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WHO: 'Premature,' 'unrealistic' COVID-19 will end soon
"The World Health Organization is warning against thinking the coated nineteen pandemic may end of this year I think it will be a very premature and I I think I'm realistic instead WHL emergencies chief Mike Bryan says there needs to be a singular focus to keep transmission as little as possible to suppress that transmission is reassured by emerging data that many vaccines appear to be impacting transmission that is really really encouraging but even with that the world faces a huge challenge right now the virus is very much in control Sager mag ani Washington
UN authorizes AstraZeneca's COVID vaccine for emergency use
"Coronavirus infection rates are falling globally producing some optimistic words from the World Health Organization the number of reported covert nineteen cases has now declined for five consecutive weeks so far this year the number of weekly reported cases has fallen by almost half world health organisation director general Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus this shows that simple public killed measures work even in the presence of violence and just one reason for optimism to date W. two O. gave emergency use listing to two versions of the oaks for AstraZeneca vaccine giving the green light for this vaccines to be rolled out globally it's only the second vaccine given emergency authorization by the WHL one concern its effectiveness against the south African variant of the virus I'm Ben Thomas
W.H.O. Researcher Seeking Coronavirus Origins on His Trip to China
"The origins of the Corona virus pandemic is responding to US concerns. White House alleges that Beijing withheld some information about the outbreak. Here's the BBC's image invokes today, Professor John Watson sought to allay doubts telling the BBC. The China trip was the first step in a long process. For now, he said There were a number of hypotheses about the origins of the virus, the most likely that it moved from one animal to an intermediate animal host and from there to humans, But the theory that it originated in a laboratory or escaped from one has not been ruled out. Neither has the possibility that frozen meat Could have played a role in transmitting the virus to humans. China responded today, saying the U. S. Is now pointing fingers at other countries that have been supporting the WHL. This is NPR news.
WHO team: Coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab
"A team of World Health Organization experts sent to investigate the origins of Kobe nineteen have left to hand off the twenty eight days in China please open in barrack the leader of the WHL mission says the visit had north dramatically changed the current understanding of the early days of the pandemic not embark told reporters the possibility that contaminated frozen wild animals may have indeed used the virus to the seafood market in Wuhan is worth exploring more this cold chain theory has been widely promoted by Chinese officials but foreign experts have generally played down the risk of getting the virus from a frozen food I'm Charles collect as much
WHO says coronavirus unlikely to have leaked from China lab
"The world health organisation team has concluded the coronavirus is unlikely to have leaked from a Chinese lab as a group wraps up a visit to explore the origins of the virus the Wuhan institute of virology in central China has collected extensive virus samples leading to allegations this may have caused the original outbreak by leaking the virus into the surrounding community now WHO's food safety and animal diseases X. but pizza been embarked discounts the theory he was very unlikely that anything could escape from such a place and and we also know that when liberty then happened out of course extremely rare China has rejected that possibility has promoted other theories for the virus's origins WHL is exploring a scenario that is more likely to have jumped to humans from an animal I'm Charles last month
WHO team visits animal disease center in Wuhan, China
"The W. H. O. team in China investigating the origins of the corona virus pandemic has visited with officials at the Boothbay animal center for disease control in the fifth full day of work with the team experts in virology food safety and epidemiology have not visited two hospitals and two markets senses of the early outbreak WHL in Geneva says the team had already requested detailed underlying data and planned to speak with early respondents and some of the first complete nineteen patients the mission has become politically charged as China seeks to avoid blame for alleged missteps in its early response to the pandemic I'm Charles the last month
WHO team visits Wuhan hospital that had early COVID patients
"A World Health Organization team is in Wuhan China full a long awaited fact finding mission on the origins of the coronavirus W. aged team members and Chinese officials I thought the first in person meeting at a hotel before the WHL visited a hospital with a first coveted nineteen patients were treated a year ago according to China's official account of his response to the initial outbreak it was that bay provincial hospital of integrated Chinese and western medicine with a doctor first reported cases of what was then known as pneumonia of unknown origin on December twenty seven twenty nineteen W. H. I. said earlier on Twitter that the team requested detailed underlying data and planned to speak with early responses and some of the first could be nineteen patients I'm Charles the last month
Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble
"League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year. Remember station GBH. Esteban Gusteau's has more from Boston. As the days ticked down towards the Isabel Cup final last March, the Boston Pride seemed poised to add yet another trophy to their collection with the 23 1 record, a championship felt inevitable. The only thing that could stop the hockey team, it turns out was the coronavirus. The in WHL postpone the final a day before the championship game as the sports world began so wise up to the viral threats. Eventually it got canceled altogether. Pride forward and captain Gillian Dempsey remembers the emotional elevator. As everything settled. It was starting to become more frustrating being like, Oh, man, we never We never got that chance. Now, almost a year since the team's last game, the pride or back on the ice over a two week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. It looks like a penalty coming. Another power play coming for Boston Bubbles have become common as pro leagues navigate Cove in 19, no travel, no fans frequents covert tests and many other restrictions. Pride President Hailey Moore in the rest of the end of Uhl. The challenge of setting up the protective shell has been worthy of its own trophy. You want to be Sure that the safety of our players our staff, our fans are communities are the top priority. And as things evolved, this was really just the natural but to be able to salvage this season. At Lake Placid, the teams out to win hockey games, but players also have to carry on with their lives. Rookie forward Sammy Davis is continuing work on her doctorate degree. While she's in the bubble. Julian Dempsey teaches fifth grade. The time in New York is no vacation for them. Them seats hot remotely last fall and started hybrid classes this month in Lake Placid. She's teaching on zoom from her hotel room during the day and then taking to the ice at nights. It's a grind for two weeks. It's pretty much gonna be a game every day or every other day, and that that's a tremendous amount of hockey. With the game's underway, the pride have a chance to feel something like normal again, if just for two weeks into maybe claim a crown that never found a head to rest on last March for NPR news. I'm Esteban, who steals in Boston.
WHO team in Wuhan departs quarantine for COVID origins study
"The world health organisation team that had arrived and we hand to investigate the origins of the cabinet nineteen pandemic have now finished their bigotry quarantine to stop the fact finding mission the research is a match from the hotel to board a bus taking them to another hotel there's a lot of political tensions surrounding the WHL mission as China seeks to avoid blame for alleged missteps in its any response to the outbreak many are waiting to see who China would allow them to talk to and where they will be allowed to go among the places they might visit all the wine and seafood market which was meant to many of the test cases as well as research institutes and hospitals that treated patients at the height of the outbreak I'm Karen Thomas
WHO chief lambasts vaccine profits, demands elderly go first
"The world health organisation Chiefland busted drug makers profit some vaccine inequalities at the opening of the WHL executive board meeting director general Tedros Adhanom to braces condemns an imbalance in vaccine distribution clay please all tried that younger healthier adults in rich countries are vaccinated before health workers and older people in poorer countries headrest gave the example of Guinea is a poor country his most vulnerable and know when they're protected the world is on the brink of a catastrophe moral failing he noted the W. H. O. K. backs program has so far secured two billion devices the program aims to get vaccines out to all countries ritual pool based on need I'm Karen Thomas
AstraZeneca: COVID-19 vaccine 'highly effective' prevention
"The university of Oxford and AstraZeneca say later stage trials of the Kubic nineteen vaccine were highly effective in preventing disease preventing seventy percent of people from developing the coronavirus Oxford and AstraZeneca say the trial so far indicate if people are given a Hoff those followed by a full does robin to full doses protection then rises to about ninety percent at the WHL special envoy David Nabarro welcomed the news it's a vaccine that can be stored at fridge temperature for longer periods it's a vaccine that has high effectiveness in one of the drives each regimes that have been tried out the vaccine used follows last week's announcement from FISA and will dent saying was all showed that because with nineteen vaccines well almost ninety five percent effective Charles Taylor this month London
The Latest: WHO expert clarifies remarks on virus spread
"Paula top World Health Organization officials now trying to downplay her comment from yesterday that a symptomatic spread of corona viruses very rare Marie event Kerr called his remarks sparked a new debate over the transmissibility of covert nineteen today in a live events on social media the WHL epidemiologist says she was referring to two or three published studies trying to convey what they know about corona virus not stating new policy but that comment has led to criticism from some public health experts the co head of Georgetown's center for global health practice says the data over all our whole well make that there's at least some a symptomatic
Coronavirus spread by asymptomatic people 'appears to be rare,' WHO official says
"Development the World Health Organization said yesterday that spread from a symptomatic individuals is very rare but this morning in case you haven't heard yet they walked it back so joining me now to discuss areas covered nineteen news is doctor Ashman Bresson epidemiologist at Columbia University and CEO of fountain house a community based mental and public health organization doctor son welcome back to WNYC thank you for joining us again hi Brian thanks for having can you clear up first to the best of your ability there's a symptomatic spread confusion that the WHL seems to have slowed I think our believe previously was you don't have to be symptomatic to spread the virus then yesterday they said no that's not really true then this morning they walked that back do you ever handle yet on what's going on here yeah it's an unfortunate miscommunication on the part of W. H. O. and it just goes to show you how important really clear actionable information is during a crisis and during a pandemic I think what's clear is that W. H. O. was leaning on a limited set of studies that mainly from China but a few of their quote unquote member states which basically showed that the most severely ill people symptomatic people were the ones meeting most of ours which makes perfect sense because if you're more severely ill you've got more of the virus circulating in your body and you're more prone to shed that virus in your in your respiratory secretions in your mucous membranes and all that so there's part of that that's correct but what where they cared even making a somewhat maybe overstating her or making a more definitive statement than they should have talking about something absolutely and really what they were saying is a relic what they were saying is what they should have said something like you know symptomatic people the more severely ill are more likely to transmit that doesn't mean that a symptomatic increase symptomatic people do not transmit and you know for example pre symptomatic transmission and one study in Singapore was forty eight percent pre symptomatic transmission and one study in China with sixty three percent so either the individual studies that the W. show really just doesn't have enough data to be making statements like that came to the sowing confusion and I think that's why you saw them walk it back this
WHO: coronavirus cases increasing in Central and South America
"The emergence is chief of the World Health Organization says central and South America witnessing the most intense transmission of the corona virus but it's difficult to predict when the pandemic might pique their Michael Ryan says five of the ten countries recording the most new cases are in the Americas the US Brazil Peru Chile and Mexico he says hospitals are starting to strain under the pressure Ryan says in the WHL he's particularly concerned about places like Haiti because of the inherent weaknesses in their health systems he's clarified the outbreaks in South Asia and Africa well the difficult I'm not a stable Charles the last month London
WHO: coronavirus cases increasing in Central and South America
"Michael Ryan says five of the ten countries recording the most new cases are in the Americas the US Brazil Peru Chile and Mexico he says hospitals are starting to strain under the pressure Ryan says in the WHL he's particularly concerned about places like Haiti because of the inherent weaknesses in their health systems he's clarified the outbreaks in South Asia and Africa well the difficult I'm not a stable Charles the last month London
Trump says U.S. will break off ties with World Health Organization
"President trump has been criticizing China over its treatment of Hong Kong specifically in response to a new national security law Beijing is trying to implement yesterday he took action CBS is Natalie brand the president says the administration will take steps to sanction China in response to the country's new security law that threatens Hong Kong's long standing independence the United States will also take necessary steps to sanction PRC and Hong Kong officials directly or indirectly involved in a road in Hong Kong's autonomy and saw and just if you take a look smothering absolutely smothering Hong Kong's freedom the president announced the U. S. will no longer give Hong Kong the favorable trade relationship the island has always enjoyed the president also said he was ready to take action to mandate the Chinese and other foreign companies listed on U. S. financial exchanges abide by American accounting and audit standards president trump also announcing the US is cutting ties with the World Health Organization because they haven't made reforms in response to what the president believes is China's mishandling of the corona virus outbreak CBS's been Tracy has more on that story the president lashed out at China and the WHL blaming them for allowing corona virus to spread the world needs answers from China on the virus the president said he would give the world health organization's thirty days to make reforms he waited just eleven it is now pulling the US out the U. S. has been the largest supporter of the
Trump terminates US relationship with the WHO
"The United States is terminating its relationship with the World Health Organization the Chinese government has continually violated its promises to us and so many other nations these plain facts could not be overlooked or swept aside the world is now suffering as a result of the malfeasance of the Chinese government president Donald Trump claims China urged the WHL to mislead the world about the corona virus
President Donald Trump formally cuts ties with World Health Organization
"Freedom the president announced the U. S. will no longer give Hong Kong the favorable trade relationship the island has always enjoyed president also said he's ready to take action mandating Chinese and other foreign companies listed on U. S. financial exchanges abide by American accounting and audit standards the president has also announced that the US is cutting ties officially but the World Health Organization because they haven't made reforms interest in response to what the president believes is trying his mishandling of the covert outbreak CBS has been Tracy has more on that story the president lashed out at China and the WHL blaming them for allowing corona virus to spread the world needs answers from China on the virus the president said he would give the world health organization's thirty days to make reforms he waited just eleven it is now pulling the US out U. S. had been the largest supporter of the W.
"whl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Have a vaccine and and we're going to fast track it like you've never seen before if we come up with the action I think they probably will the WHL reports that there are currently more than one hundred vaccine candidates in development but only eight of them have been approved for clinical trials yeah and that's the big thing the clinical trials now the Oxford one he's the one that seems to be making the the most noise and and vaccines different than the therapeutic therapeutics drugs we already know that that work on other things that along with either a cocktail or just itself may work in combating this when somebody already has it the vaccine is the shield from you ever getting so hundred and two I think it was the total what I saw last night of companies some in partnership with countries another company some on their own trying to find something Oxford is fast tracking there's they've so they they did it already with primates and usually it takes years and years to even get to the point where you're experimenting on private so they exposed I think was some thirteen primates to the game that I've seen and expose them to the covert nineteen virus and none of them got it now they're hard part they say is finding enough people to trial the vaccine and they want six thousand and why that stuff is they may have a hundred thousand people that want to do it but they need six thousand of the right candidates people that are being exposed to it you sit inside your house all day because you're allowed to go anywhere you're probably not gonna get it anyway but that one seems to be the one that everybody's looking at and and and hoping for then it would be the trillion dollar medicine at this point three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter feel free to tweet at me you can text the pro the program as well course the the storming of the gates Michigan yesterday the demonstration began outside of the capitol building in Lansing but moved inside dozens of people crowding outside of the doors of the legislative chambers and clogging up the stair wells many demanding the state re opened businesses lawmakers are deciding whether to extend the state of emergency and that's different than the governor stay at home order Democrats and Republicans have been trying to reach a deal yeah and you know trump's gonna be thrown under the bus because said today he said that yeah they're very good people and governor Whitmer should make a deal of course that's going to cause all kinds of hell and havoc of course Michigan is a little bit more the way that she set UP like most states have their executive orders for shelter in place she then added on to stay at home orders and crack down on things like so if you go into like a Walmart you wanna get gardening supplies you weren't allowed to do that you know toys aisles were cut I just it's it's it was like you couldn't go anywhere I don't want you out of your house that you expect there to be pushed back I would hope so and it's funny because people are tweeting MA because all see trump's calling those people very good people I don't know if they're very good people but do you think they're very bad people because they feel that their rights are being stopped upon and you don't he wouldn't say that about somebody who is out there protesting the rights for the LGBT or for women's choice and I mean you wouldn't do that these people feel like their constitutional rights are being stomped upon and maybe at times both sides can ask petulant but I'm sure there's some bad ones among them and I'm sure there's a lot of people out there that are scared and they're seeing their livelihoods evaporates and they're worried about the future and they're living in the present that they can't control yeah but there's a big controversy three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show we've managed to turn a virus into a right and left battle welcome to modern politics price speaking of the virus is out there lot of.
"whl" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is complacency and the WHL and health officials say contact tracing is key to re opening economies in New York former mayor Mike Bloomberg is teaming up with governor Andrew Cuomo to do just that this is gonna be a massive undertaking good news is mayor Michael Bloomberg has volunteered to help us develop and implement the tracing program Michael Bloomberg will design the program designed the training he's going to make a financial contribution also put together an organization that can help hire the people because we have to expand this number ten fold and get this all done like this this has to happen your months the plan to do this you have weeks to get this up and running also going to be partnering with Johns Hopkins and vital strategies in putting together that tracing operation it'll be coordinated tristate and downstate a SUNY and CUNY have thirty five thousand medical students so we're going to we're going to draw from but we have to put together a significant operation because the numbers get very big very quickly here now the coronavirus sinking major New York City events from the Saint Patty's day parade to the fiftieth anniversary at LGBT pride March it's famous July fourth fireworks extravaganza will happen in some form according to officials at west point said president trump meanwhile speak at a graduation ceremony being designed to keep cats safe from the coronavirus Tyson foods expanding operations indefinitely at a pork processing plant that was blamed for fueling an outbreak in the community the company warning Wednesday that it's closing of the plant in Waterloo will be a blow to hog farmers and potentially disrupt the nations of food chain adds Tyson kept the plant open in recent days over the objections of the mayor and other local officials that plant employees twenty eight hundred workers and can process about nineteen thousand five hundred hogs per day four percent almost four percent of the pork processing capacity in the country here several other meat packing plants have temporarily closed due to outbreaks and of course oil prices nose dived earlier this week amid a collapse in demand investors are still bracing for a severe painfully deep recession after business shut down worldwide but treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says he's optimistic the economy and oil will bounce back possibly by this summer well let me just say I've been involved in trading markets my entire life and I never thought we'd see the day where you had oil trades at gigantic negative numbers that was that was quite a thing to say this is the classic supply demand imbalance and because oil is a physical commodity where you need to take delivery one of the things we've obviously seen as all the storage capacity is is literally disappear it's everything spelled so if anybody had storage capacity effectively there is a free arbitrage you could get paid to take the oil so oil in the future and lock in a giant game so obviously what's going to happen is the producers are gonna stop producing it may any cases that will bring the supply demand back in line that's why you see in the forward curve the price of oil is higher and one of the things that the president has instructed me and the secretary of energy to look at is we want to remain energy independence what can we do to support our energy business because obviously in the short term a lot of these companies are going to have issues.
"whl" Discussed on WTOP
"From the WHL was its disastrous decision to oppose travel restrictions from China and other nations they were very much opposed to what we did fortunately I was not convinced and suspended travel from China saving untold numbers of lives CBS news update I'm back Piper many states say they still don't have the medical supplies they need to deal with covert nineteen there's a new push in Congress right now for a formal investigation and just how the supplies of actually been handled WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill with more on Virginia lawmakers and their call for an investigation resented his jury Connelly don Beyer both from northern Virginia and Abigail spam burger they say the federal government hasn't been prepared as it should have been and they're specifically concerned about what they say is mismanagement of the strategic national stockpile that includes a lot of these men as well as supplies so we've been talking about in recent weeks state say they've had to battle each other for critical medical equipment like ventilators the lawmakers want the inspector general of health and Human Services to investigate what's happened to that equipment how it was accounted for and how much is actually gone out to individual states and when president trump meanwhile in the administration have defended how materials have been handled Mitch there's also a new proposal that would provide federal workers with some more financial assistance what can you tell us about that well this is a proposal co sponsored by congressman Connolly it calls for help specifically for federal workers who have to physically be away from home during the pandemic whether it's at their offices or some worksite related to the federal government they would receive payments of up to two thousand dollars a month for each child to help pay for daycare costs this also includes new guidelines related to telework under this proposal federal agencies couldn't place more restrictions on workers who are currently eligible for telework also it would extend protections related to government contractors we sometimes get forgotten in all this obviously a huge part of the regional economy so that contractors could be paid and help prevent layoffs while they're waiting for work at federal facilities to resume well a congressional leaders now say they'll be gone until at least early may so what does that mean for anything new legislation related to the coronavirus well right now we're kind of in a legislative limbo it makes things more difficult to get the sweeping kind of legislation that passed last month that big more than two trillion dollar measure to be passed any time soon right now there's a stalemate over how to proceed Republicans want two hundred and fifty billion dollars for small businesses Democrats want that but with conditions also they want more money for health care facilities state and local governments since the lawmakers are not expected to physically be here at the capitol until at least may fourth that means they have to get bipartisan buy in for anything to pass on unanimous consent when just a handful of lawmakers can approve a measure and right now they are still.
"whl" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Aren't your typical phishing campaigns that are now disguised to look like information coming from the WHL or your local government or a bank that says Hey we understand your concerns click on the the line and we'll help you get rid of these groups are seeking to further a longstanding priorities hack and leak criminal deploying a variety of ransomware so it the technical fishing with with the coronavirus so if you see code nineteen payment in an email subject line don't open it yeah I don't know but right if it seems too good to be true it probably is we've heard of other subject lines like that nineteen awareness and implementation of the World Health Organization or protection from corona virus with immunity hello these are literally make or don't click on them it's a bad idea we are malicious actors who according on that by the corona virus the fact that if you have any doubt don't click on the increase in these phishing attacks since the corona virus it's hard number and nailed down but fireflies if you're a group says that it has the full increase in March and and phishing emails most organizations have some at the minute this one being pretty dramatic and bill while corona virus phishing email maybe only because it's a small amount of the entire universe of thinking that going on there is a dramatic surge and malicious actors using on a live station as the lure to attract users into giving away credentials I can talk about so these Colonna virus fishing expedition is it mostly criminals looking to make money no it's not just criminals looking to make money you have nation state actors that are speaking intelligent as well by the we have examples of hacking groups in North Korea that typically are only after money but now are hacking felt the media in network to gain intelligence on exactly how to hopefully mitigating the spread of the virus what we work on researchers in South Korea dealing on treatment and if you will so while criminal activity but certainly after money our nation state backed actors who are looking for intelligent people have dumped out well are they also looking for other kinds of intelligence that that might be more at risk at this time they're always looking for any kind of intelligence that the good question so while we focus on providing humanities and education techniques yeah intelligence gathering is always a priority and to have the government is working from home and focus on on the clone of Iraq all day there are other parts of of government apparatus that could be vulnerable to general intelligence two things it probably still dumping them after a while yeah all about you know the cases of Russian hacking Chinese hacking has the government done anything been able to do anything to advance protection against these hackers the government but for the coronavirus arm cyber command between long term response if government infrastructure well the pack a general policy complicit in engagement that allow the agencies have a command to respond or take action without the president's approval every time they need to think of the title so of those after certainly it but it doesn't appear as though there is a renewed effort in the last couple of months to push back on the thought of campaigns there certainly acknowledgement that fishing on the line and the clone of Irish in the middle of the day but there's no clear indications that either one of the UK's national public security center are actually doing something different the question is there anything the government can do besides inform everyone about the danger of phishing attacks is there anything else that government can do on the attack so the NSA and cyber command have their own offensive cyber operations they're doing many of the same thing in order to gain intelligence themselves so this isn't just a one way where attackers are thinking to buy on American or steal their credentials but if American infrastructure if that happens in the US have certainly pushed back with their own cyber strike for a military strike it be nothing if not pass on American infrastructure lady to be enacted you are not there yet.
"whl" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Time to freeze funding for the WHL during the pandemic I mean I'm not saying I'm going to look at it we do have a trade deficit with a look here we're doing just to get it with a look at the very strong hold and look into it yeah with Mike wow they're waiting on it today at this point we're reevaluating our our funding with respect to the world court Health Organization this is very consistent what president trump said since the beginning of his campaign the organizations have to work they have to deliver the outcomes for which they were intended and we we need to make sure that not only the World Health Organization but every international organization that we take taxpayer money and give it to them for the benefit of America we need to make sure it's delivering on those taxpayer dollars the World Health Organization is no different in that respect we have they have to execute on the mission that they are designed to achieve and we've seen with respect to the World Health Organization here we are we have we have it hasn't accomplished what it was intended to deliver yeah he did being accused of Lisa director has been accused of carrying the water for China so yeah what is that one of the problems he he in his position he they don't they don't have any control over the country's what they do is they collect data but he seemed to endorse Chinese data about this virus which hadn't been checked and the problem with him during a for instance the Chinese initially said there was no evidence of person to person transmission yeah well especially in hindsight but even then they go really are you sure about that but he just parroted whatever China said China was they were the you know the sole recipient of this virus and so everything that came from China was like all the information we had but the put the problem is is that the WHL head was resting up yeah yeah the director wasn't skeptical enough now I do think there's a little you know you're not a doctor I mean he's got a PhD in community health but he's he's the first like non physician they've had in that role is that right yeah and I don't I don't know if that matters because like my hunch is probably more political role that it is a medical role anyway yeah but there but there is kind of like you know he should have spoken up it's sort of like what trump is being criticized for now trump is using to go after the W. H. O. directors Hey listen you told us it wasn't a big deal you know that's that's on your head too and I think they'll be an investigation I'm sure a lot of it you know is questionable what's happening in China how much we should even trust them the problem is we have no other information except China I think trump was reading The New York Times The Washington Post when they said the coronavirus is nothing to panic about here is that doctor bless I had no idea she was about the Taiwan Taiwan called and got in touch with the W. H. O. at the end of December saying this is a serious problem would.
"whl" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The time to freeze funding for the WHL during a pandemic I mean I'm not saying I'm going to look at it we give a try and I said we're gonna look at it we would just to get it with a look at the very strong hold and look into it yeah but Mike while they are waiting on it today at this point we're reevaluating our our funding with respect to the world health organisation this is very consistent what president trump said since the beginning of his campaign organizations have to work they have to deliver the outcomes for which they were intended and we we need to make sure that not only the World Health Organization but every international organization that we take taxpayer money and give it to them for the benefit of America we need to make sure it's delivering on those taxpayer dollars the World Health Organization is no different in that respect we have they have to execute on the mission that they are designed to achieve and we've seen with respect to the World Health Organization here we are we have we have it hasn't accomplished what it was intended to deliver yeah the they've been accused of at least the director has been accused of carrying the water for China so yeah what is that one of their problems he he in his position he they don't they don't have any control over the country's what they do is they collect data but he and seem to endorse Chinese data about this virus which hadn't been checked and the problem with him indoors if for instance the Chinese initially said there was no evidence of person to person transmission yeah well especially in hindsight but even then they go really are you sure about that but he just parroted whatever China said China was they were the you know the sole recipient of this virus and so everything that came from China was like all the information we had but the part the problem is is that the W. H. O. head was resting up yeah yeah the director wasn't skeptical enough now I do think there's a little you know you're not a doctor I mean he's got a PhD in community health but he's he's the first like non physician they've had in that role is that right yeah and I don't I don't know if that matters because like my hunch is probably more political role that it is a medical role anyway yeah but there but there is kind of like you know he should have spoken up it's sort of like what trump is being criticized for now trump is using it to go after the W. H. O. directors Hey listen you told us it wasn't a big deal you know that's that's on your head too and I think they'll be an investigation I'm sure a lot of it you know is questionable what's happening in China how much we should even trust them the problem is we had no other information except China I think trump was reading The New York Times The Washington Post when they said the coronavirus is nothing to panic about here is that doctor bless I'm ignoring the questions about the Taiwan Taiwan called and got in touch with the W. H. O. at the end of December saying this is a serious problem would.
"whl" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To freeze funding for the WHL during the pandemic I mean I'm not saying I'm going to do it a little look at it we do have a should we get a look at it we do investigate it with a look at it but we will look at ending funding you know what they called it wrong and if you look back over the years you very much everything seems to be very biased towards China I know this the president yesterday afternoon during the dinner hour and that's Colbert nineteen update yeah it is right they spoke out against it the world health organisation told to back off on banning flights from China that which coaching leaders proved to be a very bold and measure absolutely it has been it was it was common sense that that you and I knew better and that damned damned the W. H. O. on that we're talking about five hundred thirteen million these talk about holding back here which you know these days if it if it doesn't have a baby next to it it doesn't seem like much money but it is it is and and I understand I think I really agree with that with his move right now yeah jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety now across the state demand for assistance from food banks has skyrocketed as thousands of Texans who were suddenly out of work because of the crowded virus pandemic or visiting you know their local nonprofits in search of you know pantry staples to feed the family well at this time food banks are facing a new challenge that she's making it even more difficult to keep the shelves stocked and that's volunteers volunteers are scarce in Texas well because they're being encouraged to stay home to preferred to prevent the spread so why are you know the supply side is so you know the it is it is lacking in some cases volunteers lacking in some cases but the need has never been greater the salvation army every food banking food pantry in the area and just about every church that offers this kind of service is reporting a dramatic uptick in the need because so many people are out of work well in here here's the deal Todd you and I who don't need a food bank and knock on wood cannot go to the store in merely by can of soup right now because it's not there so if we if you and I can't get it for something that we used to just take for granted but right now it's just being there being sworn to stuff like that all canned goods are being swept off the shelves as soon as the doors opened their goal one how you gonna how you gonna keep a food bank going like we usually do Jamie Olson is the director of government affairs for the the food bank network called feeding Texas they serve about four and a half million Texans every year she says it was a normal natural disaster like a hurricane then there's automatically a fire hose of resources that flow into food banks but instead that fire hoses just a trickle just a water fountain if you will at this time yeah got a variety of issues people stocking up at home of course and fewer people are actually making donations to food banks and they have a problem with getting volunteers to distribute the food and then plus the need has just increased dramatically with more people you know being furloughed death yeah it incidents ring stretch like it's never been stress before at least in our lifetime and it is eight ten I think we got Mike on hold yeah he wants to be around game show contestant with maybe some musicals my K. there here in Brazil hi my coming here is the question the president over the past twelve hours or so was engaged in a war of words.
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"Is time to freeze funding for the WHL during the pandemic I mean I'm not saying I'm going to do it a little look at it we give a try and I said with a look at it we do investigate it with a look at it but we will look at ending funding you know what they called it wrong and if you look back over the years even that very much everything seems to be very biased towards China I know this president trump yesterday at the White House now speaking of our economy the Austin city council met yesterday to talk about some of the economic impacts of covert nineteen it's had on on our city finances as well as projections for the future and according to the city council's presentation Austin stands to see two hundred and sixty one thousand jobs potentially lost as much also put the city and a tax revenue lost about thirty eight million dollars somewhere between thirty eight million and fifty seven million dollars depending on how long this last exports and consumer activity retail and personal services and hospitality of the two sectors hit first and hardest by this virus and the city of Boston the seeing impacts on the strongest in sales lodging in mixed beverage taxes one figure provided by the city suggests the hotel occupancy is down ninety five percent compared to the previous year and councilmember July Garcia she's talking about this big time and in fact she's she's trying to motivate the city council to dip into a reserve emergency fund to help some of those non profits out there this crisis and so we knew that we were going to see some possible shortfalls in our budget thankfully we have there's things in place to help us get past those shortfalls the hope is that we can have as big an impact as possible for the most vulnerable in our community and the people that know those needs the best our our partner agencies are nonprofits people that we already have current social service contracts so the city council will be meeting again later this week and possibly voting on a resolution to dip into a an emergency fund to prop up some of those non profits out there that are helping a lot of those people that are now near homelessness since they lost their job which is never happened they never had to tap into that before well yeah I mean first I mean there's been some other emergency situations but not like this I have to tap into the phone before those of this that this would be the first time in history that done that so that's that's unprecedented jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine oh five five two five still got what about five hundred fifty four cases as of late last night yeah seven deaths in Austin Travis county and there's another growing concern about pets a lot of straight patch out there apparently roaming the streets animal control is only responding if there's a violent dog out there ill you know on an attack that sort of thing and now there's been a couple of organizations that have been trying to get those dogs picked up if they're out there on the streets but basically the city says if you can help find the rightful owner of a dog that's running your neighborhood that's probably the best the best way to do it in fact animal control officers they say you know we're only successful about twenty percent of the time reuniting pets with their owners however there's a lot of research out there they say that the neighborhood is about eighty percent successful in reuniting pets right which we've had to do many times in our neighborhood for example stray dog and then track down the owner yeah exactly I I think neighbors tend to take a little bit more care about it five forty three here on news radio que L. B. J. the Saddam does show please listen this is important anyone can be affected by the prescription opioid crisis if you think it would hurt by produ or its prescription opioids like oxycontin you may be entitled to compensation as part of produce bankruptcy but you have to file a claim claims may include overdose death substance use disorder lost wages in neonatal abstinence syndrome the vision claim can be filed by individuals the legal guardian by survivors or relatives of people who have died or are disabled the deadline to file the claims June thirtieth twenty twenty.
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"Good follow up on that so it is the time to responding to the WHL's during the pandemic I mean I'm not saying I'm going to look at it no I didn't I said with a look at it we do investigate it with a look at it but we will look at ending funding also entered Tuesday's briefing a task force coordinator Dr Deborah Burke's warned that the virus is hitting African Americans harder and also urged native American community leaders to step up education efforts to the community that works on the social determinants of disease in the communities of the historic black colleges and universities we really need to improve messaging and I'm asking them to help us increase the messaging around us we don't want to give the impression that the African American community is more susceptible to the virus we don't have any data that suggests that well our data suggest is there are more susceptible to more on difficult and severe disease and poor outcomes we really need to make sure that every household is aware of what it's going to take to protect the individuals in that household that have pre existing conditions the call on the indigenous nations to relive tribal leaders to also be working very closely to protect the elders of their communities we know this is a more difficult a multi generational households in this really gonna called for really unbelievable attention to details of hand washing I'm protecting others from each other particularly if you don't feel well this is really a call to action to the communities to make sure that we get messages appropriately out there so that everyone understands what it's going to take for us all to protect one another and we know it can be done it because we can see these changes in Britain prime minister Boris Johnson remains in intensive care the first major world leader confirmed to have covert nineteen in Italy the hardest hit country with more than seventeen thousand deaths authorities appealed to people ahead of Easter weekend not to lower their guard and to abide by the lockdown now in its fifth week here at home while most governors have imposed a stay at home orders to slow the spread of the coronavirus leaders of a handful of states have rejected that action nine Republican governors refused to mandate that people stay home some local leaders in their states have local leaders said taking action at but North Dakota Nebraska Iowa and Arkansas are the only states where nobody is under a stay at home order in Georgia the governor says he's quote considering new options after being criticized by local officials for his order that reversed beach closures and other restrictions imposed by cities and counties governor Brian Kemp's executive order last week requiring Georgia residents to shelter at home except under prescribed exceptions it drew outcry city and county leaders their provision removed tougher bans imposed by local officials one of them will find restrictions including a local decision to close public beaches on the one hundred mile George coast window lifting and that the band on the beaches after issuing the order camp said that people need to get out and exercise a Los Angeles has a bar on and on Presidente effort to bring thousands of homeless people off the streets and into hotels to protect them as the virus continues to spread California governor Gavin Newsom announcing last week that money from the federal government would help pay for at least fifteen thousand hotel rooms statewide during the pandemic but LA county which has the state's largest concentration of homeless people has set its own goal of fifteen thousand rooms and the rooms are set aside for the most vulnerable people those over the sixty five and those.
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"Check it remained with WHL in CDC are recommending people don't wear masks because there's a shortage of a particular kind of mouse must pay the shortage of record and then ninety five respirator and a critically required the frontline medical stuff the reason for that is that they do procedure the court they're still generating procedures for it basically you know party droplets of saliva go everywhere into the air and anyone who's around can get infected so the problem is a shortage of days it gets making our doctors sick like my own family actually had two people who are infected and they're they're both doctors so their way of dealing with the shortage was to put out this blanket statement saying no one needs to use math analysts are caring for a sick person yeah but I'm I mean the my wife is a this does as a metal artist and so she has one of these massive we're talking about the N. ninety fives but the others just you know as a precautionary thing it we know it's not a hundred percent we know that it's if you're in a room with people who are sick in their file drop it's going away we know it's not perfect but it's better than not having a man I mean to me I just have yet to sort filter between your nose and whatever's out there and if they're vile droplets it's going to catch it hello some of those in my wrong right so here's the thing but the reason folks wearing those masks the nab did not actually largely to protect themselves it protecting you Hey I think of what we now know is that when you use when you speak or cough or yawn or shifting or falling little tiny particles of flavor during out of your mouth and if you're infected then does have millions of virus particles interacting you don't know if you're infected fifty percent of people don't have any symptoms and so the more people in the early days even if they end up with symptoms start out with the intent and the latest clients which is just about to come out thank sure actually says that it's the first year they the people are the most infectious so if you're not wearing a mask even if you don't have symptoms you could be passing those virus laden droplets and other people's faces without even knowing it I've heard that it's not unusual in Asian cultures to different cultures to to use this is to protect other people when you're sick even in an anon Pendek pandemic it is kind of interesting to me than what happened when the pandemic came along both countries basically a lot of talk about four countries that are right next let us know what will massively at risk here South Korea Mongolia Hong Kong Taiwan guess what those countries are actually doing pretty great they have a hundreds of times less death than other similar countries their economy is not tanking in the same way because they're still able to go to work and many of the places that are still using the subway and that's what they're all using Maya no it's not the only thing they're doing that because great testing and Tracy and placed in quarantine procedures because we might be infected by some not that occurred over a month since the fourteenth that year that wearing mouse could decrease the amount of community transmission by seventy five percent which when you think about it with exponential growth with really stop to think that tracks yeah you know it's interesting you you and your your piece today in The Washington Post from the Jeremy Howard with us here and nice enough to join us your your bay resident right area resident yes ma'am yeah at the university sent to school anyway founding researcher at fast day if that's not a I remember the world economic forum's global A. I. council bomb I found this interesting that you in your piece you mentioned of the Czech Republic because I there's a video going around I don't know if you've seen it well it's it's gone viral on YouTube it's it's talking about the success that they've had their and they did the boxes you saying your piece the notion that the west would be culturally impossible for us to wear masks then that's not true at least according to what we've seen and check this out for my Citrix **** him showing my age TechRepublic that won't happen until about yesterday kinder I check that ball back baby if it's really and and my whole kind of getting on the death is really thinks that I could take a look make a date object I'd actually about folk band from his time in the U. S. I'm in the Czech Republic and he put out a video a few weeks ago putting out the word that the V. four countries of people people are not going to get anything like the same rage and talk about the science and math and the cool thing was that the kind of mainstream influencers celebrity community in the Czech Republic up behind it there was strong they were videos within three days the Czech Republic went from approximately zero percent Matthew fifteen public to a hundred percent and once that happens if you went out without a mob of people would look at you and think wow that guy's a real piece of work going out with that amount of putting a colossal risk how dare them but I'll tell it so it's now gone from like where the kind of weird you know two nine Montclair is a horrible human being okay so here's my question to you and I and and that this might be some of the logic the went into some of the some of the leaders that not only in in politics but in science recommending that masks don't really work we're not recommending the suggesting that that year they're not going to help would people still practice sheltering in place or whatever the phrase you use is and or physically distanced themselves are socially distinction if they had mass would that encourage people to feel safer kind of like you and your piece you mentioned the aids epidemic in after the cocktail came along there were some irresponsible behavior for younger gay men who were under the assumption that you know with your date is there something psychological about telling people that this is a really deadly pandemic and you have to stay inside go outside to get this and even young people are dying and frightening them as opposed to giving them you know the truth well you know it's something I said to me it suggests you know the people saying with just have no respect for the people in this country because like what happens when you go on to a construction site you put on a damn hot hatch look what happens when you get into a car he put on a seatbelt you know we don't say to people don't put in the hard hat because then we'll be careful your your data people let me teach you and tell you how to be safe here's the protective equipment you should use here are the ways to be nice and then do it the price which we we have legislation coming week we have a shelter in place order if your ballot you know with groups of people doing things they shouldn't be doing we have legislation to protect that we have many fine and in the Czech Republic piccolo topic with principals hating responsibly at the result of this month all campaigns so what has to happen for this to go viral other than you know I mean interviews like this or I mean it would be interesting to see like Rachel Maddow or somebody do that come out on their set with a mask on or you know I'm I don't expect it from the the the the the trump but to see people in and significant positions are or are maybe celebrities or how to do viral videos with a mask on yeah the other thing happened in it yeah that's what happened in the Czech Republic that's what turned the page so that's what I'm looking for is the lab for politicians to take a picture of themselves wearing their smile that says senator Toomey incentive then and it's already done and just say my mom's projects here your maps protects me that's that's what I want to see happen because in the Czech Republic that's what got the whole population of the line entry dates that's your marriages Singlish research scientist at the university of San Francisco.
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"You have it there were people jumping on trump as always for the original travel restrictions China and Iran it was exactly the right thing to do without you know other sound bites seven absolutely save lives and bought us time and now with Europe this was a science based decision not some stupid trump obsession the way some of his critics are pretending it is and guess what the World Health Organization WHL their leader today Saturday the epicenter in the world of corona virus right now is in Europe almost as if we should restrict some travel from there maybe if only someone would do that that's right the president did and a bunch of people laughed and scoffed I was very critical of trump yesterday on the show the oval office mistakes in that address and not getting tested publicly and second they're not gonna get tested even though they were literally standing next to people with chronic virus that's crazy he and the vice president I'm gonna continue to be critical when it's deserved including on the show today but when he's getting stuff right and people are saying that it's wrong for political reasons that's not okay with me either so let's follow the science on this one found she in the WHL those restrictions make sense now the question is can we get broader screening and testing there are developments there slowly but surely we're catching up on that front and afterwards we have to go back and look at how these mistakes were made so badly but at least the progress seems to be coming I did take a break we're still monitoring the rose garden at the White House president trump will be coming out and now sing a national state of emergency within minutes we will take you to the president and his remarks as soon as we can on the guy Benson shout intergenic inform space Vincent Zhou I used to suffer from endless cycles of sinus infections and nasal congestion I was so desperate that when a friend told me to flush out my nose with salt water I just did it and boom I could breathe again relief at last plus I slipped deeper and even stop snoring I was thrilled to have found something that actually works and is drug free but neti pots are hard to use and what a mess I figured there had to be a better way but there wasn't so I invented it and I named it no bondage a high tech self contained nasal irrigator with powered suction my name's Martin Hoke.
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"They came out and the the head of the WHL said and I'm quoting the covert nineteen is the worst enemy you can ever imagine and poses a greater global threat then terrorism the world needs to wake up and be as aggressive as possible in tackling this outbreak I don't okay okay if that's true can you stop spending the time on changing the name into something politically correct how does that fit with what everyone else is saying how is this fitting with our coverage well I mean you could argue I guess at least in America there's a lot of other big things going on I mean last week was one of the biggest news weeks we talked about it but I we've ever seen he got major elections going on the state of the union the Superbowl you know there is a lot this is the super the Superbowl pandemic and there was a Superbowl I mean yeah there's been a lot here rebel in that but it is it just how many hundreds of millions of people are gonna cross the globe watch it I mean it's one of the biggest events of the you know I I I know that right and I just I'm confused by the I'm confused by the response it doesn't seem like it seems like something we shouldn't worry about and yet you have the WHL saying what they said yesterday and you have China doing what they're doing and probably lying to us I just I guess I'm in the middle of doing research for this for next Wednesday special on covert nineteen and as I'm looking at what is happening that we can verify forget all the conspiracy theories look at what you're verifying it doesn't match it doesn't match what we're being told and it doesn't match the response from media and is media being responsible or you're responsible by not really going into this this is I mean and ninety five mask I would order yours today it probably is not going to be needed but you're not going to go to a home depot or any place else and get in and ninety five mask if this thing suddenly becomes real would you continue to eat and drink bats movies do you think that's a well I think the password to get the bats from Wuhan yeah I would cut off every cut down no we not only well honey badgers are just down on that I'm not saying the goal but I would cut down on.
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"After the WHL actually declared a global health emergency saying that they weren't going to recommend any travel or trade restrictions but then the likes of today you see delta coming out you see some other airlines coming out spending flights delta suspending flights all the way through April so showing that this likely isn't going to be something that's going to be fixed and clear to us sooner rather than later but really what stands out to me is the fact that we're seeing such losses in the markets today yet Amazon is at eight and a half percent so you imagine what this would look like if Amazon had an absolutely kill the earnings report yesterday after the close so I love it its investors worried but man they're like okay were words were so impressed with you Amazon right exactly and you know we want to buy some stocks mean this is been a real theme for us this week I feel like Dave Wilson this notion of earnings enthusiasm of verses virus worries how do you read at the market right now especially to go a level deeper into the equities well here's one way to read it if you look at the effect of Amazon dot com on the S. and P. five hundred it's actually outweighed at the moment by the three companies that started the day in a trillion dollars in market value Amazon is now we're talking about apple Microsoft in Google's owner alphabet there to clients essentially offset and then some the game in an Amazon in the context of the S. and P. five hundred before you even get to the other side to it comes to those other stocks here G. really stands out we had numbers from Exxon Mobil and chevron that didn't go over well at all it's near the story for those companies are falling natural gas prices if you looked at gas futures in New York they were down thirty five percent on average in the fourth quarter from where they were in the final three months of twenty eighteen it really hurt their results and their outlook to Exxon Mobil and chevron both down more than four percent at the moment and so contact as you look across the asset Susie talk to people or on the desk we're we're sort of the future or.
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"Varies his reads on their friend us and fall assigned whl radio dot com eighti think about what people resolution we'll be posted or you know when you're talking to me you got a target talking to third grade level anyway so go ahead but so you know when you're looking for signs right down yeah yeah you know when you're looking for signs a stress on it in your children's there are hurt i'm spine sometimes kids are very outspoken and will tell you well i think you know they just are soul in order to their withdrawn and that's on usual some kids are more so why it and enter berth another is that if you get an extra child may become what's wrong and stolen or they stop talking and that's not normal when you start looking for signs are not normal you know you're children understand the no their typical personality and you see a significant change that some that's the sign of distracts ok and i always look staten picked up syria a lot of kids are going to experience anxiety i think demar practiced inside the about a lot of people are on the rise obvious the loss of things that are going so you know some kids are going to be more anxious and other kent third going to be marks i didn't know what's interesting to typically it's the same video logical it experience and it depends on how much are looks that it and interpret that the way the return look at and this anxious to look at it right so you begin to speed behavioral changes are not typical of your child those are the things you wanna know tracked improved but if you do third worst in those will also be some signs of the straus and again this year despite a down with them and talk to them in it shouldn't do they're doing things okay yeah but dumb if he is to another place where they get depressed or they have a lot of eighties ideas from then special and suspending one of them well those are real signs that you really need to mentor the third doctor or a little hope prospects okay well i i think those are good good things look for our vice though what to look for his arm tony what you know it's you know i have ever despite for my life it is you know how you can find a dirty tracker you can tell you know c were dear a feat are you can find a rubber scraping you just can't pay attention the man i've heard out before and you know and again it's just what you're focused on right correct you have to have the right focused but now you know when their children in this such a little more attention to the you know now oftentimes elias found his wheels men are probably aren't always the tuned in this we need to be.