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"paulus" Discussed on WTOP
"Just think it is the most beautiful sight Barbara paulus of Germantown got lucky on her day off taking lots of pictures of Those beautiful white flowers You see everything just in beautiful colors White with a light pink tint Alicia Moulton of Arlington has done this lots of times before I asked her for the best place to get the perfect picture of D.C. It really varies year per year but a lot of these areas that just have the branches that kind of go over the water that I think is some of the most beautiful areas This is the place where we are right here standing here I call it Krishna Barrick of Jersey City taking pictures from her favorite spot This is right across from the Jefferson memorial and we are exactly on the title basin On the title basin John dome in WTO P news Carolina squat trucks are now banned in Virginia governor Glen youngkin signed the bill into law today It was being pushed by the family of a 27 year old who was killed after his own truck was hit by a squat truck in southern Virginia Spot trucks are modified passenger cars pickups or panel trucks with front bumpers that are at least four inches higher than the rear bumper the victim's family thinks the higher front bumper may have played a role in the deadly crash last month in mecklenburg Police are investigating some drive by paintball shootings in Pentagon city that sent at least one person to the hospital Arlington county police say two people were walking in the area of southeast street and 15th street south about 7 30 Friday evening when they were hit by a paintball shot from a passing car A passenger in that car also hit a parked vehicle and the door to a business And then about 90 minutes later two more victims were struck with paint balls while walking in the area One of them went to the hospital for treatment of a non life threatening injury Police are looking for a silver older model four door sedan but there are no descriptions of the suspect at this time Coming up after traffic and weather together what's behind D.C.'s.
"paulus" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Days, a wave of disbelief, and protest at Vladimir Putin's actions. But outside Russia too, there is anger. Across Europe, Russian nationals are speaking out against the war in Ukraine. Russian people are against the war with Ukraine. It's just heartbreaking to see that I can go to the Russian embassy here and protest and my friends in Moscow have to risk their lives. I don't want it. I don't want it. People die. And I don't want people there. I don't want people in Russia. I don't want I don't want it at all. These Russians are far removed from the realities of conflict. They are removed from their homeland, some by choice, some by necessity, and they feel furious. And paulus furious, because horrific crimes are being perpetrated in their name. Paulus, because there's very little they can do about it. Hello, my name is Jana. I'm leaving now in Germany in lab tech, but originally I'm from Moscow. I think it's important, at least for me to point out that I don't know anyone around me who would agree with this actions or who would support Putin or his government or his allies. So I have a feeling that something is being done in my name and in the name of my friends and relatives without any consent of ours and I feel this totally unfair, especially when now people are dying because of this decisions, I feel very angry and I feel ashamed. My first name Katya, I live in Barcelona, like what is happening now is a war and actually I think after this war, I have more. I mean, I just wanted to cry because I feel that I have no power because I'm ashamed that someone from my country not someone the government doing such horrible things. It's not about something human and it's incredibly not fair. And the word thing that I don't feel that I could change something because I'm just a human but amid the despair there's also defiance. These messages are from Anna in Luxembourg and Maria in Vienna. Yes, we are all under an avalanche of stress and fear for our future for our families and friends across the world, but the best thing we can do.
"paulus" Discussed on Wort zum Tag
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South African scientists detect new virus variant amid spike
"A warning out of South Africa they were observing L. what looked like a new value south Africa's health minister Joseph follow says the new corona virus variant is worrisome because of its high number of mutations and rapid spread among young people and the country's most populous province you can be rest assured as people start to move even more over the next few weeks this will be all over Paulus says there has been an exponential rise in infections in South Africa in the past four or five days possibly being driven by the new variant they're working now to determine the percentage of the new cases that have been caused by it the variant is also been found in travelers from South Africa to Botswana and Hong Kong I'm timid wire
California, Colorado and NM expand virus booster access
"Surges in corona virus cases lead a trio of western states to expand their booster shot programs California New Mexico and Colorado open their corona virus booster vaccines to include all vaccinated adults Colorado governor Jerod Paulus please if you've got the vaccine six months or more ago get your booster Paulus said Colorado is seeing a surge in cases especially among those who have yet to be vaccinated when you have less than three hundred vaccinated people hospital almost about twelve hundred people that are unvaccinated we wouldn't even be here talking about this if if everybody was vaccinated the CDC says Colorado and New Mexico have among the nation's highest rates of new
"paulus" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown
"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.
States Are Getting Ready to Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines
"Light to find sir, is covered 19 vaccines vaccines Our Our military military officials officials with with operation operation Warp Warp speed speed say say they're they're ready ready to to get get the the banks banks in in the the pharmacies pharmacies within within hours hours after after that's that's proved, proved, 10 10 is is within within 24 24 hours hours of of trucks trucks roll roll and then overnight basically overnight within 48 hours of vaccines have arrived at the locations that they've been designated by the jurisdictions. And the administration. The vaccine can occur immediately afterward. Lieutenant General Paulus Stransky is director of supply production and distribution and sizzle help states get the supply of vaccines they need to immunize the first groups of Americans. With care workers and residents and long term care facilities will likely be the first to receive the vaccine and the feds getting involved
UK investigates possible allergic reactions to COVID-19 shot
"Associated Press reporting now, but UK United Kingdom That's England. Regulators, saying this morning that people who have a significant history of allergic reactions should not receive the said new visor bio in tech vaccine While they investigate to adverse reactions that occurred on the first day of the country's mass vaccination program. Pressure. Stephen Paulus, national medical director for the National Health Service in England, said health authorities were acting on a recommendation from the medical and Health Care Products Regulatory Agency. I guess I'd be like our what FDA Or what have you, according Todos professor Stephen Palace. He's quoted saying, as is common with new vaccines. The M H R a have advised on a precautionary basis that people with a significant history of allergic reactions do not receive this vaccination after two people with a history of significant allergic reactions, responded adversely. Yesterday. So here we go. Scott here he's you know where we're dealing with the science. We know that not ever. It's not gonna help. Maybe that's what we said This was gonna happen, and we also admitted that the national media would run with it and make it a big deal and And then it is a big deal, not trying to diminish that it's but this is not unexpected. Yeah, And what's funny, though, is people are saying No, I will not. Get the vaccine because I may have an adverse reaction. Meanwhile, I'll go driving my car every single day of my life and not think twice that that's more dangerous than ever. Getting the shot.
Dallas Cowboys strength coach Markus Paul, 54, dies
"Dallas Cowboys strength and conditioning coach Markus Paulus died at 54. He was rushed to plan a Presbyterian hospital Tuesday where he was put on life support. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones issued a statement saying the loss of a family member is a tragedy. And Marcus Paul was a loved and valued member of our family.
"paulus" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Back memories right about this time. Every weekday morning, We pause for some positivity Tilbian chilly in the morning. 97.1 Washington producer. Kayla joins us. She's going to share a quote now to get us all into the great Morning mindset. Yeah, And today's quote is by tree Nepalis. And she says, How does one become a butterfly? You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar. Sometimes we have something we want to accomplish, But we want to hold on to Either, like old habits or believes are like past moments and holding onto those things that no longer benefit. You could be what is holding you back from like your beautiful transformation. So if you're looking for a sign to let go today, here two hits, So read the quote. Warmer time. Trina Paulus says. How does one become a butterfly? You must want to fly so much that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar. And you could find that quote. Share your own with hash tag mourning my set on the So being truly page a wash them dot com. Yes, thank you for that producer kid. I feel like I've entered the chrysalis myself right now, which will be in chilly in the morning. It is 97.1 Wash. If Chili's working on top stories what you got coming up next, a big change coming to Thursday night's presidential debate that will hopefully make it less chaotic than the last one more on that in just a few minutes. It's 97.1 wash up them now Traffic. Get out the fog lights in the fall Corn because fog is intense this morning, so it's an accident of Virginia. It's Northman 95 before 2 34 dumplings. But here's the good news, part two lanes get by.
"paulus" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He whispered to me, he would say notice. You never see a cop being shot in New York. I said Why that He said, because the Gangsters know That if a cop is shot the city the mayor will close the city down. I said, So. What does it matter them, Dad, And he said, Well, all in all their rackets come to an end. They don't make any money. Alone, shocking the pimping. The drug dealing whatever they were doing. They went. They just stopped the money flow. You get it. That's what it made a dent in the city at that time. Unlike this fake of braid in San Francisco, there's nobody. They got out of a funeral. Paulus somewhere. Have you seen who they put in his mayor's now? Have you seen the sorrows funded? District attorneys. They're like out of Ripley's Believe it or not, like in the freak show in the back of Ah circus. Where they coming from. These anti cop, anti American anti church, anti man, anti woman, anti family, anti Children. Where did they come from? How have these people risen to such power and prominence? How And by the way, what do you think African Americans want more cops or less cops? Every poll shows that most African Americans want more cops, not less cops. Most African Americans do not support the communist Gangsters and black lives matter. But you never hear from them. You never hear from them because the liars and the media don't want you to hear from them. I want you to hear from them. I want you to hear from those who know what's going on down in the street. But before I take your calls again, I got to tell you something which I treated earlier because I think it's an important observation. I hear from ex lives will vote for Trump. For the first time in their life. They're gonna cross the line. You know why? Because they see through the 24 7 media attacks. When you open up the San Francisco Chronicle or you open up any liberal newspaper. If you want to call them liberals, they're not Will you open up their websites like the websites like SF Gate? These propaganda outlets. Every problem in the world. He is late on Donald Trump with a snicker. People are not that stupid. As a Blinken said, You can fool some of the people some of the time. You can fool some of the people all the time. But you can't fool all of the people all the time. Nancy Pelosi. They saw through you. They hate you. They hate you with a vengeance. Nancy, you're hated The only reason you don't know your hated after what you did to that salon owner is because you're insulated. By your ice cream salesman who stocks your freezer for you so you can stuff you put him with more ice cream while telling everyone to eat cake. People are waking up. They may not like Trump, but they're going to hold in those and I'm telling you, they're going to vote for them in greater numbers than you can imagine what he went. I don't know. I don't know. I speak to people in the media a few of them I trust They're all pessimistic. They say Trump's not goingto win. I'll be frank with you. I mean, I'm laying it on the line. So I really know who's gonna win. No, but I hear some rumblings. I hear rumblings. I've never seen such a propaganda effort is this The Woodward book comes out just on time with the big lie again. A great liar. Bob would would had this information and had this interview for months. Why did he sit on it? Why? Because he's a left wing hack who has basically shot his water a long time ago. He's a nobody. But he is a giant because of the media the media can create. The media could destroy anyone they want. If you care to join the conversation, the phone number is 855 for a 70 way to back in a minute..
"paulus" Discussed on KTOK
"Colorado's Jared Paulus was one of the first governor is to shut down as state but also among the first to re open before serving as governor he founded schools for at risk students and served as chair of the state board of education and governor Poloz joins us now from Denver governor you said it a week ago Friday that you expect schools in your state to reopen in class education this fall why are you so confident about that I'm really confident that it's a critical part of our society and schools need to function they are going to function it's also going to be somewhat of a hybrid environment meaning there's might be times during the year if there's an outbreak at a school that has to convert online for a period of weeks intelligence and reason was safe to return to school but by and large I think across our state across our nation kids are gonna be able to return to school in the fall it's just not gonna look like any other school year I want to pick up on that because you say that that that school even if you know without the question of having to go back online if there were an outbreak is going to look different that at lunch may look different that going from one class to another in the hallway will look different that there might be staggered start times those are exactly similar things are being looked at so we called passing time with all the kids are in the hallway lunch time the districts are working with our state anyone across the country on schedules that have less interactions that can slow the spread in when there's inevitable outbreak it's also likely Kristin this isn't a bad thing it's it's a fine thing you know maybe ten twenty percent of parents are gonna want their kids to return to school in the fall they're gonna want to continue online that actually is fine as long as as parents are there with those kids they don't they don't have to leave to go to work in addition it means it can be less crowded the schools because those individual choices there's some parents may to continue with online Intel's even safer as we said you have quite a resume in education even before you became governor how seriously do you think students will be sent back in their education by the fact that at the very least they're going to have been out of the classroom from March until August and in some places conceivable it longer than that how much do you think that sets them back in basic math and and reading skills there's really no excuses in the business of education I made that very clear to our superintendents I hope other governors across the nation are doing that we've moved online kids can learn as well as better as online in fact there's been a few percent of kids in online schools before this crisis now you need a social side right and and and it's a little bit harder to get that social sided online setting but academically there are no excuses for every kid on to be ready to accomplish their grade level work and I guess we can do that online we can do that in the schools and we can do it through a hybrid which is less likely to occur this year as well generally schools are open there might need to be periodic regional or site base closures if you allow the day care operators licensed day care operator is to stay open during this whole period with the some tighter restrictions but how much harder do you think having kids at home has made it for parents who work but have to take care of their kids at home today I guess what I'm asking is to what degree do you'll see a link between re opening schools and re opening the economy yeah there's a a critical linking in Colorado it's about almost a quarter of our workforce that has kids relies on the schools it's similar elsewhere you know not everybody has the luxury of having a two parent household or one parent can stay home there's many single parents in as many American families where both parents work and so you need it we that's why we've had daycare going throughout this entire piece we actually learned a lot from the day care experience that'll translate into a safer school experience you know schools are reasonably safe places to be Chris and and we always have issues and there's always challenges we had a school district in western Colorado they had to close for a week because of norovirus about six months ago that was a we created vomiting and intense stomach did a disease and and and that it closed for about a week to clean that out of their schools so schools are no stranger to this sort of thing it's just gonna be a bit more prevalent this year and schools are really working hard on making sure their teachers are set up for success in the online environment I want to pick up on that because Dr Fahd shade this week in a congressional hearings and we can't be cavalier about kids health in this pandemic with a corona virus he said one they can catch it too they can spread it and give it to other people and now we're hearing about the very alarming stories not widespread but still out there of some kids are coming apparently from the corona virus to this inflammatory syndrome which raises the question again can they be safe going back I think you know when it's it's worse than the the norovirus can they be safe going back to school in the midst of this pandemic you know all the medical experts that we consulted with say the concern is less about the kids this isn't no question F. from an epidemiological perspective a less severe loading significantly almost infinitesimal fatality rate for kids but the thing is kids live with parents kids live with grandparents kids around teachers so that's where it gets a little bit more complicated Chris you know it it's it's a race for kids nothing is risk free but kids encounter all sorts of germs in school this one is a more minor manifestation for twelve year olds fourteen year olds eight year olds although you know it's not without any risk but the real risk is parents grandparents and teachers who are course around their kids all the time I got two more questions I want to squeeze him both in New mad with president trump this past week he spoke highly of the job that you're doing you spoke highly of the job that he is doing I wonder did you get any pushback from some of your fellow democratic governor is maybe people in the Biden campaign that perhaps it's not too helpful to be praising president trump just months before the presidential election okay I happen to be a Democrat and but what I've said is he supposedly half and I owe it to the people of my state who elected me to work with any president to really make sure that we can save lives get our economy going in our state we're proud to be an archon me going is safe recently Safeway stores have been open for a couple weeks now in most areas of our state we're doing this thoughtfully redoing this carefully we value our partnership with the federal government there's a time for elections there's a time for politics this is an ad it's a time for managing to get married soon managing the crisis together and I'm doing my best to to get it done finally your state just change the way that you count cold had doubts and as a result you lowered the total in Colorado from about eleven hundred to eight hundred and seventy eight one why did you change that process of how you count them the criteria for that and to do you think the number of deaths should be a political issue is it seems to be a common no in fact one of the reasons we wanted to make sure we reported out in a better way is to inspire confidence so that it wouldn't be politicized Christie's or deaths that should not be politicized the CDC criteria include anybody who has died with code nineteen what the people of Colorado the people of country you want to know is how many people died of Kobe nineteen R. St about nine hundred died from Kobe nineteen on their death certificate or from the attending physician about eleven hundred have died with it that those two hundred in the middle it might have been a contributing factor but it wasn't deemed the sole factor or the only factor in their death I also want to point out Chris of course there's likely cases that should be counted as Kobe drastic people of miss doctors a mist there's probably some of those as well but the numbers are all fairly close whether it's nine hundred eleven hundred arch St you know a few hundred thousand across the world we know that this can kill people of all ages is particularly dangerous for people in their seventies and eighties and those are pre existing conditions but it's a bad bug got a policy thank you thanks for taking time out of your weekend and talk with us Sir I will bring in our Sunday group.
'Packed' Colorado Restaurant Shut Down for Violating State Orders
"Three health officials have closed a Colorado restaurant that opened for full service on mother's day in defiance of state rules banning in person dining video showed a packed house and no physical distancing one of the owner said he wanted to stand up for small business the governor Jerod Paulus says the restaurant is causing an immediate health hazard and its business license has been
"paulus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Governor Jerod Paulus says restaurants may be opening sometime this month end he has economic concerns for those businesses you know here's the thing we're already seeing where restaurants are open is in Grand Junction area is because consumer behavior isn't there yet they're just not getting a lot of business yes people just are not ready to go out in public so you know again we we hope that in the next few weeks you know they'll be those openings but I really worry about those small businesses because just because they're open doesn't mean that they're going to have anything like the level of business they did just a few months ago the governor was a guest on KOAA news radios Mandy Connell show the justice department is dropping the case against the president's first national security adviser the justice department said continued prosecution of Michael Flynn would not serve the interests of justice Flynn had pleaded guilty to lying about his contacts with the Russian diplomat but now the government is not persuaded Flynn statements were material even if untrue we're told the White House was informed of the decision this morning when was the first trump aide to plead all two two or crime brought by special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into Russian influence and say B. C.'s Erin could Turkey security increased at tri county health department offices today because police investigate more vandalism overnight the tri county health director says the latest case was vandalism at a facility in south Aurora and it's the fifth incident at a tri county facility during the covert nineteen outbreak on Wednesday the health department got a threatening message over the stay at home order Aurora mayor Mike Coffman says he understands that people are upset he says some businesses are shut down I may never re open but Coffman says under these extraordinary circumstances he surprised that things have been as calm as they have been Karen Trinidad KOAA news radio masses in Denver's Catholic archdiocese will resume starting Saturday only limited numbers of people will be allowed in Russian should understand there is an assumed risk any time they enter a public space father Randy Dahlin says if you are in an at risk health group board just not ready for public gatherings you should continue to stay at home Wall Street it's all green on the screen when it closed today the Dow industrials up two hundred eleven points the S. and P. five hundred gained to thirty three the nasdaq up one hundred twenty five our next news updates at two thirty I'm Susan would get on KOAA news radio eight fifty AM ended ninety four one FM switch singles are burning it up we runs down the week's top songs Travis Scott and Keith Cody have a new number one these pairs collaboration the Scots debuts on top of the Billboard hot one hundred this week making it Travis is a third number one and Katie Cody's first elsewhere in the house one hundred the weekends blind lights drops to number two followed by Drake's to see slide at three million the stallion savage and four and Roddy reaches the box add five rounding out the top ten a does you can't see so it's six believers does start now it's seven post Malone circles at eight Justin Bieber's intentions between Quayle at nine and Harry styles with adore you at ten that's what I'm moving on I heart radio I our radio you're the.
"paulus" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Across greater Chicago in across the state have been pushed beyond all imaginable limits the Illinois department of public health is now mandated that the entire staff of the facility be tested for the virus west side hospital says it is being overrun with covert nineteen patients as it also tries to deal with the staffing shortage St Anthony hospital north Lawndale is currently treating fifty patients for the virus but they only have fifteen ICU beds the region spoke with one doctor who says they're stretched thin and in desperate need of nurses many of them were lowered to McCormick place for two to three times the pay the knowledge is the city did step up but it was too late city health officials say I see you beds are available at other hospitals of patients need to be transferred nurses from structure hospital say they're not getting hair covers shoe covers and downs meant to protect them from infection he said the cook county health and hospital system doesn't screen staff recorded nineteen at the start and end of their shifts as required by the Chicago department of public health officials say leaders prioritize securing PP and other supplies and they're following CDC guidelines as more states outlined plans to reopen officials and businesses are still trying to figure out how to keep customers from becoming patients waiting while has more from Washington after George's re opening over the weekend I literally felt the burden being lifted off my shoulders more states are looking to re launch their economies we need money Colorado Montana and Minnesota are among those that plan to ease restrictions in coming days in some cases those decisions clash with the data that doesn't yet show a sustained decline in confirm coronavirus infections as recommended by the White House in Colorado cases are rising the governor Jerod Paulus.
Georgia's governor allowing many businesses to reopen Friday
"Georgia governor said that many small businesses that were close to mitigate the spread could reopen as early as Friday that time table one of the most aggressive in the U. S. that would allow Jim's hair salons bowling alleys and tattoo parlors to re open as long as owners follow strict social distancing hygiene requirements neighboring Tennessee plans to let businesses in most of the state begin re opening as soon as next week and Colorado's governor says the state home order will expire next week Jerod Paulus also study allow gradual reopening of nonessential businesses and prevent surgical procedures and other activities suspended as long as guidelines are followed that it's under way in Texas to the lifting of restrictions started with state parks doctors this week will be allowed to resume nonessential surgeries retail stores will be allowed to sell items provided they all follow the guidelines Texas has more than nineteen thousand cases of covert nineteen in nearly five
"paulus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"From the Colorado broadcasters association this is live coverage of a statewide address from governor Jerry Paulus good evening I'm Cathy Walker in Denver because of the highly contagious corona virus twelve days ago all of us in Colorado began life under a stay at home order as governor policy issued your order he said it was clearly needed we are resorting to this measure this extreme measure at this time to make sure that people know that they need to stay in their homes when ever possible the goal to flatten the curve in the number of coronavirus cases the governor made the order effective until this Saturday by acting boldly now we could limit the duration of this economic crisis but since his first comments the federal government has recommended extending stay at home orders until the end of April so far the governor has said he would re evaluate the metric surrounding coronavirus cases in Colorado before updating or extending his stay at home order just last Friday the governor said we all needed to step up our efforts were asking all Coloradans to wear face coverings when they go out of the house for any of your essential functions like grocery shopping or other functions the governor then proceeded to put on a Colorado low goad facemask so let's make a cool show everybody what you're doing if you do Twitter or tick tock or Facebook show folks what you're doing to be clever and cool about wearing masks it could be expected tonight that the governor will have a message about whether or not he's decided to extend the stay at home order past Saturday in recent briefings he's made it clear he'd be in favor of a data driven decision in that regard tonight's address is set to come to you from the governor's mansion in Denver to.
"paulus" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When tested on mice the vaccine is produce enough antibodies believed to successfully counteract coded nineteen the scientists say the reason they were able actual fast here according to the New York Post is because they already done research on the similar coronaviruses charge and merge these two viruses which are closely relate related to sars cove it is she'll be to teach us that a particular protein they said in a statement Paulus spike protein is important for inducing immunity against the virus so we knew exactly where to fight this new virus encouraging news about a vaccine encouraging news about hydro hydroxy chloride Quinn six thousand doctors around the world have been pulled they they said that Hydroxycut lower queen is the most effective drug that they are now administering to battle the effects of coded nineteen even the governor the Michigan governor has reversed her opposition to it realizing it's working so I'm really gonna try will show hard to to let some of this political garbage the angry voices roll off my back I'm trying to show hard to avoid Nancy Pelosi's file attempt to begin an investigation into the trump administration in the middle of all this it's as if I guess she wants to impeach him now if he wants to pitch again would that be great how to get a hold impeachment proceedings when you got to have social distancing good luck she wants to she wants to investigate how they work and she said the other day that he's killed people the acute the speaker of the house accusing the president of killing people and of course the accusation as well the trump administration didn't do enough soon enough what did you do speaker Pelosi what we know what you did on February twenty fourth we know exactly what you did cut number fifteen I mean again I don't say this to blame her but the world did not see this coming the way it has evolved and she knows it and the these haters north here's cut fifteen I mean if Nancy Pelosi wants an investigation she better include herself because on February twenty fourth well beyond the date that the haters say that everybody knew what was going on here's a speaker Pelosi said to the American people cut fifteen this is courtesy of KPIX in San Francisco and gradient.
"paulus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Paulus says we are starting to see the impact of the steps the state made a week to ten days ago to fight covert nineteen from the closure of the schools and the closure of the bars and restaurants is just going to be showing up in the data yesterday today tomorrow that's well received we won't see the impact from the fifty percent workforce reduction for the stay in place order for a whole nother week it also gave us new numbers of the cases of covered nineteen around the state governor Poloz says Colorado has more than twenty six hundred people have tested positive for corona virus out of more than fifteen thousand tested fifty one people have died in four hundred and fourteen have been hospitalised the virus is not present in forty seventh Colorado counties there is a sliver of good news the doubling of cases had been it just two days but is now inching up to five days that may be the result of restaurant and school closures Jerry bell K. away news right the governor also says school districts should prepare for on one instruction through the end of the school year it is unlikely to have physical gatherings before the end of the school year Macy's is going to furlough most of its one hundred thirty thousand employees due to the corona virus outbreak sales have been pretty much evaporated since the stores were shut down on March seventeenth the company will keep some employees to handle e-commerce those sales are low and staff health benefits will be covered through at least may the federal reserve predicts the nation's unemployment rate could hit thirty two percent because of the pandemic economists at the fed St Louis district are projecting the economic slump could cost forty seven million jobs before the worst is over one passenger call the death ship Holland America cruise ship with three hundred five Americans on board can not find a port because of ill passengers and crew members along with deaths on board a seemingly never ending cruise for passengers on what was supposed to be a fourteen day trip from Argentina to Chile now a hundred eighty nine passengers and crew sick with flu like symptoms and at least four dead with no set date to return to dry land in sight as ABC's gio Benitez he says Holland America has sent another one of its ships to deliver supplies and covert nineteen tests a van Gogh painting was stolen from a Dutch museum that's close because of coronavirus concerns that painting called spring garden was created in eighteen eighty four it was taken in an overnight raid from the singer Lauren museum Wall Street closing positive today the Dow industrials up six hundred ninety one points and that's a gain of three percent the S. and P. five hundred gained three and a quarter percent of eighties five points and the nasdaq was up three and a half percent gaining two hundred seventy two points our next news updates a two thirty I'm Susan wicket on KOAA news radio eight fifty A..
"paulus" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"B. C.'s business correspondent Rebecca Jarvis says the uncertainty is still jarring the mark there is just a giant question mark hanging over business right now in America and life in America and the longer that that hangs over with unintended potentially unintended consequences the more complex the situation becomes for the economy the president is promising to help businesses was nobody's fault and certainly none of these companies and all of a sudden had no passengers and planes and had no passengers on cruise ships and all of the things that have happened but I will say that they can't be blamed for this and we want to keep those companies vibrant because it's good there's going to be a come back very very quickly as soon as this is solved Colorado's governor Jerry Paulus says the rough times will not last I know that there's families hurting and it brings a sense of comfort that we're going through this together we'll get through this together we're doing the right thing together and we will be back together and the governor announcing a covert nineteen relief fund for Coloradans and businesses to donate to the Broncos donating a half million dollars right now the Dow industrials are down two thousand two hundred seventy four point says a loss of over ten percent close to eleven percent right now the S. and P. five hundred is down by ten percent it's down two hundred forty three points the nasdaq is off eight a half percent a loss of six hundred thirty five points our next news updates at one o'clock I'm Susan wicket on Keighley news radio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM weather report an easy drive across town right now with this one exceptional Sloan that eastbound I. seventy drive between Colorado and Monica partway through that road work but that's it everything else is up to speed and looking a little better on northbound what's worth north of Alameda I do have one more lane open through that road work right now fox.
Update: 6 more test positive, upping Aspen COVID-19 total to 9
"There is also likely going to be an impact to Colorado tourism the thirty three presumptive positive cases of coronavirus in color that are the hardest hit county in our state is picking county up in the high country six more individuals in the aspen area tested presumptive positive yesterday bringing the total to nine in that county alone one test is still pending this morning on Wednesday governor Jerod Paulus ask those who are older or have underlying health issues to avoid travelling into the mountains now we did talk to the pecan county incident manager he says ski resorts are open for business but with spring break right around the corner the decision to travel up into the mountains essentially a PO box thirty one Christine rapper K.
"paulus" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Okay once god alone knows missed your landlady told me you're up here on the roof is even longer than you know it's what's a guy have to do to get a square foot a battle and sell your girls dad told Polish dance your stale Mister small voices on already mentally Paulus that hello right so I couldn't hear Johnny Hammond says it was an accident that makes it a night you're at the beach party told me never miss give me a chance to show off my muscles to the members it did that then what happened thank yet that I wrote to the hot dogs for the group we all lay hard even it broke up I came home unless Paula Loma Johnny yeah that's the other thing I could always your girl how come Johnny took of the party if she was alive you can ask her I wouldn't know Johnny says you want to take her home why didn't you just let me across the mouth when I ask they all left Johnny to then she laughed louder than anybody that's how I got the message she didn't want me to take her home Johnny up to the night of the initiation of the have some blood she was your girl what happened there to make a turn on your television set holistic what else you want from me what else do I have to give you how much can you she's dead Mr it's all like all right leave the boiler given the time and place of his grieving the quality of the blood out of a hundred cities stretching in the hours after midnight go away resign yourself in another day is over the next morning and the leg work going out of the corner of the city for the sign says eleven seventy one forty six climb the steps stop at a door intrude upon two rooms nearly filled with grief.
"paulus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The next all of it Tony winning director Diane Paulus and forty a Pulitzer Prize winning composer Tom cat Phyllis in on the Broadway production of jagged little pill featuring the music of a last Morissette plus editors in high yes travelers stopped by with budget friendly travel tips tricks and destination I'm out in stores join me for all of it on WNYC it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Steve Inskeep we have the story of a central figure in the Ukraine affair we are reviewing the history of Rudolph Giuliani the president's personal lawyer he is an oversized figure in public debate as he has been for decades one of the world's greatest news sources Mister Rudolph Giuliani so so the journalist to introduce Giuliani at the national Press Club in nineteen eighty seven he was the US attorney in Manhattan who's cases included prosecuting mafia figures what advice do you give to witnesses who feel intimidated this is not a game you're dealing with people who are still take out the guns and shoot people down in the middle of Manhattan in the middle of Russia his battles against men who thought they could shoot someone and get away with that brought him fame people compared him to the prohibition era crime fighter Eliot ness will you be a FBI director being Attorney General see senator R. D. governor yeah no no maybe maybe who is the man who saw those opportunities in nineteen eighty seven we've been talking with people who've known him though not all agree to be recorded they had differing perspectives on guiliani and they include a lawyer who was once a close friend my name is Jeffrey Harris and I was the deputy associate Attorney General when Rudy was associate Attorney General prior to that were assisting US attorneys in the Southern District of New York Giuliani was a junior federal prosecutor in the nineteen seventies and sometimes a dinner with Harris several times per week what was he like as a prosecutor I think it was a pretty well by consensus the Rudy was among the very very best the top two or three was the ambitious I think that's the wrong way to put it I would say at that period his ambition was to win his cases in nineteen eighty one president Ronald Reagan brought him to Washington then Reagan returned to Giuliani to New York as U. S. attorney the top federal prosecutor there guiliani's deputies included a future director of the FBI James call me rights of Giuliani in his memoir as a young prosecutor I found his brash style exciting which is part of what drew me to his office I loved that my boss was on magazine covers standing on the courthouse steps with his hands on his hips is if you rule the world it fired me up call me writes the Giuliani got so much attention in part because he demanded it the most dangerous place in New York is between Rudy and a microphone attention grabbing but effective a US attorney manages other prosecutors who argue cases in court but friends recall Giuliani boldly argued big cases himself as his fame grew in nineteen eighty nine he ran as a Republican for mayor of his democratic home city I've just spoken to mayor elect David Dinkins when Giuliani lost and his supporters the.
"paulus" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Three strings and the fact that there's one bay street missing two notes that hey, there is a beetle missing other clues which indicate that, you know, Paulus dead of for instance, he's on the cover their the the three other van. Members are holding brass instruments, but he's holding a black woodwind instrument. Their core England's somewhat interpret that as a death symbol. And of course, one of the most prominent is on the bass drum head where it says lonely hearts. Well, if you, you know, slide a mirror, but halfway through that it reads eleven nine then he died with an hour pointing up to Paul, and, you know, an alleged reference to McCartney guy on November nine nineteen sixty six as the average American would interpret it that correction here would be that. It's because it's British the British actually read the day. I the month second and the year following that. So really? If you know if this is true, then they're trying to indicate that Paul McCartney died on September eleventh nineteen sixty six which is you know, the in itself is kind of weird and symbolic and there are other things involved in that. Now, you know, I've been researching this, and I'm looking into it more and more, and I've come across recently some new clues which kind of really amazing. I'll give you an example, for instance, now in a book by Thomas aurea called memoirs, Billy shears. Well, there's an there's a a hand over McCartney's head, and that's often being indicated as to sort of representing.
How sex affects your health
"We're talking about sex and how it affects our health. Sex is connected to biological urges to desire, and we just heard about people who want to get a handle on those urges and feel more in charge. But for other people that urge that desire is pretty much absent Paulus Van Horn has more sex, the oldest of human drives. But some of us don't have that drive or have one that works a little bit differently. Like mine. It makes me feel like an alien like the only one for my species dropped here on planet earth trying to manage the expectations of human sexuality those expectations that you have sex want sex are regularly sexual they're everywhere. So let's get some sex topics. All right. So survey posted in psychology today. One to find out why people fantasize about sex and the answers ranged from know. Sexual arousal, my friend. Helen, he feels this pressure around sex as well. Hi, I'm Helen among many things Helen is a sexual but in practice. What does that mean a person who's a sexual is identify as some while who does not experience a sexual attraction thing coz like someone who's straight? So they're not into someone who's the same gender with them me. I'm just not into someone who is like any gender. It's just like s a human being like as a functional member of society. I feel like the society just like expects you to like have sex. If you're like in a relationship in like an love in a lot of times, I feel I like it shouldn't go against that. Like, I don't want to like make the person like sad or anything like that wanting sex is just normal, right? Healthy relationship can only be one with a lot of sex. That's the message. We get anyway. Yeah. I feel like there are definitely a knob times that I just like have sex, and I don't really think about if I wanted or not I just like have it. And that I dislike cry afterwards because I just felt really really bad like dirty used in just say, this is not something I wanted Helen is constantly explaining. That they use them pronouns or about their sexuality and they've tried all sorts of poetic metaphors to convey their experience to others. Really into like, but this metaphor. I think worked best clam chowder. I have a partner whom I love whose supreme to clam chowder. And sometimes I just like to make it for him and ally I like to own like to have it within and even if I'm not like super into the flavor or anything like that it just like it makes me feel happy in content because I'm doing something. Nice. With like some y love, you know, giving what we need is more important than having sex. We're all just trying to figure out how to be happy in our bodies.
"paulus" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"So even more prominent, right? So it's different like layers of prominence where you know, the primary thing initial starting point is always the sign based approach. And then the secondary thing is always the degree based approach. That's true. Not just with the house division thing. But it's also true with aspects where we've already seen like you're starting with the sign based aspects. And then you're going to the degree based aspects then fine. Only the third tier is going to the applying versus separating degree based aspect you get sort of a similar thing with the house division. Are it this is so that's important in terms of angular early. The other thing that we should point out here or another thing that's important in useful to know with respect the degrees of the angles is that you should not only use them to find to elections, but you can also use the degrees of angles to mitigate planets that are in a cadence or in a bad house Fisher by making it so that the planet if you if you have a planet where you can't avoid putting it in the bad house. One of the things you can do to help mitigate that placement is making it so that there's an aspect from the degree of that planet to the degree of one of the quadrant angles. And if you do that that's actually a huge mitigating factor. So that most of the time. If you see a planet, not just an election, sharp, it also TriNet Natal chart and talk about this in my book that if you see a planet that's a difficult or a bad house or challenging house, but it seems to be functioning relatively constructively. Oftentimes, the reason is that there's a mitigating factor where the degree of one of the angles is closely aspect in the degree of that planet in the bad house, and that's what's sort of counteracting it allowing it to function away. That's more constructive than it would otherwise definitely. And I think it's really impressive when you see that working out in Natal charts, you can kind of you know, like understands using it in election charts because it can make a considerable difference. If a planet is like in the sixth house eighth house twelve house, but it's expecting say the ascendant degree or the mid heaven degree. It can make it a lot more effective. Yeah. Exactly. And it's also true for if you can't get a planet in a bad house to aspect the exact degree of angle. The exact degree of the MC than you can also try to get it to aspect and angular planet within three degrees. Like, a specially a planet. That's angular in the fourth or tenth whole sign house on that can also be a significant mitigating factor if it's aspect in that planet, especially within three degrees. Art, subtle know if I've been examined charts of that. But I think that's relatively understandable. Right. And we use that pretty commonly in our elections each month. So something you'll see us do pretty frequently. Because it's one of those rules that I found originally in. I think the text of Paulus Alexandrine as from like the fourth or fifth century. But then I just kept seeing it come up over and over again and in naval charts. And then eventually I kept seeing come up over and over again in elections charts as a really useful mitigating factor said it's become sort of a stand-by at this point. All right. So that's angle heirachy. That's like a third rule. Our fourth rule is the general significative. Yeah. In some charts. It's more obvious than some have a more obvious general significant or than others, for instance, for weddings. I do always pay attention to Venus and trying to make sure that Venus as the general significant or of love relationships community things like that making sure that the condition is at least decent and if possible great because you know, the ascendant ruler while it's kind of like the primary piece of the the election chart. The general significant are still has something to say about the general topic. You're talking about in the charter, right? So a general significant is just like the planet that signifies generally speaking the thing that you're initiating so Venus, for example for a wedding or for a relationship..