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"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

"South to Lito. Police Lieutenant Daniel Gerkin said. Officers believe the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute, Maura said to be the boyfriend of the Children's mother. I'm Sean Gallagher Bond is $3 million for Adam Coy, the former Columbus police officer who has been indicted on four counts in the shooting death. Oven on our man. Coy's defense said that the bond is too high. The family of victim Andre Hill says they wanted no bonnet. All Ohio's department Health says about 3600 new cases of coronavirus were reported between Thursday and Friday, bringing statewide total since the beginning of the pandemic to 914,530 cases. Hi. Lieutenant Governor John Houston was asked Friday on Columbus is 6 10 W. TV, and if he thinks the former state health director Amy Act and will run for the U. S Senate, I'm probably going to stay out of commenting about those things will see it. We'll see if he me actually runs for the Senate and But it's you know, it's a tough business for any for public office. And you know, I wish her well, if that's indeed what she decides, But I certainly will be supporting the Republican. Yeah, right. Right. Yeah. State Republican share. Jean Temkin has announced she's resigning that job, and she's expected to run for the U. S. Senate. Ohio U. S. Senator Sherrod Brown is scolding another lawmaker for not wearing a face mask on the floor of the Senate. The Ohio Democrat called out Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky during a budget debate, saying show the respect to his colleagues to wear a mask. Paul, who tested positive for cocaine. 19 last year did not respond. I'm Tom More quick update of the headlines.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"See anything, though, just give us a call it 4 to 1 63 97. Now the ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Hello, everyone overnight. We'll see some scattered snow showers and also will be dealing with some icy roads. So be careful. The low 28 Monday is gonna be a cold day. It's gonna feel like the teens are high will be around 31. We'll also see occasional snow showers during the day from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Sherry Hughes. News radio 700 WLW. The radar is showing a rain snow mix across the tri state and we have some rain going on here in the Queen City. It's currently 35 degrees The Ohio Department health reported over 3000 new cases of covert 19 today. 54 more fatalities and 80 new hospitalizations were also a part of that report Thursday afternoon. Oh hives government, the wind shifted the state's curfew from 10 to 11. The governor says that declining hospitalizations are the reason that that move happened. If hospitalizations are below 3000 for a week straight. That curfew is going to change the midnight for two weeks. It topple. If hospitalizations go below 2500 for the next seven straight days, that curfew was gonna end and tax time is right around the corner. Here's what you need to know. As you get ready to file your taxes, check to see if you've received a 10 99 for unemployment benefits. If you didn't actually file for unemployment or get it, You may be the victim of identity fraud. We've been hearing about these cases here in Cincinnati for several weeks, people filing.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW radar shows clear Sunny skies. It is 36 degrees right now. Hamilton County is that level for purple alert, and it's expected to stay that way when Ohio updates its county by county map tomorrow, Health Commissioner Greg Testament With an update earlier today, while we are in the middle of being purple and still in the middle of this pandemic, please continue to mask social distance and wash your hands. This is how we'll keep our seniors and our population healthy. Until we can get vaccine for everyone who wants it on the county commissioner do these three house has announced a partnership with the county Board of Elections. That facility in Norwood is going to be using the space set up for early voting in order to give covert vaccines. AZM orbit come available following two days of mostly below average covert numbers. The Ohio Department health today saying there are more than 400 new hospitalizations and nearly 40 new ICU admissions since yesterday, 73 new death reports now pushing the state to roughly 1400 covert fatalities just since this year began in Kentucky. The testing positivity rate is just about 11% 49 new deaths reported in the Commonwealth today on Wall Street. Today, the Dow closing up 258 points the NASDAQ Up to 60 and the S and P Up. 53 news radio 700 wlw. Sports College Basketball News. Xavier's Big East game against Georgetown, set for next Wednesday has been postponed due to covert 19 issues within the Hoyas.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

"After months of waiting on Capitol Hill, Congress reached a deal over the weekend on a $900 billion coronavirus stimulus package. Top congressional leaders say they have reached an agreement on a coronavirus relief measure that has taken months to negotiate. Our purpose has always been Crush the virus to put money in the pockets of the American people, which we do in this legislation. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expect bipartisan support for a $900 billion pandemic aid package. It includes loans, grants and incentives for businesses. Additional unemployment assistance in $600 stimulus checks. The pandemic relief will be tied to a $1.5 trillion government funding package expected to be approved by the House and Senate Monday. In Washington. Jared Halpern, Fox news Over the weekend. U. S Surgeon general Dr Jerome Adams virtually met with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine on Saturday and announced additional deliveries of a visor vaccine this Weld this week, as well as the newly appointed approved vaccine from Madonna, 95% effective and I want you to ask questions. I want you to know it's okay to have questions. What is not OK is to let misinformation cause you to make a decision, which is going to be bad for your health or your family's house or your community's health. The Ohio Department Health reported there were over 8377 new coronavirus cases reported around the state yesterday. With 16 new coronavirus related deaths. Jupiter and Saturn are coming together tonight to create a very rare event. Today is the winter solstice. But it's the start of a cosmic phenomenon. Jupiter and Saturn will appear right next to one another looking like a double planet. If you look through a telescope, you will see both planets and their many moons. Scientists say the planets may also have aligned in this manner in the year to be C e. And that it could have been what many refer to as the Bethlehem Star. If you miss this site this year, you can try again in 2080 or in the dawn of the 25th century. Evan Brown Fox News Radio 6 10 W TVN Sports Buckeye Football Update from Anthony Thomas. Chocolate Buckeyes Buckeyes. Aaron is the number three seed in the college football playoff. So take on two seed Clemson in the all State Sugar Bowl. The NHL is back in an agreement with the league and the NHL Players Association. Announced yesterday. The season will officially begin January. 1st 2021 the blue Jackets will begin their 20th season on January 13th part of the 56 game season to run through May. 8th Monday night Football Tonight stealers Take on the Bangles Kickoff is at 8 15 from the central Ohio $100 Sports Desk. My campaign a news radio 6 10 w T v N and both the mega millions in the Powerball jackpot, sir over $300 million the next two mega million's drawings Tuesday night..

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Those hospitals along with us you Wexner Medical Center and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Were selected based on geography population. Access to alter cold storage capacity. Next week. We hope Um Madonna is approved. That we will see vaccines going to many, many hospitals throughout the state of Ohio. Also want to mention that is covert 19 vaccines continued to come into Ohio. We're pleased to announce that Cardinal Health Poppy freight logistics business will work with the Ohio National Guard. And the Ohio Department health to help us provide same day delivery services. Once the vaccine is widely available. This partnership or allows to ship the vaccine to approximately 350 locations across the state. S O. That is very good news as well as you may recall when we talked about the National Guard and when friends went out there, and I went out there to look at them practicing. Um These units many times come in adviser, 975 unit doses, so some of those have to be broken out to go into the smaller into the smaller communities. On. That's what will be happening. The guard will be doing that. I'm also pleased to announce today that the CDC has invited Ohio To participate in early scaled launch of vaccines. And nursing homes. As we reported before, we had been scheduled to start this on the 21st day of the month, and that would be Monday. Monday, December 21st in partnership with pharmacy providers. But as part of this scaled approach Heil will begin vaccination in 10. 5 to 10 nursing homes starting this Friday, so we expect to start nursing homes this Friday in Ohio. Our team is working out the details of word when those vaccinations will happen. Let me say in regards and who are nursing homes. Um You will be called. And this is really this point, a matter of simply scheduled nursing home's air on same priority, But the scheduling is something that the pharmaceutical excuse me that the Pharmaceutical companies. Will be actually doing so. CBS, for example, will be doing this Aziz well as the three other companies that air Handling of the vaccinations in our nursing homes. They were thankful to have with us. Dr. Andy Thomas, the chief medical officer at Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. And Dr Mercy. Dixon, one of the first vaccine recipients from Ohio State. She's a third year emergency room resident. Friend. I were able to watch these first vaccines being administered. On Skype from the statehouse, something that frankly will never forget. Dr. Thomas. Thanks for being with us again how things go today. Ever. Thank you so much for having Dr Dixon and I hear today if you're representing highest state. It went incredibly well. Today. The UPS truck is shown in the video arrived nearly on time. We were prepared. And soon after our pharmacy colleagues got the vaccine ready for injection. We had decided when we found out over the weekend that we were getting back seeing today to do a dry run of AH Group of individuals. Some are high risk employees. So those that work in the emergency departments and those that work in our intense some of our intensive care units as you've described We don't have enough vaccine in this first allocation to cover all those populations. But the good news is with journal vaccine coming next week. We're gonna be much closer to covering all of our high risk. Employees, But we had just a terrific day with 30 individuals being vaccinated. It was a dry run Tau the check in process the releases that need to be signed and so forth. To make sure that all of our processors are in place to hit the ground running tomorrow with what we are first full day of vaccination at Ohio State. So, Doctor, I believe you as well as the other hospitals or getting 975 doses this week. You got those today grand? I had the chance to see those pull up to the Loading dock. That was pretty pretty exciting, eh? So you will be Starting back in on this number again tomorrow. Is that right? Correct. We have three different vaccine locations, one on our East campus, one on our main campus and then one just north of the Columbus campus, said our Ackerman road administrative facilities, so we'll be moving from location to location throughout the week. Andre. We moving through hundreds more employees over the course of the next few days, So we look forward once again to that allocation for next week and look forward later this week, too, inviting. Really thousands of more of those higher risk employees to sign up to be vaccinated over the next couple of weeks. Next week will will be exciting because we'll be expanding beyond the 10 hospitals to more hospitals throughout the state of Ohio, and they will be prioritizing those who are most at risk in the health care community. So that's that's exciting. Um Contradiction. Thank you for joining us. Thank you so much Governor for having me here. I'm very excited to be here. So you got you got a shot today, huh? I did. I got a shot today. Yeah. How'd it go? We went fantastic. Uh, painless. Um, unlike usual. Tell it. Tell us what you tell us what you do. What do you do every day? Sure. So I am an emergency medicine resident physician in my final year. S O daily in emergency room. We tend to care for the most often the most vulnerable in our population. Some of the sickest people come to us and daily. I get you take care of multiple Corbett patients as well asses other my colleagues, including residents, other staff and providers. Well, that's great. Well, you represent a lot of people who are doing a lot of lot of great work across the state of Ohio and we can't wait till we get all them vaccinated. So thank you very, very much for We're being part of that today on thank you for what you do Each and every day to take care of our patients are some of our sickest people, many of whom are covert covert patients. Appreciate it very much. Thank you. I'm grateful to be able to do that. Let's go to Cincinnati University since Annika meant medical center We're joined again today by Dr Lofgren. President You see Health in Cincinnati, A Zwelling Caitlin Kaufman, one of the first vaccine recipients of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. But Caitlin Isa respiratory therapist providing critical care to covert 19 patients,.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the rise in Corona virus cases. In Ohio. There continues to be a backlog and reporting new cases leaving and complete data again. In Saturday's covered 19 report. The Ohio Department health reported 7863 new cases of coronavirus Saturday down 1000 from Friday, but they also say Saturday data is incomplete because thousands of cases across Ohio are pending review. It's been a situation many days this past week, the state saying that local health departments are having more issues than ever before in trying to keep up with the number of cases in their counties and cities. I'm Tom Moore, these second highest number of daily covered 19 cases were reported out of Kentucky this afternoon Governor Andy Bashir in a Facebook video announcing 3711. You have a positivity rate today of 9.14% Way too high 202 Kentucky ins on a ventilator fighting for their lives and 370. In the ICU. 21 New desk for also announced Saturday in Kentucky. He was radio 700 WLW Sports College football number seven. You see, exercising some past demons down in Florida They beat UCF Saturday 36 to 33 years. They improved to a two no quarterback Desmond redder with two passing into rushing touchdown sterling for 338 yards while rushing for 57. Running back Jared Doakes coming close to the 100 yard mark. He rushed for 97 yards. Top 25 scores from Saturday number one Alabama all over Kentucky, 63 3. Number two Notre Dame was gonna buy this week. Number three. Ohio State Beat Number nine Indiana 40 to 35 2 games had to be postponed to the Cove it in the top five. Number four Clemson's game against Florida State number five Texas A and M against Ole Miss. Number six. Florida beats Vanderbilt 38 17 number eight BYU all over North Alabama 66 14 Big 10 number 19 Northwestern, December 10 Wisconsin 17 7 number 11 Oregon Beets. U C L A 38 35 Every 13, Georgia edgy now. Mississippi State 31 24 Coastal Carolina beats Appalachian State 34 23. In Bedlam number 16 Oklahoma Beats number 14 Oklahoma State 41 13. It's the sixth straight win in the rivalry game for the Sooners number. 15 R C is being number 21 Liberty is upset by North Carolina State 15 14 number 17, Iowa State shuts out Kansas State 45 Nothing. Number 23 Auburn over Tennessee, 30 to 17. The Bangles are on the road this afternoon to take on the Washington football team. Kickoff of one o'clock here on your home of the best Bangles coverage. Our next update is it to 30? I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700 wlw Know what game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance? Ready? Go. So, um Have you noticed how Everyone's grammar is completely awful. Now, like, you know, the texting in the helo. L's whatever.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"700 wlw. Well, the Dow closed up almost a full 3% after Fizer announced a covert vaccine, which prevents more than 90% of infections. Since any Children's hospital was one of four trial site starting back in the May and one of every 375, Ohio residents now have tested positive for Kobe and the health experts are saying it's going to be a really, really dark winter. Unless we change course, we have the highest number of per capita cases locally since the pandemic began. Those two things air Coming at odds with one another. We have a vaccine. It's looks like it's a go, possibly and where you're now. Peking. Let me go to Dr Karl Fictive bomb He's at U. C. College of medicine. He's their infectious disease guy. Doctor after I you doing? How's everything? I'm good. How are you? I'm doing. I'm doing fine. Thanks again for joining Appreciate it. Let's start with the rates. I think we're I don't know for doing the we did the thing today where they're going to announce the latest rates in that and we seemingly are flirting with purple around here. I know all counties in the Cincinnati Greater Cincinnati area are about as bad as you can get. How much worse do you guys see this? Becoming, let's say over the holidays, for example. I think that there's going to be continue Transmission. We're seeing a lot of Young people with infections and their own school and they're coming home to the families and lots of people getting infected and I think that's going to continue. I think that some people have lost their resolve for wearing masks and social distancing. And so you know, we really need to double down and try to Keep our social distance and where our masks and watch your hands and do our best to slow this down. One Health department official Ohio Department Health said that if these numbers continue in this direction unabated that we're going to look like New York did back in the spring. Would you agree that about? Well, we are starting to fill up our hospital, and I think that When we have more and more people being infected, more import people. They're going to get sick and need the hospital and, ah, it's goingto stress are Healthcare systems on all of them are preparing right now for that stress. And I think it's concerning. Yeah, let's let's get to the good news, though. Here Pfizer eyes asking the FDA Food and Drug Administration for emergency authorization of a vaccine. The two goes vaccine as far you understand how so obviously it comes in two phases. How would that work? Well, five is going to ask them soon. They haven't asked yet because they have to get A little bit more safety data, um, that the FDA requires But in a few weeks they will have a sufficient amount of information, and they will go to the FDA to ask for an emergency use once they get that. There is an ability to distribute that vaccine, but they have to manufacture it has to be given in two doses. And they are not gonna have that many produced right away. So it's going to take awhile to ramp up production and to be able to get millions and millions of doses available for the public. That's a thing right is maybe finding the vaccine for Cove it But there's a lot of questions between here and there right in the fact that was developed in about six months, right? I talked to you. I talked to other infectious disease professionals, and they said, Usually these things take about two years. Maybe you can get it down 18 months or less. But to be Highland like that have something in six months and Here we go. It's six months. Are you surprised at how quickly this was developed? Well, I think we put all of our effort into it. It's kind of like a Manhattan project project to put a person on the moon. And you know, when you put all the resources you put all the best scientists together. And you create the trials right away and you get them enrolled quickly. I think you can. Demonstrate that we can move science along faster and it can still be safe. So I think the issue is really making sure we find enough vaccines that works. So risers one. But there are, you know, at least 4 to 8 other center being tested worldwide. That we should hopefully have results from in the next couple of months, a swell and it'll be good if we have just more more than one vaccine so that we can get production going in multiple facilities. Yeah, I was reading. There's something like 11 vaccines and light states trials right now for here in the U. S. And obviously there's worldwide. But you were you think about Madonna. I think that's the other one that uses similar technology. And I guess we're expecting their results out in a month or so. I think their results will be a little sooner than that. But I expect to see a preliminary look and we'll see Diddy. Do you know something? Do you have a stake in modern idea area on the board of directors? You know, sometimes you think I'm a terrible poker player Actor. I don't know in it. I'm just hopeful that we see one vaccine. It would be great to see the second one with the same kind of results because science is about reproducing results. If you could do something over and over again, then it's probably true. If it happens one time, then who knows? So it's really, really important that next study come out. And that we see something kind of similar and also we have to wait until this gets out a few months because very preliminary data 90% early on, But that's only with a 2 to 3. Months of Observation of patients who have been fully vaccinated with five certain and I think we'd all like to be happier and see more data like six months. To see if the effect is lasting. And if the benefit is still there after six months time. I think that will be the proof that we're all really looking for. That's the thing is, we're not going to know how many boosters if you will, you're going to need because there's a lot of questions. They're right and it depends how fast the strain mutates. Like. For example, the common cold att mutate so fast that we That's why we can't vaccinate for the coal because it just continued to mutate way ahead of any any drug. We may give. It were worried if that is a trait case, but it doesn't look like it's that way with Corona virus doesn't Well, we don't know yet. I think it's too soon to say. I think that you know whether it mutates or not. I think what we're really looking for is there's still persistent immunity. At that six months time, period and or are there more cases they're just going to eventually accumulate? I think that's what we need to know beyond the preliminary data. So it's great that we're seeing this. I'm very Happy and excited about it. I think it is encouraging news during a pandemic when we haven't had that much encouraging news, so it's good to hear something positive. And I look forward to the next study in the further analyses and also for five to present their data more publicly. Dr Karl Fiction bomb is infectious diseases at UC College of Medicine Talking about A bombshell yesterday because the markets to just go crazy and the one bit of.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

Columbus Concerns

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Columbus Concerns

"And so in these unprecedented and times is the ohio department. Health fights the pandemic with its partners at the local level. It's equally essential that we continue to support the department's core mission and work and provide the necessary medical management administrative expertise necessary for the department who run as well as it possibly can. This is a critical time. Good women and man at our department of health have been working non stop since the beginning of the year to fight the virus as have their partners at the local level and i salute all of them. They're dedicated and committed and care passionately about protecting all of us in ohio. I'm grateful for what each one of you do every single day. I've said before that. This is a sporting event football game basketball game. And we're sort at halftime. There's no pause in the action but we're sort of halfway through. We are preparing to get a vaccine out. We're also dealing with the most serious surge that we've seen thus far in the virus and so now is the time to bring in reinforcements to the team to go on the offense and to put more players out on the field especially as we prepare for the arrival in distribution the vaccine. Now's the time the game where we need to surge in back on the field do everything we can to defeat or opponent will win this fight and we will win it together. In the letter that i sat to all highlands on sunday said once the election's over we've got a refocus efforts on this virus virus doesn't care if we voted for donald trump doesn't care. We voted for joe. Biden is coming after all of us. What we have in common is a desire to keep our kids in school desire to keep our grandparents safe in homes and desire to keep our hospitals open and functioning so that matter what the problem is there's room in the hospitals. These are common goals. That bring us together is ohioans. Every single day and governor to wine on the worsening numbers for corona virus in the state of ohio. This week. i'm mark news. Thanks so much for joining us today. On columbus concerns thanks for listening to columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of north american broadcasting. You can send questions or comments about today's show to columbus concerns in care of these station. Fourteen fifty eight dublin road columbus forward three two one five or email said columbus concerns at nap co media dot com america's talking to fox news as the chili fall weather roles in we wanna know. What's your favorite comfort. Food tackles own frozen yogurt. I like to drink. Cocoa favorite comfort. Food is chicken casserole was worm. You can get them. We'll talk of tips or like strawberries or anything. french fries. chocolate favorite comfort. Food is macaroni and cheese and banana pudding meatloaf mashed potatoes cord prescott homemade vegetables so calls. I like spaghetti and a nice chris. Salvage chicken potpie. Alice shrimp nudo. How much mellow prime rib and roasted potatoes. It reminds me and family dinners with my dad was still alive. Macaroni and cheese rookie barbecue baby back ribs. Chicken and noodles homemade ice cream. Chicken fingers is salted carl ice cream. I love salted caramel cheese k. Go into schmear taco bell for any kind of fried food. America's talking to fox news as your child swallowed your medicine your laundry detergent. Your nail polish remover. Call the poison. Help line have you inhaled paint thinner. Glue pesticides call the poison. Help line have a question about a a fume something. Your kid just drank call. The poison help line poisonings can happen at the home on the job or immigrate outdoors. Call the poison. Help line first for fast. Free advice from medical professionals call one eight hundred two two two one two two anytime anywhere. One eight hundred two one two two save the number save a life brought to you by the us department of health and human services red patients attempt one had an infection on becoming except antibiotic started bed. Ready lift move in infections. Could lead to a deadly chain-reaction in your body called sepsis very quickly substance could cause tissue damage foregin failure and even death. If you know the risks can spot the symptoms and act fast. Then you can get ahead of sepsis or more at cdc dot gov slash sepsis..

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"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on WTVN

"In Atlanta order Georgia to extend its deadline for accepting mail in ballots until three days after the November election. As long as they're postmarked by election Day, Texas sued Houston, trying to stop it from sending mail in ballot applications. More than two million registered voters. The crew of four bailed out before their spy plane crashed on Virginia's Eastern Shore during a U. S Navy training flight, the U. S Navy confirming it's an E to see Hawkeye conducting a training flight. Incredibly, officials say the two pilots and two crew members bailed out safely photos from the scene showing some of the survivors apparently uninjured. Their parachutes saving their law. ABC is Geo Benitez, the world surpassed 25 million cases of covert 19. Here in the US signs of life and once hard hit New Jersey, where the governor Phil Murphy, is allowing the resumption of indoor dining occupancy capped at 25%. There is no room for error and no excuse for being a knucklehead. Let's enjoy eating indoors again, or going to a movie or celebrating with our friends safely. And responsibly. The US has fully 1/4 of the world's Cove In 19 cases, you're listening to ABC News The Ohio Department health Reporting to center 900 nuke Over 19 cases today continued as 59 you hospitalizations and 72 admissions. All four indicators fell below their 21 Day trends. Summit County Board of Health introducing a new mass mandate over the weekend, health officials past in order requiring people to wear a mask or face covering. Most public places stood at the cova 19 pandemic. The order calls for businesses in the county to enforce the mandate among their employees and customers. Those who fail to comply could face $100 fine in the county, Ohio, currently has a statewide mass mandate in place in Fulton County Sheriff's Office and FBI today searched the property of James were Lee, the man convicted of killing Sierra jargon, Sheriff Roy Miller and release said quote the Fulton County Sheriff's Office along with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Is continuing to investigate matters involving James Wehrli. The FBI's evidence response team is unseen to assistant collection of any evidence. If there is any located, the investigation into Mr Worley continues, and no further information can be discussed at this time in 2016 jogging was abducted during a bike ride and days later was found dead in a cornfield near world is property jog. His DNA was found on war least motorcycle helmet and his barn in 2018. He was found guilty on all 17 counts brought against him. And was sentenced to death, originally set to be executed in June. 2019 along appeals process has the latest death date. In July, a settlement awarded Morley's property to John's family for the remainder of the election cycle. The United States Postal Service will soon send mail from the Toledo area to Cleveland to be sorted. Normally that mail is sent to a facility in Michigan. But starting September 16th that is changing after US Congressman Bob Ladder made the request in June, but his office says nearly 1000 absentee ballots were lost her very delayed in the 2016 election, and this could all be traced back to the sorting facility in Michigan. Ohio secretary of state. Frankly, Rose also requested all balance in the Buckeye State be sorted in state this year. I'm Sean Gallagher from around.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Then, if private owner says a condition of doing business once customers or employees to wear a mask, isn't it there and maybe not their duty, but it's your obligation to comply with mask wearing if where you go demands it. Willie. I fully support private business has put in place whatever regulations they want to put in place if they want to require mass. I'm fine with that. And if you and others want to wear masks wherever you go, I'm fine without too I'm pro choice when it comes to math, But I'm not fine with is the governor taken it upon himself. One man who are you know, in conjunction with the Department of Health. Making the broad sweeping rules to control the lives of every highland. That's what I have an objection to this popularity play into this when you impeach your governor, according to media accounts, he's got 75% approval rating among all Ohioans, anyone percent among Republican 68% among Democrats overall 75%. This is the most popular governor maybe we've ever had Does that play into your decision making? It does not. But it might play into the decision making of my colleagues. I mean, I saw some poles that were from a couple of months ago that showed him high is, you know 80% approval? I did find out to be a head scratcher. But I can tell you based on at least the last couple weeks is the phone calls and letters to my office have accelerated and you know, and on Facebook, which I would never somewhat of an echo chamber. There's a lot of demands out there that in fact, I'll tell you this, Willy. I remember it. Well, even some time ago, there was a constituent of mine that was saying, you know, you know, early on. I agreed with all this that the governor has done, and but but now it has gone too far. And, you know, we need to be backing off all these regulations. That was months ago. So more and more people are saying, you know, enough is enough. The governor was just gone too far. It's time to get Ohio back on the right track. Can you layout for the American people? The procedure? Have the articles yet been officially filed in the clerk's office of the House of Representatives. But they have not. I have. Ah, it's what's called a working draft and it could get submitted as is and there's still opportunity even make some changes to it, which I'm not opposed to doing. So what would happen if one wants it is filed with the clerk office than that closes the window for people to sign on as co sponsors, So I don't have a timeline for when I'm going to do that. I'm thinking maybe for a couple of weeks anyway, so we just kind of open ended. The Afghan people to go to impeach the wine dot com then look on there to see if your state representative is ACO spots or or not a co sponsor. And then there's the opportunity there. Tio punching your name and address and send your state representative. And so, Yeah, I'm gonna hold off for a couple weeks on this and see how many co sponsors I get to see what kind of interest there is. Then I will officially filed with the clerk's office. So you need 51. How many Democrats are there in the house about about 40? Ah 39. What the way of the 38 baby 38. So you need 38 Democrats and 13 Republicans. How many have signed onto your bill of impeachment against the wind? At this point, I think I hear God. Ah, yeah, There has been much opportunity yet, but so far, I think only three Not over Democrats, according to media accounts. I don't know you know the media's hardly ever wrong. The three initial backers are Republican Candice Keller of Middletown, Paul's ELT, winger of Ah Mason and Nina Vote tally of ER Banna. Have they signed on? Those three are in your four. And if there's 38, that's 50. That's 42. So you're only about eight short of impeaching DeWine. Well, that's if the governor if that's what the Democrats want to get on board. We'll see. What can the governor do to placate the eruptions happening in the house and against his behavior? Is governors anything? Mike DeWine? If the wind would call you and say, let's get together. How can we mediate this thing? Are you open to the words from the governor? Well, I'm always open to conversations with anybody on any topic, But now I think that ship has sailed a long time ago. We've given a governor ample opportunity to work with us. We've tried to work with them. And always, something done is, um is is put some in our eye and, Ah, you know, I just don't see that happening. But if he wants to sit down and talk, I'm open for that. Is this the governor? I assume you voted for about two years ago? Is this behaviour consistent with what Mike DeWine has done Political I say not Mike DeWine I've known for 35 years. Is kind of a conciliator Get together he got with Senator Ted Kennedy. He'll get with Democrats Republicans to work things out. When he was attorney general. For eight years. He was often on the air with me and many others talking about law enforcement. He was a conciliator talked to sheriff talk to be C I. And now is governor. This thing happened and he's Some have, said Imperial Imperial governor. Some have said that he's acting like a ruler or not a governor. Are you disappointed by any of this? Well disappointed by Ah lot of it. You know if you think back to when he was a U. S senator Hey, did a lot of things that were Ah, you know, very contrary to conservatives, A lot of people didn't like him. Then course you lost reelection. He redeemed himself his attorney general, He was a great party general. And then when he took over as governor, I mean, there was a lot of questions and, you know, I was willing to give him the benefit of doubt. He wasn't my first choice in the primary, but the general election. He certainly was a CZ governor. I guess my biggest concern with him early on that all I heard him want to do is spend more money. Try to go to Columbus to take more money from the people and spend it. You know, I went there to try to cut spending and cut taxes, So he and I were never on the same page when it comes to spending money, But now that he's become dictators or wine, this is just out of control. Nobody ever thought like the wind would become the tyrant that he lastly state representative John Becker. If the governor comes to the Legislature, of course, the whole Householder incidents throwing things in complete turmoil. But if the governor would come to the House and the Senate, get together the leadership and say, Let's work on legislation together to give the governor of these temporary powers where you're receptive to that. Yes, Yes. In fact, one of those bills Ah, Bill one. Maybe I know. Look at my notes. Anyone, Although I think it's edible one. It would say that this one is and this is awaiting conference committee, but the governor's threaten to veto it. What that would do is say that these Ohio Department health orders would be in effect for 14 days. And then if they needed to be extended beyond 14 days, and Jake are would would would look at that. Uh, what I would prefers as the entire General assembly would look at it, But, yeah, you know, I'm okay with some kind of controls and legislative review. Four of these types of orders and, you know, give them some rope, Teo, you know, maybe a couple of weeks or or something to instead of just, you know, out of control. You know, we're in charge here were the dictators and we're going to give orders and you're just going to as you're told. No, that's not a Republican former government all about Republican. Me with a small are that you know the people are in charge here and we, the state representatives. We all work for them. The governor works for them. And there's just too many electricity elected officials who are not listening to the people so that the governor would say Look of 14 days is too quick. About 20 days, 25 days health directives from the Department of Health. We could have a real crisis at some point after 20 days or 14 days come to the joint Committee of Republicans and Democrats, Health and the Senate. We're gonna extend it another 14 days or 30 days. Then after that, it goes back to the Legislature. All you're saying is we want a Republican small our form of government where the people's direct representatives. Have input and decision making and how the state is conducting itself. You're exactly right. Yeah, we could work on the guy. I work with the governor on all his things Are there two weeks, three weeks, four weeks, 10 days. You know, whatever happens today, I think we can work that out. Come to some agreement that is reasonable that were odi et Tu Hai Department of Health can put forth whatever orders they have to put forth in a timely manner. But frankly, I don't see where the high Department of Health really needs to do a lot because you've got all these health department all over the State County Health department..

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03:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Your travels where you go, you're exposed. You know someone who works in a hospital. Much different susceptibility rate than someone who is a day trader. Right? Hamlin, Butler counties Right now, six of the seven indicators that put us in the level four, which is the purple the bad one. We've been there a week, and the expectation is tonight at 5 30 Mike the Wind's going to make an announcement a statement with no questions. And we're expecting the worst. I think you gotta expect the worst and hope for the best, but If your purple for two weeks, the Ohio Department health Says their policies were going full. Stay home order. So if you look at the health department, two weeks and purple We're shutting it. Although we're locking it down, and today at 5 30 we could get that announcement could be a statewide mask order like they have in the states around us, like I said more at Michigan, Kentucky Western junior Pennsylvania. But yeah, that that would be. That'd be great. If that were the case. I don't know what this point if it's going to stop it. When I look at the whole chart, right? I got a chart in front. Me shows Hamilton obviously mishandled county because it's the county we can all identify with. And they do like a great one shooter. Here, level 123 and forward a. You know three public emergency. Very kites. Potion spread limit activity as much as possible, follow current health orders. When we trigger six or seven of the indicators that it's a public emergency. And I'm looking at they have it on here the past cases of past 28 days what the latest is being a lagging indicator, but between the 24th in the 30th of last month, we saw pretty good spike. The seven day average of new cases the preliminary data from this shows. But I mean, we have levels that we've never seen before. Hey, you factor in things like theseventy average of covert related health care visits. That number goes up tremendously, You know, new cases, emergency room visits, outpatient visits all that stuff to me. OK, it could be for a bunch of things could be false Positives could be people being paranoid to be about the only thing I care about here. This is not enough. Justices. You may be thinking, Don't you think it's the one thing I want to get in here? Also, I think it's the biggest one in isolation. There's no life in the bottom line is I look at the finish. It's OK. We have 500 ventilators, techno machines that are both above each capacity. Claremont. He's on 80%. Montgomery County, Dayton. It was above 80% and it's just a tick below today. So for me personally, That's my indicator. Now there's a very good chance you don't get it. It's extremely unlikely you're going to get it. It's extremely likely you're going unlikely. You're gonna get really sick from And you probably won't need hospitalization. Fine. I'm not saying that everyone who gets it is gonna be mortally ill. Deathly ill. No, that's not the case of all the data doesn't show that But unlike the flu You have no idea how your body's going to react to it because we've never done this before. So quit saying this is just like, Well, the numbers the end result, the mortality rate, maybe like the flu, Okay? But I'm not talking about mortality. You know, we've seen 80 year olds beat it, but we've also seen 30 year olds die from it. That tells me you don't know how your body's going back to it. The big question, And this is it. I'll put the cheese on a cracker, then your calls at 513749 7000 If you do get sick. Or loved one gets sick. Will there be a bed available for you? I look at the I C u numbers. When I say it's creeping up past the 80% mark. And we've got about a 20% 20% or less less than 20% headroom here. That's what scares me because okay, chances are I may not get Cove it..

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07:06 min | 2 years ago

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"Today. Um After talking to the health commissioners after I spent the weekend looking at Some of this data. I am announcing that you Ohio Department health will be issuing an order. That will be effective at 6 p.m. Tomorrow night. It will impact seven of our county's it will impact all seven of the red counties in the state of Ohio on that is the order is that will be necessary for individuals who are out in public. To wear a mask. Primarily this will be when they're in a public place inside a restaurant bar, jewelry store, some other some other place in in public. This will stay on a CZ long disorder will stay on as long as that county. Is it a red level or purple level? We certainly hope that these counties will drop out of that level. Ah, And if they do our current order says that then the mandate of the mask in public will go off S O. This is aimed specifically. Ah, at the seven counties. Where were the most concerned does not mean that people should not were a mask? We wouldn't ask him to wear a mask in public and every other county we really do. We think it's a good way for us for your county not to get into that red category. Um But it is only going to be required in those seven counties. Let me just highlight a little bit of this. In these red counties. People will need to wear a mask in the following circumstances when there are in any indoor location. That's not a residence. When they're outdoors and unable to consistently maintain a distance of six feet or more from individuals who are not members of their households. Or while they're waiting for Or writing, driving or operating public transportation, taxi, private care service, car service or a ride sharing vehicle. Now, so that's the essence of the order. This order does not apply to Children on the age of 10 or any other minor who could not safely were a face covering or anyone who could not safely were a face covering. The order also reflects the mass guidance that has existed for employees and businesses under the health and safety guidelines. Which does not require a person to wear a mask if their physician advises against it. If wearing a mask is prohibited by federal regulations, if communicating with the hearing while it if they're communicating with the hearing impaired. When alone in your own office, or your personal workspace or other similar measures were follow, basically followed the exceptions of Ari Ben existence for some time. In regard to the requirement that people were a mass while it work s O. We're basically extending that order now for the red counties and for individuals who out route or out in public. Let me talk briefly about schools. This does not supersede any other school order that has been issued schools. K through 12 should follow the guidelines set forthe last week by the Highway Department education in the Ohio Department of Health. These orders really kind of go hand in hand with what experts have been telling us. I think you all saw Experts that issued a statement yesterday about the importance of worry mask and how far Ah thes droplets can actually actually go. Um, can I talk for a moment? Maura about our red alert counties. Um And again, we're open to help any county any of the 88 county health departments and local officials. Unless you start with with the red, the red counties. We have contract attack tracers who are available to help the local county and I know a number of counties, both red and other, otherwise have asked us for help, and we've been able to help them. The Ohio National Guard is also prepared to come in when your community wants them to come in to do pop up testing to do testing for a day that's been exceedingly successful. Particularly in going to underserved areas. If you haven't underserved area we certainly will consider coming in and doing doing that. John Thanks, Governor. From the one the one thing I would add to that because we have had a couple of questions on this that you know that while businesses air expected to urge their customers to do this Business is not required to enforce this. This is up to state and local officials. It's not on the business to enforce it, but it is up to the business to comply and to encourage compliance with thes rules. And additionally we have Ah, Couple of a couple of announcements today around sports. We have a director's order. That was issued on Friday. That I want to talk about today Health director order It's on a short term basis, only that the Ohio Department of Health has issued an order allowing for contact in noncontact competition. To resume for all sports. And you gotta listen carefully to this to make sure that you understand the restrictions that are involved in doing so. Because there are they are Several of them that are really important Tournament's games and scrimmages between teams for contact sports is on Ly permissible so long as the team's agree to the list of guidelines in the order. Including such things as testing of all players, coaches, athletic trainers support staff officials before travel to the competition. And during We're going Tio during the tenure of the of the stay Daily Symptom assessment. Athletic trainers wearing masks coverings while attending to players, coaches and officials are strongly recommended. Where face coverings impossible. Strict social distancing. I players who are not actively engaged in the competition. Immediate isolation, medical care for a participant who developed symptoms. The these restrictions are, um required. For any of these types of things to happen. The Corona virus..

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03:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Four coronavirus which yes is actually good news for the most part I you would think I mean in the first rated sounds alarming you've got the highest increase in the number of cases of covert nineteen Ohio Saturday then we broke the record on Sunday but more people are being tested right twenty one percent of the eleven thousand six hundred and two cases are behind bars in Ohio's prisons and the numbers that are very encouraging it shows some trends within those numbers that maybe do point towards opening things back up on may first in Ohio five day trend for the number of people have died is down considerably five day hospitalizations are lower five day trend for the number of people have had to be admitted to IC you dramatically down there only five new ICU admissions yesterday across the state of Ohio according to these Ohio department health numbers just put the graphs up if you follow seven hundred WLW on Twitter you can take a look at those and I ate it I'm sure we'll hear much more from doctor Amy act then this afternoon about this you know people read those numbers jump in over the weekend and thought boy eight maybe you know the fifteenth of may are are longer before they can start to open things back up but at least in terms of flattening the curve in helping hospitals deal with deal with an outbreak at looks like the states in excellent shape right now yeah I mean the more people test positive the more people probably had it read right already yeah already over it didn't know they had it or a very mild symptoms whichever the case may have one big changes and a couple of the prisons right now they're testing everybody whether you had symptoms are not so like it Merion they've tested every single prisoner and every staff member who've gone through there and that's one of the reasons we've got almost two thousand cases in that one person okay coming up our news fifteen minutes we will talk more about some more help from small businesses that's on the way sounds like Congress and the president finally worked out details at seven on newsradio seven W. all that our streets are breaking societal trash you can help pay attention this is not a crime stoppers seven hundred W. L. yeah this time out looking for Jessica Oliver Jessica I'll ever want to buy but the county sheriff's office for failure to appear and three misdemeanor capias Jessica Oliver is a white female twenty seven years old five five one thirty five with a history of theft and drug charges less than eleven seventy third street in Carthage we have heard of always had somebody on seventy third street in Carthage then a little little little a you know what I think we did well we'll do it again anyway exhibited catcher if you know where she might be Jessica Oliver call the cops three five two thirty forty that's Crimestoppers five one three three five two thirty forty or online a crime that stoppers dot U. S. her mugshot and others a greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky crime stoppers the last one we did that I remember we're okay.

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15:10 min | 2 years ago

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"TJ Tatum theatre Pratt John yeah it may be a pretty chill Saturday night out there but yes not in here with little rage against the machine you may have heard there on the the news break the news about a bridal shop in Columbus Ohio suing the state health director over not being allowed to be open right now this bridal shop is not a current account it is an essential business and the this bridal shop owner ten year Tanya Hartman believes it the constitutional rights in the state of Ohio have been had been violated and she she's filed a lawsuit I tell you you know I read the story the Columbus dispatch and in one of the one of the lines in in a lawsuit and I'm quoting from dispatches at this quote the suit notes that the Ohio department health department considered that some essential businesses included shops that sell liquor marijuana dry cleaner services in the state lottery and yet here right all season tires we had toward June it's coming from no matter what and people are still needing to get married or what so other plans and in some cases I've read stories or people are getting married in in front of no one except for the person who's marrying them the show goes on and this bridal shop owner in in Columbus I read does her business by appointment only so there's no you know thirty people crowding into our shop there in Columbus it's again it's it's a small amount of people coming in one by one or just a couple people at a time and by appointment only and so I want to talk to the organization that is representing the bridal shop owner in the brunt of the bridal stores called guild gilded social and the organization that is representing her it is called eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law which the dispatches the bills itself as dedicated to protecting the constitutional rights of Ohioans in eighteen fifty one is when the Ohio constitution was implemented and I'm no one better to talk about the suits and about potential constitutional rights being violated here then executive director of eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law response in Greece thanks for hanging in there and on the late on a Saturday night and taken some time out here all right no problem I couldn't possibly write another sentence of this brief I've got due tomorrow some talk about the bigger picture of this of this lawsuit I know in your folks may have heard there on the news break another attorney discussing that was Cincinnati's own Chris Chris Finney who is is is teaming up with the center on this lawsuit now of the Finney law firm here in Cincinnati I'll tell you I'll tell you a Marie's I'm a I'm a little surprised at this is the first time there's been such a lawsuit NEO during this what five six week period here because there's a lot of people out there who must feel like miss Hartman right now sure well I am surprised in the mall from not frankly included on our board Chris Phinney he's a great attorney down there in Cincinnati does a great job absolutely on their for happy to team up with and whenever you get a chance but I'm surprised I'm not you know one of the reasons we started eighteen fifty one back in two thousand and eight is that frankly the legal community doesn't really serve the needs of Ohioans when it comes to protecting their constitutional rights we operate as a nonprofit in the reason we we do that is because there are so many harms it'll highland thinker where they would have hired and turning him ten twenty even thirty thousand dollars to fight into the display PA one hundred or five hundred dollar fine we'll see even though that particular regulation is flagrantly unconstitutional so we have all you know all of these lawyers in Ohio and yet almost none of them are constitutional rights attorneys per se for the state constitution right right the state constitution but frankly I can count the people that that I would co counsel with as a point of straight tourney suing the state whether it's state or federal court local jurisdiction however it might be very small group of attorneys that do this kind of work so I you know but with all the businesses affected I I thought something would have been filed and frankly I thought this is an issue where given the quickness with which it came it would there would be litigation prior to ours I was surprised when there wasn't so many people rolled over act tell you when when nothing happened we look at the issues and we saw a few soft spots in the underbelly of these lawyers and their quietly looking for new clients and that was difficult none of this rotten Tonya Harding finally came to us and that was a week or two of sitting on our hands kind of quietly looking for somebody who had the courage to step up and fight the state knowing that you know this is a very radioactive issue yeah and they're gonna be folks that are supportive but there can be a lot of folks that that shot you down and say that you you you were seeking to do something dangerous there are a lot of folks are hyperbolic the terrified of the virus and believe everything that their government will tell them hook line and sinker so she had the courage to do it and she was the first and most credible person that we can make an arrangement with and we decided to take the case filed Thursday well I I thought I'd you know by may I read it there from the dispatch and you know was out of out of of your of your suit really interesting point you bring up about wheat liquor stores can be open but a bridal store can not a dry cleaners can be open but a bridal store cannot and to me I think you got a legitimate argument there well in the in the classic sense of equal protection there is an equal protection problem because there's arbitrary treatment an arbitrary discrimination based on the identity of the business so that's step one our claim is not a pure equal protection claim because frankly those are almost impossible to win in court you more once it's about minority rights or either gender or something else but that is the point of departure in the point of problem problematic behavior by the state here is regulating on the basis of the identity of the business of regulating for safety you know if you have a wide clear safety standards across the board frankly it does not matter what you're selling one way or the other to classify a whole swath of society is nonessential yeah eight it's quite sad to be walking to work more out about and see the signs everywhere we are essential it said that you have to say that to the government that you've to clarify declared nonessential even though we have customers and clients and we were making a small profit which proves in the free market system and in fact you are essential not to say a museum and and you know bars and restaurants and all these things are necessary for survival but the majority of the exempted essential businesses are not necessary for survival either you listed some of those things it is a serious problem but now we're going with that ultimately is a very humble claim the procedural due process and I should be clear we don't litigate cases for money we don't take money from our client I haven't taken a dime from a client in twelve years and we don't litigate to get money for our clients in court for this writer does this to enjoin the law all of our clients it is to stop the law to make the logical way draw a line through it and the best way to do that in a case like this we decided the procedural due process claim all were arguing business Ratner and all the all the other all Ireland to hold their not ascential has the right to a hearing where they should be able to object to force the state to justify why they are not essential and why they are too unsafe the open even if they use security measures and safety measures of the type of the statement says so for the same thing and on and on but the state has no hearing process you have a I dictator light implemented these orders unilaterally now here beforehand no legislative testimonial or deliberation or other process so all you've got is due process under the Fourteenth Amendment which says you get a right to a hearing when the government shuts down your business you get it immediately even if the shutdown is temporary lodging very clear well we're in federal court in doing the law until those hearings are provided now if the state doesn't provide those hearing laws in joint but the state does provide those hearings we think we can run a great number of businesses that are declared nonessential through those hearings have been opened up because they can prove their safety they can prove their essential if given a hearing talk with Marie's Thompson executive director of the Columbus based eighteen fifty one center for constitutional law and that focusing specifically on the Ohio constitution is is it is generally as a as a constitutional a lawyer do you look around the country look L. obviously look around the state of Ohio but you also look around the country and I think you alluded to it there that the government do you do you just see legal a potential legal action everywhere you look right now when you when you look at all these government in a lot of people say government over reach in there there's a lot of things are being done on the fly in in and understandably so in some cases but do I'm good I mean do you think that there's gonna be a lot more of these kinds of things going on across the country I don't really the government strikes quickly and out of nowhere intensely catch folks in my business card I am part of the network of folks who do this work in other states the only one or two of us in each state if even and I could tell you that I was on a conference call Wednesday nobody has taken any action that we are the first amongst our group to take any action here in Ohio or anywhere else for that matter so with this is the first credible case that I'm aware of nationwide other than some of the one offer which is liberty cases right away could the case only they'll they're gonna call abortion cases but in terms of applaud attack on the regulatory scheme you know these things take a lot of time to plan when you when you're suing government they have so many adults they have so many tricks then the procedural hoops they can they can pull on you frankly it takes a lot of time to carefully examine the law and troubleshoot all the ways that you can lose the case if you're not exceptionally careful so it takes a long time to turn the ship around about one of these cases and frankly because folks are gonna have a hard time with money damages these people are gonna be for injunctive relief organization a lot down what if any criminal defense cases when somebody's being prosecuted and one of the problems there is a lot of bad constitutional laws made when you're a small business owner gets the bankruptcy lawyer down the street who making constitutional claims for him and all the sudden you got a bad precedent yeah so I I think there's gonna be a less litigation folks think this is a very all up hill battle and if they're not usually one yeah I've seen some of the comments with respect markes say I'm surprised it took so long I'm sure this is the first of many cases I wanted to tell you that you couldn't find a client filed the case there are hundreds of people that want to sue the state really you are claiming the facial claims so we we win for everybody if we win our case but by the today a very difficult business we filed three to four cases a year okay to give you an idea and we threw more government than anybody and we're doing critical cases here so while that's across the state includes mostly local governments state governments so I don't think you can view our location I think there are cases going to be the case upon which this this thing rises or falls right now but I can tell you that we think this is a multi year battle coming out of this there might be forced healthcare mandate more regulations on business on your body higher taxes down the road to come up for the the lost taxes now yeah well we're we're standing up for what's going to be two to three years of often on litigation on this at least at least it really that's interesting thank you know down the road and yeah no doubt when you're talking about life after corona virus and what's gonna happen then but one of the one at great stuff and one of the when asked about talk on Reece Thompson executive director of the eighteen fifty one center for constitutional all right there in Columbus you can only change the subject but at the top news news break they're also talking about it and real influx of more protesters around the state capitol building today your your offices right there near the state capitol what what is what's what's it like on the ground there in terms of the last you know few days here with all these protesters well the protests almost every day yeah around two PM which is the time that the why and act in the hold their press conference so they move that press conference in the basement of the state house yeah because you could hear the protests during the press.

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02:27 min | 2 years ago

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"Radar showing a partly cloudy sky our current temperature is forty eight degrees service immediate sharp decrease in revenue the city must act quickly to cut cost in the short term during this crisis in order to ensure that we can bring the city back to full service as quickly as possible an emotional Cincinnati mayor John Cranley this afternoon reading the email he had to send to seventeen hundred city workers who have been temporarily furloughed as the city deals with the economic impact of the crown of virus currently says they will all keep their health care and will be brought back once the crisis ends Cincinnati streetcar has been ordered to close in an effort to slow the spread of the virus effective tomorrow the mayor encouraging residents to use the metro buses if they rely on public transportation they are currently free to ride bike share an electric scooters are also ceasing operations since there is no assurance that they all could be cleaned on a regular basis a second Cincinnati police officers tested positive for covered nineteen both cases are within district three with a third officers test pending district three headquarters was cleaned and sanitized over the weekend after the first officer was confirmed to have the virus we are now at over nineteen hundred cases and many hospitalizations four hundred and seventy five doctoring the acting director of the Ohio department health announcing new cases along with the news that thirty nine people have now died due to the coronavirus a quarter of those confirmed cases have required hospital hospitalization and eight percent are in the intensive care unit governor Andy Beshear this afternoon announcing a new order that restricts travel by Kentucky residents to other states we have more cases in other states that doesn't mean that they're doing a good or a bad job what it means is your likelihood of of getting infected and potentially bringing back the corona virus may be greater in other states than ours right now there are exceptions including travel for work getting essential items like groceries and medicine and if a court order requires Kentucky institute Ravel across state lines those coming back from a trip out of state and especially spring breakers are are told to self quarantine for fourteen days into he announcing two new deaths today one of which was an eighty eight year old can Kenton county woman Indiana now has thirty five dusted the corona virus and there are nearly eighteen hundred total confirmed cases for more the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast tab for the latest news and information our next updated.

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mix of sun and clouds right now our current temperature is fifty six degrees during this immediate sharp decrease in revenue the city must act quickly to cut cost in the short term during this crisis in order to ensure that we can bring the city back to full service as quickly as possible an emotional Cincinnati mayor John Cranley this afternoon reading the email he had to send to seventeen hundred city workers who have been temporarily furloughed as the city deals with the economic impact of the corona virus Cranley says they will keep their health care and all will be brought back once the crisis ends Cincinnati streetcar has been ordered to close in an effort to slow the spread of the virus effective tomorrow the Merrin courage ing residents rely on public transportation to use metro buses which are currently free to ride bike share an electric scooters are also ceasing operations since there is no assurance that can that be all all can be cleaned on a regular basis may second Cincinnati police officers tested positive for cover nineteen both cases are within district three with a third officers test pending district three's headquarters was cleaned sanitized over the weekend after the first officer was confirmed to have the virus we are now at over nineteen hundred cases and many hospitalizations four hundred and seventy five doctoring the acting director of the Ohio department health announcing new cases this afternoon along with the news that thirty nine people have now died due to the coronavirus in Ohio a quarter of confirmed cases have required hospitalization and a percent or in the I. C. U. governor anybody here this afternoon announcing a new state order that restricts travel by Kentucky residents to other states we have more cases in other states that doesn't mean that they're doing a good or a bad job what it means is your likelihood of of getting infected and potentially bringing back the corona virus may be greater in other states than ours right now there are exceptions to the order including travel for work getting essential items like groceries and medicine and if the court requires Kentucky institute Ravel across state lines those coming back from a trip out of state and spring breakers are advised to self corn team for fourteen days Kentucky announcing two new tests one of which was an eighty eight year old woman from Kent County Indiana now has thirty five tested the coronavirus there are nearly eighteen hundred total confirmed cases a majority of the deaths have come from Marion County which is twelve down governor Eric Holcomb announcing in order to insure their hospital beds open for cover nineteen patients the order removes all regulatory barriers to prepare for our storage capacity.

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"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"ohio department health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And now we're getting word from the the emergency management association so let's go to the neckline code issue that's in front of us all one of the biggest things that we are currently working on is managing the information for all of our partners obviously there's a lot of information coming out from the state from the different departments within the county and from our local jurisdictions and all that's coming into our emergency operations center which has been activated for over a week now and bring that in between that together so actually one of the difficulties that we face is the fact that this information is constantly changing I passed out to all of you our latest said Rep which we just issued right around noon that's already out of date because we got our second confirmed case so we're trying to get at least one situation poured out daily and we share those with all of our local fire chiefs of police chiefs all the local elected officials mayors the township administrators just so that everyone has sort of what we call that common operating picture and constant communication so that we can work to anticipate any needs that our communities might have as of today we currently have eight of the four nine jurisdictions that have declared states of emergency and clean the seats Cincinnati Anderson township Colerain township Norwood Woodlawn Lachlan deer park and spring Dale in addition to the county's declaration the state and the federal decorations that we received one of the other things that our office is currently working on regularly to this was the coordination of PP amongst our first response partners PP protective personal protective equipment for first responders and for the hospital so things like the gloves N. ninety five masks the surgical mask and one of our big efforts is really coordinating the sharing of information between the local fire departments and hospitals as far as the regional cash that Greg talked about making sure that everyone is aware of what the limitations are how to appropriately ration the use of PPE and if they do need to request that from the region cash making sure everyone's using that same process so that we can constantly monitor our resources and anticipate any potential shortfalls which right now we don't cash is going up also communicating with the state of Ohio EMA in Ohio department health so that if we do need to request state level resources to supplement what we have in the region a we're prepared to do that and that's not something we have to figure out when that time comes so my questions thank you thank you for the update I any questions or comments for right no question thank you all right and again.

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