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"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World Headquarters. I'm Charlie Pellets and LVS subpoenas Stack or all advancing on this back to work Tuesday. In fact, we are at or near session highs. SMP up 34 That is a gain of 9/10 of 1%. Wall Street, parsing the latest earnings of looking on his Treasury secretary nominee, Janet Yellen's confirmation hearing began the small The Dow Up 164 by 5/10 of 1%. NASDAQ is up 190. That is an advance of 1.5%. Right now we've got the 10 Year down. One 32nd 10 Year. Yield. 1.8% Gold little changed on 72 cents Eons at 18 40, West Texas intermediate crude. 1.1% 50 to 95 4 barrel of Dodi T I after earnings this morning Goldman Sachs years they are lower right now by 1.6%. Bank of America. Little changed higher by about 1/10 of 1% will be hearing from Morgan Stanley tomorrow morning and then after the bell today, Netflix will report and Netflix shares. They are also trading higher now. We've got Netflix up by 1.1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Got it, Charlie. Thank you so much Bunch of Iris headlines. Timon. I just kind of went over them. New York City Warning supply me run out this week, More than a quarter of New York State residents don't plan to get vaccinated against the virus. That's according to a poll released today. I think it's a Dow Jones story. We've got what 95.7 million cases deaths. Surpassing two million and about more than 44 million shots have been given worldwide. I'm one more big 1 400,000 deaths just here in the United States alone. The numbers are really staggering. So let's get into it. But Dr Harold Pause Who's the executive vice president, Chancellor for health affairs at the Ohio State University, CEO of Wexner Medical Center. This is a massive enterprise includes hospitals, College of medicine research and more. He was the former chief medical officer of it, Edna. He joins us on the phone once again from Columbus, Ohio. Doctor pause. Nice to have you here back on Bloomberg. How are you? What are you seeing? Give us an idea, because I'm feeling a bit down about all of the headlines that are out there. Well, it's it's great talking with you again, Carol. Thanks very much for the opportunity. Um, So you know, we are the point Now, where? As you just described. We're seeing the cases go up nationally. And certainly the mortality rate that you you mentioned. The number of deaths is just staggering. But at the same time We're encouraged by the vaccinations. And here in Columbus this morning at the at the Ohio State Webster Medical Center, we vaccinated our first patient who was 100 years old. This is our In the state of Ohio. We had won a tier one day where we vaccinated are health care workers and we've worked through that group were finishing that up this week, and now we're moving on. To the elderly and those a greater greatest risk, and that's around 70. And this morning. This individual is our first patient, and it's so encouraging because the more we can vaccinate The more we can stop the spread based on all the clinical evidence that we saw. If we do that, and everybody wears a mask, those two things combined, we can have a huge impact on preventing people from winding up in the hospital. If we could turn this into a viral infection that you know, gives people the same symptoms as a cold. We would be looking at this very differently and keep in mind a lot of colds. You know, out there caused by a Corona virus. It's just that this Corona virus had causes something very different that we call Cove in 19, and that's what fills up hospitals. That's what makes people so sick, and that's what gives them symptoms that linger even after their hospitalization. We've heard so much about that. So that's why the vaccines are incredibly important, but not letting our guard down, continuing to wear masks That's going to be in our future for a while. That was the hard part about hearing that is is we've proven as a country that we're not willing to. To do those things, and that's why we're seeing such a such a surge right now. I mean, we're not even following healthcare guidance for being around one another during the holidays, and potentially why we're seeing the search right now. Um, what makes you optimistic about We're going to change your behavior in the next few months. Well, you know, I think more and more of it is the messaging. Um, and the making sure that all of us no matter what, What walk of life we come from, no matter what type of work we do. We provide leadership for others that our community to understand Just how important this is, Um And and again, it's not one or the other. We all have to wear masks because we know that mask, sir, very effective and stopping the spread. But we also have to. I'll make sure that we get vaccinated. And I know there are individuals with vaccine hesitancy, but at the same time, it's so encouraging to see so many people come forward and again, you know, like you've described where we want to make sure that we have the supplies available is more and more of these. Vaccines are approved for emergency use authorization that we can bring them forward to vaccinate everybody that wants the vaccine right away. So I have a question for you. If President comes to office tomorrow and part of his plan, including and he's talked about backs vaccinations for a large number of people. But what if he said Hey, for the next month? We're gonna provide money for everyone. We need you to just shut down. Don't do anything. Back off society. Could we eradicate the virus pretty quickly? With a total shutdown. Yeah, I mean, there there, There's there's a lot to that. We've seen examples of the economic picture, and I'm assuming the government's gonna take care of everybody and I'm making big assumptions. But I'm just saying, I mean, could we could we get rid of it? I think so. Can we get rid of it versus can we continue to take all these preventative actions and we've seen examples and other countries where they have done is close to the kind of shut down you're describing Carol and then they take the breaks off. And when they take the brakes off what we see, we see that the cases go back up. I think without a doubt, we have to do mortar. Make sure that we stop the spread, and we know that wearing masks are incredibly important to do that. But at the same time we have to recognize that the minute we stopped doing these things, it comes right back at us. And right now we need to be especially concerned because of the mutations that we're hearing a lot about that makes the virus more contagious. On duh here it at Ohio State University at the Western Medical Center. Our.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:40 min | 11 months ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"A 37 the branded boxer show. There's a lot to get to Dr Joseph was stolen from Ohio Health is joining us in just seconds after the doc. I want to get too. If you're a small business, there's something you need to know about the P P. P s. So I want to get to that. What's the other thing here? Oh, and President Trump says speech last night after the impeachment talking about the protests that are gonna be going around the country, including at the State House on Sunday, all of that in just a few seconds, but first catching up with Dr Joseph just older from Ohio Health. The big news that came out yesterday, Researchers from the OS who Webster Medical Center have discovered two new strains of the krone virus, one that's dominant scientist said the mutations. In the Columbus Stranger likely to make the virus more infectious. But with that, so not more dangerous, just more infectious. So we just asked about the vaccines that air out? Are they effective on these new strains? Both Madonna and five have stated publicly that they definitely expect Their vaccines to offer immune protection from this type of variant and perhaps in the future. Various now recently there was a pre print that came out of the University of Texas branch in Galveston, where they looked at the antibody levels and people who volunteered for the five year study and the people. The blood samples did have detectable antibodies to this new various coming out of the United Kingdom's. That's positive, but again, the science is going to continue to be looking at this in the background. Doctor. Just a thought here. OK, So you've had covert already? You have the anti bodies. Are you immune to this new strain? Attentively speaking. Yes, that is the case. Now, remember when you get an infection with this virus, or for that matter, the vaccine. You induced more than antibody response. That means system is very complicated. Everybody focuses on antibodies. But tentatively speaking with the vaccine and with infection, you are expected to have some immunity to this new variants. Okay. And do you think this new strain will lead to an increase in cases because I'm guessing if it's if it's more contagious? That's probably a yes, I'm guessing attentively speaking, the various do not cause a higher severity of illness. But assuming this variant is Seymour in North America, it is going to, unfortunately result in more people likely getting Coca 19 Alright doctor, Joseph Costello from Ohio Howl, director of infectious diseases There will be back with this on Monday. NewsRadio, 16 w T. V and meanwhile, the impeachment process and the house we knew that was coming. Yesterday, 10 Republicans sided with Democrats for a final of 2 32 to 1 97 with an impeachment vote. Uh, the jury is still out with the Senate's. But Mitch McConnell indicted that the indicated that the impeachment trial would probably take place and it will after President Trump leaves office. Meanwhile, a speech and I thought it was a really good one from President Trump. Yesterday, he talked about a variety of things free speech what's been happening in the past week and the protests this weekend? Have been briefed by the U. S Secret service on the potential threats. Every American deserves to have their voice heard. In a respectful and peaceful way. That is your first Amendment, right? But I cannot emphasize that there must be no violence, no law breaking and no vandalism of any kind. Everyone must follow our laws and obey the instructions of law enforcement. I have directed federal agencies to use all necessary resource is To maintain order. In Washington, D C. We are bringing in thousands of National Guard members. To secure the city and ensure that a transition can occur safely and without incident. Like all of you. I was shocked and deeply saddened by the calamity. At the Capitol last week. I want to thank the hundreds of millions of incredible American citizens who have responded to this moment with calm, moderation and grace. We will get through this challenge. Just like we always do. President did not mention anything about the impeachment but called for peace and said no American should resort to political violence. Meanwhile, all 50 US capitals this armed protests are set for this weekend. And we'll have more of this tomorrow. Real quick. If you're a small business, I want to make sure you know about this because we're all about our small businesses. We love you. The small business Administration. It will start accepting applications for P P p on Friday. So tomorrow so if you're a business with 300 or fewer employees, you will be eligible for the loans. Just something to definitely again too. And probably one of my favorite stories. That first story I saw this morning. If you're looking for a job and trust me if I had the chance I'd do this, But I'm not a very good driver. The Oscar Mayer Wiener Mobile is hiring a new crew. So it it includes driving the iconic vehicle across the country, meeting fans and more than 200 events. I'm sure socially distance the job starts in June last for a year. Your recent college grad or maybe you just retired. That be fun, too. You are urged to apply that to become the 34th class of the hot dog hers by the way. You have through January 31st hot dog ate 43 use radio 6 10. W TV END SPORTS This Buckeye Basketball update this service of Legacy Retirement group Northwestern trimmed a 13 point, Ohio State lead down to one with under four minutes to go, but the Buckeyes responded, ripping off 12 points in a row in the span of just over a minute. But guys put away the Wildcats and win 81 71. Big game for the way. Washington A career best 23 points with six assists, I say improves 24 and three in the league 10 and three overall and visit Illinois Saturday, hacking up a win for the Buckeye women. They improved to 70 by rallying from 14 down in the second half and B I will buy two in overtime. Ah, Blockbuster trade in the MBA is Brooklyn tries to put together a super team if they acquire former M V P. James Harden from Houston. He'll team up now with Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving to get him, though they had to trade away four players, one of them, figuring 10 native There is still a virgin who goes to Indiana. Several teams were involved in the deal, including the calves. They pick up Nets Big man Jared Allen. Hockey night. Blue Jackets open the season on the road in Nashville. Eight o'clock on Fox Sports Ohio CPJ Banking Final roster moves yesterday, assigning a handful of players to their taxi squad from the NFL. The bronze preparing for their playoff game with Kansas City. Good news as they get players and coaches off their covert list yesterday, including defensive back Denzel Ward coach Kevin Stefanski on track to return to practice today and don't worry, right? Today isn't going anywhere are reports surfaced in Philadelphia yesterday that the Eagles were interested in day becoming their new head coach but Day not interested in the report later, was said to be inaccurate from the Central high Ohana dealer. Sports desk matter. Coy these radio 6 10 wtvr, Let's go. Jackets, 8 44. This just came down US jobless claims approaching one million last week that surged by the most since late March. I'm sure we're gonna more on that with Bloomberg coming up. And speaking of that, at nine o'clock, the hardest working man in news Scott Jennings, what he working on for nine bunch of things here, Brandon Governor Mike the Wind said to talk about preparations for the Ohio State House ahead of the expected armed protest this weekend. He'll be joined at a press conference this morning by Columbus Mayor Andrew Gunther. Later, said the Ohio National Guard and state Our patrol. The FBI issued a bulletin warning of armed protests in all 50 state capitals with President Trump leaves office before Inauguration Day and Jacob Blake talking about the incident that left him paralyzed after he was shot seven times by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin. His version of what.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"House Rules Committee Chairman Jim McGovern reiterated the warning from the FBI today. Last week's attack may not be a one time event. I ask unanimous consent to insert into the record report entitled Warns armed protests being planted at all 50 state capitals in Washington D C. There's still serious concerns about another attack here in Washington, D C and in every corner of this country. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, too, was asked today about plans for armed marches on all 50 state capitals in the coming days, and he said he is not just concerned about the Capitol building, but all of Ohio's cities in contact. With mayors of our major cities. During the summer, we sent members of the National Guard when requested by mayors will requested any time we will evaluate the situation, but we're going to refer to the mayor's from the mayor's tell me. They need National guard likelihood. I'm gonna send national guard. So that's what happened this summer didn't all come at once. It came a different periods of time, so we're fully prepared to activate more members of the National Guard. Meanwhile, the conservative social network parlor has been banned from nearly every corner of the Internet as tech companies say that parlor helped incite the violent attack on the U. S Capitol last week says it is trying to get its website back online as fast as possible. But it's really having trouble finding the vendors, servers and services to do just that. On Monday, parlor suit Amazon Web services. It says The company is trying to stifle competition and political free speech after Amazon refused to keep posting parlor site over the weekend. Google and Apple remove parlor From its APP stores. The company's claim the site was a breeding ground for hate speech and violent content. Amazon in a response to the suit, told Fox Quote, it is clear that there is significant content on parlor that encourages and incites violence against others, and that parlor is unable or unwilling to properly identify and remove this content. Fox is Mark MEREDITH. Preparations are underway to open a mass vaccinations site at the Schottenstein Center, and it will open on Friday to healthcare workers have a couple days this week where we're gonna get everything set up from how Line flow works so that we have appropriates facing two. Really? How kind of the handoff from check in to the vaccination station works. Ryan Haley with us you Webster Medical Center says One of the challenges will be getting enough people to run them mass vaccination site, especially since there is such a strain on health care workers in hospital systems. We're gonna have to tap into some of our other friends here in the organization, so nursing staff pharmacists registration staff clear. Goal and clinical people, Haley says. Eventually, always you East will be used as another vaccination site, ABC Sixes Alexis Meow burger reporting there. Meanwhile, the Trump administration is working to expand the Corona virus vaccination program. U. S. Health Secretary Alex Cesar said today that operation Warp speed is entering a new phase and they will begin allowing vaccinations to be administered to everyone. 65 years old and older. He's also blaming some local and state governments for the reason in delays in distribution and Alabama's Crimson Tide's National championship victory. Celebration spark some backlash, admits the Corona virus pandemic. Oskaloosa Mayor Walt Matics says he is disappointed by football fans ignoring Oh, no virus mornings pouring into the streets to celebrate the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide, defeating Ohio State to win the national championship Flip show thousands packing into crowded bars. Many mask was despite Maddox, warning locals against congregating instead of Alabama's chance. Roll Tide. Hashtag Roll Cove. It began trending. Tuscaloosa Police say 14 people were arrested with charges ranging from public intoxication to disorderly conduct. Kristen Goodwin Fox News Use radio 6 10 tell the new TV ends for his buck. I update a service Anthony Thomas Chocolate Bar Guys. Ohio State, coming up short of a title with the lopsided loss to Alabama. Now it's decision time for top underclassmen the deadline to declare for the NFL draft next Monday. Justin Fields is going to go Ryan Day, saying after the game yesterday, it's been a pleasure coaching and the NHL season opens this week. Jacket start Thursday in Nashville. The C B J making several moves yesterday to trim their roster this Buckeye Basketball updated service, The Legacy Retirement Group practice safer. Chris Holden's Buckeyes who are back in the rankings at number 21. They host Northwestern Tomorrow from the Central High Ohana dealer. Sports desk matter. Quite news, radio 6 10 w TVs. McDonald's, We're gonna get you today How I shall have the quarter pounder with cheese, Extra mustard pickle, and I have a 10 piece Chicken McNuggets and two sides of ranch, Please. The We've done this before meal. Get it at McDonald's When you get two of your faves for just Six bucks. Let me time only priceless participation be very single item. Regular price ride sharing companies are trying to position themselves with a role in the vaccine rollout. Wall Street Journal says uber and lifted lobbied President elect Joe Biden's transition team about getting early access to doses for drivers. So writers feel comfortable and then in tandem, making the case for the incoming administration to allocate federal funds. For vaccine related transportation. Separately, Uber says it's joining.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"You TV and the FBI says the insurrection may not be over and in this warning all 50 states to get ready, the agency warned all 50 state capitals could be targets this week for the kind of action scene last week, my supporters of President Trump Upset you lost. The election is also a warning. A groups threatened to travel to Washington, D. C and stage an uprising of Congress removes Trump from office Democrats in Congress making their case for impeaching President Trump a second time every day. He's in office. He remains a real and present danger of the country, and the best thing would be for him to resign. That would be the most immediate House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff. Democrats have introduced an article of impeachment against the president, accusing him of inciting the attack on the U. S Capitol last week. Impeachment son of fast track and could happen by Tomorrow. The president promised a peaceful transition of power. January 20th When Joe Biden is inaugurated new initiatives from federal health officials announced today are designed to help speed up the Corona virus Vaccination process. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex A's are confirmed on ABC is Good Morning America that the Trump Administration would no longer hold back vaccine doses, a czar said that was being done with second doses to have what he called a safety stock. Everything is now available to Are states that our healthcare providers easier, said the Trump administration is now recommending states give vaccines to people age 65 over and people under the age of 65 with an existing disease or medical condition. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, Ohio State University will use the Schottenstein Center is a mass vaccination site, ABC Sixes Alexis Marburger says it will be managed by Webster Medical Center Ryan Haley with always you Wexner Medical Center. Says One of the challenges will be getting enough people to run the mass vaccination site, especially since there is such a strain on health care workers in hospital systems. We're gonna have to tap into some of our other friends here in the organization, so Nursing staff. Pharmacists registration staff clerical on clinical people see Lisa's eventually I wish you East will be used as another vaccination site. As for other locations, Columbus Public health holding vaccine clinics at the Ohio Expo Center. Or Group one A. The union representing Columbus police officers filing a complaint against the city regarding the firing of Officer Adam Coy following the shooting death of Andre Hill, December 22nd. We believe in due process for everyone, every citizen Every officer and we think that's important and we will follow the law what we're required to do. Union President Keith Farrell says the union's asking for an extension of arbitration officer corps was fired at the body Cam footage showed he shot and killed Hill, who was unarmed. Radio 60 W. TV END Sports Is Mark I. Football. Update The service of Anthony Thomas Chocolate Bar guys after the national championship game lost to Alabama, the Buckeyes Getting back home and getting time off coach Ryan Day, saying his team needs to recharge before starting winter conditioning and then spring football. Blue jackets two days from opening in Nashville. They're back on the Isis camp continues. Today. Seven players were cut yesterday, this Buckeye Basketball update Service, the Legacy Retirement group for which he was ranked again number 21 of the eight people. I'll be hosting Northwestern tomorrow from the Central High Ohana dealer. Sports Test Matt Recordings.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:30 min | 11 months ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"V and Ohio State falls short in their quest for a national championship, losing to the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 50 to 24 in last night's title game in Miami, But I had good trying days is now is a good time to step back. But the guys on his team need to see their families. Hands. Well, we all just need a break. And you know, we've already started to put together the The schedule for the spring, but but we all need to get away for a while. This has been a long long road. Guys, Mr Families and On. They deserve time to be with them. Quarterback Justin Fields finished with 194 passing yards and a touchdown, but Bama wide receiver Devante Smith had three touchdown catches in the first half. Smith was named the game's offensive MVP. Theo investigation continues over last Wednesday's riot at the U. S. Capitol, resulting in five deaths, including two Capitol police officers. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan's leading the investigation. Whether officers on duty were part of the problem. There are people that were working there on the sixth, and we're doing something that was nefarious. We want to make sure that that that's taken care of so that we ensure safety for the inauguration, Ryan tells ABC News. At least 10. Other Capitol police members are being looked at for their roles in the riot. The national press secretary for the Trump campaign says. It's deja vu all over again with impeachment Democrats came after him. With a purely political impeachment not too long ago. Now they're threatening to do it again. Okay, give least they pushed through a political impeachment before they're trying to do it again. An article of impeachment been introduced in the House and is expected to be voted on tomorrow. It accuses President Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol last week and FBI warning about potential armed protests. FBI bulletin alerting law enforcement across the country. But on protests are being planned at all. 50 state capitols through Inauguration Day intelligence, pointing to an unnamed armed group calling for the storming of government buildings in courthouses it President Trump is removed before January. 20th and CBC News Chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas here in Columbus, the local level P filing an official complaint The case of fired Officer Adam Coy Shot and killed Andre Hill back in December. If Opie President Keith Farrell says they're asking for an extension of arbitration, we are waiting to find out those facts from that independent investigation. We all want so we can make our legally bound merit decision, Pharrell added. Everyone deserves to hear what happened The night that Hill died. Body Cam footage shows Coy opened fire on Hilla, his Columbus home December 22nd. Phil was unarmed at the time Theologians State University will use these shots. Teen center is a mass of Corona virus vaccination site, ABC Sixes Alexis More burgers says will be managed by Webster Medical Center Ryan Haley with always, he Wexner Medical Center says one of the challenges will be getting enough people to run the mass vaccination site. Especially since there is such a strain on health care workers in hospital systems. We're gonna have to tap into some of our other friends here in the organization, so nursing staff, pharmacists, registration staff clerical. And clinical people. Nay, Lisa's eventually Oh issue east will be used as another vaccination site, as rather locations. Columbus Public Health Holding vexing clinics at the state Fair Grounds for Group one A in the vaccination plan coming up next. Brandon Boxer meteorologist Danger Buck Michael with your ABC six first Morning Weather forecast 16 w TV and news time 5 35. Start your.

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06:07 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"Wanting to ship your presence out by ground Do that by tomorrow. 15th is the deadline. Just a heads up. Also, doctor who stole those joining us in just a few seconds here. We caught up with him on everything with the vaccine. The first batches of the Fizer covert vaccine has arrived in central Ohio this morning. First heading to always use Webster Medical Center. Ohio Health. On top of that we have the electoral college that is meeting today to Place and submit their votes in what else to do to do. Yeah, and we're expecting some snow. Yeah, And this is a big one camp. You'll have more on this by campaign. It was sports here coming up at 8 45, But Cleveland's baseball team planning to drop the name Indians after using it for 105 years. Ah lot of people weighing in on that and thinking about that this morning too, But again, we'll do that at 8 45 all right now catching up with Dr Joseph Castaldo. He's the director of infectious diseases. This is his wheelhouse when it comes to covert 19 from Ohio Health And when it comes to just this vaccine, when you do eventually get it. Life goes on to a point. You're still gonna have to still follow the covert protocol and wear masks. That is correct The vaccines and point and the trials were symptomatic Cove in 19 1 of the end points that was not taken into consideration or measured was asymptomatic infections. So we still have to study that the science continues in 2021. They're still learning that we need to happen with the vaccines. For example, As the year progresses, we may learn that a specific type of vaccine, for example, works and people who are above the age of 65, just like we have now for the flu shop. We have a specific type of flu shot that performs better and people above the age of 65. There's still a lot. We have to learn about the vaccines. In 2021, however, the vaccines have been authorized and in the 75,000 people who were part of the trial for them the visor and they're in a vaccine. The vaccine appears to be pretty safe. But in the background there is going to be all kinds of surveillance. Mechanisms in place to monitor people. The CDC has a really cool smartphone app called V safe, which people can volunteer to download on their smartphone after they get the vaccine so they could opt in to pull questions. Doctor. Do you see us having if I could talk tech with you for a sec? Do you see us as a country having like a. You may have heard about this. The vaccine. Passport type of thing where you can show people? Yes. Hey, look, I've I've had it. I've got the vaccine. I can see that specifically, was certain businessmen use, you know, like when I choose to go to a business if you recall costal. Initially they won the first cos to mandate having a mask. Consumer that made me feel better to want to go there and shop knowing that they mandated Damaso I could see that happen. I'm not an attorney, but I could see that happening. War private business of Hey, we want all of our people who come here to have a proof of vaccination. And that would make me feel safer is the consumer, for example, going to a concert or sporting event knowing that everybody there has been vaccinated Doctor Castaldo. It's been about a week now what? Six days Since the U. K started their inoculation process with the Pfizer vaccine. Any idea how it's going over there? We've heard about Some of the side effects and and those that have allergies. Yes, So for the most part in the UK has been going really well. The biggest thing that happened in the UK that was expected was there was a history of two people. Who had severe allergies. I don't know specifically what they were allergic to. But these were two individuals who carried it depends on them. And when they went and had their vaccination, they had a severe allergic reaction. Receive their epinephrine, and they did find that exact same mechanism is going to be in place here, too. So I'll give you example. Let's say somebody has a severe allergy to peanuts. The recommendation is that if somebody has a severe allergy and peanuts to the point where they carry an epi pen, they go and get the vaccination. There is nothing in the vaccine that has anything at all related to do to peanuts. It is an extra precaution. The person who has that allergy will let the vaccinators no. Hey, I have a history of severe allergy to peanuts. Had my epi pen here and then the recommendation is for those types of individuals. They need to be monitored for 30 minutes after they get the vaccine, and when people have an AFL axes Which is the most severe type of allergic reaction. Those always occur within 30 minutes. And of course, we have to be prepared to take care of the patients. What things like epinephrine, Dyson Hydra Mean and Benadryl, another supportive care doctor. Quick suggestions for those that are concerned. They know they have allergic reaction to shots. Just tell their medical professional who's about to Do the inoculation on them or what do you suggest? Well, what The official recommendation is that if you have a severe allergy to injections, you make sure that you're not allergic to any of them known ingredients. In the five year vaccine, and by the way, the five the vaccine has no preservatives in it, but you look at the ingredients. See if there's anything that you have a severe allergy to and then the recommendation is really depending on what it is. You have an allergy to if you have an allergy if you have a history of an awful axis Two other vaccines, which, by the way few people do, you should probably pause and wait and not receive the vaccine at this time until we have other vaccine candidates to come out later on the air, But if you have a history of allergy to peanuts, Or specific food dyes or even penicillin. You should go there with your EpiPen Tell that to provider received vaccination and be monitored accordingly and appropriately for 30 minutes. Alright, Doctor 20 seconds real quick. Fizer vaccine is here in central Ohio. Moderna is coming. It's important to note that these vaccines cannot be mixed to match right. That is actually correct. If you start out with fire, there's your first those you have to get five if you're second dose. 21 days later, plus or minus a couple days and also with murder. Now you get your.

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06:54 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"N. It is great to have you with us this morning. I am branded boxer 707 Fox News contributor list Peak is joining us in just a few seconds here. Things didn't need to know before you head out this morning will get to about 40 today that we technically 38 but It sounds better to say 40 could see some snow, though by the way by Wednesday, less than an inch other things you need to know. Central Ohio seen its first batches of the adviser Cobian vaccine today. Always use Webster Medical Center, spoke with Dr Castaldo earlier from while health he's expecting their doses by sometime tomorrow. The Electoral College is meeting today to cast their official votes for president of the United States. And that's where we bring in Fox News contributor. Liz picked this morning that she's with us graciously every Monday morning. On 16. W T. V and Good Morning, Liz. Good morning. Thanks for having me on. Well, thank you. The pleasure is all ours. Hey, Before I we go into your piece about black lives matters and that group not being too happy with Biden Right now. I want to get to the big day that we have today with the Electoral college. If we could rewind just a sec. What was it Friday? Friday night. Saturday, The U. S. Supreme Court threw out that Texas lawsuit contesting the 2020. Election results. My question to you, Liz. Is there anything left into the gas tank? At this point for the Trump campaign? You know, it seems no, I think the answer is no. I think they do have some legal challenges. They may continue to pursue those in the courts. But I think right along once the Electoral college has voted, and that happens today. As you noted on, it seems pretty unlikely that they're going to be any big defections from or so called faithless electors. I think most people that are apparently Withstand President Trump's encouragement to break with tradition and vote for someone other than who won the popular vote by state. I think probably the president's campaign is done and You know, I think it's time for him to acknowledge that I hope he does fairly soon. I would like to see him leave office, uh, you know, with with basically still a huge amount of the Republican Party. Proud of the work he's done out of his presidency, etcetera. I and I think really most of the party and most of the country is ready to move on. Fox News contributor Liz peaked with us this morning every Monday morning on NewsRadio, 16 W. T. V and Liz I in your crystal ball. If you have one does does trump have enough? A lot can happen in the next four years. We see him in 2024 again. I know that's a loaded question. I think we're going to see him every day of four years. He's not someone who shuns the limelight. That's for sure. You know what I participated in a forum the other night, And obviously this is a big question. Who is going to run for the Republicans and 24? I just can't imagine that the president wants to go through all this again. I mean, think about Hammering that his family has taken and that he has taken every single day for the last five years. It's really been five years of relentless attacks on everything from the way of Ivanka does business to the way Melanie addresses to their son. I mean, at some point I just can't imagine that the benefits outweigh frankly, the personal, uh, dismay and sort of sadness that I mean, I feel sorry for Trump. I think he did a very good job. Just think the relentless opposition of the establishment the intelligence community. Everybody opposed what he tried to do. And I think the big lesson from this Is just how deep the deep state is, but I mean, I'm not. This is not a conspiracy theory is just there are so many embedded layers of establishment bureaucracy, protecting their interests protecting longstanding agreements protecting things like How we do business with China and long time a guy who wants to disrupt all that, and they just can't have. They can't let it happen. And they didn't And it was really a breath of fresh air while he was here in office. No doubt about it. Fox News contributor Lives speak with US and 16 W TV and we'll is. Let's get to your piece That's on fox news dot com right now, and it's about Biden and I didn't realize this until I read your piece about The Black Lives Matters group, and they're not happy with Biden. No, I mean it. I wrote it. It's not a particularly of the moment piece except it's just so offensive because Democrats took full advantage. Of the passion and energy of the Black lives matter. Movement encouraged their turn out, even though some of it turned destructive and actually hurt the Democrats down the road. But let's face it. Joe Biden as black lives matter, has said would not have been elected. Without the big show of black grievance, if you will, which really colored the many months coming into the election and completely dominated The Democratic Convention. If you recall it was all about racism, the hardship felt by the black community, etcetera. So you know what What has happened is that the Black lives matter co founders Have written, wrote Joe Biden. Kamila Harris the day after the election, say, Okay, that worked Now we want a meeting and they have not heard back from them, which is pretty astonishing. Right? They basically been sidelined. So you and even I mean buying met with black community leaders and activists like a week. Maybe 10 days ago and be Ellen wasn't included. So imagine how they feel. Don't agree with black lives matter. I don't like their policies. But guess what? I think it's just incredibly cynical. But by the way, my the real point of the piece because it just it just infuriates me. The Democrats take black lives for granted. They do and none of their policies. Joe Biden is not gonna work to improve schooling in the inner cities he's talking about putting Randi Weingarten The hair, head of the American Federation of Teachers in his secretary of education. What could be more horrifying when the public school unions, the public that public schools and the teachers unions have opposed any reforms that might actually help? Are minority kids. I mean, there is nothing in the Democratic platform. That is good for black people. And I wish black voters, you know, came out more for Trump this time round. Let's hope they begin to question the sincerity of the Democrat Hold on black voters because it is not there. Well and I love what you said to you nailed it, By the way, Liz. Like all Americans in your piece, the black community needs jobs, higher wages, opportunity and security..

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"It's Brandon Boxers so glad you're with us this morning that brand new work week just a few things to know. Before you head out. We have a B C's Jim Ryan as standing by with us on the phone and how the pandemic has affected Nursing school applicants, So believe it or not, it's it's not a bad thing. Right now. A lot of people apparently have been inspired 38 Senate clouds Today We are expecting some snow, though less than an edge. It's not going to hurt us by Wednesday, first batches of the covert vaccine that central Ohio are already arriving to always who's Webster Medical Center. And Ohio health. We just talked to Dr Cristo although a little bit earlier. They are all set ready. The Electoral college is meeting today to cast the official votes for president of the United States at this point, and of course, the big story that my campaign will have shortly here in about seven minutes. Cleveland's baseball team. The Cleveland Indians planned to drop the name Indians after 105 years of using that name Right now it's 6 38. I'm branded boxer and we welcome maybe sees Jim Ryan to the show this morning, Jim during this pandemic, we've heard the stories about those long hours and sometimes thankless work of nurses and what they're battling on the front lines. But it's been good. As far as nursing school goes well, Yeah, absolutely. You would think that what's going on now? What kind of scared people off of the medical profession Because first of all the risk of catching something as horrible. It's covert 19. But also yeah, the long hours the location, the beginning and and really the thankless job. But you've also seen a lot of celebration of nurses and other medical professionals during this pandemic, Brandon and so you've seen a corresponding increase in the number of people who are interested in getting into the medical profession. 18% rise. In the number of applicants to medical schools. Of course, you know, thousands are applying for jobs that go in the dozens. That s so very few slots with a lot of people signing up similar school. Their numbers coming in from nursing schools, two people talking about their desire to get out there and help during the Corona virus pandemic and then beyond, Brandon. Jim Ryan from ABC is with us this morning. We're talking about nursing school applications soaring during this pandemic. I have nurses in my family, Jim, you might have maybe as well Do I have to say, though I never I can't imagine the work that they're going through the emotional toll. But on the flipside, there's also that compassionate component that that gratification and rewarding component Well, absolutely. I mean, you saw the images that went viral last week of a physician hugging, embracing one of his covert 19 patients who, by the way Elderly man did recover did get out of the hospital and now his home with his family again, But you see that compassion and I think that draws people into this profession. Those professions that That are there to help you saw the same kind of thing after 9 11 Brandon when the applications to the Fire Department, the Police Department in New York and around the country were soaring as work enlistments in the U. S military, so I think that people do respond to crises like that. All right. Well, this if anything else, this has been an inspiring year, and maybe it is for those in the medical profession. So Jim Ryan, thanks for your time this morning. Appreciate that. Jim Ryan ABC News 6 40. If you love music, you may have heard about this one over the weekend and icon in the world of country music. Really Trailblazer passed away due to complications from covert 19. He was 86. Charley Pride before music. I didn't realize this, but he was. He was a professional baseball player, served in a few of the minor league teams to had 52 top 10 hits. Already number one singles, including his biggest kiss an angel. Good morning, He once was asked about the legacy that he would like to leave behind this one. He said that I love what I do is saying And.

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WBAP 820AM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Work from home if possible, as the number of covert 19 cases in North Texas continues to rise. We want our employers to look at your work forces. We recognize that there are some jobs that are acceptable and party sites. There are people working for the company that could work from home. Other county leaders doubling down on safe practices, and his Texas passes a million cases of Cupid. 19. North Texas equips is quarter of a million. Here's my trainer. Dallas County surpassed 106,000 positive coronavirus tests Friday with an additional 767 Tarrant County nearly doubled that with over 1400 newly confirmed positives for a grand total of just under 80,000. Collin County lists over 21,000 cases while didn't County reported an additional 234 positives. For a keys total of more than 19,000. In all the Metroplex has over 226,000 cases of covered 19 since the pandemic began my trainer WBF P News International survey as Americans whether they'll be getting together for the holidays, Fox's Kristen Godwin explains. States and cities across the nation are tightening restrictions as the number of coronavirus cases in the U. S. Continued to rise. However, a survey of over 2000 people by the Ohio State University Webster Medical Center, Finding nearly 40% of Americans will attend a holiday gathering with more than 10 people, and a third will not ask guests to wear masks. While celebrations will look different this year, Reps for the survey are encouraging folks to follow health experts guidelines, calling it an opportune Ready to experiment.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I feel like Jason. We've been so lucky between Johns Hopkins and so many other medical communities, including our current gas, Dr Harrop. Harold pause. He's CEO. It wrecks your medical center Chancellor. Of health affairs at Ohio State University, joining us on the phone from Ohio Thes folks have really given us so much information and our audience really an understanding of what Cove in 19 is all about, and kind of where we go. One thing I do want to ask you, Dr. Pause is Politics. November half does potentially who ends up in the White House. Come November impact our ability To get ahead of this virus. We have, doctor? Yes, Carol. That's well. I think this clearly this is this is a public health issue, and it's really a matter of Doing all the things that we need to do with any epidemic or pandemic from a public health and a medical standpoint, and it's really about prevention. It's about diagnosis is we were just talking about briefly a few minutes ago. And it's about effective treatments and part of that is having the vaccines available to prevent the spread of this virus and to make sure that we can develop herd immunity. So that there there is not going to be additional waves of this coded 19 virus spreading through our communities. So can I just follow? Because I do feel like the virus, though, As you know, has become rather political. We certainly saw it early on in terms of getting access to equipment for there being, you know. Ah. Message for the entire country, and it's safe to say you know this better than we dio that it definitely has, you know, made it more difficult for us to get ahead of the virus because way were all kind of doing things differently. Yeah. So I could tell you that in Ohio, the governor of Ohio covered wine has taken ah, very strong leadership role in all aspects of dealing with this pandemic. Everything from being very clear about the need to wear a mask about programs around social distancing and ensuring that we can go out and do the things that we need to do in terms of testing and And then making sure we had things like re agents to run these PCR machines. I mentioned before all the way to coordinating among the hospitals to deal with patients should there be a surge and the's hospital facilities get stretched to their Limitations. So it is exceptionally about about having appropriate leadership in place and taking that view, a two very top all the way through to how we deliver care, our local communities. So Dr Pause before we let you go talk to us about reopening Ohio State specifically, but also the advice that you're giving even lower down in the educational system as we think about K through 12. Of course, well, we're spending a lot of time as you can imagine at Ohio State as we reopen the university, and we want to make sure that we're able to do that. And to do it safely. And that, of course, means that We want to test our students as they come back. We want to make sure that we did identify classes. So these large lecture classes at all, but I know from when we were in college. Are not going to work right now. So that we do over distance learning, but smaller classes where we can have appropriate distancing. Keep our students 6 ft apart. Make sure they're wearing masks. Make sure fact here wearing masks. Particularly in areas like the medical school where they have to be physically present. Or even in areas like theater arts. Where or a dance where they have to be in a class. You can't do that over your TV monitor. We want to make sure that we could continue to do these things but do them safely. And of course, this has had an impact on some programs like athletics and result in some very difficult decisions that needed to be made. To keep our students and our staff and our faculty state But we are all doing this with the notion that we're going to get through this thing. And, you know, I'd like to tell you the precise day In the next year when this will be done, but it will be gone and we'll be on the other side of it, and then we're going to get back to all the things that we used to do at the university to their fullest extent. But in the meantime, Without shutting down entirely and that we want to avoid at all costs is to have to shut down entirely. We want to do as much as we possibly plan that we can do safely, right. All right, well, we've run out of time. We'd love to have heavy back soon because you are really at the nexus of so many things that we're interested in. When it comes to fighting this virus, the future of education and as you alluded to Buckeye football, the goodness gracious, No big 10 football takes any case. We will get through this that we really appreciate Dr. Harold pause. He is the Webster Medical Center CEO and chancellor of Health affairs at the Ohio When he comes out, just jotting a million notes. Just totally kind of see what's what we're doing. What you know is still to come, all right. Right now. We need to get a check on world. The NASA news headlines over Nancy Lines.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"10% sounds weak. Yeah, but it's better than the prior forecast. Wells Fargo has begun its long awaited job cuts. The bank is expecting to reduce the size of its workforce through a combination of attrition, the elimination of open rolls and job displacements. Tens of thousands of positions may ultimately be eliminated. Wells Fargo showing weakness today by something around 4/10 of 1%. Apple powering the information tech group hire shares were up more than 3%. You know the record date for that? Four for one stock split is Monday and Tesla's Now, with the market cap greater than WalMart shares are up nearly a little more than 4%. Right now. Tesla will begin trading on that five for one split adjusted basis. Beginning next week. That would be August 31st. I'm Doug. Prisoner. That's your Bloomberg business Flush. All right, Doug. Thank you so much. You are listening to Bloomberg. BusinessWeek, Jason Kelly. And Carol Master, and we're going to talk about the convention Democratic National Convention happened this week and look ahead to next week's Republican National Convention. But, you know clearly if you watch it all you saw That we're still in the midst of a massive medical and health care crisis in this country. It is worth remembering, even amid more positive economic news, and certainly a market that's very enthusiastic. So let's check in on the virus get the latest, especially from outside our little bubble here. In the tri state area. Dr. Harold pauses with us the CEO of Wexner Medical Center, Chancellor of Health affairs at Ohio State University. He joins us from the Buckeye State s O Dr Pause. Really nice to have you Back with us. So help us understand where we are. What's it like? On the ground where you are? Thank you very much. Jason Bly B back. So you know in Ohio were seeing a leveling off in the Columbus area of the number of patients that are being hospitalized. We were At our peak in mid April, and we've seen those numbers. Uh, slowly, come down. We still have Cove. It's positive patients in the hospital, and we're certainly Seeing them in in the clinical sites, But the good news is we're nowhere near our peak, and that's important. And is it also about Not only about numbers coming down, certainly in states like yours and other places. We've certainly seen it come down dramatically. Doctor pause in New York. But is it also about compared to where we were? Maybe even just a month ago. We're we've started to really figure out ways to treat patients who come down with Corona virus so that They may get sick, but we can keep them alive. Yeah, And that's another important point among the patients that are hospitalized. We're seeing fewer patients in the intensive care unit setting on ventilators, and that's really important and There are a number of things that have been have been used over the past several months. We've learned a lot rendez severe, which is the anti viral drugs that we give intravenously. Has been added. We're using a steroid drug called next semester zone prone posturing so that patients are put on their abdomens is supposed to on their backs and given high flow oxygen so they don't have to go on mechanical ventilation. And there have been efforts to use convalescent plasma as well that I know there continues to be research looking at how effective that is. But all these different approaches as they come together mean that were coming up with more and more effective ways to help patients that become critically ill with the virus. And, of course, all the things that we're doing on the ground to prevent the spread, and that's incredibly important. Getting everybody to wear a mask. To socially distant and to wash their hands frequently as they can not touching their eyes, Ears, nose or mouth Want to stop the spread? That's the first step is blocking the spread, which gets the overall numbers down. So Dr Paz talk to spell rapid testing because I feel like that is something that's really come to the fore this week. There's a lot of I think, enthusiasm and optimism around that that even came up last night in former Vice President Joe Biden speech around what he would do if he were elected. Where are we? How effective What should we be thinking about when it comes to rapid testing? Yeah, So there's a lot of progress being made in testing and we're looking for the results Show how effective these new forms of testing are. Let me just give you a little bit of background on this. So what we're using up until now primarily Is what's called viral aren't a detection. So the genetic code and the virus is different than in people and people of DNA In this particular virus, it's already And what we're looking for is the signature are a day for this virus that causes Cove is 19. And you do that on a machine called a P. C. R Machine collaborates chain Reaction machine. That's the gold standard. We set it off at the Ohio State Webster Medical Center 10 machines and we could do up to 4500 tests today, but it takes time it takes it takes more than 15 minutes. But then again, it is highly sensitive for the virus and highly specific. We estimate that our test at Ohio State, Wester has over 99% sensitivity race to find the virus. So Great, but you know it results on average, take 48 hours or so to get back to the patient, and we've all heard these stories of patients going into some places. And it takes seven days. Right, So that's a challenge. So newer your types of testing depend on something else, which is called viral image and detection. So instead of looking for The DNA that that the virus codes for its looking for an Anna Jin on the surface of the virus. And this these tests can yield results within 30 minutes and without specialized instruments. Um and they're effective and they're effective. Just got about 20 seconds. Then we'll continue. Yeah, so they they are because they are not sophisticated machines. They're not as sensitive at least up until now. But the tests are getting better. And there's always the possibility is well right now they can detect.

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"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"The list of inmates are set for release from prison due to the pandemic stipulations on that are coming up at the top of the hour forty seven Scott thanks right now it's six fifty here's traffic and weather Johnny hill got an accident scene if you're coming into downtown from the east side seventy west right at the exit for seventy one north of three cars reportedly off to the right hand side the police are on scene with it now just be careful of Baxley traffic sponsored by Webster Medical Center the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center extends its gratitude to first responders healthcare workers and researchers who are helping keep Columbus safe and a thank you to community members were doing their part by staying home traffic and weather together power by temp star and starters heating and cooling I'm John Hill on newsradio six ten W. T. A. B. C. six first warning weather looks like afternoon Sunday a high of seventy but little scattered shower and storm activity again overnight forty six and a much cooler day tomorrow's gonna be breezy the highly fifty ones forecast powered by the basement Dr fifty six right now mark please our show today at three get ready for more good news we'll have some of that for you it's really keep up the social distancing limit going up we're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel let's get together starting at three we're gonna get through this together newsradio six ten WTVN right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Serra and Debbie Reynolds the Reynolds team with Keller Williams realty just one five minute call with the rental team will empower you to learn and get options on what will work best for your situation the Reynolds team have a proven and trusted track record spanning thirty years yes the Wall Street journal named cerra and Debbie one of the top real estate teams in the country yes they get their sellers top dollar and yes the rental team will guarantee to sell your home at list price or they'll pay the difference don't risk losing your home's equity get your questions answered by real estate experts the Reynolds team at eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven and online at Debbie has the buyers dot com attention drivers who planned across the bay bridge all westbound lanes are now open the right lane has re opened one year ahead of schedule the Maryland Transportation Authority would like to thank our motorists communities and local and state elected officials for their cooperation and patience throughout this entire project off peak work remains with minimal traffic impacts stay alert for steel plates that will be placed.

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"webster medical center" Discussed on WTVN

"Say work has been ongoing since March fourteenth the test right now being exclusively administered by Webster Medical Center and tested either there or at a new hotel facility being built in west Jefferson doctors that awaits you call this extremely important not only in fighting the pandemic for learning more about the thesis patients will still need a doctor's order to get a test of first capacity is about two hundred tests today but in a couple weeks Patel expects to be able to process up to a thousand tests today Franklin County sheriff tells Paul Ince's deputies will be working harder to enforce C. governors to stay at home order I personally received more calls about businesses and golf courses in places like that you have been and I can say is this a business the the signal in the governor's order this is zero tolerance policies worry we will do all we can to make sure that they abide by the order that's fallen with six ten WTVN smart blazer he adds when it comes to large groups deputies are using the opportunity to educate them on the order and work with them before issuing a citation the White House coronavirus task force estimates the infection could kill more than two thousand people a day by mid April that's when the disease is predicted to hit the U. S. the hardest a new projection as to mates around eighty two thousand people could die from corona virus by August if current social distancing guidelines continue through may U. S. army corps of engineers just completed a nearly three thousand bed medical facility at the Javits center in Manhattan but the core won't stop there his lieutenant general Todd someone might regret eight contracts under gear right now people in centers constructing facilities probably about eighty five hundred beds and then by the end of the day we should have another five contracts awarded was somewhere around another four thousand at the core is looking at over three hundred forty sites all together as part of its long term planning and there's an effort underway in Britain to teach dogs to sniff out covert nineteen specialist sniffer dogs can already smell of diseases like cancer and Parkinson's but the BBC reports the charity medical detection dogs is going to work with during university and others on trial test to see if dogs can smell corona virus the charity group also said that each disease has its own unique odor and dogs may be trained to sniff out corona virus within six weeks till NATO fox news radio six ten WTVN sports college athletes in spring sports granted another year of eligibility by the NCW season due to a coronavirus they.

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