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"robert redfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:18 min | 4 d ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Safe and effective. Dr. Robert Redfield, head of the Centers for Disease Control, spoke about another hot topic facing millions of American families with Children. It's in the public health best interest of K through 12 students to get back and face to face learning. There's really very significant public health consequences of the school closure. The panel's top Democrats South Carolina Congressman Jim Clyburn, a former school teacher, says his focuses on saving lives. I want them in the classroom. I want them. To be educated, but I want them safe on Capitol Hill, Mike Emanuel Fox News, California health officials say a teenager has died from the virus, the safe first reported child dad from covert 19. The team lived in the Central Valley, and officials say other health conditions may have been a factor. Hurricane warnings up from Boca Raton to the VA Lucien Rivard County line in Florida. As zaius bears down, most important thing people can do right now is just remain vigilant and pay close attention to local warnings and local news. Now's a great time to make your disaster supply kit if you haven't already covered Iran descent as the storm is expected to begin impacting the Carolinas early next week in a president Trump says that he will sign an executive order as soon as tomorrow to band the Chinese own video app Tic tac from the US over security fears. The president made the comments to reporters a short time ago aboard Air Force One On the way back from Florida lawmakers have raised intelligence and privacy concerns about the company's ownership. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts network. The campaign with their latest Fox News polls show promising numbers for former vice President Biden in key states like Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida co founder and president of Real Clear Politics Tom Bevin. I mean, I think there's a broad swath of voters that are put off by the idea that Democrats suggesting on national TV that we actually should engage in the argument of whether or not to tear down statues subscribing. Listen now by going to a fox news podcasts dot com. There's never been a more critical time. Fox News media is bringing America together. America is watching News and fuels debate on Fox News Channel were invested in you from Wall Street to Main Street to your street with Fox Business..

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Health experts again urge basics to fight virus spread

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Health experts again urge basics to fight virus spread

"The nation's top public health officials are making a now familiar plead to Americans as the coronavirus continue spreading across the nation hearing before a house panel CDC director Robert Redfield Dr Anthony Fauci and trump administration virus testings are brazier Wallace said no there is no vaccine yet but Americans are also not defenseless against the virus we have powerful tools five easy things to do boarding crowded indoor spaces or washing hands or wearing a mask universal wearing of masks supporting crowd supposed visible distancing not just some of us but all of us embrace these tools we will get a handle on this pandemic out she says he's optimistic Americans will have widespread access to a vaccine after one is approved as safe and effective hopefully by year's end Sager made Ghani Washington

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Health experts again urge basics to fight virus spread

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 d ago

Health experts again urge basics to fight virus spread

"The nation's top public health officials are making a now familiar plead to Americans as the coronavirus continue spreading across the nation hearing before a house panel CDC director Robert Redfield Dr Anthony Fauci and trump administration virus testings are brazier Wallace said no there is no vaccine yet but Americans are also not defenseless against the virus we have powerful tools five easy things to do boarding crowded indoor spaces or washing hands or wearing a mask universal wearing of masks supporting crowd supposed visible distancing not just some of us but all of us embrace these tools we will get a handle on this pandemic out she says he's optimistic Americans will have widespread access to a vaccine after one is approved as safe and effective hopefully by year's end Sager made Ghani Washington

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Rep. James Clyburn Testifies Before Congress on Coronavirus Response

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:47 sec | 4 d ago

Rep. James Clyburn Testifies Before Congress on Coronavirus Response

"Is 4.5 1,000,000 Corona virus cases, top health experts testified before a House panel about the need for a national comprehensive plan to address the crisis. Correspondent Camilla comic We're trying to save lives. Congressman James Clyburn complained that some states are finding it hard to keep up with demand for testing. Admiral brought your are the current data we have from the large commercial labs or that 59% of all tester reported within three days, 76% within five days, though he admitted some are taking longer as to school reopening. CDC Director Robert Redfield said he supports it because so many Children rely on their schools for meals and health services. I do think it's really important to realize it's not public health versus the economy about school, opening its public health versus public health. Well, it was

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Fauci optimistic COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Fauci optimistic COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available

"Dr Anthony Fauci says he remains cautiously optimistic a corona virus vaccine will be available by next year felt she says once a vaccine is approved as both safe and effective it'll be ready for distribution within a reasonable period of time the plans now allow for any American who needs a vaccine to get it within the year twenty tribe and though he says there will be a priority list and not everybody will get it immediately felt she appeared at a house hearing alongside CDC chief Robert Redfield an admiral Brett Jr walked the administration's virus testings are with knowledge is it's not possible right now for all test results to come back within three days given the demand and supply many experts say the results are nearly worthless after three days because the window for tracing a positive patients contacts has closed Sager made ani Washington

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Fauci optimistic COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 d ago

Fauci optimistic COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available

"Dr Anthony Fauci says he remains cautiously optimistic a corona virus vaccine will be available by next year felt she says once a vaccine is approved as both safe and effective it'll be ready for distribution within a reasonable period of time the plans now allow for any American who needs a vaccine to get it within the year twenty tribe and though he says there will be a priority list and not everybody will get it immediately felt she appeared at a house hearing alongside CDC chief Robert Redfield an admiral Brett Jr walked the administration's virus testings are with knowledge is it's not possible right now for all test results to come back within three days given the demand and supply many experts say the results are nearly worthless after three days because the window for tracing a positive patients contacts has closed Sager made ani Washington

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CDC head Robert Redfield pushes for schools to reopen in 'public health interest'

Tony Katz Today

00:27 sec | 4 d ago

CDC head Robert Redfield pushes for schools to reopen in 'public health interest'

"Be part of the solution. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News. We will get a handle on this pandemic. That's Dr Robert Redfield, head of the CDC again urging us to stay socially distance and wearing a simple math. Properly. It's critical to a limited in the transmission. He also talked about getting kids back in class. It is in the public interest to these K through 12 students to get these schools back open for face to face learning.

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CDC guidelines push to reopen schools with social distancing

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:27 sec | Last week

CDC guidelines push to reopen schools with social distancing

"The CDC, though releasing its guidelines for schools reopening safely, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield in the teleconference says it includes wearing face coverings for kids and adults, social distancing and plans when someone tests positive. I understand as a parent now grandparent of 11 That way. All worry. You know, we're hoping that people will still be the substantial benefit to their Children.

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Florida weighs reopening schools amid coronavirus pandemic

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Florida weighs reopening schools amid coronavirus pandemic

"Several Florida school district's or planning to offer parent's choice, while others will be keeping their campus is closed at the start of the school year due to the spike in Corona virus cases, the Trump Administration and Florida's Department of Education has pushed for schools to be open. That's a sentiment shared by the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I'm feel very strongly that the public health interest of K through 12 students, in particular eyes best served by getting schools reopened to face to face learning, Dr Robert Redfield worries about what he calls enormous public health consequences to not being at

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"robert redfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:13 min | 2 weeks ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studios. Every single day I walk into the studio. I pray for the ability to give you clarity to give you wisdom to give you a factual inner information. And when you would disagree with me about anything, I put you to the top of the line like that last caller, and you know, I don't want to beat him up because I do appreciate him calling and being truthful, sometimes. When somebody senses where I'm going, they try toe. They try to pivot and they won't answer and I don't want to beat him up because he's voting for Joe Biden. But I do want to point out That two people who are consumed with the mask mandates. If you are, if you're if you believe strongly in a mask mandate, you're probably a liberal Democrat. If you are against mask mandates. You're probably a conservative Republican. Now, you know they are politicized. Whether anybody likes it or not. Greg would have to admit it has become a political, um Sort of cudgel. And There's a lot of pragmatism behind wondering how you enforce it. A perfect example. The other day, I went into the grocery store I go into just about every day. With my mask on And I stay away from people. Honestly, I mean, I I I get annoyed when people don't follow the arrows on the isles. It's a good idea that we keep the flow going the same way. Seems to me to make a lot of sense. And so I just see somebody coming the other way. I'm like, come on, will narrow aisle anyway. There were three or four young women in the grocery store the other day. A grocery store with a mask mandate, just like every business. In Pinellas County, Florida, You have to wear a mask to go into any business now by order of the county. There were three or four young women. Probably late twenties, maybe thirties. They were just running around. And but there were no actually there was a young girl with them. It looked like a family of three or four all women. Not a single one of more the mask on Well, what's the grocery store going to do? You think some checkout clerk is supposed to tackle them? Confront them. Have a big scene in the grocery stores. They're screaming inside that thing that's been happening to So I do agree. To an extent with Greg. That it's a good idea to wear one. What do you have to lose? If if Redfield is right. You would wanna wear one. But I, but I get it When you say you don't know if the CDC director Robert Redfield is right, here's what he said earlier this week about mask wearing in America. Let's get Robert Redfield cut number nine, the CDC director Guys. Where's cut nine. You got cut. Nine. I guess we don't have it. All right. We'll.

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Trump administration cuts CDC out of data collection on hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Doug Stephan

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration cuts CDC out of data collection on hospitalized COVID-19 patients

"Hospitals to bypass the CDC to submit information on covert 19 hospital data related to the Corona virus pandemic in the U. S will now be collected by a private technology firm instead of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC Director Dr Robert Redfield said the agency has agreed to remove the National Health Care Safety Network from the collection process in order to streamline reporting information such as the number of intensive care unit beds and Colonel Protective Equipment available will now be reported to Pittsburgh based tell it, tracking technologies from public health leaders fear that switch will further sideline the CDC barbecue. Second

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Trump administration orders hospitals to stop sending COVID-19 data to the CDC

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump administration orders hospitals to stop sending COVID-19 data to the CDC

"Hospitals to stop sending data about the Corona virus to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta from member station W. A. B Sam Whitehead reports facilities have been told to direct that information to a new federal database. The U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the CDC has created its own system to collect data on hospital bed capacity, staffing and the availability of personal protective equipment. Dr Robert Redfield leads the CDC. No one is taking access or date away from CDC having the fastest possible access to data as very real benefits for our public health response, the CDC had collected that data through a national network of thousands of healthcare facilities, but HHS officials say that old system was too slow. I'll use their new system to make decisions about where to send resource is like supplies and covert 19 treatments for NPR

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"robert redfield" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on WJR 760

"T and Harvard University had just gotten underway when a lawyer for the U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that the Trump administration was rescinding a rule. That would have caused many international college students to leave the U. S. If their schools held on Lee Online classes instead, no return to the status quo. Under the policy. International students in the U. S. Would not have received new visas if they had to take all of their classes online because of Corona virus, and they could have faced deportation. Universities felt the White House was pressuring them to reopen. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. There are 3.4 million confirmed Corona viruses cases in the US, and more than 136,000 people have died. Centers for Disease Control director Dr Robert Redfield has a Journal of American Medical Association Network that a cove in 19 vaccine is closed. I think I'm I'm optimistic. That will have one or more vaccines available. Um, before the first of the year, you can never predict scientist But I do think that that we're on an accelerated course here that I've no witness before Joe Biden has outlined his vision for the future in a speech dedicated to the need for the nation to embrace efforts to combat climate change. Presumptive Democratic nominee, let off with criticism of the rush to get the nation back to business. Mr President Open Everything now isn't a strategy for success is barely a slogan. But the address to the media where Biden took no questions was mostly devoted to spending as much as $2 trillion on clean energy infrastructure. To end u. S dependence on fossil fuels entirely. By 2035. Bob Costantini, Washington Man.

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CDC urges all Americans to wear masks to combat spread of COVID-19

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

CDC urges all Americans to wear masks to combat spread of COVID-19

"CDC says time is now for people to wear masks for Americans to wear masks. Speaking on a webinar with the Journal of the American Medical Association, Dr Robert Redfield said face coverings could turn the tide. In the war against the virus. I really do believe if the American public all embrace masking now and we really did it, You know, rigorously. Maybe more like the German citizens were really the Germans say everyone isolated. Think they got a lot of cooperation? You know when we probably isolated we probably had less than half the American public. Do it? I think if we could get everybody to wear a mask right now, I really do. Think of X 468 weeks we could bring this epidemic under control. Dodge Read feels his masks are public health issue, not a political issue also warned that this fall and winter probably will be one of the most difficult times we've ever experienced in American public health

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"robert redfield" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Possible infection. Doctors Anthony Fauci and Dr Robert Redfield have made public appearances today fault She's saying he hopes the country has learned from a rush reopening and Redfield saying masks Khun Gain control of the situation in the future. I'll have more of what they said in 15 minutes. Florida's rush to reopen, according to Miami Mayor Francis Suarez has not gone exactly as planned. Florida posting a record number of deaths Day today, The rolling Seven day average also set a record. New York governor Andrew Cuomo was added a four more states to the 14 day quarantine list. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Congress needs to move on a stimulus package. Now before citizens and mass run out of money, and China says it will impose on specific sanctions on Lockheed. After the US approved a $620 million deal to supply missile parts to Taiwan in San Francisco. I met Baxter, I back over to you guys. All right. Thanks very much did against the South tower is Rajiv demolish chair of the development Committee at S. And he's here to discuss global market strategy and ah, Reggie, we were talking before we lived off about President Trump ending Hong Kong is that special statement status? We've also seen volatility picking up in Chinese stocks. I'm just wondering how sustainable that really is looking to you. Already was a bit of a catch up because China had lagged quite a bit other markets in the last couple of years on DH for good reasons. Trade tensions of US played last year. Whereas other markets did fairly well into into this year, China was lagging as well. And then, since China was able to recover much well entered the covert crisis fast and recovered much faster. This is really the time where Chinese financial markets can't catch up some of that underperformance part if it of course, the part of the track. Redi was triggered by policy statement supporting equities, and that has happened in the past, leading to a very sharp gains. I've seen that in 14 4000 feet. Very sharp. Policy helped rallies in this seems a bit the same so but this time, I think what's different is that authorities are more careful about not leading to a very big speculative bubble by encouraging Small investors to come in and penned by the market. They immediately started dampening down some off the very positive rhetorics, which started the beginning of last week. So by the end of last week, we've seen a bit of a cooling off in comments and we think that this makes it a bit more sustainable than the past. But this this ready probably has more legs. It is. It is supported by a lot of policy action, like everywhere in the world. I'm with Kat attacks boost fiscal boost as well. And and also getting a handle on the number of infections. In cases. You set a very interesting thing, which is that yes, Asia has done so, but so has Europe and Europe's done it even with easing the lock down. Is that a good model for what may happen in the US eventually? The European example is eyes remarkable because they were heavily hit on DH locked down and now opened up very considerably on infections have have been contained. So So perhaps that's something that we will see. Take some time..

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Employees Send A Letter To CDC Director About Racism At The Workplace

Marketplace

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Employees Send A Letter To CDC Director About Racism At The Workplace

"Employees at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say there is a racist culture at the agency. In a letter sent to CDC Director Robert Redfield, a letter that was obtained by NPR. CDC employees say this racism in the workplace is hurting the nation's ability to address the impact of the pandemic on people of color.

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Dallas - Texas Reports More Than 100 Coronavirus Deaths In 1 Day For First Time

What A Day

01:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Dallas - Texas Reports More Than 100 Coronavirus Deaths In 1 Day For First Time

"Cases have been going up. One of the only encouraging signs we had was that deaths weren't also going up, but that also might be changing now. Yeah, definitely could be and death. Slag case counts so we'll have to keep monitoring that goes on, but yesterday for instance Texas more than one hundred deaths for the first time and the governor. There is now pleading with residents to wear a mask to. Having to shut the economy down which? Again Late to the Party and Florida, which is one of the worst outbreaks in the country, reported one hundred twenty deaths. Also a record high yet. We have a Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's still eager to open schools in the fall, likening it to things like fast food home. Depot and Wal Mart, being open which I don't know about your schooling, but I feel like when I go to home. Depot I'm not there for eight hours with a lot of other people in one cramped room. That's right. Yeah, and one quick update on schools and something that we talked about in yesterday's show so on Thursday, Robert Redfield of the CDC. CDC said that they're not going to revise their guidelines for school reopenings as had been suggested by the president, but rather give out more information to make sure that parents and communities can help decide so still a challenge will continue to keep track of all of

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CDC director says agency won't rewrite guidelines for reopening schools

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:16 sec | 3 weeks ago

CDC director says agency won't rewrite guidelines for reopening schools

"CDC director Dr Robert Redfield and today saying he's not changing guidelines for schools as the Trump Administration had tweeted. US virus cases rise 2% beating the average daily increase. Florida sees record DEATHS Arizona cases have

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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Discusses Handling The Coronavirus Pandemic

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Discusses Handling The Coronavirus Pandemic

"Joining us now the governor of Maryland Larry Hogan. He has a new book coming out later. This it's called there. You see the cover still standing surviving cancer riots, global pandemic and the toxic politics that divide America governor. Thanks so much for joining. Joining us. We're definitely going to have you back later this month. Assuming you'll want to come back when your book comes out, I WanNa, talk about that. You've got some really compelling stories, but let's start with this very grim milestone right now. More than three million Americans three million Americans all across the United States have now been infected with this virus, and the death toll could reach actually to under thousand, plus by November I according to the latest projections. Has. The United States failed in its pandemic response. We'll look. There's no question that we've turned a corner in the past couple of weeks. In the wrong direction we're seeing these states all across the country spiking and it's of great concern. I can tell you to to most of the folks across the country. Our state luckily so far has been doing pretty well and trending in a better direction, but by no means are we ready to do any victory lapse I can tell you that we're watching a very. We're being very cautious where reminding people to continue to remain vigilant because This virus is not going away anytime soon and we can't take it lightly. Life and death issues at stake. The vice president said the country's hotspots have enough personal protective equipment at hospital capacity right now. You're the head of the National Governor's Association. Is that what you're hearing from? These governors do they need more support, or are they happy and satisfied? Look I didn't hear what the vice president said. I can tell you that The federal government is doing a much better job than we were at the beginning of this crisis as far as working together with the state's ramping up some of these things like personal protective equipment, but I don't know we don't know how bad the surge is going to get, and whether or not, we are going to have enough of PPA where we're going to have enough ventilators. Where whether we're going to be able to have the ICU beds so look I i. think it's to underestimate this virus as a big mistake, but I think we've made great strides to improve. Improve a lot better shape on those things than we were back in March or April, but with a big comeback. We could still be in trouble again when it comes to getting kids back in school, and all of us want to see the kids back in school. We Wanna see them. Studying and learning. The president is now actually threatening to cut off funding. If schools don't reopen, do governor see this as an empty threat? Is there a real fear? Let's say some of the counties in Maryland Montgomery County outside of Washington DC. If they decided simply too dangerous I should. The folks here feel that the federal support for schools is going to dry up. We'll look I i. really can't say what was in the president's mind when he made that statement, but I don't believe it was a serious statement and I don't think the governors are taking it seriously. Look had a great call with the governor's the vice-president just the other day two days ago with Dr Robert Redfield where he talked about the CDC guideline guidance for States we're. We're talking about. How do we safely reopen schools while being making sure that we're protecting kids and teachers and so I, the the threats today and the and the talk about not following the CDC guidelines. It just came out of nowhere. It makes no sense. It wasn't part of our discussion. Dr Redfield gave a nice update and vice-president did and all the governors were. Appreciative of the guidance from the CDC and we're all looking at these issues in our states to make sure we all want to get kids back to school, but we wanna make sure we do it in a safe way. And I thought it was good at the CDC. Put out some some some safety guidelines. And apparently the president of like those guidelines, and he's complaining about it now. The CDC is going to have to revisit those guidelines us all very very disturbing

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Trump threatens to cut funding for schools, slams CDC reopening guidelines as too tough and expensive

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump threatens to cut funding for schools, slams CDC reopening guidelines as too tough and expensive

"Pressure on the C D. C today, President Trump blasting at school reopening guidelines calling them impracticable. CDC director Robert Redfield. I want to make it very clear that what is not the intent of CDs these guidelines Is to be used as a rationale to keep schools closed The administration threatening to Daito withhold funds if they don't reopen Vice President Mike Pence. We're gonna be looking for ways To give states is strong incentive and encouragement to get kids back to

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You don't need symptoms to get tested, CDC director says

Glenn Beck

00:37 sec | Last month

You don't need symptoms to get tested, CDC director says

"You don't need Corona virus symptoms to get a test. ABC is Erica Terrace. Key tells us the new recommendation from public health officials. Even people without symptoms should now get tested for covert 19 CDC director Dr Robert Redfield told ABC News If they have any reason to suspect they might have been exposed anyone who thinks they may be infected independent of symptoms Should being and should get attacked. The CDC is latest recommendation comes as testing lives near capacity made a surgeon cases in nearly three dozen states. Redfield said. The number of asymptomatic people infected is alarming and undermining the traditional ways of tracking an

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Fauci warns Congress that new US coronavirus cases could rise to 100,000 a day

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | Last month

Fauci warns Congress that new US coronavirus cases could rise to 100,000 a day

"On Capitol Hill, the nation's top health officials pleading with Americans to follow safety recommendations to stop a growing virus search. Dr Anthony Fauci says he's very concerned with the U. S. Now seeing more than 40,000 new confirmed virus cases a day. I would not be surprised if we go up. 100,000 day. If this does not turn around, algae says the outcome could be very disturbing, with the outbreaks, putting the entire country at risk. Sitting alongside. At a Senate hearing, CDC director Robert Redfield said. It's critical. All Americans take personal responsibility to slow the spread and embrace the universal use of face coverings. SOCCER Megane Washington We also

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"robert redfield" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | Last month

"robert redfield" Discussed on KGO 810

"CDC director Dr Robert Redfield before the Senate today, and the rising numbers of Corona virus cases and hospitalizations in the United States were not defenseless against this disease way have powerful tools at our disposal. Social distancing, where face cover in public and be disciplined about the frequent hand washing. It is critical. That we all take the personal responsibility to slow the transmission of Kobe 19 and embrace the universal use of face covering th is Dr Anthony Fauci says States need to follow the CDC guidelines for safe Rio putting, but some or not, we've got to make sure that when states start to try and open again They need to follow the guidelines that have been very carefully laid out with regard to checkpoints. What we've seen in several states are different iterations of that. Perhaps maybe in some going too quickly and skipping over some of the checkpoints the rapid spread of the Corona viruses, the recently European Union says. For now, it will ban most American travelers to 31 nations. Several Democrats in the House have been briefed on allegations that Russia offered valleys to Taliban link militias for killing US troops in Afghanistan. This was a red flag, House Majority leader Steny Hoyer. Neither was not waived. Or the president ignored the wave courses If the president was briefed, Why didn't they do anything about the reports? And if he wasn't briefed? Why not? President Truman said. The buck stops here, President Trump says, I never saw the buck. Lindy. Kenyan Washington The Supreme Court's minute is here for religious schools to get public funds upholding a.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:48 min | 3 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"This is not the flu and it is not under control at this time I mean our mitigation I think has worked on numerous levels in numerous cities but keep in mind that a lot of these cities the social distancing continues things have not opened up and if you do open things up now what happens to those numbers where you'll have flattened the curve in places like big cities in California in New York for instance what happens if you just stop let's go back to normal and people have done such a good job on a large scale level in mitigation by social distancing restaurants have been closed what happens if you open everything back up is there going to be a massive spike that's a gigantic concern here so as a nation if you look at the numbers we may have peaked as you look at all of the mitigation and social distancing that's going on but there is a misleading aspect here because if you then shut off the mitigation what happens that's number one and then we also have numbers that are on the rise in many places and even where their way down they're still very close to some of the all time highs not just because you P. doesn't mean that this thing disappears that's one of the unfortunate misnomer is and the president is being very optimistic when he says that if a new hot spot develops we can put it out quickly well if you have a new hot spot on a unit will hand the place I'm at Liverpool handed and will hand they back in January locked the city of eleven million people down after the Chinese light after the Chinese government delayed to allow this thing to fester escape allowed tens and tens of thousands of people to go to that banquet which should not have occurred is the breeding ground that listen I've I've got plenty to slam the the commie trainees on today and I shall I will not disappoint so that's coming up in just a bit but again if hot spots pop up how do you also as I was saying how do you prevent it from spreading because I you know we're not doing these forced lockdowns like Wuhan where they were wielding people into their apartment buildings we saw a video of that for instance some forty six thousand dead Americans in less in two months and then of course we have the CDC warning of a second wave even potentially more deadly and we're talking about a government do it here L. I'm not enamored with a lot of the CDC activity early on I think the CDC bungled quite a bit yeah I mean you gotta be honest here you've got of analyzing you have to cast blame and responsibility where it's deserved and the sea the sea with some of the early testing the bottles and defective testing early on I mean what the hell how do we get caught with our pants down in this situation and I don't want to hear you know from those that are going to bash trump and say listen I I I blame trump on numerous levels but to say that all trump by shut down his the the pandemic a task force last year and well that listed the problems existed well before that I mean clearly problems existed from the Obama administration the trump inherited and yeah you can make an argument that trump had three and a half years to right the ship and get things straight and that there are plenty of warnings there's plenty of blame to go around and yeah I have some major issues with the CDC for instance Hey so tell falls I get two calls in just a minute folks if you're on hold hang on I'll grab some calls here in just a second let me finish up with my fault here with the CDC the CDC director Robert Redfield he did an interview with The Washington Post and he warned that government and public health officials should be planning ahead right now for one he says could be an even more deadly second wave of the corona virus coming in the fall and into next winter he said this is a quote there's a possibility that the assault of the virus our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through I don't want to hear that I hope this guy is wrong he went on to explain that we're going to have the flu epidemic in the corona virus epidemic at the same time having to simultaneous respiratory outbreaks would put an unimaginable strain on the health care system the first wave of covert nineteen has already killed more than forty two thousand people across the country it has overwhelmed hospitals and revealed gaping shortages in test kits ventilators and protective equipment for health care workers so that is the view from the head of the CDC the centers for disease control and prevention we are working at the pleasure of the president president can get rid of me wanted we're expecting revised statement this afternoon under pressure from the administration so we'll see what actually comes out today so can we monitor that and then let's get that as soon as it's out if it does come out Redfield's CDC is right field reminded us that during the two thousand nine initial outbreak of the H. one N. one swine flu pandemic the U. S. experience the first wave of cases in the spring when flu season was waning it's kind of similar to the timing of the initial corona virus outbreak this year but that the first wave of the H. one N. one was followed by a second all larger more deadly wave in the fall and then into the winter of two thousand ten and that competed with the worst of the flu season we don't expect to have a vaccine available for covert nineteen this fall next year at the earliest so the moral of the story here folks is can I damn flu vaccine when it's time and whether it's thirty forty fifty percent effective it's better than nothing and I've already told about the anti vaxxers and I I've been seeing plenty anti VAX stuff out on the internet's my social media has been flooded email from the anti vaxxers crowd well as our civil liberties again we're gonna be forced to get vaccinated in hell no I mean I I've seen it all I I've seen it all ladies and gentlemen on the front lines here let's grab some phone calls here in our younger timing Graham a couple calls here in our number one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on there let's start with Obama did John is in Glenwood springs in Colorado hello John here on Schmidt welcome right that our area is certain Hey I've got a you know the pivotal point they think in all of the shut down was your analogy of having our pants down okay we have a virus is very contagious we don't have a vaccine and it can overwhelm our healthcare system the stuff done to me is the pivotal point was the healthcare system and now that it the not getting the virus with a secondary but the first was the hospital capacity and I think the hospital capacity had been at you know trying to get a draft as much as they can and in the meantime some of these numbers are certain to face down so that's why I think that the pivot point in the capacity of healthcare system and I kind of wanted to get your thoughts now that there is capacity or there is a ventilator there is a back up that yet everyone still gonna can contract the virus they can still stay at home they can do whatever they need to do but now we're not and the healthcare side of things we should open it up a little bit still have a again I let me let me died in an answer question first what we do we just don't have the testing capacity yet we are just not even close to the amount of tests we need to be doing millions of tests a day essentially yeah in the health care system in in many parts of the country luckily he did not I mean they were slammed in and every bed was taken in a lot of New York hospitals are you did have some patients that went to the Javits center that was set up by a by a female in the army corps over on the west side we did have some patients that went to the the mercy of the U. S. naval ship which by the way governor Cuomo told trump that the ship can be redeployed now that luckily they don't need the capacity of the U. S. naval ship mercy that's a good thing a lot of that is because the mitigation it worked well and it prevented it from being really a complete blowout but again we need the testing it was people doing the smart thing in many parts of the country that prevented an additional skyrocketing of cases is that the defense smartly but still we're not at the level of full opening up because of our continued lack of testing that's what it comes down to Bob is in Oak Park in Michigan hello Bobby Ron Schmidt welcome right you know I'm very disappointed that somebody you know conservatives seem to be kind of quick only saying we just got to get back to work out a bit get back to work there and I agree with you that in a lot of places just to assume that the problem is if they don't you know we keep thinking you know all have a vaccine that they don't have a vaccine for six months and what are we supposed to do it we can't stay at home and that the government is the government will go broke and will win the Chinese public battle ships will face them with hope seminar there comes a point that we have to go out with masks and gloves and go back to work and I think I think will be much more prepared this time because we didn't have the masks and gloves and then things got ten seconds to answer your question it before the heartbreak bottom line is and I've said this repeatedly it comes down to testing testing and contact tracing that's how you doing she.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

12:57 min | 3 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is not the flow all learn ten and this is not the flu and it is not under control at this time I mean our mitigation I think has worked on numerous levels in numerous cities but keep in mind that a lot of these cities the social distancing continues things have not opened up and if you do open things up now what happens to those numbers where you'll have flattened the curve in places like big cities in California in New York for instance what happens if you just blow up let's go back to normal and people have done such a good job on a large scale level in mitigation by social distancing not going to big offices restaurants have been closed what happens if you open everything back up is there going to be a massive spike as gigantic concern here so as a nation if you look at the numbers we may have peaked as you look at all of the mitigation and social distancing that's going on but there is a misleading aspect here because if you then shut off the mitigation what happens that's number one and then we also have numbers that are on the rise in many places and even where their way down they're still very close to some of the all time highs not just because you P. doesn't mean that this thing disappears that's one of the unfortunate misnomer is and the president is being very optimistic when he says that if a new hot spot develops we can put it out quickly well if you have a new hot spot on a unit will hand the place I'm at Liverpool handed and will hand they back in January locked the city of eleven million people down after the Chinese light after the Chinese government delayed to allow this thing to fester escape allowed tens and tens of thousands of people to go to that banquet which should not have occurred is the breeding ground that listen I've I've got plenty to slam the the commie trainees on today and I shall I will not disappoint so that's coming up in just a bit but again if hot spots pop up how do you also as I was saying how do you prevent it from spreading because I you know we're not doing these forced lockdowns like Wuhan where they were wielding people into their apartment buildings we saw a video of that for instance some forty six thousand dead Americans in less in two months and then of course we have the CDC warning of a second wave even potentially more deadly and we're talking about a government do it here L. I'm not enamored with a lot of the CDC activity early on I think the CDC bungled quite a bit yeah I mean you gotta be honest here you've got of analyzing you have to cast blame and responsibility where it's deserved and the sea the sea with some of the early testing the buckles and defective testing early on I mean what the hell how do we get caught with our pants down in this situation and I don't want to hear you know from those that are going to bash trump and say listen I I I blame trump on numerous levels but to say that all trump by shut down his the the pandemic a task force last year and well that listed the problems existed well before that I mean clearly problems existed from the Obama administration the trump inherited and yeah you can make an argument that trump had three and a half years to right the ship and get things straight and that there are plenty of warnings there's plenty of blame to go around and yeah I have some major issues with the CDC for instance Hey so tell falls I get two calls in just a minute folks if you're on hold hang on I'll grab some calls here in just a second let me finish up with my fault here with the CDC the CDC director Robert Redfield he did an interview with The Washington Post and he warned that government and public health officials should be planning ahead right now for what he says could be an even more deadly second wave of the corona virus coming in the fall and into next winter he said this is a quote there's a possibility that the assault of the virus our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through I don't want to hear that I hope this guy is wrong he went on to explain that we're going to have the flu epidemic in the corona virus epidemic at the same time having to simultaneous respiratory outbreaks would put an unimaginable strain on the health care system the first wave of covert nineteen has already killed more than forty two thousand people across the country it has overwhelmed hospitals and revealed gaping shortages in test kits ventilators and protective equipment for health care workers so that is the view from the head of the CDC the centers for disease control and prevention we are working at the pleasure of the president president can get rid of me wanted we're expecting revised statement this afternoon under pressure from the administration so we'll see what actually comes out today so can we monitor that and then let's get that as soon as it's out if it does come out Redfield's CDC is right field reminded us that during the two thousand nine initial outbreak of the H. one N. one swine flu pandemic the U. S. experience the first wave of cases in the spring when flu season was waning it's kind of similar to the timing of the initial corona virus outbreak this year but that the first wave of the H. one N. one was followed by a second all larger more deadly wave in the fall and then into the winter of two thousand ten and then competed with the worst of the flu season we don't expect to have a vaccine available for covert nineteen this fall next year at the earliest so the moral of the story here folks is can I damn flu vaccine when it's time and whether it's thirty forty fifty percent effective it's better than nothing and I've already told about the anti vaxxers and I I've been seeing plenty anti VAX stuff out on the internet's my social media has been flooded email from the anti VAX or crowd as our civil liberties again we're gonna be forced to get vaccinated in hell no I mean I I've seen it all I I've seen it all ladies and gentlemen on the front lines here let's grab some phone calls here in our younger timing Graham a couple calls here in our number one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on from there let's start with among the dead John is in Glenwood springs in Colorado hello John here on Schmidt welcome right that our area is certain Hey I've got a you know the pivotal point they think in all of the shut down was your analogy of having our pants down okay we have a virus is very contagious we don't have a vaccine and it can overwhelm our healthcare system the stuff done to me is the pivotal point was the healthcare system and now that it the not getting the virus with the secondary but the first was the hospital capacity and I think the hospital capacity had been at you know trying to get a draft as much as they can and in the meantime some of these numbers are certain to face down so that's why I think that's the point in the capacity of healthcare system and I kind of wanted to get your thoughts now that there is capacity or there is a ventilator there is a back up that yet everyone still gonna can contract the virus they can still stay at home they can do whatever they need to do but now we're not and the healthcare side of things we should open it up a little bit still have a again I let me let me died in an answer question first what we do we just don't have the testing capacity yet we are just not even close to the amount of tests we need to be doing millions of tests a day essentially yeah in the health care system in in many parts of the country luckily he did not I mean they were slammed in and every bed was taken in a lot of New York hospitals are you did have some patients that went to the Javits center that was set up by FEMA and the army corps over on the west side we did have some patients that went to the the mercy of the U. S. naval ship which by the way governor Cuomo told trump that the ship can be redeployed now that luckily they don't need the capacity of the U. S. naval ship mercy that's a good thing a lot of that is because the mitigation it worked well and it prevented it from being really a complete blowout but again we need the testing it was people doing the smart thing in many parts of the country that prevented an additional skyrocketing of cases is that the defense smartly but still we're not at the level of full opening up because of our continued lack of testing that's what it comes down to Bob is in Oak Park in Michigan hello Bobby Ron Schmidt welcome right you know I'm very disappointed that somebody you know conservatives seem to be kind of click only saying we just got to get back to work out a bit get back to work then we would do that in a lot of places just too soon that the problem is if they don't you know we keep thinking you know all have a vaccine that they don't have a vaccine for six months and what are we supposed to do we can't stay at home and that the government is the government will go broke and will win the Chinese public battle ships will face them with hope seminar there comes a point that we have to go out with masks and gloves and go back to work and I think I think will be much more prepared this time because we didn't have the masks and gloves and dental things got ten seconds to answer your question before the heartbreak bottom line is and I've said this repeatedly it comes down to testing testing and contact tracing that's how you doing she it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but to get to the right diagnosis you have to break it down for your doctor and get specific about the severity of your symptoms visit identify EP I dot.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:04 min | 3 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This is not the flu and it is not under control at this time I mean our mitigation I think has worked on numerous levels in numerous cities but keep in mind that a lot of these cities the social distancing continues things have not opened up and if you do open things up now what happens to those numbers where you'll have flattened the curve in places like big cities in California in New York for instance what happens if you just stop let's go back to normal and people have done such a good job on a large scale level in mitigation by social distancing not going to big offices restaurants have been closed what happens if you open everything back up is there going to be a massive spike that's a gigantic concern here so as a nation if you look at the numbers we may have peaked as you look at all of the mitigation and social distancing that's going on but there is a misleading aspect here because if you then shut off the mitigation what happens that's number one and then we also have numbers that are on the rise in many places and even where their way down they're still very close to some of the all time highs not just because you P. doesn't mean that this thing disappears that's one of the unfortunate misnomer is and the president is being very optimistic when he says that if a new hot spot develops we can put it out quickly well if you have a new hot spot on a you know will hand the place I'm at Liverpool handed and will hand they back in January locked the city of eleven million people down after the Chinese light after the Chinese government delayed that and allow this thing to fester escape allowed tens and tens of thousands of people to go to that banquet which should not have occurred is the breeding grounds I listen I've I've got plenty to slam the the commie trainees on today and I shall I will not disappoint so that's coming up in just a bit but again if hot spots pop up how do you also as I was saying how do you prevent it from spreading because I you know we're not doing these forced lockdowns like Wuhan where they were wielding people into their apartment buildings we saw a video of that for instance some forty six thousand dead Americans in less in two months and then of course we have the CDC warning of a second wave even potentially more deadly and we're talking about a government do it here I'm not enamored with a lot of the CDC activity early on I think the CDC bungled quite a bit yeah I mean you gotta be honest here you've got of analyzing you have to cast blame and responsibility where it's deserved and the sea the sea with some of the early testing the buckles and defective testing early on I mean what the hell how do we get caught with our pants down in this situation and I don't want to hear you know from those that are going to bash trump and say listen I I I blame trump on numerous levels but to say that all trump by shut down his the the pandemic a task force last year and well that listed the problems existed well before that I mean clearly problems existed from the Obama administration the trump inherited and yeah you can make an argument that trump had three and a half years to right the ship and get things straight and that there are plenty of warnings there's plenty of blame to go around and yeah I have some major issues with the CDC for instance Hey so tell falls I get two calls in just a minute folks if you're on hold hang on I'll grab some calls here in just a second let me finish up with my fault here with the CDC the CDC director Robert Redfield he did an interview with The Washington Post and he warned that government and public health officials should be planning ahead right now for what he says could be an even more deadly second wave of the corona virus coming in the fall and into next winter he said this is a quote there's a possibility that the assault of the virus on our nation next winter will actually be even more difficult than the one we just went through I don't want to hear that I hope this guy is wrong he went on to explain that we're going to have the flu epidemic in the corona virus epidemic at the same time having to simultaneous respiratory outbreaks would put an unimaginable strain on the health care system the first wave of covert nineteen has already killed more than forty two thousand people across the country it has overwhelmed hospitals and revealed gaping shortages in test kits ventilators and protective equipment for health care workers so that is the view from the head of the CDC the centers for disease control and prevention working at the pleasure of the president president can get rid of me wanted we're expecting revised statement this afternoon under pressure from the administration so we'll see what actually comes out today so can we monitor that and then let's get that as soon as it's out if it does come out Redfield's CDC is right field reminded us that during the two thousand nine initial outbreak of the H. one N. one swine flu pandemic the U. S. experience the first wave of cases in the spring when flu season was waning it's kind of similar to the timing of the initial corona virus outbreak this year but that the first wave of the H. one N. one was followed by a second all larger more deadly wave in the fall and then into the winter of two thousand ten and that competed with the worst of the flu season we don't expect to have a vaccine available for covert nineteen this fall next year at the earliest so the moral of the story here folks is get a damn full vaccine when it's time and whether it's thirty forty fifty percent effective it's better than nothing and I've already told about the anti vaxxers and of I I've been seeing plenty anti VAX stuff out on the internet's my social media has been flooded email from the anti vaxxers crowd full as our civil liberties again will be forced to get vaccinated in hell no I mean I I've seen it all I I've seen it all ladies and gentlemen on the front lines here let's grab some phone calls here an hour ahead of time and grab a couple calls here in our number one eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine gets you on from there let's start with Obama did John is in Glenwood.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Be even deadlier Dr Robert Redfield told The Washington Post a new strain this winter could be more difficult than the current string of corona virus LA Dodgers have set aside one point three million dollars to keep paying game day workers during the pandemic the money will go to about eighteen hundred workers in areas like parking concessions and facilities the angels are also planning to pay employees through the end of next month an NFL star rob Gronkowski is apparently following his former teammate Tom Brady to Florida media reports say the former New England patriot has been traded to the Buccaneers legal gear drive with the KFI in the sky and better news on the one ten next it still goes on in many ways in one of the things that still happening or termites are still leaving your house and is specially now you can you probably much more cognizant of where they are and how badly your house is at risk because what happens is once they call an ICC implying around right now inside it says warming season looking for a place to get inside your walls they start eating immediately so let me see just dealing with it you can deal with it now it's an easy phone call your call Pacific coast termite they'll come out for a free home inspection and do this before the termites they're doing their damage also it's kind of neat when they tell you there is no damage you don't have termites now certain restrictions do apply is that free home inspection and they'll of course be wearing all protective gear when inside so they're taking all the precautions but what happens when you do have termites and Pacific coast termite comes out there is no tenting no double bagging your food no pet sitting no.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Had a Robert Redfield head of the CDC telling people that in the fall could be far worse than now the fall could be worse than now the question before the houses what will the nationwide testing program do what we'll do we see where the test it's not driving the opposition to testing by the way but we already see that the numbers are far greater than what any tests can provide so did you say well if someone tests and they know that they're they're positive right thinking they can stay away from the people Hey if you know your sick to stay away from other people that's not my objection is that you would have to have testing going on week in and week out throughout the entire fall into the winter are you also going to stop travel stop other people from coming in to stop any levels of spread or we're going to get back to that again if they're not gonna be a conversation about well now you need more lockdowns that could come back governor seriously going to consider doing that again he's gonna be able to stay in the house I guess when the weather's bad but the testing which I do not oppose only tells us one bit of data but it without all these other things happening what do you want to do with it it's one of the many questions that's gonna have to be discussed by society in the meantime what.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on WJR 760

"Robert Redfield the director of the centers for disease control and prevention says next year will be challenging and that improvements are needed I want to be able to have it so we respond to it next year with the fundamentals of public health of early case identification isolation contact tracing we don't have to go to the serious mitigation stuff so they were taken to get this under control today during a CNN town hall Thursday Redfield also said the US is underfunded public health for decades I'm John Lawrence reporting Michigan state is under a state wide stay at home water until April thirtieth by order of governor Whitmer she extended her order with some restrictions for example people are banned from traveling to to another home in the state kada je ka cottages up north until the order expires stores are required to limit the number of customers garden centers golf courses are closed one hundred seventeen more people died in Michigan from the virus bringing the total to one thousand seventy six of the state eleven hundred fifty eight more cases were reported the rate of new cases is going down the T. C. F. center opens up as a field hospital today a one of a kind partnership including the Henry Ford health system Beaumont D. M. C. Ian McLaren health will run the facility the hospital after T. C. of center will receive from other hospital facilities however it will not have an intensive care unit or provide care to patients who need ventilation initial staffing will come from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the department of defense but as more patients are admitted the state will good health care professionals from wherever they can find them can wriggle ski W. J. R. news one of those places will be the Cleveland Clinic the Cleveland Clinic is sending health care workers to the Detroit area the Cleveland Clinic says it'll send critical care nurses nurse practitioners doctors and X. ray technicians to Michigan and to New York state and New York City the assignments from Cleveland Clinic are voluntary president trump says a new business loan package will be negotiated this weekend he's been talking with leaders of Russia and Saudi Arabia to get them to end their oil price war the dust up occurred when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell attempted to add another two hundred fifty billion dollars to the program by using a process called unanimous consent he did so since Congress is out of town only one part of the care that is at risk of exhausting its funding right now the paycheck protection program no it's not said Maryland democratic senator Ben Cardin thirty percent has been committed it hasn't been yet released the hard feelings on the Senate floor belied what was happening behind the scenes where treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin was meeting with Senate Democrats trying to reach another deal Linda Kenyon Washington in the absence of live sports the fans of the ultimate fighting championship fights are disappointed the UFC two forty nine will not happen April eighteenth all of their other events are supposed to be postponed this was supposed to be a pay per view event from Fresno California on Wall Street the Dow futures are down for W. J. R. news.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Robert Redfield tells us this virus has a very significant weakness it can't swim seven feet if we can just maximize that social distancing we can limit this virus's ability vice president Mike pence is the U. S. is now cleared more than two million corona virus tests across the country I am pleased to report we're testing more than a hundred thousand people a day now house speaker Nancy Pelosi told CNBC that we need to test and track the virus not just to pave the way for the U. S. to re open for business but also to learn more about the virus what we really have to do is take inventory of actually what's the challenges were flying blind without that was long overdue religious leaders worldwide urged people to celebrate Good Friday and Easter from the safety of their homes I'm barbecue sack president trump said help is on the way to assist the U. S. airlines as the number of Americans getting on airplanes has sunk to a level not seen in more than sixty years due to cover nineteen TSA agents screen just under ninety five thousand people yesterday that's a drop of ninety six percent from a year ago airlines for America says U. S. airline members of cuts seventy one percent of their capacity only about one in every ten seats on the U. S. domestic planes are being used I'm Clayton L. correspondent Ryan brown reports the sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt who tested positive for corona virus was found unresponsive in admitted to intensive care and go on the number of sailors attach that aircraft carrier which the coronavirus surpassing four hundred on Thursday now some ninety seven percent of the crew have been tested but some one thousand of those test results are still pending British prime minister Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care as he's been battling coronavirus.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Robert Redfield and Dr Deborah thank you very much for being here thank you very much when using the full in response to the Chinese virus the state of national emergency they'll make up to fifty million dollars in disaster relief funds available which we can use to assist hospitals which as you know we need to set up emergency operations centers it was to activate emergency plans and they've been fully notified urging hospitals to cancel elective medical procedures emergency declaration allowed us to waive regulations to give the nurses and doctors maximum flexibility to respond to the virus to protect frontline professionals that we both the rise through telehealth nationwide which is really becoming and pick stuff telehealth makes it a lot easier for patients and that really has been working out amazingly well we empower states to authorize tested in this state and we are working with the private sector to rapidly expand testing capacity the for the early result all system was an obsolete system there's been rebuilt in a lot of good things are happening we've ordered five hundred million and ninety five mass production it manufactures are reversing factories one major manufacturers already doubled capacity and.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:31 min | 5 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"D. C. director Robert Redfield says is now jumped beyond some efforts to contain it we're in a containment in certain areas I would say in general or nickel contained containment blended mitigation in some areas were in high mitigation New York governor Andrew Cuomo is sending the National Guard into community north of New York City it is a dramatic action but it is the largest cluster in the country and this is literally a matter of life and death new Rochelle schools and houses of worship are close to try to stop the spread and action that mir is some of what the whole country of Italy is going through Diane Gallagher is in Rome a lot of the Italians are spoken to today this is the first full day of locked down for the whole country they said they're happy to abide by it because there is a fear here of the virus coming to other areas in Washington state governor Jay Inslee says they are preparing for what could be tens of thousands more cases in the nation's capital our Linda Kenyon says an appellate court is siding with house Democrats over the mother reports the DC circuit court of appeals says the house of representatives can have access to secret grand jury material from former special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe in its ruling the court also criticized the justice department's legal theories to keep the Mahler materials under seal while it also endorsed the house's investigation into president trump on this mini super Tuesday voters in six states are deciding.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Accident McEnery at Westwood northern Boulevard on the west side also west Harrison Avenue near work there is an accident reported there now the link is forecast for the advanced dentistry weather center advanced dentistry are you afraid of the dentist to learn how IV sedation can change your life visit no fear status dot com warning snow I have to an inch by nine AM a morning low of twenty six an afternoon high of thirty nine with clouds at night a chance of flurries were down to twenty six then on Sunday mostly cloudy in afternoon chance for rain into the evening a high of forty six from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. we do have a winter weather advisory that isn't a fact from three in the morning until ten in the morning tomorrow right now we are seeing some snow a lot of it in southeast Indiana and on the west side of Cincinnati del high at a stand Forest Park also seeing some snow and in northern Kentucky in the Crittenden area Falmouth also seeing some snow as well twenty eight degrees on the thermometer right now in Cincinnati more people being hospitalized for the flu in the state of Ohio department of health saying today more than eight hundred people were newly hospitalized between January twenty six and the first of February that number is up thirty six percent from the week before government update today on the separate corona virus which each spring out of China it's killing hundreds of people there and making thousands people sick amid concerns over the corona virus members of the president's task force is seeking to come for the public doctor Robert Redfield director.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"That's according to cdc director robert redfield and then you read the bottom propaganda of this many of these diseases are resulting from climate change sensitive to increasing temperatures he had to throw that in the conference call other factors relearn our international travel that's a new code word for immigration so the cdc is now lying about the fact that immigrants are bringing diseases and they're lying about the fact that it's global warming and they're lying about the fact that they could do something about it by blocking people from certain nations nine new germ seven of them spread by ticks of a newly introduced discovered in the us since two thousand four said dr redfield of the cdc and then they go on and they say we're investigating how climate change may impact the spread of vectorborne diseases it has nothing whatsoever to do with climate change nothing at all it has everything to do with bringing an immigrants who are infected with these diseases and letting them travel from country to country and state to state infecting other people this is a nation of insane people to put up with this kind of garbage cdc diseases from ticks fleas mosquitoes soaring in the us and then they tie it to climate change so if you get an idiot in the media who never took science who thinks that just joking about donald trump is is sufficient is efficient example of intelligence they will not even question such a report but the nation faces a very great risk right now zeka west nile anything west nile comes from africa west nile didn't come from connecticut what line to disease short essay connecticut and places like that the vitamin infected mosquito ticker fleet it is only a matter of time in the estimate of i michael savage until we have a typhus outbreak in this nation along the lines that we can't control at all i live in san francisco i am telling you were a second away from typhus outbreak be because the diseases that these homeless people are carrying in.

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"robert redfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"robert redfield" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To the cdc director robert redfield and then you read the bottom propaganda of this many of these diseases are resulting from climate change sensitive to increasing temperatures he added throw that in the conference call are the factors we learn our international travel that's a new code word for immigration so the cdc is now lying about the fact that immigrants are bringing diseases and they're lying about the fact that it's global warming and they're lying about the fact that they could do something about it by blocking people from certain nations nine new germs seven of them spread by ticks of a newly introduced to discover in the us since two thousand four said dr redfield of the cdc and then they go on and they say we're investigating how climate change may impact the spread vectorborne diseases it has nothing whatsoever to do with climate change nothing at all it has everything to do with bringing an immigrants who were infected with these diseases and letting them travel from country to country and state to state infecting other people this is a nation of insane people to put up with this kind of garbage cdc diseases from ticks fleas mosquitoes soaring in the us and then they tied the climate change so if you get an idiot and the media who never took science who thinks that just joking about donald trump is is sufficient is fishing example of intelligence they will not even question such a report but the nation faces a very great risk right now zico west nile what do you think west nile comes from africa and west nile didn't come from connecticut want to see short say connecticut and places like that the bite of an infected mosquito ticker fleet it is only a matter of time in the estimate of i michael savage until we have typhus outbreak in this nation along the lines that we can't control it at all i live in san francisco i am telling you were a second away from typhus outbreak be because the diseases that these homeless people are carrying in their filthy garments are right there.

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