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"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates
"Year february of twenty twenty just before the declaration of the lockdown In much in some of to the total of twenty four states as february of twenty twenty had reported roughly three hundred ninety cases incidences of jesse's but by the middle of april just two weeks after knockdown gender based violence incidents had spiked to seven hundred ninety four from less of the total number that i had reported elliott had reports in february in some instances some of our centers had experienced had interacted with about five at the beginning of two thousand twenty by the middle of april with seeing hundred either reported cases or things that had to just leave the house and find a way to get to the sense. Highlighting the structure shadow pandemic miss tolson keeble touchdown processes and more so several things wake kickstarts at the same time during the twenty twenty covid nineteen incident ranging from engaging with a stick critical stakeholders of like the private sector like institutions setting up one stop centers engaging directly through women's movement. We the presidential task because at the beginning of that now there wasn't any concrete plan in place to ten to east incidences of gender based apartments. Because there was complete lockdown people wish shot in seemingly with the enemy. You know the perpetrator and the victim would go out in the morning. Usually you come back at night but suddenly your home. Twenty four hours. Seen each other and so found lance prevailed and so because people couldn't access services they would get to the rule. The police will turn them back. The women's movement came together and onto the joint. Un's might initiative came up with a joint statements that had almost three hundred signatures across. Thank you so. The presidential task say we need gender-based violence to be recognized as chen violence response to be recognized as essential service.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"There's no standardized You know s- pcr threshold so we know. Even the new york times said ninety percent of the test. Positive maybe false positives so we don't know but we're generating billions of dollars for sucking a huge out of the economy and putting into these well-connected companies and it's not doing any good shock tell even brings up the subject which not many people will do that. The principal they're violating is why we testing healthy people are perfectly healthy and they have no symptoms. There's no reason to treat them. And it's back to this fear mongering in this is back to this whole thing that They they want to be able to control people. So i think that that is one thing that's going to be with us for a while in cars a lot of problems but this this whole idea of searching for something that isn't there in re and really in many ways We've been searching for something even this past year that there's there's more and more uncertainties You know if you can see yes. It's there we know some people died in all But but is it exactly as they describe it. You do want to bring up some statistics. A little bit on. Somebody made some reports on on. How many people are are dying from the cova. They've seen we wanted that topic. A r s. This is the cdc's adverse reaction count so this is the cdc numbers and voluntarily reporting of adverse effects of the of the covid of the various different You say vaccines are not exactly vaccines but Yeah the they've been doing doing this. And there there is the the numbers are varying and they warn you this because they're changing every weekday updated but There's an organization initially v. a. r. s. which happens to be vaccine adverse event reporting system. Cdc so it isn't like we had one one scientist who was sort of overly independent and he's come up with this comes from the cdc and this number and you may have a number that slightly off but it could be as high as sixteen hundred Deaths from the vaccines. Laura people know already about the You know the famous Athletes who have died from it out of their goodwill. They were to demonstrate. But that is a lot i mean. How many how many people have have a have died from the virus. A lot of people they have a huge numbers. But there's always qualification. Well they were gonna nursing. How at a stroke and all the others things whether that was the prime reason not we don't know but it could be five or six thousand had other adverse reactions so that gets to be a real problem especially since they don't understand because these these vaccines are not understood three hundred ninety cases of bell's palsy which usually you recover from that's You know the paralysis of facial nerve but you can have permanent too so it means it means.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"With a vaccine I think he said a year and a half or something, and he said yeah but that didn't work out too well because by the time he got it the virus had already burned out. Remember that seems like that's what's happening now. But I wanted to do a couple of quick things because this first thing and it's a, it's a graphic and I think it helps explain it. But this is a recent study from the analyst Internal Medicine. They trace thirty four hundred close contacts of three hundred ninety cases to find the secondary infections because this is the big thing you've got to wear a mask even if you don't have any symptoms because you could infect people in if you look at this chart, you can see something very fascinating. Two hundred and sixty people with severe symptoms infected sixteen. Fourteen hundred and sixty nine with moderate symptoms infected eighty two. Five hundred and seventy six with mild symptoms infected nineteen, three, hundred, five, who are Eysenck. Infected one single person. So the idea that you've got to wear a mask even if you're not sick because you're going to infect people that factor saying otherwise and by the way on the topic of mass look at this this next one here. this is gross Dr Paul. Your mask may be causing candida growth in your mouth red bumps around your mouth and cracks at the corners of your lips may mean you have a fungal infection but of course they have to add but that doesn't mean you should stop wearing your mask. No thank you and you know I was in Heb local grocery store getting some some food and I noticed the lady was wrestling with her papers or something her purse and a lady came by in her cart and she pointed down or you drop something, and I just casually looked over the lady had dropped her mask on the ground and instead of. She picked it up and put it back right over her mouth and nose off of the ground off of the dirty ground that people were walking on. This just shows the insanity of people with these masks, the intimidation and the fear of criticism. But this this keep working at it and and looked to the day when people do wake up and when I see these studies and other people you know changing their minds, but it's just never fast enough but sometimes it cascades. Starting Slow Start and then finally they they give up you know but I thought they would give up when it came to school year when it came to football. This whole thing I, think is so disgusting that they can take something that not only is not harmful but probably beneficial to get people outdoors you know and. Expressing themselves or watching a football game and this thing I mean, they will even regulate high school football. Allow that to happen. So it's the Authoritarians and that's what we have in our type title..
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Coronavirus in Arizona Arizona now has fifty two thousand three hundred ninety cases of corona virus one thousand three hundred thirty nine people have died masks are now required in most places in the valley the city of Phoenix AZ enforcing the new rules starts with the you want the ticket to be the absolute rarest of all possible exceptions the city manager of Phoenix ads are Kerr admits they don't have the time or resources to police mask wearing we depend on our residents to take personal responsibility to comply with lawful orders and if you don't you could face a fine up to two hundred fifty dollars if it gets to the point where police have to be engaged with we hope doesn't happen then the police have educational materials and the chief is issuing instructions about the need to educate and see compliance before moving to a ticket alley that never KTAR news valley Dr Paul Lynch was in New York when the virus peak to now he says there was on a might be headed down the same path it looks like it's heading in that direction we are on the quick upsurge I think it's absolutely time for all of your listeners to take this incredibly seriously Dr Lynch is also speaking from experience about why you should take this virus seriously he contracted cove in nineteen while volunteering at a New York hospital find complete coverage of the corona virus pandemic as well as some useful resources at KTAR dot com slash corona virus it is seven thirty two and it is time for traffic again here's Danny Solomon checking in in forty two ran in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center double let's talk freeways because you've got one that's closed in its I. ten the Maricopa freeway eastbound shut down between rigs road and he live river bridge mile marker one.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Coronavirus in Arizona Arizona now has fifty two thousand three hundred ninety cases of corona virus one thousand three hundred thirty nine people have died mask now required in most places in the valley Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams says her department will focus on educating everyone first we're not going to be leaving with citations were going to be leading with information pamphlets eventually when we get a supply on hand we could even provide some type of surgical mask kind of like the one that you see to the public everyone six years and older is expected to wear a mask when social distancing isn't an option take it very seriously a word of warning from a valley Dr who had coronavirus himself Dr Paul Lynch volunteered in New York to help fight the corona virus and experience the virus first hand he tells KTA ours Mike Broomhead show things in Arizona may not be as bad now but if it gets too bad as New York and we're gonna have thousands and thousands of deaths from people that we live in now this is not some big conspiracy that happening somewhere else this is hitting us Dr Lynch's own experience with corona virus lasted about four days it left him very weak and with the blood oxygen level around fifty percent look for sinner KTAR news find complete coverage of the corona virus pandemic as well as some useful resources at KTAR dot com slash coronavirus it's six thirty two times another update from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center in pretty toward and here's Danny Sullivan we're still working closure out there I it's it's a freeway closure I. ten the Maricopa freeway shut down eastbound between ridge road and the healer river bridge to be about mile marker one sixty seven to mile marker one seventy three you can always use state route eighty seven to five eighty seven and then get back on the I. ten or you can stick with state route three forty seven head on down to casa Blanka road and then go east bound back on the ice and that's going to avoid that closure area so you also have a garbage truck rollover and that's in the east valley hunt highway at Thompson wrote you can always use Gerry or empire Boulevard instead.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"At six oh two two seven seven five eight two seven Bryce and Bryan your Sundays from seven to nine with the which dealership garden show Arizona's news station station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic eight thirty good Sunday morning I'm John roller T. A. R. Arizona department of health services how with new coronavirus numbers at this hour as of this hour there has been twenty five hundred ninety two new cases reported since yesterday morning that brings the number of total positive cases to fifty two thousand three hundred ninety we added one death overnight and the death toll now is at thirteen hundred and thirty nine cases once again the number of new positive cases reported this morning by the Arizona department of health services twenty five hundred ninety two cases that brings the total to fifty two thousand three hundred ninety cases another busy morning for firefighters making up the southwest area type one incident team now that Cruz been heading up operations on the bush fire burning in the Tonto basin for more than a week now that fire has burned more than one hundred seventy four thousand acres fifteen percent contained now in addition to overseeing operations on the bush fire that team will now take up operations on the central fire central fire broke out yesterday morning near New River it has burned fifteen hundred acres and it's zero percent contained this morning eight thirty June let's check in with Mike Daniels right now he's got a look at traffic live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Sir for street access will make dollar forty First Avenue pressure Tempe a rule wrote elderly to drive this is south Broadway and in three acts of Bobby bicycle Thomas road.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Number of cases and deaths here in Florida they do two updates one at eleven AM and one at six PM to six PM update just came in and we went from I think it was about three hundred ninety cases to four hundred thirty two now it's testing ramps up and I many times I've said I'll keep saying it you're gonna see more more cases are we've also increased to nine deaths it was at eight before right correct ands one thing that I want to point out when you take a look at the total number of cases across the country we are with that new number we are the we have the fifty most amount of coronavirus cases in the country New York leads the way they're they're up over four thousand cases Washington state over eleven hundred cases California at about nine hundred then you've Jersey at about seven hundred fifty and then now us in Florida at four hundred thirty two again that we know about ands when it comes to testing where at around three thousand task total that have been conducted here in the state so even though testing is ramping up and we're starting to see the numbers of total cases reflect that overall testing is still way way far behind so that's those are the latest numbers out of Florida I wanna talk a little bit about something that we discussed the other night this idea I don't know where it originated from the first two places I thought were in Australia and Ireland stories designating an hour in the morning right when they open to just allow in those who are elderly those who are most at risk for developing the most severe symptoms associated with this coronavirus they wanted to let them in for that hour when the store is completely sanitized let them get the supplies they need also of course the story is completely stopped at that point and on this show we started pushing for that to happen here with our big chains whether it's Walmart target Publix Winn Dixie I and now it's happening I think with all of them correct yeah I've got Publix Walmart and Winn Dixie right now won't are published starting on Tuesday they're gonna open one hour earlier on Tuesdays and Wednesdays until further notice from seven to eight AM the pharmacy is also going to be open so you will take all care of all your prescription means that you you need without the hassle of having to wait in line with other people so that'll be good and then the new operating hours generally overall ATMs APM Walmart they're gonna start on Tuesday as well the senior hour starts at six AM while there's different age ranges so for published in sixty five and older okay for Walmart is sixty and older and they're gonna be run there is from next Tuesday through April twenty eighth for now regular hours been adjusted so for regular shoppers at seven AM to eight thirty PM but again for the seniors an early call at six AM to seven after that but see my dad's a probably like that all the time giving is going to be some people like when you were a kid when you're in high school and you were sixteen and you've tried to find somebody who is twenty one to go by you know some some liquor yeah your toilet paper roll pay you extra like thirty five you like Hey here's a that's great if you're publishing your sixty four do you like me to figuration get in there I guess check ideas that's a good question I don't know your with security yeah I I don't know I mean you would hope people would just respect the policies I mean we're all in this together let's do our part to help that's an easy way to help them take advantage given my endeavor to get my toilet paper my paper towels today that was they had a pretty clamp down on there so where did you go you you are showing off your paper towels and toilet paper which is dangerous thing I don't know if I'd that's like walking around let everybody know you have a couple of months in for Mike because he wants to be my car all day thank you so much break in my car is still a lot that we live in we are worried about people breaking in our car to steal our and it's will Packer took the make told pack of mega rolls and two packs of organic paper towels yeah I was thinking about this when you showed me that toilet paper I haven't had this problem because I'm actually pretty stocked up bye there's one particular brand that I always get it cannot be too well right now in these times that we live in Ryan paper towels napkins things like that doesn't really matter toilet paper is a little different you know you have your your go to type of toilet paper I don't just switch that **** nilly well looks like you're gonna have to the biggest problem you're having right now is potentially having to buy a different toilet paper brand on this all pretty well what is the characteristic of your toilet paper that you have to have a certain brand I don't like this super soft fluffy kinds I feel like they come apart like they're not I don't I don't know I just I don't I don't like them this conversation is disturbing to be honest I just thought of that until I saw my dad B. you had this what you're doing this between the two products sixteen box I normally pay like three forty nine or two forty nine for a four pack of toilet paper okay so this was like sticker shock and of course the organic yeah Janick that's all they had to recycle paper see on on dates but that's literally all they have I went to Publix first because it was around eight I'm like well let me just go pop over there like around eight thirty ones already work Publix was as zero number one vehicle hoarding like crazy not chose both sides empty can we talk about that for a second people have got to get a grip this supply chains when it comes to supermarkets and all that stuff they're not disrupt it the supplies are there it just it's it's taking a little while to catch up with the demand but there's no issue this is unlike the ventilator situation that cotton swabs situation for the corona virus tests that's not the case when it comes to toilet paper or groceries you don't need to rush out and horror all of this stuff is not your normal shopping right it's not like a hurricane your supply routes get cut off but I was shocked because it was the first time I've gone in Publix or any supermarket like during the early morning or when this is all the supposedly going on usually pop in it like you know seven forty five of the last rally right and so the line in public schools from where the checkouts were if your use of going any published inteligo it stick around to the left all the way back to where the bakery as the one I was at wow and then I made a beeline for the I'll just stopped dead shelves nothing although from like mid span all the way back to the back I turn around I see a woman in front of me we'll take her car is literally completely full to the brim she in this is no reason for that and she had like every kind of red meat you could think of just stacked on top of each other for like twelve packs of soda on the bottom part and like everyone everywhere I looked and then and I wanted to text when a target is what people you know darting out with like you know you got a packet a twenty four pack of water under one arm that pack of paper towels into the other so I'd run in there go to the paper towel while they have not one but two target security people guarding the I'll make sure you're not taking more than prices ridiculous look I've been very honest with everybody about this whole corona virus issue if there's something I think you should be concerned about I've told Jenna we take this very seriously from the start I'm telling the yeah when it comes to groceries you don't have to worry there's no shortage we're not out of stuff and we're not unable to get the stuff to the stores and it's also and and that that is true even if this extends for a long period of time we're not that's not an issue right now so relax you don't need to stock up you don't need to hoard do not shutting down the supermarkets that's not even on the day they're not even shutting down supermarkets in Italy right now their first looking at limiting the amount of people who can be in a supermarket at the same time in the hours that they run in Italy and they've been through much worse than we've gone through so far you don't need to run out and load up on all this stuff and ransacked the toilet paper aisle yeah this is not necessary not coming up in a moment I want to get to an issue involving young people and this coronavirus we're getting some new numbers that are actually pretty concerning and I also want to talk about this kind of related a California man who has died due to corona virus after visiting Disney world we'll tell you about that next on PM Tampa Bay news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA several of the Santa speaking in South Florida covert nineteen drive through test site he says the people they're focusing on their health care workers we want to make sure that they can get tested immediately and then the other group that is going to be the focus will be those senior citizens sixty five and over who are symptomatic of having corona virus Florida lawmakers meanwhile adopting a new budget but uncertainty because of coronavirus remains it's a ninety three billion dollar deal but the governor says this corona virus outbreak is a serious threat to Florida's economy looking at a different economic picture I think it's one we can recover from but that is going to be an issue that will have to address the budget includes a half billion dollars for increased teacher pay raises for correctional workers and state employees and more money to combat blue green algae I'm Rory o'neill and the Florida's news I'm.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Better you don't have the virus in your blood we could collect the blood now this is a possible treatment this is not a proven treatment just one emphasized that collect the blood concentrate that can have the ability one six pathogen free that is virus free be able to give that to other patients in the lobby lines in response could potentially provide a benefit to patients another thing that we're looking at over the next couple weeks we'll have more information that we're really pushing hard to try to accelerate that that's in this sort of more meeting short term and that'll be a bridge to other therapies that will take us three to six months to develop and this is a continuous process there is no beginning and end to check this this is another question is through all right that was the FDA commissioner glad you're with us news roundup and information overload our Steven Hahn FDA commissioner talking about Clark wine and and this new plasmonic possibility is as treatments and one of the drug as I mentioned earlier today and cutting all FDA red tape to show an enormous promise I've gone through all the technical aspects of this throughout the show today but to give us more of a medical perspective we have doctor Peter concertino brain surgeons was the head of the New York head and neck institute and here to discuss also Betsy McCall a former lieutenant governor New York also chairwoman of the committee to reduce infectious deaths all right Dr Constantino we've seen great promise and a lot of these areas could you go into this for example this malaria drug which has shown promise in China South Korea and other places what are your thoughts personal thank you for having me on the show and that's you know it's a little closer which to be honest with you having said that you know four corners it was developed in nineteen forty six when the original antibiotics it was used for years and still is for many forms of malaria and it's also used for Twitter colitis lupus are sugar in syndrome these are auto immune diseases and it seems that the core Quinn has two affects both of which are potentially very valuable against the the coronavirus one is that it may be virus title were actually kills the virus or hopes it stopped replicating it and I think most people know that viruses unlike bacteria which can replicate themselves viruses inject their material into a cell and then hijacked a human cell to start making viruses out for them and affect the cells are damaged so the core Quinn and that roughly quickly seem to interfere with this but they also do another thing there any anti inflammatory and that's why they're useful with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis and one of the problems that really critically ill patients with coronavirus infection have is that they get cytokine storm which is their body attacking itself and so the court can also stops the fat Cranston to some degree a great analysis and and from what I hear in the doses that they're talking about four five hundred milligrams there is risk but it's reduced taken in larger quantities doctor Costantino my understanding is it could have a negative or detrimental impact on this I cite that cetera it's a very rare complication because the truck and buying to the pigments in your rate now but around the area called the macula macula is the most sensitive area of the rectangle out you see everybody's heard of macular degeneration this can cause a pharmacologic type of macular degeneration but it's very rare the other things that can cause tonight is which is ringing in the ears and deafness but the hydroxy core Quinn seems to have a much lower side effect profile than standard core clean and is an example news ninety six point five W. DPO with interrupting the show because you asked for breaking news when it happens news good afternoon five o'clock news ninety six point five five eleven excuse me five eleven A. news ninety six point five W. DPO I'm Tony Marino hope you are well we are interrupting a Sean Hannity for a news conference from governor Ron DeSantis we're gonna take you there live now on news ninety six point five W. DPO in the state of Florida S. recent snapshot states up to three hundred ninety cases positive cove in nineteen ninety eight of those are in Broward county in eighty six of those are in Miami Dade and so that's almost half of that total cases in Florida are in Broward and Dade and obviously Broward disproportionately to date you know has more given the differences in population so I told Jared as soon as all the stuff with the testing when we are trying to figure out are we getting the kids center not I was like look we just got to do this ourselves so he.
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"New York City's Williamsburg neighborhood, some three hundred ninety cases have been confirmed there and Rockland county north of New York City with two hundred two cases, he's I gather our communities which avoid vaccinations is that correct? You know, what's interesting is that it's not correct. The ramp is the religious leaders in these communities has been pleading with their members and get their kids back. Stay with, you know, the the the group think that exists among some of the families of communities almost inexplicable because there's there's nothing the rabbis say commercial perspective that would keep people from getting their kids vaccinated. And yet for some reason these people Wardley Bob's are just beginning. Incredibly stubborn Ben doing the right thing at the base of the illegal policies, the governor, and the mayor and their religious leaders are still and interviews believed that bacteria are that their kids don't need it. And the fact that their kids are all getting sick and others. Are that doesn't tell them something. It's just it's it's it's really frustrating. I mean, the pure. Since two pity is almost overwhelming. But that's why. Well, we've got to do we've got to undertake eight invest at aggressive and immediate public education campaign on this topic to Sheridan crane, Missouri. Good evening. Sharon. Good evening, Jim. I'm going to nickel point whenever you have a population. That is largely backs needed. Eventually, the disease will either be lowered to a very minimal level or it will die out because there's so she's of infection no longer exist. How ever there's an eight hundred pound gorilla sitting in this room that nobody wants to talk about talk about it. Okay. Needles were Radic aided in this country. However, we have a large number of individuals coming into this country. Illegally from countries that do not vaccinate and do measles is one of the diseases that is coming here to virtuous his that does not respond to conventional treatment is also on the rise. And there will be other diseases. That was one of the the means by which people were admitted to Ellis Island a century ago. And that is that is something that needs to be brought up obviously that has to contribute to a certain extent when people come from areas, which don't receive adequate healthcare, and they are not vetted, but just simply wander in which in many cases happens that has got to be at least a contributing factor. Mr pitts. Truly not gonna Wayne to the immigration debate. By your new get people into into our countries that are not vaccinated as Americans are or parts of the world. Are it becomes a problem is never died? They just lay dormant waiting for hosting vaccinated, then the whole horrible cycle begins again. So again, the whole issue relative to public health is if everybody is back state, we're all risk whether they're citizens whether they're immigrants legal or illegal. We have to make sure people understand the the absolute urgency of getting everybody thought our borders back. And and again, I would I will reject us that much of the immigration debate. Again, there are many reasons why it is important to vet those who enter the country, and that's one of them in my view Arnie in Ames Iowa. Hello arnie. Hello. Yes. Well. Calling to make a comment about German who earlier state of bet if his kids earned back, then they didn't pose threats to other kids in that in actuality. They they pose the biggest Brad's the not everybody can have that feeds do certain medical conditions. And and as this would a to earlier that people who haven't are aren't as to start those backs teams are also at risk. Those people are the ones that are the most at risk in the Middle East. They're the ones that are the most vulnerable or the awful side effects that tees 'cause he's actually putting most people at risk. I not vaccinating. All right thoughts about that. Peter bits of what he said do we now adequately screen people if they are at risk for taking a vaccine, do we adequately screen those people? We do. But I think we can always do better. I think Dr to recognize that the vaccine schedule can be changed. It can be Lincoln based on a date individual child's the person public health profile. But I think at the end of the day, it's going to be the very rare case, we're doctor you can say, you know, what is child health condition really doesn't permit. You know him or her to get back stated at the end of the if you don't get your kids back to the only way they don't cause public health threat to never looked out the front door what he's six five O, JIMBO..
"three hundred ninety cases" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Neighborhood, some three hundred ninety cases have been confirmed there and Rockland county north of New York City with two hundred two cases, these I gather our communities which avoid vaccinations that correct? What's interesting is that it's not correct. The religious leaders of these communities has been pleading with their members get their kids back. You know, the the the group think that exists among some of the families of these communities almost inexplicable. There's nothing the rabbis say commercial perspective that would keep people from getting their kids back for some reason. These people moms are just being incredibly stubborn event doing the right thing, and based of illegal governor, and the mayor and their religious leaders are still having to believe that vaccines are safe that their kids don't need it. It's the fact that their kids are all getting sick, and others are the tell them something. It's just it's it's frustrating. I mean, the the pure stupidity is almost overwhelming. But that's why. Well, we've got to we've got to undertake eight fast and aggressive and immediate public education campaign on this topic to Sheridan crane, Missouri. Good evening. Sharon. I'm going to Nick appoint whenever you have a relation that is largely vaccinated eventually the disease will either be lowered to very minimal level or it will die out because there's so she's of infection no longer exist. How ever there is an eight hundred pound gorilla sitting in this room that nobody wants to talk about talk about it. Okay. Needles were Radic aided in this country. However, we have a large number of individuals coming into this country illegally from countries that do not vaccinate and measles is one of the diseases. That is coming here to kilos is that does not respond to treatment is also on the rise. And there will be other diseases. Was one of the the means by which people were admitted to Ellis Island century ago. And that is that is something that needs to be brought up obviously that has to contribute to a certain extent when people come from areas, which don't receive adequate healthcare, and they are not vetted, but just simply wander in which indicates was happens that has got to be at least a contributing factor. Mr pitts. Well, you're not gonna Wayne to the immigration debate. You get people into into our countries that are not vaccinated as Merican czar or parts of the world. Are it becomes a problem? Never die. They just lay dormant waiting for host vaccinating, then the whole horrible cycle begins again. So again, the whole issue relative to public health is everybody is back stated all of risk whether they're citizens whether they're immigrants legal or illegal. We have to make sure people understand the the absolute urgency of getting everybody thought our borders vaccinated. And and again, I would I will reject just that much of the immigration debate. Again, there are many reasons why it is important to vet those who enter the country, and that's one of them in my view Arnie in Ames Iowa. Hello arnie. Hello. Yes. Make a comment about German who earlier stayed in bed. If his kids earn back into they didn't pose threats to other kids in that in actuality. They they pose the biggest threats the not everybody can have axes do certain medical conditions and and as. This earlier that people who haven't are of the ace to start. Those vaccines are also at risk. Those people are the ones that are the most are the ones that are the most vulnerable or the awful side of expertise. So he's actually putting most people at risk by not vaccinating. All right thoughts about that. Peter pits to what extent do we now adequately screen people if they are at risk for taking a vaccine, do we adequately screen those people? We do. But I think we can always do better. I think doctors to recognize that the vaccine schedule can be changed. It can be linked based on individual trials. Personal public health profile. I think at the end of the day, it's going to be the very rare case where doctors say, you know, what health condition? Doesn't permit him or her to get at the end of the you. Don't get your kids back. The only way they don't close public health threat. If you never let out the front door what he's six five O, JIMBO..
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"The answer dot com. This is an nine seventy the answer. Fifty degrees at six thirty seven to low with local news. I here's what's going on. With a measles outbreak growing in New York City. Some people are making posters urging their neighbors to get back to Nate CBS to New York reports that signs are being put up with messages. Encouraging vaccines a few posters in crown heights. Brooklyn were hung up saying people were who don't give accented we'll create a pandemic of insurmountable horror city officials have confirmed three hundred ninety cases of measles. They say most of the cases are in Williamsburg city says they have nothing to do with the new posters going up, and there's a shakeup in the Elizabeth police force as the Union County prosecutor's office is taking over the department's internal affairs division. Prosecutors announced yesterday that it has oversight of internal affairs functions for the city's police Elizabeth police director James Cosgrove has recently been accused of using racial slurs and sexist language in the legal letter written last week county. Prosecutors say their investigation confirms those complaints are accurate than. Violation of Elizabeth City policy in sports DJ LeMay, Hugh singled in the go ahead run in the ninth inning. Yankees rallied to beat the angel. Six five bombers rallied from five down to win at six straight. Mets the six hits and a six nothing lost to the excuse me to the Phillies at city field and the NFL draft gets underway tonight. Nashville personnel takes place tonight rounds two and three tomorrow four through seven on Saturday. The jets have the third overall pick the giants will pick twice in the first round. They hold the sixth and seventeenth selections. Stuck in traffic w Hames company answer? Let's see what's happening here on the FDR drive south over at house in St. it's an accident being cleared alternate side parking role suspended today through Saturday for religious observance metered parking rules in effect slowing down on the e- west at Springfield boulevard with a collision then on the e- west main street in queens and accident there as well. In down. She'd WB only five minutes getting into town Lincoln twenty Holland disabled vehicle in the two it looks like thirty minutes. It's in over at the Holland eighty east as you get out toward Saddlebrook. An accident was cleared and twenty two westbound by hillside avenue hillside, an accident blocking one lane air traffic slowing down over on ninety five northbound getting up into porchester with an accident blocking one lane checking in on the forecast cloudy today, high of about sixty thunderstorms tomorrow, high of sixty three you now know where not to go. I'm Debbie do hayme with Joe Piscopo AM nine seven by Dell Joe on the radio is twenty minutes before seven o'clock six forty right now. Thank you, Mike Lindell's manage a great patriot. He's a strong man of faith what he has gone through in his life. I'm telling you have such a mess respect and love for Mike Lindell,.
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"He twenty candidates take sides on voting rights for felons as a national movement, which is a head. I think Florida's served as a reminder to a lot of other states that this is actually something that is politically viable, and that people are really interested in that voters enthusiastic about the patchwork map of felon voting rights in the United States and campaigns for change. I'm tansy Vega. And that's next time on the takeaway, weekday afternoons at three on ninety three point nine FM. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Earlier this month after delivering speech to a construction union Joe Biden was asked. What's the hold up by a pool of reporters? You made it pretty clear the day he'd announce he was running for president was fast approaching footing. Everything together man, never gonna gather my intention beginnings. If I were to be the last person to announce a good day, then I get a shot off two races his expected to begin that race this morning becoming the twentieth candidate enter the democratic primary, and let's bring NPR Scott d'etre who is covering the twenty twenty presidential campaign. Hi, scott. Good morning. Okay. So what is the landscape for a candidate like former vice president Joe Biden? This is the most diverse field ever. This is the largest field in memory, very importantly is now at maximum capacity for the debates. There's only space for twenty candidates on the stage. Over the course of tonight's just twenty, you know, more room, no more room. So let's just look at one metric of support collectively campaigns have raised more than seventy five million dollars. So far the democratic side. So Joe Biden has a lot of catching up to do. He is getting started today with a big fundraiser and Philadelphia with high profile names from the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. But this is just one of the many ways that isn't isn't the exact fit for the modern campaign or the current Democratic Party. He's going to be raising a lot of big money from big donors like Hillary Clinton did while there's a really focused on small donors online driving. Their campaign was interesting. I mean, he said himself he wanted to wait and be the last to declare which has allowed people are ready to raise questions about his past and his record even before making it official how how's he dealing with that the way that this played out was Biden already dealt with the negatives of being a candidate without fully being in the race in having a chance to make the case for him. Self the positives. Most prominently several women have stepped forward to say that ways. He touched them made them uncomfortable Biden has been known for a long time. They touchy guy candidate who just gives out a lot of hugs that even then he seemed taken aback by this the campaign put out statements. He did a video. Protecting personal space. In when Biden did a public appearance. He basically laughed off the accusations publicly and has to do a press conference cleaning that up this is Barack Obama's vice president he's the top foreign policy democrat over the course of decades, but there's a lot of different policies the nineties tough on crime policies, the fact that he shared the Nita here hill hearing something he said he would do differently positions that he had on guns on bussing over the course of decades. And the fact is the Democratic Party has shifted pretty hard to the left in the last few years, especially in just a different political world than when Biden was was in the Senate for a long time on the party shifted to the left, and you also have this as we said really diverse field with a lot of younger candidates given that like what is Biden's pitch to voters in? I'm in Houston right now because I was covering a forum yesterday where eight democratic candidates appeared. And that was just another event really crystallizing the progressive leftward shift of the party over the. Last few years abidance seems to be positioning himself to campaign in a centrist way not just on policy but in tone approach to politics as well. Expect to hear him talk a lot about unifying the country. He's been saying a lot recently, how President Trump and his style of governing and campaigning are hurting America, eroding, its ideals and values. So that's that's the the focus that we expect to hear from Biden, especially in the early days. All right NPR's, Scott detro- on this day where Biden becomes the twentieth. Democrat in the race, Scott. Thanks a lot shifting. So we're not even halfway into twenty nineteen. And yet the number of measles cases declared has already surpassed any other year since the disease was declared eliminated in the US two decades ago. Right. So the centers for disease control and prevention confirmed yesterday that the number of cases right now has risen to six hundred ninety five twenty two states have been impacted. But the majority of the cases are in a couple specific parts of the country. One of those is New York City predominantly among the orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn and queens three hundred ninety cases there alone since that outbreak began lost last October. Dr Joseph kaplowitz is a pediatrician working with that community. Here's what he had to say about the reluctance to get vaccinated, some of the misinformation is that a causes autism that vaccines contain mercury that the vaccine that that even the disease itself will actually protect them from cancer that these. Himself will protect them from. Let's talk more about this with Gwen HOGAN, she covers health from member station WNYC in New York and morning the morning. How's it going good? Thanks for being here for us. Can you just talk about how the situation has gotten so severe in this particular part of New York City? Sure. The outbreak has been going on since October here in New York, several travelers caught the virus in other countries, including Israel, the Ukraine. I and the UK they brought it back, and there were enough unvaccinated people within this population that it's spread and spread and spread. And the New York City now says that they track the recent spike in cases to January incident where unvaccinated child had the measles, but wasn't showing symptoms and went to school which was against the orders of the health department at the time, and there were other unvaccinated children in class. And so it's spread to some forty other people and since then there's just kind of been an ongoing spike, and we heard a little bit there about some of what people in this. Community feel about vaccinations. Just step back from you can covering this for for some time. Now, what what more are you hearing from community leaders and families who have been impacted by this. Yeah, I want to say the vast majority of people within this community vaccinate almost all of the community leaders. The religious leaders the pediatricians as you heard have come out in support of vaccination. But there is a small percentage of the community that is listening to sort of the larger anti vaccination. Voices on this field of have been swayed by some of this misinformation, and the what I'm hearing in the community is that there's just a lot of frustration because it does directly impact this community. The most people who can't get vaccinated are really susceptible during measles outbreak. So people who are immunosuppressant who are undergoing chemotherapy children are our children who are undergoing chemotherapy and babies who are too young to be vaccinated. So there's a lot of frustration and within the community about this. How is this going to get contained the mayor of New York declared a state of emergency this month? But it seems like the cases are just growing like as whatever the city's doing is not working. That's a good question. We're going to see because as you said, the mayor just announced a state of emergency which mandates vaccination in certain zip codes in Williamsburg since then they've seen about a thousand children get vaccinated. They've also started to issue fines under this order twelve. People have been find. So the city says that they're seeing some early success, but there's a long incubation period for measles. So we're gonna see how this plays out over the next few weeks Quinn HOGAN covers health from member station WNYC in New York City talking on Skype this morning when we appreciate it. Thanks for having me..