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Stocks fall sharply as Target's woes renew inflation fears
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Crossey Crossey Crossey Crossey reporting reporting reporting reporting stocks stocks stocks stocks fall fall fall fall sharply sharply sharply sharply as as as as targets targets targets targets woes woes woes woes renew renew renew renew inflation inflation inflation inflation fears fears fears fears stocks stocks stocks slumped slumped slumped on on on Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday as as as the the the Dow Dow Dow Jones Jones Jones industrial industrial industrial average average average fell fell fell more more more than than than eleven eleven eleven hundred hundred hundred points points points and and and the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. five five five hundred hundred hundred had had had its its its biggest biggest biggest drop drop drop in in in nearly nearly nearly two two two years years years for for for earnings earnings earnings reports reports reports from from from target target target and and and other other other major major major retailers retailers retailers added added added to to to inflation inflation inflation concerns concerns concerns the the the S. S. S. and and and P. P. P. dropped dropped dropped four four four percent percent percent the the the nasdaq nasdaq nasdaq fell fell fell four four four point point point seven seven seven percent percent percent and and and the the the Dow Dow Dow dropped dropped dropped three three three point point point six six six percent percent percent target target target lost lost lost a a a quarter quarter quarter of of of its its its value value value after after after reporting reporting reporting earnings earnings earnings that that that were were were far far far short short short of of of what what what analysts analysts analysts had had had forecast forecast forecast Wall Wall Wall Street Street Street appears appears appears headed headed headed to to to its its its sixth sixth sixth consecutive consecutive consecutive weekly weekly weekly loss loss loss hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi
Officials say more areas of US may see mask recommendations
"Health health health health officials officials officials officials say say say say America's America's America's America's virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic could could could could get get get get worse worse worse worse in in in in coming coming coming coming weeks weeks weeks weeks may may may may bring bring bring bring with with with with it it it it a a a a return return return return to to to to mask mask mask mask recommendations recommendations recommendations recommendations there's there's there's there's a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of infections infections infections infections across across across across America America America America White White White White House House House House virus virus virus virus response response response response chief chief chief chief I I I I she she she she she she she she jotted jotted jotted jotted notes notes notes notes a a a a steady steady steady steady increase increase increase increase the the the the past past past past five five five five weeks weeks weeks weeks twenty twenty twenty twenty six six six six percent percent percent percent just just just just last last last last week week week week CDC CDC CDC CDC director director director director Richelle Richelle Richelle Richelle Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky Wilensky says says says says nearly nearly nearly nearly a a a a third third third third of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans now now now now live live live live in in in in areas areas areas areas with with with with medium medium medium medium or or or or high high high high covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen community community community community levels levels levels levels where where where where they they they they are are are are high high high high we we we we urge urge urge urge local local local local leaders leaders leaders leaders to to to to encourage encourage encourage encourage the the the the use use use use of of of of prevention prevention prevention prevention strategies strategies strategies strategies like like like like masking masking masking masking a a a a public public public public indoor indoor indoor indoor settings settings settings settings Polanski Polanski Polanski Polanski says says says says hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization hospitalization rates rates rates rates are are are are also also also also up up up up nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the past past past past week week week week but but but but still still still still much much much much lower lower lower lower than than than than during during during during the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron wave wave wave wave Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag on on on on the the the the at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House
US producer prices surge 11% in April on higher food costs
"There's there's there's there's more more more more evidence evidence evidence evidence inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is likely likely likely likely to to to to remain remain remain remain high high high high in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest numbers numbers numbers numbers the the the the labor labor labor labor department's department's department's department's producer producer producer producer price price price price index index index index which which which which measures measures measures measures inflation inflation inflation inflation before before before before it it it it reaches reaches reaches reaches consumers consumers consumers consumers with with with with five five five five tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher in in in in April April April April than than than than in in in in March March March March when when when when compared compared compared compared with with with with April April April April of of of of last last last last year year year year producer producer producer producer prices prices prices prices were were were were eleven eleven eleven eleven percent percent percent percent higher higher higher higher still still still still both both both both figures figures figures figures represent represent represent represent a a a a slowdown slowdown slowdown slowdown from from from from March March March March when when when when the the the the monthly monthly monthly monthly gain gain gain gain was was was was one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the year year year year over over over over year year year year increase increase increase increase eleven eleven eleven eleven point point point point five five five five it's it's it's it's the the the the first first first first decline decline decline decline in in in in the the the the yearly yearly yearly yearly data data data data since since since since December December December December twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty in in in in key key key key categories categories categories categories shipping shipping shipping shipping and and and and warehousing warehousing warehousing warehousing prices prices prices prices leapt leapt leapt leapt three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent in in in in April April April April from from from from March March March March food food food food costs costs costs costs rose rose rose rose one one one one point point point point five five five five percent percent percent percent in in in in new new new new car car car car prices prices prices prices rose rose rose rose eight eight eight eight tenths tenths tenths tenths of of of of a a a a percent percent percent percent capturing capturing capturing capturing inflation inflation inflation inflation at at at at an an an an earlier earlier earlier earlier stage stage stage stage of of of of production production production production the the the the report report report report suggests suggests suggests suggests high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation will will will will remain remain remain remain a a a a burden burden burden burden for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers and and and and businesses businesses businesses businesses in in in in the the the the months months months months ahead ahead ahead ahead Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington
US hiring was likely strong again in April despite inflation
"The the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's jobs jobs jobs jobs boom boom boom boom continues continues continues continues with with with with employers employers employers employers adding adding adding adding another another another another four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs in in in in April April April April this this this this streak streak streak streak of of of of robust robust robust robust hiring hiring hiring hiring in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. continues continues continues continues the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department has has has has reported reported reported reported another another another another four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand jobs jobs jobs jobs were were were were added added added added despite despite despite despite the the the the harsh harsh harsh harsh inflation inflation inflation inflation numbers numbers numbers numbers chronic chronic chronic chronic supply supply supply supply shortages shortages shortages shortages the the the the war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine and and and and higher higher higher higher borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing costs costs costs costs the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers keep keep keep keep the the the the unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment rate rate rate rate at at at at three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent just just just just above above above above the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest level level level level in in in in half half half half a a a a century century century century but but but but it's it's it's it's unclear unclear unclear unclear how how how how long long long long this this this this jobs jobs jobs jobs boom boom boom boom will will will will last last last last with with with with the the the the fed fed fed fed raising raising raising raising its its its its key key key key lending lending lending lending rate rate rate rate making making making making it it it it costlier costlier costlier costlier for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers and and and and companies companies companies companies to to to to borrow borrow borrow borrow spend spend spend spend and and and and higher higher higher higher hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Fewer Americans file for jobless claims last week
"The the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits fell fell fell fell again again again again last last last last week week week week with with with with numbers numbers numbers numbers holding holding holding holding at at at at historically historically historically historically low low low low levels levels levels levels the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department says says says says there there there there were were were were five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand fewer fewer fewer fewer jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims last last last last week week week week than than than than the the the the week week week week before before before before at at at at one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the four four four four week week week week average average average average which which which which smooths smooths smooths smooths out out out out weekly weekly weekly weekly ups ups ups ups and and and and downs downs downs downs rose rose rose rose by by by by more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims but but but but in in in in mid mid mid mid April April April April there there there there were were were were just just just just over over over over one one one one point point point point four four four four million million million million people people people people getting getting getting getting unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest number number number number in in in in more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty years years years years hiring hiring hiring hiring remains remains remains remains robust robust robust robust despite despite despite despite the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic slowdowns slowdowns slowdowns slowdowns which which which which at at at at one one one one point point point point had had had had unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment at at at at fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen point point point point seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent two two two two years years years years ago ago ago ago now now now now it's it's it's it's a a a a low low low low three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Overdoses, not COVID-19, drive spike in LA homeless deaths
"Overdose overdose overdose overdose is is is is not not not not covered covered covered covered nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen drove drove drove drove a a a a spike spike spike spike in in in in homeless homeless homeless homeless deaths deaths deaths deaths in in in in Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles almost almost almost almost two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand homeless homeless homeless homeless people people people people died died died died in in in in Los Los Los Los Angeles Angeles Angeles Angeles county county county county during during during during the the the the first first first first year year year year the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic and and and and authorities authorities authorities authorities say say say say drug drug drug drug overdose overdose overdose overdose was was was was the the the the main main main main cause cause cause cause for for for for the the the the fifty fifty fifty fifty six six six six percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase in in in in deaths deaths deaths deaths from from from from the the the the previous previous previous previous year year year year not not not not covert covert covert covert nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen the the the the findings findings findings findings released released released released Friday Friday Friday Friday in in in in a a a a report report report report from from from from the the the the county's county's county's county's department department department department of of of of public public public public health health health health showed showed showed showed that that that that despite despite despite despite initial initial initial initial fears fears fears fears the the the the virus virus virus virus itself itself itself itself was was was was not not not not the the the the main main main main cause cause cause cause of of of of death death death death among among among among California's California's California's California's largest largest largest largest in in in in the the the the nation nation nation nation on on on on house house house house population population population population but but but but the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus did did did did cut cut cut cut people people people people off off off off from from from from mental mental mental mental health health health health and and and and substance substance substance substance abuse abuse abuse abuse treatment treatment treatment treatment after after after after services services services services were were were were drastically drastically drastically drastically reduced reduced reduced reduced to to to to prevent prevent prevent prevent the the the the spread spread spread spread of of of of the the the the virus virus virus virus I'm I'm I'm I'm surely surely surely surely Adler Adler Adler Adler
Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll
"I I I I knew knew knew knew A. A. A. A. P. P. P. P. nork nork nork nork poll poll poll poll shows shows shows shows many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans do do do do not not not not think think think think president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden has has has has been been been been tough tough tough tough enough enough enough enough with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia during during during during the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of those those those those who who who who responded responded responded responded think think think think the the the the president president president president needs needs needs needs to to to to get get get get tougher tougher tougher tougher with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Coney Coney Coney Coney in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions should should should should have have have have started started started started sooner sooner sooner sooner zero zero zero zero to to to to sixty sixty sixty sixty is is is is just just just just start start start start it it it it bank bank bank bank right right right right away away away away you you you you know know know know even even even even when when when when they they they they were were were were thinking thinking thinking thinking about about about about everything everything everything everything should should should should been been been been already already already already set set set set up up up up ready ready ready ready to to to to go go go go Tony Tony Tony Tony thanks thanks thanks thanks delays delays delays delays may may may may have have have have been been been been costly costly costly costly to to to to the the the the state state state state well well well maybe maybe maybe thirty thirty thirty six six six percent percent percent in in in the the the poll poll poll think think think the the the president's president's president's approach approach approach has has has been been been about about about right right right eight eight eight percent percent percent say say say he's he's he's been been been too too too tough tough tough Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Bryant Bryant Bryant is is is an an an independent independent independent and and and Washington Washington Washington DC DC DC I I I don't don't don't support support support war war war I I I don't don't don't think think think that that that we we we should should should be be be the the the world world world police police police you you you know know know engaging engaging engaging in in in other other other people's people's people's conflicts conflicts conflicts support support support for for for US US US involvement involvement involvement in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is waning waning waning thirty thirty thirty two two two percent percent percent of of of Americans Americans Americans say say say the the the US US US should should should have have have a a a major major major role role role at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington
AP-NORC poll: Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia
"Many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans are are are are questioning questioning questioning questioning whether whether whether whether president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is showing showing showing showing enough enough enough enough strength strength strength strength in in in in his his his his response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war against against against against Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine a a a a new new new new Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press norc norc norc norc poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't been been been been tough tough tough tough enough enough enough enough in in in in his his his his response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine thirty thirty thirty thirty six six six six percent percent percent percent say say say say his his his his approach approach approach approach is is is is right right right right and and and and eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent think think think think he's he's he's he's too too too too tough tough tough tough but but but but for for for for those those those those wanting wanting wanting wanting a a a a more more more more robust robust robust robust response response response response only only only only twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two percent percent percent percent say say say say they they they they favor favor favor favor deploying deploying deploying deploying U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. troops troops troops troops to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine to to to to fight fight fight fight against against against against Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces most most most most Americans Americans Americans Americans fifty fifty fifty fifty five five five five percent percent percent percent are are are are opposed opposed opposed opposed to to to to that that that that and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three percent percent percent percent are are are are somewhere somewhere somewhere somewhere in in in in the the the the middle middle middle middle one one one one responding responding responding responding to to to to thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one year year year year old old old old man man man man with with with with military military military military ties ties ties ties in in in in his his his his family family family family says says says says he he he he feels feels feels feels that that that that the the the the US US US US shouldn't shouldn't shouldn't shouldn't be be be be policing policing policing policing the the the the world world world world but but but but he he he he certainly certainly certainly certainly wishes wishes wishes wishes there there there there could could could could be be be be more more more more done done done done to to to to help help help help the the the the Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians Ukrainians I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Majority of Americans want masks for travelers: AP-NORC poll
"A a a a poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds a a a a majority majority majority majority of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans want want want want travelers travelers travelers travelers to to to to keep keep keep keep wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks the the the the AP AP AP AP New New New New York York York York center center center center for for for for public public public public affairs affairs affairs affairs research research research research survey survey survey survey found found found found fifty fifty fifty fifty six six six six percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans favor favor favor favor masks masks masks masks on on on on planes planes planes planes and and and and a a a a public public public public transit transit transit transit and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four percent percent percent percent opposed opposed opposed opposed the the the the survey survey survey survey was was was was done done done done just just just just before before before before a a a a judge judge judge judge this this this this week week week week but but but but the the the the federal federal federal federal transportation transportation transportation transportation mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate on on on on hold hold hold hold at at at at a a a a Florida Florida Florida Florida airport airport airport airport Christina Christina Christina Christina Costigan Costigan Costigan Costigan cheered cheered cheered cheered the the the the match match match match should should should should have have have have been been been been done done done done a a a a long long long long time time time time ago ago ago ago but but but but the the the the new new new new York York York York Maranda Maranda Maranda Maranda Kharadi Kharadi Kharadi Kharadi said said said said she'll she'll she'll she'll hang hang hang hang on on on on to to to to hers hers hers hers I'm I'm I'm I'm a a a a teacher teacher teacher teacher I I I I still still still still teach teach teach teach at at at at the the the the sign sign sign sign and and and and sell sell sell sell gonna gonna gonna gonna ride ride ride ride the the the the train train train train without without without without on on on on another another another another eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen to to to to work work work work poll poll poll poll last last last last month month month month showed showed showed showed forty forty forty forty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans still still still still often often often often or or or or always always always always wear wear wear wear masks masks masks masks outside outside outside outside their their their their homes homes homes homes down down down down significantly significantly significantly significantly from from from from a a a a few few few few months months months months ago ago ago ago just just just just twenty twenty twenty twenty percent percent percent percent now now now now say say say say they're they're they're they're very very very very or or or or extremely extremely extremely extremely worried worried worried worried about about about about getting getting getting getting cold cold cold cold at at at at nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
Bidens paid 24.6% taxes on $610,702 earnings, returns show
"Monday Monday Monday Monday is is is is tax tax tax tax day day day day and and and and the the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has released released released released the the the the returns returns returns returns of of of of president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden and and and and the the the the First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady the the the the return return return return show show show show Joe Joe Joe Joe and and and and Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden earned earned earned earned six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in their their their their first first first first year year year year at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House and and and and paid paid paid paid about about about about one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred fifty fifty fifty fifty thousand thousand thousand thousand in in in in federal federal federal federal income income income income taxes taxes taxes taxes that's that's that's that's a a a a rate rate rate rate of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent compared compared compared compared to to to to the the the the average average average average of of of of around around around around fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen percent percent percent percent the the the the president president president president reports reports reports reports about about about about three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in pay pay pay pay as as as as the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's chief chief chief chief executive executive executive executive while while while while Jill Jill Jill Jill by by by by the the the the first first first first First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady to to to to continue continue continue continue her her her her career career career career earned earned earned earned about about about about sixty sixty sixty sixty seven seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand thousand for for for for her her her her teaching teaching teaching teaching post post post post at at at at a a a a Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia community community community community college college college college vice vice vice vice president president president president Harris Harris Harris Harris and and and and husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. offs offs offs offs return return return return shows shows shows shows earnings earnings earnings earnings of of of of more more more more than than than than one one one one point point point point six six six six billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars they they they they faced faced faced faced a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent federal federal federal federal tax tax tax tax rate rate rate rate and and and and paid paid paid paid more more more more than than than than five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
US added 431,000 jobs in March in sign of economic health
"The the jobs jobs market market continues continues its its winning winning streak streak for for eleven eleven straight straight months months American American employers employers added added more more than than four four hundred hundred thousand thousand jobs jobs this this time time four four hundred hundred thirty thirty one one thousand thousand in in March March the the unemployment unemployment rate rate is is now now the the lowest lowest since since the the virus virus pandemic pandemic began began at at three three point point six six percent percent the the numbers numbers show show an an economy economy staying staying resilient resilient amid amid the the pandemic pandemic forty forty year year high high inflation inflation and and now now war war in in Europe Europe job job openings openings around around a a near near record record levels levels and and jobless jobless benefit benefit claims claims last last week week at at the the lowest lowest level level in in fifty fifty three three years years Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
Retail sales up 0.3% in February amid higher prices
"American slowed their spending last month as prices for food gasoline toothpaste in just about everything else continue to rise I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers retail sales rose just three tenths of a percent in February the commerce department report shows restaurants actually saw two point five percent jump in business and department stores one point six percent but online sales fell three point seven percent in categories like furniture electronics and general merchandise stores were also down the tepid February increase followed something of a splurge in January when sales rose four point nine percent fueled by wage gains solid hiring and more money in bank accounts but inflation slowed the pace in February with consumer prices running at seven point nine percent over a year ago I'm Ben Thomas
More Americans cite equality concerns, but most back voting laws: poll
"A new poll finds most Americans support voter identification laws but there are some concerns minority voters could face exclusion a new Associated Press norc poll finds most people are happy with the voting rules in their states even where new reforms were enacted seventy percent favor the idea of requiring a photo ID before someone can cast a ballot pushed more by the GOP and a majority favor to democratic priorities automatic registration for those eligible and mail in ballots but on the issue of equal access for voting eighty six percent of Democrats believe more must be done to secure a racial equality in voting rights forty percent of Republicans also think so I'm
COVID-19 cases, deaths continue to drop globally, WHO says
"The World Health Organization says the numbers of new coronavirus cases and deaths continue to drop around the world in its latest report on the pandemic the World Health Organization says there's been a five percent decrease globally in the number of new covert infections deaths are down eight percent continuing a two week trend only the western Pacific saw an increase forty six percent in Hong Kong there have been one hundred fifty deaths per day the highest rate recorded in any region there and I'm a client search has overwhelmed the city prompting mass quarantines and overflowing morgues I'm Jackie Quinn
Thompson surprised by Ferrell, lifts Warriors over Clippers
"The warriors ended their season long five game losing streak as they bought the clippers won twelve to ninety seven Ricky Johnson commingle at all scores with twenty one points Stephan curry added fifteen points with five rebounds and five assists the clippers were without Paul George and quiet manner due to injuries Nicholas but toon scored seventeen for Los Angeles markets more senior and move canard both with eleven points LA rallied to cut the deficit to eleven points but shot only thirty six percent from the field Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco
No. 11 Villanova cruises by Butler in regular-season finale
"Number eleven Villanova heads into the Big East Tournament with seven wins in its last eight games the latest US seventy eight fifty nine victory at Butler the Wildcats second lopsided win over the Bulldogs this year Villanova held Butler to thirty six percent shooting and got sixteen points from guard Justin Moore we came in here when it's a pride in the face of B. itself would be a physical in a rebound in in a tough and testament of paint and we knew it's gonna be tough come in this environment and I'm trying to get stops we we stayed together we stayed focus I got it done the Wildcats now twenty three oh seven went up by as many as twenty eight points of the second half the Bulldogs were led by Chuck Harris with nineteen points Tom McCabe Indianapolis
How the Ukraine crisis is already hitting Americans' wallets
"A new poll finds little support among Americans for a major U. S. role in the Russia Ukraine conflict I'm Ben Thomas with the latest president Biden has acknowledged the growing likelihood that Warren Eastern Europe would affect Americans even if U. S. troops don't deployed to Ukraine sanctions could provoke Russian retaliation president Vladimir Putin has a range of tools he could use including cyber attacks on U. S. infrastructure industries still the poll from the Associated Press norc center for public affairs research finds just twenty six percent of respondents saying the US should have a major role in the conflict fifty two percent say the US should have a minor role while twenty percent say the US should have no role at all Ben
Virus Outbreak-Alabama Vax Intro and wrap
"Hopes are fading in accounting in Alabama for a late surge in new coronavirus vaccinations nurse Jordan Ledbetter keeps a hand written log of vaccinations in Marion County Alabama sheriffs are at the amount of vaccines I gave that day there are a lot of zeroes on that log there have been days where I haven't given any vaccines in a county of roughly thirty thousand people only fourteen showed up at the health department for an initial vaccines during the first six weeks of the year I was really hoping that the start of covered that we had a few weeks ago would increase vaccination numbers but it hasn't Judy Smith with the county health department says this is the pandemic reality in Alabama people are just over it they're just tired of it and one of the biggest challenges that public health has right now is not to keep it in everybody's face but to keep it enough on the forefront that people are not dying in nearly thirty six percent of the population are fully immunized in Marion County I'm a Donahue
"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Yes so the president is supposed to make a big speech tomorrow to outline the next steps to help breakthrough what has been this very low plateau in vaccination rates and there are three million civilian federal employees in the united states. They are not going to mandate vaccination. But they're gonna make it a little bit uncomfortable For for people who choose not to be vaccinated. And i should say they are strongly considering this move will know for sure when the announcement gets made but a person familiar with the deliberations as they are strongly considering a system where federal employees have would have to verify their vaccination status and if they are not vaccinated undergo weekly testing and be required to wear masks indoors at all times even if they are in areas with low viral transmission. I think we need like maybe a time stamp at the end of this conversation because this is a lot of stuff to process and a big change dominica though we're going to let you go. Before we continue the conversation with the focus on alabama. But but thanks for hanging out all right well stay safe out there or in their in your case i guess all right. We're gonna take a quick break and come back with. Debbie elliott talking about what this looks like an alabama. Npr's planet money. summer school is back. This season is all about investing. We've got stories of big bets. Bubble spotting and cute animals to every wednesday to labor day from. Npr's planet money we are back with npr's debbie elliott. Hey debbie hi there. You are joining us because you have been some reporting on the fact that Kovic cases are spiking especially in the south alabama. Hospitalizations are up five-fold. Since the start of the month what does it look like there right now you know. It's pretty rampant. Officials are saying the combination of low vaccination rates in this delta variant is causing what is an unprecedented spike in cova cases in kobe hospitalizations and the scary part of that is that most of those people are unvaccinated which means it can hurt them more right because vaccinated people can still get sick. I actually have some friends who were vaccinated. Who have breakthrough cases of kobe right now. But they've got a bad cold but if you're unvaccinated and you end up in the hospital those are the people who were having you know serious serious illness and even death and i think you know the the rising numbers caught all of our attention but one thing that really cut through and made a lot of national news was the way that the alabama governor has reacted to this high rate of unvaccinated people. Yeah so i think alabama governor. Kay ivey is just become really frustrated with all of the questions. She's getting from reporters about things. Like mask mandate safer k. Through twelve students kids under twelve. Can't get the vaccine. Will she saying they shouldn't have to wear masks in public schools. Even though you've got a clear message from health officials including the cdc that that's the right thing to do to protect kids and teachers. She's frustrated with being asked all these questions she doesn't want to have to go back to curtailing business or using mask mandates and in fact the state legislature passed a law and she signed it that forbids businesses governments Schools from even requiring vaccinations. So there is very much. This government should not be forcing people to do anything But reporters keep asking her. Look at these numbers. Shouldn't you be doing more. And when she turned and said it's it's the unvaccinated people people need to get shots. That's what our problem is. And it's time for to start blaming the unvaccinated folks not the regular folks style unvaccinated. Folks letting us night. She said she's done all she can do. And it's up to people to get shots and be responsible for their own families and tam. Can you remind us how the white house the cdc all the different federal operators here are trying to reach people in places like alabama who are unvaccinated so the the strategy is to get vaccines into every single location. You possibly can. And to essentially beg people to go talk to their doctors and hope their doctors can convince them. Because you know. Joe biden knows that he's not going to persuade a bunch of people in alabama to go get vaccines. The message has very much become. This is a pandemic of the unvaccinated complicated. A bit by the breakthrough infections and the white house is saying. These things are available You know where they're working with preachers they're working with community groups. They're doing everything they can without putting too many fingerprints on it to make it to you know to turn people off. Will you know the interesting thing down here. Certainly in alabama we love our college football. Right roll tide. They recruited the coaches to help. You know alabama coach. Nick sabin says his team is ninety percent vaccinated. He wants fans to gets back sonate so that it doesn't jeopardize this year's football season We also have a former football coach. Who is now in the. Us senate from alabama republican Tommy tub val. He's recorded a facebook message trying to encourage people to get their shots. Were on the one yard line but we just need one more. Play to run it in. You can help us. Get the win against kobe by getting vaccinated. So we'll see if those work. Are we really on the one yard line. We were then. We got a ten yard penalty. We're still in the red zone. The red side. Yeah all right. debbie elliott. You're welcome back anytime. Maybe we can just talk football next time. You're on the podcast..
"six percent" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"Politics podcast. I'm scott detro-. I covered the white house. I've ever keith. i also cover the white house. And i'm dominica montenero senior political editor and correspondent. So i mean. I think it's clear what we're going to talk about today. Suddenly the pandemic seems like it is not in the rear view mirror. The delta variant is surging particularly in places with a lot of unvaccinated people and now the centers for disease control and prevention has revised its guidance. On wearing masks the agency is now recommending that fully vaccinated people wear masks in indoor public spaces if they live in areas with significant or high spread. Tam what is going on here and there are actually a lot of areas of this country with significant or high spread. And what's happening is things have changed The delta variant is now the dominant variant in the us. It is significantly more contagious than earlier. Variants and dr rachelle wolinsky. The cdc director said that they needed to make this change in guidance. Because they have new data showing that people who are vaccinated and get a breakthrough. Infection may actually be able to transmit the corona virus which they didn't think earlier When they put out that earlier guidance it's pretty big change. yeah it is and It results in a bit of whiplash. And you know the politics of it. I think are possibly more complicated than the science of it. So this is a recommendation and i think you know one of the biggest trend lines if the last year is that these recommendations have have carried a lot less weight with people over time for a wide range of reasons burnout frustration. People feeling like they don't trust the cdc or they just never get the message to begin with What are we seeing in terms of how these recommendations are turning into new local rules that people would see in their lives about about mask-wearing. Well here in the bubble that is the white house that the signs have gone back up and masks are required indoors at the white house for white house employees but out in the real world. It's not clear exactly how this is going to be applied. You've seen California bring back mask mandates you you've seen it in some other areas but it isn't widespread and immediate and In in some states they are actively saying no you can't have a mask mandate amassed mandates or a thing of the past and we're not bringing them back. You've seen republican governors basically say. Yeah no that that time in our lives is over. Domenico this is this is obviously a huge political problem for for president biden right he. He has his put so much of his political future betting on getting the pandemic under control and back to normal and that you know big football spiking july fourth events and parties of the white house and ice cream trucks around the country from the dnc and many other things. I mean it kind of looks bad. Obviously the situation has changed. The did not know variants. We're going to search the way they had but this is a huge political problem. Well i mean they can't control the delta variant and they've seen the pattern from other parts of the world Were sort of behind what's happened in other parts of the world and they've other parts of the world have had it far worse than the united states because the united states has higher vaccination rates than most other places in the world. Still in the united states Only sixty percent of the adult. Us population has been fully vaccinated. So it does have the chance to be a potential political problem for president biden. A because this has been his strength so far you know. Six months into his presidency. He gets very high marks for his handling of the current virus. Pandemic you know and it's a little iffy on some of the other issues. If this starts to slip it's an even bigger problem for him just to be honest with both of you. I think you know this. Because i've i've a moated he about this but like this is just been a particularly tough twist to to process. I mean you feel like life is almost entirely back. You feel like this is in the rear view mirror and this comes back but at the same time i feel like it's morphed into this other incredibly depressing story that defines are political times and that is just the trench political warfare identity politics viewing every single thing in the world through the prism of politics and just to wrap up the conversation on washington in particular dominica. How is this going to play out in the house of representatives where i feel like every day. Expect another fight to break out like it did in the eighteen fifties now now there's mass mandates again in the house. I mean that's not going to go over. Well no it's not and you know that's obviously a place where we see this partisan trench warfare as you call it taking place First and foremost ever-present That happening there people calling each other names not really wanting to follow guidance and in fact not following guidance in some corners of this country is actually seen as a political plus. So when you have that it makes public health very difficult. Public health is not the kind of thing that is supposed to be political. You know unfortunately over the past year and a half it has become so and like everything else just partisan and makes it that much more difficult to get something like a pandemic over with. Yeah i was talking to an infectious diseases expert today about this mass guidance and sort of the evolution on mass guidance and he said you know they they get an a for basic science and following what the science tells them but they get an incomplete. He argued for social science. And the fact is that social science is just as important in tackling a pandemic getting people to get vaccinated getting people to do take public health measures. The social science is almost more important than the basic biology. I think the country as a whole probably is getting an f. In social science at this point people want to believe what they believe first and foremost and it makes it hard. I've a lot more thoughts about that side for now tam before we take a break though there isn't important next step to come and that's what the white house does when it comes to to the powers it has to issue mandates to federal employees among other things..
"six percent" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports
"So the decision. I made the decision a long long time ago. And who's gonna wait anyway. Because i keep data. I track a lot of things. Attract my sleep tracking sleep for a long time to even though a lot of things keep me up at night. Still track and just about anything that you could probably think of i'm tracking and i've been tracking it for a long time is just that over time with technology and different things and items have made it easier for me to track and keep up. But i've been tracking a lot of things that you could possibly dream of. Wouldn't dream of. I've been doing it for a while. It was just a matter of time before i Took the route. That i went. That's why that's why. I say you know to six percent is definitely is definitely is definitely league on me but before before i go here in pat myself on the back once again. Because i've been doing..
"six percent" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches
"A record deal in in the eighties or something was signed. A record deal that says your royalty rate was six percent which means ninety four percent of the money went to the record company before you got your six percent and out of your six percent. There were things that they called recuperable costs so the cost of recording. All the studio costs all the cost of making videos. All those promotion calls came out of your six percent not the record companies ninety four percent so you basically had to sell a million records before you start to see a profit from the copies at all because all sort of creative accounting that went on so in that way. It's it's really not a whole lot different. You know like you really had to be like a major star to sort of see record company money like you could make more money touring or with merchandise or whatever else you know so in that way to like yeah with the streaming services not great but it i would caution people about you know getting this algebra about the good old days because they weren't so great he's like a you know famous musicians or singers at work with that. When you i worked with them you felt like really intimidated starstruck by certainly.
"six percent" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"Of of trying to teach some at home and some students over the internet at the same time was exhausting stressful and discombobulating. And of course who does it impact. The most the poor kids is a medical st medic minute schoolteacher quoted from the inland empire. Ninety four percent of our students are low income. Actually all students are no income. But it's just a euphemism. They use their port. The task of simultaneously teaching students in person and online has been extremely difficult. I've never felt this stress or worn out while teaching. Now you think if when this idea i came up it would have been dismissed out of hand. Is unworkable at somebody would have said. Well how am. I going to teach to the screen and teach the people in person at the same time. How do i keep track of the kids on screen who might not be getting the lesson. they did a survey to to find out hundred thirty six teachers rest rate and discuss their experiences and Most have been doing this. For more than ten years. Ninety six percent were vaccinated ninety. Six percent were vaccinated and eighty percent said. The immunization had eased their worries about impersonal teaching. Then why is it. An la la city None of the teachers want to teach in person at. They're not going to do it till september and even in september. They still want people wearing masks here. You have ninety six saying they've been vaccinated. Eighty percent says that makes them feel good teachers so they would tell the truth. Simultaneous instruction is really difficult distance. Learning is really difficult. The energy i've spent trying to create an engaging and academically rigorous experience has really depleted me. They found that fifty. Five percent of students and two thirds of poor students chose to remain in distance. Learning say ended up with this mess where teachers taught students in person and online simultaneously or they taught in person in the morning online in the afternoon or an alternate days or alternate weeks. Middle and high school kids only a handful showed up and it was just.
"six percent" Discussed on The Ortho Show
"So this one's fun you know. We continue to to bring the amazing stories of these orthopedic surgeons from around the world and the ansi shipley is one of those She is incredibly passionate about all things in her life. Her work life balance is amazing. She provides a some really good counsel. And how to do that What i sense best about nancy is that she's an incredible intellect and a great orthopedic surgeon. She also likes to have fun and she enjoys all aspects of her life. She has this really cool. Podcast called the six percent podcast which is definitely worth and where she talks to women in male dominated occupations and really gets amazing stories about air force pilot and ceos and directors and. I think that's actually absolutely worthwhile to listen to as well. Her brand is unique She has a great story. We had fun..
"six percent" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"I don't. i'm not gonna take the time to do that. go away. you're not gonna offer me. Think they really appreciate the fact. That was honest I don't right now. But who knows when i might be a couple of months. Who knows but. I was just so impressed by what you bring to the table that i just wanna get to know who you are. And that's just an honest way of doing another thing managing reputation twenty four seven. Big name is only gonna get you so far. So even well-known companies you know they have a nice customer brand or have a clear message in all of those things but only about a third of police. Thirty three percent say they're willing to apply for a position of business. They'd never heard of so when you say who. You are an act who you are. You always have to be that you always have to have that out there. Trying to show who that is and the The majority of job seekers especially in demand employees working in technology in media communications. They all agree that company's reputation as an employer in what the business stands for is probably the most important things. So those are some things you really need to key in on so just a couple of stats and ninety. Six percent of job-seekers say that it's important to work for a company that embraces transparency. Seventy nine percent of seekers say they are likely use social media in their job search and this increases eighty six percent for younger job seekers. Because they're just three used to operate that way that's how they really determined it in again. You know what your company puts out in social media and larger companies had pages. Were able to say what they're displeased with any they're seeing all that to on average each corporate job offer attracts two hundred fifty resumes. Those about four six candidates will actually get a call for an interview in only one will get the job. One in six candidates who applied for a job were asked for an interview one in six..
"six percent" Discussed on The Radio Show
"Fifty five. Chevy's in sock. Hop in a the milkshakes and another kind of might think about their old. That's how old nine hundred ninety one is too dangerous today. Wild crazy so it's always just one or you gonna see boys in the hood snoop dogg. Hadn't even debut jet like you've done nothing at that point Is lot going on. Say how much it which. I got an over under for the future all the very first one yet. I mean that's ninety five percent ninety. Six percent argo ninety. Six dandruff flaws damage. Should've said i should've went first. I'm gonna go eighty five ninety six the dat part to They can't be far behind. I'm go eighty five percent. It can't be that far behind. I'm not sure cut. Sixteen ninety sixty six percent drop their back to the future to was why did better. I like to just as much as the first one. I feel like in. Look me in terms of time travel movies. You're not gonna find. What better is harder to a time travel story. And the into overland one time farewell story on top of another one in not out. I have to read the reviews and find out what they were. Yeah okay all right so what we do doing for part three which thing. I thought six part three but go sixty five..
"six percent" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"I want too much money in my pocket so i moved up a level of abstraction. Now i'm gonna move them sides this star from beginning. I'm not paying your six percent. What's the purpose was the intent behind that. I wanna put the most money in my pocket. So i moved them up level then. I'm going to ask him this question to move them sideways. mr smith. What's another way you could put more money in your pocket. So i moved them up level and then over. Well if i sold my house for more. I would have more money in my pocket. Now can you handle the objection or can you handle that statement is if i sold my house for more i would put more money in my pocket easier than are not paying you more than six percent. Anyone feel free to answer that you can. Because generally the structure of. I'm not paying more than six percent. Is you start. You start giving them reasons and justifications while you're worth more were they should be paying you six percent some demonstrates is again with the same example. I'm not paying more than six percent while i'm curious. What does that do you. Well that puts more money in my pocket. Oh really. I can understand that. What's another way you'd be able to promote the money in your pocket. Well if i sold my house for more money perfect let me show you. How listing with me. We can get your house sold for more money. You see have. I just moved them up and then over in that i can handle the objection. Does that make sense. See people shaking her head jets. Okay any questions on that because that's moving them up and over so again i'm not paying more than six percents. I'm not paying us six percent. What does that do. I'm curious what does that do well puts more money in my pocket or i'll make more money. What's another way. you can make more money. Well if i sold my house for more now. I can handle that. So that is what's called lateral problem solving or lateral thinking..
"six percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And looking at it in hindsight you're just like how did people not see how stupid this was. And how do play where it's happening right now. One of the things that. I'm seeing on these. Dating apps constantly is women posting their pronouns. Right even if you know. It's not just trans. People that are posting pronouns. It's everybody. I do it on my lincoln right lincoln so people don't get confused. My pronouns her. His majesty your majesty which is what i'm using now when i get confronted about this because one of the things i put my bio is is if you put your pronouns on your bio. I'm just going to swipe left. I don't wanna talk to you. Because i already know that you're not really thinking about this and i've been confronted on it. They're like what's so bad about putting your your pronouns on your bio and i said look. It's not if a if a trans person declares the pronouns. That's great i would like to know what your pronouns are so i can use the proper ones because i'm not a big. I'm not trying to be a jerk to you if you want to use your pronouns. Respectful personal use them. The problem i have with normal people posting their pronouns. Is your normalizing the idea that all of these made up. Genders are are the norm and the mainstream and the you're basically saying that biological gender doesn't exist anymore and you're doing it on dislike what you're attempting to do is you're attempting to control the conversation. Yes and what bothers me about that. Is these these corporations and the media outlets that are pushing this. Do they really even care about your gender or the point point point six percent of the population that are trans. Know what i think. They're doing it. Is i think these corporations want it. So people are confused about their gender. Because when you are confused when you when you erase the concept of what is natural you create people that are insecure and insecure. People are better consumers. Ian bail was denied by the magistrate..
"six percent" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"And that's the part. We quantified six percent so we argue. The both components are quite important now for many people. You get both at once. So if i'm working or not working. I'll get them both or neither but we might think that some policies might target. It might matter if it's really the atrophy from sitting around. That's the big deal. Or i just miss out on this great on the job learning that i would have had. Yes so this is interesting michael. So the human capital depreciation laws funding economy. You could compute something like that for the pandemic right. We know via sort of standing still for a period of time in in almost eighty. You any industry It should have some negative effects. Absolutely i mean. There's been a ton of policy focused here on the loss learning for students. But you're right the people who are adults who are not working if it can be a huge loss to the economy so you know when we think about trade offs into ants off Incentives to bring the economy back. This component is not really factored in there. And if you measure this if it is possible to measure this might alert higher than the tactical. Pity's that's right on my impression that a lot of our unemployment policy or just thinking about unemployment is we would like to avoid avoid it from the perspective of an individual now. That would be true even if there were. No depreciation right. You're not earning you don't have in common so you can't pay your rent and so forth and in terms of just understanding the size of losses. It's of immense importance. An even understanding the distribution of losses across different types of people in terms of how that would affect say optimal policy it winds up getting very complicated very fast and so a lot of it depends on does depreciation accelerate or decelerate as the length of your unemployment's go for longer and that interacts with how fast.
"six percent" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations
"Superior fisherman. A sly lem lists each card set of wyatt of the tracer. Put it as other like six percent. There's was sixty eight percent. Listen all rotted tribes listed twenty percent. Think what is really a clot. That's the court that their england. There yacht clinician is superior fishermen of the columbia river. They inspect justify. They solve where they're taught nas kinda ridiculous. The only divide people call yourselves. Superior to label sadness commodity us for toppling toppled chain of to see to the It's also is five years before the damn you've got that was ca- chain barbers. That's slow false shows. Each settlements chose esperance tribe settlement chills. Yeah coordination springs arison. Has she.
"six percent" Discussed on Podcast Pontifications
"My words. Forty one percent listen. Fifty seven percent to forty one percent forty one percent listen and that means download the episode st episode. Whatever for forty one percent of that fifty seven percent read the text. now there's probably some overlap. I know there are some people who go to the written word page to re to to a play the episode. But that's a really small number and there are some that do hybrid of both. But that's fine. Look this is not about an absolute number. It talks about the trend talks about the intent of people who want to just read as opposed to listen. Keep in mind. The only thing i talk about is podcasting. My show is designed for working. Podcasters like you. Every single word i write is really only of interest to podcasters. Podcast like to listen to stuff. But apparently i also like to read so yeah. Your website matters a lot like a lot. And that's that's from what the audience prefers. Let's go to the people who don't know anything who just discovering my content. In february seventy six percent of my website. Traffic was from organic search. Seventy six percent of my traffic was from organic search and for seo nerds out there less than three percent of them were branded search terms for the rest of you. What that means is only three percent of my search terms. Are things like podcast pontiff vacations. Not people who are struggling to find my content. It's from.
"six percent" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"That are effectively universities than they. I you know seriously. Entertain the european university. But the thing that we think of university. University tests is guilt as i setup as a guild by a bunch of law students who've got in bologna and there are issues with the townspeople. Bukit trying to fleece them peluso issues with the people who are teaching them so the university. The guild of people in that city is formed of the students. So it's a guilt of the students. Universitas means the collection of everybody in a place. Doing something you can have a universe test of coppola's in this case it's a universe task of students so they set up a guild and it has a set of rules and the was of relatively straightforward this for the students. There's a set of fighting each other but apart from that very limited in shoot make nations all the regulations all about the stuff so they're all about The staff is supposed to turn up on this very strict rules about. They have to start when they have to start the lectures and when they have the finish them and if the lectures going on for too long the students were obliged to get up and go to show that their displeasure at the tardiness clear about following the curriculum. Not skimping on the heart. Bits making the students making sure students understand the curriculum properly and not getting into any of the teaching the coasting bits so they got to make that clear. This staff have to swear allegiance to the shoots victor. They aren't allowed town without asking permission to the students. They have to get permission to do that. Obviously the way the stock get paid is through the student fee. So yeah there's a coke cleared economic will link but the students have all these rules unfortunately when we get a fortunate when you get to northern european universities there have more theological in focus and so it's the bishop's chancellor who takes charge of organization and these become masters universities said northern european universities are masters and scholars universities with a group of the italian southern european. Universities are student universities. So you get this. Dichotomy organizational structures. We don't get papa student university in in inning and certainly there's a sense of high britishness the universities with director. But it's nothing of the same kind of power that we get from southern new. Now next up. It's been fast this week to mark the occasion jessica's published issues digital experience insight survey. Amitai what did we learn similar to what we have been discussing today a really timely survey Of twenty one thousand students. And it's really interesting findings. We find that thirty. Six percent agreed that they were given a chance to be involved in online learning. And that. Potentially i think we'll agree. Could be could be more but despite this we've got six percent of students Saying that they had a really positive experience with online learning and just a half present. The design online learning materials. I think there's a really interesting story here..
"six percent" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"These two effect starting april twenty first and producers have until march thirty first twenty twenty four to adhere to the new guidelines the kentucky dealers association or also known as the katie is calling for a modernization of tourism rules after visitor numbers to the states. Bourbon distilleries plummeted sixty six percent in twenty twenty which is the first decline.
"six percent" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"But it's really meant. And i. And i like the strategy here. It's if you will of a rescue kind of therapy. What i mean by that is after exposure with mild to moderate disease if you are not yet hospitalized not on oxygen but at high risk of progressing to that we now have an option and a good option in terms of doing that. Now i mentioned that because monoclonal have not been well used in the us in many of us. Think that the use of monoclonal the use of high tighter convalescent. Plasma are therapeutic options. That are underused in should be used. So gregory you said for high risk but not necessarily so ill. Oxygen is this an outpatient therapy primarily. It's designed to be infused As an outpatient these are these are did monoclonal. Antibodies are something that we would be very careful about in in a hospitalized patient or somebody already on oxygen and the reason for that is. We don't have any data of their benefit once the horses so to out of the bar. It's really in that early stage that we want that. They're found to be the most effective fed to try to keep people from progressing or from needing hospitalized. Jackley exactly that's great anything else you'd like to share with us today greg Let's see when. I was just thinking when you were saying that about Vaccines that's that's a little over. Eleven percent of the american population is already gotten vaccine. And i guess you know. I'm just i'm really encouraged. To tell you the truth. I now see when i have to go out. I see everybody in a mask now. Sometimes they're not using it appropriately and we should mention that. Cdc has come out with a recommendation that you either wear a surgical mask tightly. Or you put a cloth mask on top of that in essence what is called double masking. That was found to be over ninety six percent effective in preventing transmission. That's slightly better than vaccines. So this is highly effective and encouraged about. Is you know we can see the light at the end of the tunnel unless this virus It comes up with something. we're not expecting. it really does work. We have solid data. If you wear a proper mask properly if you maintain distancing if you get vaccines we're going to get back to normal. That's wonderful. And i have to say greg that when i go out and see people in masks i am continuously amazed by noses covered gaps. It's like they're wearing a mask but not really wearing a mask. I know at mayo that we have determined that. We are all wearing masks because we're wearing surgical masks tightly fitted to our faces long so it truly makes a difference. I think how you wear the mask for. I see the same thing. The other thing i see in you know. I'm always.
"six percent" Discussed on Habits and Hustle
"What am i going to do as myself. And what's going on. it's really hard when you're scrolling instagram. And you see all these couples and it feels like everyone else has found someone or maybe the stage. All of your friends are having kids. And you haven't found a partner yet and it's so hard not to look at that and say oh. That person has what i want. And i don't have it and so the first step is just understanding. Like instagram is not reality. And spending a lot of time on their comparing. And despairing doesn't serve you and so that. Might you know what might help. You is just unblock blocking people whose profiles make you feel bad about yourself. Spending less time on there. And i think just intellectually understanding that what people are portraying on social media is who they want you to think they are versus who they are and i forget the exact research but i think they saw something that was like couples who start posing a lotta pictures on. Facebook are more likely to break up then couples. Who don't and it's actually we assign of trying to portray something other than reality so this kind of goes back to the intention action gap. It's you might. You might know that. This is true about social media. Doesn't mean you do anything about it but the doing some report. It is the things like blocking people that don't make you feel good spending less time on there and actually spending time with real couples and seeing from your friends who are in relationships. What are the good parts. Water the bad parts. What are you struggling with. And if you are someone who's married than be more vulnerable share with your friends. Hey my husband. Has this trade. That i find really stressful. And this is what. I'm going through and by actually sharing the hard parts about relationships with your single friends. You help them know that when they get into a relationship they experienced that that's inevitable in. That's normal that's not a sign of failure. No i know. I feel that we always want when we don't have like the people who were single to be married the people who are married wannabe single. Right i mean. That's just again that i find that to be very much human nature right. We just want what we can't have. I mean i'm talking more about the grass is always greener. Like you could be married still and you know i can be like oh that it did anything like i said these all these. These are all overarching. Concepts can apply to anything right at person. Looks like they're more successful than i am. That person looks at skinnier than i am. That person looks like they're happier because they are skinnier than i am. We put so many different like right like we create our own stories of what we see and we have like you know. We know like six percent of the pie but how does people. How do we get over. The grass is always greener. Like i i guess this is a question again. Two people who or who are already self aware who are already intelligent who know their behavior is flawed and yet they can't stop themselves. And i don't want i don't mean to make you repeat yourself from what you said but the whole a just like the grass is green the whole thing like The whole grass is greener on the other side..