18 Burst results for "Paul Tenhaken"

The Latest: NY Gov. Cuomo: Restaurants, bars close at 10 pm

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: NY Gov. Cuomo: Restaurants, bars close at 10 pm

"Steps are being taken around the country to try to stop the latest spread of the corona virus in new York restaurants bars and gyms will have to close by ten PM no private gatherings of more than ten people in Indiana we are in the midst of a second search governor Eric Holcomb is bringing back some restrictions that limit crowd sizes and extends a mask mandate unfortunately too many of us and around the country have let our guards down and either assume we won't get it or if we do so be it in Sioux falls South Dakota mayor Paul TenHaken said no to a mask mandate I believe the small uptick in compliance we'll see we see from there so we will see are not worth the community division this will create violators would have been fined fifty dollars I'm at Donahue

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

14:59 min | 10 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KGO 810

"The position for an American doctor inside the Chinese governmental health network and that was an extraordinarily good use of American tax dollars because that person knew what was happening no matter what the Chinese communist governments set they have the kinds of relationships where people shared information they had the direct connection back to the CDC so that you could sound an alarm early for the United States that's what organizations like the World Health Organization and then after this international America gas what the president has done with his America first national security strategy is back up away from those institutions to stop stabbing them to stop funding them they don't stop occurring just because we stopped paying for it the Chinese and others move into leadership roles so these organizations will be less help to us will be more useful to our adversaries but because of this kind of self defeating policy on the president's part this is the Commonwealth club of California radio program you can learn more about the Commonwealth club it's many programs and how to become part of this a Commonwealth club Dr four you can find thousands of our podcast on iTunes and Google play today's program features James fallows and Corey shocking conversation with Marie Salada now back to our program one of course you know both of you it's not just in on the world stage right we have seen this administration I think you could argue really shirk its duties as the federal government I'm telling you know governor is that it was up to them to find their own test in their own personal protective gear for nurses and doctors but in a way it James you know going back to this idea that I know you've written about which is the brokenness of our federal system and the trusted people then it's engendered in some ways in our local and state governments it is an argument the reason this current situation argument for our sort of devolved federalist system like I mean it couldn't you see this as a good thing in a way because we have the leadership and it's not just from Democrats I mean look at Mike DeWine in Ohio and and how far he's taken things prior to the president of giving permission yes yes and I was gonna say yes but both sides say a yeah yeah yes and so it is striking that that Mike DeWine Republican of Ohio may have been along with Gavin Newsom officially Democrat of California there was from the two governors who are most aggressive early on Charlie Baker of Massachusetts a Republican has not match no JB Pritzker in Illinois and Jay Inslee in Washington state Democrats obviously so one of the points and Devin I made or struck by so much in our travels is especially at the mayor's level and generally the governor's level you don't really know what you mean obviously political alignment matters but the poison of national politics generally governors and mayors can't afford to indulge in that because they have to run a state they have to run it run a community so I guess I was a direct answer your question more directly yes of course one of the central axes of American life is the balance between the national and the local or the the state and that's that balance will continue number two in the current disastrous failure a federal leadership it is wonderful that so many governors not all of them but so many and so many mayors and so many regional officials are behaving so well we'll give an exception to the rule we spent a lot of time reporting in Sioux falls South Dakota the mayor of Sioux falls were of course there's been a big outbreak in a big meat packing plant just last couple days a plant where we spent a lot of time ourselves the mayor of Sioux falls South Dakota Paul TenHaken is a very conservative Republican he is behaving like other mayors right now saying we have to have some public safety the governor of South Dakota Christie gnome is one of the few governors are saying no not our problem so the tension is between a responsible mayor and one of the few governors who's not acting so I point to was we're fortunate to have governors and mayors were responding to challenge point three is there some things it would be better if the federal government debt the federal government can not only when they can set sort of it controls the port it can allocate strategic equipment among the states so yes this is a balanced country yes it's really a blessing that so many governors and mayors responding as they are in so many systems but number three it would be better there's jobs for the federal government the federal government should start doing them Corey I mean it seems like at the beginning of this in early March the president was most focused on the economy and the sort of potential implications of a shut down on that he has pivoted this week yesterday asserted total authority over whether states three open and how they re open one question from an audience member named Robert he also for overly dependent on political and social institutional norms and leader relationships for ensuring that the federal to state responses to pandemics is timely and effective which which also brings me to something else but I just noticed watching this which is like the deference we've seen from a lot of governors like like Gavin Newsom to the you know the president they don't want to anger him they don't want to criticize him I mean how are you thinking about that and like what is the right way in your mind for us to be I don't know I mean maybe even thinking process of like how to ensure this doesn't happen again I have been surprised at how much of what I believe is where constitutional or statutory constraints on executive power are actually normal hi Susan Hennessey and bandwidth as to have that and the anchors at the lawfare blog have a terrific book just out that explores all of the areas in which they were surprised that the president has latitude of action I share Roberts worry and it's coming into sharp relief has is that president and can't resist the temptation to act like a grifter and the S. circumstance to sort of say that people who support me are the people I'm going to get federal assistance to and that's morally wrong it also strikes me as bad politics in a presidential election year and the ultimate repository of our safety as Thomas Jefferson tells us all is ultimately the American people if our fellow Americans are gonna say that's okay then we have a very different kind of country that a country that expects its chief executive to being non partisan international crisis and to step forward and consoled the nation and and have a plan and in power were positive action and that's actually not what we are seeing president trump do and it's not only a great sorrow it's also having real world effects on people's lives and on the economy we are paying a much higher price in economic damage and and human sacrifice for the president's failures I mean what are your thoughts on what the political implications are going to be for that I mean it feels like we live in a sort of even before this groundhog day where the numbers go up and down a little bit but the president space is largely stayed with him and does anything give question I don't think I have any greater insight than any other American taxpayer on that subject James the only bus soon to talk electoral politics for a second to to the extent any of the laws of physics of American history apply to our current time you would observe two things one is in every electricity election since the civil war or to to to to to Canada election the losing can't a date has always gotten at least forty percent Herbert Hoover got forty percent against FDR in nineteen thirty two Barry Goldwater got almost thirty almost forty percent against unions in nineteen sixty four there is a the fact that thirty five or forty percent of the public is reliably with you does not necessarily mean you're going to win and that's just what one wants factor the the other just a law of physics is that every president in the history of polling is at some point been above the mid sixties in his his approval rating I work for Jimmy Carter long ago his high approval rating was I think sixty nine or seventy percent Barack Obama was in the low seventies each of the George bush's was above ninety at some point because of their their wartime efforts Bill Clinton was in the seventies Donald Trump has never reached even fifty percent in the year and the approval rating and so by of past physics this is not a strong hand to be holding going into a reelection race because things were so surprising last time we were hesitant to apply the law laws of physics to the next time but to add one thing briefly what Corey saying before the radically or in the way the government is supposed to run a president in times of crisis represents the interest of the public and state governors represent the interests of their people regardless of their political affiliation you can see some governors who you know do not agree with Donald Trump governor Cuomo in New York governor Newsom in California governor Insley in Washington they don't agree with him on practically anything but they recognize the interest of their state required them to cooperate with the with the powers that be in Washington so they are behaving the way leaders are supposed to behave the insistence right now that people sort of propitiate themselves propitiate trump that that that is a that is abnormal and we won't even talk about the the prefix unless you bring them up well I was going to actually you know I don't know if you guys caught yesterday's briefing but he played what was actually pretty low budget surprisingly I'm as propaganda video I mean it seemed like something you might play at a campaign rally over a press briefing Corey areas like do you think Americans should at this point almost be tuning out those briefings because then you know the headlines were getting elsewhere but I mean what you're sort of take it like a pro to all of this how are you thinking about how to sort of call your own exposure to the media which is really overwhelming right now I think regardless of whether where you sit politically I do think people should watch the grease things so that they can judge whether the president's comportment is providing information that the public needs for safety and prosperity whether they are comfortable with the president's behavior in the crisis weather and he is improving public safety I personally am shocked that the president is so violating the norm of expected presidential behavior and so politicizing and using for personal aggrandizement flat it seems to me it would be better used for public information for helping people to understand the nature of the problem so are helping us understand how to make this okay eventually and I think the fact that the president's not doing that is something that should weigh heavily and all of our judgments as we choose our political leaders and do you foresee that there could be any sort of long term shifts in terms of the power structure between states and the federal government and because of this I mean we've we talk a lot about the norms that that trump might have violated and what that could mean longer term for political system but it's strictly that this could pretend a shift as well you want where you want to take that first I am skeptical that it will result in a major reshuffling as the story is our responsibilities between states and the federal government but I do think it will have long term consequences and reminding us that governors have to be good chief executive in a way you very many national politicians don't have to running a Senate staff isn't necessarily the best preparation for running the federal government but running as state as you know the magnitude of California or Washington state or Ohio where you have to balance your budget every year and also provide health care it does seem to be likely that it's gonna remind us why historically so many governors have banned effective presidents I want to kind of shift our discussions are looking forward to November because obviously the cornerstone of our democracy is a free and fair election I want to start with Wisconsin because what happened there even in this extraordinary time did sort of rise above the noise can you just tell me your thoughts on how things played out there and what concerns you having in Wisconsin is such an important state for you know the question of who becomes the next president yes indeed in and I'll preface that just with briefly falling on some accord was saying about the governor versus senator distinction it really is the case that that governor is looking sort of with raised eyebrows about senators always say senators just have to give speeches and you know take positions and governors.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

07:56 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KCBS All News

"That is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns ordered and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts of the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit by bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with itself and I was saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding capital Corrigan reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper yea Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread not gonna be the man to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today it's two oh three at the bay area's news station KCBS another gorgeous afternoon unseasonably warm away from the coast good afternoon I'm Patty rising in the case CBS studios in San Francisco along with Jeff bell in his home studio in Marin county here's what's happening governor Gavin Newsom today announced a new measure to help those who have lost their jobs because of the crime virus pandemic KCBS reporter Doug sovereign says says you might have heard on the hourly news Newsome is also making California the first state to extend covert nineteen financial assistance to undocumented essential workers well Jeff and Patty the governor revealed that two point seven million Californians have lost their jobs now that the pandemic that's almost fourteen percent of the state's workforce so he's beefing up the call center for people to apply for benefits so that it's open twelve hours a day seven days a week a lot of people that are time getting through bowing to pressure from philanthropic immigrants rights groups he also announced a first in the nation plans for financial assistance for undocumented Californians who are still working because they're essential there are people in need and this is a state that steps up always to support those in need regardless of status ten percent ten percent of California's workforce is undocumented ten percent any over representation of that workforce is undocumented in the areas that are so essential to meeting the needs of tens of millions of Californians so the state will spend seventy five million dollars supplemented by fifty million from charities to give undocumented workers up to five hundred dollars each or one thousand dollars per household they're not eligible for those federal assistance checks or for state unemployment or sick leave benefits the governor also said the undocumented you get tested and treated anywhere that accepts patients that have Medicaid I'll even though they don't this is a good health strategy it it's the right moral and ethical and I would argue economic thing to do reporting live Doug sovereign KCBS thank you Doug more families who have lost loved ones at bay area nursing homes are speaking out about what they say is a lack of transparency at the facilities as KCBS is Kathy Novak reports eleven people have now died at the Hayward center you know tried to check on his eighty four year old grand mother after he learned of an outbreak at the gate we care and rehabilitation center what we need to wait until I believe there were fifty three cases that's when it broke fifty three cases and six deaths at the time that was when his grandmother Emma petunia was moved to hospital on Friday and passed away Monday number ten what do you take that long for them to alert the public if I had known if I. gadgets no we probably would have passed the she moved to the hospital just so she could get evaluated by the time she finally woke up on Friday she had so many other health issues that they never even told us about the gateway center has still not responded to repeated requests for comment on Monday attorney John Burris said he filed a complaint with the state on behalf of the family of Castel ECRI who also passed away after contracting the virus virus as other families have since been in touch with him and he intends to file a case with the district attorney licensed health facilities including nursing homes in Alameda county have been ordered to take new measures including screening for temperatures and requiring staff to wear masks Kathy Novak KCBS getting a doctor's appointment is not a simple thing these days the pandemic is leading to an explosion of telemedicine or video conferencing with your doctor KCBS is Jim Taylor details what's going on at UCSF the fact is most doctors would rather you did not just drop in not in their office is not in the hospitals at UCSF hundreds of patients every day are now taking part in video consultations we've seen a seven hundred and eighty percent increase in the number of video visit that we're doing and at this point about sixty percent of the amatory care that we're providing is by video Dr Russ cucina says nothing beats a physical exam in person but for a lot of what you might call more routine care or follow up care it actually works terrific to do it by video and it's a real convenience to the patients because they can not have to take as much time off of work to get to the clinic they can do it from the safety of their home under current circumstances and meet the other obligations that are happening in our lives and of course the video thing really does address the whole concept of social distancing something that may remain with us when this is all over Jim Taylor KCBS well if your driver's license is about to expire don't sweat at the California department of motor vehicles says it's extending all driver's licenses expiring from March through may because of the outbreak those licenses will now remain valid through may thirty first for drivers under the age of seventy the DMV has already extended the life of expiring licensors for drivers seventy and older just ahead on KCBS this is Matt Bigler more bay area cities may be closing down streets to give people room to safely socially distance very encouraging the CBS news time to await for a time for us to be good afternoon to Kim Vestal Kim there is a rumor going around that you now have a window video yes and I cannot thank the engineering department and the crew responsible for a little remodel here at the San Jose bureau we were originally if well for the last month in a smaller office of four walls no window and felt pretty cooped up and now we've moved to an adjacent office with a floor to ceiling window and let you make such a difference I wish I could open the window but that's the next express thank yeah but if you're of the Easter foothills in downtown.

South Dakota David bag
"paul tenhaken" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"At home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns order and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts and the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit of its staggering through falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with itself and I was saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding capital Cormega reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro Schembri hay Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread welcome to demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today corona virus continues to spread in North Texas good afternoon Sapporo three on the care of the afternoon news I'm David Rankin with Kristen D. as thanks for staying with us Dallas County reports another death because of corona virus but believe it or not there is some good news the latest victim was a garland woman in her eighties she becomes the forty third death in the county health officials are also reporting another one hundred and nine cases of corona virus bringing the total to nineteen hundred ninety six Dallas County judge clay Jenkins says there are some positive signs at the curve is flattening it's very important that you keep making those good personal decisions are keep on doing what you're doing so well keep flooding that occurred you know what we're looking at a piece of mail that is either at the end of this month or maybe it's the beginning of next month sixty nine percent of the victims who died were man fourteen were in long term care facilities Austin your news radio ten eighty KRLD tearing county is reporting another person has died there fort worth woman in her seventies with underlying health conditions making her the thirtieth person in the county with the disease to pass away the county is also reporting another sixty one cases today for a total of nine hundred.

South Dakota
"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WTOP

"Is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns ordered and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts of the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit by bit staggering through falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with the company saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding cameo Corrigan reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for sure The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper yea Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread non commitment to public hills and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"That is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns order and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts of the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been a bit bit by bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with itself by saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding county according to reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper yea Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread modicum you demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Drove past Michigan capital is show their displeasure with her of keeping people at home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns ordered and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts and the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit by bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with the company saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding county according to reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper yea Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread Mongol me demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"S. account for nearly one third of the more than two million cases around the world and governors are trying to ease the fears of the people in their states who want and need to get it working again and get an income Michigan's Gretchen Whitmer people are lonely and isolated and frustrated and would give anything to return back to normal and I have to tell you I would too we're going to get there it's gonna take some time alone all happen overnight but we will get there her words come after hundreds of flag waving honking protesters drove past Michigan capital is show their displeasure with her of keeping people at home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns order and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts of the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit a bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with the Java saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding capital Corp I got reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro Schembri a Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread Monica me demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news you can listen to.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:33 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"S. account for nearly one third of the more than two million cases around the world and governors are trying to ease the fears of the people in their states who want and need to get it working again and get an income Michigan's Gretchen Whitmer people are lonely and isolated and frustrated and would give anything to return back to normal and I have to tell you I would too we're going to get there it's gonna take some time alone all happen overnight but we will get there her words come after hundreds of flag waving honking protesters drove past Michigan capital is show their displeasure with her of keeping people at home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns order and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts of the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been bit by bit staggering through falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with the Java saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding capital Corrigan reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan set diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper he Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread Mongol me demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"At home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns order and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts and the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been they've been a bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with the job and I was saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding capital Corrigan reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper he Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread Monica me demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:36 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"US accounts for nearly one third of the more than two million cases around the world and governors are trying to ease the fears of the people in their states who want and need to get it working again and get an income Michigan's Gretchen Whitmer people are lonely and isolated and frustrated and would give anything to return back to normal then I have to tell you I would too we're going to get there it's gonna take some time alone all happen overnight but we will get there her words come after hundreds of flag waving honking protesters drove past Michigan capital is so their displeasure with her of keeping people at home that is not what's happening in South Dakota the governor is one of only a handful with no lockdowns ordered and now they're seeing an outbreak of positive cases correspondent David bag now despite the state's nearly one thousand cases the governor is not ordering those living in the hardest hit counties to stay at home I don't believe it's appropriate considering the data and the facts and the science that we have the growth that we've seen in our covert cases really in the last week has been a bit bit by bit staggering Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken disagrees with itself saying the science he believes does demand early action California governor Gavin Newsom has announced five hundred dollar cash payments to help immigrants in the fight against the virus it'll help about one hundred fifty thousand people corresponding Kenya Cormega reports that U. S. officials have been concerned for at least two years about poor safety measures at Wuhan China lab that was conducting studies on the virus from bats the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff general mark Milley says he's seen these reports it should be no surprise to you that we've taken a keen interest in that we've had a lot of intelligence take a hard look at that and I would just say at this point it's inconclusive although the weight of evidence seems to indicate a natural but we don't know for certain The Washington Post reports U. S. officials who visited the lab in Wuhan sent diplomatic cables back in two thousand eighteen warning about weaknesses in the facility a day after president trump announced he would stop the US from funding the World Health Organization its leader is pushing back Pedro skipper yea Seuss says it remains committed to slowing the virus's spread Mongol me demand to public health and to serving all the people of the world without fear or favour remains absolute the S. and P. five hundred fell two point two percent today the Dow lost for forty five this is CBS news you can listen.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:47 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WTOP

"Update when the country reopens it'll have to be with caution and space CDC director Robert Redfield I do think we're gonna have some social distancing that's going to be a critical part of our strategy as we go forward in York city has added nearly thirty eight hundred deaths to its covert nineteen totals people with symptoms who weren't tested mayor bill de Blasio another one of those sobering moments understanding this year totality of what's been thrown at us and what we're fighting our way through there's no stay at home order in South Dakota but after nearly eight hundred cases in and near Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken wants one he spoke with CBS's David Bagnall what are the numbers in terms of data that you have that you driving your stay at home request well right now we're doubling we've been doubling every four days for the last eighteen days I would rather be chastised for being over cautious then chastised for saying why did you act mayor CBS news update on Peter king well president trump is backing off claims to have total authority over efforts to re open the country and the economy he now says it will be up to states governors CBS's Paula Reid has that from the White House I will then be authorizing each individual governor of each individual state to implement a re opening at his briefing yesterday president trump made a dramatic about face in his ongoing feud with state governors conceding they can decide when to open their local economies to governors are going to do a good job and if they don't do a good job we're going to come down on the very hard president trump promises to issue or revised social distancing guidelines soon and said he's singling out over twenty states to reopen first meantime plans to re open the country are listening cautious optimism and concern in Congress more on that from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill we all want the economy to reopen but we wanted to reopen when people are safe Virginia senator mark Warner vice chair of the Senate intelligence committee which was briefed early in the year as the corona virus began to spread the president's supporters say the country needs to plan for some type of limited re opening with millions of Americans in need of work and businesses struggling to survive Warner says he fully understands that but shares the concerns of many medical experts the worst thing that could happen would be if we go back to work too early and we see another spike in the virus immediately afterwards on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news I knew this morning another big endorsement for Joe Biden today senator Elizabeth Warren becoming the last of the former vice president's major democratic presidential rivals to formally back him up on his his entire life in public service he knows that a government run with integrity competence.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump says he is suspending U. S. funding for the World Health Organization NPR's Jason Beaubien reports trump is accusing the WHL of covering up the corona virus outbreak in China and then failing to slow the global spread of the virus president trump says the corona virus outbreak could have been contained at its source in China at the World Health Organization had done its job calling the W. H. O. a very China centric trump says the agency severely mismanaged the outbreak repeated untrue claims from Beijing and didn't share crucial information with the rest of the world the W. H. O. failed in this basic duty and must be held accountable it's time after all of these decades trump's criticism comes despite repeated warnings from the W. H. O. that the coronavirus was likely to spread globally W. H. O. had urged nations for months to prepare to deal with it Jason Beaubien NPR news major U. S. airlines have reached an agreement with the trump administration to get a share of twenty five billion dollars in federal coronavirus aid this is supposed to keep employees on the airlines pay rolls through September NPR's David Schaper reports that airlines had criticized some of the strings the treasury department had wanted to attach to the relief eight airlines are struggling to stay alive in a crushing drop in air travel demand the number of people flying is down ninety five percent since the beginning of March costing the carrier's tens of millions of dollars a day so to prevent mass layoffs of airline employees Congress authorize twenty five billion dollars in payroll support grants that were supposed to go out to the airlines early last week the treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin demanded the airlines agreed to pay back a portion of the aid with small amount of interest and that the government get a small equity stake in the airlines go she Asians continued for more than a week before reaching the steals it is eight bit Mnuchin says American United delta and southwest are among the airlines agreeing to the terms David Schaper NPR news one of the biggest pork processing plants in the country Smithfield foods has temporarily idled the plant in Sioux falls South Dakota hundreds of employees there have tested positive for the coronavirus Smithfield foods responded after Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken wrote an open letter to the company asking for the closure he was joined by South Dakota governor Christie known now ten taken is asking governor known to issue shelter in place orders for all of South Dakota for growing increasingly concerned about we need to mitigate that spike before it overwhelms our hospitals the governor has issued a shelter in place order for senior citizens of two counties in South Dakota Noem says the strict orders for a South Dakota city may not work for South Dakota town you're listening to NPR news from Washington this is WNYC in New York I'm Richard Hage.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The subject on Jim's called no review president trump suspends US funding to the World Health Organization on the grounds that he does mishandled the corner virus health crisis we get perspective from a wall built on existing voice ample for warning six in Thailand fair to blame the world health organization for the United States lack of preparedness transaction America's government will discuss later today if Gemini like neighboring Austria and Denmark should start relaxing some of its code nineteen restrictions also we hear from software which is going ahead with below mentioned lections despite the risk of increased infection from the virus M. one hundred parliamentarians academics and policy leaders from around the world criticized China's role in the pandemic will hear from one of the signatories after the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Shea Stevens the trump is taking aim at the World Health Organization NPR's Giles Snyder reports the trump is holding U. S. funding to the organization while his administration refused the WHO's response to the corona virus pandemic the president is claiming the W. H. O. failed in its basic duty and must be held accountable had the W. H. O. done its job to get medical experts into China to objectively assess the situation on the ground and to call out China's lack of transparency the outbreak could have been contained at its source with very little death trump himself is facing accusations that he was slow to respond to the pandemic and in the late January tweet he praised China for its response and transparency you in chief Antonio Guterres says now is not the time to reduce resources for the WHL and the American medical association says trump's move is a dangerous step in the wrong direction the US is the WHO's biggest overall donor trial Snyder N. B. R. news divisions abound between the federal government and the number of states over the nation's response to the corona virus outbreak in New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he doesn't want to fight with president trump over who has the authority to reopen schools and businesses is WSHU Charles lane reports both trump and Cuomo spent Tuesday morning attacking each other Cuomo said if the president wants to take charge of re opening he can but that he has a number of pragmatic questions about how to reopen like transportation schools and states competing over limited testing I want to get out of the eBay competition businesses for vital medical equipment and now vital testing I would say the president you take it god bless you health officials in New York City kopen nineteen curve continues to flatten end hand downward seven hundred and seventy eight new Yorkers died Monday from the corona virus for NPR news I'm Charles lane in New York call the nineteen now breaks are being reported in a handful of states where Republican governors have resisted imposing stay at home orders almost four hundred fifty workers at a pork processing facility in Sioux falls South Dakota are sick and they came in contact with more than one hundred other people who've tested positive for the disease mayor Paul TenHaken says he's concerned about a surge in cases there were growing increasingly concerned about we need to mitigate that spike before it overwhelms our hospitals Virginia based Smithfield foods closed it to Foles facility until further notice just days after ten he can urge the plan to suspend operations for fourteen days this you're listening to NPR news the environmental protection agency is rejecting recommendations from its own experts to tighten limits on certain pollution from coal and gas fired power plants and vehicle tail pipes the trump administration says the current standards set in two thousand twelve are adequate enough to protect human health industry groups are applauding the decision well some environmental organizations are calling it an edge Regis moved to make during a public health crisis a new study shows a lot of people are re watching their favorite TV shows and listening to music to while away their pro long time at home NPR's neda Ulaby has more on what Nielsen and other research groups have learned about how some people are coping with social distancing there's enough uncertainty in the world right now it's all about the soldier and one people visiting favorite shows like the office the study from Nielsen.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"May twenty our news conversation from NPR news in Culver city California I'm doing police account tell south Dakota's governor Christine Nolan says a stay at home water is still not needed in her state even as a meat packing plant in Sioux falls has shut down because almost four hundred fifty workers tested positive for covert nineteen that city's mayor Paul TenHaken is asking the governor to implement a stay at home order in his region I would say the overwhelming majority in Sioux falls want to see more aggressive shelter in place orders happening in our county right now and that's why we're pursuing some more aggressive measures here he says it pains him to try and limit people's civil liberties but adds quote we have to think about the collective good in a win for abortion rights advocates a federal appeals court says medication abortions can proceed in Texas Republican state officials there have tried to ban most abortions as part of an order prohibiting nonessential procedures during the corona virus pandemic and cursor McCammon has more Texas governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton say abortion should be considered nonessential and suspended as part of an effort to conserve medical supplies those officials have been battling in federal court with abortion rights groups seeking to allow abortions to continue in Texas major medical groups say the procedure is time sensitive and delaying it can create difficulties for pregnant patients in a new ruling the U. S. court of appeals for the fifth circuit now says that medication abortions can proceed in Texas those use pills early in pregnancy too because what is essentially a medically induced miscarriage under a previous ruling most surgical abortions are still prohibited except for emergencies or pregnancies nearing the state's twenty two we cut off Sarah McCammon NPR news on Wall Street the Dow closed up five hundred fifty eight points to end at twenty three thousand nine hundred forty nine the nasdaq was up three hundred twenty three points you are listening to NPR news from Culver city and this is it WNYC in New York I'm Jimmy Floyd almost twenty nine percent of undocumented immigrant new Yorkers are living in poverty that's according to new data released by the city but those who have lost their jobs because of covert nineteen cannot get help from the federal stimulus package because they don't have social security numbers New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand says the next package should include them she told WNYC's Brian Lehrer the government could use their taxpayer ID numbers instead of the social security number if we can hi the unemployment insurance checks to that number and then a lot of people including immigrants let access to package Gillibrand also says anyone working in the food supply chain should get both time and a half in two weeks six days tomorrow afternoon at four by the way senator Gillibrand will participate in a free live video stream conversation from the green space about the federal response to covert nineteen and what's next as we all navigate life during this pandemic you can find details and links at WNYC dot org slash the green space meanwhile ridership on the subway is now down ninety percent yet there are still reports of overcrowding on trains that are running and why PD is assisting with social distancing on platforms and on trains but David Jones with the community service society who is also an MTA board member says more could be done Jones says he'd like to see the police hand out masks to homeless people on the trains now that they don't have to focus on preservation they can focus on actual frontline helping people the MTA has to reduce service due to staff shortages with nearly five thousand workers currently under quarantine and W. NYC is inviting listeners to take part in our national poetry month challenge here's and Torpey.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelly and my home studio in Washington DC and I'm Elsa Chang also at home in Los Angeles the corona virus outbreak is up ending the country's food orchards farms and dairies continue to produce fruit vegetables and milk that farmers cannot sell so they're actually dumping it perfectly good food and at the same time one meat producer is warning about a shortage of certain meats like pork here to help us make sense of it all is NPR's Dan Charles Hey Dan I also so this meat producer that were mentioning is Smithfield foods and just yesterday it shut down a big pork plant in Sioux falls South Dakota tell us what happened they had more than three hundred cases positive cases of coronavirus among the workers at that plant actually more than a third of all the coronavirus cases in the entire state of South Dakota are at the among the workers at that plant Smithfield had said it would stop operating for three days just to clean the plant but the mayor of Sioux falls Paul TenHaken really put pressure on he released a letter on Saturday calling on the company to shut it down for much longer I talked with him today it was tense you know it was tense because they're the third largest pork producer in the country this plan you know when you shut down a plant like that it has a pretty big impact on the food supply so Smithfield announced yesterday that they are shutting it down indefinitely the company did not sound happy about it the company CEO Kenneth Sullivan put out a statement saying the closing facilities like this quote is pushing our country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply is that a fair characterization are things really that dire it is not really quite right there are actually two different things going on here so you have a production bottleneck when a big processing plant like this goes down and it's not the only one of me right now about five percent of the country's pork processing capacity is shut down and this is a big deal for the farmers who supply those plants they suddenly have no place to send their hogs but on the other side of that bottleneck on the consumer side there is not really a shortage of pork in fact in some places we have the opposite problem also too much Parker at least too much of the wrong kind of pour too much vacant Elsa good problem I suppose sixty percent of all the bacon in the country goes to what's called food service that's places like cafeterias or restaurants that serve eggs and bacon for breakfast of bacon cheese burgers at lunch and those food service places they're shut down and people are not buying nearly as much bacon when they eat at home so pork processors of all these bacon and nowhere to sell it what people are eating at home a lot more now I mean for basically every meal which which sounds like would be a huge ship for the food industry I mean how is the industry handling that change it is S. it is a huge step a shifter you know a seismic shift it's throwing supply chains into chaos milk is not going to schools anymore or is not as cheap as much cheese going to pizza restaurants you have farmers just dumping milk that they cannot sell millions of gallons every day similar things are happening with fresh produce I talked with vegetable farmers in Florida have been abandoning fields of squash and cucumbers and tomatoes because they cannot find a buyer for that fresh produce what a waste does anyone have ideas on how to fix the problem well if you can do it I mean the food can be shifted but it's not always easy food companies are working hard to figure out how to do this sometimes they have to package it differently to sell it in the kind of packaging that we're used to in the grocery stores in fact consumers may start seeing food that isn't package quite in the same way I talked to an industry analyst who said you know for example with chicken we may start seeing more whole chickens and not so many of the different chicken parts that were used to which take more labor to cut up basically you know when there's less labor available in the processing plants we may have to do a little more labor at home that is NPR's Dan Charles thank you Dan thank you president trump declared a state of national emergency one month ago in the rose garden but they're working very hard on this we've made tremendous progress when you compare what we've done to other areas of the world and says it's pretty incredible he was joined by national retailers and major medical testing companies trump said he would combine the power of the private sector with the federal government to fight the pandemic but in the month that has followed in many cases grand projects and aspirations have led to aborted attempts or small pilot projects as the number of coronavirus cases in the U. S. continues to rise and here's Washington investigative correspondent Tim mak has more the rose garden address on March thirteenth started with grave news to unleash the full power of the federal government that this effort today I am officially declaring a national emergency two very big words but the president promised a sweeping national effort that would meet the challenge one of the opening salvos against the virus joined by leaders from Walmart Walgreens CVS and target the president said that.

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"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Contract trading down seven and a quarter cents at US eight dollars sixty three and a half cents livestock futures Chicago mercantilist strange we find the June lean hog contract down three dollars seventy five cents a hundredweight the June live cattle contract down the three dollar per hundredweight daily limit and the April feeder cattle contract is down to four dollars fifty cent daily trading limit as we talked earlier Virginia based Smithfield foods announced yesterday it is closing its pork processing plant in Sioux falls until further notice after dozens of employees have tested positive for the corona virus the announcement came a day after South Dakota governor Christie Norman Sioux falls mayor Paul TenHaken road to Smithfield and urged the company to suspend operations for fourteen days so that its workers could self isolate and the plan could be disinfected but after that letter and the announcement that we heard of over the weekend we find the plan charting for fourteen days at least and it could be more the Sioux falls facility is one of the largest pork processing plants in the U. S. supplying nearly a hundred thirty million servings of food per week or that's about eighteen million servings per day meanwhile as if that wasn't enough of a concern and infectious and fatal strain of bird flu has been confirmed in the commercial Turkey blocked in South Carolina that's the first case of a more serious strain of the disease in the United States since two thousand seventeen the vamp out break took the lives of about forty eight million birds in the U. S. poultry industry and finally concerned about summertime festivals and what might happen to Wirt county and state fairs still the no decision on that but we did get a decision on one of the rural functions that we've observed for decades in Harvard Illinois Harvard middle days scheduled for the.

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 11 months ago

"paul tenhaken" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The shutdown and to provide paid sick leave for those infected the city of Sioux falls has a population of nearly one hundred eighty two thousand mayor Paul TenHaken also signed the letter and points to the rising rate of infections in the city thing about every four days we're doubling the amount of cases in our city and that's existed for about the last sixteen days parts of the plants are closed for three days this weekend to install barriers between workers and to sanitize the facility there are roughly thirty seven hundred employees at this plant for NPR news I'm Jackie Hendry in Sioux falls South Dakota Joe Biden has picked up more delegates the former vice president one Alaska's democratic primary Saturday he beat senator Bernie Sanders by about ten points this is NPR Brazil's president is being accused of deliberately sabotaging efforts to stop the corona virus spread Brazil has Latin America's highest death toll at more than one thousand NPR's Philip Reeves reports two weeks Brazil's governance and health officials have been urging people to stay inside much of the country has a bait the president has not shy about was not says pro bass quarantines are causing devastating economic damage he's been on walkabouts without a mosque posing for self fees and shaking hands during one of these outings Friday he was caught on video wiping his nose on his arm and then shaking hands with a woman both not as response to the corona virus which is called a little flu is causing widespread anger medical experts say he's endangering lives many Brazilians are showing that discussed by banging pots at that windows at night Philip Reeves NPR news Rio.

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