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AP News Radio
New York eyes nixed COVID-19 vaccine rule for health workers
"In New York like in other states around the country, the debate continues over mandatory COVID vaccines for healthcare workers. The New York State Department of Health says it's exploring its options after a state Supreme Court judge struck down a mandate requiring healthcare workers to be vaccinated against COVID. The judge ruled that democratic governor Kathy hochul and the health department overstepped their authority by mandating a vaccine that's not included in state public health law. The mandate is null void and of no effect the judge said in siding with medical professionals for informed consent, a group of medical workers impacted by the vaccination mandate that brought the suit the health department says the requirement is a critical public health tool. Julie Walker, New York
AP News Radio
A dog missing from tennessee 2 years ago is found in New Jersey
"A dog that went missing from a Tennessee family around two years ago is reunited with them after being found in New Jersey last month. It was a happy reunion for the pace family and their two young children when they drove down from Tennessee to New Jersey to pick up daisy, their bloodhound after two years without hers as Brian lepay with the ocean county health department. She was all love and kisses and, you know, she's just a big slopper push. She was rolling on her back and the way to be petted. He says daisy's microchip was the key to finding her owners after officials found the dog in what they call a hoarding situation. They were close to a 180 cats and dogs in that house. He says many of the pets have been adopted any with microchips are trying to be reunited, which they did with daisy and another dog rocky from Staten Island. You never know how these animals, what journey they made or what Odyssey they took. I'm Julie Walker.
AP News Radio
Florida sees rise in flesh-eating bacteria amid Ian concerns
"Florida residents still dealing with the cleanup from hurricane Ian have one more thing to be on guard against flesh eating bacteria I'm Ben Thomas with the state's warning Florida's Department of Health says there's been an increase in reports of flesh eating bacteria this year 65 cases and 11 deaths from Vibrio von Neff's infections up from 34 cases and ten deaths for all of last year And it's been largely driven by a surge in Lee county where hurricane Ian came ashore last month The health department reports 29 cases and four deaths there this year However the figures do not reflect how many of the cases were before or after Ian strach Still Lee county has warned people that the post hurricane environment including warm standing water could pose a danger from the deadly bacteria People with cuts scratches are open wounds are advised to avoid contact with seawater or brackish water I'm Ben Thomas
AP News Radio
Montana defies order on transgender birth certificates
"Of Montana judge considers arguments on the states transgender birth certificate law In April judge Michael Moses with Montana's 13th judicial district temporarily blocked a 2021 state law that required transgender people trying to change their birth certificate to undergo surgery and obtain a court order Moses said the law was unconstitutionally vague and that people could go back to providing an affidavit to the state health department Now he's hearing from the state and the ACLU which is arguing that a new rule violates the previous court order the health department banned anyone from changing their sex on their birth certificate unless it was incorrect due to a clerical error Montana's attorney general Austin Newton led a group of 17 states whose attorneys general say a Biden administration proposal to solidify protections for transgender and gay students would coerce schools to teach what they called politically driven gender identity theories transgender plaintiffs say a birth certificate that doesn't match their gender identity puts
AP News Radio
US offers more monkeypox vaccine to states and cities
"There's more monkeypox vaccine available to states and cities I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. officials now say they are able to ship out more monkeypox vaccine doses than previously planned That's because of our strategy ship that allows more shots to be drawn from each vial The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services had previously anticipated allowing 221,000 doses to be ordered but officials now say they will release 442,000 doses to state local and territorial health departments The accelerated release was only possible because U.S. health officials said last week that they would stretch the nation's limited supply of the jynneos monkeypox vaccine by giving people one 5th the usual dose injected just under the skin previously each vaccine dose required a full vial injected into deeper
AP News Radio
Under fire, US officials say monkeypox can still be stopped
"Hi Mike Ross Reporting under fire U.S. officials say monkeypox can still be stopped Top Biden administration health officials said Thursday the monkeypox outbreak in the U.S. can still be stopped but cases continue to rise and the administration is being criticized about the pace of the response Even as federal leaders announced plans to distribute 780,000 shots of the two dose giant Eos vaccine health departments in San Francisco New York and Washington D.C. said they don't have enough shots to meet demand As of Wednesday the CDC said there were more than 4600 reported monkeypox cases in the U.S. and federal health officials expect the numbers to rise The monkey pox virus mainly spreads through skid on skin contact but it can also transmit through touching linens used by someone with the infection Mike Gracia Washington
AP News Radio
Mask wearing required in Kentucky's largest school district
"Kentucky's largest school district is now requiring masks as Jefferson county moves to its highest level of COVID community spread It comes a little more than two weeks before classes resume on August 10th The mandate also covers school buses district policy automatically requires universal masking whenever the county has a high level of COVID when community spread drops masks become optional The most recent figures from the health department which came out last Monday show more than 12,000 new cases in the county 2000 of them were for those under 18 years old I'm Julie Walker
The Charlie Kirk Show
'Faucian Bargain' Author Steve Deace on a Shocking New German Study
"With us right now is Steve dace. He wrote Fauci and bargain. Steve, welcome back to the program. I had somebody come up to me a couple days ago. They said, Charlie, I found this amazing podcaster from Iowa. I was like, oh yeah. Steve dace, they said, yeah, exactly. It was great. And so Steve, you're growing, and it's great to see. Welcome back to the program. There's a study out of Germany. You want to share with us? Yeah, it's actually an alert from the German health department. And you think it's bad here. Imagine you're a German citizen in the last two weeks. They told you, we're going to be able to help you heat your home this winter. And oh, by the way, yeah, that jab, we mandated you all take one out of every 5000 were estimating, creates what the German health department said, quote, is a serious adverse effect. Which vaccine was it? They did not specify which we was. It could be a combination therein, obviously AstraZeneca would be more prevalent in Europe than it's not here. But just to show you that those numbers are estimated low in our own vaccine adverse reporting system adverse effect reporting system, otherwise known as VAERS, there is more than that in just sheer hospitalizations that are reported on there. And if you know anything about VAERS, you've got to go through numerous pages of citations and stuff to report and adverse event, which leads to things being underreported there because it's not something that you can easily document in the system. It kind of weeds out people who aren't serious about reporting
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities
"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?
The Doug Collins Podcast
A Bipartisan Look at Opioids with David Carlucci
"I really want to point out on this podcast if somebody is opening up this podcast and they're listening to me and David talk about this. Let me just say this real quickly. These drugs that you're getting that relate heroin and others that are being life. It could be your one time. It doesn't, you're not going to be 6 years strong out and then all of a sudden hit one. You could do this the first time and I think this is the important part. You know, we can have differences on how we actually live with marijuana or cannabis, those kinds of things. But one of the things that we struggle with in Congress, David, and I know it came back to a state level, was the access to opioids that came out of basically legal prescriptions. And that sort of triggered off this sort of latest round about ten to 12 years ago when, you know, whether it be more health insurer plan, whatever the doctors were prescribing them is if, frankly, they had no effect. I think we're getting a handle on that, but we're still feeling the after effects from what I've seen. I don't know how that was in New York. It is Georgia and other places. No access to opioids, like OxyContin, you know, have just really exacerbated the situation. And we look at former marketing materials that made opioid seem like they were not addicted. The total opposite, right? It's one of the addictive substances on earth. And you're absolutely right. This is not a recreational drug. You know, this isn't a joint and hanging out. Opioids are a serious, serious addiction. And I remember naloxone or Narcan, the brand name accessible. And this was about the commissioner of the health department of New York State that I was in a back and forth because at that time you needed a prescription to carry naloxone, which is the opioid antidote. And if we get it in someone's system or rise up. So we actually had to pass New York and we were the first state to do this to say that naloxone would be accessible over the counter doing that legislation. It didn't need to be legislated, but it wasn't being done through the health department. The health department could have issued just like they do to issue vaccines for the flu or other issues like COVID, what we've seen with vaccines. But that's where it gets back to the
AP News Radio
Tennessee GOP leaders urge delay of toddler COVID-19 shots
"Some state lawmakers are taking aim at the distribution of newly available COVID vaccines for children under 5 Top Tennessee Republican House leaders are urging governor Bill Lee to delay the state's health department from distributing and promoting COVID-19 vaccines that are now available for infants toddlers and preschoolers In a letter sent Wednesday to the Republican governor State House leaders including Tennessee House speaker Cameron Sexton and House majority leader William Lambert said they had too many concerns surrounding the vaccine for those under 5 years old the lawmakers claimed that the COVID-19 emergency has long passed in Tennessee though that statement is disputed by public health experts The letter comes just days after Florida raised eyebrows for being the only state in the country not to pre order the vaccine for its toddlers Florida's Republican governor Ron DeSantis said he wouldn't facilitate their distribution but the shots are available to those who want them I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Biden visits clinic, celebrates COVID shots for kids under 5
"President Biden visited a vaccination clinic in Washington D.C. more people are now eligible to get coronavirus shots Monumental step forward to the United States is now the first country in the world to offer safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old The president also delivered a thinly veiled criticism of Florida governor Ron DeSantis who blocked his health department from ordering and delivering pediatric vaccines in his estate Elected officials shouldn't get in the way And make it more difficult for parents who want their children to be vaccinated I want to protect them and those around them This is no time for politics The White House says Florida doctors will be able to order vaccines for children under 5 from the federal government Ed Donahue Washington
AP News Radio
19 diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease in Bronx; 1 death
"And outbreak of legionnaires disease in a New York City neighborhood has sickened 19 people since the beginning of the month with one person dying The city health department says cooling towers in the hybrid section of The Bronx have been tested for legionella bacteria which causes legionnaires disease a form of pneumonia the bacteria was found in four of the towers which the department ordered to be disinfected In addition to the person who died 8 people have been hospitalized the health department says people get legionnaires disease when they breathe in water vapor with the bacteria It isn't contagious and most people don't get sick but symptoms are similar to the flu and those with symptoms should seek healthcare Julie Walker New York
AP News Radio
Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates
"Coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up and and and and some some some some schools schools schools schools are are are are bringing bringing bringing bringing back back back back masking masking masking masking the the the the return return return return of of of of face face face face masks masks masks masks in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is not not not not nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as widespread widespread widespread widespread as as as as earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic with with with with public public public public concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the virus virus virus virus ebbing ebbing ebbing ebbing but but but but some some some some school school school school districts districts districts districts in in in in Maine Maine Maine Maine New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts are are are are going going going going back back back back to to to to facemask facemask facemask facemask requirements requirements requirements requirements or or or or recommending recommending recommending recommending them them them them reported reported reported reported daily daily daily daily cases cases cases cases nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide are are are are up up up up fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks although although although although that's that's that's that's thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be an an an an undercount undercount undercount undercount since since since since most most most most tests tests tests tests are are are are now now now now being being being being taken taken taken taken at at at at home home home home and and and and not not not not reported reported reported reported to to to to health health health health departments departments departments departments CDC CDC CDC CDC data data data data shows shows shows shows most most most most of of of of the the the the counties counties counties counties in in in in the the the the country country country country considered considered considered considered to to to to have have have have high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of code code code code nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen are are are are in in in in the the the the north north north north east east east east Bangor Bangor Bangor Bangor and and and and Portland Portland Portland Portland Maine Maine Maine Maine schools schools schools schools brought brought brought brought back back back back a a a a temporary temporary temporary temporary mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate this this this this week week week week with with with with Portland Portland Portland Portland superintendent superintendent superintendent superintendent saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was the the the the safest safest safest safest course course course course at at at at this this this this time time time time I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
AP News Radio
Oh, rats! As New Yorkers emerge from pandemic, so do rodents
"As as as as New New New New York York York York recovers recovers recovers recovers from from from from the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic so so so so are are are are the the the the city's city's city's city's rats rats rats rats in in in in numbers numbers numbers numbers that that that that health health health health department department department department data data data data suggest suggest suggest suggest could could could could be be be be the the the the highest highest highest highest in in in in at at at at least least least least a a a a decade decade decade decade so so so far far far this this this year year year people people people have have have called called called in in in what what what could could could be be be a a a record record record number number number of of of rat rat rat sightings sightings sightings some some some seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand four four four hundred hundred hundred that's that's that's nearly nearly nearly two two two thirds thirds thirds more more more than than than right right right before before before the the the start start start of of of the the the call call call the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak Richard Richard Richard Reynolds Reynolds Reynolds runs runs runs a a a group group group that that that uses uses uses dogs dogs dogs to to to hunt hunt hunt for for for rats rats rats what what what happened happened happened during during during the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic was was was that that that your your your restaurant restaurant restaurant shut shut shut down down down he he he says says says the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic force force force rodents rodents rodents to to to scrounge scrounge scrounge for for for food food food out out out in in in the the the open open open waiting waiting waiting outside outside outside guiding guiding guiding came came came along along along there there there was was was food food food again again again but but but you've you've you've got got got some some some hungry hungry hungry rats rats rats and and and they're they're they're going going going to to to come come come right right right up up up on on on your your your dinner dinner dinner table table table and and and get get get it it it as as as part part part of of of its its its war war war on on on the the the pesky pesky pesky Berman Berman Berman the the the city city city plans plans plans to to to install install install padlock padlock padlock garbage garbage garbage bins bins bins and and and sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks to to to drop drop drop the the the rodents rodents rodents back back back into into into the the the shadows shadows shadows barbecue barbecue barbecue no no no call call call upon upon upon New New New York York York
AP News Radio
Philadelphia to end mask mandate, days after reinstating it
"The the the the reinstated reinstated reinstated reinstated facemask facemask facemask facemask mandate mandate mandate mandate in in in in Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia has has has has been been been been lifted lifted lifted lifted again again again again Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia health health health health officials officials officials officials have have have have announced announced announced announced they're they're they're they're ending ending ending ending the the the the city's city's city's city's indoor indoor indoor indoor mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate abruptly abruptly abruptly abruptly reversing reversing reversing reversing course course course course just just just just days days days days after after after after saying saying saying saying people people people people would would would would have have have have to to to to start start start start wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks again again again again at at at at indoor indoor indoor indoor activities activities activities activities in in in in the the the the city city city city they they they they had had had had cited cited cited cited a a a a sharp sharp sharp sharp increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the number number number number of of of of Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen infections infections infections infections but but but but the the the the board board board board of of of of health health health health is is is is just just just just voted voted voted voted to to to to rescind rescind rescind rescind the the the the mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate and and and and the the the the health health health health department department department department says says says says case case case case counts counts counts counts are are are are leveling leveling leveling leveling and and and and hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations are are are are decreasing decreasing decreasing decreasing the the the the city city city city faced faced faced faced major major major major blowback blowback blowback blowback and and and and a a a a legal legal legal legal challenge challenge challenge challenge when when when when it it it it announced announced announced announced last last last last week week week week that that that that masks masks masks masks would would would would be be be be needed needed needed needed to to to to be be be be worn worn worn worn again again again again I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
AP News Radio
Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap
"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Russell Brand Mocks CNN's Brian Stelter in New Video
"This is on rumble. I guess Russell Brand is a conservative. Maybe he's just a liberal like to laugh at CNN. But well edited well put together, check this out. Very interesting when anything dominates the news cycle, particularly at a time that other important and interesting things are potentially occurring. I want to show all kinds of opinions, which sounds great, but not all opinions are created equal. No, it's a little funny. You're not only making people not trust you, or you're making all natural name. Think about major news. CNN that have health departments and deaths and operations that work hard on verified information on COVID-19. They can't say that after the way they carried on around that horse paste stuff. Ivermectin is something more often used to deworm horses. Yes, that's the deworming medicine. When you have a horse deworming medication. Of course, the warmer. To deworm livestock. As a horse, dewormer. That's the upside down where we're in with figures like Joe Rogan. That one example showed you that they were not operating in good faith. I care about the way that information is conveyed to us and whether or not that means there's an agenda at play. For example, I don't think Joe Rogan does have an agenda. I don't think Joe Rogan stops that podcast, which takes bloody hours and goes right.
"public health department" Discussed on WTOP
"The city's public health department to reassess the vaccine exemption sends the wrong message when they've set up a double standard Several former employees of the Washington football team will speak to Congress next month about allegations of a hostile work environment Here's CBS Allison keys A House committee is hosting a roundtable discussion with 5 former employees It has been asking the NFL for details of an internal probe over allegations of sexual harassment and a hostile work culture within the organization More subpoenas have been issued by the January 6th committee looking into that deadly riot at the U.S. capitol building The congressional committee investigating the deadly pro Trump riot at the capitol last year keeps issuing subpoenas 14 new ones to people allegedly involved in a scheme with fake Trump electors CBS is Tom fody It's not known if any of those subpoenaed will actually agree to testify In Pennsylvania a court has ruled against the state's mail in voting law Pat Loeb has that story Commonwealth court ruled the state constitution requires that voters show up in person and the only exception is for absentee ballots allowed for ill or traveling voters The judges don't dispute the benefits and popularity of mail in voting they acknowledge that 1.4 million pennsylvanians have signed up to vote by mail They say though it should have been enacted by constitutional amendment Governor Tom Wolfe's office rejects the decision as an attempt by state Republicans who voted nearly unanimously for mail in voting to now strip it away and service of baseless claims about election integrity paying their respects to a zen Buddhist monk and peace activist in Vietnam.
GeekWire - Geared Up
"public health department" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"We have talked about the need to not only make sure that we're shipping vaccines over but to get into end distribution. So how do you get the vaccines not only to the country into the public health department but then help the public health department to get them into people's arms so it really depends on which country were talking about and A country like india has a very strong public health network. If we just got the vaccines to them they would be able to distribute them. That is not the case in many other countries okay. Final question representative john. Paul and thank you again for joining us here at geekwire. What should be at the top of washington's wishlist when it comes to infrastructure from the federal government funding from the federal government. Well it depends on how you define infrastructure. I just have to start with that. Because i don't know if infrastructure is being not only roads and bridges but everything that you need to get on the road that means childcare that means community so that people can get training so to me. It's all one big picture but in terms of physical hard infrastructure What i believe is that we have to address all of the pieces of infrastructure that that have crumbled underneath us that is not just roads and bridges. It is also our lead waterpipes. We need to get drinking water clean. We need to make sure that we are investing in green energy solutions including electric vehicles transit. All of the things that allow us to take on climate change at the same time and then on the other pieces of infrastructure our priorities electric vehicles transit. All of the things that allow us to take on climate change at the same time and then on the other pieces of infrastructure our priorities are around the cure economy making sure we get childcare. Paid leave making sure that we allow people to get the training so they can get into these infrastructure jobs by having free community college and then of course addressing the healthcare needs and taking care of our essential workers last one that's important for our region and across the country is housing infrastructure. We should be building green Affordable housing across this country. Taking care of the backlogs that exist in repairing housing public housing projects and school infrastructure. So i consider all of that to be part of what we're doing in this build back better package that we are going to deliver to the president with the reconciliation bill. The bill back better. Reconciliation bill and the other Much much smaller infrastructure bill but the senate already passed representative john. Paul thank you very much for joining geekwire this morning. Great to be with you that is. Us representative
Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"public health department" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"Stint i'm matt. Harrop harris county public health department says over five thousand people in greater houston have now died of covert nineteen this past week judge. Lena hidalgo increased dacoven threat. Level from moderate to significant in our region because of spiking hospitalizations says health officials say we're currently entering a fourth wave of the pandemic now according to state data as of last night seven hundred and forty two cove in nineteen patients are in general hospital beds around harris county. That hasn't happened since the end of march and for the first time since the beginning of may more than two hundred cova patients are being treated in intensive care units around the county which is more than double the amount at the beginning of this month now health officials continue to stress the importance of getting vaccinated as just about all of the people. Hospitalized have not gotten their shot. Dr peter hotels is with the baylor college of medicine he says even for those of us who are vaccinated the need for a booster shot may be coming soon because that third immunization or second for. Jj j. is l. Really jack up your virus neutralizing antibodies. So those are the kinds of discussions in having with leadership in washington and elsewhere hotels speaking with the houston chronicle there. A cdc advisory panel last week appeared to largely support a cove in nineteen booster shot but only for immuno-compromised people right now. More houstonians are using public transit after numbers plummeted last year because of the pandemic transportation reporter gail delattre looks at what officials are expecting to in the coming weeks. Metro says it typically sees lower ridership in the summer. But they're expecting that to change in about a month. Jim archer direct service planning for metro. What we're hearing right now is that we'll be getting a lot more ridership with the return of in-person schooling the day they're looking toward is august. Twenty third that's when h isd resumes classes along with local colleges and universities coinciding with that there will be some employers that will be returning to downtown. And then what we're hearing as well is that some others will be delaying until the tuesday. After labor day archer says ridership on downtown parkin rod. Buses is only a fraction of what it was before the pandemic but the plan is to add service once people start returning to the office. I'm gail lottery in houston and houston texans quarterback shawn watson reported to the first day of nfl training camp yesterday. His decision comes after an off season. That's been clouded with controversy. Twenty three civil lawsuits were filed against watson by various masseuse in the area alleging. The quarterback sexually assaulted them or acted inappropriately. There are now twenty. Two active lawsuits. Watson is avoiding a fifty thousand dollar fine by reporting to camp. He says he still wants to be traded away from the team though. The texans do have three other quarterbacks on their roster it's eighty degrees now but it could feel like over a hundred later with the humidity. Showers are unlikely today. Greater chance of precipitation. Tomorrow though. I met harrop news. Eight seven support for. Npr comes from i-drive providing cloud backup full system. Backup and onsite. I-drive appliance too..
Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"public health department" Discussed on Bible Prophecy 4 Today's Podcast
"The police department with a public safety department folks. I'm going to try to get through this article without laughing or crying. Both is pretty difficult as the minneapolis is written by emma. Tucker and this is on cnn so at your own risk you can go to cnn to check out this article so minneapolis. City officials voted friday. To approve the language of a ballot measure that will ask voters in november whether the city sorry whether these cities police department should be replaced with public safety department. Oh my lands whereas my friend says oh my lanta. The minneapolis city council approved the ballot language. Which will be presented to residents in the municipal general election of november. The second Twenty twenty one so major michael still working there as if approved the the police department would be eliminated in a new department of public. Safety would take his place. The public health department lord of mercy. The public health department would take a comprehensive public health approach to safety and include licensed peace officers. According to the proposal essentially the measure would also remove the police chief in the mayor's power over the agency proposal states the measure Which was proposed by an advocacy group called. Yes for minneapolis. Comes up more than a year after former Mp obser- derek and killed. George floyd a black man in may of twenty twenty is killing at the hands of a white. Police officers sparked national and global protests against police brutality racism and social injustice. Yes so the yes for minneapolis. has called on city leaders to move away from violent policing created apartment that addresses community safety. Oh lord folks get ready for this dead addresses community safety holistically in with a public health. Approach really sorry. Yeah so move away from the volume policing to create a to create a department that addresses community holistically in with a public health approach according to his websites. I can't make this stuff up at honestly cannot make this stuff. Oh my goodness oh my good. Is it continues. The ballot question measures has been submitted to the lap minneapolis. Mayor jacob pray for his consideration. He has five days starting monday to decide whether to sign or veto. The resolution was the city council can override with a two-thirds majority vote if the mayor decides to abstain from proving the ballot question. It will go into effect on july the thirty first without his signature in a statement. Cnn the mayor's office said he will not be signing the measure but appreciate the care for working. Thorough analysis done by city staff to repair fair inaccurate. Language for voters should consider this fall. Oh my goodness oh my goodness let me move on to the bottom of this article. I read earlier. let's see talking about How policing was it was violent. They needed to get rid of the violent Police departments like. Are you serious like criminals or not vault. What are you gonna do. Blow your whistle really..
The Adam Carolla Show
"public health department" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Maybe fell on another boat. yup tacitly. Yeah the going to shore boat. I also know that. I think this guy co wrote happy birthday. He the four guys who wrote that song. He co wrote the tequila by the chance. That's right to Well we mentioned this. At the top of the show. Los angeles county going to a mandatory mask mandate in doors saturday midnights a really nice of this delta variant to wait until saturday at midnight to cause harm to and inconvenient. Yeah so but Our sheriff sheriff. Alex villanueva has said he's not going to enforce any of this released a statement that takes a jab at la county forcing the vaccinated and those who already contract and covert nineteen to wear masks. Indoors is not backed by science and contradicts the cdc guidelines. The public health department has authority to enforce the order but the underfunded slash de funded los angeles county. Sheriff's department will not expand our limited resources and instead asked for voluntary meow. Yeah so you know what's going to happen next there. They're already trying to get rid of you. Know who got to be enjoying this particular period in this nation's history firemen like we're getting laid more never we gotta travel behind those black lives matter guys put never. We've got a lot of business. we're mass anyway. So no one talks about. No one knows what it is crazy like. If we need to fund the fire department people would beat you in the town. Swear such i do. Like i like any time where we reimagined policing and we can have community policing and we can have counselors show up and it's like yeah we'll get a whole bunch of people junior college degrees and no guns to show up when people are trying to fucking kill each other and that seal that work. Yeah i was a cop be pissed. I'd be pissed too. I really would but also firemen. That's the way to go. Firemen is sort of i. Is this a true statement. Firemen is the police. It's kind of what navy is to army right. Well i'm just saying you wanna get a blowjob. You say you're in the navy when it gets shot at you joined the army. I feel the same way about police and fire. That's me what else do we got. Dawson all right. Well i think we all know how you feel about mac and cheese food for dumb people. Would that be accurate. Well i there's good mac and cheese like mac and cheese actually. I've never had bad mac and cheese. Janaka okay well now you can have it another way by the way. Let me say this you guys. Make the kraft macaroni and cheese. Spare me your kipps. Of how you customize set i put a little half-and-half oh you're a genius. You grab something else from the refrigerator dumped it in a pot. Oh my god your brain should be the smithsonian. I take unsalted butter and put okay. You put more shit in your mac and cheese from craft really. I just put water and put the powder straight in my mouth. Are you telling me telling me you heated up. Put other shit in it to make it better next thing. You know you'll be putting cheese sandwiches. You're a genius. i tell you. Don't tell me how you like to make it sorry. Well there's another way to enjoy mac and cheese now. No don't do it. It's an ice cream flavor and a lot of people are asking why people say this should not have been made. It comes from the mind of a first grader. It is a limited edition. Flavor created in celebration of national. Mac and cheese day kraft macaroni and cheese in the van. Loon ice cream company. You and it has sold out. Yeah because they made one fuck and pint of it because they.
"public health department" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The public health departments in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to deploy emergency resources for homeless residents. KQED S M. J. Johnson has that part of our coverage. Both counties. Homeless outreach teams are carrying out wellness checks on people living outdoors. The teams are equipped with bottled water for anyone experiencing heat exhaustion. County health officials say anyone needing to cool down should do so at air conditioned public buildings like libraries and community centers. They've also advised concerned neighbors to check on unhealthy people in their area as they might be suffering from heat related illness. I'm M J. Johnson. KQED NEWS. Oakland City Council is divided over whether to reduce police spending in order to fully fund a newly created citizens Crisis Response team to handle some of the city's nonviolent 911 calls. The council postponed a vote yesterday on a budget amendment that would do just that. KQED Julia McEvoy has more Mayor Libby Shaft sent out an email ahead of the meeting, saying the alternate proposed budget would quote decimate the city's 911 response Times. Three out of the eight council members shared those concerns, But many Oakland ear's like Benjamin Lee called into the meeting to push back We must reject the mayor's budget and not fall prey to her over fearmongering action alerts. Defund OPD and refund our community. We know what keeps us safe Council President Nikki fortunate. Abbas wants to amend the mayor's budget by reducing police academies and freezing about 50 unfilled police positions. She wants the savings about 18 million.
WHAS 840 AM
"public health department" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Of ice out there as well. So just a lot of things to be looking out for, But we got plenty of salt, and I'm proud of our Snow team they just getting after it, And they kind of live for these moments like this so they can show people that what good efficient city government looks like. When you look at the cova 19 vaccine. I mean, obviously, things have been rolling out better over the last few weeks. My dad. This is still going to be a hang up. Tell us a little bit about people that had those expectations. What do they do now, in order to make sure they can follow up on getting their vaccination? Okay, number one thing is and it's really natural. If you're worried. If you have the schedule, then it's going to be rescheduled because of the snow. Don't worry. Your your vaccine is still registered and allocated for you. Well, that's the first shot of the second shot s so you'll get a email from public health department asking you to reschedule at your convenience. On the second shot. You know whether it's been modern of vaccine is what the public Health Department is administering it supposed to happen within 28 days or so, But it can happen anywhere between 26 days and 42 days. So there's plenty of time for you to get that second shot. So we have supply for you. We've been planning some contingency issues for bad weather. And so we might be extending hours of Broadbent. They're working weekends s so we can catch up here. So we've got to get through this bad snap of weather and potentially the next bad snap coming along Wednesday Thursday and then we'll assess from there, but we'll be communicating constantly through the media. What's going on it Broadbent and then if you're going through the hospitals, obviously check with them. I know that you and the governor of both called for people to stay off the roads. If that all possible yesterday, though, local parks and rec opened up some hills Cherokee Park Joe Creasing Park McGinley like etcetera. For young people or I guess old people, whatever the case may be to get out and do some sledding is that open today? Yes, they'll be open and so you know if you can walk to him walk, obviously, if you're driving, just be take it slow and easy, but and also dressed warm women today, the the story is the cold cold weather. So you really want to make sure you're bundling up if you go out in there, But the parks will be open for theirs for the hills for sledding. So and then people got their own places. So, yeah, you can have a little fun with that. I would just say, Take it easy to measure yourself and look also associate with that were also always concerned about our homeless populations. So We've got more than ample facility in our shelters both days, shelters and night shelters as well. So make sure that we get the word out on that. And then I'm just encourage people to to check in on folks that might be living alone. Keep your pets inside. Also What's been the response from the homeless community. Have they have they been willing to get inside when it's this cold? Because I know sometimes that's difficult. Yeah, You know, it's it's when it gets this cold. That's a breaking point for somewhere. They, you know, kind of set their fears and concerns aside about the inside of the shelter, and they come on in. But there's some Folks will never come in, and that's part of the challenge with homelessness. We have so on the homeless volunteers checking on them it king. Sure there's warmest possible having adequate food, but we've got we've opened up much of our centers to more capacity so that we make sure that people are taking care of that want to come inside and we've got contracts to open up more capacity as well. Beneath the They're Fisher. Appreciate your time. As always. Thanks for joining us today, OK, Thanks, Tony. Take care, Mary. Great fissure Here on NewsRadio. A $40 a chance. Joe Arnold's gonna join us again. 100, almost 150,000 people. Were without power. We'll see what the number is now, Joe, Of course with the detective, elliptical coop joining us next I could check in this morning news and news radio 8 14 w h, I s my You call 1888 farmers to switch.
"public health department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"California this morning. Indoor warship is back on In the state gave becase Aubrey Aquino has more on this win for churches, synagogues and temples. Supreme Court justices have ruled California can't continue its ban on indoor church services. However, attendance will remain limited along with the restriction on singing and chanting inside. David Cartman is senior counsel for alliance defending Freedom courts that look that violates the First Amendment and violates the free exercise clause. In fact, it said, previously in case it's odious our Constitution to disfavor churches and religious organizations and it told the state you Could no longer do so. And that's extremely important for not only people in California wishing together for worship, but but everybody all over the country. Portman says It's a significant wind for ensuring government officials do not exceed their authority by bypassing the First Amendment when implementing coronavirus restrictions. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk concerning allegations this morning about what's going on inside California's billion dollar covert 19 testing lab case because Taylor Martin has more than him findings, CBS 13 interviewed over a half A dozen whistle blowers and obtained internal records and quality control reports. Documents reveal contamination, causing inclusive results to swab samples and inaccurate results Center patients. Whistleblowers even shared that some reported samples. Swabs were found in the restroom and provided photos and videos of lab techs using their phones and sleeping while processing. The nasal swabs were testing. The state's public Health department responded to CBS thirteen's investigation, saying the laboratory strives for continuous improvement through training and process improve. Meant tailor. Martin News 93.1 KFBK background A county executive NAV Deep Gil will retire this week amid charges he fostered racism, sexism and intimidation in the workplace. He's been on administrative leave during an investigation. Gill says he will retire on February 13th at 7 34 on this Monday morning. Here are your top national stories returning to Washington from a weekend in Delaware President Biden answering.
"public health department" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The current president, toughen up a little bit everybody into the breach, so to speak. We'll get into that with our next guest straight ahead on WLS Illinois's coronavirus metrics moving in the right direction. News is next. But first the weather Channel forecast We're gonna dig down to a little 15 degrees tonight, but tomorrow we get some sunshine High. 33 30 at O'Hare 31 at midway 31 degrees at the lakefront. Illinois. Public health officials say that if statistics governing Kovar 19 restrictions continue to improve, nearly all of the state will be able to return to model the rules on socialization. The public Health Department reported 2304 new confirmed and probable cases of covert 19 today with 47 additional deaths that brings the total number of known infections in Illinois and nearly 1,131,000. 19,306 deaths of 11 covert 19 monitoring regions. Eight have returned to face four of governor Pritzker's Restore Illinois plan. The President Biden administration is moving to expand access to Cove in 19 vaccines, freeing up more doses for states and beginning to distribute them to retail pharmacies next week. Push comes as there is new urgency to speed vaccinations to prevent the spread of potentially more serious strains of the virus that has killed more than 445,000 Americans. So starting next week. One million doses will be going out to some 6500 pharmacies across the country. President Biden also signing three executive orders aimed at reforming the U. S immigration system today, including creating a task force aimed at reuniting Children who are separated from their families on the border. WLS news time. 5 31. Salt traffic in band Kennedy between Armitage in the Burner headed downtown 36. We are slow on the Eisenhower in Bam between Western in the burn rate. 3 90 the old post.
"public health department" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Slowing down. But public health officials urge against complacency is a new threat has emerged. And that's variants of the coronavirus that seemed to be more transmissible and may Evade some treatments and vaccines. NPR health correspondent Rob Stein joins us now, Rob, Thanks for being with us already thought Way just can't seem to catch a break with this virus. Please bring us up to date on the latest battle these variants. Yeah, You know, Scott. Every time scientists think they have a handle on this virus seems to surprise them again. And like you say the emergence of these strains is the latest curveball. First, the U. K detected a variant that spread like wildfire through London, even though is locked down its now spreading in at least 29 states in this country. Then two other various responded one in South Africa and one in Brazil that also look like they're more contagious. The one from Brazil was found for the first time in this country earlier this week in Minnesota, and just days later, health officials announced two people have caught the one from South Africa completely independently in two different parts of South Carolina. So it appears that variance been quietly spreading in that state and probably other parts of the country. So all three of the variance that scientists are most concerned about are here. Now. Here's what Dr Anthony Fauci said about all this during a briefing yesterday. This is a wake up call to all of us. That we will be dealing as the virus uses its devices to evade pressure that we will continue to see the evolution of mutants. And you know, those aren't the only variants. Scientists are studying one that's taken over in Los Angeles to figure out if whether that spreads faster, too. But as we're given understand it robbed the speed with which he's very in spread isn't the only reason scientists are so concerned, is it? No. The British government says the UK strain might also make people sicker now. That's far from clear yet, but, you know, regardless, if these strange spread faster than more people get infected, and more people will end up getting sick and dying. And that's not all some of those marble pool and a body drugs may not work as well against them. And the big worry is, these variants may have evolved the ability to out with the vaccines. What about the vaccines that so many people are getting and trying to get now? Will they work against these strings? Well, you know, there are laboratory studies that suggest this shot people are getting made not work as well against the variant from South Africa in just in the last couple of days to drug companies reported some unknown Irving findings about two new vaccines. Ah company called Novavax reported that its vaccine appears to be far less effective against that string, too. And Johnson and Johnson reported the same thing about it's one shot vaccine. No, no, it's important to remember that scientists are stressing that all the vaccines still appear to provide pretty good protection and do appear to keep people from getting really sick and dying. But the protection just doesn't look like it's quite a strong NPR health correspondent Rob Stein. Thanks so much, you bet Scott. America's vaccination campaign now relies on local public health departments, and they have been strained one Montana community. In fact, an entire staff of the county Health Department quit is Montana Public Radio's Aaron Bolton reports. That slowed vaccination efforts. As covert 19 cases skyrocketed. Last fall, Niki Sullivan was working 90 hour weeks as the head of the Health department serving the 6000 people in pondering county. That's one reason she quit in November. The main reason was that I resigned was just the lack of support from our county officials. Sullivan says County commissioners failed to be role models in the community by not following a state mask directive and other covert mitigation measures. We have business owners telling us that they were in a fold, quarantine and The commissioner's didn't support us in enforcing those quarantine orders. And our county attorney said that she wasn't willing to and wasn't going to enforce in quarantine and isolation orders so live in three employees also quit leaving the Health Department empty several weeks later. County Commissioner Dale Seifert, wearing a mask says county leaders weren't opposed to Covad mitigation measures and thinks compliance with health directives has improved. He attributes the fallout with former employees to a lack of communication and the workload. We've restructured the health department now the where we've spread the load out more Among the employees. Because we were over working on Lori Freeman with the National Association of County and City Health officials says Pondering county is not alone in having pension between local elected officials and public health workers drop this pandemic at a time when public health leadership has been really needed the most in communities. We've also seen public health be very politicized, she says. That's a big reason why across the country roughly 200 public health leaders have quits. Since the pandemic start and a number of support staff When we have that turn over, we're bound to see some associate ID cost with that turnover as well in terms of our ability to keep the community safe in pondering county, that means.
"public health department" Discussed on KTRH
"A doctor who works for the Harris County Public Health Department named Hassan Go call was Being charged with a crime in the crime, Woz. That he had he was administering vaccines. And he got to the end of the day and there was nobody left to receive the vaccine. But the vaccine vile had already been punctured. So there were 10 more shots to be administered. Nobody left in line. So, according to his lawyer, who was our guest. He started looking for people to administrate, too, because these things go bad very quickly. Well, eventually he administers it to everyone, including his wife, who has co morbidity is she's rather sickly already. He the next morning comes in and puts all the information in the system. He doesn't try to hide it. Harris County District attorney Who doesn't bring charges against murderers, Mind you. Brings a charge against him. Well, I had the lawyer on this morning and you're going to hear from him in just a moment. There's a postscript to this story after we had him on the Harris County District attorney's office decided To drop the charges. That's not gonna be enough. During the discussion, you're going to hear a conversation about The fact that the doctor says he was told by officials within the public Health Department to throw The extra vaccine in the trash, not vaccine Other don't vaccinate other people throw it in the trash. Here's that conversation just to catch it back up real quickly. Dr Go call had the that he has a violent as one vial left. Is that right? That's been punctured, so it has to be used within six hours, right? That's correct, and there's nobody there's nobody else in line to receive the vaccine. That's correct, and there's no first responder. So does he have a protocol yet as to what to do when they once they punctured, and there's other people as to what the priority list should be. Good question. The state Department of Health and Human Services Dr Jennifer Shu for made it very clear that you've got a 2 to 3 step process number one signed one A and one B. If you can't find anybody, and you've got Left over that vile. Get it in somebody's arm. We want to vaccinate. Don't let it go to waste is one a first responder. Correct and one B is compromised immune system are over 65. Rhett, and there's a round of those left. Correct and keep in mind. He works for the county Department of Health, not a hospital. So if he were it's seven o'clock if you were to take it back down to the med center, he blow another Alan a half two hours to take it on a Tuesday evening at nine o'clock to do Nobody. So where was this going on? This was that Lindsay Lions Park and humble Was this A This isn't a medical facility. This is just a remote vaccination location. Right? It was a can't you know the sun had gone down. It was a lot of drive up traffic. Um and and keep in mind. Their computers weren't working. So hypothetically if there was a list, which there wasn't I didn't have access to it. So what he does knowing the clock's running is he starts to call people who may know of people who It's the one A and one B category and that's a provable fact. We've got records of those phone calls. Witnesses who will say that No, he entered him The next morning. He informed the county exactly what he did. He was proud of his. And what did he do? What? What exactly did he do? He literally went driving around the room. There's an elderly couple that he helps medically he gave it to them. That was 96 year old gave it to an 88 8 year old Ah, 40, year old with comb, abilities and innovated child. The list goes on. He administered 10 doses. Okay. He did give his wife a shot. Ultimately the last one with 15 minutes remaining on the vial. And he had someone else who was supposed to come. That person canceled, so he administers it to his wife, who has Pullman or pulmonary sarcoidosis and qualifies under the one B category. Okay, so he uses up all the Doses at this point. Right? Uh, seven days later, he's terminated and he asked him why? And they said You should have taken it back here. And he said, Well, what would we have done with it? There was a time show. You should have just thrown it away. Who tells him that? The director of human resource is there with the county. You should have thrown it away. And then they tell him that the next morning No. They tell him that seven days later when they abruptly terminated, Okay, But he didn't hide the fact that he that he had given the shots and to whom he had given him right, Because what I had read somewhere that he told somebody that he within the department team the next morning. Because you have to document it in a system called in the unit tracks and there's forms. You have to spill out all of these forms. They were filling out manually because their computer system was down. But the next morning, it's completely documented. Completely transparent. He was just glad he didn't waste it. And so the following day, the next morning when he comes in and enters it in there. So there's a record as to what he entered and when he entered it. Absolutely okay, so he didn't deny it And he didn't sell any of these. There's no personal gain that the vaccine is free to the to the consumer to the patient, right? It's worse than that is his 76 year old dad lives next door to him. Okay. If it was a friends and family party, why didn't he get it? In fact, they had another. Right that this was a Tuesday that Saturday that his dad signed up for the computer system was working. His dad waited in line for two hours. Only to be told when he got up there. We're out of vaccines. And Dr Gogol was administering the vaccines. Okay, So if that were his M o. Why didn't his dad get one? He was just faced with a situation that the county wasn't prepared to deal with. This was the first time that they had got this event, and he had 10 leftover, so instead of doing what they wanted him to do. Throw it away. He spent another four hours finding people that qualified By the way, he's dead work hours. He's on salary. His own salaries. And Michael. What.
"public health department" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of the Corona virus has been politicized. The lockdowns. The economic Destruction that has occurred. Intentional toe hurt the trump economy. So much virtue, signaling the wearing of the mask in front of the camera, and the minute the cameras turned off than taking it off and having a conversation because they don't really believe any of it. So With that in mind. Another phase. Another chapter. In the political process that should have been public health. Over the weekend, I learned that a doctor who works for the Harris County Public Health Department Named Hassan. Go call. Woz being charged with a crime. And the crime Woz. That he had he was administering vaccines. And he got to the end of the day and there was nobody left to receive the vaccine. But the vaccine vile had already been punctured. So there were 10 more Shots to be administered. But nobody left in line. So, according to his lawyer who was our guest. He started looking for people to administrate too, because these things go bad, very quickly. Well, eventually, he administers it to everyone, including his wife, who has co morbidity is she's rather sickly already. He the next morning comes in and puts all the information in this system. He doesn't try to hide it. The Harris County district attorney Who doesn't bring charges against murderers, Mind you. Brings a charge against him. Well, I had the lawyer on this morning and you're going to hear from him in just a moment. There's a postscript to the story after we had him on the Harris County District attorney's office decided To drop the charges. That's not gonna be enough. During the discussion, you're going to hear a conversation about The fact that the doctor says he was told Officials within the public Health Department. To throw The extra vaccine in the trash, not vaccine Other don't vaccinate other people throw it in the trash. Here's that conversation. So process. All of the people that the Harris County District Attorney's office doesn't prosecute under Kim Ogg. And then you begin to wonder. Why are they making such a public show of going after a Harris County public health doctor accusing him of stealing A vial of the modern, A covert 19 vaccine for friends and family. Well, they sure made a show out of the fact that we're prosecuting this guy. We're going after him. But his attorney, Paul Doyle, full disclosure. Personal friend of mine says there's more to this story. So, Paul, why don't you start us off with your client? Dr. Hassan? Go call. And what, exactly what he did, and then how he ran afoul of the Comandante and Kim Ogg well, first, so he didn't run afoul of of anything. They've accused him of it. And it's worse than the press release. They've accused him of Basically secreting a vial of vaccine and then taking them to all of his friends and effectively having this vaccination party with the Harris County citizens have paid for it. The factions like a lot of fun. Everybody line up. Here's your shot. Right right in. The sad reality of it is that Dr Koco was made aware that he had been accused of being a thief on Thursday. After the D A's office filed a sealed misdemeanor complaint and ran a national story that hit you Know, Fox Nationally, the AP CNN, where they In one fell swoop. Just absolutely disparage his reputation and by the way They never even got his side of the story. In fact, judge held ago's office refers this over to the D A's office and well within eight business days he has been accused of a crime nationally. And when you hear what actually happened, it's gonna It's gonna cause great concern for the lack of thoughtfulness. And do Diller. You ready to tell us what actually happened? You got it. OK, so tell us what happened. And then we'll get to what the Comandante did. And what Boss Hogg did. So what happened is on December 18th Madonna vaccine was approved for emergency purposes. Okay. On December 22nd the state comes in, and they they're going to provide vaccines to County. They issue protocols on how these vaccines, uh, will be provided. The Harris County Public Health Department who where doctor doctor yokels employed, um set up a site out at Lions Park and humble Where they were going to do their first rollout. This is December 29. Okay, that this was not well publicized. The computers didn't work, but Regardless that they got out there and they started administering vaccines at starting at 7 A.m. all the way through 7 p.m. at night. Dr. Koco was out there the whole time. Now important fact which unfortunately, the D A's office wasn't aware of this before they file these charges and the investigators involved which is shocking to me, but If you puncture the donna vials, Okay, there's about 11 doses per vial. Once that vial is punctured, you have six hours to administer all of those doses. Okay. The sun has gone down. They had their last person come up. I think they administered close to 300 that day. But last person in line comes up. They have they puncture a new vial. They have 10 remaining doses. So, Dr Gogol. Starts looking around to figure out who they can administer these doses to they first look at the law enforcement members that are out there, most of which had already received it. They've been look at the frontline medical workers who are out there who had all received it. And He didn't have anybody. Hold right there. All right there. We'll.
"public health department" Discussed on KTRH
"Preview of what else we have coming up for you on the show In the next segment. I'll talk to Bo Wise probably won't know his name. But, boy, Will you ever be moved by his story? His brother was a Navy seal killed in Afghanistan. His other brother was a green Beret army sniper. Killed in Afghanistan. And he the third was United States Marine. On his second tour in Afghanistan. When the Marine Corps yanked him out and said You're not going back into combat. We're not letting your mother lose all three. Her sons. It was a decision he did not like. And you're going to hear How he felt about it at the time, but that Over the course of time he came to understand. That it probably was the right decision. The book is called three wise Men. A Navy seal a Green Beret and how they're marine brother became a war's sole survivor. He is the Only American service member. To receive the soul Survivor designation. From the Department of Defense from the 17 Year war. In Afghanistan. It is a Powerful story. You're gonna want to hear it. We're also going to talk to a lawyer. Was representing a doctor in Houston. Who works for the county Public Health Department. And he Says that his client was unfairly accused of a crime and fired For using extra vaccines at the end of the day. He has 10 vaccines left. He's already punctured the vaccine, so it's gonna go bad in a matter of hours. And so he administers the vaccine to several people, including one to his wife. Rarely does a guy get in trouble for giving a shot to his own wife. But he did. Lawyer says that this is the government trying to make an example out of don't abuse the vaccine. But picking the wrong case to do it. You'll hear his story. You'll also hear another report. On how lockdowns are causing Deaths of despair. You know, they don't show the cove ID meters any longer. Because now that Donald now that Joe Biden is president I don't want you to know how many people are done from Covina. Cause you might blame Joe Biden and we can't have that. Well. What they're not telling, you sort of economists would call it the opportunity costs. Is how many people are dying. Because of the lockdown in response to Cove it such that maybe we'd be better letting covert run its course. Which by the way, A lot of people myself included. Suggested from the earliest days. When you look at the extra Access. Marginal suicides, drug overdoses, domestic abuse, undiagnosed illnesses. There is a mounting body of evidence about undiagnosed medical illnesses. That because people didn't go to the doctor. The doctor wouldn't see anyone that didn't have cove. It So these forms of cancer, for instance or not diagnosed and people die very shortly thereafter. Whereas if they're just going to the doctor, but because of where the mentality was during that Heart attacks that go undiagnosed and then folks dial Anyway, we'll explore that further. But I was talking about why it is that the press won't ask Joe Biden tough questions. Here is Joe Biden's press secretary. Talking about? Questions they're getting for Joe Biden. Including What's his favorite ice cream flavor? What? This can be room..
"public health department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Meanwhile, Colorado is public Health Department sent notices Sunday to hundreds of providers directing them not to require government ideas or other documentation for people getting inoculated the directive aimed at ensuring non citizens and others who might not have an idea or included in the vaccination drive. Think homeless, that kind of thing, ignoring it could cause medical facilities and local health agencies. Lose access to vaccines. Ronnie Specter of the Ronettes calls Phil Specter of brilliant producer but a lousy husband. They were married for six years before divorcing in the mid seventies. Phil Specter, he passed away Saturday of natural causes while in prison for The murder of Lana Clarkson. He was 81 years old Ronnie Specter, riding on the instagram. Her love for him was like a fairy tale. But darkness set in saying she still smiles whenever she hears the music they made together. Ronnie Specter, writing in her memoir that Phil kept a gold coffin in their house and said he'd put her dead body in it if she tried to leave him. Scary, eerie when you think about it. Yeah, For behind the scenes Look at a FN go to a FN now dot com Reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. Anytime I met Matt Ray talk, use the hashtag A FN and, of course that follow the show on Twitter to at America's First news used the hash tag A F. And if you're a property owner and outdoorsman a hunter, look, you know your vision changes drastically at night..
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"Only to get information but to get the vaccine they had since really march to plan all this. Yeah. I mean, I think that's you know the question on everybody's mind right now, and it's it's. Of course, it's a really, really complicated situation is kind of the simple way of putting it. Um, you know, I think what what it comes down to really is California is a Huge state. It's basically its own country that's trying to launch this vaccination campaign. It's very diverse, not just in terms of the population, but just in terms of the structure kind of The politics and the cultural and how we deliver health care. And all that just kind of plays out and you know, Yes, there was We've had since March to think about this, But, you know, I don't I think that the public Health Department and the political leaders have kind of had their hands full since then, with You know, handling a pandemic? Not to say that that you know there wasn't there weren't some mistakes. I mean, it seems like you know, I'm with everyone else. It sort of is baffling to me that there wasn't more preparation done. We all heard about these vaccines coming well in advance, So at the very least, you know there. There should have been some more steps taken, but it is a very complex picture. Do you know it's things like the fact that the state is now open it up to 65 older people within 24 hours were furious that they couldn't get information on where to get the vaccine and that there were long lines and they couldn't get through their providers. I kind of want to just, you know, Say it, It's you know, I think it's going to take each of these faces. You know, a little bit of time Tol work itself out, right? So you you might be like, a few days or even a couple of weeks before we get some of these. These big providers who just I mean, they're not anymore well informed that really any of the rest of us, which is a big part of the problem, too. Issue of communication and transparency. So you know when a When a county here's on, you know, Tuesday night, maybe you know, an hour ahead of the rest of us that they're gonna be able to offer it to people 65 up. They don't have a lot of time to figure out how they're going to reach those people. So I think you know, some of this is just people are really they're scared. They're frustrated. We've been in this situation for so long, and we just want to find a way out of it, and they're really, really eager to It's great. They're really eager to get vaccinated, but they're really excited do that and they want. They want answers, and they want it fast. And that's understandable. But I do think we need to be. We're gonna have to exercise a little bit of patients here. Is some of the takeaway I've gotten. Unfortunately, some of the patience is wearing thin, but you mentioned the size of California. There's also Other problems with funding. There's problems with the supply of vaccine was communication. More people need to be actually trained on how to vaccinate but the same institutions that are trying to manage testing. And contact tracing and supports where people are the ones that are managing vaccine distribution. I'm just wondering what you think about maybe well having the vaccine doses Handing it over to health care providers. It would seem like that would be at least a reasonable way to go with them. I'm in healthcare providers with the same ones that are dealing with the surgeon. A lot of ways. I think that s O. I mean, the idea of your right there. What we what we need really? And what we talked about is sort of building up this army of vaccinators, But you know, like you pointed out, we've already built up an army of testers, an army of contact tracers. You know, where do you pull the next army from? And I think that that's that's what they're working out now, and that's where some of the very legitimate criticism comes..
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"The county public Health Department has not yet been able to expand vaccine availability to lower tier priority groups, even though the state is calling for it. Jim wrote KBC news, According to the Bloomberg Vaccine tracker. Only about 28% of California's 3.5 million doses have been administered in terms of percentage is on Lee. Alabama is doing the worst job. You can get a vaccination at the happiest place on Earth. But keep your season pass at home and email went out to Disney's passport holders and what may be a sign that Disneyland is not reopening anytime soon. It's stated the theme park is ending its current annual passport program due to the pandemic, and we'll start issuing appropriate refunds for eligible passport holders. Officials say they're developing new membership offerings for park goers in the meantime, but offered no details. Currently, the Disney resort is serving as a covert 19 vaccination Super site. Sharon reared in K ABC News President Donald Trump is expected back in Florida on the same day that he becomes the former president. According to reports, the president and first lady planned to leave the White House and head to Palm Beach Wednesday morning, just hours before Joe Biden's inauguration. Trump has already said he would not be at the inauguration in his final tweet before Twitter Band and permanently. It's been expected that the first couple would be living in Palm Beach after the White House years. Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, declared Mar A Lago is their permanent residents back in September of 2019, and the first lady is recently visited a private school in South Florida, where teenager Barron Trump may attend. I'm Joe Macken on Wall Street. All the major indexes are in.
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"Here's what you need to know. Right now. Stephanie Grisham and Arizona name who is three now. Former chief of staff of the first lady and a former White House press secretary, resigned today following the violent protest with the U. S. Capitol. Grisham is one of the longest serving Trump administration officials. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress will resume counting the electoral votes tonight after the capital is all cleared of violent occupiers. Protesters and rioters alike shut down the capital today, as well as the joint congressional session objecting to the electoral College certification about 500,000. Maricopa County residents fit into Phase one B for the Corona virus vaccine distribution. The public Health Department says it will begin offering them the shots Monday. You can read more about signing up and Katie are calm. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station, Katya our news time. Now for another traffic check with detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center. Thank you back your land. It looks like we've got a crash on the one on one this afternoon into this evening now blocking the right lane westbound near seventh Avenue that has finally cleared. But boy, the delay it really stacked up heavy. And now we've got to clear out slowing from 56 straight all the way through 19th Avenue right now, And it's gonna be a little more than a dozen extra minutes to your right north out outer loop 303. North of Camelback. That is where we've got a crash. Walking the center and right lanes. Stay to your left to get by it. Also, it crashed on the state road. 3 47 cell phone approaching state route to 38 otherwise known as Smith. Thank road we've got to crash here. It's reported off. What westbound? Wanna one, by the way, now getting reports of a crash in the 56th street on ramp. We don't need that 67th Avenue west of south of Cactus is where we got new crash coming in as well. This traffic report brought to you by 72 sold back home Got 15 minutes at 72 sold. They only need 15 minutes to walk through to give you a higher price than if you told your home any other way Get started. Today It's 72 sold dot com The turn and Katie are in is today on Wall Street. The Dow Rose 437 points and the S and P was up 21,.