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"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And ended up in the shoulder on a ditch. Your next traffic update is at 8 28 on the traffic leader case CVS. 60 forecasts now calling for some more rain, shower activity, thunderstorms for tonight with what was in the 40s. Rain for tomorrow highs in the 40s to the upper 50s with a more breezy conditions continuing. We could see some winds, 30 to 45 mph on Tuesday with Gus to 45 to 50 mph. So there will be a high wind warning that goes into effect tomorrow night at 11 and a flood watch as well for tomorrow night. For Tuesday, we'll see it very windy with rain and highs in the 50s, look for chance of rain on Wednesday with high staying in the 50s as well. We'll get into the low 60s on Thursday under partly sunny skies, Friday through Saturday should be cloudy with another chance of rain and highs in the 40s to the upper 50s rain likely next Sunday with highs in the upper 40s to the upper 50s. We have 54° of sour in Santa Rosa along with San Rafael. It is 56 at the Napa airport in Concord and Oakland and Redwood City and Livermore. It's 58 in San Jose, 50 7 in Hayward and in downtown San Francisco 55°. Traffic and weather together on the 8s on all news, one O 6 9 and a.m. 7 40 CBS. News time 8 20 has our news watch continues. At a conquer you wish you could trade in for a new electric vehicle. Jim Taylor reports, if you live in the San Joaquin valley, you may be eligible for a program that will let you do just that. First, we are talking about a region that does have some of the worst air pollution and poverty in the
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Snow. A second storm system is expected to arrive Monday into Tuesday, with more snow in the Sierra foothills and light rain in the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys. And federal health officials are warning parents of newborn babies to sterilize equipment used for both bottle and breastfeeding. The CDC reported on Thursday that testing revealed that a baby boy who died last year was infected with bacteria isolated from a breast pump used at home, a CDC expert in pediatric infectious diseases said, it's critical to thoroughly wash, sanitize, and dry hands, equipment, and all surfaces before feeding a baby. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the testing was over a one year long period, and that's the very latest, I'm Jim Forbes. And now this Bloomberg is sports update on frozen pond great game out west as it should be, it went to a shootout golden knights took down the New Jersey Devils by a four to three final miles wood at jesper bratt had goals in a losing effort. Devils, they entered play with 40 wins on the year to 36 from Las Vegas, best record on the road though in the whole league for New Jersey, their 22 and 5. Meanwhile, the islanders, they were off, they host Detroit on Saturday, and then your game of the day, the ranger skate at Boston, Boston is 48 and 8. Meanwhile, in the NBA, how about the Knicks second hottest team in the NBA will take that they've won 8 in a row they escape in Miami one 22 one 20 against the heat thanks to Julius Randle did it again 43 points, including an off balance game winning three point shot. He was one of four nicks to reach double figures. He had 8 triples altogether and he was three for four from the line. Jaylen Brown said a solid game added 25 and Emmanuel quickly had 21 off the bench. New York currently the 5th seed, they're a game and a half behind the Cavaliers. Meanwhile, the nets fans, they went into Boston. They won against the Celtics best record in the league. One 15 one O 5 Mikhail bridges, 38 points. That's his best game since coming over in the trade from Phoenix, 6 nets they reached double figures and X four plus 7 in the turnover margin and this one, they're the 6th seed, the top 6 avoid play in games. College basketball on tap Saturday, Columbia is at Cornell seaton halls at Providence and St. John's is visiting number 6 marquette. Spring training first full week in the books from the grapefruit league, Yankees, they fell 5 to three to the tigers are 5 and three on the season, Aaron judge had a pair of base hits. Matt's almost doubled up 11 to 6 at home by the nationals also out hit 11 to 6th and that's hung in 8 spots in the third inning that's they are three and 5 on the season and on the pitch Saturday the Red Bulls and New York FC both play. With your Bloomberg sports update, I'm rob buska. This is a Bloomberg money minute, inflation continues to affect how we spend what we eat and where we choose to get those meals, consumers now picking up quick service food instead of casual dining, Bloomberg intelligence senior restaurant analyst Michael Halen. Quick service is going to outperform full service because of cheaper price point. It's a lot cheaper to go to McDonald's and buy a burger fries and a soft drink than it is to go to a full
Eric Asks Author Victor Davis Hanson, 'Do You Have Hope?'
"I'm talking to victor davis hanson. Also known as the age the dying citizen is the book victor. Since you've permitted victor. I i've been talking in this last year the plague year about hope and about the idea that i believe that The good part of what. We've been enduring Is that many people formerly asleep or waking up. I have been a excited to see a lot of that. People who Realized when things get this bad maybe they should pay attention. Maybe they should change their opinions on things. So i have hope Do you do you have hope. Where do you see things from here. I do have hope. And i. I have a long epilogue because the book was written before two thousand twenty one but i have an epilogue and one of the things that i'm very hopeful about. Is that the traditional. Republican party is starting to metamorphasized. In other words. There were a lot of americans believe in many of its principles but for variety of rational and irrational reasons. They didn't want to be part of the party of mitt romney. For example a decent man nice guy but in their mind representation of a very elite person. That was not concerned when he gave that. Talk for example. Why can't do anything with a forty seven percent all takers and wrote off that part of it. So what i mean in particular is when you see the border crisis and then you see that mexican american communities along the borders are electing conservative representatives. Because they say that's not what we want destroying our communities or where i live in the san joaquin valley california people who are mexican american are saying. I'm not going to be taken for granted anymore. And maybe i'm going to. I'm going to vote for a republican. Because they're not the party of the golf course only
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Heart radio app Tyler Whitman, killing it with the various work related songs for Labor Day. This is the bill handles show. We will have bill at nine o'clock. See what's on his mind about the news of the day, but first, a little handle on the news late Edition. Jennifer Jones, Lee and me the lead story. Is that the $300 weekly jobless benefits and today for millions 8.9 million to be somewhat precise that ends today. That's 8.9 million will lose all unemployment benefits. The federal eviction moratorium is expired. So we're going to see kind of a massive economic ripple now. With these two things happening. I'm so interested to see how this will, in fact how this will impact Unemployment. Are we going to all of a sudden see? Fewer of those help Wanted signs in the window is $1200 in a in a weekly? I mean, if you think about it 300 bucks a week, $1200 a month that can really do a lot. For somebody and then say it's more than one person in the household. Who's getting that? So you're you're a couple and so you were getting an extra $2400 a month. Based on this, so that being said, though, all of a sudden you've now lost $2400 a month is that is that going to be a motivating factor for you to go out? And maybe you're somebody who said I'm getting more money at home that I would if I went and had a job? Are you now going to be forced into a situation that puts you getting a job? There was some research that said that the the idea that it's the the enhanced unemployment benefits that are Motivating people to stay home that that's not really true that that's a very small part of why people are not Rejoining the workforce, You know is that research good or not? I don't know. But there, that's kind of a narrative that's going around now. Here's the thing if 8.9 million people are losing all their unemployment benefits. But there's still about 10 million jobs open. I understand They don't all live exactly in the right place with the jobs where there's complete identity between here's a person losing unemployment, and there's a job near them that they Can do and want to do, but There are a lot of jobs right now, so I'd certainly some of these people will go get jobs and you're right then the labor shortages that some of these industries have seen, hopefully will abate. Little bit, and a lot of those are in hospitality, which I think It's easier to go into a hospitality job and get the training and do it. Let's say, being a server at a restaurant and getting a job as a nuclear technician. At a lab. So maybe this is a win win. In other words, some of these people have lost their benefits won't have any trouble finding a job and also these businesses that have been begging for people to come to work. We'll find some people and I wonder, too. If people who have felt that they have been aged out like you said they're not going to go for these big, you know, nuclear scientist jobs, so they're not going to go into the tech industry. Maybe before, hadn't thought about going into the service sector or hospitality or something. Like that. And now maybe they're going to just, you know, think to themselves. Hey, I've got more people my age looking at jobs like that, or more people who were on unemployment just like me who lost their job Because of the pandemic. It won't be as odd for some of us who are older to go into the hospitality industry is maybe it was Two years ago. I think that's right. We'll have to wait and see whether it's an earthquake in the economy in a bad way, this happening or whether it's just an adjustment. And there's not too much turmoil which is what I'm hoping for. Obviously. Alright, the Taliban says it has taken control of pen. Sheer province, which is north of Kabul. And this apparently was the last holdout of anti Taliban forces. There have been different reports this morning. No, they didn't get it. Yes, they did get it. But for the most part, the credible sources that I'm seeing all say that it was overnight. That you had the Taliban just rushed through and take control of this last remaining holdout, and now the entire country is run by the Taliban. I don't know how much difference it made that you had one province that technically they didn't control in the grand scheme of things, and also now there's some chartered planes that were supposed to get a lot of people out that can't get out. Yeah. According to, um it was called Ascend Athletics, which is a girls group that does mountaineering and hiking things like that teaches leadership through those methods. They, the CEO of the company says that they have girls there in the country that have not been allowed to get out that the Taliban is stopping Americans on chartered planes from getting out. Well, now, what do you do about that? I mean, I know what I do about that, but I'm not in charge of anything. We're still arguing about money for this bullet train. Apparently so good Lord. There's another $4.2 billion in bullet train funding, and it's the subject of a dispute because it's the governor arguing with some of the people in the Legislature because if I understand what's going on, some of the people in the Legislature now are saying, you know, we should take some of this money. And divert it to the Southern California segments and the Bay Area segments of this bullet train instead of just the one in the San Joaquin Valley, Even though I'm pretty sure that's what the bond money was earmarked for, so they want to use it for an unapproved. Purpose and also, we can't even they can't even build the one segment. Right. They can't build the one segment..
California hospitals running out of ICU beds: health officials
"Hospitals. In california's central valley are running out of beds in their intensive care units because of a large increase in covert patients. State officials said on friday that hospitals in the twelve county san joaquin valley region have had fewer than ten percent of staffed adult. Icu beds available for the past. Three
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Them that. He was quote only hunter and that dire necessity driven me here. He can't commit some of that so he's put under house arrest in for some reason they put them in the house restaurant san diego give me that they are moving around the state you know. It's amazing and he's and he and his it was easier to get around the state then really crazy okay. He's under arrest and take him. I guess to san diego and they took what they called a light rail. It's really nice there. The weather is a really just sorta seventy five all the time. It's perfect beautiful view. Yeah have you seen simon and simon. Yes yeah it's like that it's a so if you wanna be detective. It's a good place to be great and that's a yes so there for six weeks under under lock and key sure. And then there's there's three american merchant ships that are anchored in the bay and they and they vouch for him for some reason. I don't know what happened there. But they're like now he's a good guy without knowing they must have gone and talked to him or something are found out about him so share so jetted. I and his men are then release because of the word these guys gets crazy on the condition that they leave california okay and they have to leave the same way. They came what that's bullshit that's like that's like where you're just being like addictive and You must go back through how to get home. So jared i agree because what else you wasn't going to say but he's also like there's no way i'm going through the fucking maha being absolutely not or really even leave california right and it's pretty big so he he wants to try instead an unexplored route because that's his whole jim right all about that. So he heads north and he goes across the me mounds and he goes into the san joaquin valley which is rivers and very nice and they north and they're fishing and trapping and monterey and the san francisco bay so they're kind of going over a little california event. Yeah they're doing a little thing and then they get to the american river which is near sacramento k. Their their horses now are packing over. Fifteen hundred pounds beaver pelts. So they're scoring i. It's amazing that the that the spanish in charge didn't know what beavers were didn't quite understand were telling is never beavers. Yeah and and they rest and then in may nineteen twenty. Seven horses was exhau- they go east over the mountains. Okay and five. Horses die in the snow because it's snowing heavily..
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on No Agenda
"Who may be handed in cop shields and dragged into some tunnel shielding is very fishy very odd and now and so this is clearly someone who just sounds a little sad really you know with that kind of that kind of stuff at home and it just. I don't know this. This does not sound right to me. This doesn't sound like a domestic violence l. but like nothing keeping in jail. That's the idea that is the idea. I find that troubling. I guess about a couple of global warming clips can wake me up in the middle of the night for that john. Here's the setup is offering. Pbs newshour and goes from the setup which is all these hot. You know these heatwave. That are around here. I guess there's one around here somewhere. Not here is the heat waves. And then we go into the september here. A lot of dog whistles. The way i see it global warming setup one and william we know sorry somehow that was to my mistake on us. Oh oh there it is. I see extreme. Heat and drought are baking. The western united states and canada again. This following hundreds of heat related deaths in the pacific northwest last week. Record-breaking temperatures are expected to to california this coming weekend including in the san joaquin valley. Which is where. William bringham is currently reporting and he joins me now from the city of sailya. Where william you were telling us. It's something like one hundred and nine degrees. Another heat wave coming. Tell us what it's like and our officials they're prepared judy. The technical term is unbelievably hot out. The national weather service issued a warning that starting today through the weekend there is an extreme heat alert. And they're basically advising people that you don't have to be outside don't if you do stay in the shade. Be inside if you can drink plenty of water. I mean the concern as with all of these heatwaves is the illness and the death and as you mentioned i think people don't have a real appreciation of how much heat waves caused death. All over the world is with the leading weather related killer when it comes to climate or events the pacific northwest. I need to hear that again. What he's just heat waves caused death all over. The world is with the leading weather related killer when it comes to climate or events. What do you think i mean. What are the other climate related. Or whether related nato or nato orleans avalanches flood sludge avalanches. Keynes's nas not a climate. Remind notes weather he said weather. That's the thing..
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joaquin Valley. Air quality is a huge problem, so the Valley Air District is trying to get the oldest polluting its vehicles off the road. Jerome Mayfield used to drive one of those 89 Chevy Chevelle, rather truck old truck. It was raggedy. It was a gas hog. It often needed a jump and no, it did not pass California smog tests. But after 25 years it's still ran. Mayfield's wife heard about the program, writing big checks to get low income drivers to Chuck Old clunkers like that truck, So he gave it a look. He says his truck was actually smoking a little when he drove up to find out more then surely that they would give me $9500. For your down payment of an electric car. And I said What Mayfield hadn't ever thought about electric cars, let alone thought he could afford one. But a subsidy like that made a used Nissan leaf. Not just affordable but irresistible. I got in there was driving so good. I was fascinated by the gas station. Lena's put the oil in and allies used drugs probably charge like a cell phone. I was so happy. Getting Mayfield out of his raggedy old truck was a big upgrade to his life. Having a reliable vehicle is huge, and his part of the local pollution problem went from significant to built five years later that Leaf is still zipping. That thing is suggest the pilot program in the San Joaquin Valley was so successful that it was expanded. And lengthy economist says focusing on the cars that pollute the most could make a national program more effective. It fighting climate change, too. Yes, he says. The original cash for clunkers was not an efficient use of money, but instead of giving up on it, maybe we can learn from it. Melodrama. Noski NPR news.
Biden Administration Wants Electric Vehicles To Replace Gas Guzzlers
"President biden's administration has ideas to get gas powered cars off the road. The government could pay people scrambled vehicles. This happened during the great recession. And a program called cash for clunkers. npr's camilla domino reports. President biden has embraced senator. Chuck schumer's idea to pay people to turn in gas cars and by electric ones like cash for clunkers battery powered edition and when josh lynn. I heard about it. He was surprised. I thought all the research including my own had sort of killed the comeback. He's a professor at the university of maryland. And he's one of many economists who found out that the original cash for clunkers just wasn't that effective it was supposed to be an economic boost for auto companies and in eco friendly initiative to get rid of old cars with gas mileage. Every check sent a clunker the crusher and a customer dealership floors. At least theoretically in fact it did cut emissions a little but despite spending billions of dollars in overall didn't affect total new vehicle sales all that much many people who participated in the program probably would have bought a new vehicle anyway so not much bang for the tax payers buck and that's the big concern about trying this tactic again that it just won't do very much in which case why spend hundreds of billions of dollars on it unique. Consider if the money can be used for something else sebestyen custody. Janos is the lead researcher at the new urban mobility alliance. He says why not send that cash to public transit or bikes on the other hand. Maybe a cash for clunkers approach could be improved by giving it a laser focus on getting rid of the cars that pollute the most in california's san joaquin valley. Air quality is a huge problem so the valley air district is trying to get the oldest polluting vehicles off the road. Drome mayfield use to drive one of those eighty nine chevy truck old truck. It was raggedy hog. It often needed a jump and no it did not pass california's smog. Tests but after twenty five years it's still ran mayfield's feels heard about the program writing big checks to get low income drivers to chuckled clunkers. Like that truck. So he gave it a look. He says his truck was actually smoking. A little when he drove up to find out more there that they will give me nine thousand five hundred dollars toward the down payment electric car. And i said why mayfield hadn't ever thought about electric cars. Let alone thought he could afford one. But a subsidy like that meet a used nissan leaf not just affordable but irresistible are got and they were driving so good passing a barbeque gas as you. I didn't have to put the oil in and used charge back a cellphone. So happy getting mayfield. Out of his raggedy old truck was a big upgrade to his life. Having a reliable vehicle is huge and his part of the local pollution. Problem went from significant zilch five years later. That leaf is still zipping. That thing is a jet. The pilot program in the san joaquin valley was so successful that it was expanded and lynn economist says focusing on the cars that pollute the most could make a national program more effective at fighting climate. Change to yes he says. The original cash for clunkers was not an efficient use of money but instead of giving up on it maybe we can learn from it. Camilo domino npr news.
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Friday. It's 53 orange 53 Manhattan Beach, 53 in Serie Toes of 46 in Canyon country We lead local live from the Ko Phi 24 hour news room. I'm Amy King. Bob, What do you want to Gary and chanting camp? I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio Abhay. Gavin Newsom is having some sort of press conference right now. Shall we see what? Let's dip into the hair. You recall again. Those five regions northern to Southern California, Keep Valley, the Bay Area and the greater Sacramento regions, the regional state home order. When in effect after a region fell below 15% ICU capacity in order to come out of the state home order as greater Sacramento region did. Just recently, we project forward Over a four week period and we determined I see you capacity either meets or exceeds 15%. And I want to talk more and Dr galleys here as well to talk more about our projections. And our confidence level as it relates to the decision that we are announcing here today. Here is the projection of capacity on February 24th 4th 1st. This is four weeks from today We look again at capacity, looking through the lens of a number of variables clearly estimated ICU capacity. That's foundational 15%. Being that baseline, but we also look at community transmission rates. Remember, I see you as a lagging indicators. What's happening with positivity rates case rates community spread really is the forecast that gives us confidence on where we will land in a number of weeks. We look a case rates more broadly defined on a regional basis. And clearly we look at the proportion that percentage doctor galleys talked a lot about this percentage of cases, individuals that are hospitalized that end up in the icy use. You could take a look here at the region's These being. The five regions in the state are projection statewide. Is in the aggregate being a 30.3% on the 21st of February there again, variables that are constantly changing. But these are the projections you can see in Southern California it would exceed even that state rate San Joaquin Valley little bit below Bay area. Funny bit below Greater Sacramento, Northern California. So the girl Of this announcement is to socialize our projections as well as illuminate and further advance on understanding a deeper understanding of what today means and what it doesn't mean. And it's in that respect that I wanted. My folks would not have. The words were seen a flattening of the curve. Everything it should be up is up. Everything that should be down is down. Case rates. Positivity RATES, hospitalizations, ICUs testing started to go back up as well as vaccination. Rates in this state, but we're not out of the woods are mind people. That blueprint was established with purple, red, orange and yellow tears. We simplified that blueprint a number of months ago, many of you get recall that we print on the basis, the most restrictive tear being the prep a tear and the least restrictive tear. Being the L A tear. He's a current tier status of by the way tomorrow. This status will be updated when Dr Galley gives his Tuesday presentation, But you can see the curd status.
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Stories that are trending on his Monday morning to new developments this morning involving Governor Newsome. New numbers show The effort to recall him is gaining momento. Um, Also this morning reports are surfacing. He may lift all stay at home orders across the state today, can't because Mark Mayfield explains. This is, according to the California Restaurant Association, which reported officials from the governor's office. Relayed that news to union representatives on Sunday night. Southern California The Bay Area and the San Joaquin Valley are currently under these state home orders that were triggered after their intensive care unit capacities fell below 15% several weeks ago. The orders have forced the mandatory closure of all in person restaurant dining in the affected regions. The California Restaurant Association says A formal announcement will take place sometime today. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 KFBK. Now more to the effort to recall governor Newsome organizer's have gathered 1.2 million signatures in the recall campaign. They need another 300,000 signatures by the middle of March to qualify for the ballot. They now say they expect to gather more than two million signatures. Secretary of state has reported that 84% of the signatures collected so far are valid. Plaster County Man has died just hours after getting the covert 19 vaccine kfbk sneaky Mathias reports. The plus or County Sheriff's Office announced that the man died Thursday. Authorities report that an Auburn woman claims she witnessed the 56 year old man get the shot at a senior living facility. U C L. A infectious disease expert, Dr Jeffrey Klausner says there have not yet been any deaths associated with a cove in 19 vaccine. The county coroner's office will be conducting an autopsy today. Nick, a mogul, his News in any 3.1 calf became Old City Council has said, not know to putting a sexually violent predator and one of their neighborhoods. Joshua Brian Cooley has an extensive criminal record that includes sexual battery, kidnapping and sexual assault of a minor. Julie could still be placed in a neighborhood just outside gold. Ah public meeting is scheduled for this week, House impeachment managers will deliver the single article of a Peach Mint to the Senate this evening, K P. K's Mike Power reports presentation by the parties will commence the week of February. The eighth Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the House impeachment managers will deliver the single article of impeachment to the Senate tonight around 7 P.m.. Then tomorrow, senators will be sworn in his members of the impeachment court. Then the president has one week until February, 2nd. To answer the article of impeachment. By the following Monday, February 8, the president must submit his pretrial briefs, and the House must admit its response to the president's answer filed the previous week. On February 9th. The House must submit its pretrial rebuttal brief. At that point, the trial can officially begin Mike Power News, 93.1 KFBK Hobby or Viscera, who has been serving as California's attorney general and is the current nominee by President Biden to become the next secretary of health and human services. Get a rough time answering a very straightforward question during his appearance on CNN's state of the union, it is our featured audio clip this hour in our Monday morning wrap of the Sunday morning talk show them by the administration is saying the federal government is going to have a much heavier hand. So given that what is the timeline? What is the goal for people to get fully vaccinated? Anybody who wants it? Have one. It's a partnership and it won't be a heavy hand because we have to work with our states and local partners. Can you give a timeline? Well, I first had the beast sworn in to give you a time line. But what I could tell you is this president has made it very clear to us. We give people straight shot information. We don't We don't try to hide the ball. And once we have that information, I guarantee you we will share it. Can you give me a general timeline? Is your gold this summer? Let's put it this way the president before he had an opportunity to be in the Oval Office, when what for one day had already committed 100 million vaccine shots in 100 days. And that's based on the information they were able to gather. Once we're in in the in the house, taking care of business will be able to give more precision, but you've got to give us a chance to figure out what's going on in the cockpit. That's causing this plane to nose dive so severely That did not go well. I don't know about nose dive. No, it's not a nose dive. It's not a nosedive. We talked about this last week. They're giving out more than 900,000 shots a day under the Trump administration. The goal for the Biden administration is a million a day. They're 90 plus percent. They're like 94% there, But the narrative last week was that Trump administration left them no plan. They walked in, basically, and they had nothing she and he's on CNN State of the Union on Dis is a network has been known to be rather friendly to Democrats. On. She just asked him a straightforward question. When do you want your goal for getting Americans vaccinated? And he's going to be or if he's approved by by the way, we should say that he's confirmation has not come through yet the director of the secretary of health and human services in the top guy at the Newmans and he's and she's just saying, What's your goal? Vaccinate all Americans, but when he couldn't even name a season, not just a day or a month a season, and the question is fairly straightforward because the bite administration's already said what they want to do. I think 100 million and 100 days, so you know, and he got off to a really rocky start in his first confirmation hearing. And there are some Republican senators, by the way, Christina, who are saying they have some serious reservations became because he has no medical or public health background. Now they'd like a doctor or someone that has worked in health care at some at some level have year, But Sarah has been an attorney, his entire life. That's what he does. He's a lawyer. And he's a lawyer in the state of California who sued the Trump administration. I think 100 times. Yes s Oh, he's gonna be in for a battle there. There's just no question from from two aspects Number one. He has no health background number two. He's one of the most litigious attorneys general in the United States of America against the Trump Administration. Right which, you know, some say that's you know, he's being rewarded because he was that way. So you know, and that remains to be seen. But he is one of the nominees that's probably gonna have a tougher time than others. Others have sailed right through. Yeah, well, I mean, like, you know, Janet Yellen's gonna go right through. All right. All right, let's get you caught up in your top national stories from.
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Very latest news 93.1 KFBK President Biden this afternoon unveiling his cover 19 strategy to the nation. We get more from Matt Piper State Health Secretary's have asked the Biden administration for earlier and more reliable predictions on covert 19 vaccine deliveries. President Biden today signed 10 executive orders to get them out quickly. Our national strategies comprehensive It's based on science, not politics. It's based on truth, not denial and his detail. Dr. Anthony Fauci is back in the White House briefing room for the first time in months. I believe by the time we get to the fall We will be approaching a degree of normality is not gonna be perfectly normal, but one that I think will take a lot of pressure off the American public Democrat per Mil. A giant pile of Washington state on CBS Audio is that take out with Major Garrett talking impeachment hope that impeachment articles air delivered quickly that the trial takes place quickly. And that we convict the Senate convicts Donald Trump quickly of incitement of insurrection. CBS News brief on that Piper and now your top local story. California seniors are waiting to get their covered vaccine, but new information from the state indicates they might be waiting for awhile. Kate Becase Taylor Martin tells us Just how long our seniors maybe in the weight. It could take months to vaccinate All Californians ages 65 years and older. State epidemiologist Dr Erica Pan says it could take 20 to 22 weeks or until June for California to vaccinate it's senior population. The Golden State has more than six million residents 65 older and to vaccinate 70% of them, the state would need more than 8.7 million doses. Pan says. California is only getting 400 to 500,000 doses of the I've seen each week from the federal government. Taylor Martin News 93.1 kfbk, and we get more news. Now with Kate decays Joe Michael's Kitty Statistics show. California has a long way to go to win the battle against the novel Coronavirus. Kfbk is My Glory has a look at today's new numbers. California has shipped more than 4.2 million vaccine doses to local providers, but so far just 1.6 million vaccine shots are roughly 38% have actually been delivered into people's arms. State health of our bid is reporting that many of those unused vaccines are for a second dose. Koba deaths in California top 35,000 on Thursday. I see you. Capacity is still below 15% in the Bay Area, Southern California and San Joaquin Valley, but counties in the Greater Sacramento and far northern portions of the state Are faring better. Michael Urie NEWS 93.1 KFBK California is also reporting a dip in covert 19 hospitalizations. KFBK is Angelica Rubio high as those details. This is the first time the number of total hospitalizations went below 20,000 since December. 27th as they'd also reported its second highest number of coronavirus deaths Wednesday with 694 new deaths, which trails behind the record, 708 reported on January. 8th. California officials are hoping that President Joe Biden administration will help the state obtain covert 19 vaccines more quickly and efficiently to curb the spike in cases and help is overwhelmed Healthcare system Angelico be Oh ha Use idea. 3.1 kfbk Roseville continues to rank high on the list of best places to live in the country. Kfbk is Brody Fernandez has the story. Study from Smart Asset has Rose Villas, the 14th best city in the country for homeownership among millennials when it comes to the best city to be able to work from home Money magazine says Roseville is Number five in the nation. Roseville Mayor Crystal Bernasconi says This is a result of exceptional city management. Going back years, Our city has been Well run and well managed decades before I began to serve Rose bills. Median home prices currently at 461,000 as the state's median home price remains north of 700,000. Rudy Fernandez News 93.1 KFBK PG and e technicians continue working to restore power to some 23,000 customers Still in the dark after the recent windstorm kfbk is John Byrne eyes, he tells us, these outages were not preplanned. Unlike a public safety power shut off. The current outages were not implemented intentionally as a precaution, they happen due to actual damage. As of this morning, 11,500 customers in the Sierra foothills and just over 10,000 more in the Santa Cruz Mountains are still waiting for power to come back. PG and E is cautioning that due to the significant extent of the wind damage, plus access issues, some customers may not see their power return until Friday or later. At the height of the outage, more than 371,000 customers across Central and Northern California lost power. John Burnett is e news. 93.1 kfbk. It's 406 on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Thank you, Joe Michaels, and today is national hugging day. But of course we're dealing with that thing. You know the corona virus pandemic so I'm not sure who were who wrote this up or who's offering these alternatives to help you feel good and safe, But I will share you with. I will share these with you The way they're written. You can brew yourself a cup of your favorite coffee or tea or settle down into a nice, warm bath. If you want to feel like you're being hugged and cuddled at the same time, you could curl up in front of those weighted blankets. Don't know what that is weighted like it. You could have your pet. I do that every day. And I love this one. Instead of feeling guilty if you still haven't taken your holiday decorations down Wrap yourself in the holiday spirit. I hope that helped you. It's 407. Now a kfbk coming up. We'll talk about our poll question today, which is about the homeless situation. Sacramento coming up with something called safe ground. Just kind of getting your thoughts on that. And if you want to, Ah, on your smartphone hit, pound 2 50 say open. Mike. Do you think you have some ideas on helping to solve the homeless crisis? Please let us know. Right now. This hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk.
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"Raider has the latest Health officials are saying that 500,000 more vaccines are needed by the end of today, in order to reach the goal in that time frame. A spokesperson from the governor's office says that the deadline was set to get the vaccine process sped up and that any progress is good. California's rollout plan has been heavily criticized for being confusing and slow among one of the most chaotic rollouts in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Jensen Raider News 93.1 KFBK Well, they've got the shots and they're paying people to get them. A hospital in the San Joaquin Valley is offering money to employees who will get vaccinated. Okay Valley Hospital will give $300 when they get the second dose of the cove in 19 vaccine. So far, 40% of employees at the hospital have signed up to get the shots. A Sacramento Republican leader is resigned after attending the rally at the U. S Capitol last week. KFBK sneaky McGahee's with more video shirt on Reddit, George Riley admitted his actions and talked in detail about the violence. He also touched on breaching the Capitol building and pushing past police officers. Riley has now been forced to resign from his position as board member within the California Republican Assembly. Assembly is condemning Riley's actions. Nikola Gall Hiss News. 93.1 can't BE California Democratic Party chairman is being criticized for referring to the effort to recall Governor Gavin Newsom as a coup. Safe because Mark Mayfield with story Rusty Hicks accused the campaign being led by white nationalists and claimed supporters are tying to the rioters who stormed the U. S Capitol last week. Republicans and even some Democrats have slammed his comments and say, calling a legal process of Kou minimizes what happened in Washington D. C. So far, the petition has garnered more than a million signatures it needs about 500,000 more by mid March. To prompt a midyear election. Mark Mayfield News 93.1 kfbk and in less than 15 minutes, you're gonna hear clips from both of those people. The Democrat and the Republican both of them having have been difficulties, interesting things to say, from leaders of both parties for both in hot water on this Friday morning. Let's get to our featured audio clip. It's 805 on this Friday morning. This is a clip that very likely you have not heard or seen on a local newscast and network newscast, giving you a different perspective on the events unfolding in our world. Maura, explosive and divisive talk from a member of Congress this morning, Congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez, Democrat New York said in a video, which is spreading online that supporters of President Trump are White supremacists. Here's what she said. It is our featured audio clip this hour because a lot of people Have Have drank the poison of white supremacy. On DATs. What Donald Trump represents. Justice. And if at this point you haven't recognized that and you don't see it. Maybe you have a lot of work to him, too. Just one point of clarification have drink is grammatically incorrect. It's either drunk or drink, so we'll have drunk or drink one of the other. But besides her grammar, I mean to insult Half the people in the country. Okay, this'll morning is what she's up to. I'm gonna just throw in a couple of facts for you. Fact number one. In the most recent election, President Trump attracted the highest percentage of non white voters of any Republican presidential candidate in the last 60 years. Another fact President Trump while he was president signed a bipartisan bill to permanently give more than 250 miles million dollars each year to the nation's historically black colleges and universities, along with dozens of others of institutions with which serve large shares of minority students. Those are the facts Well, and he got a lot of credit from some African American leaders for establishing enterprise zones and doing what he could to help black entrepreneurs. So are there out liars who support our candidates? Both Joe Biden and Donald Trump? Yes, there are we know that Are all of them. Do they all fall into the those deplorable categories? No. Well, I mean, right now, it's not about making unified talk up in Washington, D C. And that type of talk from our leadership is what's leading to the divisiveness in the anger in this country, and I don't know that they realize what they're doing inside the Capitol, saying such things well and how to accept how to fix it. You know when things are have settled down with the inaugurations over There. I mean, you still have to work with people from the other side. I don't know. It's it's just It's It's discouraging. It's disheartening is what it is. Kristina. I just hear sound clips like this from our leaders. And I think to myself When are you going to stop this nonsense, right? We can't and there are calls for people to come together and unify, but so far they're not from the leadership. OK time now for the top national stories from.
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"The tens every minute, pointing to that new 90.1 cave, Okay, patchy fog this morning. Otherwise today will be mostly sunny and my over the high of 60. 2 to 66. The record is 66 7, 2000 and 14 clear early tonight than increasing, clad late with patchy fog Low 41 to 45 tomorrow, patchy fog in the morning of the wise intervals of clouds and sun and remaining mild with a high of 62 to 66. Mac, you brothers Joe Lundberg News. 93.1 kfbk currently 44 degrees in both fulsome and Sacramento. Not of the stories trending on this Thursday morning this morning. President Trump is the first president in U. S history to be impeached Twice. 10 Republicans joined Democrats in voting for impeachment KFBK is Terry more with more House Democrats accused the president of inciting the deadly attack on the U. S Capitol last week. Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern, We are debating this historic measure. At an actual crime scene. We wouldn't be here if it weren't for the president, United States, Missouri Republican Jason Smith called it a rushed and divisive process. This is a reckless impeachment. This will only bring up the hate and fire more than ever before the House first impeach President Trump over the Ukraine scandal in late 2019. He was acquitted by the Senate. Terry. More news. 93.1 kfbk, The only Republican congressman from California to vote for impeachment is from San Joaquin Valley. If because Marshall Benson has details representative David Valid. Ao is one of 10 Republicans in the chamber who joined in support of impeachment during yesterday's vote. Ballade Oh said Trump's rhetoric is to blame for last Wednesday's mob at the U. S Capitol and all 222 Democrats in the House voted in support of a single article of impeachment on incitement of insurrection in response to the riot that left five people dead. Personal Benton use 93.1 KFBK, California Public health officials will soon alert people when they're eligible for a covert 19 vaccine. The notification system will also allow people to register for a notification through text or email. Those who are eligible will be able to schedule their vaccination appointments..
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"With a heavy police and National Guard presence, keeping watch a small but loud group of protesters brave the Cold Wisconsin night expressing outrage over the prosecutor's decision. Did not bring criminal charges against the officer who fired seven shots into Jacob Blake last August. Leading the march with the 29 Year olds. Uncle Justin bleed the impact of this verdict. Is gonna have ramifications all over this state and all over this nation, and we will not let it rest until we get justice for Little Jake and all the little Jakes around the nation. The shooting left Jacob Blake partially paralyzed, his family will go to Washington and coming weeks to push for policing reforms. David Schaper NPR news in Kenosha, Wisconsin. U. S futures contracts are trading and mixed territory. This is NPR. Add 604. I'm Cherry Glaser with KCRW news hospitals in California have become so swamped by the Corona virus pandemic. That the state has ordered those with room to expect patients from others They're out of intensive care beds. The public health order issued last night could lead to patients being shipped from Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley to Northern California. Officials have warned that some hospitals may have to start rationing or prioritizing care even expected. Post holiday surgeon Coben 19 cases overwhelms the health care system. We are worried that case numbers can, in fact increase again a similar to what we saw. 2 to 3 weeks out from the Thanksgiving holiday. That's only county public health director Barbara Ferrer. She says Kobe hospitalizations here have passed the 8000 mark, including more than 1600 people in intensive care. Some hospitals have had to close their doors at times because they've become so overwhelmed, leaving ambulances waiting for hours to offload patients. Here's l. A fire department paramedic Tanya Crab speaking to KBC. How do you explain that to the patient?.
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Rancho Cordova. 31 is our time now at KFBK. We will start with your top local stories. Coronavirus, Very latest news 93.1 KFBK, California hospitals are in crisis today with too many patients and not enough room escape decays. Michael Laurie explains California hospitals or the epicenter of the covert crisis with ICU capacity at 0% in areas surrounding Los Angeles and the San Joaquin Valley. Federal officials tell us 48 of the top 100 hospitals with the highest rate of covert 19 patients are in California, followed by Texas with 15 ICU admissions have spiked 22% over the past two weeks, and experts fear it's only going to get worse as the post holiday surge reaches a peak. Michael Orey News, 93.1 KFBK and More news now with K P. K's Joe Michael City of a Covert 19 variant, first found in the United Kingdom has now been detected in four states and ABC is Alex Stone tells us California's count just went way up. Already. Four cases of the cove in 19 variant were known in San Diego County. And now the county is reporting 24 Mork confirmed and form or probable cases to a total of 32 Cove in 19 Varian cases in the county. 16, or men, 16 or women. The 24 newly confirmed cases have no travel history and come from 19 households. It's believed the very end he is spreading in communities across the country at this point Like stone. ABC NEWS LOS Angeles The number of intensive care unit beds available in the Greater Sacramento region is falling kfbk staler Martin tells us, that means the region isn't.
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"J newsroom, this newscast sponsored by best concrete blocks the old Fresno company with new ideas. Last night, President Trump held a rally in Georgia, urging supporters the cast their votes today in key Senate runoff races. I'm gonna be campaigning against your governor and your crazy secretary of state that I could also making flames about the presidential election, appearing to focus on Vice President Mike Pence and the role Pence will play as Senate president when Congress certifies the election results tomorrow that are great vice president comes through for us. He's a great guy. Meanwhile, poll shows Senate races in Georgia neck and neck, and Democrats must win both to take control of the Senate. The Senate seats are truly the last line of defense. Liz officials, the ABC News Governor. Newsome says only about 1% of the state's 40 million residents have now been vaccinated against the Corona virus. And he adds that pace is quote not good enough. But he also says distribution and logistical challenges are to blame for the slow initial vaccine rollout. Valley congressman sharing his reaction to being awarded the nation's highest civilian honor while speaking exclusively to KM J. President Trump presented Valley Republican Congressman Devin Nunes with the presidential Medal of Freedom in the nation's capital Monday. The honor established by President Kennedy is the highest award for a civilian and was given to newness for his work defending the president and the congressional investigation into alleged Russian election interference. This award was only granted to me because of the people of San Joaquin Valley. Sent me there to do their work on their behalf. And then, of course, the main purpose of the Ward was getting to the bottom of this biggest political scandal in U. S history. While speaking with Kay Mj's Ray Appleton Monday noon a Saturday was joined by his wife and daughters for the awards ceremony in the nation's capital. Ruth Michael's CAM. J. News. Ah, group of Google engineers announces they have formed a union, creating a rare foothold for the labor movement in the tech industry. About 225 employees at Google and its parent company, Alphabet, other first dues paying members for the Alphabet Workers union, But they represent only a fraction of the alphabets workforce far short of the threshold needed for formal recognition as a collective bargaining group. And former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer now forming a committee to begin raising money for a possible run for governor. In announcement on Twitter, the moderate Republicans says the establishment of the committee represents quote The first step in turning around California end quote Speaking of turning things around as we approach three minutes after the hour. Wall Street is doing that after taking it on the chin yesterday, triple digit gains yes so losses rather yesterday, followed by triple digit gains so far today That's for the Dow, The NASDAQ and the S and P 500 all gaining ground as well. The Dow was now up 224 points volume sitting.
California Flooded With COVID Cases as Los Angeles County Sees Cases Double in Last Month
"An influx of covert 19 patients in California is stretching hospitals and healthcare workers to their limits. Rachel Raquel Maria Dylan of member station KQED reports, officials say it could be an early sign of a post Christmas surge. The rate of coronavirus tests coming back positive over the past seven days in California has jumped to 14%. L. A County public health officials say the number of cases there doubled in the past month and past 800,000 on Saturday. Hospitals across the state are bracing for a spike in new cases following the holidays. Intensive care unit availability was at 0% in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley this weekend in the San Francisco Bay area. ICU capacity fell to 5.1%. That means all but the northern stretches of the state are below the 15% threshold. It would allow a gradual
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Amazon, Alexa The coronavirus sets more deadly milestones as the year ends the virus, killing more than 340,000 people in the U. S. With California losing at least 25,000 lives. Southern California and the agricultural San Joaquin Valley account for a large majority of the state's 40 million residents. Hospitals there are out of space with no intensive care units. Patients are being treated in hallways, conference rooms, cafeterias and gift shops as makeshift hospitals are set up intense arenas and schools. Wednesday. This week, the governor announced the discovery of the new, more contagious strain of Cove in 19 in a patient in Southern California, and Carrick Fox News, Florida says it also has a case of that variant strain. The first case was discovered in Colorado, one of the stars of the Justice League, vowing not to return to the franchise. Justice League's Ray Fisher, who played cyborg in the Warner Brothers film is continuing to speak out against D C film President Walter Mata Fisher Tweeted Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler he lies. Fisher noted that a P R P sought to undermine an investigation into a complaint he filed in July, he continued, I will not participate in any production associated with him. The actor was supposed to make a cameo in the Flash, which Hamada will oversee production of in 2021 in July, Fisher accused director Jazz Sweden of gross abuse of unprofessional behavior on set after an investigation. Warner Media said remedial action was taken, but declined to clarify what that meant. Michelle Pelino, Fox News and the last remaining sister of the popular 19 fifties trio, The McGuire Sisters, Dimes. Phyllis McGuire was the lead singer. For the trio with her older sister's Christine and Dorothy. She was 89. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. Handles 30 minute pop rides. This should be fun. Okay, Ballot on who's ready to work? Here we go. Don't forget to breathe. Good idea. Get out home Motivation. We are climbing through this chorus. Let's get it anytime you want it bump up that intensity. Give it all you have. I am You are unstoppable pellets on FAM..
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Alexa The coronavirus sets more deadly milestones as the year ends the virus, killing more than 340,000 people in the U. S. With California losing at least 25,000 lives. Southern California and the agricultural San Joaquin Valley account for a large majority of the state's 40 million residents. Hospitals there are out of space with no intensive care units. Patients are being treated in hallways, conference rooms, cafeterias and gift shops as makeshift hospitals are set up intense arenas and schools. Wednesday. This week, the governor announced the discovery of the new, more contagious strain of Cove in 19 in a patient in Southern California, and Carrick Fox News, Florida says it also has a case of that variant strain. The first case was discovered in Colorado, one of the stars of the Justice League, vowing not to return to the franchise. Justice League's Ray Fisher, who played cyborg in the Warner Brothers film is continuing to speak out against D C film President Walter Mata Fisher Tweeted Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler he lies. Fisher noted that a P R P sought to undermine an investigation into a complaint he filed in July, he continued, I will not participate in any production associated with him. The actor was supposed to make a cameo in the Flash, which Hamada will oversee production of in 2021. In July, Fisher accused director just Sweden of gross abuse of unprofessional behavior on set after an investigation. Warner Media said remedial action was taken, but declined to clarify what that meant. Michelle Pelino, Fox News and the last remaining sister of the popular 19 fifties trio, The McGuire Sisters, Dimes. Phyllis McGuire was the lead singer. For the trio with her older sister's Christine and Dorothy. She was 89. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News..
"san joaquin valley" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Coronavirus sets more deadly milestones as the year ends the virus, killing more than 340,000 people in the U. S. With California losing at least 25,000 lives. Southern California and the agricultural San Joaquin Valley account for a large majority of the state's 40 million residents. Hospitals there are out of space with no intensive care units. Patients are being treated in hallways, conference rooms, cafeterias and gift shops as makeshift hospitals are set up intense arenas and schools. Wednesday. This week, the governor announced the discovery of the new, more contagious strain of Cove in 19 in a patient in Southern California, and Carrick Fox News, Florida says it also has a case of that variant strain. The first case was discovered in Colorado, one of the stars of the Justice League, vowing not to return to the franchise. Justice League's Ray Fisher, who played cyborg in the Warner Brothers film is continuing to speak out against D C film President Walter Mata Fisher Tweeted Hamada is the most dangerous kind of enabler he lies. Fisher noted that a P R P sought to undermine an investigation into a complaint he filed in July, he continued, I will not participate in any production associated with him. The actor was supposed to make a cameo in the Flash, which Hamada will oversee production of in 2021. In July, Fisher accused director just Sweden of gross abuse of unprofessional behavior on set after an investigation. Warner Media said remedial action was taken, but declined to clarify what that meant. Michelle Pelino, Fox News and the last remaining sister of the popular 19 fifties trio, The McGuire Sisters, Dimes. Phyllis McGuire was the lead singer for the trio with her older sister's Christine and Dorothy. He was 89. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News. From the Commission Society of.
California hospitals overwhelmed by surge of COVID-19 patients
"Cases continue to surge stretching hospitals to capacity. Southern California and the agricultural San Joaquin Valley account for a large majority of the state's 40 million residents. Hospitals there are out of space with no intensive care units. Patients are being treated in hallways come Prince rooms, cafeterias and gift shops as makeshift hospitals are set up intense arenas and schools Wednesday. This week, the governor announced the discovery of the new, more contagious strain of Cove in 19 in a patient in Southern California, and Carrick Fox News 44 schools in San Francisco maybe rebranding themselves
Stay-At-Home Order To Remain In Southern California
"In California, both southern California in the San Joaquin Valley have their ICUs filled the capacity because of the Corona virus. Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says they remain under stay at home order is the order will remain because those projections to not show that same one king Valiant Southern California have projected for weeks out. I see you capacity over 15% so they will remain under the order for the time
California hospitals in crisis amid record number of coronavirus patients
"Coronavirus patients are overwhelming hospitals and large swath of California Even as Cupid 19 hospitalizations stabilizes some parts of the state Intensive care units in Southern California and the agricultural San Joaquin Valley have no capacity remaining. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galli says hospitals are working very hard trying to keep up with the patient load over 20,000 current hospital admissions do to covet. Seen a 36.5% increase in the last 14 days. This is a tremendous amount of work for these hospital systems. California's heading into a new phase it's been preparing for is it sets up hospital beds and arenas School's intense though it's struggling to staff. The state officials also notified hospitals that the situation is so dire that they should prepare for the possibility that they'll have to resort to crisis care guidelines, which could mean rationing
Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity
"The strictest stayed home orders in Central and Southern California as hospitals there are diverting care and have run out of intensive care unit beds for covert patients ahead of the presumed post holiday surge. Kristina Honest, Ed filed this report. Pandemic in California is already dire at hospitals in the central and southern part of the state, or L. A county has more than half a million Corona virus infections. That's 25% of the state's 2.1 million cases. More than 33,000 of those were recorded in just the last 24 hour period, and nearly half are from L. A county. This Governor Gavin Newsom. Look at l. A county alone 12 to 15,000 cases a day just in the last few weeks, so obviously having a big impact, taking a big toll on our hospitals, you know, more than 24,200 people have died in California from the coronavirus, According to state data. L. A county's Department of Public Health is reporting 73 deaths In the last 24 hours. The continued high numbers are straining evermore stretch. Hospital resource is, Newsome says, as ICU intensive care unit beds, hit capacity and emergency departments are getting full. Hospitals are now having to divert care. That means they have to send some patients to other hospitals or facilities. Routine. Emergency road care is being slowed down. So do you think this doesn't impact you? If you think somehow you're immune from impact of coded, There's the direct impact. That is the transmission of This virus. There's the indirect impact. God forbid you have a stroke or heart attack in a car accident or you have other acute care needs the impact of these this virus. This pandemic is being felt on the entire hospital system. And that impact obviously could impact each and every one of us. God forbid that were in need of emergency care. Particularly now in L. A county. I see you. Beds are also dwindling and other regions of the state. Like the San Francisco Bay area last week. I see you. Capacity was 15% this week. It's nine somebody area hospitals were canceling elective surgeries, and experts say the worst is yet to come. To do in the weeks following Christmas and New Year celebrations. In an effort to get ahead of that surge to get ahead of that surge, L. A County is imposing a 10 Day quarantine for anyone returning home from out of town travel Governor Newsome says it's likely the state will also follow suit and extend stay at home orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California Doctor Galley in his team likely tomorrow will announce and that's why you see on the slide that 12 29 Announcement they will announce once today's data is collected their projections over the next four week period. It is clear on understandable that it's likely those stayed home orders will be extended. Meanwhile, the state continues to
Southern California plans for stay-at-home orders after holiday
"That the state stay at home order is likely to be extended for the San Joaquin Valley in Southern California region can't be Kay's Marshall Benson reports. Those orders are set to expire today. Available ICU capacity for the San Joaquin Valley in Southern California are now at 0% Health authorities have stepped up enforcement at restaurants and shopping malls over the post Christmas weekend in hopes of containing the surge as a Sunday, officials reported. The California has 2.1 million confirmed Kobe 19 cases in over 24,000 deaths. Marshall Benson News 93.1 KFBK Also this
Bay Area COVID-19 stay-at-home order likely to be extended, California officials say
"Home order is currently in effect in the Bay Area, and three other California regions likely will remain in place past the minimum three week duration. State officials say. The state's stay at home order is triggered when the region's average intensive care unit capacity falls below 15% and the Bay Area greater sacramental. The San Joaquin Valley in southern California are all under the orders at present, according to the Department of Public Health.
U.S. reaches new milestones for coronavirus deaths
"Virus vaccine US cases of the disease and deaths are hitting all time highs. NPR's Nathan Rott reports that Los Angeles County said a number of grim pandemic milestones on Thursday health officials in Los Angeles County have confirmed nearly 13,000 new coronavirus cases. Shattering the previous daily record. They also sadly reported the first death of a child from Cove in 19 in L. A county. News comes his hospitals are filling up regionally and around other parts of the country less than 8% of ICU beds in all of Southern California were still available as of Thursday afternoon. In the San Joaquin Valley less than 2%. State and local governments are implementing stayed home orders to try and slow the spread of cove in 19, and they're urging people to not travel this holiday season. Nathan Rott. NPR NEWS LOS Angeles Montana Governor Steve Bullock says his state is preparing for
Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California
"Saying Today the state's coded cases and hospitalizations are continuing to climb is set. Eagle County and other Southern California counties are now officially under the new stay at home restrictions as of today. The regional stay at home order now because two regions San Joaquin Valley in the Southern California region, the largest region, which of itself is a unique, uh you of sorts of these two regions now have fallen under The 15% ICU capacity of the new order that wanted to effect today will be in effect for at least the next three weeks. It means businesses such as bars, wineries, hair salons and barber shops must close restaurants could only provide take out delivery, while retail stores are limited to just 20% capacity. The
Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California
"California Governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference today to update the coronavirus situation in that state Governor Newsome announced the latest regions to fall under his stay at home order Regional state home order now Because two regions San Joaquin Valley in the southern California region, the largest region, which itself is a unique, uh you of sorts. These two regions now have fallen under The 15%
California governor imposes new restrictions in pandemic
"Newsome, saying in a briefing You heard live earlier this morning on cocoa that the state's Cove it cases and hospitalizations air continuing to climb as San Diego County and other Southern California counties are now under the new stay at home restrictions as of today. The regional state home order now because two regions San Joaquin Valley in the southern California region, the largest region, which of itself is a unique, uh you of sorts of these two regions now have fallen under The 15% ICU capacity. The governor, saying the state had almost 25,000 new cases yesterday in the States 14 Day positivity rate as resident 8.4% about 3.5% just one month ago. That new order that began the day stays in effect for at least the next three weeks. It means bars wineries, personal service. Businesses, like hair salons and barber shops must close restaurants only providing take out delivery retail stores limited to just 20% capacity.
Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California
"Was in Georgia as Corona virus continues to spread across the nation states continue to tighten their restrictions. The new regional state home order is triggered in areas when I see you capacity drops below 15% overwhelming hospitals is a major concern. Right now, the Southern California region, which encompasses a large population centers, like L. A San Bernadino in San Diego, now has 12.5% ICU capacity remaining the San Joaquin Valley regions. I See you. Capacity took a nosedive since Friday. Now seeing that 8.6% That area includes Central California, so those two regions will start this new stay at home order at 11 59 tonight, The new order instructs Californians to stay home as much as possible into stop mixing between households a camp to retell it. 20% restricts restaurants to on Lee take out. It closes, movie theaters, wineries, live audience sports, family entertainment centers and amusement parks. And those restrict Shins just mentioned are officially in affect California's had over 1.3
Most of California to enter sweeping new virus lockdown
"Corona virus pandemic in the U. S is spreading further. Another 213,000 new infections were confirmed yesterday 25,000 of them in California alone. As cases there surged, the number of available beds and intensive care units is dwindling. And now NPR's Jason Breslow reports millions of California residents are facing a sweeping new lockdown order. The new state home water was triggered on Saturday after I see you capacity in Southern California and the San Joaquin Valley fell below a 15% threshold set by the state. Central businesses such as grocery stores will be allowed to stay open, but their capacity will be checked at 20%. Restaurants can stay open for pickup or delivery. Other businesses like bars and salons will have to close. The new order takes effect at 11 59 PM local time and will last for at least three weeks. That means more than two thirds of the state's residents will be under lockdown through the December holidays. Jason Breslow NPR news
Regional stay-at-home order looms for Southern California
"And local officials continued to impose new restrictions in hopes of stemming the surge in covid nineteen cases. Most of california begins a strict lockdown tonight. Entire bay region has not reached that threshold for this new lockdown however health officials say. They're gonna go ahead and start this lockdown today. The new regional stay at home order is triggered in areas when icu capacity drops below fifteen percent the southern california reading which encompasses large population centers. Now has twelve point five percent. Icu capacity remaining. The san joaquin valley regions icu capacity took a nosedive since friday. Now seeing that eight point. Six percent functions christina
Southern California, San Joaquin Valley under stay at home restrictions
"Much of California is going under stay at home restrictions starting tomorrow, the Department of Public Health says Southern California in the San Joaquin Valley region, both dipped below the 15% ICU capacity threshold, triggering the order. A