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AM 1590 WCGO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reported cases of corona virus in Boston it's important that we use every access points to help disseminate information he says the understanding of the enormity of this crisis becomes more clear every day people are nervous people are worried the impacts not only on schools for example or safety the economic impact that this is happening I mean it's just so multi faceted to get updates from the city tax Bosco bid two nine nine four one one that's B. O. S. C. O. V. I. D. two nine nine four one one at city hall James Earl Hass WBZ Boston news radio tough decisions for the state's medical facilities due to this outbreak WBZ's Karen regal has that Jim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the corona virus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me here we are even when he is being explored four daughters on a daily basis and now we didn't do any of that his voice is gone because he's wonderful full of liquid we believe and we can't speak to Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio every state in the union now reporting confirmed cases of coronavirus with West Virginia announcing its first warship New York thirteen hundred cases of the nearly six thousand nationwide Andrew Cuomo as president trump to deploy hospital ships to help with the crisis something the president in his press conference this afternoon Blige to do we're sending upon request the two hospital ships are being prepared right now the massive ships the the big white chips with the red cross on the side one is headed to New York the other to the west coast one of the big questions for many families has been when kids can go back to school and in the country's most populous state that answer may be this fall governor Gavin Newsom says he now does not believe schools will re open this school year as a covert nineteen outbreak grows I hope I'm wrong but I believe that to be the case based upon work we all have to do the governor is also down coming up the California National Guard to help with humanitarian needs like making sure seniors get food and needed supplies like stone in California houses of worship I have been deeply affected by the outbreak in the restrictions of come along with it but in Somerville the emergency measures where where the emergency measures ban houses of worship and Charlie WBZ's Madison Rogers has a congregation that is adapting houses of worship across the Commonwealth vowed to close their doors the Reverend Dave McAllister is the lead pastor of first church Somerville says services continue online what we were able to do was to host worship in our church and then allow all of the members of our congregation to be able to zoom in other congregations use Facebook live ever McAllister stresses that their churches stayed active just in a different way they have recovery and support groups that meet in the building and daily food services the most vulnerable among us don't have the option to store up food supplies and so as long as the health department allows us to do takeout meals we've wanted to keep our building opens the calloused are says all the colleagues she knows from different faiths are getting creative to keep their communities close in a time of social distancing and Medford Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio latest on the corona virus crisis sixteen formed.

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"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In about fifteen minutes in the middle of a global pandemic primary election season goes on and it's a sweep for Joe Biden Bernie Sanders contemplating what's next Tom Brady about to become a buccaneer becomes official later today to rustic measures at local senior centers lead a heartbreaking moments for elderly residents and their families more details from WBZ's Karen regal Jim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the coronavirus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me here we are even once a week he is being explored four daughters on a daily basis and now we didn't get any of that the voice is gone because his along the floor full of liquid we believe and you can't speak Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio appearing on the Rachel Maddow show on M. S. N. B. C. New York City mayor bill de Blasio painted a dark picture for the Big Apple really sorry to tell you this because the number's gone up literally over a hundred cases we're at nine hundred twenty three cases at this hour with ten people passed away nine hundred twenty three cases in the city in the city alone in the city along racial it's unbelievable how rapidly this crisis is growing right now you made some headlines are with their comments that New York City may see a shelter in place order along the lines of what is being now instituted in the San Francisco Bay Area the governor later said that's not an option being currently considered he said it is being talked about what's the status there this is something as I said today at a press conference could only be done in conjunction with the state of New York what I'm trying to say to people is look at this movement were saying it's tragic Rachel I didn't even know by the time I got to your show will be a hundred more people this is moving very fast we should all be very concerned about how we find a way to slow down the trajectory of this virus the idea of shelter in place has to be considered now it has to be done between in our case the city and state working together respecting the state's role well I was trying to say New Yorkers as this is the reality we're facing now get ready for the possibility because its not so distant an idea at this point even a week ago I would have said no that's impossible but not anymore deblasio claims in New York City will undoubtedly top one thousand cases by today the Massachusetts RMV is re opening some of its customers service locations today they are still asking customers that do not have an immediate needs to delay their visits and for those with kids old enough to get their license and that won't be happening anytime soon road test remains suspended indefinitely the airline industry anticipates a major hit from covert nineteen and so to the people who helped to support it ABC's Jim Ryan says dot includes the agents who are staffing airport security checkpoints considering they're close contact with airline passengers it's not surprising that ATSC agents have tested positive for covert nineteen the attitude at the airport checkpoints they are free average Kelly heads the union representing fifty thousand agents he says the transportation security administration is not providing masks if they will provide the ID nine to five a mess I think it would curtail the spread of this virus federal health officials say there's little evidence that a mass will keep the wearer from contracting cobit nineteen Jim Ryan ABC news and a legitimate question maybe many of you have asked yourself on the front porch this week a few times can coronavirus travel through the.

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Boston - Winchester hospital imposes visiting restrictions to prevent spread

WBZ Morning News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - Winchester hospital imposes visiting restrictions to prevent spread

"Majors at local senior centers in the Commonwealth lead to some heartbreaking moments especially for elderly residents and their families Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the coronavirus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me here we are even once a week if you're looking for four daughters on a daily basis and now he doesn't think any of us the voice is gone because he's along the floor full of liquid we believe and he can't speak Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients

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"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of Americans make the home of their dreams a reality and they can help you to rocket mortgage push button get mortgage flooring ready WBZ's traffic on the three RD thank you waking up under mostly clear skies here in Boston we're already at forty degrees beautiful day on tap for us today plenty of sunshine from start to finish highs in the mid fifty this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop but rain is moving into the picture again tonight and a soaking rain could feature part of our day tomorrow right now it's Wednesday here in Boston March eighteenth it's good to have you with us this morning I'm Jeff brown and here are the five things you need to know at five fifteen is a corona virus now above two hundred in Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says there are tough days to calm but he has no plans to issue a shelter in place order Boston mayor Marty Walsh says the same about the city the roles on a coronavirus texting service nation's capital Congress is considering a an eight hundred fifty billion dollar relief plan that would start putting checks in people's hands in a matter of weeks patriots fans now need to let this sink in Tom Brady is about to become a Tampa Bay Buccaneers drastic measures at local senior centers leads to heart breaking moments for elderly residents and their families a closer look with WBZ's Karen regal Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the coronavirus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me here we are even though he is being explored four daughters on a daily basis and now he doesn't think any of us the voice is gone because he's won the floor full of liquid we believe and we can't speak to Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ.

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"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Klein talks about the up hill battle ahead for Sanders basically over now and it would just be up to Bernie Sanders how do you get out with some dignity intact as long as you're losing badly it doesn't really work that way but in a weird way there may not be any natural pivot points in the next couple of weeks it appears that most if not all of the voting over the next six weeks at least might be shelved and it may be that Bernie Sanders continue on without having to face the wrath of voters who may even win some smaller contests in places that are maybe a little less impacted by covert nineteen Sanders says Americans have a lot of worries and questions about the virus outbreak right now throughout this country there are so many of our people wondering what is gonna happen to me tomorrow my own city Burlington Vermont laws have been shut down breast Florence shutdown childcare center shut down schools shut down what happens to all the people who lose their jobs what happens to people who tonight are worried that they may have the corona virus but don't have the resources to get the test they need or the treatment that they need a Canadian officials says Canada and the U. S. are working out details of a mutual ban on nonessential travel between the two countries amid the corona virus pandemic the official was not authorized to discuss details ahead of an announcement and spoke to the Associated Press on the condition of anonymity both countries are eager to choke off the spread of the virus but also eager to continue the critical economic relationship Canada relies on the U. S. for seventy five percent of its exports truck drivers are among those expected to get an exemption completely closing the border would cause severe economic damage to both the US and Canada ABC's James Longman has the latest on Europe's hardest hit country three hundred and forty five more people dead in Italy in the last twenty four hours the total now over twenty five hundred the health system buckling under the onslaught patients contained or the virus is not families on lock down the dead are buried without them tonight one December of hope cases in Italy's original red zone down slightly the coronaviruses forcing tough decisions that the state's medical facilities WBZ's Karen regal has one such story Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the corona virus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me well here we are in one phone if you're looking for four daughters on a daily basis and now he doesn't think any of us his voice is gone because he's won the floor full of liquid we believe and you can't beat Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio coming up we'll check sports this is a Bloomberg money minute stepped up government efforts to ease the financial pain inflicted by the coronavirus sent stocks sharply higher the Dow Jones industrial average soared one thousand forty nine yes and P. five hundred added one hundred forty three the nasdaq composite jumped four hundred thirty that X. is higher in late trading the coroner says it can handle the increased demand is cutbacks in airline schedules crimp their free capacity but FedEx scrapped its twenty twenty outlook citing uncertainty caused by the pandemic the battle for control of TV station operator take that isn't over even after great television dropped out of the bidding reportedly due to the coronavirus Apollo global management and TV producer Byron Allen say they're still interested treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says markets will stay open despite the covert nineteen pandemic and recent volatility he says he's spoken with banks in the New York Stock Exchange and all agree on the need to keep operating Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio and.

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"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Clean and disinfect voting booths and to make sure the voters could cast their ballots while maintaining the distance from one another was safe ABC political director Rick Klein talks about the up hill battle ahead for Sanders basically over now and it would just be up to Bernie Sanders how do you get out with some dignity intact as long as we're losing badly it doesn't really work that way but in a weird way there may not be any natural pivot points in the next couple of weeks it appears that most if not all of the voting over the next six weeks at least might be shelved and it may be that Bernie Sanders continue on without having to face the wrath of voters he may even win some smaller contests in places that are maybe a little less impacted by covert nineteen Sanders says Americans have a lot of worries and questions about the virus outbreak right now throughout this country there are so many of our people were wondering what is gonna happen to me tomorrow my own city Burlington Vermont laws have been shut down restaurants shut down childcare center shut down schools shut down what happens to all the people who lose their jobs what happens to people who tonight are worried that they may have the corona virus but don't have the resources to get the test they need or the treatment that they need a Canadian officials says Canada and the U. S. are working out details of a mutual ban on nonessential travel between the two countries amid the corona virus pandemic the official was not authorized to discuss details ahead of an announcement and spoke to the Associated Press on the condition of anonymity both countries are eager to choke off the spread of the virus but also eager to continue the critical economic relationship Canada relies on the U. S. for seventy five percent of its exports truck drivers are among those expected to get an exemption completely closing the border would cause severe economic damage to both the US and Canada ABC's James Longman has the latest on Europe's hardest hit country three hundred and forty five more people dead in Italy in the last twenty four hours the total now over twenty five hundred the health system buckling under the onslaught patients contained or the virus is not families on lockdown the dead are buried without them tonight one December of hope cases in Italy's original red zone down slightly the corona virus is forcing tough decisions at the state's medical facilities WBC's Karen regal has one such story Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the corona virus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me well here we are in one phone if you're looking for four daughters on a daily basis and now we didn't see any of that his voice is gone because he's along the floor full of liquid we believe and we can't speak to Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio coming up we'll check sports this is a Bloomberg money minute stepped up government efforts to ease the financial pain inflicted by the corona virus sent stocks sharply higher the Dow Jones industrial average soared one thousand forty nine yes and P. five hundred added one hundred forty three the nasdaq composite jumped four hundred thirty fed ex is higher in late trading the coroner says it can handle the increased demand is cutbacks in airline schedules crimp their free capacity but FedEx scrapped its twenty twenty outlook citing uncertainty caused by the pandemic the battle for control of TV station operator technically isn't over even after great television dropped out of the bidding reportedly due to the coronavirus Apollo global management and TV producer Byron Allen say they're still interested treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says markets will stay open despite the covert nineteen pandemic and recent volatility he says he's spoken with banks in the New York Stock Exchange and all agree on the need to keep operating Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio Hey Dan whose accent is to go to practices oral conscious sedation yeah you're thinking about doctor mark R. Turner twenty I've got such high anxiety about having dental work done and I love the idea of not feeling anything or remembering I was there before I started seeing him I used to have to go to.

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Health system buckling under the onslaught patients contained or the virus is not families on lockdown the dead are buried without them tonight one December of hope cases in Italy's original red zone down slightly the coronaviruses forcing tough decisions at the state's medical facilities WBZ's Karen regal has one such story Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the coronavirus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me well here we are in one phone if you're looking for four daughters on a daily basis and now he doesn't think any of us his voice is gone because he's along the floor full of liquid we believe and we can't be Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio coming up we'll check sports this is a Bloomberg money minute stepped up government efforts to ease the financial pain inflicted by the corona virus sent stocks sharply higher the Dow Jones industrial average soared one thousand forty nine the S. and P. five hundred added one hundred forty three the nasdaq composite jumped four hundred thirty that X. is higher in late trading the coroner says it can handle the increased demand is cutbacks in airline schedules crimp their free capacity but FedEx scrapped its twenty twenty outlook citing uncertainty caused by the pandemic the battle for control of TV station operator technically isn't over even after great television dropped out of the bidding reportedly due to the coronavirus Apollo global management and TV producer Byron Allen say they're still interested treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says markets will stay open despite the covert nineteen pandemic and recent volatility he says he's spoken with banks in the New York Stock Exchange and all agree on the need to keep operating Larry Kaski Bloomberg radio WBZ gets results for thousands of New England businesses if you want to grow your business listen to this this is Joe paling from post pro carpet one of acting you're probably familiar with this line it begins when you look at the floor you think Lupita freshen up this.

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"teresa carson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Media unemployment insurance and historic investments in Medicaid over on Capitol Hill the Senate's number two Republican says there is a good chance sometime this week they'll pass that sweeping relief bill from the house the house has reached agreement centers are currently reviewing the houses legislation which arrived at my dad here in the Senate just this morning and I look forward to passing that bill this week shortly with John soon they're saying the bill has to be followed up though by other relief and stimulus measures South Dakota Republican insisting the United States has the resources not just to deal with the virus but also defeated Democrats insisting the Senate should just pass the bill immediately six forty seven over to New York now mayor bill de Blasio says as a shelter in place situation could be coming this week as they try to fight to keep the corona virus from spreading any further Blasio says this would restrict the day to day movement of anyone consider to be nonessential in a shelter in place they're about to my understanding you know you have to be police officer firefighter health care worker transit worker or any number of people are determined to be essential to the continuance of society he says he's working with the state of New York on this they'll make a decision within the next forty eight hours meantime at the Pentagon defense secretary mark esper says they're considering activating the National Guard and reserve as needed but asper says this will take time if they even go that route right now we have I think eighteen states in over fifteen hundred guardsmen activated a different parts around the country and so as we get requests and we will look at the activating if we need if we need to at the federal level or using the reserves whatever the case may be but we want to be very supportive esper also announcing today the Pentagon is providing millions of but rather I should say thousands of respirator masks and thousands of ventilators as well to hospital staff around the country they're also opening up military labs to run coronavirus testing kits support civilians speaking of the military plans under way right now to reposition hundreds of soldiers based in Iraq a defense department statement calls the consolidation of forces from a few smaller bases in Iraq no time table for the repositioning was given the statement noted success against ISIS and says US troops will continue to advise around key security forces and that is correspondent dean at me you Teo meantime Iraqi base hosting U. S. led coalition and NATO forces was reportedly attacked last night Iraq's military says it rockets slammed into this base just south of Baghdad we have no word just yet on any casualties at six forty nine speaking of Iraq the president there says now he's named a former governor is the nation's prime minister designate this comes after weeks of political infighting their rival political blocks have been struggling to reach a consensus on who exactly would replace the country's outgoing premier residents of the capital Baghdad have been rushing to the stores these days stocking up before days long curfew goes into place amid the corona virus pandemic and back here in the US the corona viruses forcing some tough decisions here in Massachusetts at our medical facilities WBZ's Karen regal has one such story Kim is eighty six years old he's been at Winchester hospital for about a week he has four daughters and he can't see any of them because the hospital owned by Leahy health has had to impose tight restrictions on visitors due to the coronavirus one of his daughters Teresa Carson spoke with me here we are even once a week he is being explored for daughter on a daily basis and now he doesn't think any of us the voice is gone because he's along the floor full of liquid we believe and he can't speak Winchester hospital will allow one visitor at a time with a health screening in a waiver for certain cases that has not happened in this case in a statement the hospital says it is restricting visitors for the safety of its staff and patients Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio at six fifty and of course we've got the Boston are rather Boston mayor Marty Walsh is a dress he said to address the city of Boston coming up at seven thirty tonight we're going to carry that live for you here on WBZ and then just a couple of minutes we'll check traffic and weather together keep it here for the latest on the corona virus crisis sixteen formed with expert insight and trusted reported incident trump and his coronavirus task force trying to reassure a nervous American public that they are working around.

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