this year the register reports an internal slide also showed ten thousand one hundred jobs would be eliminated through attrition research firm emarketer estimates india is now the fastest growing proximity mobile payment market in the world meaning using a mobile device to pay at the point of sale mobile payment users in india grew seventy five point five percent to fifty six point two million in 2017 china is the world's largest market for such payments but its growth has slowed as it reaches saturation.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"These are the daily tech headlines for thursday january eleven 2018 i'm tom merit gugel has acquired uk startup redux the turn services like phone displays in the speakers technology the company has can also be used to improve sound quality and create haptic feedback reuters reports and justice minister parks on key said the ministry is basically preparing a bill to ban cryptocurrency trading through exchanges and he legislation on the matter would require parliamentary approval which could take months if not years president moon jae in told korean media that the justice ministry's position does not reflect that of the entire government opera software announced the official launch of upper news it's a driven news app the launch an african markets is part of operas africa first strategy which aims to launch its mobile products in africa before the region's more than two hundred thousand people have downloaded upper news making it the most downloaded news app in africa ibm plans to reassign up to 30 percent of its staff in its computer service delivery business this year the register reports an internal slide also showed ten thousand one hundred jobs would be eliminated through attrition research firm emarketer estimates india is now the fastest growing proximity mobile payment market in the world meaning using a mobile device to pay at the point of sale mobile payment users in india grew seventy five point five percent to fifty six point two million in 2017 china is the world's largest market for such payments but its growth has slowed as it reaches saturation.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm lakshmi sang thousands of firefighters are on the front lines of infernos hit stretch along portions of southern california's pacific coast from san diego to santa barbara counties more than two hundred thousand people have been chased from their homes the number of large fires multiply to at least six mary plumber member station kpcc's has santa anna windsor driving flames at of burn more than one hundred forty thousand acres i wind warnings are in fact in conditions continued to be extremely dry that combination has supercharge fires in recent days and forced many thousand to evacuate it also led to a new fastmoving fire outside of san diego that burned a race track training facility several hundred horses were let loose so they could try to escape but some died in the fire in ventura county where the largest fire is underway some residents have been under evacuation and stranded for days the flames have eaten up about one hundred eighty square miles that includes more than four hundred homes and buildings the cause of that fire is still under investigation for npr news i'm mary plumber the head of the un calls the attack on peacekeepers and democratic republic of congo a war crime suspected rebels killed at least fourteen tanzanians and wounded at least forty other people several congolese forces were also among the casualties the un says medical evacuations are underway it is uncertain how many attackers were involved but the un believes it was the deadliest assault on peacekeepers in recent memory and pierce if fabi quiz acquisced and reports on the un secretarygeneral's swift reaction to the attack and bone your data she expressed outrage as he gave details of thursday night's attack on un peacekeepers in restive and mineral rich north kivu in eastern congo and the un chief issued this warning i condemn visits unequivocally and views the liberals affects against un peacekeepers unacceptable and gorsuch the warcrime.

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"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"more than two hundred thousand people" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

"Basically as you know the horrific atrocities going on in recommended stayed by burmese military sin said 25th thoughtful oguz tests had a to killing on ranga in northern part of our con spatially and as a result a more than three thousand people had been killed women has been raised to drain phone into the fire in full day patterns and according to unicef yet again c two hundred seventy thousand people already fled to bangladesh but in actual figures is going to be more than that and also according to information more than two hundred thousand people it stood waiting in mind aboard at across awfully to anywhere in safe zone even myself i'm originally from our economy born in arakan an as it'll hangar even from my side at least 100 people from my family already fled to bangladesh in border area rigging border area as you understand it from your perspective in from the rocking your perspective where has this lightest volume months come from it's not the first time such things have happened but it does seem to have accelerated noticeably really in the last few weeks basically the genocide he started from lenzi's to to actually already cut in any is on so the his is just losses take of genocide they basically this touted from two defeats the oguz it was come to the media but before that in one town skull roughly dome the burmese military blockade on every single sectors such as aid a move man n dale you know that try to you know a.

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