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"susan wang" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:48 min | 5 months ago

"susan wang" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Okay, so they're creating mentality in which you're just supposed to be paranoid and worried all the time. The New York Times the peace today about this, I met Rick tell it says Mask on or off life is getting back to normal and we're rusty. Some title after the CDC issued new guidelines, People are figuring out how to proceed someone to keep their face coverings on C. It's a new style guys. It's like a style. See, here's the thing. The left made this into a virtue thing. As opposed to a scientific Scientifically suggested barrier to spreading, called it Which is conditional on the possibility of spreading coded. They made it into a virtual thing, which is unconditional. You wear a mask? Not because you're attempting to stop the spread of disease. You wear a mask because you're a good person, according to focus on the left, and if you take off the mask your bad person. It's sort of like the joke that I frequently make. I worry on McCall the time the Uncle falls off Lot of people who don't know about you, Macleod. But none Orthodox Jews will be like I'm taken aback at the couple's home vehicle. I guess I'm not Jewish anymore, Right? That's the joke. Okay, well, when it comes to the mask, that's how these people actually feel like if I take off the mask. My good my good person anymore. Yes. You're a good person so long. They're not passing somebody. Coben. My God. Here's the article. Mark Rash hopped on his bike Tuesday in Bethesda, Maryland, peddled off for an afternoon ride realized he forgot his mask. As he turned back. Foreign News came on the radio over his earbuds, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention said masks were no longer required outdoors for fully vaccinated people unless they were in a crowd. Mr Rash, a lawyer, wrote on naked from nose to Chin for the first time in a year, he reached nearby Georgetown and found he was nearly alone and that almost everyone there remain masked. Wondered if there was a story could go into without wearing a mask by and ask, you said. Instead, he went home until his wife. Nothing is changing, but it's happening quickly. It's the spring time of the pandemic. After the trauma of last year, the quarantine are emerging into the sunlight beginning to navigate travel classrooms, restaurants, and they're discovering that when it comes to return to old ways, many feel out of sorts. It's confusion exacerbated by changing rules, state and federal that very bad congressional district or even neighborhood. All while the very real threat of infection remains in some places more than others, or you could have, you know, clear guidelines. You could have actual clear guidelines. Our federal government has decided not to give clear guidelines at all. My favorite is when they say that the guidelines are common sense. I do love that. I love when Anthony was like, Well, it's common sense that you don't need to wear a mask outside after you've accent. Yeah, there's a lot of crap. It's common sense that you have ignored for the past year and a half. I've noticed. Dr Susan Wang of the University of California, Irvine Medical School, explain that conflicted psychology is a function of rapidly changing risk. And the difference intolerance individuals have to risk at president, she said. Most places have a foundation of people vaccinated but are not near the 80% that marks herd immunity with no Children ocular again. You don't know what the herd immunity number is. Israel reach reached her community without 80% vaccinated Also, you don't know what percentage of people have already had Coben and are not vaccinated because that does provide natural immunity, like every other disease known to mankind. Again. This all is just too. It's just you there is to drive two things one a feeling that you are at inordinate risk in there for me, the government help you and to It is to completely skew your risk calculator. But polls show right now is that people who are liberal think their risk of dying from covert is like a multiple what it actually is. I'm talking like 10 times. 20 times 50 times what it actually is. If you think that, of course you're gonna stay home, of course gonna mask until the end of time. That's why it's so damned damaging when you have social media banning people for actually just telling you what the actual risk of covert is by population Group. They have to maintain this level of panic. They have to maintain this level of risk. Best to become a much more common than mere barrier between germs and lungs. They have that they keep that too chatty neighbor BAE, or help the introvert hide in plain sight. They're all these people were like, Yeah, I like the mask. Fine. So continue to do it. Fine. But don't pretend that you're doing it out of some some level of virtue. When the data don't back it don't pretend it's about being patriotic. When the data do not back it It's not about being paid for attic when you're fully vested next to another fully backs human and close proximity and then wear a mask. That's not virtue. That's just stupid. Which sort of defines the entire Biden administration thus far. Already in just a second. We're gonna get to the Biden administration. You know, they say that they're not interested in banning meat consumption, But then they're a bunch of people on the left. Yeah, but maybe we should ban meat consumption. Shocker. We'll get to that in a moment. First. Let's talk about the fact. Your I s P is not just making money off subscription fees. They're making money from spying on you online selling your activity and dated a big tech companies. What's the best way to make sure that 100% of your data is encrypted? 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"susan wang" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"susan wang" Discussed on The Current

"Sick example if there is at. At take in school the class because they were taking their kids back home. To do the tasks and they will not. Cause the the the the personal who close to this kid. And that? That's all what I have after who take care about the clock who take care about. At this school at. PS and how do the digging faction? There's no detail. About that and the government only ensure like we kind of. To the medical people like. Most of. Family that that imposible those. Walk was just GonNa say these are the questions that so many. Parents I think across the country are asking themselves. We have so many people who are trying to call I'm going to let you go to try to get to as many calls as we can, but Susan Good Luck and thank you. Susan Wang parents of a two children in Montreal. As I mentioned, we're getting some notes on social media that people are having difficulty getting through because so many people are calling this is an issue that touches so many people across the country. So do keep trying to get in touch. You can reach us at one, eight, eight, eight, four, one, six, eight, three, three, three or tweet us at the current CBC SEAN is on the line from Orangeville. Hello Sean. Hi. How are you? Doing really good. How are you doing great you're going into grade eight this correct. Yes all right and how you feeling about heading back to school. I bit nervous. I'm going to school this year but your overall pretty good. So why are you going to a new school for Great Eight? Well my family decide for me and my brother that it wasn't a four government plan going expert wasn't safe so. We're thinking about doing online then Kinda realized might. Benefit from the social aspect going back to school so. Family Cyber going back to private school was here and in. So you're leaving the public system and going into private school. Yes I am what do you? How do you feel about that? That's interesting. 'cause my mom's a teacher and so it. Goes to the kitchen. So I, think it's I think our decision for her. A bit nervous. Yeah. But for you and for your family, this was a decision that was made because you don't think the plan that's in place right now as a plan that's going to keep you healthy. No the. All the scene is like wear a mask and here could use your Omega fix a problem. My school on the cloth eight, which is like I think. Like three one third of what my class is usually. and to have proper ventilation. So I'm going to be nice proper social distancing What are you most nervous about in terms of going to new school grade eighth grade? I'm just kinda nervous because like great eight like migrated you. You already know you have your friends there. You've been at school on time. You know everybody is like it's completely new book and like it's so far off until like your school, your elementary school career. Do you know anybody who's going to the school. No You sound like a pretty social guy. So I think you'll be okay but it is something It'll be adventure certainly Sean you talk to you. Thank you and good luck. I. Thank you very much. Then you sean great student in Orangeville terrier. Andre. Picard. Are you concerned that there will be a lot of families like Shawn's who say that what is being offered in the scenarios in in public boards across this country is leading them out of public education. Or I think there's a real concern that there's an undermining of public education people who can afford it are flocking to private schools. We know that people who can afford. It are doing online learning they're creating their own bubbles with the tutors, etc. so what what the real risk here is this growing inequality public schools being even further decimated and I I think that should concern everyone in society what's The answer to that? Then there's a long piece in the Globe and Mail this weekend about that and about how this breaks down on racial lines and class lines what what's the answer to prevent something like that from happening Well the answer is to invest properly in education you know this notion, we have to have smaller class sizes. Why are people going to private schools because they perceive it as safer because the class sizes are smaller, there's no reason we can't do this in our public schools you heard earlier, you know that. This is this is an essential element, not only for a safety but for better learning I, think we know the countries that are doing best with the back to school. They had small classes beforehand and they have even smaller classes. Now, this is so essential to good learning to integrating everyone across the society regardless of class race ability, etc. All of this stuff is so fundamental at such a good investment in. Our health and the the pandemic I think is creating an opportunity that were maybe missing to to fix stuff that's been problematic for longtime Andre Picard as the health columnists with the Globe and Mail we're taking your calls this morning. How are you feeling about heading back to school the number is one, eight, eight, eight, four, one, six, eight, three, three, three Mike's on the line from Ottawa Mike Good Morning. Hi There Matt You. It's a bit like looking into the future. Your senior kindergartner child went back to school in the French Catholic system last week. Yeah. That's exactly right. You went back to school on Thursday and so how's it being for him and for you? Well. We were very much looking forward to it. our main concern really was You know he's a bit of a shy kid so we were. Looking forward to him. Yeah. Going back to school for his you know mainly social development and is emotional and cognitive development, and the thing that we've found that or bit worried about is that. He's he's gone to the classroom We knew he'd have to wear a mask to get to the classroom and maybe in common areas in the school but our understanding was for kids that age that he would be able to take off his mask in the classroom. and. The thing we've heard now is that they're really enforcing mask wearing in the room so. Bit worried about him like reading the. Of other people when they're speaking because at that age are still learning that. She's also very shy. We're a bit worried about him not talking too much and the other thing is you know as a boy, he really needs to to run around and be active and and they're encouraged to stay in their seat and just sit there all day. That's what he's telling US anyway and we're bit worried about not liking schooling more. Do. You understand the position that the schools are in in terms of all of those rules and regulations that they need. They're worried about cases appearing they're worried about the community spread, and so they need kids to you know as many people as possible to wear a mask, but also to eat as. Best. As possible to try to continue to physically distance from each other. I totally understand that but I thought that the whole planning of reopening the school. Was designed to To prevent the spread. By creating cohorts by keeping kids together and not mixing between classroom. So I thought at least in his classroom able to move around and do what he needs to do so that they can keep his attention to to keep the focus on play based learning, which is my understanding, is that the curriculum at that age is based on so that doesn't seem to be happening. So I'm just worried that.

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"susan wang" Discussed on The Current

The Current

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"susan wang" Discussed on The Current

"Of the current. No easy answers, how are you feeling about heading back to school one, eight, eight, eight, four, one, six, eight, three, three, three is the number. It's kind of national conversation taking your calls right across this country one, eight, eight, eight, four, one, six, eight, three, three, three. You can tweet us at the current CBC. Susan Wang is on the line from Montreal Susan. Good Morning Good Morning Mark thanks for that thing to laney cows and pigs are me how are you feeling about kids heading back to school? Fiery worried. What are you worried about? It's a complicated issue. I think I followed that the I came back. So I followed the becoming into county. Almost every kind and the for the open school, I can't stand like as a gun into. Opening, businesses and they wanted appears to have the patient normal agitation. But yeah but like even like a federal or provincial all the gun into beat Dad, the secondly is calming and for the virus thing. Too. Much. On knowing that so I think like to ask the parents. All blades the. Send to back to school ask cycling not to read the responsible. You don't have the option in Quebec of online school unless unless somebody's sick, right. Yeah. That's the problem like a by the law as we don't have like the people are from. Medicine we have to send back to school. Like I what we can see from the Education Minister or school board. We cannot see did tell procedure. What about happen?.

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