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02:23 min | 8 months ago

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"Part of the week with highs Wednesday only in the sixties under mostly cloudy skies with a chance of some morning showers. Downtown Seattle at KOMO News, It's 68 Stay connected. Stay informed the Northwest's only 24 hour news station Homo news 1000 FM, 97 7. I'm Rick fans, I said the editor's desk. Kathy O'Shea Headlines. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is standing up for the U. S withdrawal from Afghanistan, testifying in a house hearing today, we'll have more From Washington, D C and what he said coming up in just about 20 minutes. Washington State troopers, prison guards and other public sector employees have filed a lawsuit to try to overturn Governor Inslee's Covid 19 Vaccine Mandate, and Insley spokesperson says the governor knows the vaccine requirements are legal and essential for saving lives. A trip to the West Coast for President Biden today First Idaho then California. Alex Stone is covering it for ABC News and talk with commas. Taylor van size Alex. Idaho is not frequent stop for presidents. I went through the Idaho Statesman newspaper in Boise, and they reported that they haven't had a sitting president visits since 2015. So why did President Biden make the visit today? Yeah, This was all about wildfires today. Taylor, the National Interagency Fire Center. Nifc as it's known, which is the federal Command Center for Wildfire Response. It is in Boise. It's big center where They not only command wildfires, but they make a lot of the policy of how wildfires will be fought and where resources are going to be going to. This is a day for President Biden that is split into whether the first half of the afternoon is going to be all about wildfire. He boarded Air Force One heading to Sacramento to two were the wildfire damage from the cow door. Fire around south like, uh oh. To me with fire commanders in the Sacramento area after meeting with the fire Command and Nifc, then he's going to come to Southern California, where he will be campaigning. For governor Gavin Newsom before recall election voting ends tomorrow. But the first part of this being about wildfires, here's what he told the firefighters had Nifc. It's not a Democrat thing. It's not a Republican thing. It's a weather thing. It's a reality. It's serious. We can do this. We can do this process. We can create jobs and talking.

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07:30 min | 8 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"Exemptions have already been granted by Ellen. I and other state agencies are receiving a lot of requests. There are strict new covert requirements on the way for those who plan to attend Seattle sporting events in person. Cuomo's Charlie Harder has the story later this month. The Seahawks Storm Sounders and Huskies will require one of two things or people over 12 to attend a game. Either prove you've been vaccinated or show a negative test taken in the past 72 hours. The mirrors and cracking will be even stricter. You will have to prove you've been vaccinated Tests aren't an option. The Mariners requirement goes into effect in October. So that's if the team makes the postseason the crack and opened their first season in late October, and the vaccine requirement is for every game and concert at the climate pledge. Arena is policies take place alongside the state's outdoor mask mandates. The different teams say they're doing this to slow the spread of coronavirus and to keep their fans safe. Charlie Harder. KOMO NEWS, Seattle and King County Health officials have released new data that shows how likely it is that an unvaccinated person will test positive for Covid 19 Camoes, Nick Pop, Um reports Kids ages 12 to 15 who are eligible for the vaccine, but haven't gotten it yet. Are nearly eight times more likely to catch covid 19 compared to people who are vaccinated. That's the most out of any age range in our state. Now this information comes just as the CDC releases a study saying that more Children ended up needing to go to the hospital because of covid in states that had low vaccination rates. In fact, They are four times as likely to have to go to the hospital and those states like Alabama or Mississippi, compared to states with higher vaccination rates like here in Washington, But even though our rates as a whole are in a good place in our state, the areas with lower vaccination rates still present a risk to kids who don't have the shot. We're now getting reports of long haul covid symptoms coming from Children, fatigue, headaches and loss of taste and smell are the most common lingering effects of the virus reported by young people. As we hear from Cobos Carlene Johnson the rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta. Very it has some doctors worrying about the potential for high numbers of Children. Being at risk, not just for covid, but for long haulers symptoms. This does seem to be a real thing, and I think that we pediatricians are now going to have to look a little bit deeper, Dr Ken Holler told KMOV in ST Louis. Fewer Children are reporting long haulers symptoms than adults, but whatever trigger it is from the virus, causing the ongoing symptoms. The worry is damage could impact those Children much longer. Bo Andersson just started college he had covid nine months ago, still has not gotten his sense of taste and smell back pressuring, But it could be worse. I could be going through way worse Symptoms. Experts aren't sure what's causing long term symptoms. In some cases, it could reflect inflammation lingering in the body. Carlene Johnson. Come on news. The Washington Poison Center reports a threefold increase in the number of people enquiring about a veterinary drug to treat covid 19. The story from GMOs Greg Herschel to the State Health Department reports more than 88,000 prescriptions were written nationwide in the second week of August for ivermectin, even though most doctors say it's ineffective and dangerous when used that way. The medical director of the Poison Center blames this on misinformation, he tells the Seattle Times. An unknown number of people have been hospitalized for some Close of poisoning. The FDA has only approved for Mexican and humans to treat parasitic worms, external parasites and skin conditions. And the president of the Washington State Medical Association, compares it to snake oil as a covid treatment. Greg Herschel Tomo News is your email inbox unusually full of airline travel deals? Well, there's a reason for that. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry, and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering this story for ABC News, and he spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, Alaska Schmear lines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him West South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started saying in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying no, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were packed. But that's all changed. And now today, a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand his disappeared again because of the delta variant. Today. Andrew Acela at United an exact They're telling an investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick in canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying lines for. The double the variant and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Um and quickly kind of changed the outlooks, which now I think, reflect You know when the AK United put out this morning? Uh, I think quite frankly lower seeing around the industry, Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing and they do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel that prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks, in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is pretty incredible that the airlines are They know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that seat. He found that the absolute cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people We are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and they'll they'll make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates? Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that that you will be fired from the company, ABC. Salix Stone with us on Common news, Alex. Thank you. That's GMOs Taylor van size. September. 23rd.

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"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"Have already been granted by Ellen. I and other state agencies are receiving a lot of requests. There are strict new covid requirements on the way for those who plan to attend Seattle sporting events in person. Cuomo's Charlie Harder has the story later this month. The Seahawks Storm Sounders and Huskies will require one of two things for people over 12 to attend a game. Either prove you've been vaccinated or show a negative test taken in the past 72 hours. The mirrors and cracking will be even stricter. You will have to prove you've been vaccinated Tests aren't an option. The Mariners requirement goes into effect in October. So that's if the team makes the postseason the crack and opened their first season in late October, and the vaccine requirement is for every game and concert at the climate pledge Arena. These policies take place alongside the state's outdoor mask mandates. The different teams say they're doing this to slow the spread of coronavirus and to keep their fans safe. Charlie Harder. KOMO News, Seattle and King County Health officials have released new data that shows how likely it is that an unvaccinated person will test positive for Covid 19 Camoes, Nick Pop, Um reports Kids ages 12 to 15 who are eligible for the vaccine, but haven't gotten it yet. Are nearly eight times more likely to catch covid 19 compared to people who are vaccinated. That's the most out of any age range in our state. Now this information comes just as the CDC releases a study saying that more Children ended up needing to go to the hospital because of covid in states that had low vaccination rates. In fact, They are four times as likely to have to go to the hospital and those states like Alabama or Mississippi, compared to states with higher vaccination rates like here in Washington, But even though our rates as a whole are in a good place in our state, the areas with lower vaccination rates still present a risk to kids who don't have the shot. We're now getting reports of long haul covid symptoms coming from Children, fatigue, headaches and loss of taste and smell are the most common lingering effects of the virus reported by young people. As we hear from Cobos Carlene Johnson the rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta area, it has some doctors worrying about the potential for high numbers of Children. Being at risk, not just for covid, but for long haulers symptoms. This does seem to be a real thing, and I think that we pediatricians are now going to have to look a little bit deeper, Dr Ken Holler told KMOV in ST Louis. Fewer Children are reporting long haulers symptoms than adults, but whatever trigger it is from the virus, causing the ongoing symptoms. The worry is damage could impact those Children much longer. Bo Andersson just started college he had covid nine months ago, still has not gotten his sense of taste and smell back pressuring, But it could be worse. I could be going through way worse Symptoms. Experts aren't sure what's causing long term symptoms. In some cases, it could reflect inflammation lingering in the body. Carlene Johnson. Come on news. The Washington Poison Center reports a threefold increase in the number of people enquiring about a veterinary drug to treat covid 19. The story from GMOs Greg Herschel to the State Health Department reports more than 88,000 prescriptions were written nationwide in the second week of August for ivermectin, even the most doctors say it's ineffective and dangerous when used that way. The medical director of the Poison Center blames this on misinformation, he tells the Seattle Times an unknown number of people have been hospitalized for some Close of poisoning. The FDA has only approved pectin and humans to treat parasitic worms, external parasites and skin conditions. And the president of the Washington State Medical Association, compares it to snake oil as a covid treatment. Greg Herschel Tomo News is your email inbox unusually full of airline travel deals? Well, there's a reason for that. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry, and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering this story for ABC News, and he spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Schmear lines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him west South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started saying in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying no, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were packed. But that's all changed. And now today, a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand his disappeared again because of the delta variant. Today. Andrew Michela at United an exact They're telling an investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick in canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying. Headlines for. The double the variant and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Um and quickly kind of changed the outlooks, which now I think, reflect Uh, you know, when the eight Keighley united put out this morning, uh, thing quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry? Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing and they do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel that prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks, in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is pretty incredible that the airlines are They know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that he found that the absolute cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people We're still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and they'll they'll make deals. And now is that time and customers can get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates. Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that that you will be fired from the company, ABC..

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05:24 min | 8 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"Rapid spread of the highly contagious Delta. Very it has some doctors worrying about the potential for high numbers of Children being at risk, not just for covid, but for long haulers symptoms. This does seem to be a real thing, and I think that we pediatricians are now going to have to look a little bit deeper, Dr Ken Holler told kmov in ST Louis. Fewer Children are reporting long haulers symptoms than adults, but whatever trigger it is from the virus, causing the ongoing symptoms. The worry is damage could impact those Children much longer Bow. Anderson just started college he had covid nine months ago, still has not gotten his sense of taste and smell back pressuring, But it could be worse. I could be going through way worse Symptoms. Experts aren't sure what's causing long term symptoms. In some cases, it could reflect inflammation lingering in the body. Carlene Johnson. Come on news. The Washington Poison Center reports a threefold increase in the number of people enquiring about a veterinary drug to treat covid 19. The story from GMOs Greg Herschel to the State Health Department reports more than 88,000 prescriptions were written nationwide in the second week of August for ivermectin, even though most doctors say it's ineffective and dangerous when used that way. The medical director of the Poison Center blames this on misinformation, he tells the Seattle Times. An unknown number of people have been hospitalized for some Close of poisoning. The FDA has only approved from Acton and humans to treat parasitic worms, external parasites and skin conditions. And the president of the Washington State Medical Association, compares it to snake oil as a covid treatment. Greg Herschel Tomo News is your email inbox unusually full of airline travel deals? Well, there's a reason for that. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry, and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering this story for ABC News, and he spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Schmear lines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him west South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started saying in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying no, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were backed. But that's all changed. And now today, a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand has disappeared again because of the Delta variant today, Andrew Acela at United an exact They're telling an investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick and canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying. Headlines for. The double the variant and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Um and quickly kind of changed the outlooks, which now I think, reflect Uh, you know, when the eight Gailey united put out this morning, Uh, quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry? Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing and they do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel that prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks, in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is brilliant, credible that the airlines are they know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that scene. We found that the absolute cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance. Uh, at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people Well are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and they'll they'll make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates? Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that you will be fired from the company. ABC's Alex Stone with us on Common news, Alex. Thank you. That's Cuomo's Taylor.

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04:03 min | 8 months ago

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"7 Is your email inbox unusually full of airline travel deals? Well, there's a reason for that. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering it for ABC News. He spoke with GMOs. Taylor van size, Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Airlines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him West South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started saying in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying no, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were packed. But that's all changed. And now a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand his disappeared again because of the Delta variant Andrew Acela at United and exact. They're telling an investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick in canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying. Airlines for The double the very end and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Uh and quickly kind of changed the outlooks, which now I think, reflect You know, in the United put out this morning. Uh, quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry. Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing And they do. Though Taylor believe the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel that prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks, in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is brilliant, credible that the airlines are they know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that he found that the out fleets cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people Well are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and they'll they'll make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates? Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that, either, depending on Their contract and what union there in but the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks, you will be terminated. That you will be fired from the company. ABC s Alex Stone with us. Common news, Alex. Thank you. NBC Entertainment News. Take a human Ah, just skipping.

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03:59 min | 8 months ago

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"1000 FM, 97 7 Is your email inbox unusually full of airline travel deals? Well, there's a reason for that. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering it for ABC News. He spoke with GMOs. Taylor van size, Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Airlines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him West South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started saying in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying No, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were back. But that's all changed. And now a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand his disappeared again because of the Delta variant Andrew this L. A at United and exact. They're telling an investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick in canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying lines for. And over the variant. And what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Uh and quickly kind of changed the outlooks, which now I think, reflect Uh, you know, when the AK United put out this morning, uh, I think quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry. Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing it. They do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel. That prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is pretty incredible that the airlines are They know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that scene found that the out fleets cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people Well are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and they'll they'll make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates? Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that you will be fired from the company, ABC. Salix Stone with us and common news, Alex. Thank you. ABC Entertainment News. Take a break. Nicki Minaj is skipping Sunday's MTV Video Music.

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04:47 min | 8 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"Covering this for ABC News intact with Cuomo's Taylor van size. Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily. But let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Airlines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him West South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started seeing in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying No, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were back. But that's all changed. And now today, a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand has disappeared again because of the delta variant. Today. Andrew Casella at United an exact They're telling investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick and canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying. The headlines for The double the variant and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Um and quickly kind of change the outlooks, which now I think, reflect You know when the 18 united put out this morning? Um, quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry? Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing And they do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high again. So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel. That prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is pretty incredible that the airlines are They know that between now and about mid November, their businesses dried up, and they need you to fill that we found that the absolute cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people We are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats, and they'll don't make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates? Yes. So the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that that you will be fired from the company. ABC s Alex Stone with us and common news, Alex. Thank you. And that's Cuomo's Taylor Van Site. Come on his time is 5 50 time now for our propel insurance money update. Here's Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. Tacoma's apartment market is heating up as developers flocked to the city, anticipating more development and population growth. At least 900 units are slated to open within the next year or so around the brewery district near the $300 million Tacoma Town Centre Development. The average Washington household has more than $8200 in credit card debt, the 13th highest in the country. A study by Finance website Wallet Hub says that's $379 more than in the first quarter of this year, The Dow fell for the fourth straight day, losing 151 points to close at 8 34,079. NASDAQ Lost 38, the S and P 500 fell almost 21. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Cuomo News. Money news at 20 and 50 past the hour and still ahead. So what sort of privacy protection do you really get from browsers incognito mode. I'm Herb weisbaum, and it's a lot less than some people assume. Every day. I wake up at five to give Dad his medicine.

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"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:42 min | 8 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"Between now and then I could get a sprinkler here scattered around 79 in downtown Seattle at 3 45. Stay connected. Stay informed Co mo News sponsored by Tub Cove, Bathroom and shower, Remodel. We thank you for joining us here on the KOMO Afternoon News, edited by Kathy O'Shea and Rick Fancies with ELISA Jaffe. President Biden is pushing new covid vaccination mandates that impact nearly two thirds of U. S workers, Biden said. The end vaccinated or overcrowding, our hospitals and something needs to be done. The president is unveiling a plan that will require vaccinations or once a week testing for companies with more than 100 employees. A Vancouver Washington man sentenced to 20 years in prison for the murder of a transgender teen Nikki Coon house in two years ago. Prosecutors say David Bogdanov strangled canals and after learning she was transgender during a sexual encounter in his van. Is your email inbox, usually full of airline travel deals. There's a reason for it. The surging pandemic is once again drying up demand for the travel industry and companies are trying to boost their numbers. Alex Stone is covering this for ABC News and spoke with almost Taylor van size. Alex. Several emails in the last week have hit my inbox from I don't want to out them necessarily, but let's call them. Um, shame. Alaska Airlines. How bad are things right now? If you are a member of I don't know. Let's call him west South. You're going to notice that today they're saying Hey, if you will fly one round trip. We will give you a companion pass for the first couple of months of next year that that you know some of these deals right now they are desperately saying book and book right now. And it's a trend of the airlines started seeing in early August as adult A variant was spreading that for a while, they had been saying No, no, no, that things were still looking good. They were bringing back Cruz planes were full airports were back. But that's all changed. And now today, a bunch of the major airlines made filings with the federal government, saying that their outlook has changed and that travel demand has disappeared again because of the delta variant. Today. Andrew Casella at United an exact They're telling Investors conference that they're seeing a big uptick in canceled trips lack in booking for the fall. Here's what he's saying. Headlines for. The deal with a variant and what was happening here in the country and around the world really kind of overtook the situation. Um and quickly kind of change the outlooks, which now I think, reflect You know when the AK United put out this morning? Um, quite frankly, what we're seeing around the industry? Yeah, pretty much. Everybody reports that they're seeing and they do. Though Taylor believed the travel demand over Thanksgiving Christmas, New Year's will come back will be strong. The prices will be high against So this is what it means for you. They need you. They want you to travel that prices are plummeting right now. Round trip to Europe under 300 bucks, in some cases to Florida under 200 l a x to Maui 99 bucks each way. And over the travel site Hopper. They say the deal is pretty incredible that the airlines are They know that between now and about mid November, their business has dried up, and they need you to fill that we found that the absolute cheapest prices are going to start appearing around mid September or next week. Make sure you're looking at least four weeks in advance at least three weeks in advance for Thanksgiving as well. So not good news for the airlines may be good news for you. If you want to travel normally during the fall, business travel would be strong. They don't have that because so many people We are still working remotely. The leisure travel has now canceled. And they've got a lot of open seats and Bill will make deals. And now is that time and customers kind of get their pick now, for those who prefer to fly, maybe with a vaccinated crew how our airlines approaching vaccine mandates. Yeah, so the interesting thing is in the last 24 hours United laying out what it's going to do. It was one of the few major airlines to say that all employees have to be vaccinated. And they sent a letter to their employees, saying those who have been approved for religious exemptions and aren't getting vaccinated. They're not going to be working. They're going to go on unpaid leave, and if they have a medical exemption, they're going to go on medical leave beginning October, 2nd. But they won't be working and many won't be paid with that either, depending on their contract and what union there in, But the bottom line. They're saying, if you have been denied an exemption as a united employee for those who don't want to get vaccinated if they deny you and then you don't get vaccinated within five weeks. You will be terminated that that you will be fired from the company. ABC s Alex Stone with us on common news, Alex..

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Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:38 min | 9 months ago

Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

"You to stay home and you can blame rising covid infections and hospitalizations. Alex Stone is covering this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Tourism It doesn't take a genius to know is essential to the Hawaiian economy. How bad is the situation on the ground there to warrant their governor to issue this kind of a request? Yes, Taylor pretty abrupt change for Hawaii. Being that they were hit so hard last year, and in the last couple of months, travel has been booming Hotels been packed. Crisis through the roof. Car rentals have been hard to find flights have been full. They've been wanting the money they've been saying, come on in. And and now it Covid rising in Hawaii, the governor David IgE, Saying, Do not go to the island. Here's how he put it is not a good time to travel to the island. Uh, restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars. He's asking tourists to stay away and for travel to Hawaii to be only for business. Hawaii's seven day average hitting 671 yesterday, triple what it was four weeks ago. Hospital resources on the island are limited. And he said hospitals are at capacity. Our ICUs are full. This comes as Hawaii has really strict entry rules, police enforced quarantine or proof of vaccination or a negative test and We talked to passengers at L. A X today, hopping on flights to Hawaii and they're saying no, They're not going to cancel their trips. They're going to go anywhere. That's enough. It's been two years. I need to go on vacation Last year was cancelled. As

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"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:54 min | 11 months ago

"taylor van size alex" Discussed on KOMO

"According to a new report released by Multnomah County officials. The delta variant of Covid 19 continues to spread around the country, even infecting and killing people who are fully vaccinated. Reporting on this for ABC News, Alex Stone, who talked more with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Even before Covid Las Vegas was kind of a Petri dish for germs to spread among crowds. But now that Citi's reporting a rash of break through covid cases among the vaccinated, how bad is it? Yeah, well, we should say that the doctors Taylor from Missouri to California who have been seeing these rapidly rising numbers, you say it's mainly in the unvaccinated from these communities at a reporting in primarily in more rural areas and in black communities. Like in South LA where, because of historical reasons that trust of the vaccine is lower. But there are areas where they are seeing these breakthrough cases in those who have been fully vaccinated, and Clark County, Nevada, home to Las Vegas. Reporting 92 breakthrough cases. 13, who were fully vaccinated, have now died from Covid among the infected 11 hospital workers. They had a party in June eight were fully vaccinated. All the one got the delta variant. And we're hearing from some others who went to Vegas, Sean fruit among them. He and his wife. They live in Hollister, California. They decided it was safe. They thought to go to Vegas. Now they had been fully vaccinated. I took the option to take my mask off. He and his wife came home with Covid, and by the way, they had decided they were going to drive instead of fly thinking that would be safer to avoid getting covid and when they got home was extremely frustrating because we just spent a year and a half, avoiding this thing. And it was scary. I mean, I brought home the life threatening illness that has been killing people around the country. The only thing worse than that is knowing that I gave it to my kids. Yeah, His kids had a mild cold, but Sean says he was in bed for a few days. He got pretty sick, even though he had been vaccinated, And he says he thinks still, though being vaccinated made a difference. I'm pretty confident that if I hadn't had the boost from the vaccination Might not be standing here talking to you right now and Taylor in Nevada. Most of those who have had breakthrough infections of Covid have been white men over 65 years old, who had not traveled Got the Pfizer vaccine and you know, this is not a surprise in the sense that one the delta variant is able to to transmit more freely. But to none of these vaccines were 100%, Johnson and Johnson. We know it's lower efficacy rating from the beginning. We know Moder to and Pfizer have been in the 90 95% range, maybe even a little bit lower than that. In the real world. The doctors knew from the beginning, there would be people who would get vaccinated. And still get sick. And then you had two of these variants. And now those numbers are beginning to go up. So Alex, if memory serves, Las Vegas was one of the first large cities to sort of dropped their mask mandates and crowd restrictions. Any talk there of resuming infection controls? No, nothing that we're seeing there and really not allowed that We're seeing anywhere in the U. S. Cities such a politically hot topic at this point. Chicago today reinstituted some travel warnings about going to areas that are hot spots now in Arkansas on in Missouri, Los Angeles County has been urging people to wear masks again. But that there's nothing mandatory getting in their Marin County, California, saying about one in five in that county. Becoming infected with Covid is fully vaccinated, and it was one in 10 up until Couple of weeks ago, so they feel like in Marin County. The delta variant is very much a player in these numbers, but nothing that we're hearing in the US, at least to Israel has done some mandates again. But in the U. S of saying that they're going to make any changes A BCS Alex Stone with us on KOMO NEWS, Alex. Thank.

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