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"In a statement. The University of Maryland says Saturday's game will not be rescheduled, but the team is still set to host Rutgers. December 12th more about this in sports at 7 15. The first official covert case in this country was thought to be in mid January of this year. But now we learned it was circulating here at least a month before that, and that suggests there was a lot we still don't know about its spread and unknown victims, forensic pathologist and author from the San Francisco Bay Area Doctor Judy and Melnick. Joining W T. O P. Sean Anderson and Hilary Howard from New Zealand to discuss this revelation. It didn't surprise me at all. It's something that I had written about in a column because I had been asked to review the autopsy report of Patricia Dowd, the first victim. On American shores from Corona virus, who was identified in April, But she had actually died in February. So there was a delay in getting her diagnosis. And that's exactly why we didn't pick up these cases. There just wasn't enough testing. So did you find anything when you were working here in the states that became a red flag regarding the virus? Well, the red flag for me was the fact that I was looking at protocols and procedures from other countries. I was looking at protocols from China from one itself from Singapore from Taiwan, and they were taking the virus a lot more seriously than we were. They were masking up sooner. They were ramping up their testing, and they were locking. Down or shutting down services and large gatherings of people very early on in the process. So if you look, for example, at New Zealand's response or Australia's response, it has been much more effective by getting people to follow social distancing guidelines and masking when necessary. And what do you think about the American response? I think the American response has been really suffering from a lack of coordination on the highest levels. Pandemic can on Lee be dealt with on a federal level. It can't be dealt with county by county and state by state as we've been doing because, as you know people travel if you lock down one city, they're going to go to their beach house in an adjacent county and they're going to spread the virus. So any response needs to be coordinated among all the different regions of the country to prevent the spread and also to encourage people to have good public health behaviors, like wearing a mask, washing their hands and staying isolated to there. Groups where they live in the people who they live with any time you're having a playdate or you're going to school or you're going toe work, you're expanding your bubble and you're increasing the risk of transmission. Anything else you think we need to consider as we move through this pandemic? I think the most important thing is to watch out for yourself and your family. I know that sounds really simple, but it's really easy to just wear a mask. Wash your hands and stay within your immediate family unit. And it's not that difficult. We have technology that we can use to do that. So I encourage people to focus on their own health and on their immediate families, especially those with pre existing conditions. Do you presume the death toll is far higher than we even know? Yes, it's act absolutely far higher, and we know this already because we're looking at excess deaths. So any study that looks at how many deaths there were in 2020, compared to the same time last year, see orders of magnitude of spikes and deaths and many of these air probably covert 19 deaths that weren't counted because we didn't have sufficient testing at the time. That's Dr Judy Melnick, forensic pathologist from California's Bay Area joining us on Skype. The often postponed Raven Steelers game is finally in the Looks tonight. It was a chance for RG three to make a professional comeback. Was that to be find out next? What.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The corona virus was circulating in northern California as early as January KCBS is Melissa call Ross tells us one local expert believes this information could help the public health officials prepare for what we might expect in terms of the spread of the virus later this year the CDC looked at several types of evidence to determine a timeline for community circulation in the U. S. of the virus that causes Kobe nineteen including the case of Patricia Dowd the Santa Clara county woman who died from the disease on February sixth in trying to reconstruct her history and some of the early history of importations into Washington state it appears that there's a several lines of evidence that are consistent with the virus circulating in Washington and northern California at least on the third or fourth week of January infectious disease specialist Dr George Rutherford with UCSF says this timeline suggests that some early chains of transmission in this country probably died or we would have many more cases of covert nineteen in Santa Clara county and that's important as the pandemic continues my primary interest and that's trying to understand which change weapon which chains of transmission died so we could get a much better deal on but we're going to be seeing this summer and into the fall as states and counties continue to relax shelter in place orders and restart the economy experts say there is potential for increased transmission of covert nineteen going forward Melissa call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS we'll have an update on protests in San Francisco over the death of a black man in Minneapolis and help police here our response more weight right out KCBS traffic.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 8 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The vehicles and so now they've got both sides absolutely stop it's one more reason why we're the bay area's number one news station all news all the time on KCBS okay CBS news time to forty two good afternoon I'm Dan Mitchinson a new report from the centers for disease control and prevention suggests that the corona virus was circulating in northern California as early as January KCBS is Melissa call Ross reports one local expert believes this information could help public health officials prepare for what we might expect if the virus returns this summer or fall the CDC looked at several types of evidence to determine a timeline for community circulation in the U. S. of the virus that causes Kobe nineteen including the case of Patricia Dowd the Santa Clara county woman who died from the disease on February sixth in trying to reconstruct her history and some of the early history of importations into Washington state it appears that there's a several lines of evidence that are consistent with the virus circulating in Washington and northern California at least on the third or fourth week of January infectious disease specialist Dr George Rutherford with UCSF says this timeline suggests that some early chains of transmission in this country probably died or we would have many more cases of covert nineteen in Santa Clara county and that's important as the pandemic continues my primary interest and that's trying to understand which change weapon which chains of transmission died so we could get a much better deal on but we're going to be seeing this summer and into the fall as states and counties continue to relax shelter in place orders and restart the economy experts say there is potential for increased transmission of covert nineteen going forward Melissa call Ross KCBS NFL owners remain optimistic there will be a normal football season Kevin's got the details coming up in ninety seconds on KCBS hi this is Jason Brooks now delivering stock market updates and other financial news you need from my home in the East Bay.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The death of the Santa Clara county woman in February is raising questions about the extent of damage the virus can cause to a person's internal organs fifty seven year old Patricia Dow didn't just die of a heart attack or heart literally ruptured it's the first known case of covert nineteen causing such a dramatic impact the body's main organ meats all of the cold bid illnesses being primarily one of the loans Dr William Schaefer is a professor of preventive medicine at the Vanderbilt University School of medicine and an adviser to the CDC he says the viruses known to damage other internal organs including the kidneys the Patricia Dowd's case at autopsy obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle showed the virus also damaged her trachea and it tested for all learning more and more about what Congress can do to the human body almost on a daily basis and this is another item potential heart attacks that now is something that we all have to look for in our covert patience Jeffrey Schaub Katie C. B. S. looks like public service organizations could play an important role in corona virus testing and contact tracing KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross explains how contact tracing is the process of tracking the contacts of people who have been infected with the novel coronavirus and democratic congressman John Garamendi of Walnut Creek says people are necessary to do that work this is contact situation where you have to reach out and contact people usually by phone sometimes internet just a trace down who might be infected so Garamendi has introduced legislation to create a nationwide workforce to perform contact tracing of course follows the testing which requires a very large number of people so probably a couple hundred thousand across the nation and we would recommend using now some of the programs that are already in place these programs are service organizations such as americorps the legislation known as the United act would increase recruitment of these organizations and use those public service volunteers to support public health workers the positions would be paid governor Newsom has said that expanding testing and contact tracing in California is necessary to determine whether the stay at home order can be modified Melissa call.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Reports the death of the Santa Clara county woman in February raises questions about the extent of damage the virus can cause to a victim's internal organs fifty seven year old Patricia Dow didn't just die of a heart attack or heart literally ruptured it's the first known case of covert nineteen causing such a dramatic impact the body's main organ meats all of the cold bid illnesses being primarily one of the loans Dr William Schaefer is a professor of preventive medicine at the Vanderbilt University School of medicine and an adviser to the CDC he says the viruses known to damage other internal organs including the kidneys the Patricia Dowd's case at autopsy obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle showed the virus also damaged her trachea and it tested for all learning more and more about what Congress can do to the human body almost on a daily basis and this is another item potential heart attacks that now is something that we all have to look for in our covert patients Jeffrey Schaub Katie C. B. S. the dorms **** in almost a year he will house people who have tested positive for this coronavirus KCBS is Curtis Kim I tells us this afternoon the agreement between the college and the county also includes use of the student center engines the main goal is to provide a secure facility for people in Sonoma county who have the corona virus the campus has been undergoing a transformation for several weeks with the National Guard helping to move equipment and supplies Gina Rivera is the assistant director of Sonoma county's department of public health that people will be housed here are those who are covert vulnerable and those are individuals who are over the age of sixty five and those who are at risk according to the female female medical guidelines people who test positive will be sequestered in the student center or several recreational facilities one dormitory so Mignon will be used by people awaiting covert nineteen test results and possible patient with low care needs after Saudi has a capacity of two hundred people the Virgil village dorm will be used to house higher risk people the homeless and those over sixty five in San Francisco Kurdistan KCBS health officials now warning about something new as the corona virus continues to spread more on that just ahead borough eight right now traffic and weather together every ten minutes so let's get back out to the roads and get an update from Peter Schofield in Richmond eighty eastbound at Central Avenue the crash is blocking the two left.

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WTOP

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on WTOP

"Showed fewer hospitalizations on Saturday the governor Larry Hogan tells ABC this week that it was the worst day yet in Maryland for Kobe nineteen deaths well we have some encouraging numbers on hospitalizations and I see you with her which are leveling off we're still going up with the spec for the number of cases in the number of deaths the DC department of corrections as an additional thirteen inmates have tested positive for coronavirus fifty four inmates have tested positive are in isolation others have recovered thirty seven workers a DC jails of also tested positive although the White House denies the Wall Street journal is reporting that the trump administration is discussing replacing health and Human Services secretary Alex is our new website in Fairfax county sharing everything from total cases and patella these two cases by locality age group and racial groups is now up and running and the CDC is adding new symptoms of coronavirus including chills repeated shaking with chills muscle pain headache sore throat and a new loss of taste or smell we are now learning more additionally about the first person known to have died in the United States from the corona virus a woman in California the San Francisco Chronicle has details of the autopsy the autopsy shows that the covert nineteen infection had spread throughout the body of fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd the cause of death was a massive heart attack which ruptured the heart the report indicates that the virus had infected her heart muscles it was also found in her trachea lungs and intestines the medical examiner who performed the autopsy said the woman was mildly overweight but had no other medical conditions Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles and now I turn to some happier news it started on a porch in Maryland now a cellist is looking to brighten the mood during the corona virus pandemic and this tell us can be heard around the world.

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WTOP

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on WTOP

"Johns Hopkins Maryland showed fewer hospitalizations on Saturday but governor Larry Hogan tells ABC's this week that it was the worst day yet in Maryland for covert nineteen deaths well we have some encouraging numbers on hospitalizations and I see you with her which are leveling off we're still going up with the spec for the number of cases in the number of deaths the DC department of corrections says an additional thirteen inmates have tested positive for coronavirus a new web sign in Fairfax county shares everything from total cases of the virus and fatalities the cases by locality age group and racial groups the CDC has added six new symptoms of coronavirus chills repeated shaking with chills muscle pain headache sore throat and new loss of taste or smell are now considered symptoms we're learning more about the first person known to have died in the U. S. from the corona virus the woman in California the San Francisco Chronicle has details of the autopsy that was performed the autopsy shows that the covert nineteen infection had spread throughout the body of fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd the cause of death was a massive heart attack which ruptured the heart the report indicates that the virus had infected her heart muscles it was also found in her trachea lungs and intestines the medical examiner who performed the autopsy said the woman was mildly overweight but had no other medical conditions Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles did you catch the guest star who opened the latest version of SNL last night on NBC's Saturday Night Live I'm doctor Anthony Fauci first I'd like to thank all the older women in America who have sent me supportive inspiring and sometimes graphic emails and then the weekend classes were swept off revealing Brad Pitt St this into the real Dr Fauci thank you for your con your clarity in this undergoing time thank you to the medical workers first responders and their families for being on the frontline and now live kinda from all across America it's Saturday night the cast once again broadcasting from home Vicki Barker CBS news well the clubs weren't pumping last night but there are new ways for DJs rail or spy ring to tap into their creativity it's called a citizen DJ the project by Brian fool who is an innovator in residence at the library of Congress invites the public to make hip hop music using the library's public audio and moving image collections that in turn helps listeners discover items in the library's vast collections that they likely never knew existed just ahead on money news well Americans want to fill stadiums and theatres once they can again it's one fifty four the interest probably has something to do with the interest rates Dave Johnson here it is I've shared with you Jennifer young.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"For child abusers especially those who conflict sexual torture we want mandatory at least eighty years the suspect Keith Lee junior is a schedule to go to court to may seventh we are learning more now about the first person known to have died in the U. S. from the corona virus a woman in California the San Francisco Chronicle has details of the autopsy that was performed more from CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen it also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles South Korea is taking a significant step towards phasing out social distancing restrictions the county re opened a large houses of worship today but required participants to wear masks and keep their distance reporter Jason Strother has more now from Seoul many south Koreans returned to their churches or Buddhist temples on Sunday this comes as the number of new coronavirus cases hasn't risen above fifteen for the past week some churches restricted attendance and worshippers were asked to wear masks and set apart at some distance during service an outbreak inside a church in February sparked south Korea's covert nineteen epidemic the virus lockdown means of support groups for addicts aren't meeting and for many that's become a serious problem I'm Jim chrysalis many recovering alcohol and drug addicts are having trouble being stuck at home as the corona virus pandemic plays out Lynn Eldridge is a clinical therapist in Charleston West Virginia it is our goal because they're not being able to get out there not being able to work they're not being able to all coronaviruses forced the cancellation of all important group therapy.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:12 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Have the most cases of coronavirus and the most deaths from it in the world and while no one can blame the president and his administration for the coronavirus the question is what responsibility they have for our nation's response some concern that removing ETS are in the middle of pandemic may not be the best course and we're learning more about the first person known to have died in the U. us from the corona virus a woman in California the San Francisco Chronicle with the details of the autopsy that was performed as we hear from CBS's the fireman the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen is also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles masks plexiglas in temperature taking among the things that will be necessary to restart the economy in the midst of the pandemic of according to Dearborn congresswoman Debbie Dingell saying we don't have enough corona virus tests is the answer ultimately and when someone becomes symptomatic gore you have a reason that Dan Tracy if we determine that someone else has discovered positive spin Tracy that person's contacts will be critical in terms of trying to manage the virus as it starts to reappear Diggle saying we'll all have to get used to wearing masks and people have to space found in places such as auto plants but our workers adapting to it working from home according to a new survey commissioned for the employment firm Robert half vice president robin Antin says it's a mixed bag they feel less distraction because there's nobody there to talk to in some cases right so they don't have the co workers next year that that boxing stories October asking them questions that they have a lot of protected time and then others it's difficult they have young children at home but it's challenging expressway yeah there's not a lot out of the household.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on WTOP

"If you need more kitchen assistance contact their team twenty four by seven rocket mortgage dot com from their homes yours the team at rocket mortgage is with you Mary default the WTOP traffic that was gonna storm team four is Breanna Berman solo breeze this is one of those days is this no good to go out hard well at least this morning John you're right my I just let my dogs outside as I'm working from home and one of them was not too happy he wouldn't he wouldn't do it is to let out on the lawn so we're looking at heavy rainfall that's ramped up from overnight still ins heavy in some areas to the north east of our region and now we've got the second round of shower activity that's pushing through Herndon says the Washington fair **** facts and Woodbridge right now right along ninety five so if you do have to head out this morning make sure you give yourself a little extra time I know there are fewer cars on the road right now but we're looking at a potential hazards here with the rain for the afternoon hours showers pop back up back up we'll see thunderstorms likely later today isolated in nature and not tracking any severe weather threats sana may be strong at times highs in the sixties for the afternoon tomorrow morning looking at rain chances of the drying out partly sunny Monday afternoon highs on the cool side in the upper fifties and breezy for your the Tuesday forecast looking warmer upper sixties with plenty of sunshine it should feel nice on Tuesday chance of rain on Wednesday with a high around seventy degrees looking at our current temperature map right now Culpepper it is fifty one degrees in Bethesda fifty degrees and Germantown forty seven degrees thanks a lot it is seven forty two and we're learning more about the first person known to have died in the US from the corona virus it was a woman in California in the San Francisco Chronicle has details of the autopsy that was performed the autopsy shows that the covert nineteen infection had spread throughout the body of fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd the cause of death was a massive heart attack which ruptured the heart the report indicates that the virus had infected her heart muscles it was also found in her trachea lungs and intestines.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The latest coronavirus numbers nearly fifty four thousand people have died in the U. S. out of more than nine hundred and thirty nine thousand confirmed cases those figures according to John Hopkins university here in California the state department of public health reporting more than forty one thousand cases and more than sixteen hundred deaths forty eight more people have died from the virus in LA county during the latest reporting period that brings the total to eight hundred ninety five so far of more than nineteen thousand cases there been five new deaths in riverside county pushing the total there to one hundred and seventeen fatalities out of more than thirty four hundred confirmed infections in San Bernadino county the death toll eighty two out of more than seventeen hundred cases a hundred and twenty four new cases and two deaths have been reported in Orange County for total of thirty eight deaths in nearly two thousand infections the number of deaths in in San Diego county now stands at a hundred and eleven out of more than twenty nine hundred cases while the Ventura county figures are sixteen fatalities out of more than four hundred and seventy cases we're learning more about the first person known to have died in the U. S. from corona virus it's a woman in the bay area after the San Francisco Chronicle obtained the autopsy that was performed the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen is also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los traffic.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:26 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"S. from corona virus it's a woman in the bay area after the San Francisco Chronicle obtained the autopsy that was performed the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen is also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles could a vaccine once used to fight polio be re purposed to help battle covert nineteen there are some who say the oral polio vaccine known as O. P. V. could be a godsend right now among them is Dr Constantine at Yuma KOF associate director for research at the FDA office for vaccine research and review this is only a hypothesis of course this is exactly what you want to try to see based on the literature that we know and multiple studies conducted in many countries we do see this beneficial effect but of course they have no results for this particular virus corona motors dot macabre says this is his personal opinion not the FDA's and that trials to test the oral polio vaccine should be done quickly to see if it can help mitigate the pandemic until a specific cope with nineteen vaccine becomes available Kristen's can extend seventy newsradio although the corona virus mostly thought of as a respiratory disease doctors are learning that it can also kill people in some less obvious ways including by causing blood clots in patients lungs brains legs or other parts of their bodies Dr George title bomb of the Providence Saint John's health center in Santa Monica tells KNX the clock to turning out to be a surprisingly common effect of the virus this is doctors often don't realize it has happened in patients who are already in intensive care you're not going to recognize any of that stuff and somebody who's deeply sedated you can't judge for the many cases when somebody's in the ICU they may be suffering a stroke and you may not even know and doctor Teitelbaum says the exact reasons that the virus sometimes trigger blood clots not really clear yet during a global pandemic you've might have a lot of questions about health care like whether or not you should go see a doctor for something that could be potentially serious one local physician says you absolutely should seek professional guides before the problem gets any worse Dr Joseph chan is the medical director of emergency services at Beverly hospital in Montebello he says he's spoken with a lot of older patients with health health conditions for free to get help even though hospitals now have the capacity to take care of them any time people are having real medical issues like chest pain or abdominal pain or neurologic symptoms like numbness or tingling or problems with their vision they really need to be cognizant that they would normally go to the doctor for those kinds of things do not suddenly be afraid that they can't go to the doctor things like heart attack stroke and the plate is they're not taking a vacation during the quarantine Dr chan also says that he and other physicians are trying to help out with telehealth this allows people to call in their symptoms and see whether or not a trip to the doctor is essential it's two forty three traffic and weather together coming up in two minutes with Jeff Beck this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies we really want to thank my wife's cousin Marie who works so hard as a nurse saving others those who leave their homes to keep us safe in ours thank you yeah you guys.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A drive through testing site popped up Thursday asking those who may have had exposure to the virus to get tested based on those individuals that tested positive contacts both coworkers and family members as well been asked to come to this clinic there was a schedule for the drive through taxing those that came were asked to come at a specific time this was done to prevent overcrowding making sure there was only ever a handful of cars in line the extra B. T. V.'s Alexander K. we're getting more information on the first American known to have died of cold at nineteen a woman in northern California the San Francisco chronicle has reported details of the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen had also infected lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles for change at the top of the department of health and Human Services Alex Hayes are the secretary there's no question the secretary is our was slow and the response that he didn't sound the alarm early and the fact that he put a former labradoodle breeder in charge of the HHS coronavirus team suggested he didn't get the severity of the situation and lost our country valuable time analysts Leonard Stein horn this is CBS news WBZ news time for all three the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three and four oh three were saying some issues right now on route ninety three heading south bound and warmer in approaching route ninety three we do have a compromise vehicle off to the side and that's slowing things down for for about a half mile or so traveling right now on route two eastbound and westbound we continue to deal with some work crews in around route sixty two in Concord they'll be there for a little while longer traveling right now down to the south are pretty good shape on routes ninety five and twenty four little bit of a snag on route twenty four north bound around route at one thirty nine car off to the side watch out for that the Crohn's and colitis foundation has been at the forefront of inflammatory bowel disease research and care for over fifty years learn more about research education and support at the Crohn's and colitis foundation dot org it is forty five degrees in Boston under a partly cloudy sky I'm jacquard WBZ twenty four hour traffic network here's the four day WBZ accu weather forecast mostly cloudy this morning low forty two remaining cloudy later today with rain over spread in the area this afternoon along with a raw.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of the weekend your next traffic update at twelve twenty eight on the traffic leader Kay's Sabiha here's your KCBS six day forecast Sunday partly cloudy in the morning sunny in the afternoon highs upper fifties to mid sixties at the coast upper sixties to mid seventies along the bay upper seventies inland and then for the coming week we'll see lots of sunshine but it will be a little bit cloudy at times as well generally speaking the highs will be in the sixties and seventies along the coast and by the bay to the mid eighties inland Friday sunny skies highs ranging from the sixties at the coast to the mid seventies inland right now in San Francisco and a half moon bay it's fifty four degrees in Saratoga it's fifty nine degrees Nevado it's fifty five degrees Livermore at sixty one degrees traffic and weather together on the aids on all news one oh six nine and the A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time is twelve twenty we're learning more about the death of a Santa Clara woman now thought to be the first known coronavirus the totality in the United States the San Francisco Chronicle reports an autopsy report says fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd suffered a massive heart attack caused by the corona virus infection the report also found signs of the cove in nineteen infection in her heart trachea.

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04:44 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on WTOP

"Virus to get tested based on those individuals that tested positive close contacts both coworkers and family members as well been asked to come to this clinic there was a schedule for the drive through testing those that came were asked to come at a specific time this was done to prevent overcrowding making sure there was only ever a handful of cars in line X. J. B. TV reporter Alexander came we're starting to get more information on the first American known to have died of cold at nineteen I was a woman in northern California the San Francisco chronicle has reported details on how the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen is also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles in Washington on confirm reports of a possible change at the top of health and Human Services Alex Cesar's secretary there's no question the secretary is our was slow on the response that he didn't sound the alarm early and the fact that he put a former labradoodle breeder in charge of the HHS coronavirus team suggests that he didn't get the severity of the situation and lost our country valuable time Leonard Stein horn a CBS news political analyst this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. app WTOP news time one oh three it's Sunday April twenty six twenty twenty forty nine degrees going up to sixty one this is Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and W. T. O. P. dot com Stephanie gains Brian good morning a federal judge has ordered Saint Elizabeth's hospital to isolate patients exposed to the corona virus after several deaths in the facility St Elizabeth's hospital psychiatric facility in DC was ordered by a federal judge and an opinion Saturday to quarantine all patients exposed to the corona virus separately seven patients and two staff members have died from the virus as of Thursday sixty eight staff members and forty three patients have tested positive the decision was in response to a motion for emergency relief filed on behalf of three patients at St Elizabeth in his opinion judge Randolph moss stated that the continued spread of the virus at the hospital threatens the health and lives of patients and staff in addition to isolation his order requires reporting of numbers and conditions twice a week Valerie bonk WTOP news we're learning that thirteen more DC jail inmates have tested positive for corona virus the department of corrections says that brings the total number of inmates infected to fifty four the latest residents who tested positive for in isolation they're all men and range in age from twenty one to fifty seven the department also says one hundred and fifty four residents at the correctional treatment facility have been released from two week quarantine in return to the general population that's in accordance with CDC guidelines one hundred and seventy one new cases of corona virus have been announced in Washington DC since Friday bringing the total number of cases to almost thirty seven hundred one hundred and sixty five residents have died in Maryland eleven hundred and fifty new cases bringing the state's total to over seventeen thousand seven hundred cases the state has recorded eight hundred and seventy five deaths and Virginia has added seven hundred and seventy two cases of corona virus bringing the total number of cases to over twelve thousand the state has recorded four hundred and thirty six deaths there are more than thirty three thousand reported cases of the virus in DC Maryland and Virginia more than fourteen hundred people have died more than eighteen hundred people have survived the Ellis in Maryland and DC Virginia doesn't release that recovery information for more data go to WTOP dot com search corona virus the governors of Maryland and Virginia are releasing blueprints on how to restart their economies Virginia governor Ralph Northam says his status still at least two weeks away from allowing nonessential businesses to re open we cannot and will not lift restrictions the way you turn on a light switch it's one oh six Maryland governor.

Santa Clara - First known US coronavirus death caused by massive cardiac event

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Santa Clara - First known US coronavirus death caused by massive cardiac event

"New details this afternoon on the death of a Santa Clara woman who is now thought to be the first known coronavirus death in the United States San Francisco Chronicle reporting an autopsy says that or fines rather the fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd suffered a massive heart attack caused by this virus infection the report also found signs of a covert nineteen infection in our heart and lungs trachea researchers are still looking in the full impacts of the virus on the human

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Be a big problem won't you may be in no rush to get back into the dentist chair that Matteo county supervisor David Canepa says many of his constituents are especially the elderly are calling me in pain and complain that they can't see their dentures as it is right now only emergency procedures are taking place but Dr Sam Corey who works in a dental practice in Daly city says many patients are waiting to carry out other important procedures as well they should still need for missing teeth and plans right now we have so many patients waiting just to get the implants was stored thank you Canada is calling on the state to draw up a plan to get dentist back in business as soon as possible in a statement the California department of public health did not provide a reason as to why dental procedures were not included in the governor's announcement this past week but did say that the state is continually evaluating how best resume elective procedures keep Menconi KCBS we're learning more about the death of a Santa Clara woman male thought to be the first known coronavirus death in the United States San Francisco Chronicle reporting an autopsy report finds that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd suffered a massive heart attack caused by the virus infection the report also found signs of the covert nineteen faction in our hearts and lungs intestines researchers are still looking into the full impacts of the virus on the human body back with sports in three minutes on KCBS Hey.

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"patricia dowd" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 9 months ago

"patricia dowd" Discussed on KOMO

"Actually quoted in The Washington Post as it is difficult to find the headlines right this says authorities are investigating at the corona virus was here in the U. S. earlier than initially reported authorities determining to people in Santa Clara California died weeks before the first reported American death in late February family members told the LA times that a fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd became unusually sick in late January with flu like symptoms but then seem to be doing better she was working from home when her daughter found her dead on February sixth at the time they thought it was a heart attack we've actually directed beyond just Santa Clara go back as far as December to request the coroner's autopsy to dig even deeper as the curve looks to be flattening in New York it's still a daily struggle between life and death ABC's eva pilgrim senator Elizabeth Warren's brother has died from corona virus Warren tweeted her brother eighty six year old don Reid was charming funny and a natural leader Republican senator bill Cassidy offered condolences to his colleague it is tragic we can say he's eighty six years old is at increased risk all that he is your brother he is somebody who you love you grew up with and was now gone we can all feel will empathize I'm very sorry for was with them for a family the Massachusetts Democrat noted that re joined the airforce at nineteen and spent his career in the military that included more than five years off and on in Vietnam Michael Kastner reporting companies time one fourteen on our global traffic.

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