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"wellington chan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"wellington chan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What they've been doing in the last thirty days professor Giacomo aggressively from the university of Milan Italian prime minister Decepticon today urged all Italians to stay at home and only move for what a cool in an emergency announcing protection zone for the entire country many Italian tweeters are accepting the lockdown with grim good she my using the trending hashtag STM akasa meaning was staying at home one of those staying at home is a leading up on I will not close up she's an office director and has two daughters and she's currently staying with her mother in law in the northern city of Turin I also to what had changed about her daily routine well I guess everybody sleeps one hour more on average unless you are the owner of the bar or shop because there's really no point being up at around at seven or home schooling is moved to nine AM to eight PM I mean I get up early and I walk my dog very early with the city's empty then I maybe have a coffee at the bar we are all trying to keep spending a little bit in the neighborhoods to keep businesses open and in bars you can stay at the counter you have to sit at the tables and there's a we was one empty tables before another table how does that compare with what you would usually do I mean for example you have to wait outside the bar until there's a table free yes and when you're waiting outside people are starting to get the feeling that you wait that one meter and a half at least from the next person sometimes you're waiting a meter and a half from the bard someone comes and walks in front of you and enters and you're kind of yes we look like crazy people standing in the road but we're actually queuing far away from each other and people go oh sorry I haven't figured it out because it doesn't look like a Q. and so they kind of take their place in the queue how does that compare to normal bicycles in easily I don't know everybody's at the counter shouting their orders as fast as the canned drinking the coffee said walking off so then off to yul solid tree walk with the dog through presumably a fairly deserted town hopefully this is the tenth at is that nice yes it's nice it's a bit weird and you feel more relaxed in those hours and then you start being conscious of other people walking if you feel someone coughing you kind of you know cross the road I mean it feels weird but they tell you it's better to keep distance season you try to be safe and you know you go shopping and wash your hands before after try to wear gloves when you touch the handle of the leaf the or at the door knob of the beating where maybe ten families leave and it someday we are to be conscious of your hands in the strange way and do you feel frightened or do you feel self conscious you feel self conscious and you feel frightened for the older people around you on the other hand it's too that also leaving older people alone without seeing anyone for nearly four weeks because you have to protect them can people over seventy five release date locked in for four weeks without seeing another human being he's living in you in the house with you at the moment we are at my mothers in law also it's me my husband and the two girls in the talk and is there room for all of you well the way I take kids for a locational walks you know one user doing her life teaching in one room when I go with the other one around the block and then when the other one comes back to take the other one out so everybody has their little half hours of air and especially all of you know D. connecting to being caged in altogether is your husband working from home keys to this to the working from home the children studying at home and your mother in law yes I told them that this afternoon we're doing team in the park because it's not that you're not allowed out of the house in theory you're allowed Steele to go around the block go outdoors and keep mentally stable so you know if I know my husband is having a super meeting I say okay with the kids we go forty five minutes out with the dogs and shelter and then we come back in maybe I work and he takes them in the other room to watch TV Hey talents have a reputation for not taking rules and regulations super seriously but now do you get the sense the photo talents all all really taking this seriously and appointed by the measures I think at the moment yes people are scared and I think this is why they shut down the whole country because if it was only zones the idea was everybody would move to the free your zone to keep their lifestyle unchanged why did you that all the countries on shut down the same means everybody has to make their effort and I think at the moment people are a bit scared because everybody knows someone who works in hospitals are public health and use from there a bit scary in the sense the hospitals are so full of these horrible noble knows that they start not having place for someone who has a bad car accident or someone who has a stroke and once the health system collapse then it's for everybody a problem even the ones were not serious I was a Lara bona cosa staying with her mother in law her husband had two children and a large dog in touring you're listening to the BBC news hour on WNYC in New York stay tuned later this morning on the Brian Lehrer show Wellington chan the executive director of the Chinatown partnership local development corporation we'll talk about the impacts of the corona virus on Manhattan's Chinatown plus what's at stake in today's presidential primaries that's coming up this morning starting at ten o'clock.

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"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:09 min | 8 months ago

"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"We've got cloudy skies and forty one degrees in the city right now heading to a high of forty six tonight it will be cloudy with a shower around late and low forty one in the city and then a mild temperatures continue tomorrow cloudy with occasional rain and a high of forty eight degrees W. C. B. S. news time two oh three it was a wild overnight for police in the Bronx police say they believe the same man who walked into a Bronx precinct this morning and shot a police lieutenant the arm also ambushed officer sitting in a marked police van last evening and shot one of them EE CBS is Mike Sugerman reports from Lincoln hospital in the Bronx with the officer shot last night has now been released they are being called assassination attempts members of the New York City police department have been targeted specifically and shop police commissioner Dermot shape says one man is responsible for two shootings first Saturday night this is Mike walked up to a mark police van with the gun and fired an officer was hit in the neck and chan than twelve hours later police say the same man who had been paroled for a twenty to attempted murder conviction walked into the nearby forty first precinct and opened fire hitting a lieutenant on the arm cops at the station house took him down bare build a blasier's says recent anti police protests in the city are partly to blame you can protest for whatever you believe in but you cannot Vialli attack of those who are here to protect us it creates this kind of dynamic both officers are expected to make full recoveries in the Bronx Mike Sugerman WCBS newsradio eight eighty five years after the deadly metro north train crash in Valhalla there is concern New York state is nearly two years late in supplying lawmakers with the safety study of rail grade crossings EE CBS's mac Rosenberg reports the study was due April first twenty seventeen and was ordered in the wake of the deadliest metro north crash in history in twenty fifteen in Valhalla when six people were killed right now it's up to being a reactive when there's an accident when there's a tragic situation okay local community has to come together and scream and yell and try to decide on their own what improvements debate what we need New York state working together with all of our localities to meet the needs of making our community say Rockland Westchester state senator David Carlucci says without guidance from the state everyone is flying blind unfortunately we've already lost lines in between the her correctly crashing five years ago and now but we can't wait for worst disaster to happen the D. O. T. told me in twenty eighteen the study would be released soon still hasn't happened mac Rosenberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty in less than two it's the corona virus outbreak has killed eight hundred thirteen people that exceeds the number killed by the sars outbreak of two thousand to two thousand three the vast majority of the thirty seven thousand cases are in China where the outbreak originated but here in our area of the royal Caribbean ship anthem of the seas held since Friday in bay on four coronavirus testing has now postponed his scheduled departure until tomorrow to get confirmed results from the CDC New Jersey governor Phil Murphy in a statement said four people on board have tested negative for corona virus three of them had the flu even though there are no corona virus cases in New York City businesses in China town are being affected EE CBS's Christy caliche and reports Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect that more consumers will walk through the doors like nothing is happening because really nothing is happening in Chinatown critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time two oh seven traffic and weather together is next we're here with attorney mark minor of the personal injury law firm of Zalman Sherman and minor mark what should somebody do if they're involved in a motor vehicle accident well when the U. R. driver passenger or pedestrian you should make sure the police are called and wait for them to respond that way you have independent proof of what happened and who was involved now what if a person is injured in a more or vehicle accident it is important to seek medical treatment as soon as possible also new York's no fault insurance law requires that an application for no fault benefits be timely filed so should someone who's injured in a motor vehicle.

"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:51 min | 8 months ago

"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Supposed to be a busy time of year in New York city's Asian communities Chinatowns lunar new year parade is coming up at one o'clock this afternoon but fears about corona virus or getting in the way EE CBS reporter Kristi collision has the story from Chinatown Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect that more consumers will walk through the doors like nothing is happening because reading nothing is happening in Chinatown critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty

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Chinatown Seeing Business Plunge Due to Fears Surrounding Coronavirus

Face the Nation from CBS News

01:06 min | 8 months ago

Chinatown Seeing Business Plunge Due to Fears Surrounding Coronavirus

"Supposed to be a busy time of year in New York city's Asian communities Chinatowns lunar new year parade is coming up at one o'clock this afternoon but fears about corona virus or getting in the way EE CBS reporter Kristi collision has the story from Chinatown Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect that more consumers will walk through the doors like nothing is happening because reading nothing is happening in Chinatown critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty

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"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"And on duty cop is recovering after being shot your east one hundred sixty third street amaretto Avenue in the long with section of the Bronx at about eight thirty last night the officer and his partner were sitting in a marked police van when he was approached by a man who asked for directions before pulling out a gun the officer saw the gun and tried to drive away but the suspect fired several shots of the van hitting the officer in the chin and neck and narrowly missing his carotid artery he's expected to survive it is being held for observation at Lincoln hospital Blasio called the shooting an assassination attempt on police officers are officer and his partner on the most adverse possible situation did everything right and thank god both of them are safe but I want new Yorkers to be clear this was an attempt to assassinate police officers out in the open individual walked up to a police van with the intention of killing police officers is absolutely unacceptable in this city or any place in this country anywhere in this world the officers were assigned to the area after an up tick in shootings neither cop returned fire there been no arrests the suspect is described as a male twenty to thirty years old with a black jacket the lunar new year is usually one of the busiest times in Chinatown but coronavirus scares are affecting business especially small business Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect.

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"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"wellington chan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Corona virus even though there are no confirmed cases of the virus in New York City it's important people familiarize themselves with the symptoms and know where to turn for help Lee CBS's mac Rosenberg has more there's a strong medical community in flushing and assembly men around Kim wants people to know that so we have an a wealth of knowledge and people who are eager to step up and not only help the community but also advise on policies and future preventive measures he's helped to create the Asian American health Advisory Council which will meet monthly to come up with ways to keep people informed Kim says part of the problem is that the Chinese government ignored the first warning signs of coronavirus we don't want to replicate economists Nerio we want to with an example of collaborating and listening to the people on the ground and that's the overall objective of this Advisory Council the other goal he says is to stop the misinformation and racist undertones at the virus is brought to the Asian community macros Enberg WCBS newsradio eight eighty corona virus scares are affecting business in Chinatown during what's supposed to be one of the busiest times of the year Chinese New Year doubly CBS's Christy cliche and has more on what local officials are doing to promote the small businesses Shanghai deluxe has a steady flow of customers coming in but it's not nearly as busy as it normally is around Chinese New Year you have everyone who support of a small businesses from the local level all the way to the federal level sending the same message New York is open for business city small business commissioner Greg bishop is having dinner with China town did director Wellington chan and congresswoman Nydia Velazquez as a reminder that new Yorkers and visitors alike need not worry about the corona virus which originated in China there are so far no cases of the virus reported in New York in fact the flu is what officials are urging new Yorkers to worry about congresswoman Nydia Velasquez says hopefully in a week business will be back in Chinatown I expect.

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