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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The 3:59

"Masol even four G.. Or Three G. because people don't necessarily know. The FBI attacked multiple times and at the sites wetherby multiple taxation often put security in place and while they've been doing key repairs as well they've had security at personnel, lattes it to deal with anyone that comes along right in the telecom workers gain harassment. What are some of the other real world consequences? That have resulted from these attacks I mean there's been a lot of damage to property. So, most of the masts tend to be free standing. And you know I think one estimate I saw was that master being dead but bent down, it would cost about ten to fifteen thousand pounds usually to try and. Repair thought damage having some massive seven attached to buildings. And their inner, the the damage is being more widespread so. The buildings have had to be evacuated and that'd be instances where roads of to be closed. Because the big. Risk of falling over. So you know this this being that kind of damage of obviously there's been a knock-on effect on the local communities been said by those fasts. So in one case, Vodafone Masks, the was she serving one of the NHS nightingale hospitals, which is being specifically setup as a field hospital to deal with and coronavirus patients and the mass tipene. Out and should these patients in that hospital and three know other patients in paps care homes or hospitals across the country that set by these masks they've been so isolated while they being ill and in under the cash medical staff because they haven't been able to see their friends and their families Ah near as being very distressing short lots of people who have. had their contact really with outside will be cut off support for this podcast comes from at and T. Five G. FROM AT and T. is fast, reliable, secure and nationwide. So should you switch? Well, historically, those were the reasons new tech was adopted neanderthal saw that fire heated thinks fast and made their cave secure from rampaging woolly mammoths. The ancient Roman saw that the acquis were reliable and fast way to transport water. So they stopped carrying water jugs on their backs and adopted..

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

05:56 min | 10 months ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The 3:59

"A big announcement about her engagement. You are not gonna WanNa Miss It. Right in the telecom, workers gain harassment. What are some of the other real real consequences the? That have resulted from these attacks I mean there's been a lot of damage to property. So most of the masts tend to be free standing. And you know I think one estimate I saw was that in a massive been dead, but ben down It would cost about ten to fifteen thousand pounds usually to try and. Repair that damage, and but you know the helping some massive being attached to buildings. And the the the damage is being more widespread, so you know it's. The buildings have had to be evacuated and that'd be instances where roads of hat to be closed. Because the biggest. Risk of falling over. So you know this this being that kind of damage, and then of obviously, there's been a knock on effect on the local communities have been set by fasts, so in one case a vote offend masks. The was actually serving one of the NHS nightingale hospitals, which is being specifically set up as a field hospital to deal with and coronavirus patients and the. The mass tipene knocked out and today's patients in that hospital. Anti you know other patients in paps, homes or hospitals across the country that been set by these mass. They've been so isolated while being ill and in under the care of medical staff because they haven't been able to see friends and their families an near. It's being very distressing short lots of people who have. had their contact really with the outside will be cut off and to your point the irony of it. All here is that these folks are trying to take down the five networks, but really the the equipment that they've been destroyed as been hurting four G. Signal, three gene forty services right Yeah, exactly it's. Not really a way to tell unless you will, there are some. Not why follow onto very good identifying the cool kind of five G. MASTS SONATE, look out for them, and you know they can spot them. They can tell the equipment of pop most people you know what what to mass is. Whether, it's five thirty three even to either so it's still DJ equipment around as well You know so. It's not as if these attacks have necessarily affected the five G. networks that much. Likewise a lot. The agendas I spoke to you work for open reach, which in the UK is responsible for the case at telephone infrastructure, and after laying fibre broadband. That's not it's got nothing to do with the fact networks, so which is another reason that when they were fest attacks and perched about five on the street. They were very confused because they. Wasn't even that job yet. Is Interesting because I know the. Conspiracy really centers on in particular millimeter wave technology that the sort of super high frequency of version five. That's really really fast and responsive There's been a lot. There's been years of conspiracy theories senator on that, even my own. Local towns, Mommy Group had slowed that idea of the dangers of five G. A.,.

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The Leader

"During this pandemic the leader is concentrating solely on CORONA VIRUS. News and information with the opening of the incredible. Nhs Nightingale Hospital in London. We're giving you a special report from inside on how it was built in record time and what. He will do now from evening. Standard in London. I'm David Malls land. And this is the leader KUNA virus more everybody and welcome to ten of PA with unfortunately joking Ospina Amazing. The United Kingdom is a country that creates heroes out of crises. Sometimes in the most unexpected ways this is where a youtube like Joe wicks can dress spiderman and inspire millions of children to keep fit even when the Conley the homes more side less rash which fitter and stronger and faster and stronger faced with real danger. We keep our sense of humor and protect what's valuable. Our families lives already chess. You know millions at eight PM for two days in a row the UK has thrown open. Its windows stood on. Its front porches. Leaned over its balconies and clapped. The applause was for the doctors. The nurses the emergency workers who form the front line of the UK's fight against Luna virus. Some of who have already given their lives to save others. This country is being invaded by an invisible enemy bringing a risk to life on a scale. We haven't seen generations. This is how we fight back with one of the most incredible feats medical and engineering construction ever undertaken on. These shows an enormous new hospital belt in nine days it is revived to spectacular and almost unbelievable feature of work ever since an example. If everyone was needed of how the impossible could be possible. This is the story of the nineteen this way hospitals in Florence Nightingale's times were When when you when you had challenging times few stalls you needed the nurse it needed to see all the patients Once Evening Standard John Lewis John done has been behind the scenes of the newest. We're up to four thousand. Patients will be careful in. What was the Excel Centre in East London? He says the building doesn't just take its name from the feigned. Lady of the Lampoon tweeted soldiers in the Crimean war. It's very design is inspired by the ideas she had for medical ward layouts on the front line more than one hundred sixty years ago the hospital she worked in where you had this huge awards Which matrons nurses which would patrol You know keeping an eye on all the patients having good lines of sites and the geography of the place has been the logistics of the place of been nailed down no doubt with the help of the military and trying to look at the numbers on the pictures action. It's your bets are off so far Matthew riddle is a photographer who last went to the XL. When it was used for the London Olympics in two thousand twelve when I was walking in as I've been here since the Olympics so now I haven't seen the last eight years ago when the Olympics was on and I was photographed from weightlifting and I. It was kickboxing and various other sports. But yet I mean that again. Under underlines how big the places that they can have all of those various Olympic sports. It's so big. So vast and I so impressive. How open honest and the attention to detail on each bed station. I have a map of where everything has to be in each station throughout for the full thousand beds so that if anybody is a member of staff to move to another station. I know exactly. Everything is down to the syringes. The cotton buds. Whatever it's everything's identical and I thought that attention today to really impressment the rows and rows of beds surrounded by medical equipment with space for ventilator staff move swiftly through the aisles brought in from other hospitals student Nastase doctors who had retired but have now returned to help colleagues facing overwhelming odds that the numbers are scary numbers. But if I tell you that to reward. Including all of our ancillaries ancillary staff who would just as important to us without all cleaners and our admin staff we open we need two hundred members of staff. That's the hospital's Chief Operating Officer Natalie Forrest. There are more than eighty wards that means more than sixteen thousand staff will be needed. The scale is enormous but so is the problem. I think having spoken to the conditions down there Sixty doctor Allen mcclen. He's the medical director that we're expecting intensive care units Across London It's come under severe pressure imminently. John Donne says doctors feel hit that four thousand capacity very soon this hospital. The nightingale went be taking When be taking patients interstitial sense in the people when people taken off the streets of patients there will be people who have been taken to hospital by cops push on ventilator and then the capacity of the traditional hospital is exceeded a nestle people have to be formed out to the nights ago the overspill and none of this existed just nine days ago with the help of the military and with NHTSA clinicians. We will make sure that we have the capacity that we need so that everyone can get the support they need. When Health Sangre Matt Hancock announced the plans was some skepticism? It could be completed so quickly. China had of course done something similar in seven days but that's a different country. Nevertheless contractors were called in to do their duty and owned by Prince Charles during his speech to open the hospital. Something he had to do. Virtually from Buck Hall in Scotland as he recovers from the infection on behalf of the nation I will say very big thank you to the planners the builders the armed forces the generous companies organizations which have donated equipment and services at all the support staff who have made this possible to convert one of the largest national conference centers into field hospital starting with five hundred beds and the with a potential. Full thousand is quite frankly incredible. Now it's over to the medical staff. Dr Alan McLennan is the nightingales medical director so they will come to US already on a ventilator transferred in here and we will take care of them until the There is finished on. We can put into a step down facility now. That is the model at the moment. I didn't take two hundred clinicians ten days to make sure to be gone. Pretty detailed motive for this disease so we can If when when the disease burden changes for London? We can relocate immortal because his facility is flexible. She can see but we'd have to do that in a note of money. This quiet long walk from the entrance to the actual ward so going down in effect like a shopping mall really because there's restaurants either side but closed obviously and there was all me and trades people and people being trained and I just star builders plasters join. Us technicians electrician's Matthew. It'll says with some work on the building still going on. It's going to be an unusual working space for doctors man patients at least in the first few days but he says he knows. Pass me that all of the medical staff fighting. This disease have a dedication and the determination did should inspire us all my brother-in-law my sister-in-law of both frontline workers in Huddersfield and I wrote to them last night on WHATSAPP group. That we've got just said guys. How are you 'cause I've just been tonight on? It's kind of a mighty real to me. Jamie came back. She's a matron skirt team thirty five. Who normally looks after premed and last week? She was hope now. You're an ICU. Unit now and she said we feel lampson. Slow too you know. We're we're being just put front and it was being yesterday. I think that made me realize. Yeah wow what these people are doing for us to protect us is out outstanding and they should be applauded from the hill and that Salita Kaduna virus daily. We'll have more special reports along with news analysis and commentary every weekday at four. Pm has this virus pandemic continues. Please do subscribe through your podcast provider to make sure you don't miss out..

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

"Global oil price for Donnelly said U. S. oil futures surging twenty five percent they also provided the stock market with a boost after a two day tumble the Dow Jones industrials rebounded four hundred seventy points the S. and P. five hundred gained fifty six and the nasdaq leaped one hundred twenty six as most other automakers had already done for today reported a big decline in first quarter U. S. vehicle sales Ford said its sales slid twelve and a half percent from the year ago period with sales of its popular F. series pickup down more than thirteen percent that's your money now out of self isolation Britain's health secretary says the country's gearing up for the virus speak to come these are your world headlines from ABC news Matt Hancock speaking in London I've been away for a week now and I'm delighted to be back in the past week we've completed the construction of a whole new hospital the NHS nightingale hospital in London built in nine days with full thousand beds this is the equivalent of ten district general hospitals feel hospitals are also being built in Birmingham Manchester and Glasgow president Putin has ordered most Russians SA off work until the end of the month as part of a partial economic shutdown to curb the spread of the corona virus and the pandemic is expected to wipe out twenty three billion dollars in passenger revenue from airlines across the Middle East and Africa this year that's according to an assessment by the aviation industry's largest trade association I'm Tom rivers at the A. B. C. news foreign desk in London federal inspectors for the centers for Medicare and Medicaid have slapped a life care center in Kirkland with a six hundred and eleven thousand dollar fine and the threat of losing federal funding come was Carly Johnson reports at least thirty seven people died there face it started getting sick in early February but staff didn't recognize they could be corona virus and the high number of infections were not reported as required by law until late February Tim Killian with life care center blames in part a delay from the hospital who took their first patient a patient leave on the nineteenth we didn't receive those results for another I think it's eleven or twelve days staff kept getting sick they were not able to tend to the residents they told inspectors they were simply overwhelmed even as families desperate to know about their loved ones inside bags for answers the family we spent many many many hundreds of hours trying to call and get it they will lose Medicare and Medicaid funding yes life care doesn't correct the issues by September Carling.

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

"Surging twenty five percent they also provided the stock market with a boost after a two day tumble the Dow Jones industrials rebounded four hundred seventy points the S. and P. five hundred gained fifty six and the nasdaq leaped one hundred twenty six as most other automakers had already done for today reported a big decline in first quarter U. S. vehicle sales Ford said its sales slid twelve and a half percent from the year ago period with sales of its popular F. series pickup down more than thirteen percent that's your money now out of self isolation Britain's health secretary says the country's gearing up for the virus speak to come these are your world headlines from ABC news Matt Hancock speaking in London I've been away for a week now and I'm delighted to be back in the past week we've completed the construction of a whole new hospital the NHS nightingale hospital in London built in nine days with full thousand beds this is the equivalent of ten district general hospitals feel hospitals are also being built in Birmingham Manchester and Glasgow president Putin has ordered most Russians SA off work until the end of the month as part of a partial economic shutdown to curb the spread of the corona virus and the pandemic is expected to wipe out twenty three billion dollars in passenger revenue from airlines across the Middle East and Africa this year that's according to an assessment by the aviation industry's largest trade association I'm Tom rivers at the A. B. C. news foreign desk in London federal inspectors for the centers for Medicare and Medicaid have slapped a life care center in Kirkland with a six hundred and eleven thousand dollar fine and the threat of losing federal funding almost Carly Johnson reports at least thirty seven people died there face it started getting sick in early February but staff didn't recognize they could be corona virus and a high number of infections were not reported as required by law until late February Jim Killian with life care center blames in part a delay from the hospital who took their first patient a patient leave on the nineteenth we didn't receive those results for another I think it's eleven or twelve days staff kept getting sick they were not able to tend to the residence they told inspectors they were simply overwhelmed even his family's desperate to know about their loved ones inside beg for answers as a family we spent many many many hundreds of hours trying to call and get in lose Medicare and Medicaid funding yes life care doesn't correct the issues by September Carlene Johnson come on his traffic.

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on KOMO

"Futures surging twenty five percent they also provided the stock market with a boost after a two day tumble the Dow Jones industrials rebounded four hundred seventy points the S. and P. five hundred gained fifty six and the nasdaq leaped one hundred twenty six as most other automakers had already done for today reported a big decline in first quarter U. S. vehicle sales Ford said its sales slid twelve and a half percent from the year ago period with sales of its popular F. series pickup down more than thirteen percent that's your money now out of self isolation Britain's health secretary says the country is gearing up for the virus speak to come these are your world headlines from ABC news Matt Hancock speaking in London I've been away for a week now and I'm delighted to be back in the past week we've completed the construction of a whole new hospital the NHS nightingale hospital in London built in nine days with full thousand beds this is the equivalent of ten district general hospitals hospitals are also being built in Birmingham Manchester and Glasgow president Putin has ordered most Russians SA off work until the end of the month as part of a partial economic shutdown to curb the spread of the corona virus and the pandemic is expected to wipe out twenty three billion dollars in passenger revenue from airlines across the Middle East and Africa this year that's according to an assessment by the aviation industry's largest trade association I'm Tom rivers at the A. B. C. news foreign desk in London federal inspectors for the centers for Medicare and Medicaid have slapped a life care center in Kirkland with a six hundred and eleven thousand dollar fine in the front of losing federal funding almost Carly Johnson reports at least thirty seven people died there face it started getting sick in early February but staff didn't recognize they could be corona virus and the high number of infections were not reported as required by law until late February Tim Killian with life care center blames in part a delay from the hospital who took their first patient a patient leave on the nineteenth we didn't receive.

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Coming up today the UK locks down wedding planners pivot to crisis calms. And I'll take on Disney plus welcome to the wide UK podcast. You're essentially weekly catch up on all the big stories in Tech Science Business and culture. I'm your host Viki Turk and joining me today remotely from our respective homes Matt Reynolds Matt Burke just and Amick Kotla this was the week when the UK went into lockdown to try to further prevent the spread of Corona virus and stop the NHS from becoming overwhelmed with Kevin Nine hundred thousand patients. Boris Johnson announced the new measures on Monday. Night which means all non-essential shops are shut and people are to remain inside except for necessities and one form of exercise a day and it was also the week when the UK Health Secretary. Mutt hang announced that the government is turning a London Exhibition Centre into a temporary hospital to manage ovid nineteen patients so the Excel Centre in Canning town who temporarily house the NHS Nightingale Hospital which may eventually provide up to four thousand bells and expected to be set up from next week. This is also the week when a five point. Four magnitude earthquake hit the Croatian capital of Zagreb causing widespread damage to buildings and the evacuation hospitals. The event caused confusion at a time when people were being urged to remain in their homes and finally this was the week when challenger Banque resolute launched in the US. The FINTECH has more than ten million customers in Europe and is valued at more than five billion dollars but cracking the US market won't be easy. Lots of negative news unfortunately obviously Pretty much climate. At the moment anyone got a More lighthearted fact. Perhaps my burgess so this week in mice of like self working from home situation. I decided that I needed to clean the windows because basically all sat staring out of this big balcony window door all day and it was disgusting. So.

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"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"nhs nightingale hospital" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The show weeknights at nine eastern on MSNBC in Spain today the main convention center in the city of Madrid has been converted into a hospital Spain has the second worst outbreak in Europe. Right now after Italy hundreds of patients are already out this field hospital that they have set up at the Madrid Convention Center. They expect it'll be thirteen hundred by the end of this week. They then expect to scale up that facility to fifty five hundred patients as soon as they can at which point to the Convention Center in Madrid. Spain will be one of the largest hospitals in the entire world. Here's The New York Times. International Chart of where countries are at in there right now. This shows the death rates the deaths over time in various countries country. China of course is the country that has had this crisis the longest. That's their long navy. Blue Line there. They obviously had a ton of deaths That scaled up rapidly but they have since flattened out their death rate dramatically. You see Italy up there at the top in Europe with the worst epidemic. Now in the worst one by far in Europe and then you see Spain close on Italy's heels and if you look at the curve for Spain it's just on an incredibly steep curve. The total deaths in Spain are doubling every three days and what are curve is exactly the same shape. Spain's right now we here. In the United States have a curve. That is worse than Italy's and that is exactly parallel with Spain. Are Death Rate. Is Rising justice steeply as there's this here in the United States are death rate is doubling every three days as well now in Madrid that worst hit parts of Spain? They are not only turn to the Convention Center into what will be one of the world's largest hospitals. They've also turn the city ice rink into a huge morgue because normal morgue facilities cannot handle this kind of volume not all at once. Not like this and our closest overseas ally. In Great Britain there was a very slow start. In terms of government efforts to try to contain the virus they initially set off on a i Kana classic course where they weren't gonNA try too hard to stop it. They now have recognized. That was a bad idea and they are making up for lost time. In Britain they are converting a big Expo Center in east London from something that was called the Excel Centre To now we'll be four thousand bed mega hospital that instead will be called the NHS Nightingale hospital the UK has now asked former staff who used to work at the National Health Service. To please come back. Please come back and work at the NHL again because they are needed. Twelve thousand doctors and nurses and other health workers in the UK have answered that call and said that they will come back in the UK. There also moving final year MED students and nursing students out of school and into service as frontline health workers the British government has also asked for two hundred and fifty thousand British citizens to come forward as volunteers just people from the general population. They want a quarter million British citizens to come forward to volunteer to try to support their NHS support the national how service there to keep it from collapsing and in the UK. They are finally asking the public. They're now telling the public that this is real and the time is now again. They had a very slow start in Britain. Boris Johnson's government had weird ideas about it from the outset but now they have changed course and they are not messing around as of today all non essential public buildings and facilities are closed in Great Britain including things like churches and libraries and outdoor playgrounds. Weddings are cancelled. Baptisms are all canceled and finally in Britain. Finally now there is a national stay at home order and the delay in Britain will prove to be costly. It's probably this kind of government action that we're now seeing in. Britain is probably too late to have stopped a huge epidemic in the UK. They had more than eighty deaths announced in the past twenty four hours but taking these steps today is better than taking them tomorrow. Yesterday would have been better than today. Last week would have been better than yesterday. Last month would have been better than last week but we do what we can with the leadership that we have and with the information that we have in Baltimore Maryland today. Maryland's governor toured the new field hospital. That's been set up at the Baltimore Convention Center and in Nearby Hotel. It's been built with the help of the National Guard and the Army Corps of Engineers. That's going to be nine hundred beds. Fourteen hundred more in the next month in Florida where the response has been slow. There is not a statewide. Stay at home order. They kept the beaches open for spring break parties. They closed them in sequence. They finally started to close them. There's a huge elderly population in Florida. That may soon be encouraged by the state's government to maybe start staying home. But Hey no rush. There's still no statewide order to stay at home for anybody or about closing any non essential businesses but nevertheless and Miami. Dade they know what's coming they did start putting up one new field hospital in Miami Dade. It's at the fairgrounds. Were the Miami. Dade Youth Fair was going to be held. That was canceled. Now it's going to be a hospital with two hundred and fifty hospital beds. Two hundred and fifty beds that. That's good Florida. May well end up needing tens of thousands of extra hospital beds but starting with two fifty. Miami has at least started putting drops in the bucket. All the state wide response. Putters long and governor Disentis and Florida says. He doesn't think he needs to do. More F- The World Health Organization today said that the United States is experiencing such a quote very large acceleration in Corona virus infections. Right now that the United States could become the new epicenter of the global pandemic. Why has that not resulted in a national level response to try to slow it down that I mean historians will tell that better than we do? We all have our suspicions. We can tell how it looks but there has not been a national unified effort to try to slow down this pandemic in this country. I mean when when the Financial Times in London posts daily charts of. How various countries are faring in this pandemic? They're doing a great job. In terms of data visual that visualization and putting this information out there the Financial Times has posting their latest graphs with these stork little notes about how the US is doing. Us case count continues to set the pace. Us death curve continues to steepen with no national lockdown. We have no national policy on this at all. Even the surgeon general from the trump administration appears to be flummoxed that Americans don't all have a national message that we need to be responding as a country all of us that we all now need to be subject to the kinds of roles. That will slow this thing down. And ultimately in the end save thousands potentially tens of thousands potentially hundreds of thousands potentially millions of American lives. I want America to understand this week. It's GONNA get bad and we really need to come together as a nation. I heard the story that you were just playing young people out on beaches we see here in DC district set up a camp for people to watch the cherry blossoms. You look on the Cam you see more people walking around the cherry blossoms and this is how the spread is occurring. And so we really really play. I think that there are a lot of people are doing the right things but I think that. Unfortunately we're finding out a lot of people think this can't happen to them. Everyone needs to be taking the right steps right now and that means stay at home. Everybody needs to be taking the right steps. That means stay at home. The Surgeon General says. We really really really need everyone to stay at home. Everyone says the surgeon general of the United States but that is not the policy of the United States. Would everybody stay at home one if you live in Florida for example or Missouri or Mississippi? The state's governor in each of those states says he doesn't feel like setting that kind of a rule. So why would you? I mean there's the surgeon general saying we really really need everyone to stay at home. Unfortunately we're finding out a lot of people think this can't happen to them. Everyone needs to be taking the right steps right now. That means stay at home everyone. Well you know who thinks it can't happen to them a lot of governors in this country who are in control of what is happening in their states and they do not see it as a big enough problem to justify statewide action in Missouri for example State Medical Association rate wrote to that State's governor today asking basically begging for statewide shelter in place order quote. Dear Governor Parson on behalf of the physicians and Surgeons Practicing Missouri the Missouri State Medical Association requests enactment of a shelter in place requirement. By executive order we understand the interwoven policy issues at play during this critical time. However we now believe that a statewide shelter in place order is the only way to curb the exponential spread of.

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