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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on AP News

"It's just going to be amazing. I'm probably not gonna have a voice The next day, The Bucks will be the first team ever to play in a Super Bowl on their home field. I'm Ed Donahue, 7500 workers vaccinated for the coronavirus will be given free tickets thanks to the NFL That includes Brian Guilbert, who works a Tampa General hospital. This is actually a bucket list for me to go to a Super Bowl about 14,000. Other fans will be there to Gilbert, like everyone else will be wearing a mask and there will be social distancing. There's like cardboard cut outs. People actually pay for to put inside the stands, so I'll probably have a cardboard cutout next to me. The health care workers will all be from Tampa and Central Florida. They'll see the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be there with my team sitting in the stands watching this It's just going to be amazing. I'm probably not gonna have a voice The next day, The Bucks will be the first team ever to play in a Super Bowl on their home field. I'm Ed Donahue calling House colleagues. Morons. I'm Jackie Quinn within a P news minute. Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene says she's laughing and House leaders who have given her more free time by taking her off committee assignments as punishment. And she reminded the Republicans who voted to sanction her that Donald Trump still supports her. I want to tell you Republican voters support him. Still, the party is hiss. It doesn't belong to anybody else. The president says he didn't want to go it alone on a massive recovery package, hoping for GOP support, But he says, the economy is in trouble and he can't wait. So I'm going to act. I'm gonna act fast. As President Biden pushes toward his goal of 100, mass vaccination sites across the country. The Pentagon is deploying more than 1000 troops to help with that effort. Award winning actor Christopher Plummer, who starred in the Sound of music has died. Stocks ended the week on an up note. I'm Jackie Quinn..

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NFL gives Super Bowl tickets to hospital workers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

NFL gives Super Bowl tickets to hospital workers

"Seventy five hundred workers vaccinated for the corona virus will be given free tickets thanks to the NFL that includes Brian Gilbert who works at Tampa General Hospital this is actually a bucket list for me it was Superbowl about fourteen thousand other fans will be there to Gilbert like everyone else will be wearing a mask and there will be social distancing there's like cardboard cut outs that people actually pay for your good side stands so I'll probably have a cardboard cut out next to me health care workers will all be from Tampa in central Florida you'll see the Kansas City Chiefs M. but Tampa Bay Buccaneers to be there with my team sitting in the stands watching us it's just going to be amazing I'm probably not gonna voice the next day the box will be the first team ever to play in a Super Bowl on their home field I'm a Donahue

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The same day is very similar to what we saw in the clinical trial were 21,000 people got the vaccine and all those 20,000 people out of myself. And my friends about 85% will have some sores on their arm the next day, Kind of what it felt like, you know, maybe with that in case of your kid, you got hit by one of those, uh, Yeah, maybe slower speed. Pitch balls look like you know it still punching the arm of which it somewhere, you know, a lot of other shots. Exactly. We see most people for the fast majority over 90% people. That's gonna be it if anything, and now a few other people may have had some muscle soreness. Drop your body of the cheetahs well, or maybe a headache. The next thing And what's interesting, In fact, popular think people get up 48 hours and looking funny thing that 48 hours. Really those symptoms go away to the large part. Very few people have symptoms. Start 48 hours. It is interesting that you people like you who had prior coded on didn't have more of those symptoms like headache again. Um, uh, T a swell that sort of thing and lateral versus that's what she's gonna have a month of sort of, you know, one of the you know, over 1000 people at a general who's been vaccinated, have anything serious happens to them and like you said earlier, you know, watching the whole world's watching right now, and we really only seen that time more talking really allergic reaction. You know, those are there that we can treat the manager and two of those people and had a crier. Severe allergic reactions, other Bob vaccine and then the woman who had allergic reaction a lot, actually, the same day that you know, I'll be okay, because this vaccine so overall three years training, it looks a lot like with the clinical trial data looks like I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency department at Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with University of South Florida Health. We're in the middle of the worst stretch of this pandemic for most of the country, and that's unlikely to change over the next few weeks. Can you describe for everyone what you've seen and had to deal with as a doctor consistently handling coronavirus patients? Yeah. Then I, You know, a life changing event for myself. But more importantly, for for so many families. This was obviously an unexpected pandemic. We you know, a year ago, we didn't know it existed. And you know now we, uh, life changed forever. So we know what I've seen, of course, is the number of people who have got very sick. The number of people you know who died. You know, there's one patient you will probably tell a story before. I think that, in fact, will be the most was 35 year old woman who, you know she came back. She was very, very sick, and I think she knew she was probably going to die. And she said to me, she said, You know, I've done everything right. Full kind of guy Tried. We're back. Try to stay inside. My daughter lost her dog and needed a place to live. And then she she moved in with me and you know, it's now she's waiting tables. I know that's right now it's from and I don't know what else I could have done. And I go. Well. She could have died. I don't know that there was another, You know easy. Yes, sir. And you know, and she did die. And there was, you know, I think every help for working talking is gonna have I'm free like that. Then I'm story also of a patient who was too young and I didn't really think I have any. You know what we call core? Their knees, in other words was unexpected. Like what? Why this person you know they don't have diabetes or hypertension, or, you know there are overweight, but they're very, very sick and they don't. They don't look like they're gonna do well and everything. I'll just say the last thing is, you know these what we call long haulers. Now we really don't know everything about your virus next very clear to us because we've got people that we're still seeing either in Emerge department. They come back or in the telemedicine health care system site where they're still suffering. You know, even though they were never nice, you don't show up in the data for guests, But they still have so much for tea and so much chest pain, And maybe they're even so requiring oxygen. Some of these are people who had no other medical problems. And we really don't know why, um what it was about this virus it may cause some people have such a long term impact long haulers. After Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency Department of Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with the University of South Florida Health, Dr Wilson thank you so much. First of all, for the tremendous work that you're doing in treating covert 19 patients and also, thanks so much for sharing your personal experience of getting the vaccine as well, what happened to do it right. I hope that it helped other people go out and do the same thing. It's a very important you've actually get is just gonna get 1000 stuff and don't like Right. Finally, I'm joined by that sir Richard Pfeiffer, chief medical officer of Genesis Health Care to talk about the preparations underway at nursing homes and long term care facilities across the country as they get ready for the arrival of covert 19 vaccines. Dr Pfeiffer thanks for taking a few minutes to talk to us before we talk about vaccine distribution. I want to start with an overview of the damage the pandemic has done within nursing homes. And long term care facilities across the country. Tell us about what you've seen and heard. I take it be with you. And you know this has been such an incredibly difficult time for a nursing home residents. Their families, and for those two can for them in their own homes. There's some residents have been the hardest hit in society in general and in the health care system and that actress in the United States but all around the world Become residents are the most likely the cask or a virus because of their close carries in the living situation, and the most likely to have your case if they catch it and even die. In some cases, it really has been devastating and we are working so hard. If the end of this pandemic we can protect them, and it can't come a moment too soon. What if some of the biggest challenges been in trying to keep this Corona virus out of those kinds of facilities? Well, the challenges that actually evolved ever since the first nursing home outbreaks that occurred in the late winter at last year's almost 10 months ago, now at the time, One of the biggest challenges was that we didn't know who had corner virus and who didn't because we couldn't even test for it. That's changed so much, and now we have watched detecting at our disposal, but it took a lot of work to get up there. They also challenges with access to personal protective equipment like math and gallons, never shortages, But we work hard and make sure that we had protection at all times. And so those were great acoustically challenges along the way, and now we have the third leg of the stool. The next challenge is how do we get through the vaccination phases of pandemic Because that's what we needed you to get through the testing phase, the peopie face and now the vaccination faith, and this is an enormous undertaking. This is the biggest public health effort biggest vaccination campaign in human history, and we need to get through it in record time. And I want to get to that vaccination process in a moment real quick, Just taking a look at the situation now and as it's been for the past couple of months, the fear of these outbreaks within nursing homes like what we saw the very beginning of this pandemic. It led to a lot of them being closed off family members friends not being allowed in to see loved ones..

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KTOK

"Many of those people at all and the people who got the vaccine there's only one of those chief of the 5%. None of those people. The modernist second compared to the people didn't get the vaccine there about 10 of those people who got really, really, really safe from Kobe. Right now. We just don't know where bin what part Eastern United threatened. You don't have any simplistic over it, But you may have the virus will be starting around. We don't know this accented there better not yet. This isn't enough time or the, uh, that wasn't quite how it was study. But what we do know is that keeps you from getting sick from Kobe. That's important. So how did you feel after receiving the vaccine? There have been some reports of a few isolated incidents where recipients got an allergic reaction. What was your personal experience like? Yeah. So far. Mike Franks and talking to my colleagues who also had the vaccine on the same day around the same day is very similar to what we saw in the clinical trial. Where 21,000 people that the vaccine and all those 21,000 people and of myself and my friends About 85% will have some stories in their arm the next day. That's kind of what it felt like, you know, maybe what it's about in case of your kid you got hit by one of those may be slower speed. Pitch balls was like, you know, joking, punching your arm, which it's similar to, you know a lot of other shots, and that means we see for most people for the fastest or anything for 90% people That's going to be if anything, and now a few other people may have had some muscle soreness drop their body. Of the Cheetahs well, or maybe a headache the next day. That was interesting, In fact, talking the things people get up 48 hours and looking study thing that 48 hours. Really those symptoms go away to the large part. Very few people have spent some 48 hours. It is interesting that two people I go, who had prior coded on did seem to have more of those symptoms like headache and some fatigue, a swell as the tortoise tortoise and muscle verses that so that she's gonna have the most distorted. But no one of the you know, over 1000 people at the Darrel who'd been vaccinated, have anything serious happened to them and like you said earlier, you know, watching the whole world's watching right now, And we really only seen that time more talking. I think Lee allergic reac. Actually, you know, those are there that we can treat the manager and two of those people had a crier. Severe allergic reactions, other vaccines and then the woman who had the allergic reaction Alaska actually, the same day that you know, I'll be okay. So because the sex scene so overall pretty reassuring and looks a lot like what the clinical trial data looks like. I'm joined by Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency department at Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with University of South Florida Health. We're in the middle of the worst stretch of this pandemic for most of the country, and that's unlikely to change over the next few weeks. Can you describe for everyone what you've seen and had to deal with as a doctor consistently handling coronavirus patients? Yeah. Then I, You know, a life changing event for myself. But more importantly, for for so many families. This was obviously an unexpected pandemic. You know, a year ago, we didn't even know it existed. And, you know, now we've seen life changed forever. So we know what I've seen, of course, is the number of people who have got very sick. Number of people, you know who died? You know, there's one patient you suitable for me. Tell her story before. I think that, in fact, to be the most number 25 year old woman who you know, she came back. She was very, very sick, and I think she knew she was probably going to die. And she said to me, she said, you know, I've done everything right this whole time. I try where back try to stay inside. My daughter lost her job and media place to live. And then she she moved in with me and you know, it's now she's waiting tables. I know that's right. Got this from and I don't know what else I could have done and I go well, she could have died. I don't know that there was another, You know? Easy. Yes, sir. And No, and she did die. And there was, you know, I think every health care worker you talk is gonna have some story like that. There's some story also of a patient who was too young and didn't really seem to have any. You know what we call core thirties? In other words, Just unexpected. Like what? Why this person you know they don't have diabetes or hypertension, or, you know there are overweight, but they're very, very sick and they don't They don't look that look like they're gonna do well. And the third thing. I just think the last thing and you know these what we call long haulers. Now we really don't know everything about this virus. That's pretty clear to us because we've got people that we're still seeing either in the emerge Department. They come back or in the telemedicine Healthcare system site. Where they're still suffering. You know, even though they were never nice to you, they don't show up in the data for death. But they Sophie don't have so much fatigue and so much chest pain, And maybe they're even so requiring oxygen. Some of these are people who have no other medical problems that we really don't know why, um what it was about this virus it may cause some people have such a long term impact long haulers. Dr Jason Wilson, associate medical director of the emergency Department of Tampa General Hospital and associate professor with the University of South Florida Health. Dr Wilson. Thank you so much. First of all, for the tremendous work that you're doing in treating covert 19 patients and also, thanks so much for sharing your.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"There's a nurse's in Tampa Bay Governor Rhonda Satis watched nurse Vanessa Arroyo get the first of nearly 20,000 doses delivered to Tampa General Hospital Monday morning. They're getting enough vaccine here. Tampa General nearly 20,000 doses that they have far more than they would need for just that group of people, meaning doctors and nurses at other Tampa Bay area hospitals will soon get their shots. And next up after that patients in long term care facilities. Gordon Byrd News radio W F L, A A Pasco County assistant principal's been charged with drunk driving and drug possession after a crash on Kathleen Road in Polk County. 49 year old Ralph Stewart is accused of D U I, but also possessing marijuana gummies regular marijuana and narcotics. That's right, all illegal drugs. Do you carry those to school with you? Do you have them in your car when you're at school in an educational environment, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd says Stewart tried to talk deputies into letting him go after the traffic stop. Stuart is an assistant principal at Pasco High School. With 55 days to go before Super Bowl 55 Raymond James Stadium. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he's happy with the improvements that have been made at the stadium, saying there's no question it'll be ready. In a conference call with Tampa media, Goodell says no hard decisions have been made about how many fans will be allowed to view the game in person. I'm not sure there is a specific number. That we're confident, saying this is what it will be. We'll do our obviously our focus will be on keeping them safe. Whoever's there, Goodell says the safety of the fans will be a priority as planning goes forward Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news on Chris Trunk man. A leader on the right reaches out to the incoming leader on the left. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News the day after President elect Biden's win in the Electoral.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Reid Shepherd our top story at six o'clock across the country. The Electoral College meant today to confirm Joe Biden as the nation's 46th president in Florida. The vote took place in the state Senate chamber in Tallahassee. Secretary of State Laura Lee says it was just a very straightforward process heard from multiple electors who say they're not expecting any quote, shenanigans or drama here in the state of Florida there are expecting all of the 29 electors here to vote for President Donald Trump. And within the last few minutes, Biden was confirmed with more than 300 electoral votes well over the 270 needed to win the presidency. First doses of the covert 19 vaccine they're going in the arms of frontline doctors and nurses in Florida Governor Rhonda Cetus watched nurse Vanessa Arroyo get the first of nearly 20,000 doses delivered to Tampa General Hospital Monday morning. They're getting enough vaccine here. Tampa General nearly 20,000 doses They have far more than they would need for just that group of people meaning doctors and nurses that other Tampa Bay area hospitals will soon get their shots and next up after that patients in long term care facilities. Gordon Byrd News radio W F L A. With 55 days to go before Super Bowl 55 at Raymond James Stadium, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he's very happy with the improvements that have been made at the stadium. Saying there's no question it will be ready and will be a great stage for the game. However, he says no hard decisions have been made yet about how many fans will be allowed to view the game in person. Not sure there is a specific number that We're confident, saying this is what it will be. We'll do our obviously our focus will be on keeping them safe. Whoever's there, Goodell says the safety of the fans will be a priority as planning for Super Bowl 55 goes forward. I'm Reid Shepherd News, radio W F L A Is it? The Fox News alert. Another White House, Shaka Finally. Scylla. CERA President Trump Tweeting. Attorney.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Is. The vaccine will be given to the staff that deal with Kovar patients here at Tampa General Hospital. Now this is a on Lee level one trauma center in this area, which is the reason it's one of the first five hospitals that's going to get the Corona virus vaccine in the state of Florida Fox Business Network is Edward Lawrence, its electoral college Day in each state electors will gather and vote 538 in all states have certified their election results. Showing a win for president elect Joe Biden. President Trump. Still, it says he won the election was rigged with fraud. Federal courts like this weekend in Wisconsin, have ruled on the merits of the case and found the president. His legal team lacked the evidence to back their claims. That's Fox is Rich Edson. If you Google Google this morning, you'll see that it had some big issues affecting a lot of people. Fox's Jeff Man also explains Live Dave Google Services were hit this morning by what the company says was a global outage affecting YouTube, Gmail, Google maps even serving This is used for virtual classrooms across the country with down detectors data showing Google outages across Europe, India, Japan and Australia that we short time ago. Google saying on social media that its services are all clear, as some users still reported being offline and no indication yet if Google was hacked Dave, if U S Treasury and Commerce departments were hacked or email systems access to Russia's denying reports that say it's behind that attack. America's listening to Fox News. Going, Georges talk. Don't you do when? Good morning from the access wi you and hearty Chevrolet newsroom. I'm B. J. Williams, local health care officials saying it is not a good idea to have large Christmas gatherings this year, they say, if you feel like you have to have a Christmas party or Christmas gathering, you need to stay as safe as possible. We also don't want it. Accidentally infect Grandma. That's Dr John Dell's L. The vice president of medical education at Northeast Georgia Health system, he says. People need to be smart if they have folks over for the holidays to avoid the continued spread of covert 19, he says, You need to ask anybody coming. Dear House if they've had any symptoms, or if they think they've been exposed to anybody with Cove. It And if they say yes to either of those things, please ask them to stay home campaign season not quite over for President elect Joe Biden. He will be in Georgia tomorrow to hit the campaign trail for fellow Democrats. Just as early voting gets underway today. GNN cynical Wilson with the story. President elect Joe Biden will be in Atlanta on Tuesday to stump for Democrats John Ausaf and Raphael Warnock, who are in tightly contested races against Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Leffler. More than a million people have already requested absentee ballots. Early voting runs through January, 1st. The actual election is on January 5th. Those who plan to vote in person should be shorter, reach out to their local election offices or check the secretary of state's Web page to get details about where they can vote and what time the polling places will be open Graves. Counselors at White Cell for elementary school in Hall County right now helping staff and students cope with the deaths of two Children. Whole Kelly, School superintendent Will Scofield confirming five year old Matteo Miranda Hemery? Oh, and his six year old sister, Catherine Miranda, Huh, Mario attended the school. The whole county Sheriff's Office says the Children were murdered Friday at their home on Crescent Drive. Their mother has been charged, and Georgia native Terry Kay, whose novels set in the South won fans at homes and abroad. Has died. The death made public on case Facebook page over the weekend. He died Saturday at the age of 82 K was born in northeast Georgia and Royston, best known for his novel to dance with the White Dog, which was later made into Ah Har Mark TV movie. He received numerous awards throughout his writing career, including the Georgia Writers Association's Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2011. There's more news that access.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Healthcare systems, including Tampa General Hospital. They in turn will make it available to other hospitals. And then, once the FDA approves vaccines produced by Madonna and Johnson and Johnson, he says the broader senior population could be vaccinated, followed by the general public. One of Florida's most famous pro athletes is buying property next to President Trump's kids in South Florida. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his supermodel wife, Giselle Bundchen, paid $17 million for a parcel on Indian Creek Island on Biscayne Bay, also known as the billionaire's bunker for its exclusive location and police force. It's the same community where Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner bought a $30 million lot. The New York Post reports. Brady has been on a spending spree of late buying a 40 ft custom yacht earlier this week. First rank Man News Radio W F L A Lauren. His first snow Park has been shut down, at least for the moment, officials in Pasco County of temporarily ordered the snow capped Ridge Alpine Snow Park in Dade City. Turn off the snow making machines and close its doors because of what are being called safety violations. County officials say they found fire building electrical and plumbing violations that pose a threat to public health and safety. I'm Reid Shepherd News radio w F L A stocks remain lower his hopes for an economic stimulus package continue to fade. The market is on track for losing week, led by energy, Financial and technology stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 1 21, the S and P is down 31 as doctor. 1 49 what Disney is up nearly 13%, reaching an all time high in issued a bold outlook for its streaming service. Projecting up to 350 million Global subscribers by 2024. Egypt richest man has taken a liking to the New York Knicks and the Rangers. That's a Suarez has taken a 5% stake in Madison Square Garden Sports, which owns the team's sources say he views the franchises is undervalued. Holiday decor is a hot item this year is to.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Reach Shepherd News radio w F L A Tampa police are investigating a serious of scams involving tricking grandparent's into sending money to con artists. Police say there were three incidents. The scammers prey on the emotions of seniors convincing them their grandkids are in trouble. But in one case, the grand kid was Tampa police officer Giron Howell. Their low life let me that's the best way to put it. It's true lowlife. In hindsight, it is funny that they chose the grandfather of a police also, how will tells news Channel eight, his granddad was told his son was in jail in Georgia for hitting a pregnant woman and needed to send $5000. Because he knew he was a cop. He didn't fall for the scam. Police, meanwhile, continue searching for suspects. Lord. A senator Rick Scott opposes what he calls a tax increase that will make it more difficult to achieve the American dream. Scott spoke out against the tuition hike in Florida's public colleges and universities. The Florida Board of Governors is reportedly considering raising tuition. But Scott says this should be off the table has family struggle to recover from the coronavirus. Former candidate for Congress now has his sights set on the Senate. Hardy County Democrat Ellen Ellison announced that he will run for the seat held by Republican Marco Rubio. Was seeking his third term in 2022. Ellison has run twice for Congress this year and two years ago and lost both times. The Sarasota Republican Greg Steuby, Ellison says, We're in desperate need for new leaders with fresh ideas. It's 704 and news radio. W F L A. I don't like Google Zoom has become a verb describing any time you get in a video conference while working from home during the pandemic that again push sales higher in the latest quarter revenue obliterated the forecast, quadrupling to $777 million. And while Zoom is predicting a better than 300% sales surge in the current quarter, there are concerns about competition. Zoom is facing from larger rivals such as Microsoft and its team's software, and his people start returning to their own. Offices, Tampa General Hospital and US of health have joined forces to create a health office of clinical research, according to a news release. The research hub will strengthen.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The time to let our guard down. Especially as we're approaching almost 200,000 cases a day here in the U. S. Another over 1800 deaths just today alone, According to the numbers that just came out a little while ago and and obviously here in Florida. We're seeing an increase is well, so it's gonna be a bit of a rough stretch until we get to that vaccination and part of the equation, But at least there is Some light at the end of the tunnel at this point in Tampa General Hospital's right in the middle of it, along with the U. S. F. Dr Kami Kim, infectious disease specialist with Tampa General Hospital and USF help more sunny College of medicine division director for infectious diseases and international medicine. Dr Kim A pleasure to talk to you. Thank you so much for joining me and breaking all of that down for us. We appreciate it. Well, thank you for having me and I look forward to talking to you more and Have very fun and safe holidays. Thank you. You as well and we would love to have you back. Thank you again, Doctor. We appreciate it coming up. Next. We've got a couple of other coronavirus related items that we're gonna hit on on then Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst for Bank rate is going to join me to talk about the economy and the impact of this surge of Corona virus across the country on that, so lots still to come here on pm Tampa Bay, you know? We're just talking to Dr Kim, and there's still a bit of uncertainty about how things are going to go over the course of the next couple of months. Sounds like there's some reasons to be optimistic for sure, but it might take a while. And this is a time when when it comes to your wealth and your retirement. You want to make sure that your money is in the hands of people who know what they're doing, and can navigate those uncertain times and People all across the Tampa Bay area put their trust in Steven Elizabeth Holland for over 25 years, and for good reason. They've helped hundreds of Tampa Bay family's great retirement plans that about tax advantaged and inflation adjusted. They'll evaluate your current financial situation. Figure out what your needs are and then build you a custom strategy so you can reach your goals. Give Steve and Elizabeth Holland a call at 7.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Her father. A $100,000 reward is up for any information, leading to Lewis's information leading to Lewis's death. The state Board of Education met a thief Florida Holocaust Museum in ST Petersburg, They heard Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran. Same or students are returning to in person learning because parents believe they're safe. Remember, Michael Nick asked why there's no statewide dashboard of school Cove in cases. Why can't we coordinate with the Department of Health? And have a statewide dashboard. Like many of the states in this country, Corcoran said, medical privacy laws may prevent that. Steven Stamkos scored a goal in his return to action is the Lightning hammered the Stars 5 to 2 in Game three of the Stanley Cup final in advance. It's 705 at news radio. W F L A. The job market will once again get attention on Wall Street and hour before training begins, We get the number of weekly jobless claims. The forecast of economists in a Bloomberg survey is for a drop of 20,000 to 840,000 report on new home sales for August, is due after the opening bell that's estimated to be done. I'm slightly from July, but that was the highest since 2006. The latest healthcare technology is headed for Tampa General Hospital. It's partnered with healthcare company Royal Philips in a 70 year packed the deal gives Tampa general the latest Phillips innovations, including millions of dollars worth of new software, healthcare info, workflow solutions and high level consulting. No price for the deal was announced, and it may not be trick or treating as usual. But that's not stopping Americans from stocking up on candy market researchers and I are, I say, U. S sales of Halloween candy in the past month jumped 13% from a year ago from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS for news radio. W F L A The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention mission.

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Doctor recommends waiting until October for flu shot

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Doctor recommends waiting until October for flu shot

"The corner, now flu season. You might have heard from doctors recommending you get the flu shot A Florida doctor says, Yeah, but timing is important. Dr. Paul Nanda is the chief medical officer at Tampa General Hospital urgent Care, And like many doctors, he's worried about flu season overlapping with the Corona virus pandemic. He's urging everyone to get the flu shot. But he says, wait until October 1st, he tells the ABC affiliate in Tampa that will make sure you're protected for the peak of flu season.

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Man struck by lightning near Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa

AM Tampa Bay

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

Man struck by lightning near Davis Island Yacht Club in Tampa

"Was struck by lightning while on a jet ski this labor day. The strike happened during a severe thunderstorm around 3 40 PM near the Davis Islands Yacht Club. The man was taken to Tampa General Hospital for treatment by a rescue. Not sure of the Vikki, um, victim or the watercraft itself were hit.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Five. Was it to be pretty easy to cheat in major sporting events for a while, Number four Companies air hawking more basically racist. Facial recognition systems. Yeah, these facial recognises ums recognition systems that are that are being rolled out everywhere. State agencies in the federal government are considering buying software from ClearView, a eye to trace patients and their contacts. California lawmakers are considering a bill that would let authorities feed anyone's facial data without that person's consent, as long as there was probable cause to think they committed criminal activity, But a lot of these Ah, lot of these recognition software's have a difficult time. With with with people of color have a difficult time with, you know that the darker Hughes I don't know that makesem racist, I think, e. I don't know that you can call a machine right? But clearly there's a flaw in the design that needs to be addressed. By the way, How long is it until It's got to be possible, right? Almost afraid, mentioning this. It's gonna be possible, but I bet there is OK, but I don't get my glasses recently. And when I went in, it was the first opportunity that I'd had to have Somebody take one of those little temperature guns pointed at my head, right? How long is it until there's like, A like a like a clear cream. You could just put on your forehead that'll fake. I say if you have a fever, a little cool down, you know, like I want spicy like throwing these. Yeah. Why would you throw this out there, you know? Well, it's like because, like, you know where we're hoping that Disneyland opens up the end of August and the supposed todo depature checks and You know, I know we're all healthy, but just to be sure if I could put a little icy hot on my forehead trick matters that awful John whatever we're in a pandemic in Florida, Tampa General Hospital installed thermal scanning cameras. It can detect fever, sweating discoloration, and the Texas company wants to put the same cameras not just in hospitals, but in voting locations and grocery stores to Oh, my gosh, the thing about this voting locations I don't like all this face so facial recognition software that governments are rolling out. I mean, it's just there's no consent involved. You know, you don't know what's gonna happen and you and you don't know when you're walking into an area. That's that's utilizing these things, right? Right And and you know what, And it's also not the indicator. I mean, it really isn't. Yeah. Ever since the covert 19 thing started, I don't know. You know, again, I'll just speak for me. I know that, like I'm hyper aware, like how my body feels and you know, on a daily basis, and the times let me sit there and be like I feel like I'll be like feverish for like a moment of what's going on, you know, and I'll do the temporal scanner and I'm fine and then I feel fine later on, and you know these scanners or just it's it's the illusion of safety Thie third item on this list the rise in ordering takeout. This one's fascinates me. Has led to a rise in drug dealing. First of all, I didn't react that way. I didn't know that. I didn't have a of course moment when I saw you. I thought Well, if you are how ingenious and industrial of those drug dealers it doesn't take long to begin. Tio start I'm going to bring in stereotypes. You know it is here. If you are a dealer of drugs, right, you There's a high probability you're of a certain age and of that certain age, they're dominating certain industries to wear. You know what I mean? I mean, if you're doing for when I worked in the restaurant industry, there you go. It turns out during long down, it's boosted the fortunes of your neighborhood drug dealer rights. Delivering food is the perfect cover for smuggling drugs. It doesn't look suspicious and was you Truly have no restraint in AA lot more cars, bicycles, motorcycles delivering food than usual. Dealers just started moving trucks like crazy In a Malaysian case, there was a guy who was supposed to transport one order of Italian flatbread. But somehow the package was weighing.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Traffic and weather this is news radio WFLA Tampa and W. X. T. B. H. D. to clear water morning I'm Chris Franklin our top story at ten o'clock some health officials say Florida is becoming the new epicenter for corona virus and governors in states like New York and California are criticizing how Ronda Santos is handling the situation Florida's governor put a two week quarantine on travelers coming into Florida from states with high infection rates now New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he may do the same for Florida residents that Florida doesn't Texas doesn't these other states don't and what happens if they get on a plane and they come to JFK meanwhile fifty five employees at Tampa General Hospital of tested positive for covert nineteen hospital officials say those staff members are being quarantine officials say six of the staffers may have come into contact with the disease inside the hospital but they say there's no threat to patients if you're out in public in Tampa mask up following the lead of St Pete mayor Rick Christman was ordering employees of businesses who deal with the public to wear a mask Tabas Jane castor is issued a similar order but is taking it a step further casters requiring everyone to wear a mask in public indoor locations in hopes of slowing the spread of the coronavirus which is spiked in the last couple of weeks white Christman's casters order will go into effect at five o'clock this afternoon the only exception when you're eating or drinking read chapter newsradio WFLA but Ellis county commissioners are taking a step toward requiring mask wearing county wide they're asking the county attorney to draft an ordinance that would make masks mandatory but the question is who would be required to do so sheriff Bob Gualtieri says the real problem is hundreds of people crowding into bars every night you can act all the mask or or if you want they're not gonna wear one it'll squawks well dear he says he's not going to put anyone in jail for not wearing a mask Tampa Bay traffic and weather just moments away with Florida's news on Chris trying been Ron Burgundy podcast is your chance to listen to the most distinguished newscaster of all time trying to fit the facts of the day into his head when did this happen you will listen to him laugh you will listen to him cry you will listen to him do they S. we either have to get out of here we have to eat someone all three seasons of the Ron Burgundy podcaster available to binge now find the Ron Burgundy podcast on the I heart radio app.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Construction that's gonna be north at seventeenth Avenue two left lanes are blocked your son is ready six ten W. Y. O. D. we go from chances for stray showers and storms to start the weekend to better chances for scattered storms in the weekend head towards Memorial Day clear to partly cloudy mid to upper seventies mix of clouds on Friday deliberations with updates on o'clock on South Florida severe weather station on the weather channel stepping on newsradio six then W. I. O. D. because of the corona virus threats summer reconsidering plans to take a summer trip with airlines offering fewer flight travelers are reporting jam packed planes preventing social distancing should you take the risk and book a flight Dr Paul man to Tampa General Hospital tells news channel eight it depends on your current medical condition over sixty five or if you have heart disease or COPD or any props from his system you know I don't know if I recommend flying right now there are forty eight thousand six hundred seventy five cases of coded nineteen in Florida with two thousand one hundred forty four deaths a beach in the Florida panhandle was named the nation's best Dr beach says grating beach between destin and Panama City is number one in twenty twenty only one other Florida beach made the top ten hello the sea island near Clearwater and Pinellas county with Florida's news I'm John Conrad from I heart radio number one for podcast stuff they don't want you to know coming to you again in the midst of a global pandemic this is an ongoing event it's one that we like everybody else out there in the world are keeping a close eye on all the conspiracy theories about covert nineteen in a move that should surprise no one these conspiracies are still around there in fact even more Hey how are you how are you really your honest answer.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I heart radio station it's eight twenty two on this Thursday morning and give a shout out to Tampa General Hospital it was one of the theatre for six nationwide that have been selected to test the hydro Doxie Corcoran the let me get that right hydroxy chloride Colin Bella pronounce it right to see whether or not it works against the covert nine and again one of only see like of all the hospitals in the country that's quite an honor to be one of the I think it's six I'm not sure could be for but either way it's pretty remarkable but we got to check our today in history here for may seventh it was in seventeen eighteen the city of New Orleans was founded by John Baptiste le Moyne sure to be M. Vale I don't know who he was but he found in New Orleans hello Aarons very happy about that being a New Orleans guy there I was supposed to be there yeah I'm I'm here yeah me yeah now I'm here I was supposed to be their last I was supposed to be there last weekend actually well you didn't make it well it's still there I did not I love New Orleans I yeah that's a lot of fun I have the I've gotten pretty for now with the the well what is it called the down where all of ours and everything are I like it up in the garden area and the over by the water where they have a mall and all that stuff and they've got the place with this with the French Quarter French Quarter yeah that's what I was thinking of Bourbon street up which yep lotteries pew Bourbon street Elland road L. street no worries but you know where nobody goes and it's pretty neat they got some neat restaurants there and enjoyed discovered him is that is if you go from Canal Street all always down Bourbon or I don't know if you get there off from Bourbon one of the streets and then go past what's considered to be the that area and you'll find go past there and you find like a normal town and then several good restaurants and bars and it's not crowded at all like the ones are on Bourbon and oil and everything I think I had a few per driver take me somewhere on those lines Jack but they took me to a very crazy restaurant that I wasn't expecting but it's a fun place think I had an uber driver take me somewhere comes from Adelaide there was a drag it was a historic building turned into a drag brunch bar in case anybody was one lots of historic building that you made it only in nola and the other was for may seventh eighteen thirty to Greece's independence is recognized by the treaty of London eighteen forty six the Cambridge chronicle America's oldest surviving weekly newspaper is published for the first time in Cambridge Massachusetts eighteen ninety five in Saint Petersburg in Russia not here Russian scientist Alexander Stepanovich Popov demonstrates to the Russian physical and chemical society his invention the pope off lightning detector which was a primitive radio receiver and then some parts of Europe it's today is celebrated as radio day nineteen fifteen World War one German submarine U. two sinks the R. M. S. luces Lusitania killing eleven hundred ninety eight people including a hundred twenty eight Americans M. public reaction to the sinking turned to many former pro Germans in the U. S. against the German empire nineteen forty World War two the Norway debate in the British house of Commons begins and leads to the.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Call the injury Fuhrman Abraham sin in your traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five temperatures will climb quickly today will hit seventy nine by the afternoon it will be a little bit breezy at times it just a touch more humid but we'll keep this guys nice and sunny and the milder through the evening with an overnight low of sixty seven watch for some patchy fog develop overnight and into Wednesday morning tomorrow's our warmest day of the week will hit eighty two more humid about a ten percent range and north of I. four if you're out of the water today south winds ten fifteen knots and sees a two to three feet I'm news channel eight meteorologist Leigh Spann this report is sponsored by Tampa General Hospital we're the first and only hospital to remain number one in Tampa Bay and one of America's best by U. S. news and World Report again and again Tampa General Hospital other hospitals practice medicine we define it it's the biggest hall of the mall super Tuesday fourteen states over thirteen hundred delegates will a clear frontrunner emerge to ninety eight listening this Ryan Gorman added nationwide team tally up the vote totals as they come in from around the country on twelve fifty W. H. N. C. if your home's water taste better smells bad work hard waters running your appliances call the pros at pelican water systems now for your free water test their America's number one water softener alternative they are the pros I've met them and they are great they can show you exactly what's in your home's water on the spot and give you cleaner safer better than bottled water from every faucet in only a pelican.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"About to show here from the Gulf coast their systems whether so we'll continue to see a mix of sun and clouds through the day with about a ten percent chance a stray shower otherwise mild finally with a high of seventy two two degrees above average and we're even warmer overnight partly cloudy and sixty a cold front approaches the area tomorrow but we still had seventy four the rain chances in the cold front arrive in the afternoon and evening with a twenty percent chance and it is slightly cooler in the upper sixty Saturday out of the water today northeast winds at ten knots on news channel eight meteorologist Leigh Spann this report is sponsored by Tampa General Hospital we are the first and only hospital to be named number one in Tampa Bay and one of America's best by U. S. news and World Report again and again Tampa General Hospital other hospitals practice medicine we define it this is a great time to make a big change in your life with a simple called assert appropriators you can make such a dramatic improvement in the look of your home or business as they've done for our home in here and I heart radio in winter is a great time because of the cooler weather lower humidity and quick drying times book now and make that big change in your life schedule your free estimate online at certain pro dot com or call eight hundred go Sir to that sort of with a C. sort of pro painters we do painting you do real life did you know the most successful teams always have a game plan and they stick to it so it makes sense of course to have a successful retirement.

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"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"tampa general hospital" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And again Tampa General Hospital other hospitals practice medicine we define it except update eight thirty K. long newsradio WFLA it's a it's a twenty four on A. M. Tampa Bay and we are well we've just beautified this studio in here considerably because we've got the hard rock hotel and casino girls here for the hardrock girl calendar yes they are here a guy in the morning it's on the calendar guys we are right guys I mean I think you'd be honorary member as well no let me know but on the other I tried out it may get let me pull some strings for you I know we know some people yeah one of those people daring Cobb we always love having in studio how you doing good morning thanks for having us today and this the thing is that these calendars are let me see they're only how much are the and a hundred percent of the proceeds go to charities here in the Tampa Bay area and we're talking about a whole Lotta charities when I look down through here make a wish and Mike Alstott family foundation Saint Pete pride the thirteen ugly men which and they're really not ugly no I used to be a member of the group but I got kicked out because I was ugly I don't believe that one.

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 2 workers injured in gas explosion at Buccaneers stadium

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

2 workers injured in gas explosion at Buccaneers stadium

"Workers are being treated at Tampa General Hospital after a small explosion at Raymond James stadium the men were reportedly working on a gas line in a vending area wanna spark ignited the fumes the men were transported as trauma alerts no word yet on their conditions officials say the Buccaneers were not in the stadium they were boarding their flight to Pittsburgh for tomorrow's preseason opener against the

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