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Congress salutes last WWII Medal of Honor recipient
"Congress is giving it ultimate final salute to an Iwo Jima battle hero Chief warrant officer four hershel woody Williams He died last month at 98 as the last remaining World War II Medal of Honor recipient We have lost a deeply selfless American and a vital link to our nation's greatest generation His commitment to his fellow veterans inspires caregivers at the woody Williams VA medical center House speaker Nancy Pelosi and top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell were among those speaking as Williams was lying in honor in the capitol rotunda a tribute only 6 other private citizens have received including Rosa Parks Sagar Meghani Washington
Washington DC VA Medical Center Mammography Program Fails To Open, Closed for More Than a Year
"The Veterans Affairs Department's flagship hospital in D. C. Is failing to reopen his mammography program. Our part isn't news for reporting tonight that an internal inspection, which was launched in the summer of 2019 found issues at the Northwest D. C. V, a medical center concerning key staff departures, failure to send out notifications of patients and delays in restarting on site screenings. News Force I team told that the breast cancer screening program there has not operated since the pro begin. In response, the D. C. V, A medical center says, in part that they are actively pursuing its reopening and have hard and experience mammography radiologist who was working on reinstituting the program in line with the newly created Action plan. As we
"va medical center" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Many voters were able to cast their ballots by mail during a pandemic bills are getting introduced that she says would restrict access. The voters in minnesota turned down a constitutional amendment. Have voter id and twenty twelve. They turned down so on. What basis do we have to move forward to do. Probably don't have what he is referring to. A bill introduced this session by senate republicans to make another attempt at a voter. Id offer minnesota republicans calling for changes. Say they're responding to concerns from constituents they also were at odds over last year's temporary lifting of a witness signature requirement for absentee ballots. I'm mike mohan. President joe biden. Wednesday signed three executive orders. He said about overturn several key. Directives of donald trump in his first hours working for the oval office that from the new york post they report biden signed orders rejoining the paris climate accord promoting racial equity and healthcare and other areas and requiring anti covid. Nineteen masks worn in federal buildings. The post notes biden said former. President trump loved him eight very generous letter. Despite skipping the inauguration for wednesday morning flight to florida asked the new begins its work. Faith leaders say there's an opportunity for religious communities to tamper down on extremism and work towards peace and unity many supporters at the capitol insurrection to be fueled by religious fervor displaying signs with christian imagery. Some were participants in the jericho march a gathering of christians rallying for election integrity and some shouted slogans that appeared to equate former president. Donald trump with jesus jennifer copeland of the north carolina council of churches explains that extremist views of christianity have existed since the country's founding but she notes there have always been christians who have fought for democracy and social justice. They were always christian. Schools stood up in the face of demagogues. And we're going to make a difference the same way we always have. We're going to be faithful to the call of scripture to love god and love neighbor. I'm not a yo ramlogan. This is p. Ns doctors warn that delaying kanter screenings and preventative healthcare while sheltering in place during the pandemic could lead to serious health consequences later data from the us. Census bureau shows that more than three point. Seven million new yorkers said they delayed medical care because of the pandemic according to dr steven angelo with the united healthcare medicare and retirement in new york delaying or forgoing care such as routine cancer. Screenings in annual physicals increase the incidence of preventable and treatable illness. The national cancer institute predicted earlier this year. That delayed screening could lead to ten thousand additional deaths from preston colorectalcancer alone over the next decade. He says patients should feel confident. That doctors offices are taking additional precautions to keep them safe and prevent the spread of infection during the pandemic. I'm andrea sears. Reporting and groups that advocate for the rights of people in prison are criticizing those administration for refusing to include incarcerated mainers in phase one b of the vaccine rollout at starts in february. That's when older mainers. And those with underlying health conditions such as diabetes and chronic lung or heart conditions. Get the vaccine. But if someone is in prison even if they're older than seventy or have underlying conditions they likely won't get the vaccine until the second phase governor janet mills so sad. The logistics are feasible. Joseph jackson with the main prisoner advocacy coalition says. He's disappointed at the lack of care. Being shown to mainers imprison. We have to remember that the people who are incarcerated still citizens in they fall into more categories instantly banning a concentrated correction staff are included in phase one along with other frontline essential workers such as teachers and school staff public transit employees used in grocery store and food industry workers for public news service. I'm lily bulky. Filing our gloves tolsey wyoming wildlife task force. What did to get to work with eighteen. Newly-appointed members that include landowners sportsmen women conservations legislators and government leaders across that state. Their charge is to present recommendations that will be used to support policy decisions on. Wyoming's wildlife resources. Why owning game and fish. Commissioner president p dubey is chairing the effort and promises that the task forces work will be transparent and open to the public. It's not a closed door process. The public is welcome to attend. If it's through zoo to provide comments just because you're not on the task force doesn't mean you don't have any input. One main focus will be determining how hunting licenses for big game will be distributed. And what fee adjustments might be needed due to covid nineteen safety concerns. The task force will spend the first several months digging deeper a complex issues. So when the meetings begin in person in wyoming all members will be fully up to speed. This is my clifford for public. News service member listener supported heard on great radio stations across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org it is good weather from the heartland news feed weather center today. Sunny skies northwest wind. Steady around fifteen miles per hour gusting to twenty two miles per hour high near forty tonight mostly clear with wind speeds remaining consistent gusts as high as twenty two miles. Put out little around. Thirty one sunny skies install for thursday with light wind. Piney forty six. That's the latest weather checkouts more news and weather on our website at hard on newsfeed dot com one forty seven thirty five and you cannot let a guy have twenty points in the two overtimes one guy a guard and i mean it's just flat out simple god's name do you have a guy thirty eight a guy thirty seven guy. Twenty one ten and twelve the triple double hard nezar triple double irving has thirty seven durant as thirty eight and and durant had thirty eight twelve and eight and was twelve of twenty five floor. Three of nine from downtown irving three of eight from downtown harden was three of six from downtown. And you lose. Well you lose because you don't play defense. 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It was flat out embarrassing. I mean they just don't play defense. Saxton was drilling threes in durant's face. He's a seven footer guy..
First doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered at Houston’s Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
"Houston's. Va medical center is now giving up the pfizer vaccine but one nurse told houston public media some of our colleagues. Don't plan to take it. Carlos lally gave a covid vaccine education workshop. Va nurses morning. I did ask everyone. Hey how you doing. It is pretty much the majority of the staff there. They have concern for the safety. That if it's affecting the safety of the vaccine is a lot of them are afraid to get the vaccine houston. Va received an initial shipment of three thousand doses for healthcare
Vet groups call for Wilkie's dismissal after scathing audit
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting that groups are calling for the dismissal of the Veterans Affairs secretary three veterans groups the Iraq and Afghanistan veterans of America disabled American veterans and amvets are calling for the immediate dismissal of Veterans Affairs secretary Robert Wilkie following a scathing government audit on Thursday a report from the Veterans Affairs inspector general concluded Wilkie acted unprofessionally if not an ethically and handling a congressional aides allegation of sexual assault at a VA hospital the investigation concluded Wilkie repeatedly sought to discredit Andrea Goldstein who alleged a man physically assaulted her at the VA Medical Center in Washington DC in September twenty nineteen Goldstine is a navy veteran and senior policy adviser to democratic representative mark Takano who chairs the house Veterans Affairs committee might cross CO Washington
"va medical center" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Easiest I'm a non invasive cardiologist focuses on structural echo novel therapies for heart disease I run the court lab here. I'm also very interested in medical education research would like to think the cardio give me an opportunity to speak about our cardiovascular program is very admirable that they're using these podcasts showcase specific disease entities, fellows in programs across countries especially during a time where virtual earning has become more. As you just heard Ben Madden Emily discussed a wonderful case of difficult to manage shock patient competing pathologies. A massive GI bleed stemming critical thinking was vital to successfully managing this patient active collaboration between I G. The floor cardiology team in the interventional team was essential for this case this case highlights is one of the many amazing cases are Trini. See here at UCF as well as the breath and depth of pathology across three amazing sites are at Long Hospital County Hospital, which safety net. Hospital, in our San, Francisco Va Medical Center, all of which have state of the art care where our fellas take center stage in the diagnosis in management of patients are intimately involved with every critically ill cardiac patients are fellows also mentioned this, but it's worth emphasizing further that one of the other things that defines our training program is the degree to which are core fellas have significant graduated autonomy. You don't hold back. We let them do quite a bit early on with the appropriate supervision. At the county I assist with stem is in the cath lab helped place in pumps eighty device checks. Trans Venus Pacers tease to help with the imaging during Mitra clips and Taveres at our San Francisco va work with a whole host of advanced fellows. MOFFITT long provide amazing care her fellows very comprehensive and rigorous training in their first two clinical years at the end of their second year, they're able to function in many cases at an attending level seeing this transition fellowship is one of the most rewarding. Parts of my job is rector given that it's interview season. We get a lot of questions about what we're looking for among people interested in our training program first and foremost I would say we're looking for people with passion in particular area, whatever it may be something that drives the training to WanNa help advance how a practice cardiology great to see trainees shering interview really light up about something they've done a really want to do I feel it's our job to really help them realize that passion intriguing. One size fits we have crafted several training pathways for Fellas who've been interested in emerging areas including cardio oncology, crinkle care cardiology, global cardiology medical education in artificial intelligence to name a few are training program doesn't lock anyone into specific mold training tries to provide everyone choices in the tools they need to be successful. That's being a basic translational uncle researcher and Educator Administrator leading.
"va medical center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Va Medical Center. Dr Crawford has an impressive educational background. She's a veteran a registered nurse and has completed her doctorate in health administration at the University of Phoenix. She serves as the subject matter. Expert on suicide prevention. She's responsible for providing education and oversight for veterans who've been deemed high risk for suicide. Dr Crawford. Welcome to the Sunday magazine. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here with you this morning. Talk to us a bit about suicide. What are the warning signs were the first step Gloria and preventing suicide has been understanding The warning signs people may show signs of risk before considering harming themselves. There are acute warning signs that can proceed the onset of suicidal behaviors within hours or a few days, which needs immediate intervention. These signs should warn someone of an acute risk for suicidal behaviors. These acute signs carried the highest likelihood of short term on fit of suicidal behaviors and require our immediate attention evaluation. Referral or consideration of hospitalization. Individuals should seek immediate attention in the case where one is contemplating about hurting or killing themselves. Looking for ways to kill themselves talking about death, dying or suicide and self destructive behaviors such as drug abuse, weapons and things of that nature. There are other morn size that should alert individuals that a mental health evaluation needs to be conducted in the very near future, and that precautions need to be put into place immediately to ensure the safety, stability and security of the individual. These warning signs include hopelessness feeling like there's no way out anxiety. Agitation, sleeplessness or mood swings feeling like there's no reason to live rage or anger, engaging in risky activities without thinking. Increasing alcohol or drug abuse, and lastly, withdrawing from family and friends. Now that we know a little bit about suicide prevention and what signs to look for. How can people get help share a little bit about the crisis line with us? The veterans Crisis line is a free confidential resource..
"va medical center" Discussed on WTOP
"T o p disagreeing with the Board of Supervisors decision to use Ashburn and Rust libraries for child Care Chairman Denis Cotter resigned while curbside pickup is available. You said the providing childcare for 56 Children deprived 6000 people of services in the library Asked of Qatar's departure was retribution. Supervisor chair Phyllis Randall tells w T O p. She didn't ask for it. She wished it didn't happen and said that she hoped he'd reconsider near long unstained W T O P knows at least one patient or staffer has potentially contracted Legionella infection inside the D. C. VA Medical Center. This, according to the news for team, the medical center said it is treating its water system and it asked patients to drink bottled water. Wash hands with Sanitizer and bathed with sanitary wipes. In an email to staffers on Wednesday, Medical Center director Michael Hamel said in order to ensure the safety of our veterans and our staff, we have been working overnight to implement immediate remediation of our water system. All patients, employees, volunteers and visitors are to use hand sanitizer in lieu of soap and water. In instances where hand washing with soap and water is necessary. You must use rather Please use bottled water. The did not respond to enquiries from NBC. Four about whether the potential case of Legionella involves a staffer or a patient. Nor did the agency answer questions about how the reduction in water service might impact initiative to reduce the spread of cove in 19..
Fifth Lawsuit Filed in Deaths at West Virginia VA Hospital
"Lawsuit filed in West Virginia over the deaths of veterans hospital patients given improper insulin shots. This new cases, the fifth filed connected to sudden deaths in 2017 and 2018. The family of Archie Edgell is now among those who say administrators at the Louis Johnson, Va. Medical Center did not look into the deaths and failed to protect their loved ones. U. S attorneys say the government should not be held responsible Red amazed. A former nursing assistant pleaded guilty to killing seven people after giving them lethal doses of insulin. She's not yet been sentenced one counts of second degree murder but faces life in prison. The suit's seek unspecified damages. GURNAL Scott Fox News
"va medical center" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy
"Want to know where you are our guest today. BS In biology from Stillman, college and DT. New from the U curly practices in Miami Florida, at the Bruce Carter Miami va medical center as an orthopedic outpatient physical therapist where he's able to serve our country's veterans love that also a strong advocate for diversity equity inclusion in the PT profession, and he shared his personal experiences in a blog post, working to get into called colleagues, switching that was published in motion magazine from the. As well as an exchange essay trat, which was fantastic, but let's bring back back to the show. This is the second time on here. Dr. Michael Crow Marty back to the show here we go. And there is and we got the classroom. Two years ago, we literally went back and forth online and I was like. We have a long. That was two thousand eighteen I was two years ago two years in Miami. Right, that was Orlando right you were. Yeah! That was a cool experience man and you were. What were you a second or third year then? I was a I was a second year so coming up on my third year. and. So the experience was. A love when random things happen and they're great. This was a contest that we did our spar. Sponsors are s medical staffing They kind of came to. Let's do something different. Let's make some noise at conferences. 'cause if we conferences and I know many of us have there's a lot of noise going on right and you wanna cut through the noise, so we said what's cut through the noise before the conference. What what is a barrier to students coming to a national conference and a Lotta Times? It's cost I mean. Mean just you know just surviving in school. Just just get into class and you know getting everything turned in is hard enough so Arias was was nice enough to put up a thousand bucks and You know say he'll listen Here's here's some money for travel expenses. Because you gotta eat, you gotTa stay somewhere..
"va medical center" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Number of community organizations businesses and individual citizens are utilizing their skills and talents sharing their expertise offering monetary support making masks gathering and donating personal protective equipment comparing and delivering warm meals in short lease thank you appreciation signs offer hope and encouragement during the pandemic the more we share our time and talents with others the happier we feel doing good for others and community provides a natural sense of accomplishment and hope we could all stand just a little bit of hope and encouragement at this time so today we are joined by miss Sabrina Clark director of the department of Veterans Affairs voluntary service who share their time and talents throughout VA medical centers and administrative offices around the country she also oversees in kind and monetary donation efforts working with many organizations and individuals who join the mission of caring for and supporting veterans of our US armed forces also joining us today is Mr dial phone who previously worked for the famous think tank the research center for world development Mr Dhavan who is passionate about volunteerism and philanthropy he is part of an organization life preservation initiative that was gracious enough to donate a large shipment of PP the employees are veterans are working for and receiving chair at the DC VA Medical Center your organization made the donation in may during military appreciation month as a way to show appreciation for and support of the mission insurance staff and veterans are able to provide safe quality care and engage in a medical setting after a brief.
Armed person inside Seattle VA Hospital a case of mistaken identity, police say
"On news reports of an armed man inside the VA hospital in south Seattle were the result of a case of mistaken identity according to police officers were called the Seattle VA Medical Center around ten fifteen this morning after receiving reports of an armed person inside following an investigation police posted on social media that the report resulted from a case of mistaken identity by a witness was not immediately clear who the person was mistaken
"va medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Plenty of time are you okay Kate Katie are you okay okay it's not that those you were maintaining that why are they doing that are true no the camera no that reporter was okay that is wave three from Kentucky also the new Bengals quarterback is speaking out against racial injustice it appears the Joe burrow will not be shy about sharing his opinion on big social issues the bangles number one draft choice tweeted out Friday that the black community needs help borough says they have been unheard for far too long borough urging people to open their ears and listen he says this isn't politics it's human rights the other day borough retweeted a video and message about how police de escalate white suspects all the time without killing them hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW I sandy Collins our next update at eleven on news radio seven hundred WLW seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with you I heart radio one seven hundred WLW and I heart radio station Jim Scott for the Cincinnati VA Medical Center where they're taking proactive steps to prevent the spread of coded nineteen everyone entering will continue to be pre screened veterans.
"va medical center" Discussed on KTRH
"Name is Mike and I just wanna let you know that my wife is a four time all ran at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center on Holcomb she works a spinal cord unit she works with veterans who are quadriplegic spinal cord injury shopping bag this other and some of them on ventilators they are very high risk populations and the VA refuses to provide her and her coworkers within ninety five mass when they step in lost probably take your camp they had the most subpar mass has to last all ships and they still have not provide them with very light by mass I've called several politicians intellectuals are called the city a call to be Harry some really calm caller answered just hung up on me anyway I have not gotten any help better cold degrees office will help at Coldwell fox twenty six news local you know how and R. I had to provide the mass from my garage to my wife so that she will contract the virus will die and Iran and a mass of my daughter graduated from St Thomas using social media and all that and she went online and on social media and she begged for mass all over the country and we went we run across town my wife stays off to pick up a mass two zero three therefore there one very generous lady action provided off all thirty eight mass so we've got you right about fifty mass and wildlife is trying to disinfect the mask she wears and she shares with you with your coworkers it's very very desperate situation and not every time a light goes off to work at night it may be the last time you ever see her because if she gets sick we're gonna put on point Jane and they have to make it from there and she ends up on a ventilator I won't be able to see her anymore and it's just very frustrating chapel she's polite and every time she goes to work it's so bad that what follows a lot of out of the ground ask in my garage I was going to sabotage your car so she could go to work and then the judge laid by I have a big stake in age because I'm a veteran also I'm a marine corps veteran nineteen seventy and then another eight years in the navy and then I became a lawyer and later I want to be the old VA and also were critical care at Methodist at you other hospitals are retired up two thousand or two thousand and so now I'm a dire game X. now sixty eight years old so I'm I raised my wife brings home I contracted I most likely end up on a ventilator and die my wife is high risk you because she suddenly one years old she still works there because she's terribly needed Mrs specialty unit working with quadriplegics spinal cords unfortunately let me talking to you right now she may be identified already by people that you know her on the unit hello we're very much married almost forty years and because of the energy is refusing to get around ninety five mass she's potentially risk their lives every time she steps foot that unit I did send a picture out to my daughter and she sent back that you're out to are people all over the country and like I say you weeds in related to Q. Masdar which we try to share by the way some of her friends work other hospitals they don't have mask you're in Houston area along with France's prime nearly daily holder and asked her if she could help to master that you will pay for them how many hours you could use N. ninety five masks which are supposed to be thrown away between every patient they're using on the entire ships and while there is room for multi ships you're trying to reach their allies in the use of again and again well I was a nurse I used a mass probation and tossed it you don't you don't bring politics into another patient that same mass this is a ridiculous situation I don't understand what the hell's going on and you're not gonna be worried scores are you still there I'm listening all right I told you there's just about everything I can tell you how she had any questions I think that says it all thank you for sharing your perspective Michael you're on the Michael berry show thank you very much one of them another dem a glowing yellow shadow mantra Mantha had our third child yesterday more a little boy what's his name Memphis Ryan Doherty Memphis Ryan the woody yes Sir how do you spell the woody do you W. O. O. D. Y..
"va medical center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The VA Medical Center in Wisconsin the veteran tested positive there he presented at the clinic and of course at the moment he presented they did not yet know that this patient was positive for cove in nineteen later they learned that the patient was positive for cove in nineteen and the supervisor informed the nursing staff there who treated this patient directly that they were to continue to come to work even though some two of those people actually were exhibiting flu like symptoms themselves and so those employees who interacted with this veteran with the help of their union they called the department of workers comp they put in a workman's comp complaint the county the local county put them under quarantine for their own safety and for the safety that they were interacting with but if they had not taking these outside steps they could have very easily been out there the very next morning treating vulnerable patients potentially exposing them to this pandemic so what's the protocol for Stafford VA who are feeling ill or who could have been exposed to the virus what are they supposed to do well D. A. is saying that they are following this CDC guidelines and the CDC guidelines say that if you have been exposed to a patient and you are not experiencing the symptoms of coronavirus if you have a fever that is below a hundred point for that you should continue to work and this is really concerning staff because we know you know we keep getting this message out there in the public that if you've been exposed to the corona virus in any way that you should stay home you know senator rand Paul has been criticized because even after he got the test a fur coat in nineteen after he got the test but before he tested positive he continued to go about his daily activities potentially exposing other senators well here we have our VA hospital staff dealing with people who aren't necessarily sick many of whom are elderly and the staff is saying that they're worried that they could be carriers of the virus and in addition they are reporting to me massive shortages of protective gear that makes them even more exposed at the patients who are presenting at their medical centers so I'd say that the two biggest concerns are one that the staff at these hospitals nurses doctors and others are literally putting their lives on the line each and every day and they are terrified because they do not have adequate protective gear and then second of all they are worried that because they don't have protective gear and they are interacting with vulnerable patients that they may indeed be spreading it amongst their patients and so they are asking for you know more conservative protocols and more availability of testing there seems to be very little if any testing available to VA staff that I can see although the VA is telling me that they have adequate tests in place Aaron Glantz the senior.
"va medical center" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The VA Medical Center in Wisconsin the veteran tested positive there he presented at the clinic and of course at the moment he presented they did not yet know that this patient was positive for cove in nineteen later they learned that the patient was positive for cove in nineteen and the supervisor informed the nursing staff there who treated this patient directly that they were to continue to come to work even though some of those people actually were exhibiting flu like symptoms themselves and so those employees who interacted with this matter ran out with the help of their union they called the department of workers comp they put in a workman's comp complaint the county the local county put them under quarantine for their own safety and for the safety that they were interacting with but if they had not taking these outside steps they could have very easily been out there the very next morning treating vulnerable patients potentially exposing them to this pandemic so what's the protocol for staff the VA who are feeling ill or who could have been exposed to the virus what are they supposed to do well D. A. is saying that they are following this CDC guidelines and the CDC guidelines say that if you have been exposed to a patient and you are not experiencing the symptoms of corona virus if you have a fever that is below a hundred point for that you should continue to work and this is really concerning staff because we know you know we keep getting this message out there in the public that if you've been exposed to the corona virus in any way that you should stay home you know senator rand Paul has been criticized because even after he got the test a fur coat in nineteen after he got the test but before he tested positive he continued to go about his daily activities potentially exposing other senators well here we have our VA hospital staff dealing with people who are necessarily sick many of whom are elderly and the staff is saying that they're worried that they could be carriers of the virus and in addition they are reporting to me massive shortages of protective gear that makes them even more exposed at the patients who are presenting at their medical centers so I'd say that the two biggest concerns are one that the staff at these hospitals nurses doctors and others are literally putting their lives on the line each and every day and they are terrified because they do not have adequate protective gear and then second of all they are worried that because they don't have protective gear and they are interacting with vulnerable patients that they may indeed be spreading it amongst their patients and so they are asking for you know more conservative protocols and more availability of casting there seems to be very little if any testing available to VA staff that I can see although the VA is telling me that they have adequate tests in place Aaron Glantz the.
"va medical center" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"When voters were asked about who they trust to handle a major crisis in Missouri Biden leads by thirty four percentage points nineteen points in Washington and nineteen points in Michigan though in that state the results only reflect the attitude of those who voted in person today not absentee or early voters Biden and Sanders both canceling rallies tonight in Cleveland over concerns about the virus stocks soared on word that the White House who would do more to minimize the impact economic impact of covered nineteen but volatility could be the norm for a while most investors should a long term horizon ten years plus canonic account a condom is mark Zandi with moody's analytics you're listening to ABC news our top local story Multnomah county now has its first presumptive case of covert nineteen that person is being treated at the Portland VA Medical Center Oregon now has fifteen cases scattered around seven counties in Washington state governor Jay Inslee says they're taking several steps to slow the spread of cove in nineteen if they don't he says it will get out of control the number of people who are infected in the epidemic like this will double in the state of Washington unless we take some some real action here Inslee says if it gets out of control there could be sixty four thousand patients in Washington by the end of April new restrictions are being put on nursing homes and other care facilities now including a limit of one visitor a day small businesses will get financial assistance so workers can remain home if they're sick in Salem eleven ninety K. E. exes Michael Desmond says Oregon governor Kate brown has signed an executive order requiring state agencies to take action on climate change governor brown says her executive order sets new goals for greenhouse gas emissions for transportation natural gas and large industrial polluters the governor says she does not have the authority to set up a cap and invest program like the legislature tried to pass put the tools.
"va medical center" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's most processed just avoid going to affected areas so three people back from study abroad programs I think is important measure masks are not necessary nor are the all that productive for you unless of course you're around sick people what you should do is just be washing your hands constantly all right that's much much much much much more effective than donning a mask but again if you're around sick people we working with sick people you should be donning a mask or actions being taken in response to the coronavirus two outside of universities and schools a spokesperson for the university of Rhode Island told the Providence journal about fifty U. R. I. students who are studying in Italy they're coming home this weekend than that they'll spend a couple of weeks and self quarantine at home well the journal also reports that Rhode Island companies Hasbro and CVS and acting travel restrictions for employees in the Providence VA Medical Center said yesterday that it'll screen all patients and visitors for corona virus symptoms before they enter the facility and that is very smart because this coronavirus really does focus on the elderly too and you know anybody who has any kind of respiratory problems to it's it's not as dominant with a young young young people as it is with the older folks and certainly those who are already battling some type of respiratory problems this nine twenty one oh four seven daily rewind with Ron St Pierre senior care services I'm Jim Kegley RT news radio nine twenty and one oh four seven FM here's what's happening governor mondo now supporting former vice president Joe Biden's bid for the democratic presidential nomination she says she doesn't regret having initially supported Mike Bloomberg who dropped out of the race today after his poor super Tuesday performances Providence police investigating a break in at congressman David Cicilline is home it's unclear if anything was stolen from the home on the side sister when he was in Washington at the time an emergency coronavirus.
"va medical center" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"D. to clear water good afternoon ninety let's make a president trump is pardon Eddie DeBartolo the former owner of the San Francisco forty Niners now lives in Tampa where Forbes ranked him as the city's richest man former buccaneer an NFL hall of Famer dear Brooks co founded a charter high school what DeBartolo in Tampa the neighborhood market with six two thousand there were certain you make them better services boards of all the bottles convicted after entering a guilty plea on charges relating to the corruption case it's M. former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards to prison for this police chief and chairs associations are firing back at lawmakers supporting prison reform a claim drug offenders are nonviolent low level offenders a new report by the associations using department of corrections data showing nearly eleven thousand inmates with drug convictions had on average eighteen prior criminal convictions each eighty five percent of those inmates also committed a prior forcible or violent crime before going to prison south for a congressman and veteran Brian mass as offices will be re opening next week at U. VA Medical Centers mass as the department of Veterans Affairs had a change of heart and its decision to close his office in west Palm Beach and another at an Orlando hospital veterans from across our area across our state and across the country have been reaching out to the VA saying what the heck is wrong here I'm going to mass the offices allow veterans to get assistance on the spot for members of Congress like himself and other serving the two locations where they once again be operating and with former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg twenty Wednesday night's democratic presidential debate.
"va medical center" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Story just ahead twelve oh three traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Kevin had you had lunch yet Lori was concerned Sir but now I'm getting very hungry and soon I will be having lunch maybe after this reportable if you're heading out for lunch in your on area roadways expects slowdowns here on the expressway south bound let's just call it pockets from South Bay gears south seven hill rather getting down towards that east Milton square stretch we got some pothole repair crews working their way down taking out the two right lanes on their way down through that east Milton stretch so be careful there northbound tied up a bit here through a pontoon that okay up to the tunnel got some troubles over in west Roxbury there's a rollover crash on the outbound side of VFW parkway just before spring street this is right in front of the VA Medical Center expect delays through that area of west Roxbury rest of the roads to the south okay looking pretty good out to the west on the mass pike and four ninety five downtown Boston lowered exec a bridge okay lever connectors not too bad in either direction soldiers field road east bound you are tied up a bit here getting into the right lane cruise just before the be you bridge Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic all the threes another damp and dreary day with fog and some rain this afternoon and evening the height today forty six tomorrow the sun comes back but it'll be a bit cloudy as the day goes on hi forty four late tomorrow night we'll see some rain mixed with snow and sleet Thursday morning's commute could be sloshing and slippery all rain by mid morning will be gone in Boston and the coast the highs will be in the forties until later Thursday.
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"Level one snow emergency for today RG anyone who's out use caution as they hit the streets because many roads are hazardous and icy we have a long list of school closings and delays including some changes right now well we've got a change at St Anthony school in St Cecilia and independence of both close for the day little Miami schools are now closed a number of bigger districts on the late two hour delay in Mason kills in north west you can check the entire list if you go to seven ever W. O. W. dot com and search closing now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation learn more and you see health dot com slash hard putting a slow traffic on the highways with the wet roads the slickest appears to be north bound to seventy five rough morning between east gate and the Milford parkway with yet another accident over on the right hand side northbound seventy five that slowing from just above Mount Zion road into Florence then again out of her lingering to downtown in bound seventy four there's brake lights coming down the hill from north bend latest accidents one twenty eight at fifteen who've in a in a report of a recce spam to respond seventy four just before you get to two seventy five at the whitewater split chucking room newsradio seven hundred WLW this report is sponsored by Cincinnati VA Medical Center if you served in the military and don't think you are eligible for VA health care benefits think again take fifteen minutes to call five one three four seven five six four nine nine to speak with an eligibility specialists about your VA healthcare benefits make the call that makes a difference.
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Up to 11 deaths at VA hospital under investigation, one ruled a homicide
"Federal officials are now investigating as many as eleven deaths at the VA hospital in West Virginia for potential wrongdoing two of the deaths at the Louis a Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg have been ruled homicides both are now the subject of lawsuits one investigation found that an eighty one year old man whose body had been exhumed as part of the probe died last year from an insulin injection that he did not need also eighty two year old Felix McDermott who died the day before was also found to have received an insulin shot Robert Wilkie is secretary of Veterans Affairs what I am asking is that he finally and his investigation so that we can get the answers that these families deserve it looks to me like they've been the victims of a crime but we haven't received those conclusions from other criminal authorities lawyers hired by the McDermott family allege that VA investigators told Mr McDermott's daughter that nine or ten other patients had died after being wrongfully injected with insulin in their
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"And I'm Rachel Martin. A lot of countries have a stake in figuring out the truth behind the death of Jamal kashogi. He was a U S resident he died inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. So turkeys involved in Saudi fingerprints are everywhere. Now, Israel may have a link specifically secretive Israeli cybersecurity company another Saudi dissident is suing that company he claimed Saudi officials use the company's software to intercept his text messages with Jamal kashogi which in turn led the Saudis to go after the Washington Post columnist NPR's Daniel estrin is online from Jerusalem to talk about this. Hey, daniel. Hi, tell us more about these allegations. And what do we know about the Saudi dissident making them? His name is Omar Abdulaziz. He tells a very compelling story. He's a social media activist. He's a critic of the Saudi Royal family. He lives in Montreal. And in his lawsuit. He says Saudi officials in Canada met him in may told him crown prince Mohammad bin Salman was unhappy with his activism, they asked him to come to the Saudi consulate for further discussion, and he declined and he says that he and Jamal Shoghi started working together on an initiative to organize a group of Twitter activists against the Saudi regime, and then this dissident got a text message with a link supposedly DHL package delivery, and he clicked on the link and later a Canadian group citizen lab said it believed that he fell victim to a cell phone spyware her from an Israeli based company NSO, he spoke with NPR's, Shannon, van sands. And he said he thinks the Saudis intercepted his WhatsApp text messages with cou- show. And that was the deciding factor that led to his death. Here's what he said for. Sure conversations between us. Played a major role of what happened to Jim. They found out what we were working on. And what are these project on? Why was behind what do we know about this company? That makes a spyware NSO is its name. It's a very secretive company. It doesn't have a website. It was founded by three Israelis there. First names form, the initials NSO and their Isreaeli reports that the company recently sold its spyware technology to Saudi officials the company defends itself. It says its products are only sold to governments and to law enforcement till to fight terrorism and crime, but Israel is actually involved in his company, and that is rarely government officials have to give the okay to let it settle its products abroad. This company is faced a lot of controversy. Mexican human rights activists and others say Mexican government officials hacked into their phones using this company spyware same accusations from a human rights activist in the United Arab Emirates Amnesty International also says the software was used against one of its employees and amnesty is accusing Israel of allow. Allowing the spyware to be sold to regimes that violate human rights, well, considering the company's connections to the Israeli government is the suit likely to go anywhere. It seems like it's more of a symbolic lawsuit. Rachel to draw public attention to this issue. I think it's going to be hard to prove these claims in court and the Israeli defense ministry has constantly defended its vetting of NSO technology sales abroad, and I should add that Israel's not the only place in the world where companies are developing spyware technology. But it is Israel is a big player in the field and presumably Saudi officials aren't weighing in on whether or not they actually bought this technology confirming connection, they're not. And it's very interesting Saudi and Isreaeli ties are kind of under the radar. But this may be an example of some those times NPR's, Daniel estrin. Thank you so much Daniel, we appreciate it. You're welcome. On a chilly day. This month veterans marched a dozen miles up the island of Manhattan to a special spot. It was where in November seventeen seventy six. The first woman to fight for the US army fired her candidate British Redcoats, a Bill in congress now proposes to name the Manhattan VA medical center after Margaret Corbin the effort to honor her is linked with a movement to change. The motto of the department of veterans affairs to also reflected women have always served NPR's quil Lawrence reports at the northern tip of Manhattan. There's a high bluff with a great view, just what General George Washington wanted for the defensive of New York against the British the actual defending fell two soldiers like John Corbin and his wife, Margaret, they were outnumbered after John was killed Margaret sponged loaded and fired the gun all by herself. That's Christian rows who served three tours with the army in Afghanistan and witnesses