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"wolinski" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Those lost. I'm Lisa La Serra, Fox News President Biden and the first lady have arrived in New York City. They will take part in ceremonies marking 20 years since the 9 11 attacks at the National September 11th Memorial and Lower Manhattan in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. And at the Pentagon tomorrow. This evening, he delivered a recorded message marking the somber occasion. What makes us who we are? America is best. To me. That's the central lesson of September, 11th and the president said. No matter how much time has passed, the day brings everything painfully back, and he said he and the first lady hold the victim's families close in his heart. Former President Bush and former Pennsylvania governor Tom Ridge will also take part in the ceremony in Shanksville. U. S bound flights were Afghan refugees have been grounded from two overseas bases. Four cases of measles put a pause on US bound flights for Afghan evacuees, White House press secretary Jen Psaki says. These individuals are being quarantined in accordance with public health guidelines and the CDC has begun full contact tracing, Psaki added. All arriving Afghans are required to be vaccinated for measles. US Customs and border protection made the decision on advice from the CDC to halt flights from U. S bases in Germany and Qatar. Those countries are serving a short term transit sites for evacuees from Afghanistan on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News, CDC director, Michelle Wolinski says schools need to follow the guidance to keep kids safe includes universal masking if students, teachers, staff and visitors to schools regardless of vaccination status, and she says schools should also provide proper ventilation. The FDA is head of vaccines. Dr Peter Mark, says the agency will quickly evaluate Covid vaccines for younger Children, He tells the associate At a press. He's very, very hopeful vaccinations for 5 to 11 year olds. Will be underway by year's end. America's listening.
"wolinski" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ida. That's health and science data reporter Jacqueline Jeffrey Wolinski. Thanks so much, Jacqueline. Thank you. It's time for our documentary of the week with Tom Powers and Raphael and the housing there, the co founders of the dock in My C festival and the pure nonfiction podcast. Tom has this week's pick. The book Breakfast at Tiffany's about not opportunistic ingenue made its author Truman Capote Household name He became a fixture on TV talk shows known for his cutting whip Here he is explaining to Johnny Carson. Why lack of intelligence makes a great actor. For instance, Marlon Brando. Is an absolutely marvelous actor, but he's so dumb. It makes you skin crawl. And the documentary The Capote Tapes. Filmmaker IBS Bernau examines Capote through the words of his friends and admirers. The Irish novelist Colum Soybean, describes Capote's monumental book of reporting in cold blood, where he profiled the killer on Death Row. It's possible to say that he went into the story with his own cold blood. He was using his charm to get close to all these people. But he was also emotionally involved. Be very, very careful how we read this story he was needed to the film dwells heavily on Capote's unfinished final book called Answered Prayers. The book threatened to embarrass New York society figures who thought they were his friends. Capote's longtime assistant, Kate Harrington, discusses the mystery of whether he ever finished it. I don't know what happened to the manuscript, but I do believe that he had one He would tell me. That it was just wonderful and wicked and people were going to be so surprised..
"wolinski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With the Taliban's de facto leader, The Washington Post reports. That's according to US officials familiar with the matter. It is the highest level face to face encounter between the Biden administration and the Taliban since the militants seize control of Kabul. The Food and Drug Administration granting full approval to the Pfizer Covid vaccine will almost certainly mean mandates for the military schools and businesses. The approval is for people 16 and over. Health experts hope the approval will move some vaccine reluctant people to roll up their sleeves. CDC director Dr Rachelle Wolinski My preference is always to have people want to get the vaccine themselves and to roll up their sleeves because they know that this is the best thing for them is that will keep them safe and protected from Covid 19. But in the absence of that, I am looking forward to these mandates. CDC director Michel Wolinski spoke to ABC House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to thread the needle for infrastructure passage, Bloomberg said Baxter reports this time Pelosi is getting pushback from within her own caucus. Pelosi is trying to avoid a showdown with moderate Democrats who threatened to derail infrastructure paired with budget reconciliation. Now the total of the Biden back plan is $4.1 Trillion, and White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the president approves of the Pelosi tax. This is a debate currently healthy, won an important on within the Democratic caucus on what different parts of the president's core agenda. Should be passed. In. What order. Also in the mix for Pelosi is the voting rights bill in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter Bloomberg Radio. New York's new governor, Kathy Local, will hold a ceremonial swearing in event this morning in Albany, hours after she officially became governor of New York. She succeeds former Governor Andrew Cuomo, who resigned after an attorney general's office report accused him of sexual harassment. The House could soon request phone and social media records of its own members to investigate what involvement they had in the January 6th attack on the capital. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news. 24 hours a day.
CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School
"Coronavirus cases to tell you about here in Georgia, 4000 reported Friday alone. That's the biggest jump in cases since January. The C D. C with the coronavirus warning as students head back to school here Still, BSP Cheryl Castro, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says following CDC guidelines is the best way to keep kids safe in schools. We do so by getting as many people around them who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated. And to keep our schools masked right now. Wolinski and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall on this first week of school, 185 covid cases reported in the Cobb County school system, which returned Monday, 166 cases in Gwinnett schools, which reopened Wednesday Sports Baseball
"wolinski" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I'm Robert Wolinski Live in the WSB 24 hour news center with our top stories this half hour. First court appearance for the accused Cobb County triple murderer, the 23 year old Brian wrote in the suspect facing eight felonies as a funeral plans for golf pro Jean Sylar on Monday in Dunwoody, Channel two action News reporter Kristen Holloway outside the jail rodent is accused of driving the stolen pickup truck onto the golf course where he shot and killed beloved golf pro Jean Sylar. When police arrived, they found two more gunshot victims 46 year old Rebelled is in 76 year old Paul Pearson. Both men found bound and gagged in the bed of the truck. There was something else going on here. The judge did not reveal any details about a possible motive or why the suspect drove to the country Club after the hearing. We try to get those answers from high powered criminal defense attorney Bruce Harvey, who is now preparing for a bond hearing later this month. The CDC says teachers and students who have gotten the coronavirus shot do not have to wear masks when still school starts up again. WSB Sabrina Cupid. The CDC here in Atlanta says vaccinated students do not have to wear a mask in school this fall. They do want students who ride the school bus to continue to mask up. The CDC recommends unvaccinated students and staff continue wearing mask at all times and continue social distance at the condo collapsing and Surfside, Florida the remains now of 79 people recovered. 61 people still missing and a black cat who lived on the ninth floor found alive, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, telling reporters. We.
Unvaccinated Parts of Country Are Driving the Pandemic Now
"New data from the CDC shows that covid cases and hospitalizations are rising as NPR's Ping Wang reports is driven by outbreaks in places where few people are vaccinated. It's a hard learned truth from the pandemic. When cases and hospitalizations increase deaths will follow. Michelle Wolinski, head of the CDC says This is especially true in parts of the country with low vaccination rates. Preliminary data over the past few months show a stark divide between those who have gotten shots and those who have not. 99.5% of deaths from Covid 19 in the United States were in unvaccinated people. Those deaths were preventable with a simple, safe shocked. Wolinski says that places with low vaccination rates are facing increased risks from the delta variant. Which now accounts for 80% of new infections in some areas, she says, lacks mitigation policies are not
Health Officials Warn About Delta Variant as COVID-19 Cases Surge
"States is facing a jarring turn in its year and a half battle against the coronavirus. New cases and hospitalizations are rising again. More contagious. Delta variant is a big factor. So are the outbreaks in places where few people are vaccinated against Covid 19. NPR's Ping Wang has details. It's a hard learned truth from the pandemic when cases and hospitalizations increase deaths will follow. Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC says This is especially true in parts of the country with low vaccination rates. Preliminary data over the past few months show a stark divide between those who have gotten shots and those who have not 99.5% of deaths from Covid 19 in the United States were in unvaccinated people. Those deaths were preventable with a simple, safe shocked. Wolinski says that places with low vaccination rates are facing increased risks from the Delta variant, which now accounts for 80% of new infections in some areas. She says, lacks mitigation policies are not helping.
"wolinski" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In l, A teeny tiny lady being brought in and oh, look, Look who's holding on to her. Oh, oh boy, Matthew McConaughey. Happy Birthday. America. Yeah, Let's admit that this last year's trip around the sun was also another head scratcher. But let's also remember that We're babies. Okay, now it's profound, but I dive in. Why am I circle wet Going in again, John. Hey, double plunges just for you, Jack Stein. Here we go. Tom is okay, everybody. His computer is just a little at a source. Washington kids are behind in the routine vaccinations at risk of missing the start of schools. So this piece in the Seattle Times looks at the fact that So many parents were afraid to take their kids in to get them normal. Pediatric sort of, you know, updates and take them in to get the vaccines were supposed to get the vaccine because you would call the doctor's office and they would say if it's not an emergency, or if it is emergency go to the hospital, But a lot of them weren't seeing patients was harder to get in there. So a lot of parents Parents just said I'm going to just keep the kid at home. Not go in, not get the vaccine, not see the doctor and they put off a lot of the sort of basic steps that you take when you are a parent. I'm sure you have absolutely no experience in this regard. Right, Jack sign. I've got pets that needed to get, you know, booster shots and things like that I've got and you know, like my Pomeranian is basically like having a small child is nonverbal child that, uh, sleeps at my feet every night. How is Tom's computer doing back there? When they did the analysis to find out how parents some of them are way behind. And Seattle parents actually have kept up with the vaccine that you're supposed to get. But of course, if you go out to elect San Juan Islands, and you go out there to bash on where you have a lot of anti-vaxxers those parents do do not want their kids to be vaccinated. The four or five that you're supposed to get the M R. Whatever they're called. Um, rubella, mumps, rubella, and, uh, the other one that's in there, and also the other vaccines are supposed to get for your dog or for your kids at about 10 or 11 years old. They put those off. You have to have been. If you want your kid to go back to school, you're going to have to be able to show that they're all up to date on their shots. So anyway, Good news is Seattle parents are there and the other good news. Jack Stein, is that the National Education Association the any A. Those are the folks that run the CDC. These are the people that run the government. They are the That's not true. That's not true. Come on. Now. They didn't help Right. The CDC's uh um Declaration is to win. Parents and kids in school should reopen again. You don't think Wait. No. You know what they involved in that they You know what they did? They totally did all that. You know what? I just remember. They also did that thing with Rachelle Wolinski where they told her Hey, You know, if you go out, you can have your own personal opinion. But you can't tell us what to do. Even though you're the head of the C D. C were the teachers unions and we make our own rules. Thank you very much. Dr Wolinski side note on this one out of five Americans have little or no faith in the C D. C now, but that aside, the National Education Association has rejected the proposal that was put before them. That they were going to require vaccines for all staff and students before returning to school in the fall. They knew that parents would be so upset. Plus, they also knew as more parents would pull their kids out of school out of public school. That's one kid out. That's less funding for public schools. As I have been saying to Tom, Tom and I go around and around. We are like two dogs that don't like Each other when it comes to public school, and I always say that the best thing is going to come out of this pandemic and this government lockdown is parents and parent choice. I think they're right now. There are seven states that I can count that have put into play legislation that would take some funds and give it to parents so that they can either Find a new school or be able to have money for tutors or something else, too slowly. There's a there's a there's a break in the wall that is between public schools and the funding of public schools and parents having choice. Yeah, I mean, But John, there's the problem with the kind of libertarian approach to the public school system is that how do you fund it now? If I was pie in the sky, I I would say that it would be charities and I would say would be scholarships and things of that nature. And what is what How many kids are we dealing with in the United States? Something like 50 million kids under the age of 18 not I just don't see the amount of facilities that can be set up for those kids. With scholarship programs with tutoring programs to get them away from the public school system. And moreover, if you do try to do what you're talking about, John, you're going to be leaching funds. Far from the public school system, resulting in those kids getting it worse education over time. And then, Uh then you're just gonna have a two tiered society where you have a bunch of kids like yourself, John Curley, who went to private school who has you know all the the benefits of that? Meanwhile, you have people like me who went to private school with with Clint Eastwood, son and the You know the the Children of the I think the guy owned R c a records. So why we went to school with those poor people and you're going to make a two tiered society. Do you see what I'm saying? John? Yes. But I have to tell you that even though you were educated, sitting next to the son of claims to what? Whoever was Um, let's take the state of Arizona, The state of Arizona collect all the money and then gives it back to the parents and says, I forget the number 7000 or whatever it is. Let's say 7500. Here's 7500 to go shopping. It's your money. You send it to us. Now we're going to send it to you. And you now have $7500 shop. Go wherever you want. Send your kids to that school down the street or the school down 10 Miles away, or the private school or the parochial school. We're not going to tell you where you have to send your kid just because you live in that zip code. Talk about enslavement and government control and socialism. Just look at public schools. Oh, you live in that zip code. You have to go to that school and that has to be your teacher. And you must sit in those classrooms and the parents have little or no control because of where they are. So if you're rich enough, like the people do that we did when we were in queen and we said, Well, the school.
"wolinski" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This? The Covid vaccine is not yet FDA approved. It has the emergency approval, but it's not yet FDA approved. The FDA is going through data that has been sent by both Moderna incisor, Um, looking to answer exactly that question. Is there now enough experience? Dealing with both ethic kids here, the vaccine and the safety of the vaccines. It would be okay to give permanent Okay, get beyond the emergency youth so that that is being done right now by the FDA staff once they have a recommendation will hear about it. I'm certainly hoping it's going to be Cerner sooner rather than later. It'll be nice before added this summer if the status of the vaccines change This is an interesting case. 847 my dad 76 fully vaccinated in February. He just went into the hospital yesterday, testing positive for covid with severe symptoms. They didn't antibody test and he has no Antibodies to covid your thoughts? Does that seem strange to you? No. I mean there unfortunately, will be a small percentage of people who will be in that situation. We don't know anything about this 76 year old man whose underlying Medical condition when with he vaccinated, Um we don't know that. But certainly older people can have immune response to the Vaccine that is not as robust is in younger people. The good news is that is the minority of older people who have received the vaccine. The vast majority have done very, very well with the vaccine in Anna. We see that obviously in the hospitalization rates in the mortality rate, the fact that we're not having older people died. From Covid shows that the vaccines are working and working in the vast majority of time, So I certainly said my dad for this man, I hope No, I'm sure he's getting great care in the hospital that he's in, and he should have a full recovery. Yeah, we hope so. You do and I understand why you'd be puzzled by that. But that's helpful. And I hope your dad's okay. Thanks for asking us about that and again, our hearts are with them. That that he is one of those people survive because I'm looking here at the or is okay because I'm looking here. 99% of the people who died from Covid 19 in June were not vaccinated, so the numbers still heavily support Folks who have decided to go ahead and get the vaccine. Yeah. I mean, that's the message that really has to get out there. I know Backer. Fauci was talking about that on Sunday. Doctor Wolinski from CDC is talking about it all the time. People who get vaccinated. Don't die. Some covid mean it's obviously on 99%. You should still say there's one. It's like less than 1% of the people who died in the month of May in the month of June. Um, had been vaccinated. But think about that How smaller number that is compared to the unvaccinated. The vaccines work, But nothing is perfect in the message Here is when we do hear about a vaccinated person who gets hospitalized through the rare rare Vaccinated person who dies due to a covid infection in no way should we get this expanded about that we're going to see that No vaccine in history is ever 100% effective. But Our current vaccines in the United States against Covid are as effective is any vaccines that we've ever seen, they work in their safe. Important stuff to keep in mind. Dr. Copan. Thank you for calling in. We always always like hearing your perspective and especially on something as important as this. Okay, Everybody, take good care. I'll talk to you soon. Dr. Copan is the chief medical officer, Northwestern medicine like Forest Hospital Coming up. Pat O'Brien formerly worked in the Cook County state's attorney's office. Former judge as well he'll weigh in on who's right. Kim Foxx or the superintendent of police, the county prosecutor or this police superintendent. When it comes to what's happening right now, are people convicted of the most violent or excuse me charged with the most violent crimes are they facing consequences? You heard differing opinions from both of them. Now we'll hear from pedal.
"wolinski" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It is a very special Jimmy Buffett Friday because it's the Jimmy Buffett Friday going into independence Day. Although You might be concerned if you happen to be seeing a lot of people in L. A thinking they're supposed to be wearing their masks again because Barbara Ferrer said it would be a good idea even if you're fully vaccinated. I really am so distressed about this ongoing power. These mask mandates because first of all we know from the very beginning. Unfortunately, masks simply are not particularly useful in stopping the spread of respiratory viruses. I wish it were otherwise Randy, but we've known this for multiple decades, and there are multiple studies on the CDC's own website. In fact, the large meta analysis that's been up there for many years looking At the applicant Sea of masks for we're stopping the stem are stemming spread. I should say Excuse me of respiratory viruses yet you know, all of sudden, just pandemic comes along and people are acting as if Max are well known and very, very effective in useful and therefore we should wear them all the time and all places and people who aren't at any risk at all from Covid should wear them and Children should wear them and people are covid recovered should wear them and people who have no symptoms. Of any illness whatsoever should wear them. I mean, this is just insanity. It isn't based on a shred of science and the fact that this is still 17 months into this pandemic that we are still allowing people to promote. This sort of silliness really is it's beyond irritating. It really will ultimately result in people losing all confidence in public health, because when you give bad advice like that Month in and month out people, said Juniata over time. Dr And in fact, I'm sorry, my microphone off, and in fact, it seems like the new director of the CDC is starting to push some of that advice. At the White House Covid briefing yesterday, Dr. Rachelle Wolinski, the director of the CDC, was asked if now that people are taking their masks off if she's concerned about other respiratory illnesses, Let's listen, Dr Walensky are you concerned about as people are taking their masks often and starting to circulate more the rise of other respiratory infection? Um, other than covid that you're seeing right now. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you Know, I think we saw actually a possibly, uh, viral infections last year. Many of our pediatricians would say that they didn't see a lot of people coming in with upper respiratory infections. I do think part of that was the distancing that not being in school. And, of course, the masking. I do anticipate that in the months ahead if people are not wearing masks And we've started to see some of this already that there will likely be an increase of, uh of a respiratory infections in places that are not wearing that. So does she want us to wear the masks forever? Exactly what was the goal was the idea that now not only we want to get rid of Covid, but we want to get rid of common colds and influenza instruct wrote and saying, You say this. I mean, this is this is ridiculous. What is the goal? If you are out breathing ear, you have exposure to things. We the goal was never to somehow stop the spread of all of these things. First of all, and secondly, I will tell you the reason that pediatricians and other doctors saw very few upper respiratory infections in their offices last year for the past 18 months. Because we told people not to go to the doctor. We said, you know, don't come in. You're a grave risk of contracting cold that stay home, Which is why on top of it, we're seeing huge optics in, uh, delayed cancer diagnosed as issues from heart disease and diabetes, all the things that didn't happen because for the past 18 months People have put off going in and getting care. I just had a conversation this morning, uh, with a colleague who's a dermatologist who has told me that the number of skin cancers he is seeing this year is absolutely out of control, not because there's a huge increase in actual incidents, but because people would have otherwise had them diagnosed. And caught early during their screening museums, But people didn't come in for screening exams for the past year and a half. So unfortunately, Rochelle Wolinski has got it all backwards. Uh, that's we aren't controlling common colds by wearing masks where controlling the diagnosis of common colds by telling people not to go to the doctor. Doctor Kelly victory at that same White House Covid briefing, Dr Fauci was asked specifically about the L, A county masking suggestion, even for vaccinated people. Let's listen, Can you tell us more about whether or not Americans maybe having to go back to wearing masks in light of the Delta variant? We saw Los Angeles County and the WHL, both recommending that even vaccinated people Should wear mask. Where does that stand? Should people be preparing themselves to possibly going back to wearing bass? If they're vaccinated? Well as I was alluding to in in my comments you have abroad. Recommendation for the country as a whole, which is the CDC recommendation. That if you had vaccinated, you have a high degree of protection. So you need not wear a mask either indoor or outdoor, but also as has said, and as the CDC. Has recommended is that there's a degree of flexibility. People at the local level, depending upon the on ground situation will make recommendations or not. According to the local situation, But the broad recommendation that the CDC makes based on the high degree of effectiveness of the vaccine remains unchanged. Dr Kelly Oh, my gosh, This is just unbelievable. I've frankly Randy. I'm shocked that Dr Fauci hasn't come back out with his goggle suggestion. I mean, let's recall the the transmission of these viruses hasn't changed. It's still is primarily passed through mucous membranes so through the nose The mouth and the eyes. Yet all of sudden, he's not recommending goggles. I'm not sure why, because if he believes that masks are still useful, even in people who are vaccinated or that masks should be worn by everyone who's not vaccinated, despite the fact that the rates of covid continue to fall, and certainly the important rates of covid cases, meaning hospitalizations, ICU admissions and depth Continue to plummet. He's still recommending masks. This is so crazy. There's no end to this. The goal was never to eradicate all respiratory viruses. The idea was to make sure that we didn't overwhelm the healthcare system. And to assure that those people who are at very high risk for potentially having a bad outcome. Should they get covid that those people were protected. So here we are. 17 months into this And rather than talking about the things we should be doing to protect and enhance our immune systems, things like we're pleading vitamin D and taking supplemental zinc, washing your hands frequently, not touching your face..
"wolinski" Discussed on WTVN
"The comments by Dr Rachelle Wolinski come as the World Health Organization has urged those who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus to continue masking up amid the spread of the delta variant. On that note, Wolinski said, those who have gotten their shots are safe from variants that are circulating here in the United States. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News Radio 200. New coronavirus Cases are being reported in Ohio in the last 24 hours, and so far 5.5 million Ohioans have received at least one dose of a vaccine. The Fourth of July holiday weekend is a big one. Tens of millions of people are expected to hit the road, but gas prices are the highest they've been since 2014. But it's in do part to a shortage of workers in the supply chain. While the fuel is there. There may not be enough tanker truck drivers to deliver it as fast as Americans are filling up. Patrick DeHaan with Gasbuddy says the shortages will correct themselves in time. Triple A expects the number of people traveling to almost reached the number before the pandemic. Heaviest congestion. Expected late afternoon tomorrow Friday and then coming home on Monday. The Ohio State Highway Patrol is going to be watching will be out 100% Man power over the holiday weekend. Ensuring that everybody does make it to their destination safely, and we're going to be looking for those things. Like compare drivers, drivers are filling where their safety belts and of course, those who were speeding Sergeant Nathan Dennis, who says they've seen an increase in the number of 100 mile per hour plus tickets issued since last spring. I'm Matt Reese. Tomorrow is the last day to renew your expired driver's license or registration in Ohio without a penalty. So any license or tag expired during the pandemic. State of emergency needs to be renewed before the grace period ends on July. 1st one Ohio supermarket chain is working to achieve lower emissions by 2040 with over 200 supermarkets across five states Giant Eagle has announced that it would invest $100 million toward improving its climate impact caused by electricity consumption. Today, the retailer has achieved nearly 22% reduction in carbon dioxide. Exciting missions over the past eight years through several efforts, including converting almost 70% of its truck fleet to alternative energy and retrofitting stores with led lighting. More information about giant eagle sustainability efforts visit giant eagle dot com slash all of us Your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should too. University of Maryland Global Campus, formerly University of Maryland University College was made to serve the military and working adults like you Today We continue that tradition by offering frequent start dates so you can get started with convenient online learning that fits your schedule.
"wolinski" Discussed on AP News
"Is going to go until we pull everybody out of there. Um, This is our number one effort and I very much appreciate that And I know the families appreciate that, and we'll all keep working to make that happen. Crews are dealing with inclement weather at the scene. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned Bill Cosby Sex assault conviction after finding an agreement with the previous prosecutor prevented him from being charged in the case. The 83 year old Cosby has served more than two years of a 3 to 10 year sentence in New York actress Allison Mack has been sentenced to three years in prison for manipulating women into becoming sex slaves for a cult like groups spiritual leader Director, Dr Michelle Wolinski says CDC guidelines broadly indicate those who are vaccinated don't need to wear masks. But when it comes to wearing a mask, we've always said that local policymakers need to make policies for their local environment. Wolinski was on NBC's Today show, A federal judge blocked a new law in Indiana that would require doctors to tell women undergoing drug induced abortions about a disputed treatment for potentially stopping the abortion process. Big gains so far for the Dow on Wall Street. This is a P news. New York City's first mayoral contest, using ranked choice, voting has been thrown into chaos. A wrong vote count was released. Critics, including the current mayor, say the mistake by the city's board of Elections proves it's not equipped to handle the new rank choice system. Board officials apologized for their error and said they would release new results for in person voting in the June 22nd primary today. The results they released yesterday and then withdrew, appeared to show former city sanitation Commissioner Catherine Garcia narrowly trailing Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams with civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley in third place. Final results in the primary could be weeks away. 125,000 absentee ballots still need to be added to the account. I'm Julie Walker. The International Olympic Committee says athletes who are nursing mothers will be allowed to bring their babies to the Tokyo Games. Canadian basketball player Kim Gaucher is breastfeeding her infant daughter. Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you..
"wolinski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"She's an R 99 1 newsroom in the nation's capital. Hey, Nance. Hey, Carol. Gun Crime is the focus of a speech. President Biden will be giving this afternoon at the White House Bloomberg governments. Emily Wilkins has some of the details of the plan. Resident. Biden wants this plan to curb gun crime and to do that he's going to tap into that coronavirus relief funding that's left over from the amounts that Congress allocated through those covid stimulus bills. Wilkins says President Biden had hoped to get a police reform bill by last month. Key Republican negotiator Senator Tim Scott says it's now June or bust. In addition to crime, there is still a battle underway with Covid 19 and as Bloomberg's Nathan Hager reports, the Delta area is spreading rapidly in the U. S. Centers for Disease Control director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the Delta strain now accounts for about 1/5 of recent coronavirus cases in the U. S. Speaking at the Milken Institute Feature of Health Summit, Dr Walensky says the strain first identified in India accounted for just 3% of cases that were analyzed several weeks ago. Covid cases more broadly, Wolinski says, are at their lowest level since March of last year. But she says people in areas where a lot of individuals still haven't gotten vaccines remain at highest risk. In Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg Radio. A member of the oath Keepers is pleading guilty to conspiracy charges connected to the capital Riot, Great and Young of Florida, is also promising to cooperate with investigators. As part of his plea deal. He's the first individual from the group to plead guilty to conspiracy charges in connection with the attack. The judge says Young's estimated sentence will be 63 to 78 months in prison. His co defendants are contesting the charges. They face Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick.
"wolinski" Discussed on AP News
"Is running as a moderate candidate, but hasn't inspired the same support as Raissi. Public apathy has been widespread, though, after a panel under harmony, But hundreds of candidates, including reformists, and those aligned with the outgoing president, the relatively moderate Hassan Rouhani, I'm Charles de la Decima, Boeing's newest version of the 7 37 Max jetliner. Made its first test flight taking off near Seattle for an expected to our trip that the company hopes will signal improving fortunes for its most important plane. The Max 10 is a slightly larger version of Max jets. That are already flying. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. The leader of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is talking about a variant of the coronavirus. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky expects the delta variant of the coronavirus to become the dominant strain in the U. S. It was first seen in India and then spread to Britain, where it's now the dominant strain. Dr Walensky says the delta variant is hyper transmissible. But as worrisome as that is, she says, the vaccines work against it. So here's her advice. Make sure you get your second shot, she says, and you'll be protected against the delta vary into the coronavirus. Doctor. Wolinski was on ABC s Good Morning America. I'm Rita Foley. Border. Restrictions between the US and Canada are being extended until July, 21st. The announcement was made by Canada's public safety minister. The restrictions were first announced in March of last year and have been extended every month since I'm Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed.
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"Antonio good terrorists to a second term as secretary general. Iranians voted in a presidential election dominated by hardline protege of supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, after authorities disqualified nearly all of the strongest competition, leading to what appeared to be a low turnout, fueled by apathy and calls for a boycott. Palestinians protested after Friday prayers at the Al Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem and briefly clashed with Israeli police, leaving three demonstrators wounded, violent clashes at the site in April and may helped ignite last month's Gaza war. This is a P news. The leader of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is talking about a variant of the coronavirus. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky expects the delta variant of the coronavirus to become the dominant strain in the U. S. It was first seen in India and then spread to Britain, where it's now the dominant strain. Dr Walensky says the delta variant is hyper transmissible, but as worrisome as that is, she says. The vaccines work against it. So here's her advice. Make sure you get your second shot, she says, and you'll be protected against the delta variant of the coronavirus. Dr Wolinski was on ABC is Good Morning America. I'm Rita Foley. The search has resumed in North Carolina for two missing tubers after three others were found dead and four were pulled from the local river. Group of nine people were floating down the Dan River on inflatable tubes and went over a damn for people rescue their injuries are not life threatening. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News As Brazil hurtles towards an official Covid 19 death toll of 500,000, the second highest in the world science is on trial inside the country. And the truth is up for grabs. With a milestone likely to be reached this weekend. Brazil's Senate is publicly probing how the toll got so high, focusing on why President Jakaya Bolsonaro's far right government ignored opportunities to buy vaccines for months while it's relentlessly pushed hydroxychloroquine the malaria drug Shown to be ineffective in treating Covid 19. The skepticism has extended to the death toll itself with Bolsonaro, arguing the official tally from his own health ministry is greatly exaggerated. Some experts saying the real figure is significantly higher, perhaps hundreds of thousands higher. I'm Charles, the CDC director is talking about the delta variant of the coronavirus and what you can do to protect yourself. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky expects the Delta variant of the coronavirus to become the dominant strain in the U. S. It was first seen in India and then spread to Britain, where it's now the dominant strain. Dr Walensky says the delta variant is hyper transmissible. But as worrisome as that is, she says, the vaccines work against it. So here's her advice. Make sure you get your second shot, she says. And you'll be protected against the delta vary into the coronavirus. Doctor. Wolinski was on ABC s Good Morning America. I'm Rita Foley..
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"I'm Robert Wolinski Live in the WSB 24 hour news center with our top stories this half hour. Gunshots outside Houston's on Peachtree Road, a man leaving a nightclub on Bennett Street shot and wounded in that area around three a.m. this morning, police called to the scene the man taken to the hospital. New details about what went down on that Delta flight from LA to here in Atlanta, Channel two action news reporter Michael Sided confirms now that the unruly passenger was indeed an off duty flight attendant who was acting very strange. The unruly passenger now identified as 34 year old Stephon Gilmore dunk Can lost control, forcing several passengers to restrain him. We kind of got him down and we're holding him down and he was screaming and crying. The flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Oklahoma City, where the suspect was taken off the plane by local police and federal agents. Delta did a great job keeping us informed. I think Under a law of these circumstances, people stepped up and made the best of the tough situation. President Biden at the final day of the G seven summit in England, CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker in London, right. Now we're expected to hear from President Biden at the close of the G seven summit. Then he's off to Windsor Castle to meet the queen and a somewhat more intimate setting. Then Friday night's banquet from there, Mr Biden flies to Brussels for the upcoming NATO summit. Sports basketball in the Eastern Conference. The Hawks will take on the 70 Sixers Game four Monday night. State Farm Arena sold out crowd 7 30, the start. Philadelphia leading the series two games to one. Baseball. The Braves, losing to the Marlins in Miami, four to the final score. The teams will play this afternoon in Florida at 1 10, WSB news time 8 32 a check on traffic and the very hot weather forecast coming up Next. We're.
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"Five more have been accused in getting paid for extra hours. They never worked among them. The ex wife of former commissioner Dennis White and a former union president, also, a Boston police officer, is placed In Boston Municipal Court. A nationwide sprint to the vaccine finish line threatens to turn into a crawl, and the president's goal is now in jeopardy. Last month, President Biden said, a target our goal by July, 4th is to have 70%. Of adult Americans at least one shot. But with less than four weeks to go until Independence Day, it appears that goal may fall short. The number of vaccinations nationwide is less than one million per day down 77% from the peak in April July, 4th is not the end of the CDC director, Dr Rachelle Wolinski noted. The shots are working the first time the seven day average of cases has been less than 15,000 since March. 27th 2020 Laura Podesta City Yes news, good news and bad for America's jobs. The nation's unemployment rate is down to 5.8%. But companies still cannot find enough workers and they're getting desperate. Many are getting creative in getting potential workers to sign on with incentives other than cash, ranging from free appetizers for restaurant workers to hotel stays and Even tuition payments, which are now being extended to family members, all some of the new perks being offered just to get workers back on the job. There are more than nine million jobs available in the United States right now, or at least in the latest report from the Labor Department, which says the April number is the highest. It's seen. In two decades for job openings and two million more job openings. Then, when the pandemic began at the French Open tennis tournament, a chance to go to the semifinals goes proof for American phenom cocoa Goff. Sure.
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"WBS m com From ABC News. I'm Jerry Aldinger. The second Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump is winding down with the question and answer session now underway. One asked of Mr Trump New vice president. Pence was in danger during the attack on the capital, defense attorney Michael Vander Wien. At No point was the president informed the vice president was in any danger. Because the house rushed through this impeachment in seven days with no evidence there's nothing at all in the record on this point. Because the House failed to do even a minimum amount of due diligence. House impeachment manager Walking. Castro says the attack was broadcast live and noted a phone call that Mr Trump made two in Alabama Senator Senator Tuber Bill specifically said that he told the president, Mr President, they just took the vice president out. I've got to go. That was shortly after 2 P.m.. The Senate will vote next. Whether to convict that will likely happen tomorrow. The Department of Homeland Security rolling back some Trump era immigration policy getting on February 19th. The Department of Homeland Security will take steps to begin processing individuals who under the previous administration have been forced to remain in Mexico under the migrant protection Protocol in House Press Secretary Jen Psaki new guidance in the CDC and the Department of Education to get more kids back in class in a handbook for reopening the CDC and Department of Education, offering detailed guidelines for bringing students back. Dr Rochelle Wolinski, director of the CDC on a Friday call..
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"And welcome back to Washington today, a couple more headlines the Biden administration urging the Supreme Court to uphold the affordable Care act to reversal from the Trump administration's backing of a constitutional challenge to the health care law. And the Chicago Teachers Union approving the deal with the country's third largest school district to get students back in class during the Corona virus pandemic, ending an immediate threat of a teacher. Lockout or strike agreement includes more teacher vaccinations and metrics to allow school closures when covert 19 infections spike New U. S government research on masks. Finding two is better than one to slow the spread of the current virus and even a single mask and how it fits is very, very important doctor will show Wolinski, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In this new study, researchers used experiments in the laboratory, not the real world to assess how different strategies to improve the fit of masks, impacts of masked ability to block aerosolized particles emitted during a simulated coughed, as well as to reduce exposure to Marisol particles admitted during simulated breathing. The size of the aerosol particles in the experiment were designed to mimic the respiratory drugs with her car particles most important for person to person transmission of stars Kobe to the virus that causes covered 19 Specifically, the experiments compared the performance of no mask, a single cloth face mask and a single medical procedure. Math Mass with two approaches to improve the mask fit of the surgical mask, wearing the cloth mask over the procedure, mask and nodding and tucking the ear loops of the medical procedure. Math. In the study, wearing any type of mask performs significantly better than not wearing a mask and well fitting masked provided the greatest performance both of blocking emitted aerosols and exposure of air assaults to the receiver in the breathing experiment, having both the source and the receiver where masks modified to fit better reduce the receivers exposure by more than 95% compared to know Basket off these experimental data reinforced TDC's prior guidance that everyone two years of age or older should wear a mask when in public and round, others in the home in the home, not living with you. We continue to recommend that mask should have two or more layers completely. Cover your nose and mouth and fit snugly against your nose and the size of your face. I want to be clear that these new scientific data released today do not change the specific recommendations about who should wear a mask or when they should wear one..
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"You want the race to get Americans vaccinated against covered 19 is underway. US. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams expects the covert 19 vaccine process to get smoother. We're gonna make sure we're putting vaccines and supplies where the demand actually is, And you're gonna continue to see these rates ramp up. The best defense is against the virus are widespread vaccination masks, social distancing and frequent hand washing everything you need to know at CDC dot gov slash coronavirus that expert help with retirement planning retire right with Epstein and White 85. Have 8564 80 36 portions of the following program will be recorded. Please is Heo Geo and K. M y I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking news signing Carrick a flurry of executive orders in the first days of the Biden administration, many related to covert 19 the fact that we don't know today, five days into this administration and weeks into planning how much vaccine we have just gives you a sense with the challenges. Dr Rochelle Wolinski, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Fox News Sunday. The CDC is warning by March Be 117. The so called UK variant of covert 19 could become The dominant strain in the U. S. British investigators Now with more data on its death rate, They found that it was 12 per 1000 will say. And then it went up to 1.3 per 1000 a certain group. So that's a significant increase. Dr Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden on CBS's face the Nation. The 117 already is circulating.