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"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lisa Paul thank you very much The World Health Organization has expressed concerns that rich countries concerned about the emergence of the amaran variant could step up hoarding of COVID-19 vaccines and train global supplies again It said today that could complicate efforts to stamp out the pandemic Meanwhile Pfizer says it's booster appears to offer significant protection against the new Macron variant now detected and at least 21 states Stanford hospital emergency interim director doctor Ryan Ribera says the vaccines are still the best protection against all variants of the virus If you look at the top 5 states for COVID deaths right now they're generally hovering around only a 50% vaccination And certainly when you've got a higher portion of the population vaccinated it's not as fertile ground for the virus to take Doctor Ribeiro says though while many of Macron patients are vaccinated it may be too soon to mandate booster shots President Joe Biden kicked off a two day summit on democracy the summit's focus is on the challenges and opportunities facing democracies around the world in the president's opening Biden talked about the need for democracies to bring out the best in society When people and parties might have opposing views sit down and find ways to work together things begin to work But it's the best way to unleash you and potential and defend human dignity and solve big problems President Biden says democracy can at times be fragile but it also is inherently resilient Tiger Woods and his son will tee up in the golf tournament next week Woods returns the PNC championship and marks the return to the sport just ten months after suffering severe injuries in a car crash Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokerage studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tank Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries on Michael Barr this is Bloomberg Lisa Paul Michael Barr thank you so much we appreciate that as always Lisa how about that jobless claims number I mean best in 52 years because that kind of goes to the issue of are these people gonna go back to work that have left the workforce like Dave Wilson for example who's retired way too early He's the complete responsibility for today's post 1969 low for jobless claims You know there are a lot of questions embedded within that question right In other words how much is the low jobless claims that we're seeing the low number of jobless claims people who've just exited the labor market entirely How much is this a tighter labor market because people are remaining on the sidelines versus awaiting for some change in the backdrop whether with respect to the pandemic Or higher pay I mean that's what we've seen is pay just keeps going up Yeah I'll be interested to see you know we get some jobs numbers over the next several months that obviously the participation rate but also the wage number are we going to see some wage inflation come into this economy Because as you have told me many times you can't really have real long-term inflation without wage inflation We've seen wage inflation It just hasn't kept pace with inflation Consumer prices and how much they're rising It's also where are the wage wages going up the most And it actually has been among the lower earnings individuals which is actually terrific for the economy right So at what point do we start to see this magnify itself in a way that's positive Yeah absolutely And we'll keep an eye on that as we always do But again initial jobs claims today came in at a 184,000 The consensus was 220,000 so a real positive surprise here on the.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get world and national news with Amy Mars Amy All right thank you Paul President Biden has ordered flags flown at half staff in honor of general Colin Powell the former Secretary of State as you know died yesterday He was 84 years old He died from complications caused by COVID-19 South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham The men and women of the State Department never had a better champion than Colin Powell so he will be missed and he's think a role model for any young American out there Now Powell was fully vaccinated for COVID-19 but he also had a form of blood cancer and that compromised his immunity Stanford hospital assistant director of emergency medicine doctor Ryan Ribera If anything this is a reminder that there exists among us those who are immunocompromised or for whom the vaccine is not enough And to protect people like that need to reduce the pool of infections that we can only do that if we get the vaccination rate up Stanford hospital assistant director of emergency medicine doctor Ryan Ribera says he is also waiting to hear more about booster shots from the FDA Now this as the Food and Drug Administration appears poised to allow that mix and match approach to those booster shots the FDA declined to comment and it's not clear when a decision will be announced now today the FDA did propose something but it's completely different It's the creation of a new category of over the counter hearing aids It would be sold directly to millions of Americans you wouldn't need a prescription anymore This proposal aims to facilitate innovation and increase competition for new hearing aid manufacturers while lowering the cost for people who need hearing aids Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Waters off the coast of Southern California are full of ships waiting to unload as part of the supply chain crunch hitting the U.S. as the nation's biggest ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are full It is impacting the items you buy like electronics toys and furniture The port is overwhelmed and full of shipping containers waiting to be picked up by trucks and trains Before COVID on average only 17 ships will be waiting to unload each day Right now it's at a hundred American plastics CEO John gessert says the log jam is making it difficult to fill orders on time You have to go back to retailers and offer them an item that used to retail for 20 or $25 It's now retailing for 30 35 maybe even 40 American plastic CEO John gizzard says some loads have been on the truck for almost a week President Biden has ordered flags flown in half staff in honor of former Secretary of State Colin Powell Powell died yesterday at age 84 due to complications from COVID-19 He was fully vaccinated but also had a form of blood cancer known to affect the immune system Stanford hospitals assistant director of emergency medicine doctor Ryan Ribera If anything this is a reminder that there exists among us those who are immunocompromised or for whom the vaccine is not enough And to protect people like that lead to reduce the pool infections that we can only do that if we get the vaccination rate up Doctor Ribeiro's comments come as the FDA appears poised to allow a mix and match approach to COVID booster shots Former president Donald Trump sued to block the release of documents to the U.S. House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol According to the complaint Trump argues that lawmakers have made an over broad request for presidential records A protest strike has shuttered businesses and schools in Haiti unions and other groups vowed to continue the shutdown today in anger over worsening crime as authorities tried to rescue 17 kidnapped members of a U.S. based missionary group Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios This is global news 24 hours a day.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. The Senate will today vote on a voting rights bill, but it won't pass. In fact, it won't have the 60 votes needed to even begin debate. Republicans are united in opposing it. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce with more on why the votes being taken the White House and Democrats No, this is going To fail today. So really, this is a test vote that will show whether Democrats themselves are united. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia has been the key holdout here. He was actually here at the White House yesterday meeting with the president. He's still holding his cards close, though, so we'll have to see how this plays out. Today. The White House is still trying to work out a compromise bill that would prepare and revamp the nation's infrastructure Republicans against any plan that would raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans or corporations as a way to pay for it. A B C. C. But Pilgrim has the encouraging news when it comes to covid the US crossing positive new covid milestones. More states reporting zero deaths from Covid, Maryland, with zero covid deaths for two days in a row in case numbers are down the lowest daily average since March 2020 about 11,400 cases nearing. Dr Fauci is benchmark. Averaging less than 10,000 new cases a day. They're not so encouraging news. Only 38% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 have been vaccinated. They're the most likely group to spread the highly contagious delta variant in weeks, two months it will become the dominant strain here now. The good news is adult. A variant is still susceptible to our vaccines. So all the more reason to go out and get vaccinated. Stanford Medicine's Dr Ryan Ribera in Toronto, the delta very it has infected even some who have been vaccinated, but the infections are mild, doctors say. Dozens of people lined the streets of historical vodka Colorado last night to honor a police officer who was killed in a shootout with a gunman in a busy shopping district, a veteran officer with the Nevada Police Department Was shot and killed. Deputy police Chief Ed Brady. The gunman and a good Samaritan who tried to stop it were also killed. You're listening to ABC news. We're talking about the delta areas that were showing up in a cinema. And now there's an interesting um they're looking into whether or not this Covid was leaked from a lab in Wuhan, and we've talked about the lab league theory over the past few months. It seems like it's gaining a little bit of steam. They even people who said no, it wasn't are now going well, maybe It was the right So now a British doctor. His name is Peter Dacic. Um, he tried to gag the whole Wuhan Li Lab League theory. Early on. So he wrote a letter to The Lancet medical journal denying any kind of leak claims, calling it a big, you know, conspiracy theory? Well, he has been fired from the U. N commission investigating the lab leak because he has connections to do on that, so there's money that's being funneled through through him for research that he has been sending to Wuhan for Research, right, you know, not non specific, but, um, but, yeah, So it's a significant named Peter days. It has been a significant name in this whole situation. And, um, it's significant this morning that he tried to Gagged the Wuhan lab leak and now has been fired from the U. N commission investigating the level. Certainly it seems like there's a conflict of interest there, right. I mean, I have a financial dealing with this lab, and I'm on the panel. It's investigating the lab. Not a good not a good combination. Not good at all. So it'll be interesting to hear more what the U. N is able to find out because a lot of that evidence is gone right at the Wuhan lab. I mean, and the Chinese government has not exactly been forthcoming. No, they haven't all right. So we'll be watching that throughout this morning, but that's breaking this morning. Coming up in news from your neighborhood we're going to be talking about parking lots turned into affordable housing in one community. So Albert is on deck with that first, let's get outside and check traffic.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on KOMO

"The news You need now coming up. From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. The Senate will today vote on a voting rights bill, but it won't pass. In fact, it won't have the 60 votes needed to even begin debate. Republicans are united in opposing it. ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce with more on why the votes being taken the White House and Democrats No. This is going to fail today. So really, this is a test vote. It will show whether Democrats themselves are united. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, has been the key holdout here. He was actually here at the White House yesterday meeting with the president. He's still holding his cards close, though, so we'll have to see how this plays out today. The White House is still trying to work out a compromise bill that would repair and revamp the nation's infrastructure Republicans against any plan that would raise taxes on the wealthiest Americans or corporations as a way to pay for it. ABC. CVA Pilgrim has the encouraging news when it comes to covid the US crossing positive new covid milestones. More states reporting zero deaths from Covid, Maryland, with zero covid desperate two days in a row, and case numbers are down the lowest daily average since March 2020 about 11,400 cases nearing Dr Fauci's benchmark Averaging less than 10,000 new cases a day. They're not so encouraging news. Only 38% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 have been vaccinated. They're the most likely group to spread the highly contagious Delta vary in weeks, two months it will become the dominant strain here. Now the good news is adult. A variant is still susceptible to our vaccine. So all the more reason to go out and get vaccinated. Stanford Medicine's Dr Ryan Ribera in Toronto, the delta variant is infected even some who have been vaccinated. But the infections are mild, Doctors say. Dozens of people lined the streets of historical Vado, Colorado last night to honor a police officer who was killed in a shootout with a gunman in a busy shopping district veteran officer with the Arvada Police Department. Was shot and killed. Deputy police Chief Ed Brady. The gunman and a good Samaritan who tried to stop it were also killed. You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Students here in Massachusetts will have to go back to class in person. WBC's Carl Stevens has more on that May 17. That's when districts across the Commonwealth or to reopen high schools for in person learning. That word from the commissioner of Elementary and Secondary education. Jeff Riley. The commissioner, talks about the phased in approach. The state's been using elementary schools were reopened first middle schools and in a couple weeks it'll be high schools. Unless the district gets a waiver, and with the elementary school reopening, the number of districts, including Boston were able to push back the start date. But with the high schools they really can't push that start date back too far beyond May, 17th According to the school calendar, For example, the last day for seniors in Boston is supposed to be a couple weeks after that, June 9th Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio when it comes to the vaccine, the CDC now says more than half of American adults have already received their first shot. Data, though, shows vaccine hesitant, seem maybe growing around the country. Details on that from CBS is coming. McCormack There are now seven states administering less than 70% of their first dose is delivered. That includes Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi in West Virginia, and that's an increase of five states over last week that the CDC says a majority of states have administered more than 80% of their doses. And now that those vaccination numbers are slowing down, motivating that last chunk of the population to go up Get their shot on might be a challenge. You know, I think we're reaching much harder stage of vaccination here with those who are very enthusiastic about getting the vaccine, for the most part, have already received it. So we're down to those who often have logistical barriers to getting vaccinated or those who might have some vaccine hesitancy and that it's ABC News Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Ribera with that Like 37. Patriots fans will be allowed back in the stands this season, getting back to Gillette. But when they get there, they will be missing a familiar face one who's been there since the very beginning. Tom Glen from Gloucester loved the New England Patriots. Like one of these kids, you know, watching the team plane that's one of his actual kids, Mona, but just like a proud father, Tom watch the Pats grow up from their very first season in 1960. The dynasty of the last two decades. He been a season ticket holder since 1966, which is family believes is the longest run of all Pats nation. Tom passed away last week, but not before ensuring that Mona will carry on the legacy with his front row tickets. He looked at me go I know during your name now, but they're my seats, right? I go yesterday..

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Get on to the Mass Turnpike. It's actually pretty good out through Newton out into Natick to 90 West, usual delays through downtown Worcester miking WBC's traffic on the three as we check the four day after weather forecasts. We've got some sun poking through right now, And as we move deeper into the evening, of course, the sun will go down and the clouds will start to thicken up. But we should stay dry for a good portion of the evening. Plenty of time to get out and do whatever you Like to do this evening. If you got some plans for outdoor dining, you could do that, too. Maybe shower late tonight. Temperatures about 50 for the low overnight A shower in spots tomorrow morning. Otherwise the mostly cloudy day with temperatures Dear 60 of the coast closer to 70 and some of the inland spots. Chance of showers. Maybe even a thunderstorm. Tomorrow night. Temperatures near 50 clouds cool, occasional rain on Thursday near 60. Into the upper sixties, with some clouds lingering on Friday. Some showers lingering too, But we should have a pretty decent weekend on tap, starting with the parts partly sunny skies on Saturday. It's 64 degrees right now. In Boston. With tens of millions of people fully vaccinated against covert and millions Maura, least partially vaccinated. There are some new concerns about vaccine hesitancy. There are now seven states administering less than 70% of their first dose is delivered that includes Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Louisiana. And a Mississippi in West Virginia, and that's an increase of five states over last week, though the CDC says a majority of states have administered more than 80% of their doses. CBS is Kenny McCormick, with vaccination numbers slowing down A B C's medical contributor. Doctor Ryan Ribera.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Trending this Tuesday morning this morning Abide administration is granting more power to the California regulators to level stricter climate change regulations. It reverses a policy from the Trump administration. Now California and 13 other states can implement their tailpipe emissions rules. This could pave the way for a broader climate deal with automakers in the United States. Also in the news this morning, a major sporting event will be played in San Francisco. More now from Kiev. Becase Niccum, a guy's the U. S. Women's Open is coming to San Francisco's Olympic Club for the first time ever this June. World famous venue has previously hosted five U. S. Open men's championships most recently and 2012. LPGA officials say a limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the four day major tournament that begins June. 3rd. Anyone attending this show proof of a full vaccination up to 14 days prior the event weaken the girl. His news 93.1 KFBK. President Biden will address Congress this week about his economic and infrastructure proposals and how to pay for them. He wants to raise taxes on millionaires and make investments and economist Ray Perryman says that will have an impact investment does come from higher income individuals and companies that are able to score a lot of money into things. If taxes on the money made from investing goes up, he says, there will be less investing and that will have a trickle down effect. Abide administration says the infrastructure plan should be carried on the backs of the wealthiest Americans who can afford it. The international space station will feel crowded for a few days more KFBK, his Royal Neal reports. Four astronauts who launched into space six months ago aboard a space X crew. Dragon capsule were supposed to return to Earth tomorrow, but bad weather will delay that trip. It means a combined crew of 11 astronauts will stay together on the space station for a few more days. Space X capsule dubbed Resilience and its crew of four are now said to undocked from the space station on Friday. Splashed down off the Florida Gulf Coast is expected Saturday. Rory O'Neill News 93.1 Kfbk 11 People party at the space station. It's a little crowded in there, I think That zoo job that could become an issue as we keep launching more for no. You hope. I mean, you would think astronauts don't have claustrophobia because they can't You can't have claustrophobia. If you're like in those tight spaces. No, Alright. E mean, you have to wonder, though. Just physically how you know what? What can the space station handle? Yes, that's true. That's true. All right here. Your national stories from a B C E. Will. ABC News Washington Post poll shows 22% of Americans took a financial hit during the pandemic, 14% saw their finances improve, and the rest of those surveyed said their financial health stayed about the same Those making $50,000 a year or less. Much more likely to have taken a hit than those making six figures. The CDC expected to announce new guidance today on fully vaccinated people wearing masks outdoors, ABC NEWS Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Ribera expected here loosening restrictions and regards to mask wearing outdoors. We've learned a lot about the virus. In the last year. And, you know, recent research really shows a very small proportion. Infections really less than 10% happen OUTDOORS President Biden preparing to sign an executive order to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour for federal contractors, the 2020 census numbers around America's population growth has declined with slowest rate since the Great Depression. Carrie Preston ABC News All right. We're coming up with news from your neighborhood and some local infrastructure improvements. Ah, funny picture on Facebook Who cares of his.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm sure repressed in the U. S. Senate, beginning its role as jury in the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. It'll begin this morning, ABC. Spate. The booby is in Washington Donald Trump's lawyers defending the former president ahead of a second impeachment trial, branding the process Democrats say they're using to hold trump accountable for allegedly inciting the January 6 insurrection Political theater, urging them to drop the trial altogether. We fight like hell. While Democrats insists Trump's words and actions incited the January 6 insurrection, his lawyers plan to argue that his words are protected under the First Amendment Writing Trump quote did not direct Anyone to commit lawless actions and those who did did so of their own accord. Former president has said he will not testify at his trial. House Democrats proposing an additional $1400 in stimulus money boosted unemployment benefits and more tax breaks that a part of their coronavirus stimulus proposal. Coronavirus case is headed down across the country, but new variants keep popping up. ABC NEWS Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Ribera large third wave that we're now finally coming down from was probably driven in large part by these variants. On. Given how much more infectious these strains are, I think probably will have relatively high infection rates and death rates. Unfortunately, until the vaccine takes hold half that the water treatment plant in Tampa, Florida, someone was able to access the Pinellas County, Florida computer network energy infrastructure expert Jonathan Monk. It is the first time that there's been a successful hack that we documented in the United States that specifically targets the water company. Which is uniquely relevant simply because it's the only commodity that you physically consume. When you think about life support infrastructure, and all the resource is brought to your home. It's the only one that you actually put inside of your body and an increase in the sodium hydroxide levels more than 100 times. What's normal plant operator figured out was going on was able to stop it. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"ABC News. I'm sure E Preston the U. S. Senate, beginning its role as jury in the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. It'll begin this morning ABC Space of Blue Bay is in Washington. Donald Trump's lawyers defending the former president ahead of his second impeachment trial, branding the process Democrats say they're using to hold trump accountable for allegedly inciting the January 6 insurrection Political theater, urging them to drop the trial altogether. We fight like hell. While Democrats insist Trump's words and actions incited the January 6 insurrection, his lawyers plan to argue that his words are protected under the First Amendment Writing Trump quote did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions and those who did did so of their own accord. Former president has said he will not testify at his trial. Democrats proposing an additional $1400 in stimulus money boosted unemployment benefits and more tax breaks that a part of their coronavirus stimulus proposal. Coronavirus case is headed down across the country. But new variants keep popping up. ABC NEWS Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Ribera large third wave that we're now finally coming down from was probably driven in large part by these variants. On. Given how much more infectious these strains are, I think probably will have relatively high infection rates and death rates. Unfortunately, until the vaccine takes hold half that the water treatment plant in Tampa, Florida, someone was able to access the Pinellas County, Florida computer network energy infrastructure expert Jonathan Monk. It is the first time that there's been a successful hack that we documented in the United States that specifically targets Water company, which is uniquely relevant simply because it's the only commodity that you physically consume. When you think about life support infrastructure, and all the resource is brought to your home. It's the only one that you actually put inside of your body and an increase in the sodium hydroxide levels more than 100 times. What's normal plant operator figured out was going on was able to stop it. You're listening to ABC News. Maybe you've heard about many share and you know what it is..

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on KGO 810

"And impeachment trial, branding the process Democrats say they're using to hold trump accountable for allegedly inciting the January 6 insurrection Political theater, urging them to drop the trial altogether. We fight like hell. While Democrats insists Trump's words and actions incited the January 6 insurrection, his lawyers plan to argue that his words are protected under the First Amendment Writing Trump quote did not direct anyone to commit lawless actions and those who did did so of their own accord. Former president Has said he will not testify at his trial. Health Democrats proposing an additional $1400 in stimulus money boosted unemployment benefits and more tax breaks that a part of their coronavirus stimulus proposal. Coronavirus case is headed down across the country. But new variants keep popping up. ABC NEWS Medical contributor Doctor Ryan Ribera large third wave that we're now finally coming down from was probably driven in large part by these variants on given how much more infectious these strains are, I think probably will have relatively high infection rates and death rates. Unfortunately, until the vaccine takes hold that the water treatment plant in Tampa, Florida, someone was able to access the Pinellas County, Florida computer network energy. Infrastructure expert Jonathan Monk. It is the first time that there's been a successful hack that we documented in the United States that specifically targets water company, which is uniquely relevant simply because it's the only commodity that you physically consume. When you think about life support infrastructure, and all the resource is brought to your home. It's the only one that you actually put inside of your body and increasing sodium hydroxide levels more than 100 times. What's normal plant operator figured out was going on was able to stop it. You're listening to ABC News. Maybe you've heard about many share.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Of the week. All right? Sounds good. We appreciate it. We'll talk to you coming up in about an hour. Sounds good. All right, coming up. We're hoping to speak with Broward County Superintendent schools Robert Runcie. More and more science seems to point to the fact that kids can go to school with precautions. Without it. Leading the big Coben infections or spreads, especially younger kids. Newly released research from the CDC found a low transmission rate in schools from in person learning and the lower the great level, the lower the number of infection and spread. As a matter of fact, What we've seen is that we've seen similar reports locally, it seems many confirmed covert cases in schools. Have come from infections elsewhere. In other words, kids go out with their families. They go to parties. They do other things like that and get infected. They're not getting infected in the school, and even when they do come to school, in fact that we're not seeing Much infection spread in the school's researchers noted that students and staff in schools, uh, wore masks almost all the time. So safe with Prakarsa, where precautions. Margaret Hohman, the lead author of the report last night, told CNN that even in places with high infection rates, there's no evidence that schools will transmit the virus. At rates that are any higher than those in the general community. So it's really important that communities and schools work together to reduce the level of transmission and a community so it's going to be safest to open schools when we have community transmission lower. We know that we can do good prevention in schools now, but we're gonna have cases whenever there's a high level of transmission in the community. Even if those cases are being acquired in the community, so we need to work together have policies in the community that can reduce transmission. She did say schools can operate safely as long as those precautions are taking Sanford Stanford Medicines Doctor Ryan Ribera points out some specific concerns that were cited in the research, and the data shows that school's likely can open safely. But you've got to do it the right way. There are some important caveats. Endorse sports, certain extracurricular activities probably can't be performed safely. And most importantly, it really only holds if schools are taking substantial precautions. That means masking social distance seen small groups. President Biden, meanwhile, plans on investing big in schools as part of his proposed $1.9 billion covert relief bill. I believe We should make School classrooms. Safe and secure. For the students. Where the teachers And for the the Help that's in those schools, maintaining the facilities. We need new ventilation system in those schools. We need testing for people coming in and out of the class is a survey of school districts across the country found that 17% were fully open for in person instruction. Beginning last fall, 51% used a hybrid model 24% were fully online. Meanwhile, the Biden administration making some very big promises about vaccinations. They actually come through. It would be a huge accomplishment Great for the country. The White House said yesterday it expects to deliver enough vaccines to states by this summer for a two dose regimen for 300 million Americans. The president said yesterday will take a while to get to the other side. This will be one of the most difficult operational challenges we've ever undertaken is the nation. The vaccine program is in worse shape. Then we anticipated or expected. The brutal truth is, it's going to take months before we get the majority of Americans vaccinated months. The next few months. Masks. Not vaccines are the best defense against covert 19 help is on the way. We can't do this if we come together If we listen to the scientists President Biden yesterday announcing his administration has secured commitments to buy another 200 million doses of vaccine to arrive this summer, raising the total to 600 million, thus ensuring the U. S. Will eventually have two shots of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines for nearly every American remember Right now, the vaccines are only approved. One is for 18 and older one is for 16 and older, so that would essentially Vaccinate everybody who wants a vaccine And don't forget as we told you a little bit. Earlier this morning. The CEO of Johnson and Johnson has announced that hopefully early next week. Maybe Sunday or Monday, They will release the data of their face three covert trial on then, soon after that, hopefully, by the end of next week, Ah asked for emergency use authorization. They say they have another 100 million doses of their vaccine. That is available once they do get that approval, so we may have three vaccines in use in arms, as they say by the end of next month. All of that. Is good, positive news. 7 16 on news read. By the way, we're supposed to speak with Broward Superintendent of schools Robert Runcie during the segment. We just got in touch with him, hoping to get him on either at 7 40 or 8 10. I'll let you know momentarily here, 7 17 we check in with Rory O'Neill. He's got a look at what is trending and wi Eddie dot com or Hey, Good morning. Manny. Dogs are man's best friend. But it turns out it's the dog's relationship with women that may have actually defined the relationship between dogs and humans. Now humans are more likely. Regarded dog is a type of person. If the dog has a special relationship with the woman of the household, they're more likely to be included, and family life treated his subjects of affection and generally, people had a greater regard for them. Another connection in the study finds that the human and dog connection is more significant in colder climates. Dogs are not particularly energy efficient and overheat. So dogs and humans don't really need each other when it's hot, but they do when it's cold. This that hunting relationship there too so more on that dog human relationship and how women are involved in the whole thing right there. W y o d dot com Alright, Roy. Thank you very much by the way, Superintendent of Broward schools Robert Runcie will be joining us at 8 10. We're hoping to do him in this past segment just got in touch with them, so we will talk to him coming up about all of that stuff about returning to school safely getting kids in classrooms. And some of the other news the Broward School district has been making over the last few days. I have that conversation coming up in a 10 right now we're two minutes away for me. Next live check on traffic on NewsRadio. 6 10 W y o D. Do you think hard.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Clouds this morning then snow moves in this afternoon high Today 35 could be light snow tonight as well. Otherwise cloudy with love 19. Partly cloudy for tomorrow with a high of 31 decrease. No, maybe an inch or less more across parts of northern Kentucky. It's 33 degrees right now. Teachers staff members, bus drivers are going to roll up their sleeves today in middle Talia vaccinated for covert 19. District says the city Health Department is 500 doses of the Madonna vaccine that will be given to staff members starting to 10. This morning. At the high school Tomorrow, Cincinnati Public schools start vaccinating their employees as well, and a new petition drives under way to try and pressure the school board. Hold students out of class to the teachers get their second shots because unions are absolutely right to advocate very strongly that school's not open less. They have these kinds of measures in place. It really isn't fair to put teachers an unnecessary risk. Just to rush to open schools, so the data shows that school's likely can open safely. But you've got to do it the right way that Stanford medicines Doctor Ryan Ribera 12 year old boys in the hospital after being shot last night in the West, and police say the shooting happened on Linn Street. They have a 14 year old suspect. In custody. Former pastor of a church and sharing vellum is now going to prison for 10 years that for coercing a teenage girl to have sex with him. Cesar Agusto Guerrero was the pastor at Mission. Christiana El Calvario, crimes involved 17 year old girl who was a church member. Police said. That date back to the summer of 2019, reversing more of the policies of the Trump administration. The Department of Justice on Tuesday formally rescinding the zero tolerance policy, according to a directive by the attorney General and obtained by ABC News. The ball is he was responsible for thousands of family separations along the US Mexico border and was the hallmark of the Trump administration's immigration platform. According to then Attorney General Jeff Sessions. It was supposed to be a deterrent for families crossing the border and as delicate Terry ABC NEWS Washington Let's see a little snow, The Tri States afternoon and this evening of forecasters next seven w W News time 5 34 Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs benefits that may be available to veterans. Via is focused on customer service, like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all time high claimed the benefits you've.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC News. I'm Shiri Preston Democrats inching closer to securing control of the U. S Senate. They won one of the Georgia run off elections and the other is too close to call. But the votes appear to be in their favor. First up the Reverend Raphael Warnock is the projected winner over Republican and coming Kelly Leffler war Noch telling Good Morning America minutes ago, the pandemic should be the country's number one priority. We need a national strategy that takes this virus seriously. Gets the vaccine distributed safely and efficiently. We gotta reopen our economy, get our kids safely back to school, and we've got to make sure that people know that they will have their health care, particularly in the middle of a pandemic. Democrat Jon Ossoff's leads the other Republican incumbent, David Perdue, in the second Georgia Senate race, Here's ABC News chief National affairs correspondent Tom Hamas if Democrats were able to win that other Senate race Would be tied 50 50. So who's the tiebreaker? Vice President elect Kamila Harris. She's a Democrat. Of course, that would mean the Democrats have the majority in the Senate Protesters gathered in Washington, D. C. Head of today's Joint Session of Congress, in which the House and Senate will certify Joe Biden's election win in the Electoral College President. Trump today delivers remarks before supporters at a rally just blocks from the White House around 30,000 people are expected at the event, including members of right wing extremist groups like the proud Boys. President on Twitter last month predicted the rally would be quote wild. The pro Trump rally is taking place on the same day that Congress means to ratify the electoral College results and Joe Biden's victory. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington 20 Million people were supposed to have received the first covert vaccine by now. Instead, only about five million have the White House coronavirus task force recommending two states not to delay the immunization of people over age. 65 didn't really agree more. I think something that they said was that Scene shouldn't be in freezers. They should be in arms. Stanford Medical Emergency Room physician Dr Ryan Ribera, You're listening to ABC News. I'm now is coming up on 5 10. So it's time to get outside and check.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on KOMO

"To securing control of the U. S Senate. They won one of the Georgia run off elections and the other is too close to call. But the votes appear to be in their favor. First up the Reverend Raphael Warnock is the projected winner over Republican and coming Kelly Leffler war Noch telling Good Morning America minutes ago, the pandemic should be the country's number one priority. We need a national strategy that takes this virus seriously. Gets the vaccine distributed safely and efficiently. We gotta reopen our economy, get our kids safely back to school, and we've got to make sure that people know that they will have their health care, particularly in the middle of a pandemic. Democrat Jon Ossoff's leads the other Republican incumbent, David Perdue, in the second Georgia Senate race, Here's ABC News chief National affairs correspondent Tom Hamas if Democrats were able to win that other Senate race It would be tied 50 50. So who's the tiebreaker? Vice President elect Kamila Harris. She's a Democrat. Of course, that would mean the Democrats have the majority in the Senate Protesters gathered in Washington, D. C. Head of today's Joint Session of Congress, in which the House and Senate will certify Joe Biden's election win in the Electoral College President. Trump today delivers remarks before supporters at a rally just blocks from the White House around 30,000 people are expected at the event, including members of right wing extremist groups like the proud Boys. President on Twitter last month predicted the rally would be quote wild. The pro Trump rally is taking place on the same day that Congress means to ratify the electoral College results and Joe Biden's victory. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington 20 Million people were supposed to have received the first covert vaccine by now. Instead, only about five million have the White House coronavirus task force. Recommending two states not to delay the immunization of people over age. 65 just didn't really agree more. I think something that they said was that vaccine shouldn't be in freezers. They should be in arms. Stanford Medical Emergency Room physician Dr Ryan Ribera, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected.

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"ryan ribera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ryan ribera" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In the state of Georgia Democrats a step closer to seizing control of the Senate is the Reverend Raphael Warnock is projected to beat incumbent Republican Kelly Leffler, who's refusing to concede this is a game of inches. We're gonna win this election. We're gonna save this country. That's right. In the other race, Democrat John US off and Republican incumbent David Perdue still quote too close to call. But our stuff appears to be about 16,000 votes ahead. ABC News Political director Reclined Policy is not to make a projection in the race that's gonna land within 1% point on, certainly not within that half percentage point that we've been talking about as grounds for potential recount, so we're looking at the numbers are team is Very much dialed into the vote. That's outstanding. We're seeing the same things that everyone else is, and I think the analysis that it looks very good for both Democratic candidates. That's not a secret here, but the process has to play itself out Later today, the electoral college vote count will be officially recorded and a joint session of Congress ensuring Joe Biden becomes the next president. Despite some Republicans promising to object, ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Well, you've had Trump Diehard loyalists come out and say they're going to take this stand. Some of the most formidable voices in the Republican Party have said not only that they oppose that, but that it is dangerous. It is unconstitutional and it is a grave mistake. I'm supporters gathering in Washington today. D. C. Police expecting demonstrations. Hospitals in the state of California overflowing with covert patients. Er doctor Ryan Ribera is in the Bay Area just come out of the holidays, and during that period of time, there were a lot of people gathering together. And so what we saw on the ground was a lot of Entire families. Unfortunately, being infected from babies to grand parents and very often it was a grand parents who fared the worst California reporting 368 new coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, most of them in the southern part of the state. Listening to ABC News. They're pounding on the door. They're calling on the phone. It's.

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