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Contrary to popular belief, no great migration in pandemic
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting figures from the U. S. census bureau show there was no great migration during the pandemic new figures released Wednesday by the U. S. census bureau show the great pandemic migration was largely a myth the figures show contrary to popular belief of a wave of moves to avoid covert restrictions or to change lifestyle the proportion of people who moved in the past year fell to its lowest level in the seventy three years but it's been tracked more than twenty seven million people or eight point four percent of U. S. residents reported having moved in the past year according to the current population survey annual social and economic supplement by comparison nine point three percent of U. S. residents moved from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty among those who did move in the past year a little under half cited housing related factors as the reason Mike Rossi at Washington
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Taliban urges U.S. Congress to release Afghanistan's assets
"The Taliban has urged Congress to ease sanctions and release Afghanistan's assets as the country faces economic turmoil foreign minister Amir Khan will talk he says in a statement posted online that the frozen assets of harming the public from the health sector to education and other services his comments off to the Taliban's takeover of the country in Olga's comes a day off to the world food programme warned this millions of people in Afghanistan are facing poverty and as an explosion shoe carnival for the third time in a week the world health program says eight point seven million people in the country our risk of famine like conditions I'm Charles the last month
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Biden: Nearly 3M Get Health Coverage During COVID-19 Sign-Up
"The White House is touting an increase in the number of people who signed up for health care insurance over the summer president Biden says an all time high of twelve point two million people are now covered under the affordable Care Act and the Kaiser family foundation says that with most states expanding Medicaid for low income adults the two components cover about twenty seven million people by denounce the two point eight million consumers took advantage of a special six month period to sign up for private health insurance that was made more affordable under the covert nineteen relief law subsidies that kicked in an April help trim premiums by about sixty seven dollars a month by the called on Congress to do more to lower healthcare costs the next regular season sign up with the health care doc of market place starts on November first Jennifer king Washington
Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch
"President joe biden will be in california today to support democratic governor gavin newsom. A day before his recall election recall efforts came after the governor faced stiff criticism over the past year for his handling of the corona virus pandemic and other issues. it's been well funded and supported by big name. Republicans like mike huckabee and newt gingrich but polling earlier. This month showed new. Some would likely remain in office. Numbers from the public policy institute of california found that thirty nine percent of likely voters in the recall would vote to remove some but fifty eight percent would not not surprisingly those opinions varied by party with eighty two percent of republicans in favor of ousting newsom compared to just seven percent of democrats that polling data mart day major change from earlier this summer a uc berkeley pool. As recently as late july found that fifty percent of likely voters wanted to keep new some compared with forty seven percent who supported the recall. This month's polling found that larry elder still lead the pack of potential replacements for newsome. The right wing talk show. Host led the field at twenty six percent this month. Primary remind people why they were angry enough. For one point. Seven million people signed the petition in the first place. A quarter of them were independence. Democrats voted for him. Two years earlier. Majority of hispanics. Now want him out. I think the majority of people are going to vote to recall gavin newsom. And i think the majority and i think i'll get the greatest number of votes to replace it. The next closest candidate was former san. Diego mayor kevin falkiner with just five percent of respondents. Planning to vote for him. The only one in this race the experience who led our state's second largest city who brought republicans and democrats together to solve problems That's who i am known as a very pragmatic leader who gets results but newsome himself was still confident this
"over seven million people" Discussed on KOMO
"Thanks with ELISA Jaffe, Our editor, Kathy, Okay. Over seven million people have voted in California's recall election. The new numbers from political data show one third of all eligible California voters have returned their ballots for the special election that will determine Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom's fate protesters returning today to the grounds of the Vancouver Washington High School despite a judge's attempt to quash demonstrations there over mask requirements. As we continue to look back on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks combos Charlie Harker brings us more of his interview with Tammy Michaels. She's the weekend host at our station who happened to be staying in a hotel directly across from the World Trade Center When the planes hit Tammy Michaels and her husband Guy happened to be across the street when the deadly terror attacks took place. Moments after the first plane hit Guy was rolling tape on his camcorder from their 35th floor hotel room. Was a person by their people falling out. On the Oh, there's a person Tammy. Oh, my God! My God! Mm. Oh, In our last report, we heard Tammy mentioned seeing specific faces recollections of people that looked African American that looked I'd like someone wearing khaki pants as she and guy stood there helpless. Tammy felt there was only one thing she could do. I'm a Jew. I literally Because of trying to reach God. I literally made the sign of the cross. Never done that before or since. Not because it's a representation of my faith. I was trying to find their faith. The scene is confusing, conflicting reports about the size of the plane that hit the first tower. A huge fire questions about whether this was a tragic accident at 903. United Airlines jet screams overhead. And it becomes clear we are under attack. I realized it was another plane coming in. My husband. Guy was actually standing at the window and right in front of the pain of panes of glass, and he was focusing his camera in a downward fashion. When the plane came in, he was caught off guard. The explosion literally look like something you would see in the movie Independence Day, almost in slow motion. The explosion came out steel girders came towards the building A ball of fire, which again it just seems surreal, started out as almost a small explosion grew exponentially and engulfed our hotel. I heard Windows smashing. There goes another person guy. Everybody. Okay? Oh, no. The tape cuts out because guys blown across the room from the explosion created by the second plane, hitting the South tower and exploding directly into our hotel hurling guy across the room, and he hit his head on the wall. Little did Guy know that impact broke his neck injuries from which years later, he is still recovering. 56 director. Waited. On the board of anyone. Down to the lobby on Saturday morning. You can join Tammy on the 20th anniversary of 9 11. Her show inside out airs from 10 to noon. You're on Como I'm Charlie. Harder. Come on in. Camo news. Time.
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"Features C T mobile com Come on news time. 6 44. And here's Tommy Fulton with the latest traffic conditions from the German law Group Traffic Center. Still seeing some heavy Tropic on CNN five coming into downtown Seattle from Northeast 80 history south, um four or five still pretty heavy from North East Eighth Street in downtown Bellevue to 44th Street in Newcastle. If you're headed out on a fairy, we've got a lot of different ferries systems that are just on one boat schedules. Right now it is staffing shortages. The Anacortes San Juan's very Edmonds, Kingston, Michael T. O Clinton Ferries are all on a one boat schedule. In addition to the Seattle Bremerton Ferry, run CMD five through the federal way areas still very crowded from just about three 75th Street to the port of Tacoma Road. Westbound Highway 16 is also slow and go as you head through Big Harbor area. From the Tacoma Narrows Bridge to Logic drive. This report is sponsored by 7 11 used code delivery for $15 off your 1st 7 11 delivery order. Take it to 11 offer ends 11 to 21, plus tax and fees. Go to seven. Now. App for full terms are next combo Traffic at 6 54 Still a chance of the light rain showers and drizzle tonight around the Puget Sound area, but dry tomorrow as well have some increasing sunshine late in the day Saturday and again on Sunday afternoon. Hi is right around the upper sixties. Tomorrow and Sunday downtown. Now, 64. Stay connected. Stay informed Como news sponsored by Tub Cove bathroom and shower, remodel. I'm Rick Van. Thanks with ELISA Jaffe, Our editor, Kathy, Okay. Over seven million people have voted in California's recall election. The new numbers from political data show one third of all eligible.
"over seven million people" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"They've got her company Leiria Carter With ever 80. He begins company all boarding log this week. You'll see a whole lot of headlines about the fact that the extended federal benefits that have been placed for well over a year now due to the Covid 19 pandemic have run out. And this headline is my favorite. Amber. You're in this business, you write stories, you write headlines. Uh, it should be the flaw here. This is ABC News. Jobless Americans have few options as benefits expire. Hmm. Well, I can think of what options? What option? Or maybe about 10 Million options. There are 10 million Job openings right now, and they're just over seven million people who are still getting these extended $300 a week through the cares act, uh, extended unemployment benefits and I don't know Ted Cruz is is getting in trouble right now. He's getting attacked because he was asked about this. And what do you say to the seven million Americans who are about to lose their extended benefits, and Ted Cruz looked at their burdens that get a job? I mean, is it that I don't want to sound heartless or anything, but we have people who are out of work. They've stayed out of work for over a year. They're getting a ton of benefits from the federal government that is unsustainable. Can't last forever. We've got employers who were desperate over the holiday weekend. I went to a couple of restaurants and the service was and it wasn't the server's fault. They were working their tail off. I've been to those restaurants before. I know how many waiters and waitresses they usually have, and they don't got him right now. We need people to get out and get back to work. That's what keeps the economy going. Get a job. And if you just walk down the street in D C. You will see a sign on just about every businesses door begging for employees, and they're not paying minimum wage. They're paying like $15 an hour because they need people in there, stat. And I was a huge proponent of things like the stimulus package and some of the unemployment benefits earlier on in the pandemic, when there were people who legitimately could not go to work because wanted to, they weren't allowed to. Exactly their jobs were shut down. They weren't allowed to go work. We're at the point. Now The vaccine is widely available, uh, the pandemic. For the most part, I think most normal Americans agree is pretty much over by the by the original measure, at least because this is where you get into all of its reading. And there's other right right in terms of hospitalizations and most importantly, deaths. Absolutely. It has subsided. And so there's no reason why people should not be going out looking for a job right now, and in fact, there are so many people who Explicitly weren't looking for a job because they were making more money off government benefits than they would have if they had gone back to work. And, of course, the Biden administration and his extreme leftist Marxist allies in the Senate and the house like Bernie Sanders and Alexandria, Ocasio Cortez. They would say that the real problem here is that nobody can get back to work because wages are too low. Remember Joe Biden leading into the microphone? Pay them more right. It's very creepy where the federal government is now basically engaging in the negotiation president. This is not a collective bargaining situation, guys. Um, but it seems to have worked. Sadly, I say sadly, advisedly, let me explain. Here's the headline from Fortune. American workers now have the upper hand as employers rush to raise hourly wages. There has been determined major employers like Kroger Chipotle under Armour, Starbucks Jury Hotel CBS Healthcare, Other major corporations in America have determined that the only way they can really get people back to work as if they raise wages now. Well, that's great. That great. They're raising wages. That's good for American workers. When they go back to work, they're going to be making more money. Problems solved, right? Well, no, because let me repeat this. Kroger. When you go buy your groceries, you're going to be paying more for groceries. Chipotle. If you want a nice burrito from chipotle it you're paying more under armour. You like their shoes and their shirts. You're going to be paying more and on and on and on. That's how an economy works. The federal government has now forced the hands of these companies. They now have to raise their wages to bring people back off of the sofa because they're making a ton of money sitting on the sofa. And the people who pay those salaries. Are you the consumers? So this is basically the federal government in a way, increasing people's wages without ever actually having to get their tans dirty by raising the minimum wage or through other provisions. Inflation is going to be a huge I mean, it already is a huge problem. It's going to be an even bigger problem as this trend continues. And then we also have Joe Biden pushing these massive spending bills in the trillions and trillions of dollars. There's no doubt that Americans are going to be paying a lot more money for their basic goods and services over the next couple of years. NATIONAL REVIEW by the way, has a really good article. Breaking this down. The headline is the great reassessment and the present job imbalance, the imbalances that there are 10 million job openings. And just over seven million. Some estimates about eight million people who are looking for jobs. And because of that this reassessment basically lines up in a way where where rages wages will be artificially inflated to entice people to take these jobs, and then you will have to pay for it all, which, as you just said, ever increases inflation that actually has a ripple effect across the board, including with interest rates, including with a ton of other economic factors. And all of it brings us right back to the late seventies. Jimmy Carter economy. Thanks, Joe Biden. It's 5 52. Washington's mall..
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"over seven million people" Discussed on What A Day
"Let's wrap up with some headlines. Head lands the taliban announced the formation of its interim government in afghanistan. Yesterday the new cabinet is made up of senior taliban members including one of its founders. Moulana muhammad hassan a kun who was chosen to be the acting prime minister he is notoriously been on the talibans ruling body and was deputy prime minister during the group's last grab over twenty years ago. Not a single woman was named poor cabinet physician or included in talks about the government. Despite taliban leaders initially saying women will play a significant role in the country. Old enough to remember when that was yeah. Now they're saying in fact. Under the taliban recent weeks women have been told to stay home and forced to leave their jobs. Meanwhile as more americans in afghanistan try to flee the country veteran rescue groups say to the biden administrations estimate that less than two hundred citizens remained in. The country is deeply inaccurate. They say that hundreds of other american citizens and permanent legal residents remain in afghanistan. Ten days after hurricane item made landfall in the us. Three hundred. seventy eight thousand customers in louisiana. Were still without power as of yesterday that is according to enter g. The state's primary energy company but over the weekend new orleans mayor letizia cantrell said power. Should return to the whole city by this week and encourage residents who evacuated to start returning to their homes recovery efforts outside of the city however remained bleak and some of the hardest hit areas such as force parish may not have power again until the end of this month your lord. Meanwhile president biden visited new jersey and new york yesterday to survey the flooding tornado damage that was caused by ida when the storm korean towards the northeast last week. You don't to hear it from me. But i can confirm. It was quite bad during his remarks. The president emphasized climate change was to blame for items at a station and mentioned experts warning of natural disasters only becoming more common. The storm in the gulf. As you've now figured out can reverberate ten states away. Supply chains and crop production. Get interrupted driving up. Costs devastating indices all over america. This is everybody's crisis everybody's crisis in total. At least seventy one people have died because of either across the states as well as pennsylvania connecticut and maryland the us celebrated labor day by cutting off enhanced unemployment benefits to millions of people this monday. Federal unemployment programs have been a lifeline for people who lost their jobs under the pandemic with things like weekly bonus payments of three hundred dollars. Now that those programs have expired over seven million people will no longer get any unemployment benefits from the government or their state despite the delta variant causing another surgeon cohen cases and disruptions to many industries are huge number of job openings across the country with a record ten point one million positions hiring as of this june but many people still aren't ready to go back to work the childcare and health concerns ending unemployment benefits probably won't change this republican governors who shut down their programs early to encourage people to get jobs have not seen a spike in hiring in their states. Wouldn't you know it checks out. The man is devoted his life to helping white men with co cheese express themselves on the internet former trump advisor. Jason miller was briefly detained yesterday morning in brazil where he had been attending the country's conservative political action conference. I did not know that that was the thing in other places. A miller is the founder of jeter the right wing twitter clone conceived following trump's removal from every social media site after the us. Which is you get her epicenter. Brazil has the largest population of jeter users that makes sense since during brazil has also its own trump in president and perpetual kovic average air bolsonaro. The team is probably linked to a constitutional crisis in brazil that bolsonaro created after a supreme court. Justice ordered the arrest of multiple bolsonaro supporters. The president said he will no longer abide by that. Justice's rulings one source. Will the new york times at the same justice astra miller to questioned. Miller was released after three hours. But you guys can keep them. We don't need him back. The free britney movement is one step closer to victory with the news last night that britney spears his father and conservative of her estate. Jamie spears has filed a petition to enter conservative ship after thirteen years. Britney big filing sites brittany's repeated objections to the arrangement and says quote if mitt spears wants to terminate the conservative ship and believes she can handle her own life. Mr spears believes that she should have that chance. Yes she should a hearing. In this case had previously been scheduled for september twenty-ninth hopefully brittany will be in charge of her life again by that point. And we'll be using her freedom to record a blistering distract aimed at her dad. We need stephan is not ninety minute breath albums i will say. Yeah and efforts. Britney spears thinking hop i. i mean. I've never heard. Have you ever heard of pop district. I don't know but i'm ready for it. I'm ready nonetheless. Doesn't add mice one more thing before we go. California voting is underway for the september fourteenth recall election and the polls are close the only way to block a republican takeover of california is to vote no on question one should gavin newsom be recalled recalled if you are a registered voter. You should have received your ballot in the mail. You can mail it back where you can drop it off at a dropbox before. Apm on election day. september fourteenth. You can make your plan but you gotta do it until your friends. you can also vote in-person early or on election day register the same day. You wanna vote in certain locations. Just visit vote. Save america dot com slash california to learn more on legal disclosure. What we decided was not authorized by a candidate where committee controlled by candidate. They are not in contact with us. You know where to find us if you want to. But they knocking archer words and that day. If you like to show subscribe leave review come forward with any evidence you have talking ducks and call your friends to listen. And if you're into reading and not just petitions from jamie's fears like me. What today is also a nightly newsletter. Check it out and subscribe at crooked dot com slash subscribe ign priyanka arab indie. I'm getting wrestling and take the red till but gut. Oh god that's gonna get any. I don't wanna cancelled for this. It's gonna get going to get. What the day is the production of crooked media. It's reported in mixed by charlotte. Land is sonia ton jazzy. Marine are associate producers are head writer. Is john milstein in our executive producers. Are leo durant knee. Our theme music is by colin gilbert and ca- shock..
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Unemployment Benefits Expire for Millions Without Pushback From Biden
"Biggish that the unemployment benefits expiring. It's huge deal. Huge deal For many the unemployment benefits were a lifeline For some the unemployment benefits were a cushion and they were nice to have. They just liked it. Seven million people across the united states are going to lose their unemployment benefits today. Starting this is the the three hundred dollars a week. The federal benefits all part of the stimulus packages that were passed last year and early this year to get us through the pandemic without economic collapse.
"over seven million people" Discussed on KGO 810
"Issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man killed four people this morning. Tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits, first aid kits and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago. President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice Parks at the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to ABC News. Oil drilling investments involve a high degree of risk and are only suitable for SCC. Accredited investors. ATTENTION high Net worth investors, oil and gas investments have always been an ideal tax advantage and have been a way to invest and take a 100% right off..
"over seven million people" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"B C's Andrew Denberg authorities in Polk County, Florida, say one time Marine sniper Brian Reilly appears to be suffering mental health issues. Riley, hospitalized and in custody, is accused of fatally shooting four people, including a mom and three year old child. Sheriff Grady Judd. This man kill four people this morning, tried to kill our deputies and then gave up. Riley shot it out with authorities before surrendering. Sheriff Judd says he was well prepared, had everything down to blood stop kits. First aid kits, and he was ready for battle. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Today, three pandemic related programs are set to expire by some estimates. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back These programs months ago, President Biden encouraged states. To continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice parts of the White House. The New York Times reports. Facebook is apologizing after video of black men in altercations with white civilians and police officers ends an automatic message pops up saying Keep seeing videos about primates. Facebook turned off the AI that show the message You're listening to wtmj w 277 c V and w KT HD to Milwaukee from the NX Wealth management studio is NewsRadio wtmj. We've been doing this for quite some time. So we know the value of solid wood furniture. But we found that using solid hardwood laminate actually make for sturdier, more versatile furniture frames. Frames on the Ken Michael's furniture line are cross screen so weak spots like would not are eliminated. And unlike natural wood frames are stone expand into tracked, so they're more durable,.
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"over seven million people" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"People to safe facilities and the conditions didn't deteriorate. That is obviously not what we saw in independence. The warehouse where nursing home residents were transferred in the town of independence had horrible conditions, according to what one resident told ABC News Dramatic video released by the N Y P d of officers wading through floodwaters trying to access a basement apartment in Queens. Family of three was later found dead. Dr. Anthony Fauci says Moderna's booster shot will be delayed by at least a week because of a delay in submitting data. This is ABC News. Millions of Americans are set to lose their jobless benefits. Tomorrow. Over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago, President Biden encouraged states to continue them, but most states say they just don't have the budget for that. ABC is Mary Alice Parks, a World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina abandoned minutes into the game over Covid pro Recalls a B C's Claire Bauer zillions were just settling into the much anticipated match featuring Neymar and Leo No messy when federal health officials stormed onto the pitch, demanding that four of Argentina's players be deported because they allegedly didn't reveal that they had recently been in England, which is on Brazil's red list requires 14 Day quarantine. Argentina responded by walking off the field and the game was suspended. The head of Brazil Soccer confederation, called the decision by the health agency quote Strange Line employees, ABC News Vaccines are.
"over seven million people" Discussed on KOMO
"Please celebrate responsibly. KOMO Seattle KOMO FM Oakville number one For news Homo Noose 1000 FM 97 7 The news you need now. From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. The clock is ticking on three pandemic related unemployment programs. A B C's Mary Ellis Park says they're set to end tomorrow. Some estimates over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican Controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago, President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. The programs expanded eligibility, increased payments and extended how long people could receive payments. From crowded beaches to packed football stadiums. Americans are enjoying their last days of summer. Despite concerns about Covid 19 and many schools are running into trouble is they try to reopen becoming battlegrounds over mask and vaccine mandated protocols leading to this confrontation in Arizona were willing to make a citizen's arrest if necessary, a parent and two men allegedly threatening to arrest an elementary school principal with ZIP ties. After a student exposed to Covid was kept from a field trip, the district reviewing live streams and considering legal action, one of the men disputing some of the claims against the A. B C's Trevor old one week after Hurricane Ida roared ashore in Louisiana deaths continue to rise. Latest death involves the 74 year old male in Orleans Parish. Tragically passed due to Heat exhaustion, and it appears to lacks a lack of oxygen as well during the power outage, Governor John Bel Edwards says. While power is slowly being restored to Louisiana, there are nearly 600,000 outages statewide. New York governor Kathy Hotel is asking President Biden for a federal disaster declaration for the deadly flooding that Ida's remnants brought to her state police in Washington D C looking for suspects in the shooting, which left three dead and three wounded. You're listening to ABC news. The pandemics reminded us we live in a sea of airborne germs that can assault us with every breath..
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"over seven million people" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This is the new home of Wdbo Wdbo, 73 FM and AM 58 Orlando's news and to and we're Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic 24 hours a day. Listen on the wdbo f or wdbo dot com. Live team coverage starts now. Yeah. From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. The clock ticking on three pandemic related unemployment programs. A B C's Mary Ellis Park says they're set to end tomorrow. Some estimates over seven million people now stand to lose nearly all of their unemployment benefits. Another three million will see their benefits reduced. Now many Republican controlled states already started rolling back these programs months ago, President Biden encouraged states to continue them. But most states say they just don't have the budget for that. The programs expanded eligibility, increased payments and extended how long people could receive payments. From crowded beaches to packed football stadiums. Americans are enjoying their last days of some, despite concerns about Covid 19, and many are running into trouble is they try to reopen becoming battle grounds over mask and Amanda Covid protocols leading to this confrontation in Arizona were willing to make a citizen's arrest if necessary. A parent in two men allegedly threatened To arrest an elementary school principal with ZIP ties after a student exposed to Covid was kept from a field trip, the district reviewing live.
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GOP's Larry Elder Looks for Shock Win in California Recall
"Larry elder's up for this Recall election on the Fourteenth of september just coming up in two weeks and if governor gavin newsom who's actually being recalled in the air attempted to be recalled if he gets recalled all the polls say the winner of question to on the bounds of two part question. Western one is should get a new some be recalled as governor yes or no and a fifty one percent of the people vote. Yes he's out. There's no appeal. There's no nothing none of this foot-dragging which they always accused trump of alison trump. Wouldn't leave the white house. Trump is this that and the other and you know they're the ones who were re litigating. The hillary clinton spectacular loss from twenty sixteen and he leave it to the democrats Two weeks ago they filed a suit trying to stop this recall election that over one point seven million people signed the recall gavin newsom of the filed a lawsuit to stop it saying it was unconstitutional. That's funny yeah. Wasn't unconstitutional when gray. Davis was recalled and arnold schwarzenegger became governor wasn't unconstitutional. In the many many many recalls that have happened in california since nineteen eleven. Thank you very much or as biden would say since nineteen eleven but now larry elder is moving up in the polls and all of a sudden. They're all scared to death. And they have thrown everything but the kitchen sink at. This guy is just unbelievable. He's the face of white supremacy. Yeah larry happens to be black. But that's okay. I he's Trying to take control of the state for trump. Not really you know but thank you for playing our game.
FCC to Investigate Personal Data Leak of 7.8 Million Customers of T-Mobile
"The federal communications commission or fcc is now investigating the data breach at t. Mobile the wireless carrier confirmed this week that hackers stole information about more than forty seven million people including current past and prospective customers. The stolen data included birthdays social security numbers and driver's license information. But t mobile says. It appears the hackers did not get access to any credit card numbers or payment information to be safe. T mobile is offering. Its customers two years of free identity protection. The company is also encouraging customers to reset pin numbers as a precaution. This is the fifth time t mobile has been hacked in recent
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"You can't say stuff like that because it's not just. Gl men with sleeping with women. That is a part of it. That is an issue of it. But that's not the whole thing you knock will put that on us like no you cannot and i'm sorry i'm just passion about it because again like i said this directly affects my life directly affect my friends again like i said i very close people to me that are dealing with this and support them wholeheartedly and i will speak out about it. Wholeheartedly is not right. And kudos to people. Like john and madonna that are coming forward and and and shaming the baby. Because again at the end of the day the baby could have nipped in the bud and once it was brought to his attention. Just say you made a mistake. Nobody's perfect. Nobody's expecting you to be perfect. I don't look to the baby for advice. I don't look to the baby to be my role model but when you had millions of young people following you and you say bullshit like dad. No you've got to be called out and for him. The gas like this and make a black issue like thankfully because since then he's been dropped from multiple other festivals. He was on. He's lost multiple endorsement deals. He tries to gas light. It and say oh you know to any of you guys go support black artists or listen to black music like y'all got something like no baby say that's not what it's about you were wrong. You were wrong and to see countless people. Supporting am i. I'm in the comments. I'm going back before. I've seen people from my high school comment. Ignorant statements and spicy pricey. Got tom today but i wanted to stay cool. Rules to people like john who've been advocates who've been working doing work for years about research education prevention for ibm as he even comment on it and he wrote the facts are hiv has affected over seven million people. Globally men women children the most vulnerable people in our community. You can live. A long and healthy. Life with hiv. Treatment is so advanced that with one pill a day..
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"over seven million people" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"In association with allience you cove in nineteen cases appear to decline human rights. Watch accuses israel of war crimes against gaza and vice versa and the best places to flee to should civilization collapse anytime imminently. I'm andrew miller the molly daley in association with 'alliance starts now hello and welcome to the monocle. Daily coming to you from studios here at midori house in london. I'm andrew mullah my guest daniele pellett and lance price will be here to discuss all the day's big stories and we'll have the latest episode of our series looking at the olympics from an assortment of national angles today new zealand steps up to the shop. Put stop board and try saying that six times quickly. Stay tuned all that and more coming up right here on the monocle. Daily in association with allience on monocle twenty four. This is the monocle daily. Andrew miller and i am joined today by danielle appellate the managing editor of the institute for war and peace reporting also by lance price political commentator and former director of communications at ten downing street. Welcome both to the monocle daily. We will now do some light introductory banter and as we have been in recent days i have been trying to gauge the relative agog nurse of guests vis-a-vis the olympics Daniela as regular listeners will be aware you are eighteen sports fan so i imagine you've barely being able to take your eyes off. It does this commonly catcher catcher sports ball or no votes pool is played in that case. I have no idea what you're talking about. You're familiar with the concept of the olympic games. And they have funny mascots and cardboard beds that the athletes are not allowed to have sex on. Yes if that's what you've taken away from from the grand olympic tradition i. That's something i guess. I'm basically what i'm trying to do. Is is steer as much of this program. As i possibly can around digest fox's fabulous gold medal. Run for australia in the slalom canoe. This morning which i was pretty excited about lance. We probably slept through it. I'm afraid but i'm sure it was a massive national triumph for which you and all your countrymen of rightly proud. I feel thoroughly patronized in the in the old school english fashion there. So thank you for that. We will hear more from our panel shortly. But we will start with a report from our bureau chief in hong kong james chambers in which i detect the hand of the show's producer a to rebelo who as regular distance will also be aware is a massive census. Node as james explains hong kong's current census might end up being an inadvertent measure of an imminent exodus. An army of volunteer fieldworkers carrying red messenger bags is currently knocking on doors. In hong kong and encouraging residents to complete the city's once a decade census as harried households worked their way through the form before next week deadline. One question will hit home. More than usual. Will you be in hong kong june. The second half of this year after a slow start every one of us in the city of over seven million people now seems to know a few friends preparing to leave for me. It's a mixture of national security law. Exiles and some opportunists making the most relaxed immigration rules in the uk. Canada and australia. The anecdotal evidence of this began to emerge last month. Just the school holidays. Were approaching in hong kong and the covert clouds were beginning to clear in the uk. Suddenly there are long waiting lists for tuberculosis. tests of british requirement and schools. Were going out of business. Because of the spike in student withdrawals then came the airport scenes last week. Pandemic hit departure holes crowded again with teary. eyed family. send-offs all parts of the ordinary ebb and flow of hong kong. According to the government flights second possible holders will return just like they did after the handover in one thousand nine hundred seven once. Hong kong's economy takes off again boone. -times do indeed feel just around the corner auction house christie's just inked a ten year lease on swanky new premises but what struck me is the type of people heading for the exit and it's definitely not for financial reasons. Professionals and create sues acquitting comfortable jobs filial cheese and blue skies while the formerly timid and unadventurous are willing to risk that life savings on building. An all new life results from the senses may help to put a figure on this latest exodus but no amounts of data collection will be able to count the true cost to those leaving hong kong or the city. They leave behind. Thanks to manacles. James chambers in hong kong. Well let's turn to our panel and we have learned by now not tempt the fates where ovid nineteen is concerned to even say out loud the phrase there has been a surprising recent decline in reported cases in the uk. And i for one shore hope. This continues is to acknowledge that somewhere. A mummified monkeys poor is twitching while case numbers did infact tick upwards somewhat yesterday that was the first increase in eight days of decline and still represents a startling drop off from circa this time last week lance. You still allow yourself to get excited boy. Any potentially good news cove. Nineteen is concerned. I think so yes. I think we are all desperate for good news. Which is why we really do want this to be a genuine decline and not some statistical witness and or indeed which may be the result of people not being tested because they don't want to find a positive result younger people in particular so my fear is it's a combination of those who are a little older in our years and being properly vaccinated and and younger people avoiding facing up to the possibility that they may have caught something because they have mild symptoms. And know they're not gonna get seriously ill daniele. We probably do have to bear in mind that almost by definition all case numbers throughout this thing have been underestimates because obviously the only recorded cases are the ones for which there has been a positive tests and has lance points out. Lots of people. Don't get tested. don't know they've got it etc etc. Do you think or are you allowing yourself to believe that..
NASA App Tackles Mosquito-Borne Disease
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The South Florida Morning Show
"over seven million people" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on news talk eight fifty w mt l. We had an event planned as big as the olympics. Literally like ten days away my wanted to decide on fans way before that might be a good idea to have that you know all set up and figured out what is going on with tokyo olympic games off to a very rocky start breaking news this morning there will be no fans getting the arenas or stadium when he's going on covert scare the calling it a covert emergency now. This is the emergency. This is coming from our wire services. What's what caused this. A spike in cases. How many in. The city of tokyo believe they're over seven million people in tokyo. I think i think it's bigger than new york more pipelines. I'm not sure nine hundred cases so nine hundred out in so no fans. That's the official thing. No fans throughout the olympics. That was the word. Wow that was the announcement now. She this is what led into this diner. Sponsors for the olympic games are pulling out over this because of lack of planning a report from reuters this morning over a dozen companies. That's a lot that means a lot of money..
THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
South Africa to Impose New Restrictions as Cases Surge
"Battling a fast increasing. Surge of covid nineteen cases south africa has reintroduced tough restrictions including a ban on alcohol sales and an extended nightly curfew. The delta variant i discovered in india appears to be driving. South africa's new increase. President cyril ramaphosa said on sunday night announcing the return to strict measures south africa recorded more than fifteen thousand new cases on sunday including one hundred and twenty. Two deaths bringing its total fatalities to near sixty thousand. Go tang the country's most populous province which includes the largest city johannesburg and the capital pretoria had the brunt of the current surge accounting for about sixty six percent of new infections health. Authorities are concerned that the country's eight other provinces likely to soon see spikes in cases to match those in go tang well. Hospitals are running short of covid nineteen beds and patients being taken to health facilities in other provinces neighboring zimbabwe namibia and mozambique also fighting growing numbers of cases hospitalizations and deaths south africa's vaccination rate is slowly picking up speed by sunday. Two point seven million people had received at least one jab more than nine hundred and fifty thousand of south africa's one point two five million healthcare workers have been vaccinated said ramaphosa as a new surge of the disease. Sweeps across africa's fifty four countries about one percent of the continents. One point three billion people have received at least one vaccine dose according to the africa centers for disease control prevention. South africa's rampant corruption has also become a factor as the health minister has stepped down because of reports his family members benefited from inflated payments on contracts related to covid nineteen.
News Radio 920 AM
"over seven million people" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It was a holiday weekend but still That, you know, you think about where we were a year ago. It seems like travelers personal travelers air back and even the business travelers. They're starting to come back. Yeah, you had a couple days where we were north of 80% of 2019 Traveler numbers, and by the way, this was You talk about the bottom for the travel industry. And it was April in May last year. Just a zip oin to of comparison. Last Memorial Day weekend here, the Traveler numbers 3 973,027. That's from Friday through Monday of last Memorial Day. So just over a million people total. Then, as you mentioned you come to this year over seven million people traveling, so you know up seven full from last year's still below the 2019 numbers a little bit. But it's It's very clear to me that a ton of people want to travel. A ton of people are traveling. They have the means to travel as well. And despite all of the additional travel that we have, I mean, we have not seen a day with below a million people in a T s a checkpoint since March, 10th Okay, So it's been almost 34 months. Now that we've had million plus people million plus people going through checkpoints every single day and because of the vaccination rates that we have You're not seeing an increase in cases could they be declining faster? Yeah, they probably could be. But you're not seeing a resurgence of any kind of covert epidemic Because of all this traveling, you know, mingling across different parts of the country. It's not causing any uptick in cases nationally, so To this point. I don't think there's anything to suggest that this abates and as long as airlines can get their planes back in the air and higher up their staffs again and bring him back from furloughs. I don't see anything. Stopping this growth from continuing well. Their suggestion is that you could see 80% of the business travelers back by the end of this year. Don't buy that. You don't know. I don't buy it. And here's why they it depends how they look at it. They might get 80% of the business travelers back. I don't think they're going to get 80% of the business volume back. And what do you think people are gonna just say? Well, I don't have to go out to California. I could do that one meeting by a zoom rather than Spain. Five spending five grand to go out to California for the week? Yeah, I think the guy that used to have to go out to visit you know the plant in wherever you know. Four times a month was going out once a week. Once a week. You might go out once every two weeks or once every four because some of it could be done virtually now. Right, right. That makes sense. That makes sense. Hey, folks, we will be playing trivia in the next segment. Stay with US Trivia. Next on the financial exchange..
AP News Radio
AAA Sees a Huge Jump in Travel Over Memorial Day Weekend
"Triple a predicts a huge jump in travel plans compared to last year over the Memorial Day weekend travel over the upcoming Memorial Day weekend will certainly be better than last year we did a lot of it is due to the codex gene are more people getting vaccinated and just overall consumer confidence triple a spokesman Andrew gross who says some thirty seven million people have plans to travel at least fifty miles from home that's up by sixty percent over last year now which still significantly less then the folks to travel pre pandemic but still it yeah it does okay and it just shows that a lot of people think that there's light at the end of this pandemic tunnel as for gas prices triple a says those will be about three dollars per gallon I'm surely antler
AP News Radio
Americans Set Another Pandemic-Era Record for Air Travel
"Americans are increasingly flying pandemic direct air travel hit a record Friday and then another yesterday the TSA says slightly more than one point seven million people went through airport checkpoints Sunday the most since March twenty twenty air travel has been slowly rising since bottoming out thirteen months ago but remains far below pre pandemic levels yesterday's count was down twenty nine percent from the comparable Sunday two years ago airlines say most passengers flying now are leisure travelers staying within the US Sager mag ani Washington
"over seven million people" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Increased security areas. Those who don't want to or can't get their second dose at the Miami airport can get their second dose it most state run sites in South Florida, but you'll need to show your Florida idea and bring your vaccination card That is Fox is Tanya J. Powers Lord, meanwhile, marking a milestone in the efforts to eradicate Cove, it Department of Health, announcing over seven million people in the state have now been completely vaccinated. However, the Department of Health also reports over 3200 new cases and 33 more deaths attributed to covet. The White House is issuing an emergency declaration after a major oil pipeline was shut down over a cyber attack. The colonial pipeline that supplies much of the East Coast was shut down Friday when its computer systems were infected with ransomware. Regional emergency will aid the transportation of gas. Another refined petroleum products. Oil prices are expected to go up on the Broward School Board continues its fight over the separation agreement with Superintendent Robert Runcie, who's voluntarily resigning after being indicted on a felony perjury charge. School board chair Roslyn Osgood's working on a deal to terminate Runcie without cause meaning will get 90 days notice and leave with a possible $400,000 retirement benefit on top of the 137,000 and severance and more than 100,000 and unused sick and vacation time. His attorney, Sheri Cole, says the work is an employee until October 6th and is happy, healthy interim our newly named superintendent, he remains dedicated to the members of this community to our students, teachers, families and business partners. The school board is expected to vote. But on this deal tomorrow, Runcie will lose all state retirement benefits if he's convicted of perjury. When did Grossman News Radio's 6 10 w y o D and take a look right now? On Wall Street, The Dow is ahead 236 points at 35,014, NASDAQ. Is off 239 points and the S A P just dropped it and a half more news at 11 30 MORE bloom Daddy Next I'm Natalie Rodriguez News radio 6 10 Wi OD. Life for himself. Florida Brian Mud Show starts right now Use radio 6 10 w Y o D. Hey, bloom that in for Brian, Brian has the day off. Matter of fact, I'll be in tomorrow to 8666 10 news If you want to give me a ring. I'm not Jeff Bezos..
"over seven million people" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Next update in 10 Minutes on NewsRadio, 6 10. Wi OD on showers and thunderstorms continue impacting west Miami and South Miami Pine Crest He Biscayne a still dry those 80 degrees here, North Bay Village, 82 84 in Plantation and Coral Springs. It's nine Oh, one. Indoor mask rules could be changing on ABC News, Dr Anthony Fauci suggested indoor mask requirements could be relaxed as more people get vaccinated. The CDC recently said people who are vaccinated don't need to wear mass in most outdoor situations. However, the agency says Mass should still be warned by everyone in public indoor settings. The mutual news radio 6 10 W. Y O D Lord, meanwhile, marking a milestone and its effort to kill the coronavirus, the Department of Health announcing yesterday over seven million people have now been completely vaccinated statewide. There were 33 more deaths reported in over 3200 new cases of infections Miami International Airport, though his latest pop up site for your covert shots For the remainder of the week. Concourse D is the place to go or there's also a drive thru set up in the taxi overflow. Lot of the airport workers family and travelers who live or work in the state are eligible, and officials will be returning to Emma and three weeks to offer the second dose of the Fizer vaccine. No. Three The Broward School board continues the tug of war of the separation agreement with Superintendent Robert Runcie, who is voluntarily resigning after being indicted on a felony perjury charge. School board chair Roslyn Osgood's working on a deal to terminate Runcie without cause meaning will get 90 days notice and leave with a possible $400,000 retirement and fit on top of the 137,000 and severance and more than 100,000 and unused sick and vacation time. His attorney, Sheri Cole, says the work is an employee until October 6th and is happy, healthy interim our newly named superintendent, he remains dedicated to the members of this community to our students, teachers, families and business partners. The school board is expected to vote. But on this deal tomorrow, Runcie will lose all state retirement benefits if he's convicted of perjury. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 w Y o D a teenage girl hurt after a House party shooting in Miramar. It happened at a home party in the gated Pelican Cove community along Southwest 31st Court. Lacey, a 14 year old girl is one of three people heard when shots were fired. Fight reportedly broke out between two women at the party. At least one of them left and came back with what's believed to be the gunman. All three victims are unstable conditions so far, no arrests. Least in Colorado are vowing to find the answers for grieving families and a mother's day tragedy. They say a woman's boyfriend barged into a mobile home during a birthday party and opened fire. He killed the woman and six other adults before taking his own life. Police chief. They're saying that his heart breaks for the Children who lost their parents mayor of Colorado Springs, calling it a senseless act of violence, and the governor also offered up all of his prayers to those impacted by the situation. It's now nine Oh four. Police firing tear gas and stun grenade canisters. Palestinians hurling stones outside Islam's third holiest site, the latest violence after days of mounting tensions in the old city of Jerusalem, the emotional ground zero of the conflict U. N. Security Council is scheduled close consultations that request by Tunisia, the Arab representative on the council. And just under 905. The trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange is expected to be a little bit more crowded Today, more brokers are being allowed to return. Those have been fully vaccinate against coronavirus will be exempt from random testing, but have to stay six FT apart. And where their masks The Marlins, taken another hit by the Brewers, 2 to 1 those prints and homered for the Marlins on Lee run in the fish are opening up a 10 game road trip tonight in Arizona. Heat holding off the Celtics in Boston, 1 30 to 1 24 is both fight for position in the Andes Eastern Conference playoff freeze guard Duncan Robinson talked about Miami, increasing its lead over Boston, a two games for sixth place here, No matter what you are going to be high stakes, high level highly competitive and, you know, especially coming off this game. Now the familiar familiarity will be high as well. At Orlando. That magic were blown out by Minnesota won 28 to 96 Churchill down suspending trainer Bob Baffert and Medina Spirit could be disqualified from this year's Kentucky Derby win. Bamford made it clear that he disputes the positive drug test on the Derby winner. Bamford described his reaction upon being informed of the horse testing positive for beta meth disown got the biggest get punch in racing for something that I didn't do. And in this, really it's disturbing. It's an injustice to the horse. In a statement, Churchill Down said If the findings are upheld, Medina spirits win will be invalidated and mandolin will be declared the winner de Mutual News radio 6 10 Wi OD Morning is coming up at 9 30. It's nine Oh, six. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, man. Thank you very much, not coming up in our next segment. If you're a rush head you won't want to miss it. James Golden, better known to most of us as both snidely or Mr Snugly. He will be joining us to talk about a new special limited edition podcast on the life. Well, Rush, Bo Rush Limbaugh is gonna tell us about it What it means to him putting it all together That and Maurin moments on NewsRadio. 6 10 wi od lyrics.
"over seven million people" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Causing a backup to Copans Road. Your next update in 10 minutes on NewsRadio, 6 10 w y o D. And we're taking a look right now. At South Lorraine are a little bit of rain still over home stand portions of Kendall. Haven't terror right now. 81 79 in Fort Lauderdale at 7 31, Florida's marking on milestone and its effort to eradicate coronavirus, the Department of Health announcing yesterday over seven million people have now been completely vaccinated. But there were 33 more lives lost to the cove it and over 3200 new cases confirmed. The nation's top infectious disease specialist, says there may be more changes coming to mask recommendations on ABC News, Dr Anthony Fauci suggested indoor mask requirements could be relaxed as more people get vaccinated. The CDC recently said people who are vaccinated don't need to wear mass in most outdoor situations. However, the agency says Mass should still be warned by everyone in public indoor settings. The mutual news radio 6 10 w. Y o D. Coming up on 7 33 Miami International Airport. Now the latest pop up vaccination spot today through Friday. Covert shots will be administered in Concourse D, and in a drive thru set up in the taxi overflow lot. Airport workers, family and travelers who live or work in the state are eligible, and officials were back in three weeks to offer the second dose of the Fizer vaccine. Public's, meanwhile, also accepting walk in customers for covert shots at all pharmacy locations while supplies last Anyone 18 and older can choose between the two dose Madonna or the one Dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Those who opt for modernist vaccine will be given an appointment to get their second dose. 7 33. The Broward School board continues the tug of war over the separation agreement with Superintendent Robert Runcie, who is voluntarily resigning after being indicted on a felony perjury charge. School board chair Roslyn Osgood's working on a deal to terminate Runcie without cause meaning will get 90 days notice and leave with a possible $400,000 retirement benefit on top of the 137,000 and severance and more than 100,000 and unused sick and vacation time. His attorney, Sheri Cole, says the work is an employee until October 6th and is happy, healthy interim our newly named superintendent, he remains dedicated to the members of this community to our students, teachers, families and business partners. The school board is expected to vote. But on this deal tomorrow, Runcie will lose all state retirement benefits if he's convicted of perjury. Wendi Grossman News radio's 6 10 w Y o D coming up now on 7 34. It looks like the president of the Federal Reserve Bank is warning people to not overreact to one jobs report and that there's still plenty of work to do on the economy. We're still somewhere between eight and 10 million jobs below where we were before the pandemic, Roughly 8 to 10 Million Americans ought to be working right now, if the covert crisis had not happened. Speaking on Speed s destination, Neel Kashkari noted that continuing distribution of vaccinations, the end of unemployment benefits and schools reopening should lead to stronger growth toward the end of the year. Despite what numbers may do this summer, he believes Americans gaining confidence and resuming normal life will be the biggest key to economic recovery. And being locked up at home with your kids during this pandemic doesn't mean that you have to sacrifice your taxpayer Bill of rights. Randy Samuelson, owner of SM CPS PC explains where to find those right there is a full taxpayer billet rights that's on the iris back of website. Global pandemic or not, if you were to receive an audit from the I R s the Bill of Rights says that you have 30 days to respond. You also have the right to get additional time to get your paperwork in order into potentially a men to return in case That there was a mistake made and key West is about to welcome back Papa Hemingway. Lots of him after skipping 2020, the Ernest Hemingway look alike contest is returning in July. Been around for about 40 years and part of the Hemingway Days Festival held on the island. It's happening from July 22nd through the 24th hosted at the popular Sloppy Joe's Bar and stage right around Hemingway's July 21st birthday who spent most of the 19 thirties writing from the island. Warnings that aided 7 35 I'm Natalie Rodriguez. News radio 6 10 Wi OD.
Breakfast with Sammy J
European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between J and J Vaccine and Blood Clots
"They use medicines regulator has warned. There's a possible link between the Johnson and Johnson covert 19 vaccine and rare blood clots. Your correspondent Samantha Holy The European Medicines Agency pulls the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after US officials detected eight rare blood clock cases. Including one death among the nearly seven million people who've been vaccinated, European officials have now concluded unusual clots with low blood platelets should be listed as a rare side effect. What it sees. As with the estrogenic, a vaccine over all the benefits outweigh the risks. The UK is yet to approve the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Mark and Melynda
European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between Vaccine and Blood Clots
"Regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London, at least of the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. And blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies, Sabine Strauss says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. Product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders. Among seven million people who received the
WTOP 24 Hour News
EU Agency Calls For Blood-Clot Warning on J and J Vaccine
"The Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine should come with a warning about blood clots. Last week, J and J stopped its European rollout after US officials recommended a pause in the vaccine when they detected six very rare blood clot cases. Among nearly seven million people who had been vaccinated. The European Medicines Agency says the rare blood disorder should be considered as a very rare side effect. The U. S could be getting use of the vaccine again later this week. It's not clear yet when it will be distributed again in Europe. Traveling outside the U. S. The spring or
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"over seven million people" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Ear to declare your independence of your stomach. Yeah keep night. We were yacking with at the end. Daily bowtie squared okay and howard being in cottonwood. I'm not supposed to say that. Mr h at the end but whatever you know get off my butt man. It's hard. I know you guys get secret. Named whatever the hell anyway you know. Kita he's here in arizona amber trying to convince them to go to jack live. We'll get him to speak and give them what for and i. I don't know if who put the camping thing. It's like dirt and stuff but we'll see what happens there At the end you've been to jack up before have you gone. I have. I was there last year and i was just you know. I think the most important thing is that it tripled from around two hundred people to six hundred in the middle of a global pandemic spanish because of the pandemic. We were just talking about that. We think volunteerism is the fastest growing political movement on the planet popping. Up your there's vets popping up. There's the ones that exist tripling in size in the middle of a pandemic part of the new club of its big kinda gotta lotta subscribers and your cancelled. So i don't really size was not a thing with me. It was accuracy. Truth being correct in my assertion that i get to be left alone. I vote that you know. I gotta votto kavak. What what. so this. it's growing there is a lot of influence. There is a lot of participation. It's really starting to happen. You know a lot like when we started doing the tour like you pick the wrong. Worst time to god did i. I mean you know this is like the best time to be out in. Just kinda feeling. What's going on and rule america and the the bus we when we go to different places. We're not going to the large cities. We kind of avoid that you know. We're on the outskirts. Maybe some low community or town some local county guy bugging. Somebody emerged there to help. And i'm i'm really concerned about where this goes because this power this energy this understanding this rationalization of individual freedom and so on. I'm looking for it. The manifest itself in different places now. The free state project in new hampshire would scream. You know. we'll get your butt up here to new hampshire. Which you've gone you've spent time there. You're doing you know you support that. But now and i'm sure you'll keep spending time there but now you're in arizona. I'm going okay bob. Why whether i mean you know has a lot to do it. But you know i'm just you know what do you think it's gonna take for us to come together and protect each other without having to protect the of somebody being stupid you know. Reflect on all of this or if they're not being stupid and the government's being stupid how much obligation. We got the throwing ourselves in front of the tank for them. You know so. I'm just wondering how this is going to manifest itself in support of freedom as a as a philosophy a group or even a collective you know what we. What are we talking about here. why arizona go well. The reason for zone is i fell in love and so it's the ability. We see. Squared is now engaged and -gratulations arizona. Thank you thank you. Thank you zona. Is it someone that i've met. Make sure same person aren't i never know. So that was that was the impetus and part of it was that part of it was the weather and so i'm a member of the free state project and i do. My goal is still to to help free new hampshire by widely exposing illegitimacy and the criminality of government. But i've always said that. I'm going to snowbird it's And i'm going to you know Spend the winter months in a more favourable climate and so So that's kind of my goal and the second. Stay out of the three. The three states that i think we could free the easiest. There's like four states. I think that are prime to be the first states to go. And it's wyoming new hampshire idaho and arizona arizona's the biggest got over seven million people which makes it larger than someplace like wyoming with six hundred thousand people or new hampshire with one point three million people but got a fantastic. It's got to climb climat. It's got a kind of a history of liberty like the population here. Nobody's going along with this mask stuff in cottonwood where i live now. I mean there are some people wearing masks and everything but you know ninety percent of restaurants except that yeah. The major chains are leading you shop without the mask and even the major chains. They're looking the other way. You know a lot of cases. I mean there are some that are mask nazis. But there's you know there's a climate of freedom here. I want to point out that you know speaking of the free state project steel. We're talking about porcupine freedom festival coming up in june. That was hundred people last year this year. They're expecting two thousand. Plus two thousand these like. I said i think we are. I think the liberty movement is the fastest growing political movement on the planet. And it's been a beach ball that they've been trying to hold underwater. Start figuring out. How cool it is. They're trying to hold that beach ball. Awesome that's a good a good description. The i've seen it from a different perspective. I mean of course you know circumstances and happen and always been an advocate that those circumstances always happen. You just got to be ready. You gotta be principled. Gotta have good credibility the future's all about credibility who you believe and be ready for it because when the flood comes to be a common nothing you can do to stop it anyway. Well last year almost didn't happen now. Be the owns rogers campground. He's like hey man it cost me a couple hundred thousand dollars openness saying if i can't make my money back or do it. Why even do it you know. I don't need the money you know. I'm good and so i'm sure as hell not willing to waste it. So then when the free state project or voluntarist and the people in new hampshire. Look we'll help you will presell would get do it. And he was willing to work with them. I find him fork fast between pork fast and fork fast. Which is kind of a decentralized. Jack eloped pork vast kind of thing you know worth open. It will open. He made out okay probably a lot better than a lot of his competitors. So what happened. I saw going back atmosphere of pork fast. Last year is going back to the early days. When it was kind of a jack elope do own thing. Dang and we're not going to get in your way well. It was very successful so this year. They're going oh we want to keep that flavor a little bit a couple of dials that we're going to turn that kind of thing so we'll we'll see how that goes but it's going to get like the old days where it was a lot of people the people in the camp ground worthy of that you a sponsor from coke industries and get some heritage guy or bill. Well to get up there and be. I'll give a what bay say. I'd rather be at the. You know the fires in the crowd of. We're having fun over here so i don't know what the hell you guys were talking about. Then forecast happened well. This was the same thing the reason why we did jack. Lope is to demonstrate the decentralized. Nobody's in charge. Everybody is kind of thing. So this is good to see. And i think what you're talking about about exploding. Is you know it's time but.
Hammer and Nigel
Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused over rare blood clots
"From you at all about the pausing of the rollout of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I mean, it's already been rolled out with it's about seven million people been vaccinated so far where there has been an issue. I don't e don't know. Issues the right word blood clots in six different women. One has died. Ones in the hospital. Any any paws cause for concern for you there? I don't think so. Remember, They did this to the AstraZeneca vaccine. They're in Europe and now it's It's back to being used. I believe so. Even experts like this could be just a couple days just just to recheck the Johnson Johnson vaccine is the one that I would take. You know, One shot and done is where I would rather be. No, I'm not. I'm not concerned by it, but I can appreciate the Indiana was like, okay. We're not gonna offer it for for a couple days. We didn't get out. We didn't get any kind of directive from the FDA. We're just gonna follow along so we don't get sued. That's how I read it that so I took the press release
Cook County Halt Johnson & Johnson Vaccines, Scramble to Reschedule Appointments
"35,000 appointments will be made available for the vaccine at three o'clock today in Cook County for those 16 and over and those appointments are for the mass vaccination cited includes only Fizer and Moderno vaccines. Now the county is halted the use of Johnson and Johnson, while the CDC and the FDA investigate a number of cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot. And individuals were reported ABC is Ava Pilgrim. It's really important to note this type of blood clot was seen in combination with low levels of blood platelets, and the treatment of this specific type of blood clot is different from the treatment that might typically be administered. Now, nearly seven million people have gotten the J and J vaccine at this point. Johnson and Johnson responding, saying in a statement. The safety and well being of our people who use our products is our number one priority. At present, no clear causal relationship has been established between these rare events and the vaccine. CDC recommends people who have received a James J vaccine and developed severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain or shortness of breath within three weeks of inoculation to contact their health care provider. Meantime, Illinois health officials have halted all use of the J and J vaccines providers or to use Madonna and Fizer. The same goes for Indiana. If you're headed there to try and get a
The cost of vaccine inequality
"Of covid. Vaccinations is picking up in the us. More than eighty seven million people have gotten at least one dose still communities hit. Hardest by the disease are getting left behind. who are they. What's the trouble it's true that states are opening up vaccination to more and more people but black and latino people are still getting vaccinated at lower rates than white and asian people despite getting sick and dying and higher numbers from covid. I know you did some reporting on this with our colleague. Graphics editor amanda montanez. What states did you look at. So we broke down the data for five populous states with some of the worst covid outbreaks california texas florida new york and illinois. The data showed that latino people had some of the lowest vaccination rates proportional to their share of the population especially in california in texas black people in new york and florida are also getting vaccinated at notably lower levels. What's behind those trends. What's the reason for them. Well many states have age minimums for vaccination but black people have shorter life expectancy than white people on the whole so they are at higher risk of dying before they even reach the age. Cutoff and many black and latino households are less likely to have high speed internet and the time to spend online booking appointments. They're also less likely to own a car or be able to get the vaccination sites language barriers an. Id requirements also. Make it harder for some people to get their shots. Finally vaccine hesitancy plays a role in some communities of color for legitimate reasons. But more and more of those people are now willing to get a vaccine. The government and health departments could make it easier by lowering semaj barriers. Helping those most at risk. Make get their appointments and opening more community clinics.
After 10 years of war, 'heart breaking to see suffering of Syrians
"Joining you and uses mr had regional humanitarian coordinator for the syria crisis. Welcome mr head. We meet on the tenth anniversary of the syrian war. Describe what the un is doing for. Ordinary syrians are still code up in this war. Although it's no fault of their own thank you very much. thank you for having. It's unfortunate that after ten years. They knotted nations still having to provide humanitarian assistance to millions of people in in syria between displaced people between bellevue. Jeez between people who lost livelihoods. It's very unfortunate. I myself was a country that in syria before the crisis started and i never imagined that after ten years of conflict i will still be working as a humanitarian worker. Providing aid to the to the people syria who has been affected affected by ovulation. This year we estimate that approximately more than thirteen point seven million people who are who would be in need of humanitarian assistance. And he had. I mean the variety of the human humanitarian assistance is assistance is like you need the entire dropdown menu of humanitarian humanitarian assistance. For those people inside syria we are the suffering of the people women children and that it's really hard at the heartbreaking for somebody who works in the humanitarian field but also for somebody who worked in syria and syria before the conflict started. Let alone for somebody who comes from the region. It's really heartbreaking to see the situation in syria and how this country now the people of this country the syrian people are facing oldest challenges and built situations mr. Do what can concerned people listening to this interview to help you. End until the people of syria to survive the ongoing conflict until some political fountain. Fighting as you like you said what is needed now is a ticket solution. And let's be clear about the end of the crisis is what everybody wants. Not only in syria but in the region and entire world people can make a difference. Everybody can make a difference. There are two types of interventions people can do first of all. We need to make sure that politicians apply pressure politicians who have influenced countries who have influenced governments influence apply pressure on all warring parties in in syrian factions to make sure that they put their weapons aside and sit on a table. Starting talking about t start talking about the best interest of the people. It's time to put the interest of the people before any other interest. What is more important now is. The people is the future of the syrian people and the future of syria as as a country. In addition to that of course until solution is found there is no alternative to that humanitarian support to the people as i said. Millions and millions of syrian people need need different type of protection and a lot of The platforms lot of ways to donate money. So the world food program to unisom f- Other other agencies ngos that is this is the time really to stand by the syrian people to show them that. It's not only the not alone in this in this world. That are not alone. This conflict there are people who care that. Our common values between the people in syria and people in the states that people in europe japan australia and africa and all continents. This is very important to make. Sure that the syrian people are supported with Through this