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North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

North Korea boasts recovery as WHO worries over missing data

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

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Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

"Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing is is is is preparing preparing preparing preparing new new new new hospital hospital hospital hospital facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to deal deal deal deal with with with with a a a a possible possible possible possible spike spike spike spike in in in in go go go go big big big big cases cases cases cases even even even even though though though though the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers of of of of new new new new cases cases cases cases remain remain remain remain low low low low China China China China has has has has stuck stuck stuck stuck to to to to a a a a strict strict strict strict zero zero zero zero code code code code approach approach approach approach that that that that restricts restricts restricts restricts travel travel travel travel math math math math test test test test entire entire entire entire cities cities cities cities and and and and sets sets sets sets up up up up sprawling sprawling sprawling sprawling temporary temporary temporary temporary facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to try try try try to to to to isolate isolate isolate isolate every every every every infected infected infected infected person person person person locked locked locked locked down down down down start start start start with with with with buildings buildings buildings buildings in in in in neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods but but but but become become become become city city city city wide wide wide wide if if if if the the the the virus virus virus virus is is is is spreading spreading spreading spreading widely widely widely widely that that that that is is is is come come come come as as as as many many many many other other other other countries countries countries countries relax relax relax relax pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions experts experts experts experts have have have have questioned questioned questioned questioned the the the the usefulness usefulness usefulness usefulness of of of of China's China's China's China's hardline hardline hardline hardline policy policy policy policy saying saying saying saying vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and new new new new treatments treatments treatments treatments for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it make make make make them them them them redundant redundant redundant redundant I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

"While while while while Americans Americans Americans Americans over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty are are are are being being being being offered offered offered offered a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster researchers researchers researchers researchers are are are are working working working working on on on on improvements improvements improvements improvements to to to to the the the the cove cove cove cove in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine the the the the data data data data is is is is in in in in that that that that the the the the original original original original cover cover cover cover vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are strongly strongly strongly strongly protective protective protective protective especially especially especially especially after after after after a a a a booster booster booster booster dose dose dose dose and and and and work work work work against against against against new new new new variants variants variants variants my my my my concern concern concern concern continues continues continues continues Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine chief chief chief chief Catherine Catherine Catherine Catherine Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen told told told told a a a a recent recent recent recent meeting meeting meeting meeting of of of of the the the the New New New New York York York York academy academy academy academy of of of of sciences sciences sciences sciences they they they they go go go go through through through through a a a a fire fire fire fire drill drill drill drill every every every every three three three three months months months months or or or or so so so so when when when when another another another another mutant mutant mutant mutant causes causes causes causes frantic frantic frantic frantic test test test test to to to to determine determine determine determine if if if if the the the the shops shops shops shops are are are are holding holding holding holding companies companies companies companies like like like like visor visor visor visor mature mature mature mature and and and and are are are are testing testing testing testing new new new new kinds kinds kinds kinds of of of of boosters boosters boosters boosters two two two two one one one one one one one one combination combination combination combination shots shots shots shots mixing mixing mixing mixing the the the the proven proven proven proven vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine with with with with an an an an awful awful awful awful crime crime crime crime targeted targeted targeted targeted version version version version nasal nasal nasal nasal vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are another another another another tack tack tack tack being being being being tested tested tested tested globally globally globally globally in in in in the the the the nasal nasal nasal nasal lining lining lining lining work work work work that that that that often often often often latches latches latches latches on on on on the the the the idea idea idea idea being being being being to to to to better better better better prevent prevent prevent prevent mild mild mild mild symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms of of of of infection infection infection infection I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

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Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

"Because because because because the the the the cases cases cases cases are are are are rising rising rising rising across across across across the the the the country country country country with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly half half half half the the the the states states states states reporting reporting reporting reporting an an an an increase increase increase increase but but but but the the the the severity severity severity severity is is is is not not not not rising rising rising rising Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci says says says says an an an an uptick uptick uptick uptick was was was was expected expected expected expected after after after after mitigation mitigation mitigation mitigation policies policies policies policies like like like like mask mask mask mask wearing wearing wearing wearing were were were were lifted lifted lifted lifted each each each each individual individual individual individual is is is is going going going going to to to to have have have have to to to to make make make make their their their their calculation calculation calculation calculation of of of of the the the the amount amount amount amount of of of of risk risk risk risk that that that that they they they they want want want want to to to to take take take take in in in in going going going going to to to to indoor indoor indoor indoor Dan Dan Dan Dan isn't isn't isn't isn't going going going going to to to to functions functions functions functions president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden who who who who was was was was vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated and and and and EE EE EE EE boosted boosted boosted boosted has has has has not not not not been been been been wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks all all all all the the the the time time time time and and and and just just just just days days days days after after after after the the the the event event event event with with with with him him him him more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen DC DC DC DC officials officials officials officials have have have have tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it yes yes yes yes he's he's he's he's mingling mingling mingling mingling there there there there but but but but we we we we feel feel feel feel that that that that the the the the protocols protocols protocols protocols around around around around the the the the president president president president are are are are sufficient sufficient sufficient sufficient to to to to protect protect protect protect it it it it that that that that you you you you made made made made his his his his comments comments comments comments on on on on ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's this this this this week week week week with with with with George George George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

"China's China's China's China's sent sent sent sent more more more more than than than than ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand health health health health workers workers workers workers from from from from across across across across the the the the country country country country to to to to Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai including including including including two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand minute minute minute minute tree tree tree tree medical medical medical medical stuff stuff stuff stuff China China China China health health health health officials officials officials officials struggling struggling struggling struggling to to to to stamp stamp stamp stamp out out out out a a a a rapidly rapidly rapidly rapidly spreading spreading spreading spreading cove cove cove cove it it it it nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen a a a a break break break break in in in in the the the the false false false false nation's nation's nation's nation's largest largest largest largest city city city city Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai is is is is conducting conducting conducting conducting a a a a mass mass mass mass testing testing testing testing of of of of its its its its twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five million million million million residents residents residents residents as as as as what what what what was was was was supposed supposed supposed supposed to to to to be be be be a a a a two two two two phase phase phase phase locked locked locked locked down down down down enters enters enters enters its its its its second second second second week week week week workers workers workers workers wearing wearing wearing wearing blue blue blue blue protective protective protective protective clothing clothing clothing clothing have have have have held held held held up up up up signs signs signs signs saying saying saying saying keep keep keep keep one one one one meter meter meter meter distance distance distance distance under under under under do do do do not not not not crowd crowd crowd crowd in in in in one one one one western western western western area area area area of of of of the the the the city city city city concern concern concern concern is is is is growing growing growing growing about about about about the the the the potential potential potential potential economic economic economic economic impact impact impact impact of of of of the the the the extended extended extended extended look look look look down down down down on on on on China's China's China's China's financial financial financial financial capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to this this this this month month month month

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Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting lawmakers lawmakers say say they're they're close close on on a a bipartisan bipartisan ten ten billion billion dollar dollar cove cove it it bill bill lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill say say they're they're getting getting close close to to agreeing agreeing on on a a fresh fresh ten ten billion billion dollars dollars in in funding funding to to combat combat cove cove it it nineteen nineteen the the bill bill is is smaller smaller than than an an earlier earlier fifteen fifteen point point six six billion billion dollar dollar agreement agreement that that collapsed collapsed in in mid mid March March but but house house Democrats Democrats balked balked at at Republican Republican demands demands that that unused unused pandemic pandemic aid aid to to states states help help pay pay for for the the new new package package but but Republican Republican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt of of Missouri Missouri says says some some of of the the money money for for the the new new bill bill does does come come from from unspent unspent sources sources including including two two point point two two billion billion dollars dollars that that was was designated designated for for assisting assisting entertainment entertainment venues venues that that closed closed during during the the pandemic pandemic White White House House communications communications director director Kate Kate betting betting field field the the president president has has been been very very clear clear that that there's there's an an urgent urgent need need for for this this funding funding and and we're we're very very hopeful hopeful that that Congress Congress is is going going to to come come to to a a solution solution the the package package would would finance finance vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and tests tests and and possibly possibly money money for for vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and other other support support for for countries countries overseas overseas Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Washington Washington

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FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

"Federal regulators are signing off on another cove it nineteen booster shot for older Americans in case the coronavirus rebalance the FDA is authorizing a force to do simplifies ran the door to vaccines for those fifty and older to be given at least four months after their previous booster before now the agency had cleared the fourth shot only for those twelve and over with severely weakened immune systems they can now get a fifty shot still there is limited evidence on how much benefit another boost can offer right now so the question is whether everybody who is eligible you should get it work we'll get it about half of those eligible to get a first booster have not the booster expansion comes as an Omicron me wouldn't spreads in the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

"Cove in nineteen has made another push into president Biden's protective bubble a day before his Europe trip last week press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for banned center top deputy in her place a day after getting back Kareem John Pierce said she's also positive in a statement yesterday John Pierre said she has a mild symptoms and last saw the president's Saturday and what she called a socially distance meeting CDC guidelines do not consider the president a close contact since he's fully vaccinated the White House says he tested negative before returning to the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

"Shanghai stocks China's biggest cove in nineteen lockdown in two years the aims to conduct must testing and control a growing corona virus outbreak in Shanghai as questions are raised about the economic toll of the nation's zero because of its strategy Shanghai China's financial capital and its largest city with twenty six million people has managed its small APOST are pricks we limited lockdowns of housing compounds and work places where the virus was spreading but this city wide to face longtime will be China's most extensive since the central city of Wuhan where the virus was first detected in late twenty nineteen I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

"President Biden heads to Europe this morning where a top aide says he'll add to the avalanche of sanctions already hitting Russia for the Ukraine invasion at a special NATO summit he will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow the west has been United the president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay United you make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for cove in nineteen for a second time and will stay behind she says the president tested negative Sager made Ghani Washington

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AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

"Fizer is reportedly seeking approval for a fourth cove it does for seniors the AP has learned that drug maker Pfizer is expected to ask for authorization this week for an additional covered nineteen booster shot for seniors that's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity that would add a fourth does to the regiment which currently consist of a primary series of two shots followed months later by a booster dose this is all in an effort to provide maximum protection to the over sixty five population that has been hit hardest by the pandemic the food and drug administration and the CDC must approve the request hi Shelley Adler

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For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 5 months ago

For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

"The national institutes of health has launched a study into some of the puzzling symptoms that children suffer when they're infected with code nineteen and possible long term effects it's estimated more than twelve point seven million children in the U. S. alone have contracted cove it nineteen and some are still experiencing unusual symptoms long after the virus is gone a trend called long term coded and doctors say some children appear to make full recoveries and then come down with a mysterious condition that causes severe organ inflammation the lead researcher at children's national hospital in Washington DC describes a three year old girl who is head coach V. twice who speaks suddenly turned bright red and staying with pain or she complains of pain in her chest and the studies also looking into the emotional effects of coal bed one participant has had NO symptoms herself but her father caught the virus and he died I'm Jackie Quinn

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 In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

"Cove it changes the way carnaval is celebrated in Rio de Janeiro for a second year thousands defied an official ban by coming out to the streets to party to the rhythm of samba sometimes as police looked on meanwhile at official events on the schools performed for a ticketed crowd but everything was much smaller says performer Eduardo Martino this is a kind of a replacement for the ocular carnival which takes place indoors those performances lead up to the parade at the Sambadrome which this year has been postponed to April because Brazil is still not passed the Omicron wave I'm

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Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

"Pregnancy related deaths for U. S. mothers climbed higher in the pandemic's first year government data released Wednesday show a decades long trend that continue to disproportionately affect black people overall there were almost twenty four deaths per one hundred thousand births in twenty twenty that compares with twenty per one hundred thousand the previous year the numbers reflect mothers dying during pregnancy childbirth or the year after it's unclear what role cove it might have played but the pandemic led many people to put off medical care and stress the health care system which could increase risks for pregnant women I'm Julie Walker

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"new cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Need him and get him this afternoon, But on 95 south, you'll be on the breaks down pass through one and Sharon Again down past 4 95 as well. My king WBC's traffic on the threes. We've got some clouds. We got some showers and some thundershowers headed our way. In fact, some of the showers have already made it into the areas like a little tongue of precipitation that came down over the north shore parts of Cape and getting it on some rain shower activity. The bulk of the precipitation, though Still back into New Hampshire and Vermont. So we'll get into that later on this evening and again, the thunderstorm possible as well. Overnight Tonight first thing tomorrow we'll just have a leftover shower or two. Some fog around temperatures near 50 downtown mid forties inland. Clear cloudy and cool tomorrow won't be clear till the weekend. There'll be some rain showers tomorrow, especially in the afternoon and maybe even some heavy rain. Moving in here tomorrow night. Friday. Mostly cloudy, becoming windy with a shower or two lingering temperatures low to mid sixties. Saturday. Fair go, We'll get a little bit of clearing, raising temperatures motivates sixties live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good afternoon. I'm Ben Parker. Here are the five things you need to know. At 5 45, Massachusetts reporting 1392 New Cove in cases with just over 102,000 new tests. There were 12 newly confirmed deaths in the Commonwealth for the first time President Biden addressing a joint session of Congress, it'll happen tonight. WBC news radio We'll have it for you with nine PM and stick around for Dad, Ray and night side to talk about it after the Justice Department indicting three men on hate crime charges in the death of a modern armory. Austin City Council passing an ordinance today restricting the use of chemical crowd control agents and impact projectiles. Some community saw the North Shore abandoned together, They want to get more people vaccinated.

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"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I'm Brian Clark to Corona virus. Vaccines are Authorized for use in the United States. Others are in trials, and when the first was authorized last month, President Trump called it a medical miracle. We have delivered a safe and effective vaccine and just nine months Numbers show those vaccines are not getting to where they need to go into people's arms. ABC is Romain up. Yoga has more but the brunt of vaccine planning falling on large hospitals, small clinics and private pharmacy chains states of used small percentages of their stockpiles. The U. S has only administered about three million vaccinations of the 20 million promised by the Trump administration by the new year, And if the pace doesn't pick up, some Fizer doses could potentially expire while sitting in freezers. The pandemic continues to ravage the most populous state in the nation, says ABC is Alex Stone, another record after two days of around 430 deaths every day in California in the past 24 hours, a number of dead jumping to 585 reported deaths in the state since Thursday, along with 47,000 New Cove in 19 cases. The first time in the Trump administration. The Senate voted to override the president's veto on Friday, seeing them on this vote. The yeas are 81. The nays are 13 2 3rd of the senator's voting quorum Being president. Having voted in the affirmative. The bill on reconsideration is past. The objection to the president of the United States to the contrary. Notwithstanding, Senator Josh Holly, presiding over a vote that saw a military funding bill that includes a pay increase for troops in the renaming of base is named after Confederates pass to run off elections in Georgia Tuesday, will determine control of the U. S. Senate. Incumbent Republican David Perdue is not on the campaign trail. He remains in quarantine after use exposes someone who tested positive for covert 19. College football's national championship is said after Alabama crushed Notre Dame. They'll play Ohio State. The Buckeyes upset Clemson. You're listening to ABC News. They're knocking up. You're not with Australia Insurance switch now and save a lot of money. Australia has partnered with progressive to give drivers the lowest price hands down. Visit Astrea insurance dot com From the Australia Insurance Traffic Center way have a new accident. Now North bound on the turnpike ramp to Northwest 74th Street. 95 remains trouble free, but we have a crash. I 75 Pines Boulevard. Still.

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"new cove" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm Brian Clark to Corona virus. Vaccines are authorized for use in the United States. Others are in trials, and when the first was authorized last month, President in Trump called it a medical miracle. We have delivered a safe and effective vaccine and just nine months, But numbers show those vaccines are not getting to where they need to go into people's arms. ABC is Romain up. Yoga has more but the brunt of vaccine planning falling on large hospitals, small clinics and private pharmacy chains states of Used small percentages of their stockpiles. The U. S has only administered about three million vaccinations of the 20 million promised by the Trump administration by the new year, And if the pace doesn't pick up, some Fizer doses could potentially expire while sitting in freezers. The pandemic continues to ravage the most populous state in the nation, says ABC is Alex Stone, another record after two days of around 430 deaths every day in California in the past 24 hours, a number of dead jumping to 585 reported deaths in the state since Thursday, along with 47,000 New Cove in 19 cases. The first time in the Trump administration. The Senate voted to override the president's veto on Friday, seeing them on this vote. The yeas are 81. The nays are 13 2 3rd of the senator's voting quorum Being president. Having voted in the affirmative. The bill on reconsideration is past. The objection to the president of the United States to the contrary notwithstanding, Senator Josh Holly, presiding over a vote that saw a military funding bill that includes a pay increase for troops in the renaming of base is named after Confederates pass. You run off elections in Georgia Tuesday will determine control of the U. S. Senate. Incumbent Republican David Perdue is not on the campaign trail. He remains in quarantine after use exposes someone who tested positive for covert 19. College football's national championship is said after Alabama crushed Notre Dame. They'll play Ohio State. The Buckeyes upset Clemson. You're listening to ABC News there.

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"new cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"New Cove in 19 strain has been detected. Folks coming in from the UK, given that particular concern we're gonna have sheriff's deputies go to the home or the hotel of every single traveler coming in from the UK Violators of the quarantine face daily fines of $1000 another major story we're following at this hour, the U. K and you are on the verge of a post Brexit trade deal. 4.5 years after Britain voted to leave the block, Bloomberg's Leanne Garance has the details from London. Bloomberg has learned the outline was agreed yesterday, but negotiators are still haggling over the exact wording. The two sides worked through the night, putting the finishing touches to a compromise on fishing rights. The agreement will include a deal for tariff and quota free trade in goods and cooperation in areas from security to aviation. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning a news conference to announce the agreement today. In London. I'm beyond Garon's Bloomberg Daybreak. Leanne Thank you in Asia, China has launched an investigation into alleged monopolistic practices and Ali Baba Group Bloomberga Daybreak. Asia anchor Brian Curtis has more from Hong Kong. Though officially a probe. This feels like a crackdown. The State Administration for Market Regulation is spearheading the inquiry. Few details given Don't see me out, is researcher at leading Finance Institute and says it's clearly a push to rein in founder Jack Ma's empire. Ma has been a critic of regulation, saying it stifles innovation. Regulators will also summon Ali Baba affiliate and group to press tough new financial regulations and says he will study and strictly comply with the requirements in Hong Kong, Brian Curtis Bloomberg Daybreak. Ryan, Thank you s and P futures up. 10 points down. Futures have $85 day futures up. 18 10 year Treasury little change, He'll 100.94% straight ahead. We have the latest world ended National news and this is Bloomberg. All right, Karen. Thank you. This 507 on Wall Street. Michael Barr is here on this Christmas Eve with more What's been going on in New York and around the world? Sprightly, Busy Christmas Eve.

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"new cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The day, and still some leftover showers to get through as well Right now, nothing much doing here in Boston, just a little chilly 33 degrees out the door and clear skies. At 605 on a Wednesday morning despite warnings from health experts to stay put this holiday. Some 80 million Americans will be on the move traveling somewhere over the next week and a half What's at risk when traveling by air, though caught on camera as a United Airlines passenger becomes a victim of Corona virus on board. More from ABC is Mona Co star Abdi. Multiple passengers aboard that flight now say they've tested positive amid claims the crew just disinfected the man seat with wipes before taking off again. That's that's a big reason why we wear now all getting sick because we were all in a contaminated plane up until we got out of the plane in Los Angeles. This is concerns rise over that new variant of the virus discovered in the UK Early evidence suggests the mutated virus. Be as high as 70% more contagious but is not believed to be more deadly. Officials say the man's death Was by Corona virus. Health officials around the world say it's unlikely that restricting air travel will help stop the spread. By the way of that New Cove. It mutation. More than three million Americans will die this year. That's a new all time high, and the death toll from Corona virus will be responsible for about 10% of those deaths. Still, medical professionals say the best protection is worn on your face. Keeping your distance. Maybe justice, important, wearing a mask helps protect against Cove in 19. But a new study says without social distancing. That might not be enough. Researchers in New Mexico found masks capture the majority of droplets when people call for sneeze,.

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"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Nurses to cover the influx of New Cove in 19 patients last week, he also announced his administration is looking into a two day training program to get more nurses into ICU wards faster. Many nurses have already pushed back on the idea, calling it unsafe before any details or a timetable has been announced by the governor. Looking at training our ends this two day very effective focus training to speed. Up opportunities to bring nurses into the icy use, according to the California Department of Public Health. Nurses are already being stretched thin and at least two of the region's already under the stay at home order. ICU bed availability in San Joaquin Valley is down to 0% while in Southern California at that 00.5% in the Greater Sacramento region, it's 14.1% Kenny Avocado of registered nurse with Kaiser Permanente, a Los Angeles medical center says Hospital administration is using the pandemic as a cover for not addressing staffing shortages Earlier, they have only themselves to blame for any lack of staff and all for how exhausted and overworked we are. Everyone knew Cove it was going to research in winter. Robertson says. Nurses will not back down from the strike unless a California Department of Public Health revokes the waivers for hospitals to change staffing standards. We're also asking hospitals to suspend elective procedures until after vaccines are widely distributed. We are saying absolutely no to these waivers. We want them yanked immediately. We're out in the streets currently on opposing these waivers. The statement issued on behalf of all three hospitals where the nurses are going on strike say a strike at this time further adds to the demands of the overburdened health care system in Southern California. Which is already at bed and ICU capacity is due to the nursing shortage and Cove in 19 surge as a result of the union's decision to strike during this challenging time or hospitals must limit their full scope of services in order to ensure nurses are available to care for patients with the highest needs. Mike Blunt news 93.1 kfbk 4 50 now kfbk traffic and weather together. Let's get to that right now. And we'll do it with KFC case. Dean Hess Alright, Bridey, By save marred your last chance for traffic before five o'clock downtown and split right now gonna be nine minutes and most that starts around the end street in midtown and it's gone before you get to the river. Westbound is heavy as you come across the river, starting about Expo, otherwise split to Roseville is 12 minutes downtown. L drove 11 minutes south down by 5 12 minutes. On 99 downtown to Folsom Eastbound 50 is an 18 minute ride for you going toward the north, and the five is 16 minutes to Main Street. We do have an issue. This is north down 99. It's around l corn we have Ah, vehicle overturned but apparently landed on its wheels and the believe the right shoulder is where it is. So it kind of ended up in a good position. But there are injuries to an ambulance responding out there and downtown and Davis, nine minutes west about 80 eastbound traffic is still slow coming this way. All the social distancing say, Martin knows you're ready to cozy up to incredible holiday meals. So right now, beef rib eye roast Bonin's Hold in the bag and Atlantic Salmon hopeful layer Both 4 £99 my Save Mart Valley. Proud traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Stena has news 93.1 K P. K. Thank you, Dana. And now your KFBK forecast tonight cloudy with rain low 45 clouds giving way to sunshine For Thursday the high 58 tomorrow night Low 37 Friday Hi 56 I'm AccuWeather's Andy Rob News 93.1 kfbk. And we've got 54 in Roseville. 54. Now on Grove and wrench could've also 54 degrees for 52. Good afternoon. I'm Kitty O'Neil here and you've got your business and money news. Kelly Brothers is with Genevieve's Burford and brothers. The vaccine remains in focus tomorrow. It is Madonna going to the FDA looking for emergency use authorization. Boy. That'd be good news to get to vaccines out being mass produced and sent all over the country. Who knows we could have three or four within the next month, but we'll take two for now, Speaking of vaccines that looks.

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"new cove" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Services. Announcing on Good Morning America this morning at the FDA intends to grant emergency use of the Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine. He said. We could see people getting vaccinated here in the United States as early as Monday or Tuesday of next week. New York state is receiving 170,000 doses. New York City is slated to receive an estimated 72,000, the most for any region in the state. Nursing home residents and staff as well as frontline hospital workers will be first in line. Tagging the FDA commissioner President Trump Tweeting this morning. Get the damn vaccines out now stop playing games and start saving lives, Fizer says it will have 25 million doses for Americans. By the end of this month. Meanwhile, a grim milestone more than 5000 New Yorkers are currently hospitalized with Cove in 19. That's the highest number we have seen since May about 1000 people are currently in the intensive care unit. New York City hospitals are nearly 80% occupied with patients of all kinds. Governor. Cuomo said that he would re implement a ban on injured dining in the city of hospitalization. Rates do not stabilize and LaGuardia Airport is starting a new cove aid testing program today, right, But covert testing will be offered right there on the first level of the Terminal B parking garage. They could do 250 test today, with results in as little as 15 minutes. W ABC News Time. It's 904 traffic and weather. Next Judge Jeannine Pirro. She's the outspoken hosts. What.

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"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

"Even Even those those that that have have found found ways ways to to create create outdoor outdoor seating seating was was called called Miller Miller Live Live tonight tonight with with how how they're they're managing managing and and the the push push to to create create that that space, space, Joel Joel Oh, yeah, well, Preston, this stretch of Ballard is really setting the bar. As far as those outdoor dining options go. We're seeing these wooden structures with roofs and that just down the street, these massive tents just past that some smaller uncovered patios and outside of the city, other restaurants are finding new ways to host diners. Coming out. Anything else at levitate gastro pub is equal a night out, looks a little different these days, a few tables out front. Ah, whole lot of empty ones on the inside and out back a recently covered patio. It's still Just barely, You know enough to get by older Eric Paschal says with New New Cove Cove in in 19 19 restrictions. restrictions. Business Business is is down down 80%, 80%, which which is is bad bad news news for for his his employees. employees. We We just just had had to to lay lay off off some some staff. staff. With With the the new new order order that that came came out out he's he's banking banking on on this this outdoor outdoor set set up up to to help help bring bring in in guests guests and and to to keep keep them them dry dry and and warm. warm. Just Just down down the the road road at at Vita Vita Bella Bella have have a a whole whole place place full full of of seats, seats, and and I I can't can't use it. It's time for an improvised to just past the lighted trees of 40 by 15 FT tent. It just went up. They're still putting the final touches on it. So this will be the same table cloth Blumen, Zwick says. This should seat up to 50 people. That's with the max of five people allowed per table. Normally, Thanksgiving evening is quite a bit of people. And of course, as you can see, you know you're limited to how many people you're going to get in here and even the tent. You're limited to how many seats that you have. At the end of the day? He just feels fortunate to have this space. And the opportunity. And that tent is one of six were told that the downtown is equal Association helped to fund for some of those restaurants and the running joke. We're hearing that some of these establishments is B y o. B. But in this case that means Bring your own blanket back to you. All right. Thank you. Cole. The last minute rush for Thanksgiving items has

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"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

"New Cove in 19 restrictions. Business is down 80%, which is bad news for his employees. We just had to lay off some staff. With the new order that came out he's banking on this outdoor set up to help bring in guests and to keep them dry and warm. Just down the road at Vita Bella have a whole place full of seats, and I can't use it. It's time for an improvised to just past the lighted trees of 40 by 15 FT tent. It just went up. They're still putting the final touches on it. So this will be the same table cloth Blumen, Zwick says. This should seat up to 50 people. That's with the max of five people allowed per table. Normally, Thanksgiving evening is quite a bit of people. And of course, as you can see, you know you're limited to how many people you're going to get in here and even the tent. You're limited to how many seats that you have. At the end of the day? He just feels fortunate to have this space. And the opportunity. And that tent is one of six were told that the downtown is equal Association helped to fund for some of those restaurants and the running joke. We're hearing that some of these establishments is B y o. B. But in this case that means Bring your own blanket back to you. All right. Thank you. Cole. The last minute rush for Thanksgiving items has made it difficult for grocery stores to keep their capacities below 25%. That's the level put in place by governor in Jalisco bid 19 restrictions. Now, places like UFC are using technology to help them track shoppers. When you get close to water full capacity is that triangle with turned red That would be an indicator of that. We need to start monitoring doors. I've been using the one in one out process. Stores are urging shoppers to bring a grocery list with them so they can get in and out quickly. If you need to know if your favorite local grocery.

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"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Is running more covert 19 tests each day than it any other point during the pandemic. But the increased testing does not fully explain Recent case surges across the nation. Sarah Krauss, reporter at The Wall Street Journal, has a look at new data. Sarah What's up here? We have tens of millions of covert 19 tests in the U. S that are going on used. So even though the country is running more covert tests every day. At any other point during the pandemic. There is still this slack capacity or untapped capacity in the system. Why is that we can we not work fast enough Or we don't want to run out of test what's going on? There are a lot of reasons for it. So the federal government has shipped tens of millions of rapid auntie gin test to states and some states have expressed concerns about accuracy or still trying to figure out how to use them in a way that gives them comfort that the results will be accurate. Some nursing homes that have received rapid tests are not using them because of concerns about accuracy we've reported previously and in some places they're simply not demand for tests, partly because people are confused about what they'll have to pay if they get a test. Some are afraid that it will hurt. Some don't know where to find it. How long they'll have to wait. They struggled to get an appointment. So sort of the logistical challenges of finding a test that is accessible to you. That won't come with a surprise charge that will become Dribble has deterred some people from seeking them. Well, I thought I read to that. Like colleges, for example, don't necessarily want to use them all everywhere because they're not sure if the next batch will be sent to them for free. I think like the first batch was They're definitely concerns about supply chains still and and there are still some restrictions on who is eligible for a test, particularly as demand sort of ebbs and flows throughout this, and that's one of the challenges and has been throughout with testing is early on. We didn't have tests thing that was broadly available. There were further crunches in the summer as cases rose in the Sun Belt states wait time stretched out for two weeks or more. Since then, capacity has greatly increased, but there is still confusion over whether and how to seek a test on DSA. You're seeing that in the sort of gap between what's available now and what is being used even as cases rise that said, there are, you know a million million and a half test being run every day, which is far more than what we've had in the past. In the U. S. So it Z. There's some good news and there's some bad news. So is this a communication breakdown also In some ways, the U. S has taken a state led approach to determining testing needs and what an appropriate testing strategy is. So while the federal government has purchased large numbers of rapid antigen test in particular that they have sent two states for use that their description states have a lot of freedom to determine what they need, But what that means is testing criteria and testing availability varies pretty widely throughout the country. Now we're speaking with Sarah Krauss, reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Her pieces called in New Cove. It 19 surge testing and data woes Challenge US response. You reference to kind of one of these finer points. People testing Versace sample testing explain that correct. So just as there's inconsistency with availability of test from status state, there are also different approaches taken to how those states report. They're testing data, so some states report on Lee the number of people tested. Others report the number of tests run which could be One person getting multiple tests, so it's very hard to get visibility into how many people are being tested repeatedly. How many of the positive cases that we see are people getting tested multiple times? You know, but equally, you know, there are others who are tested frequently to make sure they're not infected, and they repeatedly test negative. So that would inflate the number of negative results that states report So all this amounts to a challenge and getting a national understanding of the spread of the virus. And then in turn containment efforts. Goodness talk to about the positivity rate of 5%. What does that represent? So the World Health Organization says that you should try to stay below this 5% threshold for percent positivity that percent of tests that come back positive that that threshold sort of suggests anything under that suggest you're doing enough testing to capture the spread anything above that you're not And what we've seen in the U. S. Is that the positivity rate has sort of steadily crept back up. So it was sort of under control for a while. And in recent weeks, I believe last month across that 5% threshold again, and actually, it was over 10% in the U. S. So that suggests that not enough testing is being done to capture the full extent of the spread of the virus. So does this coincide with students going back to school, whether it's college or high school or elementary or cold weather folks starting to move indoors with any kind of broad statement about that as to why we're seeing these spikes. So public health officials say there's a lot of reasons for it. One people certainly are resuming some gatherings that maybe they had held off from large family dinner parties to weddings. The weather is turning colder in some parts of the U. S. Which drives people inside. You know, we're in the summer, A lot of folks were able to gather with family outside at a distant now that's a lot more uncomfortable or a lot more logistically challenging, so people are sort of moving inside. Also just have general pandemic fatigue. At this stage. People are tired of social isolation. They're tired of distancing and all the health measures that they keep hearing about. So you have some people saying you know what Too bad. I'm just gonna go for it. And so all those factors combined plus schools, reopening universities. You know, you have this sort of compounding effect from all of those things. Thanks. Sara Sara Cross reporter at the Wall Street Journal Coming up next the hurdles for remote workers who really relocated..

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"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

"Become a reality soon and alarming surge in cases across the state means we all need to do our part to reduce the risk of spreading the virus, the possibility of another lockdown. Despairing some people to stock up even more than normal at Costco, picking up extra toilet people, for example, we heard that in some locations, panic buying of the store brand cheapie has begun, and some stores are already limiting the number. You can buy a certain items. All that aside, we checked in with some shoppers and ask them what they thought about a possible roll back. It might be a good thing, because obviously we're having another search of cases. So something has do stop them hard on people. Be hard on especially businesses. The state recorded 3345 New Cove in 19 cases over the past 48 hours and 20 Washington Farms have now been fined for not protecting workers from the virus from Cuomo's Brian Calvert, on a cruise considers what she does on the farm is essential. I'm not gonna fight will be in there for us. Things have gotten much more serious were essential workers and every day we're having to risk our lives. They also risked the lives of others when they're not protected from covert, she tells the news Tribune. I'm scared because I am diabetic, and my son has asthma. Maybe things for Ana and the other farm workers are about to change after the state Department of Labor and Industry is living thousands of dollars in fines against the farms. Violations include failure to show the farms or following state rules to protect workers, including not making employees wear masks and not keeping them at least 6 FT. Apart. Brian Calvert Co monium Come on this time about 6 34 narco traffic..

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"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"As of today, New Cove in 19 cases are rising in every state plus Washington, D C. Puerto Rico and Guam. According to the Cove it tracking project positivity rates are increasing in 36 states. Hospitalizations, European 43 states and deaths are increasing in 27. Infectious disease specialist, Dr John Brown Stains are the worst period of this pandemic. Ever since that the surgeon the Northeast Alex Stone, ABC NEWS President Trump earlier today at Arlington National Cemetery honoring military members on this Veterans Day, taking part in a wreath ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Philadelphia. President elect Joe Biden also paying tribute to those who serve and sacrifice set a memorial there. Vote count continues in a handful of undecided states in Georgia Secretary of State Brad Ravan's Burger has ordered a full hand count of all votes to address allegations of fraud there because we now have that verifiable paper ballot. For the first time in 18 years, we're gonna have something to count, so just pressing a button and getting the same answer, So we'll be counting every single piece of paper, every single ballot every single lawfully cast legal ballot. So far, the Trump campaign has launched four lawsuits that have been denied or outright dismissed in undecided states, including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Michigan. ABC is Mary Bruce also says that's raising the stakes for the transition. Privately, people close to the president tell us that he knows This race is over, and yet he is still perpetuating this false narrative and dangerously undermining a peaceful transition of power. The campaign filing Another lawsuit in Michigan today in earlier suit in Michigan State court last week was already denied by a judge for lack of evidence. The campaign says it's appealing. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital City. This is Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. I'm John Byrne, Isaiah 11 02 with your top local stories. Sacramento County is moving back to the most restrictive purple Koven tear. The change is going to affect Friday indoor Services for dining. Jim's places of worship and movie theaters will no longer be allowed. County public health officer Dr Olivia Cassie Iria says the increase in covert 19 cases stems from Halloween celebrations and outbreaks in long term care facilities. With the return to purple status, Elk Grove Unified will need a new school reopening plan. The school district had originally released a timeline for a phased return to in person instruction by early November. Those plans have It's been scrapped. Full distance learning will continue until further notice and plaster county leaders aren't happy about the state's decision to move them backwards from the orange tear to the more restrictive red here, County Supervisor Kirk Euler says it's not fair that the cases per 100,000 have the county being pushed back into the red tears. We unfortunately are moving backward in the tear because the metrics are inconsistent and Even though our positivity rate is low, Ah, and and our positive Larry is still in the orange category because we are conducting over 1000 actually about 1200 tests per day. We are discovering more cases. Plaster County recently took 50% of the cares act money it received from the federal government and gave it to small businesses.

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"new cove" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"new cove" Discussed on WTVN

"F Friday. Brandon boxers 6 37. Other day is coming Gone, and America still has no clear winner after the 2020 presidential election. We kind of joked earlier that this would probably be AH, the election month, not an election week. Also things they're buzzing this morning in Iran, central Ohio, Ohio, reporting a record almost well, 4900 plus New Cove in cases. And with Kovar. That's an issue with the right Now we want to welcome our aviation experts somewhat. I love to talk to. I've swapped e mails with him Plenty of times. Jay Ratliff. Good morning. Make it more into your brother. Hey, thanks So much for joining us from Savannah. I understand this morning. Me and my wife from Savannah and I like having a happy wife. So we spent time down here. Look, I can trade stocks and do my radio and TV bits from anywhere in the country we happen to be and Well this week. It's just outside of Savannah. Amen to that. Just a quick question. Please tell me you've sat on the Forrest Gump bench in Savannah. Have you sat on that bench? No, no, I'll get around to the next two years. Okay? Hey, let's get right to it with the essay. Though We're hearing the number of the Koven 19 cases in airport workers and even screeners. They're spiking right now. They are, and that's a concern. I mean for numbers were 2493. Since the beginning of the pandemic, But the issue is they're surging and they're surging at a time when we're taking all of these precautions around the airport. And of course, the airlines have this continual message about how safe it is to fly. Please come back to the airport, blah, blah, blah. And then we have the headlines of even with all the precautions that are being taken prevents And protect the frontline workers of the numbers are continuing to rise at an alarming pace. And that's certainly something that will keep an eye on because you would think that they would at least be during this time of such a depressed numbers of travelers. Would not be surging at the rate they are right now. Well and J with the holidays just around the corner. Is this going toe scare people already because as we jump into September passenger numbers It certainly has a look good, right? It doesn't And, you know, normally, Thanksgiving Week is the Super Bowl Week of for the airlines and get a great deal of Monday. Money. The Sunday after Thanksgiving is always the busiest. Travel day of the year on there, always adding flight to their schedule from November into December. But we're saying the exact opposite. American Airlines stated this week that they're going to cancel 50%. Other September scheduled. They're taking 100,000 flights out of their scheduled for December. And we just received the numbers for the passengers who traveled in September from the International Air Transport Association, and it was down 73% over what we had the year before. In August, we were done 75%. So I guess you know the optimist to me could say, well, it's better in September than it was in August. But Good Lord barely and we continue to see you know, pathetic numbers for travel in this upcoming holiday season, the airlines could see a significant drop in the number of people flying. And an insult to injury. Many who've made reservations or pay for those with the vouchers. They were given right in April and May on canceled flights, So these numbers don't represent additional revenue for airlines. They're losing. Billions of dollars a month. Aviation experts Jay Ratliff with us this morning on news, radio, 6 10 W TV, and, Well, this begs the question than Jae. How do these airlines possibly survive? Especially in 2021? How well they get enough money to keep him going for another 68 10 12 months which airline we're talking about? So they have access to additional cash, so they're going to be okay to survive there Going obviously have tto trend things back. There could be some more stimulus coming from the government, which is a real possibility. At this point, but the other issue is if they had two down the road, they could look a filing chapter 11 bankruptcy, which many airlines have already done, and that would buy him an additional year or two to kind of get their affairs in order. So Even though the numbers or bleach, I'm not worried about any U. S. Airlines ceasing to fly before the end of the year that don't get me wrong. They're losing money, and they're losing a lot of But at this point in time, I'm not overly concerned. But obviously we have this through the majority of next year or half of next year. We'll have to change the tone of the conversation because Airlines come on, losing that much money for lengths of time collectively around the world. So far, the airlines have lost $110 billion and those numbers continue to mount Today. We've seen the layoffs, but are there any issues with hub delays around the country? We're gonna be flying mean We've had such a great travel week. As far as weather great weather in Ohio George everywhere else, But today I have some headaches if you're falling, too, or through Seattle. Really across the country, just beautiful weather and should be an incredible date. Apply J. You're smart van. I give you a crystal ball. If you can take it, we'll take a look into the future in 2021. Do you Seymour of the same with the airline industry would travel What do you think it at this point? What's in your head? Well, if we could come up with some sort of a way to test everyone that flies for a vaccine. That's going to be the pivot point for the industry. That's when we'll start to see more people get Comfortable with the idea of okay, It's going to be okay to fly. But the question is how long they're going to take a course to reach that point. Obviously, you don't want to rush. Any vaccine has not been properly tested, and airlines. No, it's going to take time. Oh, and look, I trade stocks. Who is I followed some of these pharmaceutical companies. It takes awhile from the time that they come up with a stock to go through all the process is to get the approval from the FDA and then have to distribute it. We're talking about. It's gonna take some time. Hopefully not too much into 2021 vaccine that is effective can come in and at least begin tto bring people back to the airport. I really think until we're at that point, we're going to be struggling with some of these incredibly historic load travel numbers that we've been seeing of life. All right. Get down to the bunker Aviation expert Jay Ratliff. Go make your wife happy. Have a great day for you to take care..

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"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"new cove" Discussed on KOMO

"A team and I agree that all our evaluations and, most importantly, his clinical status support the president's safe return home. That President promises he'll be back on the campaign trail. Soon, though, his doctors say he'll still be isolated inside the White House receiving around the clock care those doctors still refusing to answer critical questions about the president's health. Including about whether there is damage to his lungs. Information the president could release if he wanted to President Trump at the top of a growing list of people who work with him or who visited the White House in recent days now testing positive his press secretary, Kayleigh Mcenany, among them. She was just seen days ago, taking off her mask to speak to reporters, sources telling ABC News. White House aides are terrified about a full blown outbreak in their ranks. Many avoiding the complex altogether. But from President Trump just a day after saying he learned a lot about Cove it, I get it, and I understand it. He's now back to downplaying it, and I know there's a risk. There's a danger, but that's okay. That's ABC. Cecilia Vega reporting the vice presidential of eight scheduled to take place in Utah tomorrow. ABC is Alex Stone reports. There is some concern over rising covert 19 numbers in that state. Utah's reporting 1100 New Cove had 19 cases and four new deaths on Monday is the mayor of Salt Lake County calls for a statewide mandatory mask order, she says her county has done just about everything it can to bring down case numbers and needs help. Utah is seeing a record number of hospitalizations and new cases rising like stone ABC News News Time 12 50 Time for your propel insurance money, updated 20 and 50 past the hour, taking a look at the stock markets and had such a good day, doubt.

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"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And 106 in the desert Right now, downtown, it is 69 degrees Coco dears time 7 11. Diego County public health officials confirming 124 New Cove in 19 cases Monday, increasing the region's totals to 46,734 cases as the county awaits the state's data for reopening today, all right, we have county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining us as he does every week, and we definitely appreciate it that how you doing, Nathan? This morning. That's 2020. You know, bullet, believe me, So you all you need to say 20 standard, right? All right. So last week, we barely avoided the dreaded purple tear. What are we looking like now? Well, we'll have to see you know, we won't know until little bit later will publicly known Total Claytor when the state releases its numbers, No. One thing that could help us this week. There was a lot of consternation about the adjustment factor, and a lot of my colleagues said. We need to get ready. Adjust, in fact that we don't want the Justin factor that's based on tested and That was put in place in large part in the early days. San Diego was doing considerably more testing that in the surrounding county, and we think we're doing more testing than we're going to be more aware, more testing that they create more cases, but it certainly makes you more aware of them. And so the state put in place a measurement where, if you doing above average testing, you get some credit. And so I actually think there's a possibility based on the testing numbers, which reported by other counties. That adjustment doctor could help us a little bit. But look, I think I think the overwhelming majority of shaving against doing everything they can do and certainly want to stay in the lowest here. I would love to see a have descending case counts of the conversation. Heading into a Tuesday. And are we going to make it in the next lower here? But we opened up an awful lot of things. At the same time, Schools were coming back. Universities coming back. Labor Day was coming. And so I, You know, I hate that we kind of created this weekly tension and stress around. You know where we're going, But what we will we should know. We'll know for certain Well, in a lot of people pointing the finger at SD s. You should they be Well, now, the fifth us you generally behind us in terms of cases where we're not seeing significant daily additions from San Diego State, and so you know, my guess is with if we end up going into purple figure out someone knew the point finger at a T end of the day community spread his community spread. And you know, the kids came here that they live in the community. 75% of the cases didn't even reside on campus and the kids who developed on campus. Certainly we're not restricted to campus. So You know, I think I think we can be made a decision to open everything up. Was warned that within a month we could be at this precipice of having a closed people. You know, I fought hard to try and avoid that situation, And I think what we face now is kind of each week. You know, we're going to come up with something there. So if it's not San Diego State of for you to go in a purple, I suspect some some other excuse. Ultimately, we need clothes. So.

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"new cove" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"new cove" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Today with New Cove in 19 Protocols in place Governor Genera Mondo is telling students everything is going to be different when school starts. She says. Structure will be critical with seating charts for classrooms, lunch and buses. Department of Health Medical director Dr James McDonald has some advice for parents when it comes to social distancing, and I, You know, I think it's a parent. If I'm trying to teach my Children what 6 Ft. Looks like I might take some colorful yarn that 6 ft. Long put that around the house or outside the yard masks will be required at school windows will be open and buses will have limited capacity. Jake Akan clause is the winner of the Democratic Fourth District Congressional Primary in Massachusetts. The noon city councilor has narrowly beat former Brookline Select board member Jesse Mur Mel more than two days after Tuesday's primary. Unofficial results show Akan close with 22% of the vote and the crowded race for the Democratic nomination to succeed Congressman Joe Kennedy. Kennedy did not seek reelection Iran for the U. S Senate, but lost Tuesday to incumbent Ed Markey. The state of Rhode Island plans to distribute a new round of supplemental federal unemployment benefits on September 12. The Lost Wages assistance program is being funded by FEMA. The Department of Labor and Training, says Rhode Islanders on any amount of unemployment for the last week of July and the first two weeks of August will receive a $900 payment. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says President Trump's comments urging North Carolina residents to vote twice was taken out of context, She said the president does not condone double voting or any unlawful voting. President suggested that voters send mail ballots and early and then attempt to vote in person to see if the mail ballot was counted. The man who killed a pro trump activist in Portland last weekend is dead. Michael Raynal was shot when a federal fugitive task force trying to arrest him in Lacy Washington last night. Earlier rain. All told Vice news he has shot and killed Aaron Danielson last Saturday. It appears the government is going to avoid a shutdown at the end of them of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Trump Administration have reportedly informally agreed to work on a stopgap funding bill. It would also be separate from ongoing talks on a new Corona virus stimulus package. The agreement was made Tuesday, but details such as how long funding would last were not released. Brian shook NBC News, radio News radio 9 21 or 47 FM sports. The Celtics lost to the Raptor. One Afford a 103 in Game three of their East semifinal in Orlando. Boston leads a Siri's to toe won..

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"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"new cove" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It was fully engulfed. Our 10 news reporting partner Mary Mackenzie has the latest as first responders try to find the missing persons have been getting on the first floor. I get a quick update, Kelly's Let me know that they are inside. They were able to approach from the sides just the first floor that you can see why? Because the roof is essentially gone. He told us there earlier that the home had essentially collapsed in on itself and so fire fighters are just now able to get in there, he said. The investigator will be going very carefully and very slowly, so as not to have any further injuries here. But again as you said, there are two people who are still missing here this morning. Two people did get out. So there were a total of four people inside the home. That's our tenders reporting partner Mary Mackenzie and we will keep you updated on this story as it continues to develop the county reporting 417 New Cove in 19 cases, bringing the total Countywide to nearly 33,000 new cases represent about 7% of the more than 6000 tests performed. For a new community outbreaks were also reported for a total of 24 outbreaks in the past seven days, more than three times what the Kelly wants to see. One knew death was reported 594 people have now died from the virus in San Diego County. Ah, couple dozen people burned face masks during a protest in Mission Bay Park. The burn Your Mask Bonfire Friday night was organized by Amber Gillis, who is denied service for not wearing a mask and a Claremont Starbucks. Protesters depicted face coverings is being used to turn neighbor against neighbor Carmen Estelle shuns masks for spiritual reasons.

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