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"What the number of bay area school district's planning to shut down in response to the novel coronavirus is growing the San Francisco in west Contra Costa unified school district as well as the San Mateo Union High School district plan to close all schools for three weeks starting Monday all three districts do have classes today though Berkeley unified is canceling classes for its high school effective today the rest of its schools close starting Monday and all Catholic schools in the San Jose a diocese you are closing for two weeks starting today social justice advocates are pushing back against a decision by California prison officials to cancel many visits with inmates amid the corona virus outbreak representatives for the California department of corrections and rehabilitation say the new rules are meant to prevent the virus from getting inside the state's prisons the Ella Baker center Zachary Norris says to prevent spread prison should release medically fragile child and elderly inmates instead of cutting off outside contact the United States incarcerate a greater share of its population than any other nation in the world there are a lot of people who could be safely released and should be in order to address this crisis rather than just using punitive measures state prison officials say lawyer visits are continuing as our overnight family visits in sports I got nothing when I got something I'll let you know there's more on the corona virus and its effect on the bay area KQED news dot org I'm Brian what he's an honest newsman support comes from visitors coverage providing international travel insurance to protect against medical and travel emergencies while abroad visitors coverage dot com support for NPR comes from eighty P. from.
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"On morning edition from NPR news house lawmakers vote today on coronavirus legislation that includes guaranteed sick leave I'm no well king and I'm Rachel Martin we'll talk with the Italian ambassador to the United States about lessons learned from the crisis in Italy New York state Attorney General is cracking down on price gouging in the wake of the corona virus and we look at the psychological toll of a lockdown that has gone on for more than fifty days life in Wuhan China it's Friday March thirteenth rapper common celebrates a birthday today turns forty eight his next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump says he'll hold a news conference today at three PM eastern time he is to discuss the corona virus outbreak meanwhile house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's close to agreement with the trump administration on a legislative package to deal with the corona virus the food and drug administration says it's going to permit private lab testing for the virus this will begin in New York state the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci says this will speed the delivery of virus testing kits to Americans it's dangerous to give times but I would think within a week we're going to start seeing a real acceleration of testing and then as we go to three more weeks it'll be much much more he spoke to MSNBC several states are closing public schools to fight the virus and beers Corey Turner reports Congress and the education department working on plans for children who need school for food and health care it began as a trickle earlier this week with closures limited to individual schools were a few hard hit districts including Seattle's but yesterday the floodgates opened the governors of Maryland Michigan New Mexico Ohio and Oregon Allman out statewide school closures some for two weeks some pre even longer the governor of Kentucky also strongly urged his state schools to close in some cases the closures appear to have been prompted by the discovery of someone who had been infected through community transmission meaning they had not gotten the disease by traveling or through contact with someone known to be infected Cory Turner NPR news this morning Washington DC announced starting Monday it's students would not return to public school for the rest of the month as covert nineteen continues to spread through Europe countries are closing schools to and public events NPR's rob Schmitz reports confirm coronavirus cases in Europe are three times higher than a week ago he Lee whose government has declared its country a red zone is the worst hit followed by Germany which is nearly three thousand confirmed cases five times what it had a week ago the southern German state of Bavaria has announced it will close all schools beginning Monday the city of Berlin will begin closing schools next week too authorities in the Czech Republic are taking the most draconian measures issuing a state of emergency and instituting a travel ban from citizens of fifteen countries mostly in the U. Denmark is also on lockdown shutting down all of its schools in banning indoor events of more than a hundred people rob Schmitz internees Berlin officials say the Boston Marathon has been postponed until September because of the corona virus the masters golf tournament in Georgia has been suspended indefinitely on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is up five hundred sixty two points or more than two and a half percent the nasdaq is up two hundred twelve points it's up nearly three percent you're listening to NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what the number of bay area school district's planning to shut down in response to the novel coronavirus is growing the San Francisco and west Contra Costa unified school district as well as the San Mateo Union High School district plan to close all schools for three weeks starting Monday all three districts do have classes today though San Francisco school officials yesterday closed at Glen park elementary after learning that seven students there had respiratory illnesses Berkeley unified is canceling classes for its high school effective today the rest of its schools close starting on Monday the district is tentatively planning to reopen on April sixth and all Catholic schools in the San Jose diocese are closing for two weeks starting today South Bay congressman ro Khanna is criticizing the trump administration for failing to get testing for the corona virus to those who need it Kanha says he expects it will take months to acquire enough tests to address the pandemic in the US but he says he believes Americans will pull together to find solutions we're going to get past it I mean we're we're going to get past that we're we are a very resilient nation the challenge event.
"san mateo union high school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Knighted states about lessons learned from the crisis in Italy New York state Attorney General is cracking down on price gouging in the wake of the corona virus and we look at the psychological toll of a lockdown that has gone on for more than fifty days life in Wuhan China it's Friday March thirteenth rapper common celebrates a birthday today he turns forty eight news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman house speaker Nancy Pelosi is close to a deal with the White House on a sweeping coronavirus relief package she's been negotiating directly with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin NPR's Windsor Johnston reports the legislation put forth by house Democrats would include free corona virus testing food security assistance and unemployment benefits for workers affected by the pandemic congressional Republicans have sharply criticized the plan calling it completely partisan and unworkable even if a compromise deal is reached it's unclear how quickly Congress would be able to pass a bill through both chambers NPR's Windsor Johnston reporting the White House says president trump will meet today with industry executives to discuss the corona virus but the White House did not release more details such as which executives were attending or what industry they're from California governor Gavin Newsom has issued a sweeping executive order to stop the spread of the corona virus in his state it allows the state of California to take control of properties to treat patients from member station KQED Katie or reports the order tell state agencies to be ready to commandeer places like hotels if the state needs more room to quarantine or isolate patients governor Newsom has signed an executive order requiring Californians to follow public health directives that includes canceling any nonessential gatherings of more than two hundred fifty people such as concerts conferences and sporting events people at high risk from the virus are advised to meet in groups of ten or fewer and to keep their distance from each other Disney has announced it will be closing its California parks beginning this Saturday for NPR news I'm Katie Orr in Sacramento Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling for the formation of an emergency government to address the corona virus this could extend Netanyahu's term in office at a moment when his political for future is uncertain NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem Israeli elections last week were inconclusive Netanya was left without a clear path to forming a new government leaving open the possibility that his rival the centrist any guns could become prime minister now only ten yeah I was calling for a quote emergency national government for an unspecified temporary period in order to battle corona virus Gunn says due to the coronavirus crisis he is willing to consider a broad government representing all parties in parliament that could mean a power sharing deal keeping the ten Yahoo and office Israel has taken some of the harshest measures of any country against the virus effectively closing Israel's borders to foreign visitors Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem the wife of Canada's prime minister has tested positive for covert nineteen the office of prime minister Justin Trudeau says he and his wife Sophie are quarantining themselves at home Trudeau's office says he is in good health with no symptoms this is NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what the number of bay area school district's planning to shut down in response to the novel coronavirus is growing the San Francisco in west Contra Costa unified school districts as well as the San Mateo Union High School district plan to close all schools for three weeks starting Monday all three districts do have classes today though San Francisco school officials yesterday close to Glen park elementary school after learning that seven students there had respiratory illnesses Berkeley unified is canceling classes for its high school effective today the rest of its schools close starting Monday the district is tentatively planning to reopen on April sixth and all Catholic schools in the San Jose diocese are closing for two weeks starting today St photo says San Francisco sheriff Paul mia moto has issued a detailed action plan in case the virus spreads into the city's jails KQED politics correspondent Marie Salada ghost reports mere moto says all staff and visitors are being screened for covert nineteen but that he does not plan to cancel programs or classes unless there's a reason to think someone in the jail has been exposed to the virus he argues that at this point the jail might be the safest place to be especially for vulnerable populations they have access to medical care and housing units that allow people to be isolated but the twenty four page plan released by the sheriff does Lee out contingencies in case the virus begins to spread within the jail system those include the possibility of video conference meetings with defense attorneys and for court appearances I'm Aretha.