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Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

John and Ken on Demand

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Anti-Vaxxers Go off the Rails at San Diego County Meeting

"We're going to start though by talking to a san diego. County board of supervisors member because tuesday night. It was pretty raucous. It went on for hours because a lot of people wanted to speak. And most of them were speaking against any sort of mandates dealing with corona virus vaccine mandates mask mandates the idea of vaccine passports. We played this man. Yesterday's name is matt baker because he was certainly the most entertaining of a number of speakers. That's the wind the wind of time. That's the wind of history. That's the wind blowing through your ancestors bones begging you to do the right thing. Surfing baker is calling upon from ocean. Beach time he goes done. He was saying ohio vouch. It went on for quite a while. Jim decimal taste of talks. With a chair nathan fletcher had lost his mind over this gym. Actually to sit through the entire performance and everybody else's performance for about eight hours. How are you jim. Well i'm tired but Thank god it's friday. Hundred twenty people is this true. Oh yeah at least. I thought it was actually more about one hundred seventy but We had quite a few speakers. Mr baker was one of our more entertaining speakers unfortunately he's getting a lot of the attention vote but you know we. We still had you know. Many parents nurses doctors regular citizens there as well and it was kinda as you mentioned earlier. The sort of a perfect storm of the recall folks the reopen folks. The let them breathe folks that no mass on kids in schools and the no vaccine passports. I mean it was really kind of a wake up. Call to to me

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Don't you certainly don't anticipate becoming a pariah in your seventies you'd think under what circumstances meaning somebody told you that genie with a magic. Whatever you call them we call it the round thing crystal ball. Listen to it you will on your seventy eight. The birthday half the country will think. You're hitler and screaming in restaurants what what has happened in the world. What we're going to be laid on the couch watching baseball would possibly happen but it happened. I love how he strings together for health cheeses. He really feels like he has. The crowd whipped up. There cheering them on and the race. He's gotta go out. Jay is inflection on that is really good. Oh yeah oh it's not. Oh that's good stuff. You're right by the way hanson. Yes he is. Unhinged hinges is not attached. Boy i hate to open up a hill about open. A pit of hell fire. Can i do it this afternoon. I'd got things to do i. Maybe then i'll put on my pit of hell pants i fireproof so actually there were other people speaking at the that at the meeting there that i think we're probably worth airing and then we'll come back to a yellen jim there. How about twenty one. And i just want to say this nathan fletcher. I saw your press conference yesterday. And i saw your announcement recommending that san diego employers require that their employers get the vaccine and if not be tested once a week i actually work for a big corporation and my ceo has a message for you. He's not gonna do it. Go pound sand nathan fletcher. I'm told in my ear. Nathan fletcher very liberal member and combat vet but pound sand one of my favorite expressions. Yeah yeah clip twenty tools..

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San Diego County Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions as Economy Reopens

Rush Limbaugh

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

San Diego County Lifts Most COVID-19 Restrictions as Economy Reopens

"County joins the rest of California in fully reopening the economy today, you know, we've all had those moments over the last year were like, you know, I just don't know if we can do it anymore, but we did. County Supervisor Chairman Nathan Fletcher hosted an event at the County administration building this morning to celebrate the lifting of most pandemic restrictions. Supervisor Fletcher tells Kogo News today is about looking back. At the progress the county has made in the fight against Covid the tremendous success of the vaccine rollout in San Diego County the success of how low our cases are, in the reality that you know we're opening up and we're moving on today, San Diegans will be able to go without masks in most places, except for schools, medical centers and on public transit capacity limits and social distancing requirements have also been lifted. Eddie McLovin Kogo news

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San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

KOGO's Evening News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone

"And drug overdoses. We're here because the county of San Diego will soon make the locks and overdose reversal medication. Why Plea available at multiple community based locations and clinics throughout our region Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining public health officer, Dr Wilma Putin, who signed an order making the medication available to the public, or 457 fentanyl overdose deaths in San Diego last year, an increase of 200% during the pandemic. He was traffic issue here today along the five

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Winter storm delays vaccine distribution throughout U.S.

Morning Edition

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Winter storm delays vaccine distribution throughout U.S.

"Can return. Severe winter storms and other parts of the country are affecting vaccination efforts in San Diego County, local officials there say it's affecting the distribution of the vaccine. We expect to begin to have to pause. Some of our vaccine locations. We also are very likely to have to reschedule appointments that San Diego County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher. He says. Several shipments of Fizer and Madonna vaccine will not be arriving this weakest planned because of inclement weather, wreaking havoc on the delivery. Right now about 330,000. People in San Diego County are waiting to get their second doses and they will likely not be affected, but thousands more scheduled to receive their first

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Report Next news radio 600 kogo. This is the Gemayel report. The fight continues. 806 100 kogo 806 105 646. Do you agree that Gavin Newsom Nathan Fletcher Todd Gloria, focusing on all these virtue, signaling social agenda items like making it easier to buy pod or ending racism by establishing a racism study group. This'll is a bunch of horse crap. They're failing at their fundamental job on covert 19. The vaccination program is way behind. But just in his example of that We've had wind and rain. Echo Park. Is one of the distribution centers for vaccinations. They shut it. Three days out of the last week. And there's a nice indoor convention center right across the street. I know that you know portion of that convention center is filled with the homeless at the cost of $6500. Her bad per month. Yeah, you like you like hearing that? You're paying as a taxpayer $6500 per bed per Kat. Per month. I know you just said. Well, of course we could, but we can get them an Airbnb of you know a big house with the pool for less than that per person. I know. I know. It's government ineptitude. That's to Gloria Nathan Fletcher there smiling, grinning ear to ear. We'll also uh Kevin Faulconer. Set that that sham deal up. But a big portion of that convention center is not occupied by the $6500 per head per caught per night, or per per per cup per month. Homeless individuals. It's Xcom Bully vacant, so why not do vaccinations? They're corals indoors where mask socially distant next next? Objection. I got a tweet from someone because I tweeted out today that it's unconscionable that Fletcher and Gloria. Are you okay? With the vaccination.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Here take his two years. Nathan Fletcher today also confirmed right told you yesterday because I said, Look, the state of California finally agreed. The Trump administration's demand that since they're so inept at getting this vaccine administered, go ahead and give it to people 65 years and older. That was a big announcement yesterday. I said, I bet you right now. Now that I've told you that Peco Park has the vaccine and the people down there are being administered the vaccine. If you're 65 or older and you show up at Petco Park right now, you will be turned away. No. When I said that yesterday, Travis, I do and I had people are you don't know that you're discouraging people from getting it. No, no, I said people would be turned away if they went down upon Petco Park, and I did it. Just not because I had inside information. I know the mentality of the government bureaucrat. Commanding control. Do as I say. Not as I do. Don't expect anything to make sense. Don't expect me to be here to serve you. You serve me. Today, Nathan Fletcher, at his press briefing confirmed That they are turning 65 year and older individuals away. And he says, Oh, look at us. We've got a a Petco park facility one for a county of 3.5 Million people. Are you joking? Me, Nathan, You're taking that as an accomplishment. That's literally like Theo. Obese woman saying I'm on a diet I decided not to eat the cherry on the top of my big ice cream sundae the 18th I've had today. Give me a participation trophy. Listen, this guy is presiding over failure. And yet the media has just lapped it up. Nathan, you said. Wonderful. Oh, yes. Let's declare racism a public health emergency because you're already doing such a great job with the real public health emergency covered 19. Yes, Nathan. That's right. That bad. Jim Guzman, who? By the way, Jim Guzman County Supervisor's coming up at 5 15. You'll give us an update. Straight from the horse's mouth about you know what's going on on after school sports and whatnot. But the media is not gonna ask Nathan Fletcher about his ineptitude here. There's not gonna be any sort of holding accountable through the quote unquote media. They're not watchdogs or lapdogs. It's time that we start not only pushing back against lockdowns It's time we start demanding accountability and results for why aren't these vaccinations being administered properly? And if you can't do that, Nathan Fletcher and Todd Gloria resigned. Step aside and let other people do it. Lives are on the line coming up. We do have to give you an update on Biden's remarks about the vaccines today he thinks he can do a much better job than Trump. What's the difference, though we'll explain on the two mile report first traffic.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:12 min | 11 months ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"No, we've got we've got a failure of Nathan Fletcher and the Board of Supervisors. We have a failure of news some to get these vaccines out. And they're using that failure to basically say where we can open schools until that's done. Science is not on their side. So the question becomes. How hard is it to vaccinate? School personnel so we can actually get people reopened. We're talking about. In San Diego County alone, maybe a total of 20,000 Cross all the district's Think sending unified is like 13,000. Employees, maybe 8000. They're the largest district. So let's say 20,000. We're able to do in theory, 5000 vaccinations at Petco Park alone per day. So in four days time, boom done, Let's get going. You're telling me you can't be done. Of course it could be done. I've only contract it out to the private sector. How? What would you pay for performance? Guaranteed when there's money on the line that creates in immediate accountability mechanism for people to actually get things done in government offices that they're running the Soviet breadline. No one's gonna get fired for this. The arrogance is astounding. They don't care about the consequence of their failure at the Economic Development Department when they don't give out the Unemployment benefits for working families. Do they get fired? No. They get a salary hike and a pension spike. Newsome has never fired those folks. There's no consequence now. What is the consequence outside of the government agency? It's people who can't put food on the table. So now you've got Shutdown of schools and sports that's not grounded in science. And he says, we have to vaccinate people first. But when you take a look at who's in charge of vaccinations, its government and government is failing. By every measure of vaccinations. Car. What if what if the teachers and Andy Vac, Sir, You don't want to get vaccinated. They don't go back to work. Well, you're gonna have AH, lot of people say I don't want to take the vaccine. That's part of this problem here is that even for example, l A P d 40% of their workforce, said that they would not take the vaccine. 60% would Which is, by the way, in keeping with kind of the national polling numbers about 60%, the American people are open to taking it or eager to take it about 40% are either dead set against it, or probably not. When you've likely not Maybe if nothing bad happens, everyone else. So a 60 40 split is where you are, And that's one of the reasons why government has had such a slow distribution of the vaccines upfront is that even healthcare workers, there's there's resistance amongst healthcare workers. It doesn't mean that they know something that we don't know about vaccines. It's just kind of like the natural percentage that you're finding of people that don't want to get immunized. So if they don't want to take the vaccine Then, uh, well. As a government employee. Apparently, we're making it a requirement. Then I guess you can come to work and wear a mask and you're probably gonna be fine because up to this point Schools that have been reopened, have not had a covert issue without the vaccine, so I don't think it's going to be an end all be all requirement. It never has been for those other 36 states have successfully had Programs to take care of our kids. But he's sitting here saying, Well, it has to be all these people have to be vaccinated. There's no requirement that the teachers have to go back to work with the vaccines. We could do this literally in one week's time down at Petco Park. Now the state of California has officially announced that on bus was late yesterday that we got word of this. That if you're 65 or older, you're able to get the vaccine. But Where can you get the vaccine? My friends. We just got this email sent to us by a listener from scripts. They don't have vaccines at hospitals. We do know of Petco Park. One location that has the vaccine. But if you just show up at Petco Park a Where do you go be when you show up? They're gonna be like, Who the hell are you? You're not on the list. Do you see the failure that there is here? Even if you're 65 years old, you go down to Petco Park. You're going to turn away. I guarantee you Guaranteed. You're gonna turn away and you're gonna say Well, hold on a minute, But the governor said if I'm 65 or older, I get the vaccine. I'm here to get my vaccine. Oh, yeah. Joe Todd, Gloria Nathan Fletcher Say that this year is the list. This one right here. You're not on this list. Now until we literally say here, the locations first come first serve. We do have a priority line that our first responders and health care workers But the rest of you first come first serve. We will serve everyone provided that we have a dose unless we do that. This is going to continue to be the Soviet breadline. Slow as a snail's pace. And our schools are not going to open a Cindy Martin was sending your unified superintendent. What? We just call her the union choice. Okay? The union choice that the school district Cindy Martin originally had put out a projection that in January they were going to go back to school. That was in the fall. Uh they now she's not giving a projection anymore. That's how bad it is. That's how they know internally that they're not gonna reopen because the union won't let them They're they're gonna hold out for the bailout..

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"I'm told that patient is doing well and is currently in isolation. Okay, so the first case Of covert 19. Was actually not homegrown. It came in on those flights. What? No, the the flights. Travis were from China, right? Yeah. Wuhan, in fact that we were just talking about the other day that I remember vividly being in studio and that white plane coming in. From Wuhan. And the first one came in right here to San Diego. And I think it was hours later, One came into San Francisco. And we thought, Wow, this is crazy. Wouldn't wouldn't it be nuts if they shut it down for a week? So these were these were citizens, right? You Americans, said American citizens. Yeah, because I went through and was looking at some other audio and, you know, January Like 20th. CBS had a story of Um you know, there are three people dead in China. With the covert 19 virus, and the people are concerned because there are 200 people in the hospital and they're wearing protective gear and they had a shot of these Chinese doctors. With the various, you know, Face Shields on and the host of the show. What's her face? The best friend of Oprah. Um, uh, Those guys say, Gail, but still joking. Said, And that is protective gear. She actually to describe it for the audience. And of course, we know what that stuff is. Now s O. That was January. 20th Trump shutdown travel a few days later in the early twenties of January, when he got called a racist for doing it. Fauci objected to it said It wasn't necessary. But now people look back. And people say that save probably Um tens of thousands of lives, if not more on, and by February, 5th. This story was running of American citizens being brought back in. Um, uh, not withstanding the travel ban. Uh, if they're American citizens, we we did let them back in, but they had to stay. M C s. M. C s Miramar and that's when we found out that some of them started coming down Covert 19. And then they got relocated to these hospitals and then bam! By the way, February. 5th was also the time when Nathan Fletcher was telling everyone not to worry about the covert 19 virus that it's never gonna be coming here. It's much ado about nothing. And that Donald Trump is a big old racist for shutting down travel. And Nancy Pelosi was in Chinatown. Come on. It was a couple weeks later, it was after things even got worse. She was even after a few weeks, because, remember, I don't I'm not gonna hold either Democrat or Republican accountable. For knowing everything about covert 19 from day one, right? It's it again. The Chinese lied. The World Health Organization screwed up their role to Andre. We were learning about this in little bits and pieces. Um and, uh, but by by late February for someone like Pelosi to be saying, Oh, come on down. It's wonderful. It's fun. Go to Chinatown have some dim sum. Yeah, that it was his reckless. I mean, again. It was a whole thing about Let's let's not be worried about. Um you know Chinese, There's nothing wrong with them, you know, and again, there's nothing wrong with being Chinese. There may be something wrong with someone who is traveled recently to China in the middle of an outbreak. That's where you start saying, Okay, maybe you should quarantine Maybe you should, you know, be be extra cautious, Careful, etcetera. But then it started just literally picking up steam and falling apart. So that by, uh, mid March. I remember when I came into the studio. I came back from the show after the congressional primary. It was March. 13th. I did one day in the studio. I remember you brought cupcakes. No, my partner brought cupcakes. I just showed up by myself. I came. I came in with some attitude. We gotta catch up way Got to get this show back on track. And s O. Yeah, we had cupcakes, sir. And I also remember that one of my staffers who later came down with what he thought was coveted. We don't We still don't know whether he can't Koven was there that day videotaping. Cause we did a Facebook live video feed whatnot. And, of course that caused also in a ripple effects within the news. Remember that, Yes, girls. I'm not sure there's no covert test. We don't know if he had covered. He's presumed of Covina just have a headache, a little bit of fever and remember the panic of program directors having to clear out the studios trying to figure out how to fix this situation. And then, of course, we started seeing These draconian lockdowns coming up how things spiraled out of control, Plus how the people reacted in basically rebelling against a lot of those restrictions. That's all coming up on the New Year's show retrospective of the top 10 stories from 2020 here on the two mile report. First traffic.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm Gloria Aldinger. Its operation Warp speed living up to its name on Lee about 10% of the vaccines the Trump Administration promised have actually been administered. Here's ABC Stephanie Rome officials acknowledging what America is experiencing the Corona virus. Vaccine rollout has been slower than promised hundreds of people waiting in line overnight in Florida to get there first shots so far the federal government distributing more than 14 million doses nationwide, but only about 2.5 million shot. Have been reported far short of the 20 million vaccinations promised by the new year. CDC with a grim prediction up to 424,000 covert deaths by January, 23rd, while a variant of the virus, which is more easily transmitted was detected in California in a 30 year old man in San Diego County. Individual does, in fact, have the UK Variant strain of covert 19. It's county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, Missouri Republican Senator Josh Holly says he plans to challenge Joe Biden's electoral College win when Congress maids to certify the results next week. There are more questions for national police about what they may have known about Anthony Warner, who blew up his RV Christmas morning taking his own line recently discovered. Police report shows Metro Nashville police were told by Warners girlfriend in August 2019. He was making bombs in the RV at his residence. The report says. Police went to Warner's home and couldn't make contact with him and that the RV was there. But in a fenced off area chief John Drake being asked why nothing materialized from that warning, also had no legal basis going to Warner's fenced in yard a home, he says. Requests were also made to the FBI for any information about Warner and Drake says everything came back negative. Mark Graham, a large ABC News stocks closed higher today near record highs. You're listening to ABC News. From the W Y o D 24 hour traffic center planned construction that will be in Miami date on the turnpike extension South bound on the ramp from the Shula that on ramp is closed. I'm Ricky was so news radio 6 10 w. Y o D. Wasn't weather pattern head the next few days to start the new year, we'll see a small chance of a shower overnight. Listen a little bit seventies and New Year's Eve Thursday. Partly sunny on your 80 dry on Friday. Listen, a load of that seventies highs in the low eighties. Updates around the clock on self Florida's severe weather station on the Weather Channel's marks IDO a news radio 6.

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Strip club ruling on COVID rules applies to restaurants

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Strip club ruling on COVID rules applies to restaurants

"Dianne Jacob has asked for a special closed session this afternoon, saying the county needs clarity on a judge's ruling allowing strip clubs to remain open and said the ruling does apply to restaurants. Jacob telling Koco news when she and two other supervisors voted to challenge the first ruling allowing strip clubs to remain open. She didn't know restaurants would be included My vote. On the appeal was simply on the strip club issue. I believe the strip clubs should stay closed. On the other hand, we did not discuss it all the restaurant issue and I truly believe if I had my way about it, I would have all outdoor activities opens. Supervisor Nathan Fletcher is opposed to more businesses reopening due to the number of cases and covert deaths.

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2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

2 strip clubs can stay open and set own COVID rules, judge rules

"Surprise surprise to to a a lot lot of of people. people. But But San San Diego Diego County County is is suspended suspended the the enforcement enforcement of of restaurant restaurant closures closures following following a a court court ruling ruling involving involving to to strip strip clubs. Superior Court judge issued an injunction prohibiting a season desist order from being enforced on strip clubs in San Diego County businesses with restaurant service County issued a statement saying the state and the county are analyzing the scope of the ruling and discussing the next steps. County Supervisor Jim Desmond spoke with our reporting partner 10 News will have to be seriously still have a virus was still down. Right That way. We can allow people to safely a living. Keep your employees is reported to me. This is this is a great It's a great victory, but you know, we still got most of them. Enough. Don't climb with the buyers Supervisor Nathan Fletcher in a tweet, mocking Desmond, saying he's celebrating Strip club staying open as lack of ICU beds could prevent someone's cancer treatment. Zachary Barnes. KOGO News

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"We've really created a lot of good air circulation in them as well. And I'm hoping That in another three weeks will be back to being able to use our interior dining rooms. That remains to be seen. How difficult has it been for you? And I'm sure other restaurant owners to go kind of back and forth here now we can. Now we can, then we can. How difficult is that? Just in terms of trying to operate a restaurant? That's the hardest thing of all, because, you know we have our employees think about we want to keep them employed. So it's the trying to work in the unknown. What's gonna be happening next week and so on, So we just have to make the best of it and try toe. Try toe develop new ways to guard against losing our restaurants and our red heart. Customers have been great. They've really been. I think overall, the public really knows what's going on, and they know how rough it is for the restaurant tours. So we are deeply indebted toe off his wonderful people here in San Diego. They're helping save our industry and county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, in fact, earlier this week urged people as much as they're able to to support their local restaurants, their local businesses to help them through this time. Yes, it's so important. It really is. That's long time, said Diego restaurant owner Diane Powers, and I'm clever Albert Kogo news. This report is sponsored by Merrill..

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Fan. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. They have me on solid, Chris. Of course I am not mistaken. You're not an Aztec. What? Ur Terrero. Correct. Correct. I'll give them because I didn't spend two years a USC before graduating. Sdo. Hey, listen, First of all, Give me your top down. Look on what's going on with the markets Be apart with going on with small business here in San Diego. Right now, You've got an awful lot of people that are sort of protesting What's happening with the closures. I've been vociferous about Nathan Fletcher and vociferous about our governor. I know you have circled the wagons along with Mayor fault here, along with with county Supervisor Christian Gaspar and others to try to open safely in a smart plan, but at the same time Get these businesses going and keeping jobs going in San Diego talking top down what's going on? Yeah, You've been around the head and taken to a point Now where we're small business owners want structure. They want stability. They want to know what the rules are so they can open. I think the business I've spoken to are willing to make the extra investments and the capital investment to two Do what they need to do to open up. But the one thing that they are just tired of is doing that and then being told a week later or two weeks later that you're gonna have to shut down again. And this this living on a week to week basis at hoping that certain numbers don't change because that's going to make a break. Your livelihood is extremely frustrating, and it's scary and there's there's no confidence in the system. What is this? And what do you hear from your constituents? Because if you think in terms of what's happening in town, you've got an awful lot of Jim's there. Incurring Mason, Mira Mesa, Clara Macy got off a lot of restaurants there. You know, you also surrender Valley rancher opinions. Fetuses is really a huge commerce area. Fact I owned a television studio right now distant for many, many years, as you know. If you think in terms of places like the convoy Plaza and and you think in terms of places like all of those businesses and Mira Mesa, does it concern you that it seems as though some of some a few people are keeping the economy closed, But for what? It seems like our political purposes Absolutely that they could sell it concerns the medic turns the business holders as well to end and I think I commend the mayor on DH, my causing the council. We would try to be proactive and trying to provide solutions. You know, we did outdoor dining. Ordinance an executive order by the mayor that we were just met with jubilation because this was a path to open up. And then once they were totally you, Khun open up capacity indoors a little bit. There are some restaurants you just couldn't do outdoors. And so this was another path. But now being told while you could put down the gun next week, if things change, I think it is frustrating part for so many for so many business understand what's loss and the conversation is that that these are people's jobs. People livelihood know the district I represent. They're a lot of minority small business owners. Some of them are first time business owners. From from immigrating from from the Philippines, or else where mean these air folks have put their blood, sweat and tears in their life statements and businesses and now being told to shut down, and some of them may not even open up again because of what Then they seem to be oftentimes political choices. So here's a question when we think about we have a tiered system, a colored system and it's sort of confusing whether you're thinking about a state system and the city system. Regarding openings. Can you clear up where we are as a county right now? And where we need t get t R Because listen, I do this for a living just like you do, and I can't figure out What they've put out there, and it seems like an almost impossible goal to attain at least coming from the states. Sanders and I have been reading that incorrectly. Dollar. You confused. I'm I'm confused, Oftentimes a swell to me. I think there's we're currently within what's called the red here on DH. I think the one that we could we were trying to avoid is called the purple Tear if I get my big stuff, But I mean the one number that we're we're paying our ass on is this is this case right number, which is Ah, number per 100,000 residents and the magic number is something I don't know why the Magic number seven, but the badge number seven were go above seven. Case is $100 residents. We go down here and right now I regret 6.7 cases. 100,000. So this is the time in which again this pain on my threat, and that is being determined Doctor, whether or not No visions can remain open or not. It is just his madness that they got at the end the day you know, I think if you look at hospital capacity in the beds and I were out with coma patients over near hospital capacity numbers, um, that have come down, so I think All of the metrics that we were originally told about when this started. I think our are on a good are the good plain a good sight, but This case per 100,000 is the one that is anything to be tripping us up in primaries as determined by the state. San Diego Council member Chris Kate for District six. Joining us here on news radio 600 Kogo on Santa Go Business Weekend and Chris..

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To be transmitted casually, we would be seeing a lot more. Right. Right. All right. So that's right. Right. Right, right. Right. So that the New York City, New York City's health commissioner on February 6, you just had the governor say that the president's CDC was incompetent in January and February, March? What do you call that? She's your New York City Health commissioner is very similar to Nancy Pelosi going to Chinatown in February, saying, Come on down, it's having we're having fun. I'm having dim sum right now, and it's wonderful, You know, come on down to Chinatown. It's perfectly safe. I don't know what the president's doing. He's a racist for going after China Travel O R Even Nathan Fletcher here in San Diego. Yes, the I know it all. Listen to me. Don't question my edicts Nathan Fletcher, who came out and said off the virus somewhere far away in China. It's not here in San Diego, saying that The very day where the first case actually broke out in San Diego. So All of these Democrats Not only were not right on this issue, but they were actually attacking the president for you know, relatively speaking a more proactive approach to dealing with the Corona virus. The reality is this. We all know that because China lied To everyone in the world. That this disease Caught a whole bunch of people by surprise. And that if anything, You have to at least admit that Trump was being Maura, aggressive than most other people assumed the case warranted because the Chinese lied It's why the president is so ticked with them that they lied to people and people died. Now you might hate Trump. But those are the facts and no matter how many times Andrew Cuomo says while the facts are, and Trump admitted that he's responsible for covert 19 really, dude play the damn audio because we're sitting here chock full of audio from your administration. Your side, basically saying this was no big deal. Really? Again, It gets back to the point I was making an hour ago. Do they really think we're that dumb? Lou? Do they really think that we We are idiots when it comes to watching what's going on and saying, I think you're trying to con me on this? I think you're just desperate for power. I mean, it's it's such a stretch at this point this idea that anyone anybody in the state of New York is even going to believe that President Trump is responsible for the covert outbreak because somehow there's this weird connection between Ruan and Milan, Italy. That's and President Trump should have known. That and stop will travel from Italy to New York City is ridiculous. He did. What about what about the hospital ship that was sent from North work up to that was empty up in in the in Manhattan? I mean, he has done far more tea. Get people healthy. Then the governor has been able to do so. It's just a stretch. Just a stretch. Well, we have to get to the whole issue of Ah California politicians and bureaucrats being getting caught once again, like Nancy Pelosi. Excusing themselves from the same Koven rules that they're imposing on others, not just a Nancy's hair salon, but other places as well. We'll tell you what it is. That's next on the day my report. First Traffic and Lord, from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic Center north on 805 Mesa College accident in the slow lane traffic backing up quickly behind it, South bound adle five. Not terrible little bit slow Pass the 1 63 down toward the 88 westbound, Not fun. It's slow from the five To an accident just before Mission Bay. I'm Laura Kane Co goes next real time Traffic update is.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"You're just tuning in. This is what Nathan Fletcher just announced just moments ago Audio eight and then we will in the public health order be requiring businesses that are a part of the new guidance. So these air businesses who had their indoor operations closed. They're now having their indoor operations reopened in some capacity for those entities. They're going to need to ensure a guest sign in with the name and phone number off the guests who come in. So whether that's a salon or restaurant massage tattoo parlor, you're going to need to keep a log or registry of your guests that will aid and assist in any potential close contact her case investigations For any positive cases to be able to track down who might have been exposed in the event that there is a positive case or a potential outbreak. I mean, so this means that if you're a restaurant that was able to move all the tables and chairs out onto the parking lot You don't have to do that. But if your restaurant that only has endure now you can open your endure. You've got to take the name and the telephone number of all the people that you serve in that restaurant and what? Give it to me. Give that list to Nathan Fletcher. This is this is insanity. Carl. This is like listening. I feel like this is the onion radio, but it's really No, it it Israel it Israel lunacy. In fact, I don't know whether it applies to a restaurant or not. Ah, you know whether it was opened her shut or partially shut. I assume that they're just gonna liberally. Ah, apply it and everyone has to comply with it. Except for All sorts of other groups like doctor's offices and dentist's and, Oh, by the way, the vet clinic and Oh, you know, the supermarket and the CBS. None of that. Oh, Starbucks. No, Starbucks. Starbucks is okay. You can go into Starbucks, which is the liberals, Little you know, church. Worshipping at the feet of the Starbucks barista. You can go in there, but that's not going to be required. But by golly, if you go into a barbershop because you went from the outdoors back into the indoors, you have to sign it. Oh, movie night. Gotta sign this little book Guest registry. Oh, you're going to get a massage sign right here. Uh, is there any verification? I'm just going to write Mr Magoo? You saw Mr Magoo saw movie tonight. I mean, it's just it's unbelievable. I mean, where's is that public information so that everybody now in San Diego knows where everybody goes. I mean, how far away are we from, you know, getting a chip insert into the back of our necks. They just distract us all day every day. And what is it? What is the benefit in this? You're gonna have all these requirements. And then what? What is actually happening? The contact tracing, Ah, scam that we have, where we hire all these government employees and they go out in trace. It's taking them 2 to 3. Weeks to trace by that point, you're not contagious anymore s. Oh, it's a complete waste of time and money, but they know that, don't they? They just want to signal their virtue. Oh, look at me. I'm I'm shutting down the economy. But I'm working really hard to create all these new regulations and mandates to make you think that I actually have a plan. You don't have a plan. You have literally carnage in the economy with no public health benefit, No focus, no strategy. And now you're blowing smoke up our rear ends with well, I got this little black book here, you see, And I've got all these thousands of contact razors and we'll go out. We'll make sure that you wipe your nose and clean up your wash your hands. That's what we're seeing on this unbelievable stuff, And we still don't know if this is just for San Diego County orphans for every Red county orbits statewide, we'll get to the part of this one way or another are in defense of looting. There are people out there that are truly defending. The criminal behavior that we're seeing. We'll talk with Mark Larsen. Next on the team. I'll report the first traffic and Laura came from you're always sunny San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center. There is a sig alert. In effect. It's on the 76 East and westbound at Camino del Rey, all of her hill Road. All lanes westbound closed because of a car fire in the area that's being mocked up now North found five at Mission Avenue. In Oceanside furniture in the road and a stalled car south, a NATO five at the 54 traffic backing up a little bit before Plaza. This reporter sponsored by in and out Burger on Laura Kane Co. Goes next real time Traffic update is at 5 56, a wise man once said Change is the only constant. He must have never had an in amount, double double. Too classic. Juicy Patties of cheese melted just so.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Supervisor Nathan Fletcher says elementary schools that have applied for waivers could open even before the end of the month. That just simply represents those that have sent US applications. Once our public health experts review those applications they will send them to the state of the state can give input or guidance. I don't hear back in three days then those will be approved, Fletcher says Close to 50 schools in the county. Almost exclusively private charter schools have applied for waivers. This fall could be one of the worst from a public health perspective that the US has ever faced. The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr Robert Redfield is warning that the 12 punch of flu season and covert 19 could leave the U. S struggling and he says Americans need to be ready. This is a year I'm asking people to really think deep down about getting flu vaccine. Redfield is also urging everyone to take other precautions. Frequent hand washing, wearing the mask, social distancing all of the above. The president agrees with the lawyers op Ed trying to disqualify Joe Bynes running mate. President Trump suggests Senator Kamala Harris is ineligible to be vice president. John C. Eastman wrote in Newsweek, saying Harris is not a natural born citizen because her parents were not citizens at the time of her birth, he says the U. S Constitution does not redefine a natural born citizen. The 14th Amendment states that anyone born on American soil is a citizen at birth. Harris was born to two immigrant parents in Oakland, California in 1964. Dan Noone. KOGO news cargo in two years time, 8 37 and with the sale of.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It is a plan for county supervisor Nathan Fletcher and supervisors will soon vote on this proposal involving racial equality in law enforcement black leaders advocates and allies in San Diego county have long called for more action on racial justice and law enforcement issues county supervisor Nathan Fletcher has a plan to beef up the citizens law enforcement review board while also making it independent and expanding it right now respond to a critical complain about something that happened they automatically investigate every in custody death we want them to automatically take a look at every use of force tied to a protest at every use of force with the discharge of a firearm and every use of force that causes great bodily harm the board of supervisors will votes on the policies during its next scheduled meeting and that'll be on June twenty third Ted Garcia koco news or learning more about an officer involved shooting in Escondido it happened around three forty five this morning on Washington near Broadway police say a forty five year old man was pulled over for a restraining order violation and he got out of his car holding a crowbar officers fired on him when he started coming toward them with a crowbar the man was reportedly shot several times his condition is not known president trump says he will renew his administration's effort to end legal protections for young immigrants after the Supreme Court blocked the first try in a tweet this morning he said the Supreme Court asked us to resubmit on Dr Daka nothing was lost or won the high court Thursday ruled trump improperly ended the daca program in twenty seventeen activists are vowing to keep fighting for a long term solution in terms of legislation for six hundred fifty thousand immigrants who brought to the who were brought to the country as children the trump administration says they are working to keep everyone safe and healthy those they are talking about who are attending president trump's campaign rally in Tulsa Oklahoma tomorrow John decker has the latest trump campaign manager Brad Parscale on fox and friends saying that the campaign is working with state and local officials in Oklahoma in order to make sure that rally attendees are adhering to CDC recommendations aimed at preventing the spread of the corona virus I've been very helpfulness and a third they're worried about the safety of everyone there whether it's their citizens of those coming from out of town as far as protests outside the arena the president tweeting any protesters anarchist agitators looters or lowlights were going to Oklahoma please understand you will not be treated like you have been in New York Seattle or Minneapolis it will be a much different scene as John decker but the governor of Oklahoma says people will not have to wear masks at the rally and he said he's glad that the president chose to move the rally from the nineteenth to the twentieth out of respect for Juneteenth cover news time eleven oh two let's check your real time traffic from where it was and he said you're going to dealers traffic center with the spin out on the north fifteen near the scales are rainbow valley area as we head into to.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Nathan Fletcher is asking people in San Diego to get tested is the county increases the number of sites and they have a new online portal two one one San Diego dot org to sign up we continue to see very rapid pace of re opening in San Diego county businesses and leisure activities around our county continuing to re open and we see these re openings at the same time we watch very significant spikes in cases in other states and jurisdictions that started their re opening process ahead of us this is hopefully a strong reminder of the need to be vigilant they need to take the actions necessary to do everything we can to avoid the surge that we are seen not only in other states but in other counties here within California we certainly hope that our efforts around testing and tracing in particular allow us to more rapidly identify positive cases and isolate them and contact trace their close contacts to determine if they might be positive as well but the testing and tracing component only serves a partial purpose in slowing the spread the other way that we work to slow the spread of the actions without standing against the tech we do as a county do have a mandatory face covering anytime you're within six feet of a non household member and there is growing evidence that suggests that these are effective in slowing the rates of transmission and we urge the public to please as best you can adhere to those orders along with the things like hand washing physical distance in temperature checks it is the hope that those four actions combined with the testing tracing and treatment put us in a position where we can manage and contain the spread of coronavirus in a way that protects the integrity of our health care system protects our lives but also protects our ability to continue with an economic re opening as we talked about multiple times we have thirteen triggers that we measure on a daily basis they guide us in terms of the ability to continue to reopen and also guide is at what point we need to take some action to address an increasing cases there are three of these triggers in particular that are an immediate red flag if triggered by themselves would cause us to take action and I just want to spend a moment talking about one of these triggers which is community outbreaks community outbreaks and outbreak in a setting that is outside of a congregate care setting outside of.

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San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego Protests And Coronavirus

"Everyone who attended a protest in San Diego is being asked to get a corona virus tests Dr Wilma Wooten the public health officer in San Diego says they don't know yet the impact of the protests on the spread of the virus it's a bit too soon to tell about the events that have occurred so we would expect to see any associated new cases related to those events and about twelve to fourteen days Dr Wooten joined by county supervisor Nathan Fletcher we certainly do continue to advise everyone whether the protests that happened a month or so ago or whether the ones happening now to continue to utilize face coverings and physical distance in as best they can they're asking everyone now who attended a protest with the clean up efforts to get a corona virus

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San Deigo County recorded 4,802 COVID-19 tests Wednesday, a single-day high

KOGO's Evening News

02:18 min | 1 year ago

San Deigo County recorded 4,802 COVID-19 tests Wednesday, a single-day high

"K. today announced a new low for the rate of positive tests for the coronavirus reporting a new record as well forty eight hundred plus tests that were issued in San Diego yesterday the positive test rate drops his two percents very good news moving forward K. supervisor Nathan Fletcher today is another milestone for us this is our new single highest A. testing totals and I want to take a moment and command R. T. three staffing team led by Nick Massey on the director of health and Human Services along with everyone in our public health lab who are working tirelessly to break through the barriers to setup process and protocols to get pop up testing in place to have our strike teams going out to skilled nursing facilities and other locations to make sure that we are not only increasing our testing but we're doing it in a thoughtful way that helps inform the actions were taken surrounding corona virus and we obviously have a ways to go and we want to continue to make progress but we I continue to see our testing numbers increase and that does not happen on its own that is a testament to a lot of folks are working very hard and we appreciate their work today reporting four thousand eight hundred and to test our new single day highest number of total you'll also see in the chart there were adding a seven day rolling average we're gonna have day to day fluctuations you can see our seven day average there are just under four thousand per day we obviously want to get to our goal of fifty two hundred we would like that to be our seven day average and not just a one time occurrence but we continue to see positive progress as it relates to testing total test reported to date is a hundred and fifteen thousand eight hundred thirty seven just as our testing continues to increase our tracing the path he continues to increase for now it's two hundred and eighty one contact tracers in case investigators who are out every single day working with those who have tested positive identifying their close contacts reaching out to those folks and doing everything we can to daily tackle and and wrestling control that spread of coronavirus total investigations performed now just shy of seventy five hundred treatment a hundred thirty nine individuals in our public health rooms with over seven hundred cumulative out of today's total testing will share with you the total positive again this is encouraging four thousand eight hundred and two tests performed today a hundred and fourteen of those were positive that is a two percent positive rate that is below our fourteen day rolling average of three point six as we continue to increase testing we expect this number to continue to trend in a downward

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"To go back to something that county supervisor Nathan Fletcher said earlier today and I'm just gonna read it Jack I know you've been playing the sound bite because as I remind everybody every other show nobody's listened more press conferences than our own Jack Cronin Nathan Fletcher said the following we believe speaking about masks since we talked a little bit about how the county now has mask rules that it is suggesting for may first I'm not suggesting I'm trying to come up with a different word than mandating but masks now will be required for those leaving their homes and within six feet of others not from their household starting on may first which again is a bit peculiar to me but whatever Nathan Fletcher said we believe this is going to be a part of life in the new normal until such time that we have a vaccine or widely available therapeutic drugs they're gonna be parts of life that are going to change I'm getting used to having a face covering when you leave your house that's going to be part of the change today was warm I don't know what the high was Jack I'm guessing you probably do eighty four eighty somewhere hi yes yup them and and you know again expected to be warm over the weekend as well the trusty iPhone tells me it'll be eighty four tomorrow eighty coming up on Sunday took a walk didn't go far just took a walk around the block a local restaurant here partnered up with the building in which I live to offer our residents terrific discount which I thought was super clever and kudos to them for that but outside sun little bit of warmth wearing facial covering it's it takes getting used to like this is that there is nothing else you can say it it's going to take some getting used to it's one thing when it's the sixties and we understand that this is a little bit extreme when it comes to the warmer weather but yeah it's just it's it's it's it takes getting used to you know it's it's hot under there there's nothing else you could say like the love wearing flip flops board shorts short sleeve shirts in the city not to work for most people but yeah you put that facial covering up in any capacity in well I mean it's it's that's our new normal but it's gonna take a little while I can say that especially as the weather continues to stay warm yeah I mean it's not fun it's not fun especially if you don't have a real mask not unmask the real like either you know knitted or sewed mask a real one that is appropriate to wear and fits right just trying to you know throw some over your face like a tee shirts or somebody you know you're cutting somebody it's it's it takes getting used to so it's not fun it's going to that is going to limit.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Nathan Fletcher says people must continue to follow the public health orders in San Diego our saving grace thus far has been our early and swift action and it has been the widespread community support that we've seen that has helped us flatten the curve that has helped us remain under our health system capacity that has bought us time to begin to prepare for the future we should be proud of where we are today but we should not allow where we are today to Wallace into a false sense of complacency that we are through this the county has also had a total of two thousand eighty seven cases over the course of the outbreak was seventy five new cases announced yesterday meantime we're doing too good a job data from scripts health shows urgent care visits are down sixty five percent during the outbreak ER visits are down forty one percent and they want to make patients know that hospitals are safe medical facilities are screening people over the phone receiving them in different areas trying to prevent any contamination and doctors all sure reef thing some people are putting off critical needs my concern is that people are going to wait until they are much thicker to come in and then we're behind the eight ball on some of the support that we could have done up front to prevent that cardiac disease so I think the best example I I can give you is that my brother had a heart attack last year out of hospital and had he not gone into mercy apartment he had a hundred percent block of his main artery he would have died had he stayed home and that is my concern because it's personal to me people wait because they're worried about getting cold it they could be severe outcome associated with the scripts and others are recommending calling ahead either nine one one for emergencies or your doctor for questions versus mothers are able to answer many of them over the phone Jack critical news got a news as as anyone in the food sector is essential to our everyday lives and wants them to feel secure if they need to take some time off the governor says people in the food sector from growers to those who package and sell food including those in fast food restaurants are on the front lines exposing themselves every day and says an executive order will give them more sick leave that will allow for two weeks of supplemental paid sick leave for workers that have been well contracted cove in nineteen the exposed to it or have been exposed to isolation or quarantine orders by local health officials federal and or state health officials he says people will be able to call in sick without fear of losing money as opposed to coming in sick due to fear of going without a paycheck Marilyn Haidar cocoa news presidents allied guidelines to start re opening the economy from the coronavirus shut down there for my administration is issuing new federal guidelines that will allow governors to take a phased and deliberate approach to re opening their individual states the president said the plan was in three phases to give St step by step guidelines to get back to business the president says some states will begin to reopen sooner than others a drastic jump in China's count of coronavirus victims here's Simon in China raising the number of people recorded killed by the corona virus and will happen the city where the outbreak first emerged by fifty percent reporting nearly thirteen hundred additional tests to take the total to nearly four thousand the government in Beijing denying a cover up he's out he he was he he only shot in the leg with a foreign ministry spokesperson blaming various lapses in recording in the early stages of the epidemic there's been widespread speculation that will hands death toll was far higher than it being reported I will on lab is under U. S. investigation Gillian Turner reports from Washington U. S. investigators looking into whether or not this virus was released by an employee of a lab in Wuhan China out into the general public accidentally back in December sources telling us that in this scenario is looking increasingly likely secretary of state Mike Pompeii caution to fox news last night they're still a lot to learn before investigators can conclusively say the corona virus was released from a lab and didn't originate in a wet market as China has claimed White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says one of the reasons China's government delayed reporting the virus during the early days of its outbreak was taught by my time in order to stockpile medical supplies in PP the Chinese foreign minister siding with the World Health Organization saying there's no evidence that the virus was made in a lab in Wuhan child abuse cases in San Diego county are down but that's not the good news you may think it is the week before a number of San Diego schools close to halt the corona virus spread there were one thousand five hundred twenty five calls to the county child abuse hotline the week after that number was almost cut in half social workers do not believe this means cases have gone down but rather children have stopped seeing mandatory reporters they may come in frequent contact with like educators healthcare workers in child care providers San Diego makes national trends that show April will have fewer calls than March Zachary Barnes koco news a summer event in San Diego that draws more than three hundred thousand people has been canceled the organizers of San Diego pride say the three day event in July is not being held this year Faulkner on the lost pride it's one of our biggest festivals that we have one of our biggest gatherings as a city and as a county that we have every year we will get through this and when pride comes back it's going to be even bigger and stronger than ever Togo nears time six oh eight on the way Republican senator Tim Scott joins us to talk about the Kobe pandemic live flush your traffic and weather we'll be right back no my reports with.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Supervisor Nathan Fletcher said today that the county does not have a time line our ability to come out of it is in large part predicated directed on our ability to see a sustained period of time with sustained progress and we're just not at that point today in our mess is a public really is what conversations are happening while plans are being developed what capacity is being built knowing that at some point we will of course come out of this the single most important thing that we can do today as focus on what's in front of us which is continuing to bend that curve and they're also eighty three new cases of the virus in San Diego for a total of one thousand nine hundred and thirty the script hospitals are calling for the public health orders to be extended after the business community asked for part of the San Diego economy to be back open at the start of next month the presidency scripts health Chris van Gorder says there are troubling stories coming out of Mexico we've already seen an increase in service in the South Bay so they're calling for trigger before people can go back to work I think the trigger has to be a solid resupply plant to the hospitals long term care facility skilled nursing facilities home health care agencies have the personal protective equipment they need now and a resupply plan to make sure they're going to continue getting the supplies they need even if we see a search and right now that plan does not exist in this country or local groups saying things like ventilators and personal protective equipment are not available in high enough quantities to allow the economy to get back up and running so soon Jacqueline Coons California officials will look to six sets of indicators to decide when they will be safe to gradually ease the stay at home orders but governor Newsom says large gatherings like sporting events concerts even school assemblies or P. E. classes are out for the foreseeable future businesses will have to enforce social distancing another safeguards and intermittent stay home orders could be the new normal the indicators include widespread testing protecting vulnerable populations including in jails and nursing homes and making sure the state's health care system can handle a surge I speaking of nursing homes older folks in those homes are at risk for corona virus but the economic status of the home may make the wrist exponentially worse usually separate one of the most frightening aspects of the code nineteen pandemic the rapid spread through nursing homes more than thirty six hundred cold nineteen deaths have been at nursing homes according to the Associated Press Dr James Lee right is medical director of a public nursing home in Richmond Virginia he says the problem is most severe at poorly funded public facilities is that right are we honoring our elders in the way we under fund arcing arms and the answer of course is no it is not he's calling for more spending to protect our most vulnerable patients so we remain hopeful that there will soon be a vaccine ends maybe some meds to battle covered nineteen but in the meantime there are some nutritional options in dietary choices we can make to boost our immune systems nutritional physician Dr Cass Ingram says we should be considering what he calls a pandemic pantry the vaccines for coronavirus have always for fared poorly that's why you don't see a vaccine for colds colder krone virus even just one study he mentions tested five universal natural German sides oregano is the most powerful then sage Cuman of all things human we took this oil on the seed cinnamon the oil not the powder and Bailey well when the last time you saw a Bailey's go mouldy that's dina Kodiak reporting the city's first responders working harder than ever amid this pandemic and San Diego city firefighters are now helping even more firefighters how tough it can be certain frontline stern.

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"nathan fletcher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"nathan fletcher" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Care site side of things not only to get in this arena but we've identified Fairview developmental center five hundred twenty beds we've identified Porter ville developmental center two hundred forty six beds we have identified other locations throughout the state of California including hotel rooms in San Carlos a hundred twenty beds and then we have on top of that all of those medical stations that came from the federal government with the support of the president a two thousand beds as part of that FMS program of five of those sites are already up not necessarily running but locked down and we've hello all of the cash the equipment and supplies and we have prepped those sites three additional sites of those original eight two hundred fifty beds per that's the two thousand eight sites five done three remaining those three are up in around Shasta Butte county we have one down in San Diego I want to congratulate the work of the county down there for announcing that and finding appropriate site for that Nathan Fletcher supervisor and others were doing that over the weekend and then sighed in Fresno that we are in the process of unloading and setting up so those eight sites plus those hospitals plus alternative care sites like this that's the four thousand six hundred and thirteen beds that we have locked down and ready to go with that said it's one thing that the beds and other other personnel just to explain a little bit about how these things are working the hospitals I talked about the partnership with Kaiser dignity down in southern California each and every site has different operations different specs in terms of support who's managing them where were procuring the appropriate protective gear and the like the FMS sites these medical stations are county state partnerships in some cases the county is taking all the responsibility themselves but broadly county state partnerships as it relates to sites like this we are working with the county and we are working through our health core which.

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San Diego County declares public health emergency due to COVID-19

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

San Diego County declares public health emergency due to COVID-19

"Washing they say San Diego health officials are declaring a local public health emergency a local one because of it eight cases of coronavirus in California county supervisor Nathan Fletcher this is a step that positions as best to confront the challenges of this virus this action best equips us to be in the strongest position to coordinate efforts insure access to available supplies and best protect

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Pastor put on watchlist after work with migrants at border sues US government

America in the Morning

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Pastor put on watchlist after work with migrants at border sues US government

"A former la mesa pastor has filed a federal lawsuit against the department of homeland security Reverend Koji douse out claims the government targeted her for surveillance over her ministry to migrants at the border the alleged surveillance program also allegedly track the number of attorneys journalists and immigration advocates who would cross the border to carry out their work the San Diego County Board of supervisors yesterday approved an additional one point six million dollars to train and educate social workers and probation officers supervisor Nathan Fletcher said in the statement that investing in more training is vital to the success of the child welfare system the latest budget calls for hiring a hundred and twenty five

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