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"state health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"State Health Department is trying to reach the other half. American Berman, State Health Commissioner Kristina Buck says about 20% of Hoosiers. Don't trust or don't want the vaccine. We saw the number of people double At both sides after the alert went out more than 1000 people came to I M s When we had seen the number's decreasing in the previous face. The process potentially saved hundreds of lives. Department chief Medical officer Lindsay Weaver says. People have been more willing to get the shot when it's available in places where they're comfortable from churches to community centers, she says. Some say they're waiting till they can get it at their doctor's office. Eric Berman 93 W I. B. C Mobile, the president buying again called for unity in his speech to a joint session of Congress last night. Stared into the abyss of insurrection and autocracy pandemic and paid. And we the people did not flinch. Very moment. Our adversaries were certain we'd pull apart and fail. Came together. We're United Republican Congressman Larry Bush. Sean was critical of the speech, saying that the president has shown no interest in working with Republicans. Democratic Congressman Andre Carson praised the speech, saying it was wonderful to see a level headed president addressed Congress. Better throw any of that velvet ice cream or sure, but that you may have bought between now and March 24th you better throw it away. The company says it may be contaminated with listeria. It's draft day in the Indianapolis Colts are picking 21st overall in the first round. Owner, Jimmer say, is confident that GM Chris Ballard will deliver. You have to give them their privacy to his owner. You have to respect their process and you don't want to over metal off the draft starts at eight o'clock and you can listen live right here on 93 w Y D. C. I'm Kirk darling. On the level on the going down W y b c calm with 24 7 customer service and guaranteed repairs. You're progressive policy works the way it's supposed to go on like this Stressful meditation guide, Take a deep breath. Focus.
Latino Leaders in Iowa Discuss Closing Vaccination Gap In Their Community
"The iowa department of public health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on. Nearly eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe enrico henry of the iowa league of united latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access. Which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be pleasing. The responsibility upon a community members to get access to find out how to access e feels. There should be more culturally appropriate outreach and places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cova nineteen phone
M&T Bank Stadium mass vaccination site to start taking walk-up appointments
"Bag Stadium, Mass vaccination site is going to offer same day walk up vaccinations that starts Friday. 200 walk up vaccinations, lots of available each day from 10 to 27 days a week that does not include Orioles Day game dates when parking lots are expected to be full. The University of Maryland medical system is operating the site in partnership with the State Health Department, the National Guard in the Maryland Stadium Authority. Officials say walk up times and capacity are likely to change over time
Latino leaders in Iowa discuss ways to close vaccination gap
"Coronavirus vaccinations. Now open to all i. O adults aged sixteen and older. But there's an amplified concern from latinos there about barriers to access and they're asking state and federal leaders to improve outreach. I went department of public. Health says fewer than two percent of doses administered have gone to latinos on the eighty percent have gone to whites. Joe rica's henry of the iwa league of united. Latin american citizens feels the overall effort has been geared toward personal access which doesn't help minority groups. This is not rocket science. They should not be placing the responsibility upon Community members to get access to find out how to access feels. there should be more culturally appropriate outreach. In places like grocery stores and we says latino communities face many disadvantages including lack of information in languages other than english and technology gaps to sign up for appointments online. The state health department did not respond to a request for comment before deadline. But it does have a multi lingual cove in nineteen phone
'Let Them Play' Group Files Lawsuit Against Michigan for Mandatory Athlete Testing
"Let them play. Michigan are high school sports advocacy group, and some parents are now suing the state wanting to stop a new requirement that all teen athletes be regularly tested for coronavirus. That directive was set to go into effect today. Governor Whitmer and the State Health Department announcing the free required rapid testing nearly two weeks ago as a way to help curb the spread of covert 19 amid the climbing case rate. It is now the country's highest. The suit alleges that the state order and related guidance were not issued in compliance with requirements and are quote arbitrary and
The Latest: Michigan reports coronavirus variant from Brazil
"There's some worrisome news from the nation's latest covert hot spot Michigan has had the nation's highest infection rate in the past week now the state is confirming its first case of a variant identified in Brazil it was found in a resident of bay county where health officials are investigating the person's exposure history the state health department says the Brazilian variant is considered more contagious than other strains variance first identified in Britain and South Africa have also shown up there Michigan's health director is urging residents to do what works to slow the spread of the virus wear masks socially distance avoid crowds wash hands and get back the needed everyone in the state will be eligible starting Monday I'm Ben Thomas
Minority of vaccinated Washington State residents test positive for COVID-19
"The State Health Department says that they've discovered a small percentage of people who have been fully vaccinated but also test positive for covert 19. Scientists identified 102 so called vaccine breakthrough cases out of one million fully vaccinated people That's about 10.1% scientists, same or investigation is needed to uncover any pattern between the cases like if a variant may have been
All Adults in Washington Will Be Eligible to Get Vaccinated May 1
"State, confirming another 960 new cases of covert 19 an additional 14 deaths related to the virus as compost. Brian convert reports. The state has also confirmed when everyone can get in line for the vaccine. If you've had a near on governor Inslee, this announcement is more of a formality. After all, he said last week, he would follow guidance from the feds and make everyone age 16 enough eligible for the covert vaccine. On May 1st. He waited longer than other governors, he says. For good reason. Governors look great when they just say everybody's eligible for the vaccine. But it's one thing to be eligible for that vaccine, and it's another to actually be able to get it usually must now be more confident in our vaccine supplies. The State Health Department confirmed yesterday that yes, may 1st is the date any chance that date could be moved sooner Doubt that because we do need to get these folks who are most at risk today, and we have to consider that on March 31st less than a week from now, Another two million state residents will qualify for the vaccine, which means Another two million people will be vying for those hard to get appointments.
Here’s how to register for a coronavirus vaccine waitlist in the Houston area
"The state health department says people between the ages of fifty and sixty five have been elevated into what they're calling group onc- of the state's distribution plan harris county. Judge lena hidalgo is encouraging qualifying. People to sign up on the county's waitlist page at ready harris dot. Org remember election is randomized. It's not first come first serve but we're getting through those vaccines and of course we're going to keep pushing the state and the federal partners to send us more vaccines. Judge hidalgo says just under ten percent of harris county residents have been vaccinated and the goal is at least seventy percent. That's one reason why top medical leaders in houston say. It's too early to tell if enough people have been vaccinated to significantly stem the spread of covid nineteen
West Virginia governor announces 168 unreported COVID deaths
"The governor of west Virginia's announcing dozens of covert nineteen deaths in his state went unreported and that could up end the data that was used to lift virus restrictions West Virginia governor Jim justice apologized and called it unacceptable some one hundred sixty eight corona virus deaths went unreported he says officials discovered sixty four hospitals nursing homes and care centers failed to report deaths to the state health department according to state records there have been two thousand three hundred thirty Kobe deaths in West Virginia not including the one hundred sixty eight with infections and hospitalizations dropping over the past two months the governor last week lifted capacity restrictions on businesses and allowed larger social gatherings I'm Jackie Quinn
Vaccines limiting COVID-19 spread among Washington’s older population
"State of Washington chose to vaccinate its most elderly population first, and there's been an obvious payoff. Is Dr Frank of Alaska was who is the chief health officer officer in Spokane County. Please stay steady. Will continue to go well, if you were elderly people are testing positive for covert, which he says is great news, considering older Americans are more likely to have the most serious illness after contracting the virus. For example, he told Kxl why in Spokane during the first week of March that county on Lee 18 of its new covert cases for the week, we're in adults over the age of 70. So far, more than two million people have been vaccinated against Cove it here in Washington. The state Health Department confirms another 665 cases of the virus, along with 14 more deaths in the past, 24
Cuomo’s New York Nursing Home Scandal Is Only Getting Uglier
"Morning. New allegations that new york governor andrew cuomo concealed. how many nursing home residents died from covid. Nineteen the new york times and wall street journal both reporting that top cuomo aids. The number of deaths from the virus that long term care facilities on a state health department report in june. Leaving out those who died in hospitals after becoming sick in nursing homes the result and under counting of nursing home resident deaths by the thousands komo's office and the department of health quickly releasing a statement overnight. Defending their decision not include. The hospital deaths saying in part. The decision was made to initially release the report without the out facility data and to later update the report to include the out of a celebrity deaths and believe fully in its conclusions that the primary driver that introduced cove into the nursing homes was spread by its
Cuomo aides allegedly altered report on nursing home deaths
"Is gaining strength. Federal investigators scrutinizing New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Some New York lawmakers are calling for Governor Andrew Cuomo's impeachment outlets, including The Wall Street Journal in the New York Times reported the top aides altered a state health department report that was issued in July to admit the true number of people killed by Coben 19 in the states nursing homes, the newspapers say states analysis reported over 6400 people have died, the state's nurse Homes, but that the original draft included more than 9200 deaths. Secretary to the Governor Melissa to Rosa told lawmakers. The administration didn't turn the data over to legislators in August because of worries the information will be used against them by the Trump administration. The state now acknowledges that at least 15,000
Florida reports about 6,100 new COVID-19 cases and 126 additional deaths
"Is is reporting reporting about about 6100 6100 You You covet covet 19 19 cases cases and and 126 126 additional additional deaths. deaths. The state Health Department confirms the positivity right for new cases is about 5.4%, also about 36,000 people received their first vaccine on Wednesday and over 17,000 received it. Second dose. Overall, Florida has vaccinated more than 3.2 million people. So far,
New Report Confirms New York City Officials Altered Count of Nursing Home Deaths
"J There's a new report today. The Governor Cuomo of New York did try to cover up nursing home deaths, New reports say the actual number of people who died of covert 19 in New York nursing homes Was altered by top aides to Governor Andrew Cuomo to hide higher number in a state health Department report in July. The reporting comes from the Wall Street Journal in the New York Times. It cites documents and anonymous sources that say the governor's team pushed state health officials to alter the public reports so that only those who died inside long term care facilities were counted. Not those who became sick there and later died at a hospital. The U. S attorney's office in Brooklyn and the FBI are investigating the matter in New York. Tanya John Powers Fox
NY officials altered count of nursing home deaths
"For New York Governor Andrew Cuomo SEX harassment claims earlier this week now nursing home deaths, they're back, new reports say the actual number of people who died of covert 19 in New York nursing homes was altered by top aides to Governor Andrew Cuomo to hide a higher number in a state health Department report in July. Reporting comes from the Wall Street Journal in the New York Times. It cites documents and anonymous sources that say the governor's team pushed state health officials to alter the public reports so that only those who died inside long term care facilities were counted. Not those who became sick there and later died in the hospital. Tanya Jive
NY officials altered count of nursing home deaths
"Have more information. In another scandal in circling Cuomo involving the reporting of covert 19 deaths. The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times report that the true number of people who had died in nursing homes in New York was altered by the governor's top aides in a state health Department report in July. The AIDS reportedly pushed state health officials to alter the public report so that only residents who died inside long term care facilities and not those who became ill there and later died at the hospital were counted.
"state health department" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"New York State Health Department not to include certain patients in the states covet 19 nursing home death totals. Governor Cuomo's administration pad a complete picture of nursing home deaths as far back as last summer, but chose not to release that information to the public. The Wall Street Journal reporting that Cuomo stop it. Visors convince state health officials to change their reporting on nursing home debts boxes. I shall husband, Governor Cuomo's office responding, the department held back the numbers of nursing home patients who died in the hospital because it couldn't be adequately verified. State lawmakers scheduled to vote Friday to strip the governor of his emergency powers to handle the pandemic. All quiet at the U. S Capitol Thursday reported threats of violence failed to materialize. But Capitol police still want the added security to remain U. S. Capitol police are requesting members of the National Guard continue providing security for another two months, a request being reviewed by the Pentagon. Thousands of troops were deployed to the capital following the deadly January 6th Ryan, extra barricades and razor wire fencing was installed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says decisions about extending the guards. Deployment will be made by security officials. Locks of Jared help, Really. A draft copy of the security recommendations from a task force appointed by the speaker suggests the creation of an armed quick reaction force of the capital possibly staffed with a new permanent military Police battalion in Washington. How long does it take to raid the Senate's version of the president's coronavirus relief plan? Or the nine hours so far in the Senate clerks. They're still at it at this hour, including during a period of retroactive eligibility under section ailing Senate debate and vote on the bill could come in the wee hours.
Two pharmacists fired after one allegedly took COVID-19 vaccines home, mixed doses at DMH in Illinois
"Indicator. We're a couple of pharmacists have been fired. The story comes from the Chicago Tribune and the reporting of Lisa Shankar, who joins us now, Lisa, welcome back. Thank you s Oh, tell me about what What's going on here in Decatur? Sure. So, um, we foid my colleague Jomar. Avoid a emails from the Illinois Department of Public Health. Freedom of Information Act. You filed? Yeah, thank you and looking asking for anything that they had received having to do with complaints about how vaccines have been administered and there were emails between Memorial health system, which is hospital Decatur and State Health Department because apparently to pharmacists employed by memorial health system were fired after one of them took doses home to her family members and incorrectly or inappropriately mixed doses of the vaccine. On a day when 300 of their health care workers were vaccinated, let's take the first one first. Um the the pharmacist has not been identified. Right. The emails did not include names in the health system that they couldn't tell us names. She was fired because the health system said what? She took vials home to her family. How what did she do? Sure, the health system. Apparently, What happened is she took a dose is home to her family members, According to these emails, the health system said that she took two doses and her family members were not people who would have been eligible for the vaccine. At that time. We know how many people were talking about. Um, health systems that she took two doses. Doses. Okay. And then the other situation and I didn't really understand this. Um, what defense was that? You explained it in the peace but that they were mixing doses from vials. Explain that for me. Sure, so if each let's say each vial of a fight of five your vaccine contains like six doses. After the pharmacist takes the six doses out of the vile there still might be a little bit left at the bottom of the pile. And so what This farm sis did was take that little bit that was left at the bottom of the vile and combine it with leftovers from other vials. Um, which to me? It sounds like a great idea. Yeah, right, And they're actually has the controversy about that, in some places about you know, is that a good way to get more vaccine? But the FDA said that that should not be done that That's a bad idea. Because it is. The sexy doesn't contain preservatives. So if you're mixing Vaccine from different vials. It could lead contamination issues. That's because the vaccine was taken out of one vial introduced to the Needle and the syringe and then reintroduced to another violence that what is that worthy infection? Which, Because it's more like Let's say you have a tiny bit of it left over at the bottom of a few different vials. And then you combine that little bit from the few different vials to create one new dose. Okay? And and that's the same pharmacist who was You took two doses home to her family, right? Okay, so two pharmacists were fired. What did the other one do? We don't know. We know it had to do with with this incident, but the health system, um, would not say how this other pharmacist was involved, so maybe covering it up or something like that. Yeah, We just We don't know you. I'll just
24,000 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine to arrive in Houston and other Texas cities
"Learning that fema vaccination sites in houston and two other. Texas cities are set to receive twenty four thousand doses of the johnson and johnson. Vaccine tomorrow according to the state health department another two hundred thousand doses are expected in texas next week. The johnson and johnson vaccine only requires one dose and can be stored in regular refrigerators. Its efficacy rate is just over seventy percent the pfizer and moderna vaccine are both around ninety five percent
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"State Health Department, and it allows the state to reallocate vaccines to where they will be most rapidly administered. To Arizona Teachers air having trouble getting their second dose of covert vaccine, Heather tells the mic broom head show. She and her husband got the first dose mid January, but when they tried to schedule the second one came up for both of us that the vaccination appointments were full through the month of February. She's not seeing appointments available for March. Either. America, the county spokeswoman tells Katya are more appointments and vaccination sites will be opening as more vaccine arrives. Katya your eyes on immigration. Arizona's attorney general out with a warning for the Department of Homeland Security over President Biden's ban on deportations for 100 Days marked Burn. A bitch tells Katie a R Arizona and the feds had an agreement signed earlier this month. We're supposed to contact us and consult with us before making any radical changes to our immigration policies. He says The ban violates the agreement on federal judge in Texas today granted a restraining order keeping the banned from going into effect. Act, and we now have new details on the two fugitives who escaped the Florence prison. On Saturday. DPS says they were spotted on surveillance video trying to rob a convenience store in Florence. Her picture and description. Go to K t a r dot com on now, for a check on traffic live from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. We got no crashes to report. Roads are clear and Skies are clear. Also, we're going to drop down into the thirties. Tonight. It's going to be a cold one. Tomorrow Sunny with a high near 60 right now. 46 degrees in Phoenix, Whether brought to you by Howard Air, whether replace the repair, call Howard Air. I'm Deborah Dale on Arizona's new station, Katya. Our news. If you worked at Motorola or another semiconductor plant, your.
"state health department" Discussed on KOMO
"Of nonstop news on comb. Oh, it's 606. Earlier this week, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar indicated there would be millions of extra vaccine doses released to the states. We are releasing the entire supply we have for order by states. Rather than holding second doses in physical reserve. But new reporting in the Washington Post shows there were no doses available in reserve. As a result, states that had been gearing up to expand distribution of the Copan vaccine have no extra doses to give out in a tweet. The Washington State Health Department says they understand why people may feel the situation is confusing and frustrating. Oregon Governor Kate Brown calls it A deception on a national scale. We've reached out to health and human services for comment. The State patrol the National Guard, preparing for any possible protests or confrontations at the state capital this weekend. Here's combos Charlie Harder with Maura Fence lined with troopers and guard members continues to surround the capital and nearby buildings. This comes, says the FBI warns of possible threats at all 50 state capitals between now and January, 20th. State trooper Chelsea Hudson tells coma, they continue to monitor intelligence coming in well this point in time, we don't have any known explicit threats that would indicate details of the time place or specific activity in our area. FBI Highlights Sunday and Inauguration Day is the two days to be on the highest alert, Hudson says they're ready for whatever comes their way. Charlie Harder come O'Neill's. There is increasing concern for the safety of journalists covering protests at state capitals across the U. S. And in Washington, packing a gas mask and helmet has become the new normal is starting to look just a bit like what foreign correspondents face in the world's conflict zones. This week, the Oregon State police gave virtual training on what to do if there's a shooting rampage in the state Capitol building. Former longtime foreign correspondent Andrew Selsky, says there are increasing risks to journalists in America. Lawmakers in Olympia had their first public hearing on a major police reform bill that would affect Washington's 11,000 police officers and update now here's come. Oh super marrow, the Criminal Justice Training Commission certifies law enforcement in the state of Focus of House Bill 10. 82 is on D certifying officers that have shown misconduct. Many who spoke where family members of people who died after interactions with police. Elaine Simon says the officer who killed her foster son should not have been on the job in his 11 year. Career. He is responsible for three of nine killings in Auburn Washington. To me, that is a serial killer. Law enforcement agencies opposed the bill, which would also change the makeup of the training commission, with fewer police and more private citizens. Maura Than 70% of the members of the commission would not be experts in or be subject to the rules of the actions of the commission. That's Jim McMahon with the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chief's Soup. Romero Come on news The Washington state Supreme Courts has Benton County Sheriff Jerry Hatcher may have committed a felony when he backdated an official document on an internal review of his actions. The court already allowed a recall effort to move forward but yesterday released a lengthy rebuke of the sheriff's actions come most. Carleen Johnson reports. The initial report back in November from the state's high court stated the recall effort against Sheriff Jerry Hatcher could go forward. Now in this 47 page, expanded opinion, the court said all eight charges alleged against him were legally in factually sufficient, including tampering with physical evidence and intimidating witnesses. The officer's union has voted no confidence in their sheriff Alan Harvey is theater knee representing deputy Jason Eriksson, who brought the recall effort. He says the department is united despite the strain of this awkward time, their unity through the sense of purpose that they're doing the right thing for the right reason that they have maintained their professional integrity and and they have gone to work every day, and they're still doing their jobs. Hatcher denies any wrongdoing and no criminal charges have been filed against him. Those behind the recall effort have until May to gather signatures. Carleen Johnson. Come on News Still to come on coma. I'm Corwin Hague, urging you to buy some music and help an ailing Seattle icon. The Falcons hire.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The State Health Department says nearly 4000 people were vaccinated by six o'clock tonight. This was only the first day of operations at the state's 1st 24 7 Covert 19 Vaccination cited State Farm Stadium with the facility scaling up operations. Today's capacity delivered 200 doses an hour or 4800 in the 1st 24 hours. And with priority one be members already getting started with their vaccines. We spoke to the first teachers who got them there. It's state Farm Stadium in arts move forward from steps have to be taken, and that step is getting the vaccine. Victor Gusty. You, a physics teacher at Western School of Science and Technology, says the vaccine gives him hope for a better future transition into new stabbings if we end up going back to school, and he adds that, while virtual teaching is enjoyable for some, it's not the ideal learning platform for students who had to learn how to attend school from home. Do. You also encourages those who can get the vaccine to do so as soon as they can give Welcome in your key TR news. Now Grand Canyon University is also getting into the vaccination business G. C U President Bryan Mueller says they're going to start vaccinations Monday at 27th Avenue and Camelback, and they'll offer an option for walk up vaccines for those who do not have a vehicle. There's a bus stop right there. There is light rail, stop it 19th Avenue, and so we're pretty convenient and it's very walk. You do still have to qualify and register for an appointment beforehand. G C U is offering the vaccinations on its own dime with no government funding. Introduce, he said in his state of the state address yesterday. This year will be the year of the vaccine. But a University of Arizona researcher warns it's going to require Maurer than the vaccine to get covered 19 under control in Arizona, Dr. Joe Gerald, a member of the Your base, Corbett modeling team, says the vaccine will be a powerful tool. However, I don't think we will be able to vaccinate or way out of this problem given how bad we're doing right now. He tells me. We're not vaccinating fast enough, and we're Also doing a terrible job of controlling the spread of the virus. Arizona's a very difficult position right now. Conditions are continuing to deteriorate and we need to doom or including a shelter in place. Order similar to the one governor Do see issued back in March. Result. The city No Katya our news. It.
"state health department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa And update now on the shooting that took place of the mall in while a Tosa, Wisconsin on Friday. Police are releasing some information about the motive of the shooter. They said the bloodshed here was the result of an altercation. This was not a random act of violence, but they're not saying much about the identification of the gunman. Other than that, he is a white male in his twenties or thirties. It was just before three o'clock when shots rang out. Eight people were shot. One of them was a teenager. No one was killed, but panic ran through the mall, Fox's Mike Tobin Your governor Andrew Cuomo will receive this year's international Emmy founder's award in recognition of his leadership during the covert 19 crisis. There's, according to the International Academy of Television, Arts and Sciences. The award is for the governor's daily briefings. It seems a bit bizarre that a governor will get a television Emmy until you look at who else. This group has honored Al Gore, Oprah Winfrey, Norman Lear and CNN's Christiane Amanpour. It's an award by a liberal organization to the liberal Democratic governor of New York. That's folks is Howard Kurtz, but some are very critical of Cuomo's handling of the pandemic more than 6000 covert night covered positive patients. Were led into these nursing home facilities from hospitals under his administration's policy on the State Health Department says that 6800 more than that actually have died in nursing homes and adult care facilities. Kurtz appearing on Fox is America's news headquarters. Over. 19 is forcing many American households to limit their Thanksgiving dinner guest lists some areas of threatening to impose fines on those who don't abide by limits. But many Americans say they will not comply like to T. Smith. Share elective the Clackamas County, Oregon Board of Commissioners and noticed a trend across America that sheriffs and in Oregon are rebelling against these orders. It's an attempt of government to trying to control people in their own homes, and that is wrong. Smith on Fox's car boot arrive. I'm Sal Jian Grasso, and this is.
"state health department" Discussed on WGN Radio
"State Health Department reported over 11,000 new covert 19 cases and 166 deaths, however, due to a reporting delay that includes 66 deaths for Amman Friday. Illinois also said a new single day record for testing more than 114,000 people were tested. Bringing the estates positivity rate to 12.6% is health experts continue to warn of the possibility of people getting sick with both covert 19 and the flu. One woman has already experienced what's being dubbed the twin dem IQ. Katie wouldn't said she got tested after experiencing multiple symptoms, including headaches, stomach cramps, shortness of breath and fatigue. They would did my test and I said, I will just call you with the results and then we'll call you in medicine to go with it. And then about 45. Minutes later, they called me and told me I had Flu B and then coded Woodham says her symptoms began after a recent trip to Florida. Did you hear about the musical artist? Erica bed Do who went to get a covert 19 test and she tested positive in one enough? I just saw your story on WGN TV. Yeah, positive and one nostril negative in the other nostril. You never know. Do you wanna talk to Dr Kevin most, But we may have to interrupt your newscast to get the answer on this it likewise, Heylen Musk, you know, talking about the space X, uh, flight, which was there's a launch to the other. It's delayed Well, it was because of the weather yesterday will be today, but they were supposed to do it, but high winds got in the way, but Elon Musk tested positive twice and negative twice. Yeah, I've heard of people so he was he was not allowed to be around the astronauts of prior to this launch. So probably want to keep the boss away while you're launching a rocket anyway. Well, it's gonna get in the way, doctor. Most will have all of the answers later on this morning. This is the boss. There is like that Thruster B over to the left alone. Just move it. Move it over to the left. Mr Musk, would you? Uh, please sit down? No, I don't like it. Move it back to where it was E. I wanna paint it Red. Uh, President Elect Joe Biden is expected to take a big step in select a woman to head the Pentagon For the first time. The move would stop one of the few remaining barriers to women in the department and the presidential Cabinet. He's looking at Michelle Floren Oy is a top choice for the job. She is a political moderate Pentagon veteran and a scene as a hand favors strong military cooperation abroad. She was also part of the Obama administration and Hurricane Iota. Now the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic season, the systems gaining strength with maximum sustained winds of 80 miles an hour. The Hurricane center says. Iota is centered about 275 miles east of the Caribbean island of Providencia. 904, WGN sports and we say good morning to Andy Maser and Good morning, Dave Schlager morning, everyone. The final round of the Masters is underway. Dustin Johnson started the day with a four shot lead over a group of three golfers. Seeking his first Masters championship in Green jacket. The leaders are on the course right now, Johnson Still it's 16 under party place. Hold number two Tiger Woods through six holes so far has dropped the stroke. He was 100 for the day and then bogey. He is out of 500 for the tournament will keep you updated all morning long. Top team in the Big 10 West is northwestern. The 23rd ranked Wildcats get a 27.
"state health department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Degrees right now the State Health Department yesterday, placing Hamilton County Back in the level three red alert for Cove. It 19 cases. County Health Commissioner Greg Testerman says there have been no major changes and hospitalizations or fatalities. But he says a sustained rise in hospital admissions prompted the state of Ohio to place the county back in that red zone. As a result, Cincinnati public schools has decided to stay on their remote learning schedule for now. A lawsuit over how the village of Cleves disbanded its police force has now been filed The suit accusing the Cleves Council of violating open meetings laws by discussing its plan to dispatch the police department behind closed doors. The village intends to sign a deal with the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department for its law enforcement. Today is the day that the evidence that was presented to the grand jury and the Briana Taylor case Will be released to the public. Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office was granted a two day delay on Wednesday so it could redact witness identification from the hours long deliberations. None of the police officers involved in the raid on Taylor's home in Louisville were charged with her death. A judge ordered transcripts from the secret proceedings to be released due to the high public interest in the case for the first time in decades. Get ready to place your bets in Newport? Not since Newport Sin City Days of the fifties and sixties, have we seen casino style gambling on the side of the Ohio River? Before racing and Gaming's now open in the Newport Shopping Center. Inside, you'll find 500 video style slot machines payouts based on random results from past horse races. Gaming parlor is modeled after Derby City in Louisville. This isn't the first place that Churchill Downs to set a new area like this. And it's been and they've placed Derby City, for example, in Louisville is in a competitive situation, and people have been going.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"State Health Department also applies to child care centers. And shelters. The Mayo Clinic has been using convalescent plasma to treat covert 19 patients, including some here in the ballet is taken from people who have recovered from the virus and given to those in the hospital fighting the disease. Dr Scott Ride with the Mayo Clinic points to research done on its effectiveness in patients who received plasma that has high immune activity and also received it during the first three days of their hospitalization. There was a lower mortality and fewer than 1% had side effects. The FDA now has given emergency approval for expanded use of the treatment. The Valley's mountainside fitness centers plan to reopen this week. But the State Health Department has denied its application that Jim has been closed under an executive order by governor do see it had repeatedly tried to reopen even unsuccessfully fighting the ordering court. No word yet whether the fitness centers will defy the order and open anyway, it maybe next year before we know if the Corona virus is to blame for the spike in Arizona's death, right in the first six months of this year in Pima County Medical Examiner Gregory has ruled out car accidents, suicides and drug overdoses. What about people with preexisting conditions? People die from cove it with some of those people have died and gone 20 anyway. Yeah, probably something else because it does tend to be in a more ill population, but that might not have Arizona doesn't have a death certificate database. America County performs Postmortem Cove in 19 test for people who died from suspected respiratory illness or unknown illness. If last year's numbers are any indication, we need to pay more attention to the car in front of us when we're driving on Arizona's roads. A dog dug, Pacey says there were about 2000. More multi vehicle crashes in Arizona in 2019 that the year before last year in 2019 there about 111,000 crashes and 48,000 rear end collisions left turn accidents came in second at 19,000. There were 39 fewer fatalities than the year before. It's hard to be really excited about those fatalities because there's still 982 people that died, Pacey says. We can all doom or to prevent accidents. Don't tailgate. Don't speed and Dr. Distracted Bob McClane, Katie, our noon Katya are news time coming up on 607. Jamie adheres Detour Dan in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Thank you guys. We've got a full plate here early into this ride with a lot of crashes going on. Record the eye Ken. Eastbound approaching bullet is still blocking the H O V lane out on the West End. Stay right for that. Also, you gotta wreck off right on the 202 Red Mountain Freeway. Westbound 40th street off right, And I can eastbound approaching the deck Park tunnel. Another crash off to the left 19th Avenue in northern motorcycle involved collision and a structure fire that's worth avoiding over 1/12 Street Indian school you could get with Camelback or Thomas either one of them. The body. Good. This traffic report brought to you by online trading academy. Phoenix You work hard for your money. Learn how to make your money work harder for you. Tune in to retire Young Saturday mornings at 7 A.m. and Sunday mornings at 9 A.m..
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"Center, The State Health Department today announced plans to provide free optional Copan 19 testing for all Oklahoma teachers and support employees. It's a plan that was ordered by Governor Kevin Stitt. State school Superintendent Joy Hoffmeister says the testing program is an important component of what she calls a layered approach to in person instruction that will help mitigate the risk of exposure. To everyone in the school community Postmaster General Lois to joy on the hot seat today during a Senate hearing on post office reforms. The hearing included Oklahoma, US Senator James Lankford, who with tongue in cheek pointed out that of course, there were no problems with the Postal Service before the joy was hired. Apparently, the post office never had any issues. There was never any delays. There was never any male that was late. There were never any financial problems. There was never any challenge the mail in voting until 65 days ago when you arrived, and then apparently, all chaos has broken out. Langford thank to de joy for trying to make reforms that Langford says Congress has been unwilling to do for two decades and a pretty amazing story out of Panama City, Florida where a man Originally from Oklahoma spotted two men at a local Wal Mart store carrying a tent who had fled Oklahoma City after being charged with more than 50 counts of child sex abuse. Daniel Rodriguez says he recognized the man from a story on his social media and he called 911. I kept my cool called the cops, and it was crazy. That's what he said in a Facebook live video. Police arrested Robert and Matthew Inman, and they are now Being returned to Oklahoma, the O S B. I is utilizing some new advanced technology to help in cases that involve an unidentified body. Here's Margot Murano at a cost of $3100 each. The agency has acquired 11 mobile ID scanners that have been assigned to crime scene agents across the state. The agents use the hand held devices to scan the fingerprints of an unidentified person, which are then run through state and federal databases with the results returned in minutes already the device Is led to the identification of the deceased woman found in Ottawa County last month. Tulsa police officer A rash, Sarkissian says he is able to walk and stand comfortably now and has scored well on many cognitive tests. He was shot in the head during a traffic stop in late June. I feel very lucky to have such amazing support. Thank you all for everything you've done. For me and my family in a Facebook video today, he said that he and his parents.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The state health department has some new guidance out for schools to help prevent your kids from getting and spreading corona virus we'll have more on that in moments but first Arizona folks Bernie Sanders in Phoenix democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will rally in the valley tonight just two days after a disappointing finish in super Tuesday primaries we are talking about a political revolution and he hopes to regain momentum after losing ten of the fourteen state primaries to Joe Biden on super Tuesday KTA Arjun crosses live at veterans memorial Coliseum in Phoenix with the preview yeah Martha saying no long lines the lines of Sanders supporters but Coliseum crews at work putting the finishing touches on this for the event tonight also a lot of security during go through their checks valley political experts stand Martz says Arizona's primary in a dozen days now even more critical for Sanders campaign Joe Biden has been endorsed by Arizona senator Kiersten cinema and congressman Greg Stanton there is on a we we like to think were important and this time we might actually be important in the presidential sweepstakes at least for the democratic nomination every delegate counts now the rally starts tonight at six thirty doors will open up at four thirty we will carry this rally live here on KTAR live at veterans memorial Coliseum jump cross KTAR news sayings Jim now Sanders visit comes just ten days before the next democratic presidential debate in Phoenix which you can hear live here on KTAR and less than two weeks from Arizona's presidential preference election meanwhile the state GOP reports two hundred eight percent more money raised online in February over January with average gift of thirty nine dollars the executive director credits president trump's visit to Phoenix last month and more Arizonans fearing a socialist Democrat to become president all right deterred and he's all puffed up he called it comes those West Side freeway ride times he's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center where your your head was too big to get to the door well in all fairness you know I can probably say that every morning about seven twenty five AM right every time here's the latest of the freeways did gang up on as in boy they get sick in a hurry southbound I. seventeen just went from twenty seven minutes to thirty five minutes in right time just like that from Peoria all the way down to the I. ten split the eastbound one oh one was a cool thirty four minutes from seventy Fifth Avenue to Franklin right Boulevard just like that another dozen minutes on it it's up to forty six minutes in right time fourteen minutes stop on fifty one bell road to the ten mini stack and I. ten eastbound it's just slowing go forever Bullard all the way into the fifty one freeway expect the slowing go show me the traffic report brought.
"state health department" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"State health department to monitor the medical exemption process to make sure it's not being abused number one. There is a winter storm warning in effect through tonight for the Sierra. And the cascade range as the late storm is forecast to move through California bringing snow down as low as four thousand feet. The national weather service says a mountain travel at hand. Traffic and weather together for you every ten minutes throughout morning drive here on NewsRadio K K, and we'll start with Brian. And if you have to do some out in travel right now you need chains. Eighty you put them on king veil to Donner lake fiftieth twin bridges to Meyers. This report is brought to you by indeed dot com dot com. Things much better closer to home eighty from Roseville. Nine minutes to the cap cities, fifteen minutes on the cap city freeway and you're downtown. Almost back to the limit from elk grove on. I five hundred miles slowing along the way that's a fourteen minute ride. Just seventeen minutes on highway ninety nine still some lingering slowing back to forty seven fifty westbound from Poulsen's at twenty one minute drive. Most all the slowing is between watt and how from woodland on. I five twenty four minutes gets all the slowing. There is between eighty and the garden highway. If you're coming in from Davis, no delays view, sixteen minutes to downtown Sacramento. Indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can post job openings with screener questions, then sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more than D dot com slash higher. Next update at eight thirty. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio K B K. We've got cloudy skies out there today right now. And we've got rain on the way a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. It's snowing right now in the mountains, we've got precipitation to the east of us. We've got precipitation to the west of his it's going to hit us eventually continuing through tonight and into tomorrow morning and chance of precipitation rain and snow in the mountains continues through Thursday afternoon by Friday, it should start to slack off a little bit Saturday. Looks like a nice day. High temperature forecast Saturday, seventy one degrees rolling going to get up to about sixty or so today here in the Sacramento region and our temperatures right now looking like fifty seven degrees in Rancho Cordova, fifty five degrees in Vacaville, and we've got fifty seven here it KFC K in Sacramento as well. It's eight twenty three now NewsRadio K if became. And NewsRadio K checks your money with Kelly brothers agenda vs Burford and brothers. And I know we talked.
"state health department" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And now the state health department is announcing a second adenovirus outbreak said to be a less severe form at another children's facility in south jersey. Four adenovirus cases, four kids sick at the voorhees pediatric facility in Camden County. Sara Lee Kessler NBC News Radio New jersey. New york. Police are investigating the deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters who were found bound together. With duct tape in the Hudson river last week an early theory was that they had taken their lives by jumping off the George Washington Bridge. But neither young woman sustained injuries consistent. With such a fall, the police continue to look for clues of either suicide or homicide unsealed court documents are revealing that a federal grand jury in one thousand nine hundred ninety four was prepared to indict former GOP president, Richard Nixon on four criminal counts. Those forty-five-year-old court documents show that a federal grand jury in February of nineteen seventy four was prepared to indict president Nixon on charges of bribery conspiracy. Obstruction of Justice and obstruction of a criminal investigation. Nixon was never formally charged for crimes in the Watergate scandal and was pardoned by president Ford after he resigned, protect democracy, the legal group that sued to get these documents released called the documents a roadmap saying that they are critical. Historical precedent for ensuring that the facts uncovered in special counsel, Muller's investigation become public and serve as the basis for whatever accountability is necessary. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio. So that's Florida. Gubernatorial candidate, Andrew gillum campaign staffer Omar Smith caught on a Project Veritas hidden camera things seemingly got a little racist..
"state health department" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"State health department says it was first notified of the outbreak two weeks ago and is investigating. It's 'cause the center says it is undertaking. All available infection control and prevention measures to stop the spread of the illness. Dean Scelo, the once powerful Republican majority leader of the New York state Senate is set to be sentenced for bribery and other charges today for a second time WNYC's Gwyn HOGAN reports back in twenty fifteen when skeletal and his son were convicted on federal bribery and extortion charges dean was sentenced to five years in prison. His son Adam got six and a half. But the skeletons got their guilty verdict overturned last year, the two were put back on trial this summer, and once again, prosecutors convinced a jury skeletons used his government position to co worse companies into paying his son for no show jobs all told the father son duo was convicted of making more than three hundred thousand dollars in various schemes. The top charge carries up to twenty years in prison. The team that wanted to build a large ferris wheel on Staten Island has officially called off the project WNYC's, Rachel holiday. Smith has more when it was announced six years ago. The New York wheel project was supposed to bring the world's largest ferris wheel to Staten Island, the six hundred and thirty foot tall tourist attraction was touted as a way to revitalize the island's north shore. But ultimately, the idea couldn't well get off the ground. The wheels developers announced they're abandoning the plan after failing to come up with enough money for the megaproject construction stopped more than a year ago, and in what may have been. A final blow mayor de Blasio turn the developers down for a city backed bailout last month it's unclear what will happen to the Saint George development site where nothing but the wheels large pedestal feet were ever constructed sunny and breezy today with a high around fifty five degrees. Forty seven now in New York City tonight, mostly clear with a low around forty degrees. This is WNYC. Support for NPR comes from Amazon prime video with the Romanovs a new series from the creator of madman. Starring Diane lane, Noah wyle, Christina Hendricks and Andrew Reynolds. A new episode every Friday on prime video. I'm.
"state health department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The state health department says the opioid numbers appear to be down ktar's mark carlson tells us the numbers are both good and bad for the state department of health services says that appears suspected opioid overdoses in arizona fell in the fall assistant state health director sheila show lander tells ktar despite the positive numbers opioids are still killing arizona's we have over a thousand cases of suspected opioid gas reported to us at this time this would be since june fifteenth stay healthy partment says twenty nine percent of fatal overdoses involve prescription opioids and no other drugs mark carlson ktar news a us border patrol agent going to trial for second degree murder prosecutors say in twenty twelve lonnie swertz opened fire on a sixteen year old mexican boy near nogales mexico autopsy showed jose antonio alena rodriguez got hit ten times mostly from behind schwartz's attorney said rodriguez as was throwing rocks to distract schwartz from a drug smuggling attempt the trial starts tuesday in us district court in tucson kathy klein ktar news the investigation into sunday's deadly incident involving an uber self driving vehicle and pedestrian is unique one tempe police sergeant ronald cocktails ktar bruce st james and pamela hughes their message to the public is make sure that you're using a crosswalk there therefore reason we want to keep our citizens safe there well lit areas so you're going to be much safer using that crosswalk crossing mid block he says the woman was not in the crosswalk when she was hit well time to take a look at your afternoon traffic here's detour dan now in the ktar traffic center becky lynn we've actually added a few more problems to are listed i'd say we're deep enough right now hov lane blocked eastbound two zero two red mountain freeway at scottsdale road there's another wreck reported in the hov lane eastbound two zero two red mountain freeway eastern country club near center street southbound i seventeen at bethany home road just south up there's still a crash off.
"state health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The level on on the go women around the country marched today and madison macgill here's what's trending at the hour hundreds of women and supporters made their way to the state house as afternoon if you're a woman you thought about running for congress or another elected office you've got the support of hundreds of women who came out saturday afternoon at the nba on a state house for the women's march but it wasn't just about women being elected to office who was also about women's rights you might remember a very similar happening last year chris davis ninetythree wibc mobile news is there a simple fixed to the government shutdown indiana us senator tatyana let's go ahead and fund the government come together in a bipartisan way and um get all these things done and and continue to do what most speakers care about is make sure that the economy is is growing in a asked raid and build on all the successes we had on tax reform and regulatory reform and some other areas last year numbers are increasing in regards to flu related deaths twenty nine people have died of fluor flu related illness in the last week says the state health department the absence of alcohol sales on sunday could change indianapolis state senator jim merit we're trying to tackle these issues one of time and i will support the somebody sales of alcohol next week on the senate floor indiana takes its yearly count of the homeless on wednesday federal law requires states to take an annual snapshot of how many people are in the shelters or the streets the count will determine how much federal grant money indiana receives a madison miguel on the level on the go on twitter at ninety 93 wibc and wibc.
"state health department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the level launder co women around the country marched today and madison miguel here's what's trending at the hour hundreds of women and supporters made their way to the state house as afternoon if you're a woman whom you thought about running for congress or another elected office you've got the support of hundreds of women who came out saturday afternoon at the nba on a state house for the women's march but it wasn't just about women being elected to office who was also about women's rights you might remember a very similar happening last year chris davis 93 wibc mobile news is there a simple fixed to the government shutdown indiana us senator tatyana let's go ahead and fund the government come together in a bipartisan way and get all these things done and and continue to do what most tutored care about is make sure that the economy is is growing in a fast rate and build on all the successes we had on tax reform and regulatory reform in some other areas last year numbers are increasing in regards to flu related deaths twenty nine people have died of fluor flu related illness in the last week says the state health department the absence of alcohol sales on sunday could change indianapolis state senator jim merit were trying to tackle these issues one time and i will support the be sales of alcohol next week on the senate floor andy anna takes its yearly count of the homeless on wednesday federal law requires states to take an annual snapshot of how many people are in the shelters or the streets the count will determine how much federal grant money indiana receives a madison macgill on the level on the go on twitter at ninety three wibc in wibc dot com now your forecast from the american standard heating weather center after a little bit of sunshine here this morning the clouds will be on the increase throughout the course of the day and venture by this afternoon we are mostly cloudy but here's the good news while are mostly cloudy we are mild with a high temperature getting up to forty three degrees i'm rtd six meter out name jerry reynolds but you just calming the car pro now there's another way to reach jerry reynolds the car pro besides telling him they.