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"wallowa county" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The president's new press secretary Kelly mac and he was asked about that previous remarks that you made while working on the president's reelection campaign remarks which seemed to downplay the threat posed by covert nineteen she was apparently prepared for this question I guess I would turn the question back on the media and ask similar questions does box one to take back the day proclaimed that the corona virus would not be a deadly pandemic to the Washington post want to take back that they told Americans to get a grip the flu is bigger than a corona virus is the Washington post's likewise want to take back that our brains are causing us to exaggerate the threat of the corona virus is in your times when a take back that fear of the virus may be suppressing spreading faster than the virus itself is NPR want to take back that the flu is a much bigger threat than the corona virus she then said I will leave you with those questions maybe you'll have some answers in a few days and thus ended the news conference there were reports that it was party time in wala wala wala wala Washington but those reports may not have been entirely accurate there's been about a hundred cases of the new coronavirus in Washington's wala wala county so when health officials started doing contact tracing they learned that some of those infected have attended parties based on the idea that it's better to get sick with the virus and get it over with the county health director tells the union bulletin these parties are responsible and police are being notified meanwhile the state department of health reminds people they don't know if patients who contract cope with nineteen are protected from getting it again calling these Kobe parties incredibly dangerous hi Jackie Quinn updates the Wallowa county health department now says there were no such parties the county health department spokesman says please recall my interview done and done long time radio talk show host Barry Farber has died he worked for many stations in New York even had a show here on ten ten wins at one point he said he spoke more than twenty five languages including Norwegian Indonesian handball Garion himself had a pronounced southern accent having grown up in North Carolina berry farmers daughters Sylvia said he recently told her his concept of death was going somewhere I've never been before like Finland or Estonia Barry Farber who was ninety years old Joe Biden has picked up the endorsement of the Human Rights Campaign described as the world's largest LGBTQ advocacy group the endorsement comes on the eighth anniversary of bite in coming out in favor of same sex marriage now I'll admit you know eight years ago today when I went on meet the press I was asked how I felt about marriage equality I wasn't thinking about moral courage I was just thinking about an honest answer which you gave even though president Obama was still not on the record as being in favor of same sex marriage Obama said he opposed it when he ran in two thousand eight he did endorse it however a short time after Biden came out in favor it's forty nine degrees and sunny we're going up to sixty seven wins news time nine nineteen for all our sakes we need to avoid.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:47 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on WTVN

"May the seventh thing it's kind of cool driving it's having a bit of a moments amid the Wuhan corona virus pandemic they're seen as an option for safe entertainment in fact tribeca enterprises IMAX eighteen T. all saying that they're teaming up on a summer programming series for new and classic films yep they can even do music and sporting events are going to call at the tribeca drive in series is going to take place in drive in theaters what were other because called exclusive venues nationwide in they're gonna started a toward the end of June they expect to announce a lineup in the coming weeks there have been a lot of movies out because you know theaters are close some of release right to video but you've got people looking forward to the summer reinventing a classic movie going experience to communities so they can enjoy together safely believe it or not there are actually three hundred and thirty five remaining drive ins around the country of the high point probably back in the late fifties early sixties when there are some four thousand but there's still some of out there getting her done and so they're going to be hot spots it sounds like says the the press yesterday reported that forty two publicly traded companies have agreed to return three hundred thirty seven million dollars they received under the payroll protection program that was a program meant to help small businesses keep their employees on payroll during the pandemic treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin issued a warning after hearing that these type of companies have gotten funds saying quote anybody that shouldn't have taken the money would have their loans so we don't have their loans forgiven and could be subject to criminal liability plus there was public backlash when was reported at some publicly traded companies and restaurant chains gotten the PPP some of them including shake shack said Hey we're gonna give it back to just just chill just chill the number of children adopted from other countries by American parents has fallen by more than twenty five percent that according to state department figures out yesterday the data shows continuation of fifteen year decline in foreign adoptions there were about twenty nine hundred U. S. adoptions from other countries during the twenty nineteen budget year compared to about four thousand in twenty eighteen and a high of almost twenty three thousand back in two thousand four some people are quite confident in their ability to be the Nobel corona virus public health officials in Wallowa county Washington say they've been receiving reports of coded nineteen parties being held in the community yeah at the gatherings non infected people mingle with an infected person to try and catch the corona virus the CDC says in the past parents have participated in things like chicken pox parties to intentionally expose and actually the kids of the virus in hopes that they would get it and beat it while they were still young and healthy CDC is recommending against hosting or participating in one of these a coronavirus parties Wallowa county health officials warn that outbreaks could follow infectious disease experts say there's just not enough scientific evidence yet to prove that getting the virus once will protect you from getting it again so what I I I kind of heard this early on there were people actually talk out I'm just gonna go ahead and get it and get over with it but you hear all these you know nuanced reactions whether it's young people and the Kawasaki disease whether it's you know people elderly people that just can't beat it even you know people in the prime of life for some of them have to go to the hospital and get on ventilators so you just never know I mean it is the number still as I understand it fifty percent of people get it don't even know they had it there a symptomatic but do you want to take that chance health officials today are saying let's not do it four X. what's cooking in the world for today my friend a lot of people talking about when should we restart sports wench we restarts still these that's kind of the theme of the morning planning for next season whatever next season may look like NFL schedules come out tonight Major League Baseball trying to figure things out maybe targeting July first July fourth to start NBA disabilities are allowed to open tomorrow I handful are excluded the cab so that kind of stuff is going on right now as we try to figure all that out yeah yeah it's it's again it just seems like people have a real thirst to get some sort of normalcy back like I wanna see what I'm used to seeing on TV I want to go shop where I normally shop I want to get back to work that seems to be kind of the vibe out there yeah and it may be tasted a little bit tonight because the NFL will be revealing its schedule will find out who Joe burrows gonna face in his debut if the Browns get prime time games and more NFL will release the schedule at eight o'clock tonight and they're actually allowing teams to release it a half hour before that but show on ESPN starts at eight tonight all thirty two teams will be revealed commissioner Roger Goodell a league wide memo asked team officials to refrain from speculating about what the upcoming season may look like it L. saying it's impossible to predict what lies ahead in the coming months add up all the informed commentary would serve no purpose he also said in that day like every day right yeah well remember before the draft sentenced similar memo instead because a lot of people are saying we should do this we should do this and he's like basically said zip it we're doing it any kind is sending the same thing prior to that the schedule release tonight I am curious on your mind what do you think would be a good day a good opening match up for Joey burrow I mean is there any any team that comes to mind with maybe a little soft secondary that he could get some get some ball sailing his feet under him you know I have to I'd have to look at who they play next year I know they play the NFC east so like Dallas and what Washington I played Joe pearl against Wayne absolute Ariel's there's the opener yeah that should be it I like I like it so are you the high I'll if I'm scheduling that's what I'm doing okay be fun in another memo Goodell laying out the protocols for re opening T. sold these they've been closed since mid March he wants teams to have their ducks in a row for gradually leading coaches players and employees back by next Friday meanwhile major league baseball's can offer a variety of return to play proposals to the Players Association within the next week or so this is according to multiple reports which indicate that the players are being told to be ready for spring training that begins in mid June with the goal of starting the season as soon as July first tomorrow the NBA is going to have a conference call with all of its players to go over their potential scenarios for re started the season tomorrow is also the day the T. Basilea's around it we can start to re open only if it's permitted by local authorities according to reports about half the teams are gonna open the Cavaliers are one of them but they have significant safety restrictions in place such as only one coach if time permitted in the gym with one player at a time Buckeye football getting another commitment it's not exactly a sexy pick up but a necessary one it's a punter he's Jesse Moore co he's from Australia just like former Buckeye camp Johnston who is now twenty for the Philadelphia Eagles miracle is the eighteenth commitment to the twenty twenty class and shout out to blue jackets stars Oliver Bjorkstrand purely to paw do something pretty cool this week they bought six hundred and twenty five pizzas on Tuesday afternoon and had them delivered to central Ohio Kroger locations to what end up your train doing it as a thank you to the Kroger employees for continuing their work Jerry be covert nineteen pandemic that is permissible yeah the guy you that's taken over for drew Christmann I mean that bar is pretty high it is pretty high and and also camp Johnston even before that why is the title run up pretty good pointers which you know if your partner I don't know if you want to come to Ohio state you're not gonna get much action you know the way the school well that that's the thing when you do get out there the guys they've had have really impressed so that seems I mean Linda me absolutely I guess that you know of course you want to go to a winning program by nature if you go to a winning program presumably they have a good offense which presumably means you're not gonna get used very much read on but but you know ponders the one position you wanna be in where you don't want to play yep because if you don't play there's getting a lot of first downs and scored a lot of points I like you yeah not from the central Iowa dealer sports stats backward use radio six ten WTVN thanks Matt ward seven forty five on the live line right now Evan brown from fox news and a boy there's been plenty of back and forth on meat packing expectation here of late where we stand this morning Evan is the president pressuring them to stay open are they got too much coronavirus of the stepping down where we at there is pressure to stay open despite having a number.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Makes and yet according to the newspaper those two people who tested positive after the party are fine never had to go to the hospital we don't know how many other people that may have affected but as of Tuesday the total number of confirmed covert cases of Wallowa county was only ninety four so what do you think about this you could argue that in a free country these people have every right to risk their lives if they choose it's my party and I'll die if I want to but then I think they also have a responsibility to stay the heck away from me there's afterward T. shirt that says I survived the virus party so far because sure what doesn't kill you makes you stronger unless it does kill you Hey Ross on the CBS news radio network why settle for average with Capital One you can open an account with the savings rate five times the national average welcome to banking reimagined what's in your wallet Capital One NA member FDIC your forecast on newstalk eight threo WCCO Roger bart basing purchasing honesty's mentioned it a couple times in a freeze warning in effect Friday morning three AM to nine AM where is that as far as today's forecast partly sunny dry high sixty one tonight cloudy and chilly thirty seven currently there in forty six from Marie Luther Toyota weather center I'm Jerry Peterson on newstalk eight three WCCO let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Have new protocols for training and equipping their staffs but business owners tell me that those two provisions pretty much what they expected thank you and here are some of the new guideline for drive in church services people have to stay in their vehicles the entire time windows and sunroofs have to stay closed of cars vehicles parked within six feet of each other and no more than ten people could be in a single car and everyone has to be from the same household we have a complete breakdown of all the new guidance at komo news dot com car washes are also listed in a phase one and they're still in the bow tonight the state has not released a safety checklist for car washes landscapers pet walkers and retailers ready to roll out from side pick up brown bear car wash scrap plans to re open tomorrow the owner tells us he put together a detailed safety plan that follows CDC guidance but the base when business is still on hold waiting for the state to issue its own guidelines we are as safe as any marijuana store any Starbucks drive thru any fast food restaurant but that was far safer and for us to be held up at this point Tomari opening makes absolutely no sense brown bears owner calls the delay quote complete breakdown by the governor's office new tonight the state health department says it's alarmed by reports about so called cope with nineteen parties we told you at eleven last night some of the covert cases in Wallowa county were traced to gatherings with an infected person tonight the county health director clarified that people who attended one social gathering were aware someone at the gathering had corona virus today Washington state secretary secretary John Huisman released a statement saying in part this kind of unnecessary behavior may create a preventable uptick in cases.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:34 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Suspension or loss of a business license Corwin hate komo news hairstylist in Salem Oregon is pushing back against her governor's stay home order doing this for me and my family that I am doing it for you her name is Lindsey Graham at the glamour salon she told supporters it's our constitutional right to earn a living and she's going to do it Graham has not yet been penalized Oregon's governor Kate brown says Graham and others who defy the order of putting the public at risk health officials seeing a disturbing trend right now it's called covert nineteen parties almost Tammy Mutasa nineteen keep spreading most people want to avoid catching it the health officials in Wallowa county are concerned about people trying to catch it on purpose the same cases were not infected people are mingling with infected people to catch the virus during cold nineteen parties call the party lets party hands down that's where it's come out they learned about the call the parties during case interviews and contact tracing almost having a tasa in Walla Walla county there are at least ninety four confirmed cases and one death today is national nurses day the pandemic is shining a light on the dangerous and life saving work they do every day for those who work in the health care they believe the recognition is long overdue thank you for calling nurses heroes right now yes they are heroes this pandemic had to happen for for the nurses to be recognized said and noticed for the day job so what nurses are doing is what they have been doing all the time zero money do you know that you don't school of nursing says she believes the new found respect and acknowledgement will lead to a spike in nursing application she calls it a positive as the nursing industry faces a major shortage Kamel's Ryan Yamamoto reports one million nurses are projected to retire by twenty thirty so homeless county had agreeing to settle a fourth discrimination lawsuit filed by an employee who accused former prosecutor mark role of inappropriate behavior almost every country ports on the six and a quarter hundred thousand dollar settlement the snow was county council authorized the settlement Monday to end the lawsuit brought by former deputy prosecutor Dana bidding her lawsuit echoes allegations made by other former employees claiming mark rose spoken acted inappropriately while serving as the county's top prosecutor from two thousand nine until his retirement in twenty eighteen the settlement brings the amount of county payouts to former employees to more than one point three million dollars Erica it's komo news coverage on eleven ten hardy exterior sports desk update time down the Sounders interest a Major League Soccer waiting for the chance to resume their season but I get out tickets allowing players to train individually at team facilities outside beginning today except for the Sounders that Washington state coronavirus stay home stay healthy order overrides that league directive at a press briefing yesterday general manager Garth Lagerwey said they'll comply with orders from Olympia it's really important I have no opinion on this we have no opinion on this and will do as we are directed by the public health authorities so you know if they say that you know they deem it reasonable training as compliant with the offer with the order excuse me that'll do it and if they don't we won't NFL news illegal amounts to twenty twenty schedule tomorrow they were supposed to be four games in London one in Mexico City instead all games will be played here in the U. S. sports attentive forty past each hour and traffic and weather coming up may national foster care month there are more than four hundred thousand children living in foster care homes in the U. S. right now many filled with anxiety and grief when they leave their families another dealing with the isolation of the covert nineteen pandemic but A. B. C.'s kera Phillips found some hope in a very special village in Chicago near their lives smiles and you see them everywhere in this family but unfortunately we have to protect those smiles for now I remember this our solutions because this is no ordinary family and this is no ordinary mother Liz hope has quite the story please you are a foster mother to six kids and your last name is hope I mean this was meant to be yes it seems that way so why do you do it I decided somewhere along the way in my spirit I should say you decided for me that I would give back because somebody did it for me those people were Mr and Mrs laci Liz's childhood foster parents okay now Liz is taking on the same challenges becoming part of a community known as sos children's villages Illinois her village is here in the heart of Chicago where there is no shortage of children and families in need and the sos mission combat child abuse and unite siblings which foster care so six kids isn't that overwhelming some days you know you sit down and you laugh at the day some days you like well I'm just glad to put my feet up and now this is strength and togetherness has taken on an even bigger challenge the corona virus outbreak has put adoptions and family reunification hearings across this country on hold as courts are either closed or operating on a limited basis threatening a backlog of custody cases for thousands of children you know your kids have already experienced uncertainty and a sense of brokenness and now you throw in this pandemic how do you help them make sense of this well things I need to help them was thought about a movie I'd seen a while ago the movie so in that movie is a ground the base really seem to work so now all of our conversations are shaped we sit and talk some ten so why do we have to wear a mask why do we have to keep washing our hands why do we have to not go outside like you want to like we used to it's going to be alright and we're going to get better and life is going to get back to a normal force nine conditional love can be a force far stronger than any virus A. B. C.'s Caravella supporting companies have eleven fourteen traffic and weather on the way and then we'll check in with ABC's Jordyn Phelps but the White House right now we talked to Kieran Jordan at eleven fourteen for this traffic update well our light volumes.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:11 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Moved elsewhere fire chief Rick Marshall tells county council members most of the red lines around the city have increased by seventy nine percent compared to last year during the same time we've been asked to trust past presidents who acted violently I've dealt with drug use responding to littering graffiti dedication another accident appropriate behavior councilmember Dave up the Grove represents Renton he says if this population is to be housed in hotel rooms there are plenty of empty rooms in downtown Seattle Corwin hake komo news a disturbing new trend right now called covert nineteen parties as we hear from commerce Tammy Mutasa nineteen keep spreading most people want to avoid catching it the health officials in Walla Walla county are concerned about people trying to catch it on purpose the same cases were not infected people are mingling with infected people to catch the virus during cold nineteen parties call that party Watson RT hand down that's where it's come out he learned about the call the parties during case interviews and contact tracing in Wallowa county there are at least ninety four confirmed cases and one death from the virus even as the state starts to lift some restrictions one man is urging you to keep your mask on your guard up Raymond Lee lost his mother and two sisters to corona virus all within two weeks he's worried that many people will defy the governor stay home order the neatest hold back and stay safe they need to because they don't realize how many people they're going to kill Raymond tells us he has not shown any symptoms of covert nineteen a second to Tyson foods employee killed by the coronavirus in this state died just months before his retirement goals Erica's reports the family of Jorge Castaneda want people to remember him for more than his tragic death Jorge Castaneda work more than twenty years of the Tyson processing plant in Wallula friends say he was excited to spend more time with family he also had plans to take a family trip to Mexico to visit relatives his daughter Juanita lafontaine says Jorge was also known for his sense of humor it doesn't matter what it was and was always happy new year you can read or it could be Christmas or Easter it was always you know happy new year and we're going to friends say he could light up a room just by walking into it the devoutly religious man he took flowers to the virgin Mary statue at St Joseph's Catholic Church every week Eric Heinze komo news Belleview man has beaten the odds he nearly died after contracting covert nineteen he was on a ventilator and we get more from couples Preston Phillips experts say most patients who go on ventilators don't survive a sixty two year old Andy Jacobs recovered after a weak on the ventilator and two full weeks in the hospital his voice is still weak but and he has a message for the community be safe asking take it seriously the Jacobs family hopes their story reminds others to really practice social distancing if you live in Pierce county and you want to help blood works northwest replenish the local blood supply during the pandemic here there are several opportunities to help this week a pop up donation site is operating today starting.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Nineteen keep spreading most people want to avoid catching it the health officials in Wallowa county are concerned about people trying to catch it on purpose fifteen cases were not infected people are mingling with infected people to catch the virus during covert nineteen parties call the party let's party hands down that's where it's come out they learned about the call the parties during case interviews and contact tracing in Wallowa county there are at least ninety four confirmed cases and one death the outbreak numbers statewide the state health department is reporting one hundred and thirty two new cases for a total of fifteen thousand five hundred and ninety four eight hundred sixty two of those people have died in increase of twenty one from yesterday even as the state starts to lift some restrictions one man urges everyone to keep their mask on and their guard up Raymond Lee lost his mom and two sisters to corona virus all within two weeks Kamel's Patrick Quinn spoke with him this west Seattle garden is perfectly manager for ramen leave the pinks and purples giving just a moment of peace after losing his mom and two sisters to cope in nineteen they're all together no more pay his baby sister Regina went first in mid March that is eighty three year old mom went downhill and fast broke the front door down and that's when I found my mom in our master bedroom closet she died two days later his older sister Willa who also tested positive for cover nineteen she went next all three lived at the same effort helps all three gone in just thirteen days three in two weeks so so you're taking these orders very seriously to the heart that's almost back to queen reporting Coleman whose time is four thirty seven volumes of imports and exports at the ports of Seattle and Tacoma are down considerably and there's concern the trend will continue Seattle based shipping and logistics expert Peter cool with the E. C. group says the corona virus could deal a big blow to the holiday shopping season people are concerned about right now is what is the forecast what's gonna happen in three months or six months from now because a lot of the retail sector they have been pulling back the aren't sure what's going to happen in six months yes all the orders that you're facing right now are significantly less Washington is considered to be the most heavily reliant state in the nation when it comes to international trade the admins fourth of July celebration is canceled for the first time since World War two the chamber of commerce says it will not be possible for thousands of people to join the celebration of another under the governor's phased reopening planned very bad those are the words used to describe the revenue forecast for metro transit in the wake of covert nineteen como su Romero has more the county budget office informed the council that metro is facing a revenue loss of three hundred ninety seven million dollars since the beginning of the shut down budget analysts say it's due to massive losses in sales tax revenues as people stay home don't commute don't eat out and don't stay at hotels that tax revenue loss also accounting for forty two million dollars in lost funding for mental health services across king county Supermercados it turns out that a little time away from the office can boost productivity that's according to a new survey about working at home you go of question two thousand professionals ages eighteen to seventy four fifty four percent say working from home during the pandemic is at a positive affect on their productivity despite having no commute fewer distractions from coworkers and fewer meetings the survey also found that just about half of the respondents felt lonely working from home comment is time is now for thirty nine a lot of people cabin fever headed to state parks yesterday it was the first time those areas have reopened since the governor's stay home order was issued people still have to social distance to do accomplish that almost Machel Esteban found hikers with the new piece of gear if you open state parks they will come more than one hundred state parks are open well the main thing so popular said found the trail head parking lot already full understandable also open state recreation areas like popular Mount Zion little site in north bend I wanted to get out of the house and get away from the yard work in the groundhog day routine that we've been in the park visits and hiking in the hi I'm a social distancing is different after the ten essentials like food and water and eleven the central broader hand sanitizer and personal protective gear that's almost Machel Esteban reporting como is time is now for forty time to check the Harley exterior sports desk and here's bill Schwartz Minnesota twins third baseman Trevor Plouffe let the cat out of the bag on Twitter saying he's heard MLB wants to have a second spring training starting June tenth and then have the games begin July first now there's no official word yet from the league on beginning under the.

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Seattle - Washington state sees sudden rise in Covid parties

First Light

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle - Washington state sees sudden rise in Covid parties

"Health officials are seeing a disturbing trend now cold with nineteen parties almost Tammy Mutasa explains nineteen keep spreading most people want to avoid catching it the health officials in Wallowa county are concerned about people trying to catch it on purpose fifteen cases were not infected

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:09 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"One O. C. K. O. N. O. F. M. the minutes of non stop news starts now coming up on the lotus after we check in with ABC could be the economy is changing permanently I'm Corwin hake Amazon tells office workers to continue working from home to home as county sheriffs and defiance of governor Inslee stay home order prompts a recall effort and the prosecutor response I'm Carly Johnson plus an update on traffic and weather every ten minutes on the force of sports and how Wall Street ends today come on news time one o'clock from ABC news Michelle Franzen Texas today moving on to the next phase it says of re opening the economy dine in restaurants allowed and the owners who want to open can but only twenty five percent capacity which is Jim Ryan in Dallas Texas governor Greg Abbott allowed for a limited easing of restrictions on restaurants retailers in movie theaters partly because Texas has either the third or fourth best meaning lowest death rate in the United States but did admit act too quickly state health officials yesterday reported a single day high of one thousand thirty three new covert nineteen cases and fifty deaths Florida will be re opening state and local parks next week other states meantime moving in the other direction extending stay at home measures or enforcing them in California governor Gavin Newsom seen demonstrations at Huntington beach get today a day after we close down Orange County beaches he assured residents the state is bending the curve enough to start making plans to re open just not yet we're getting very very close to making some announcements that I think will be very meaningful to people in retail sector hospitality sector during her first briefing as White House press secretary today Kaylee mac in any asked whether president trump will consider using tariffs to punish China over the wrist initially a hundred and twenty five workers came down with the illness and the plant was closed while while county officials still Seattle times of the first four hundred test results the came back fifty six are positive last week Tyson foods CFO Stuart blending into told Yahoo finance consumers don't need to panic but plant closures will be noticed at the grocery store dont panic our company is focused on making sure America gets to our employees come first and then of course we are very focused on making sure the state is in the supermarket health officials in Wallowa county say the Tyson plant there is free to resume operations want to once testing is done if they have enough health workers to safely operate and for the year Bill Gates says advocate for years rather Bill Gates has advocated for vaccination well before the covert nineteen pandemic como's Eric Heinz reports on how much vaccine gates thinks is needed to slay the virus and a new blog posting Bill Gates says the only way to end the pandemic for good is to offer a vaccine to almost all of the planet seven billion inhabitants at the same time the White House is pressing an initiative called operation warp speed that Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says could result in hundreds of millions of vaccine doses manufactured by January gates says that time frame is conceivable but he also says the vaccine development effort could take as long as two years Eric heights komo news couple news time one oh four in coming up I'm Brian Calvert with our governor and his B. C. counterpart announcing their re opening plans and how this could pave the way to reopen the border first update on global traffic years marina rocking chair well the crash that was blocking northbound I. five approaching Seneca has been cleared out of the way and we are seeing a definite improvement in the backup that was created to up from the west Seattle bridge so things are starting to move in shoreline one seventy fifth west bound direction of meridian that's a major intersection there we've got a crash involving a car that hit a tree so it's blocking those west bound lanes this is a traffic brought to you by Papa John's you're independently owned and operated Papa John's is offering no contact delivery so you can leave the cooking to them and continue to enjoy the pizza you love at home your next come more traffic at one fourteen go eco roof forecast now and things are gonna get pretty stormy here's Kristen Clarke enjoy the dry weather today it's not gonna be quite as dry.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:29 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Two I'm Tom or with our top stories in the call twenty four seven news that are sunny and fifty seven in downtown Seattle right out on the way to a high into the mid sixties later Amazon says it will allow thousands of its office employees to keep working from home well into the fall couple scored heck with the update back in March when the covert nineteen crisis was still in its early stages Amazon was among the first Seattle companies to send its workers home for their own safety the move sent shockwaves through downtown Seattle's service economy of business has suffered quite a bit we make about a quarter of what we normally make on March tenth coffee shop owner Joe Satcher caller told me his daily traffic had taken a huge hit we went from about twenty hundred eight down to less than five hundred a day now recovery for his self like union shop seems even less certain as Amazon announces it will allow eligible employees to continue working from home until early October no word on how many employees will accept but this is the most significant indication we've seen from any company that a remote workforce is working well enough that there's no need to rush them back into crowded offices Corwin hate komo news results for the first round of plant wide employee screening at Tyson fresh meats in Wallowa county show nearly fifteen percent positive for covert nineteen initially a hundred twenty five workers came down with the illness in the plant was closed Wallowa county official telling The Seattle Times that of the first four hundred test results came back fifty six are positive last week Tyson foods CFO Stewart Glendinning told Yahoo finance consumers did not panic but plant closures will be noticed at the grocery store on panic our company is focused on making sure America gets to our employees come first and then of course we are very focused on making sure the state is in supermarkets health officials in Wallowa county see the Tyson plant there is free to resume operations once testing is complete if they have enough healthy workers to safely operate for years Bill Gates has advocated vaccination long before the start of the covert nineteen pandemic just how much is needed to get rid of this virus well Eric because their kinds as more than a new blog posting Bill Gates says the only way to end the pandemic for good is to offer a vaccine to almost all the planets seven billion inhabitants at the same time the White House says president initiative called operation warp speed that Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says could result in hundreds of millions of vaccine doses manufactured by January gates says that time frame is conceivable but he also says the vaccine development effort could take as long as two years Eric heights couple news going to settlement for and after we check your traffic and weather I'm Brian Calvert with our governor and his B. C. counterpart announcing their re opening plans and how this could pave the way to reopen the border is tied up in traffic into the final hour of this Friday morning commutes and a check in with your Jordan once again looks like we have a new problem in west Seattle this is the crash at Spokane street and west marginal in the intersection is partially blocked also in Redmond highway to go to is currently alternating at the Holly way and that's due to road work in the area checking on some travel times Olympia to JBLM main gate runs U. eighteen minutes effort to Seattle about twenty three minutes and south that are developed you with a fifteen minute drive our next to come more traffic at eleven fourteen and let's check in with meteorologist Krista Clark for this political reform cast a wet and windy weekend on the way but before that today not all too bad to start the month.

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KOMO

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Any minutes of non stop news starts now these stories are on the way Carlene Johnson the latest on the Tyson plant in our state shut down by Amazon workers likely to stay home months longer I'm poor when he pulls up with union ever recovered live down to A. B. C. news for this update at ten o'clock from ABC news Michelle Franzen pushing to reopen businesses in the ongoing battle against corona virus states dipping their toes to further into the economic waters today including taxes for governor Greg Abbott is allowing people to dine in restaurants that one open doors restaurants can operate at twenty five percent capacity and with social distancing and safety measures in place in Florida residents can't go to dine in restaurants just yet but governor Ron DeSantis says he's working on it it also loosening restrictions further announcing the parks will re open on Monday today saying he believes the state can deal with cases and that he's following science today we are we take a step that I think is good for the people of Florida I think it's going to be good for the peace of mind because people have been I've been cooped up Florida's health department shows new cases in the state are going up and top the thousand in just the past twenty four hours New York state governor Andrew Cuomo says the numbers in his state continue to decline including the number of deaths but he says it's still too high for those numbers to re open the number of deaths two hundred and eighty nine lower than it is been but still tragic and terrible Cuomo also announced schools statewide would not reopen and students will continue with remote learning for the remainder of the school year and could possibly have summer school former vice president and presidential hopeful Joe Biden said an alleged sexual assault of a one time Senate staff member quote did not happen he spoke out for the first time in those allegations Joe Biden's statement denying allegations from Tara Reid is the first issued under his own name Reid told ABC news that at the time in nineteen ninety three she complained to the Senate personnel office Biden had made her feel uncomfortable but she did not mention an assault and she has no record of the complaint biting cold for any relevant records in the National Archives to be released ABC's Aaron Katersky you're listening to ABC news stay informed como mid day good morning once again welcome to our Friday midday at ten oh two fifty four and a mostly sunny skies downtown on tumblr and our top stories now for the couple twenty four seven news center it was last Sunday the chairman of Tyson foods posted newspaper ads warning the food supply chain is breaking now we're getting some idea how many workers at the plant in our state have been seconded by covert nineteen the largest meat processing operation in Washington Tyson fresh meats in Wallowa county pretty much shut down last week we already know more than one hundred twenty five workers came down with covert nineteen now one of all the county officials said Thursday that fifty six of the first four hundred test results were positive if you're still says Tyson is free to resume operations if the screening once it's done indicates there are enough infection free workers to operate a week ago Stewart Glendinning Tyson foods CFO told Yahoo finance it would not be a significant meat shortage as a result of closed plants we've got more than a hundred and forty points and so when you consider that a couple of clubs that is not a a large number of very very large organization now some union officials have called for stronger measures that include mandatory six foot spacing of line workers comp calling Johnson reporting Tyson critics have faulted the operation for being too slow to adapt its safety precautions the work from home as shift will continue into the fall for thousands of workers in Seattle and Bellevue Amazon says it will allow its local office employees to work remotely until at least early October almost scored when hit with more the word is allowed not mandate Amazon is selling eligible employees they may choose to continue working from home for five more months it's an indication the shift to remote work is well working but the announcement may send chills through the small business economy Amazon supports especially in Seattle's south lake union neighborhood I spoke to hairstylist Lynsey Phelps in early March a few days after Amazon first sentence office workers home we know a lot of the people in the restaurants around here and it's just so quiet for them all the food trucks have been hit so I mean this normally this area is usually can't get down the sidewalk at this time now the business revival she and many others hope for maybe farther away than they expected an Amazon spokesperson said Thursday the company is prioritizing the health of its employees and following the local government guidance Corwin hate komo news straight ahead coronavirus affects more than business and health I'm Brian Calvert with the family ties cut because of cove it also I meant the factor of shopping for face masks a whole lot of scammers are ready to take your money plus I'm Frank Wednesday I'll tell you how cold it nineteen is helping to get freight to its destination faster these days all that and more but first check on your traffic.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington you're listening to ABC news stay informed the como morning news good morning welcome to our Friday is nine oh two we've got sunshine in downtown Seattle fifty one degrees right now and enjoy it because tomorrow we get some pretty heavy rain coming on so let's see a joy that we cannot tolerate top stories a couple twenty four seven news at our Amazon says it will allow thousands of office employees to continue working from home well into the fall couples Corwin hate with more back in March when the covert nineteen crisis was still in its early stages Amazon was among the first Seattle companies to send its workers home for their own safety the move sent shockwaves through downtown Seattle's service economy of business has suffered quite a bit we make about a quarter of what we normally make on March tenth coffee shop owner Joe Satcher caller told me his daily traffic had taken a huge hit we went from about twenty hundred eight down to less than five hundred today now recovery for his self like union shop seems even less certain as Amazon announces it will allow eligible employees to continue working from home until early October no word on how many employees will accept but this is the most significant indication we've seen from any company that a remote workforce is working well enough that there's no need to rush them back into crowded offices Corwin hate komo news results for the first round of plant wide employee screening at Tyson fresh meats in Wallowa county showing nearly fifteen percent positive for covert nineteen a nationally one hundred twenty five workers came down with the illness in the plant was closed while on a county official telling The Seattle Times of the first four hundred test results came back fifty six are positive last week Tyson foods CFO Stewart Glendinning telling Yahoo finance consumers don't need to panic but plant closures will be noticed at the grocery store don't panic our company is focused on making sure America gets to our employees come first and then of course we are very focused on making sure the state is viewed in supermarkets health officials in Wallowa county see the Tyson plant there is free to resume operations once testing is complete if they have enough healthy workers to safely operate for years Bill Gates has advocated vaccinations long before the start of the covert nineteen pandemic hello there our country Ford said how much of the vaccine gates thinks is needed to slay the virus in a new blog posting Bill Gates says the only way to end the pandemic for good is to offer a vaccine to almost all of the planets seven billion inhabitants at the same time the White House says president initiative called operation warp speed that Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says could result in hundreds of millions of vaccine doses manufactured by January gates says that time frame is conceivable but he also says the vaccine development effort could take as long as two years Eric heights komo news coming up I'm Brian Calvert with our governor and his B. C. counterpart announcing their re opening plans and how this could pave the way to re open the border recital for it's Friday and it's time to check traffic and say good morning good morning Tom so we're working with a crash on our surface streets in Seattle this is going to be traveling eastbound on Jackson at twenty fifth in our eastbound lane is partially blocked the road working happening in Sumner causing often on closures of traffic Avenue.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"To prevent more cracking that replace bearings that allow the bridge to expand and contract the work is already underway the bridge is expected to remain closed through next year since the pandemic began we've been hearing older Americans are at higher risk of contracting the virus virus well now in a a RP geriatric expert says loneliness and isolation are also a health risk and we feel I slid it back can be as much as the color of smoking fifteen cigarettes a day and it affects your risk of depression and also affects your ability to do physical activity instructor or one ten hotels T. B. W. even before the pandemic forty percent of older adults were suffering from loneliness and social isolation it was last Sunday the chairman of Tyson foods posted newspaper ads warning the food supply chain is breaking now we're getting some idea how many workers at the meat plant in our state of been sickened by covert nineteen the largest beef processing operation in Washington is Tyson fresh meats in Wallowa county in there pretty much shut down as of last week we already know more than one hundred twenty five workers came down with covert nineteen that one of all the county officials said Thursday that fifty six of the first four hundred test results were positive the official says Tyson is free to resume operations if the screening once it's done indicates there are enough infection free workers to operate a week ago Stewart Glendinning Tyson foods CFO told Yahoo finance that would not be a significant meat shortage as a result of closed plants we've got more than a hundred and forty balls and so when you consider that a couple of close that is not a a large number of very very large organization doesn't union officials have called for stronger measures that include mandatory six foot spacing of line workers almost Carly Johnson adds that Tyson's critics have faulted the operation for being too slow to adapt its safety precautions for the Seattle Seahawks the weirdness of a team meeting on soon got stranger still when head coach Pete Carroll introduced a highly suspect new teammates who's really out of shape channel almost Corwin hate has the story coach Carroll introduced him as a veteran tight end out of Miami who had played NFL ball for years and so I want to commit and Greg Olsen you don't know the name well maybe you know the voice good steak so much so excited to be here cited to play with you Ross Russell I mean I love you that's comedy star will Ferrell and as Greg Olsen he really does love quarterback Russell Wilson the way you play I love the way you handle yourself as a human being I mean I love you let's make a baby you know and he says as a player he has a few rules will be real clear I do not do special jeans ever it takes a moment to insult fellow tight end Luke Willson on his long hair I don't know what you do in the off season up there in Canada but you know what you're hearing all right finally Greg Olson tries to alleviate his new teammates concerns about the ability of a thirty six year old vet to play pro ball working outdoor I mean does this look like the body of a thirty six year old no when he lifts up his number twelve Seahawks Jersey it looks like the body of a fifty two year old comedian been doing a lot of yoga and nothing else Corwin hate zero body komo news right he's wearing big old glasses and his hair looks unusually white no it's funny come on this time eight thirty nine hole gets back to town for a couple sports update.

Tyson closes its Iowa pork processing plant during COVID-19

KIRO Nights

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Tyson closes its Iowa pork processing plant during COVID-19

"Tyson fresh meats announced today the closure of their meat processing plant in Wallowa county after over a hundred cases of coronavirus have been connected to the facility and here's Kyra seven TV's Michael spears one hundred workers sick and counting in a culvert nineteen cluster at this fourteen hundred person Tyson fresh meats plant near Pasco health officials say they're now racing to contain the outbreak that is added to a surgeon local cases by requiring new preventative measures in mandatory testing for all workers will have to isolate at home until test results come back the county health department said a majority of the sick workers live in the neighboring tri cities area where our CBS affiliate reported Wednesday one Tyson worker a Pasco grandfather died after fighting the corona virus in his family believes he got sick at this plant Tyson will also be closing plants in Tennessee and Iowa after hundreds of cases have been linked to plants in there as well W. Q. eighty eight news in Iowa has some more details on the plant in Columbus junction where two people have died of the virus breaking news Tyson foods now confirming that two of its workers at the Columbus junction plant have died the lies a county plant has been shut down since last week when positive cases were first reported one hundred forty eight Tyson workers have tested positive in Columbus junction Tyson says its plants including one in Joslin north of the Quad Cities are taking extra precautions including taking worker temperatures requiring protective face coverings and conducting additional cleaning and sanitizing in a statement issued tonight Tyson representatives say they are deeply saddened by the loss of two team members at our Columbus junction plant their families are in our thoughts and

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"wallowa county" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"For this money two weeks ago it never should have stopped we shouldn't have to be where we are today and it brings the price tag defining the virus to roughly two point seven trillion dollars a government expert on vaccines claims he was removed from a senior health posts in retaliation for opposing a malaria drug that president trump promoted without proof as a remedy for covered nineteen you're listening to ABC news our top story an employee of the whole foods important pearl district has died from corona virus it's unknown where the person might have contracted the virus whole foods is offering grief counseling to employees the store was deplaned by professional cleaning company after the case was diagnosed Washington governor Jay Inslee says counties don't have the authority to ignore his stay at home order Franklin County commissioners voted in favor of reopening businesses and assure opposed the homers county says he won't enforce the order Inslee says his order is legal in the state of emergency no court anywhere in this state or federally has said in anyway the disorder contravenes the constitution or any other law that's pertinent to our state Inslee says business has a don't follow the order could face legal action Inslee's general counsel sent the Franklin County Board of commissioners a letter telling them their action against the stay at home order is illegal I Tyson food beef packing plant it will lower string ten may have temporarily shut down following a corona virus outbreak at least one hundred workers have tested positive for covered nineteen the Wallowa county department of community health has worked with Tyson for two weeks on mitigation measures such as installing more hand washing stations and requiring all workers to wear masks all types employees are now required to be tested for covered nineteen the Oregon Humane Society has launched a statewide effort to distribute pet food to shelters rescues and food pantries for communities that are in need on Tuesday three oh H. as trucks were packed with dog food cat food and cat litter and headed to hood river Pendleton in Eugene deliveries will continue every Tuesday and Thursday for the next month with the goal of providing assistance to all of Oregon's thirty six counties and it can be very will reopen may fourth with limited operations very was closed because of the coronavirus social distancing ordered by the governor when it re opens only three cars will be.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

07:28 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Everywhere the yellow everywhere that you're seeing on your porch is in your cars that's coming from the hemlock to all right well there with with it for a while longer it sounds like what the experts say a wide scale corona virus testing is what's needed to get the country back to work in commas Ryan Harris tells a senator from Washington is helping lead the press for a national testing plan from the trump administration US senator Patty Murray and other Senate democratic leaders called the trump administration's approach to covert nineteen testing piecemeal so they're behind a thirty billion dollar measure to require the White House to come up with a national plan that includes speeding up development and production of rapid response another test ensuring up the supply chain to eliminate shortages of testing kit pieces Murray says testing is key to the confidence needed to re open economies if you do not know you're going to stay home you're not gonna go to small businesses if you don't know this is going to continue to spread and our hospitals will be overwhelmed and we will have to continue to fund them at huge ratios Democrats say the measure would likely be included in a larger force face coronavirus spending bill president trump again said the government is supplying millions of tests each day and that the number is increasing exponentially Ryan Harris komo news the state plans to release hundreds of inmates to help stem the spread of covert nineteen in prison but police officers killed have some concern earns compulsory Merrill explains in a joint statement the Seattle police officers guild and the king county police officer killed say they're concerned about neighborhood safety and a spike in crime if the governor goes ahead and releases up to nine hundred fifty inmates from jail early Seattle guild president Mike so land doesn't agree with it who are the people that actually have to contact those criminals when they re offend they're in prison for a reason he hopes the state will include them on details of the plan which includes early release for inmates most at risk for covert and for nonviolent offenders who were already set to be released soon C. Romero komo news the ports of Seattle and Tacoma still open but as you might guess business is down Carlos Kelly Bleier with the latest numbers over nineteen is affecting everything and that includes trade John Wolfe CEO of the northwest seaport alliance says the scale of destruction is unprecedented and our total container volumes in March were down approximately twenty one percent as compared to March of twenty nineteen who's expected second quarter to be soft as well before proving in the third and fourth quarters this year he also remains hopeful twenty twenty one will be a more robust year for the industry Kelly Bleier komo news at Tyson foods meat plant plant in wala wala county remains open even though dozens of workers have tested positive for the coronavirus more from commerce Gregg Hersholt forty two workers have contracted the virus at that meat plant in Wallula and the Benton Franklin health district says they're working with staff at the plant to ensure it's a safe work environment Wallowa county emergency management says it's confident that the employer is taking necessary precautions to prevent additional spread that plant has about fourteen hundred workers Gregg Hersholt komo news and the komo news time coming up on four ten strong message from colleges and their athletic leaders about the twenty twenty football season we have details from Cuomo's bill Schwartz at the distant hardly exterior your sports desk vice president Mike pence held a teleconference with college conference commissioners and their consensus if the students are not back on campus for classes no football games a CBS sports writer Gary Parrish says the uncertainty of football is already hitting college athletic departments we don't know whenever we play college football your fans are going to be allowed to be in the stands and even if they are quote unquote allowed bulletin this drop off simply because some families aren't comfortable being in that setting beyond that people are you know financially strapped right now university of Washington basketball losing both talented freshmen to the NBA draft federal way's Jaden McDaniels announced his intentions today following teammate Isaiah Stewart the dogs are adding some college transfer help Nate prior from west Seattle and laci's Eric Stephenson social media round tables and more honoring Jackie Robinson today he broke baseball's color barrier in nineteen forty seven and golf digest reports the PGA tour will resume play in Texas with the Charles Schwab turnabout June eleventh No spectators sports update attended forty after the hour bill sports come owner no problem keeping the the fairways quiet the way things are going so we will give you an update on all that's happening in traffic coming up komo news time now for eleven professional athletes can't compete right now because of the corona virus shut down so what are they doing with all the spare time for Major League Baseball players a lot of them are volunteering for a corona virus antibody study Michael Rego is following the story for The Washington Post and spoke with Thomas Tom Hudner understand of the upwards of five figures involved in this between players and management and front office personnel yeah yeah it's up to ten thousand volunteers so it's it's a really large number and they're coming from twenty seven of the thirty feet so tell me on my about this study who's conducting it more they'll be fine yes so the study is run by a Stanford University the university of southern California and the with math and research and testing laboratory and looking for the front of our antibodies so it it these produced when you when you have the coronavirus in the past so they're looking at they're looking to test about ten thousand people and if you feel bad about it means that you have the call back at some point in your life even if you are a fantastic thank you they're looking to get a more accurate infection rate by testing a large sample of people believe that about why have all these Major League Baseball players become involved and the league will yes and I think that these researchers are just looking for an organization that can provide a large sample of people again across different demographics and backgrounds Major League Baseball lawyer of thousands and thousands of people and they're providing players up front office staff part time state employees all are all of which are volunteering but essentially gives this study a chance to look at a ton of people across the country many of whom live in large metropolitan areas who are from different age ethnicity medical history stuff like that just give them a better idea you know who might be affected yes certainly give them the opportunity to have a wide range of of response there is to this test it is this test the athletes that are taking the same as what people who were sick with covert nineteen are administered no yes that's the point of a really try to empathize yesterday when they release new that this happened that this is not a similar task to the to the test that you know are used to determine whether or not you have chronic buyers because those are obviously very sought after right now they've been a lot of talk about windows PCR tests are available so they wanted employees either not both after not taking away resulted you know from the front line the antibody tests are are completely separate all right it's great to talk to you and we can get more information through your article in The Washington Post Michael A. Rego the article is Emily players and employees participate in largest coronavirus antibody study that's a Michael Rego from washingtonpost dot com and that's come most come up let's get over to Maria rock injured now and get a check on our como traffic.

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:56 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"ABC news one thousand FM ninety seven seven good afternoon commodities time one thirty one AM Taylor fansites with top stories from the commode twenty four seven news center the March unemployment numbers around and the numbers don't look good for Washington state's yours come was Jeff Pohjola the jobless rate in the evergreen state jumped to five point one percent last month as the economy lost more than eleven thousand jobs but this is likely just the beginning there's the full effect of the corona virus outbreak and subsequent shut down won't be reflected until this month's numbers are released in may and if you think are booming northwest economy is somewhat insulated think again is the Seattle Tacoma Everett region's unemployment rate is more than a full point above the national rate Jeff Pohjola company news and if you're out of a job and looking for one during the pandemic there are some companies hiring but couples Carly Johnson reports the number of job openings has dropped dramatically in the last six weeks of March ninth to April sixth the number of available jobs across the country drop by twenty percent Daniel shall we senior economist at glassdoor comparison during the Great Recession and took nine months to reach that same case travel and tourism hit the hardest according to glassdoor job openings in that industry down by seventy three percent just almost unheard of in economic data cluster also broke down the reductions by state and sadly Washington tops their list with nearly thirty three percent reduction in post job openings still five million job listings out there shall suggest anybody looking for one focus on strong companies rather than individual industries or sectors looking for the ones position to respond to this crisis and come out the other side Carly Johnson common news financial fallout from the virus outbreak is earning some more than others there's a new survey of people in Washington that shows our most vulnerable population is young adults according to a survey published in The Seattle Times among those who are eighteen to twenty nine years old more than one out of three say they have or someone in their household has lost a job or been laid off nearly half of taking a pay cut or had their hours reduced those numbers are significantly higher than for other age groups the survey conducted by the polling firm D. H. M. research a Tyson foods meat plant in Walla Walla county remains open even though dozens of workers have tested positive for corona virus forty two workers have contracted the virus at that meat plant in Wallula and the Benton Franklin health district says they're working with staff at the plant to ensure it's a safe work environment Wallowa county emergency management says it's confident that the employer is taking necessary precautions to prevent additional spread that plant has about fourteen hundred workers Gregg Hersholt komo news coming up I'm zero Meryl with what local police officers killed have to say about the state's plan to release hundreds of prison inmates early to help slow covered nineteen one thirty four global traffic update here's marina rock injure well as far as volume is concerned extremely light and not battle at any area really there is some road construction that continues during this time and that includes in the is a quiet area it is the this acquire falsity road between Kalani and do the hill road that stretches close for some construction going on only local access there and maple valley one six nine both directions between two fortieth and what road they're doing construction daily seven AM to four PM so hearing about a stalled vehicle southbound I. five at the county line between so much in king county right there at two hundred fifth this like a traffic is brought to you by compassion international you can change the world for child in extreme poverty through compassion international just text the word child eight three three nine three to find out how your next come much traffic at one forty four the couple eco roof forecast with meteorologist Kristen Clarke a wind direction changes really all we needed to get those clouds to clear this morning the north breeze.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"A few spots in the foothills of the central south sound and Tacoma weather center I'm meteorologist Kristen Clarke fifty two and clouds and some breaks downtown at ten oh six we continue with twenty minutes of nonstop news now despite some help from the federal government a lot of Americans are struggling financially right now goals benefactor with a look at who's hurting the most a new survey of people in Washington shows when it comes to financial survival our most vulnerable population is young adults according to the survey published in The Seattle Times among those eighteen to twenty nine years old more than one out of three say they have or someone in their household is lost a job or been laid off because of the outbreak nearly half of taking a pay cut or had their hours reduced these numbers are significantly higher than for any other age group the survey was sponsored by marketing can ins from Quinn Thomas and was conducted by the polling firm D. HM research matter factor komo news a Tyson foods meat plant in wala wala county remains open though dozens of workers have tested positive for the coronavirus more from couples great Herschel forty two workers have contracted the virus at that meat plant in Wallula and the Benton Franklin health district says they're working with staff at the plant to ensure it's a safe work environment Wallowa county emergency management says it's confident that the employer is taking necessary precautions to prevent additional spread that plant has about fourteen hundred workers Gregg Hersholt komo news the first known coronavirus death among the Amazon work force has been reported now and I'm operations manager at Amazon facility in Hawthorne California died recovered nineteen March thirty first Forbes reports it's unclear where the man contracted the virus he last worked at the Amazon fulfillment center March sixth then went to Mexico on vacation came back to the U. S. March twentieth and developed flu like symptoms on March twenty sixth one of the questions are listers have about the virus deals with our gorgeous spring weather we hear more from almost having a toss up Michael Ledford semi this question on Facebook community pools are closed due to the virus besides having people in close proximity which is another issue can pull water spread the virus or does the chlorine kill the virus answer from you W. six is diseases Dr Pol Pot injured the biggest threat to us we think with crowbars it's not going to be coming from a community pool it is going to be coming from the people going to the pool coating on each other spreading droplets right from the respiratory surface water is probably one of the least of those to worry about especially chlorinated water another concern we got from a caller and from Paul dear on Facebook with warmer weather comes mosquitoes can mosquitoes transmit the covert nineteen that's never been reported were extremely skeptical that that could be a thing Miskito spread blood borne infections coronavirus is not thought to be one of those and we have that experience with other respiratory viruses like in the winds are just not known to be spread by mosquito bites the questions about maths are always coming in Maryland hunter asked me can a personal mask be placed in a freezer to kill the covert nineteen virus and then re used researchers say viruses similar to cope with nineteen I've actually lived in freezing temperatures thirty something into the freezer I would not recommend it actually sometimes cold temperatures like that made paradoxically make it harder to kill the virus in some cases if you have amassed but you're not willing or able to wash that's okay too just put on the shelf for five days after five days on any surface this this coronavirus and the dead and gone please don't hesitate to send us your questions you can always reach out to me directly like a lot of our viewers data we've got a lot of those questions posted on komo news dot com that's almost Tammy Mutasa the family of a baby who had open heart surgery at Seattle children's when he was just six days old has fought a lawsuit against the hospital details recalls Carly Johnson once again this claim centers around the long running issue with Aspergillus mold and ventilation systems with an operating rooms the mold sickening patients at children's goes back to two thousand one but early on those deaths were never public the new twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen several more cases made headlines in children's CEO Jeff bearing ended up closing all of their operating rooms late last year to ensure they can finally fix the mold issue we take care of the sickest most complex kids we have a critical role in our community and we take this responsibility incredibly seriously how one of the second patients from last year was Haley Seymour's baby boy who developed a life threatening mold infection to his heart after the procedure the lawsuit claims the family was never notified about the mold issues and what.

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"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"wallowa county" Discussed on KOMO

"Eggs all the stuff and then managing some of the county's resources there for Senate C. seventeen cargo jet crews stand ready to deploy to Florida just like they did for hurricane Katrina in two thousand five just waiting for the call come morning the state's first case of west Nile virus this year has been diagnosed in Franklin County the man in his fifties came down with the illness all the viruses circulating in several local county health officials say the majority of people infected do not get sick only about one in five develop symptoms and then they disappear on their own the manta contracted the Ellis lives in Franklin County but works in Wallowa county it's unknown where he picked it up parents and adults have been stunned by new health warnings about vaping and second hand vapour hazards Kamose Suzanne funds as doctors are even warning that vaping injuries are reaching crisis levels you Trish and doctor Beth evil says more more young people are choosing to vape unfortunately there's been a huge increase in general and not just in the high schools and down into the middle schools in two young kids common knowledge is doctor chorus sack is seen the fallout from beeping I have certainly seen a few individuals who have long problem student vaping several studies just released suggest that baby could be very dangerous the CDC is investigating dozens of cases of severe lung disease just as alarming study showing that teens are having increased exposure from secondhand smoke from dating because we don't know that both he and some of the acute effects and then the chronic effects due to vaping there is certainly a high level of concern in Seattle Suzanne fallen components used on seven thirty four really really good right now on area roadways no collisions no stall the block in the way of course you can find some extra heavy traffic throughout the university district in all roads coming and going from husky stadium that'll be in the future but right now.

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