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High Demand for COVID-19 Vaccine Overwhelms Fairfax County Hotline

Ben Shapiro

00:34 sec | 4 d ago

High Demand for COVID-19 Vaccine Overwhelms Fairfax County Hotline

"For a covert vaccine in Fairfax County, you're not alone. So many people are calling the Fairfax County Department of Health's Potvin 19. Vaccine Call center today that it's getting overwhelmed, Supervisor Walter Alcorn told residents earlier today. Some calls are being dropped, He says. An online registration system was supposed to be up this morning, but wasn't the Department of Health says the online form went up around two this afternoon. A spokesperson hopes that will take some pressure off the call center. People 75 older are among those eligible to register starting today, Heather Curtis, Lon W. M. A. L

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Fresh update on "county department" discussed on Weekend News

Weekend News

01:30 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "county department" discussed on Weekend News

"Truck while another officer jumps on the patrol car as the suspects tries taking off, But this time she was trapped, and officers quickly moved in to get her. That CBS two's Cori James reporting charges against the woman are pending. Some hospitals in our area had to cancel vaccine appointments because they ran out of doses. That was the fear at NASA University Medical Center Sophia Hall tells us what happened. 2200 people almost had to go to the back of the line when it comes to having appointments for the covert vaccine. NASA account executive Laura Carmen says nasty University Medical center was running out of doses for the thousands of people. So we were able to give some of our allotment that was given to the our county Department of Health to the hospital, and then the state came through for us and gave us some extra doses so we could keep the Department of Health run operation running. Seven days a week, and this could happen again, she says. Every day it Z very difficult to get the supply that we get, let alone the supply that we need the right now The demand far outpaces supply. Sophia Hold to be CBS News Radio 8 80 a search is on for a group of Attackers accused of beating up a woman at Madison Square Park. This happened last Sunday, January 10th during a black lives matter and anti Trump protest. The woman says that she is a social media reporter and a trump supporter who was recording segments for her social media accounts. Police say she was shoved, hit in the head with an egg and an umbrella and also sprayed with silly string and hit with a skateboard..

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Some sites in Los Angeles County to stop using Curative tests after FDA warns of false negatives

Tim Conway Jr.

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Some sites in Los Angeles County to stop using Curative tests after FDA warns of false negatives

"County Department of Health Services has announced that it will discontinue the use of Curative Cove in 19 PCR tests that pop up testing sites after significant amount of false negatives were reported curative provided a limited number of tests at county supported pop up testing sites beginning in mid December. Security of tests will be replaced with fold. Jin Genetic tests alcove in 19 tests ever risk of false negative results, But PCR tests are considered better at detecting the disease than rapid tests. House

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Fresh update on "county department" discussed on Weekend News

Weekend News

00:31 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "county department" discussed on Weekend News

"Connected depend on WCBS. Good morning. I'm Tanya Hanson. Three things to know what 8 15 1 Governor Cuomo calls on Mayor de Blasio when the NYPD to apologize to New Yorkers for their handling of last summer's black lives matter. Protests To president elect robot and his vowing to increase supplies of covert vaccines by using the Defense Production Act three The Trump Administration has carried out its 13th and final execution early today. Unpaid rent in city has been soaring to an eye popping number. More on that from WCBS is Mac Rosenberg. The Community housing improvement program surveyed landlords in the city and found that those living in rent stabilized units Ohm or than a billion dollars in background, and roughly about 15 to 20% of the entire rent stabilized universe. Is is behind at least three months. J. Martin is the group's executive director and notes that there are billions more dollars in rent that haven't been paid from apartments that aren't rent stabilized. He says The eviction moratorium hasn't been an issue for owners in that if they were allowed to evict. There's no one waiting in line where it has had an impact is kind of the perception with with tenants believing that somehow this kind of removes the financial obligation that they might have at the end of this crisis. Essentially, it's kicked the can down the road and until the can gets down the road, Martin says more federal funding is needed. Mac Rosenberg DOUBLE D CBS News Radio 80 Covert vaccine shortages are making it more difficult to get appointments in New York. Our Sophia Hall has the latest from Nassau County. The vaccine doses were running out it now. So university Medical center and county executive Laura current, says 2200 people would have not been able to receive the vaccine. However, current worked hard and now the doses are back. So we were able to give some of our allotment that was given to the our county Department of Health to the hospital. And then the state came through for us and gave us some extra doses so we could keep the Department of Health run operation running seven days a week. This could happen again she sends in the future because there is more demand. And supplying until we get a consistent level of supply coming in and we're ready to scale up between our hospitals, our clinics, the county Department of Health, we're ready to scale up administration. If we get those doses here, Sophia Hold to be CBS News Radio 8 80, WCBS news time 18 traffic.

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Los Angeles County Department Of Public Health Reports 91 New Deaths, 12,488 New Cases

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:21 sec | Last week

Los Angeles County Department Of Public Health Reports 91 New Deaths, 12,488 New Cases

"Los Angeles County reported 12,488 new cases of covered 19. Today, the caseload has doubled in the past month. 91 additional deaths were also announced today, but also a slight decrease in the number of coronavirus patients in county hospitals. A total of 7544 coronavirus patients were hospitalized with a virus with 21% in intensive

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Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Evening News

KNX Evening News

00:42 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Evening News

"It, but not me. Do we have an answer today? Barbara? Frances, We don't have enough vaccines. Is that the only thing you also have to move them faster this we recognize. But I think we are moving him out. Pretty fast aside may have mentioned we we've received close to 700,000 doses of vaccine We've administered close to 300,000. The remainder are out. They have been distributed and there is providers are in the process of scheduling. Appointments that takes some time. But in addition, I think it's important to note the tradeoffs in some of the counties that are moving more quickly to vaccinate with that first does there then maybe a greater delay for many people in getting the second dose. Yeah, And that's right. Right? And that's why I want to try because you mentioned a timeline before for 65. Plus about one or two weeks. Has that changed any Because as you know the this extra surplus that the Trump administration had promised apparently has disappeared because it really doesn't exist. Does the timeline now change or and I want you to be a specific as you can? Because we got lots of listeners who fall into that age group, and they want to know when can I get vaccinated? Are you saying that within the next 1 to 2 weeks L. A County will move to start vaccinating 65. Plus, it's all dependent on the vaccine that we receive. We've been receiving on average between about 100,000 and 2 200,000 doses per week. If that continues, then the answer is yes. If we don't see that supply delivered, then it's going to be very, very difficult, and we'll have to think hard about how we try to prioritize increasingly scarce. Doses of vaccine do we expect? Do we expect that number to continue or were those numbers based on having this extra windfall that does not exist? It's been very challenging to plan more than a week or two at a time because there has not been very good communication, you know, with the feds in terms of what amounts would be Um Distributed, and so that's made it very difficult. I think what we would hope to see is a very steady supply. Consistent, high high level is possible, but at this point we just don't have that We are hopeful with the new administration that we will have more clear communication on what truly is available. And the pace at which it will be distributed. Is it fair to say that by the late by the latest the middle of February, if not the 1 to 2 week time frame that you gave 65 Plus in L. A county will have vaccine available for them. I would say so. I think if we're not in a position by by early to mid February to expand that there, there are significant problems and we need to understand the genesis. But again, we can't we can't manufacture. We can't squeeze water from Iraq. We We need the vaccine to be here in order to expand vaccinations. We do recognize again that there are various groups those 65 older but even some who are younger with multiple chronic conditions that place them at increased risk for severe illness. From Colvin, and we want to get to those folks as quickly as possible way recognized. The frustration. We know people have been suffering for more than nine months under the strain of the isolation measures and Wanted everything possible to deliver on what we think is An incredible miracle in terms of having what are two highly effective vaccines and you know in the marketplace so quickly. Dr Paul Simon, chief science officer like County Department of Public Health, Doctor, Thanks, Maurin. Death to come another half hour. On the way. 55 traffic.

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Los Angeles County running short on ambulances amid COVID-19 surge

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles County running short on ambulances amid COVID-19 surge

"Medical system is now running short on ambulances. I like having emergency medical services director Kathy Chichester says. Paramedics just can't keep up with their response time. Serve any longer. They're polite ambulances and utilizing ambulance companies and ambulances that are not traditionally the night 11 response. Ambulances. We've had patients waiting an ambulance base outside of E. DS for seven hours. Eight hours and ambulances lined up outside hospitals can't can't respond respond to to new new emergencies emergencies like like car car crashes. crashes. House House fires fires heart heart attacks, attacks, Jester Jester says says officials officials are are going going to to start start trying trying something something new new having having paramedics paramedics treat treat patients patients outside outside hospitals so ambulances can get back on the road. After Christine in Keighley, director of L. A county's Department of Health Services, tells MSNBC. The system's really strange emergency department surf all the intensive care units in our four hospitals that we run. 86% of those patients have Cove in on two thirds of the patients across the county that has little beds have co bit. This is simply unsustainable. The fear is that we will see it even larger surgeon cases in the next few weeks because of Christmas and New Year's celebrations.

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Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:43 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

"In a new president and the vice president, We're gonna move our nation forward. OK? Vice President. Pence is expected to attend the inauguration. But President Trump will not. His staff is said to be planning an elaborate military send off a joint base Andrews Wednesday morning. Mr Trump's final flight on Air Force One will likely land in Florida just before his term expires. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington The N R. A says it's filing bankruptcy and incorporating in Texas rather than in New York, where it's being sued by the state's attorney general over claims that top executives misappropriated tens of millions of dollars. Wall Street down, closed down 177 points. This is CBS News. New YEAR New BUDGETS, DEL Technologies Advisors give you real time. Taylor advice Plus right now get big savings on select business computers with Intel Core processors. Call +877 Ask Del Thistles. Southern California's only 24 hours. Local news and traffic station KNX 10 70 news radio. Unlike Simpson, and I'm Karen Adams, our top local story at 603. It's a race against time, the covert vaccine versus the coed virus and for those in L, a county who are 65 older. That race is an increasingly tense one Tench because even though some neighboring areas are now giving vaccine to those 65 older L. A county is still unable to partly because Vaccine supply and partly because of what seems to be greatly expanding list of health care workers who are getting the vaccine first. So when will 65 plus get their turn? We are working hard to roll out the vaccine to that group quickly as I said it should be in the next 1 to 2 weeks. That's Dr Paul Simon, the chief science officer for L. A county's Department of Public Health. It's all dependent on the vaccine that we received. So for l, a county resident 65 older, the tension unfortunately, mounts and the clock for when they can get vaccinated is loudly ticking. Charles Feldman, KNX 10 70 news radio. More than a million Californians have gotten the vaccine least the first shots, the governor says. It's all hands on deck. We now have Significantly increased our administration. Just the last seven or eight days, we put out an audacious goal, a.

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Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

Pacifica Evening News

03:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

"The strictest stayed home orders in Central and Southern California as hospitals there are diverting care and have run out of intensive care unit beds for covert patients ahead of the presumed post holiday surge. Kristina Honest, Ed filed this report. Pandemic in California is already dire at hospitals in the central and southern part of the state, or L. A county has more than half a million Corona virus infections. That's 25% of the state's 2.1 million cases. More than 33,000 of those were recorded in just the last 24 hour period, and nearly half are from L. A county. This Governor Gavin Newsom. Look at l. A county alone 12 to 15,000 cases a day just in the last few weeks, so obviously having a big impact, taking a big toll on our hospitals, you know, more than 24,200 people have died in California from the coronavirus, According to state data. L. A county's Department of Public Health is reporting 73 deaths In the last 24 hours. The continued high numbers are straining evermore stretch. Hospital resource is, Newsome says, as ICU intensive care unit beds, hit capacity and emergency departments are getting full. Hospitals are now having to divert care. That means they have to send some patients to other hospitals or facilities. Routine. Emergency road care is being slowed down. So do you think this doesn't impact you? If you think somehow you're immune from impact of coded, There's the direct impact. That is the transmission of This virus. There's the indirect impact. God forbid you have a stroke or heart attack in a car accident or you have other acute care needs the impact of these this virus. This pandemic is being felt on the entire hospital system. And that impact obviously could impact each and every one of us. God forbid that were in need of emergency care. Particularly now in L. A county. I see you. Beds are also dwindling and other regions of the state. Like the San Francisco Bay area last week. I see you. Capacity was 15% this week. It's nine somebody area hospitals were canceling elective surgeries, and experts say the worst is yet to come. To do in the weeks following Christmas and New Year celebrations. In an effort to get ahead of that surge to get ahead of that surge, L. A County is imposing a 10 Day quarantine for anyone returning home from out of town travel Governor Newsome says it's likely the state will also follow suit and extend stay at home orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California Doctor Galley in his team likely tomorrow will announce and that's why you see on the slide that 12 29 Announcement they will announce once today's data is collected their projections over the next four week period. It is clear on understandable that it's likely those stayed home orders will be extended. Meanwhile, the state continues to

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Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:39 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "county department" discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

"Science is succeeding. Solidarity is failing. The U. S. Has the highest national death toll with more than 390,000. Elaine Cobb, CBS News like Johnny, hoping to be able to start vaccinating these 65 plus crowd soon as the surge worsens, the state has already given the green light for those 65 older to start getting covert vaccines in some places have already started. But not L. A county because it has yet to fully vaccinated healthcare workers. We want to in no way diminish, though the risks of those in that 65 older age group Dr Paul Simon, is chief science officer for L. A county's Department of Public Health. We are Working as quickly as possible to expand our vaccination efforts to include that group. We're hopeful that we'll be able to do so in the next several weeks, unfortunately, are limited, though, by the supply of vaccine and we're doing our best to allocate out as efficiently as possible. Initially, the public was led to believe only front line health care workers would be eligible for vaccines. First, that definition has broadened considerably. Charles Feldman, KNX 10 70 news, radio and online home cooked meal delivery. Company accused of charging customers for ongoing subscriptions without their consent, has agreed to a settlement with the L. A County Da's office. Chicago base home chef without admitting wrongdoing will pay $450,000 to settle the civil lawsuit. George Gascon says this should serve as a warning to other online companies that violate consumer protections. Home Chef will also now have to email customers a cancelation confirmation after they pay that clearly includes the automatic renewal terms. 3 20. Let's check your money. Here's an Cates. I think so I can carry it was a rough holiday shopping season. Retail sales fell 7/10 of a percent in December on the heels of declines in the October and November But the National Retail Federation says when Carr restaurant and gas receipts are taken out sales in November and December actually rose.

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20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

"Cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases from

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Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear

Allworth Financial's Money Matters

01:18 min | 3 weeks ago

Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear

"Federal unemployment benefits expired at midnight for millions of Americans struggling with the economic consequences of the pandemic still unclear whether President Trump will sign the new stimulus bill. President Trump is at his resort in Florida, still refusing to sign the covert relief bill that would provide that vital government assistance without the president's signature. Not only are the extended unemployment benefits ending, but eviction protections will expire next week. Week and because this bill is tied to a larger funding bill if the president doesn't sign the federal government will shut down on Tuesday he sees Marcy Gonzales coronavirus cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases

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Los Angeles County Reports Nearly 13,000 New Coronavirus Cases, 88 More Deaths

All Things Considered

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Los Angeles County Reports Nearly 13,000 New Coronavirus Cases, 88 More Deaths

"L. A county has reached another tragic milestone more than 9000. Angelenos have now died from covered 19 so far. Mark was met after 88 new deaths were reported today and even more stark and just two weeks the county has seen more than 1000 coronavirus related deaths. The county's Department of Public Health also reporting nearly 13,000 new cases today and more than 5800 people in the hospital with the virus. Something that's concerning toe leaders as we head into the holidays there, warning Angelenos that it's not the time to crowded stores attend parties and gatherings were to travel department cites a USC study that shows nearly 30% of residents have visited someone outside of their household. In another 30% had visitors at their homes within the past week. That means more than three million L. A county residents are not following safety

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Hundreds Gather For Wedding At Hilton Chicago/Northbrook With No Masks

WBBM Afternoon News Update

01:04 min | Last month

Hundreds Gather For Wedding At Hilton Chicago/Northbrook With No Masks

"Health Health Ministry Ministry to to say say they're they're trying trying to to get get more more information information about about what what he he called called a a potential potential coronavirus coronavirus Super spreader event of wedding last night at the Hilton Chicago Northward Hotel. In Prospect Heights video inside the reception. So with very little Massachusetts or social distancing the number of wedding guests at the Hilton Hotel in Prospect Heights cannot be confirmed. But the senior medical officer for the Cook County Department of Public Health, Dr Rachel Rubin, says that the number could be anywhere from 2 to 300 people and at the hotel will likely only receive in order to disperse if an investigation shows violation. Of indoor dining and gathering guidelines. If they're repeated violations, they can potentially carry fines and other penalties. Potential citation would go to the hotel and not the guests. But the Department of Health will want to see a list of wedding attendees do see it as a potential super spreader event. We know that they're going to be at least a few people at that wedding that were covert positive and didn't realize it and people weren't wearing masks. They were crowded together. Dr. Rubin says The department's guidance now is for anyone involved in serving, planning or attending that wedding. Quarantine for 14 days. Brandon Ison News Radio one of 5.9 I found the

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Los Angeles issues new stay at home order as coronavirus cases surge

Pacifica Evening News

01:20 min | Last month

Los Angeles issues new stay at home order as coronavirus cases surge

"Angeles County announced a new stay at home order today is Corona virus cases surge out of control and the nation's most populous county. The new order takes effect Monday and will last until at least December 20th. It comes as a county confirmed 24 new deaths and 4544 New Corona virus infections. Five day average of new cases in Los Angeles County is 4751 nearly 2000 people in Los Angeles County are now hospitalized with coronavirus. The order advices residents to stay home as much as possible and to wear a face covering when they go out. It bans people from gathering with others who aren't in their immediate households. Whether publicly or privately, exceptions are made for church services and protests, which the county Department of Public Health said in a statement. Quote are constitutionally protected rights. Unquote businesses are allowed to remain open but with limited capacity, and the same is true of nail salons and other personal care services. Beaches, trails and parks will also remain open with safety requirements. The order is more modest than the statewide closure ordered in the spring.

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Coronavirus outbreak reported after a California youth basketball tournament violated health orders

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:51 sec | Last month

Coronavirus outbreak reported after a California youth basketball tournament violated health orders

"Authorities in Plaster County That's east of Sacramento are asking for anyone who attended a youth basketball tournament earlier this month. To get tested for covert 19 and to quarantine. The Platzer County Department of Health and Human Services announced a Corona virus outbreak stemming from a youth basketball tournament at Courtside Basketball Center and Rocklin on November 7th and eighth More than 30. People across two different counties have tested positive for Corona virus among them Children, Plaster County Director of Health and Human services, Rob Oldham says Typically, they wouldn't release the name and source of an outbreak. But this one has gotten too big. To try and trace indoor fitness activities in contact Team sports are banned in the state of California and order, Oldham says the basketball center continues to

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Suburban Cook County Follows Chicago With COVID-19 Advisory

Eye on Travel

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Suburban Cook County Follows Chicago With COVID-19 Advisory

"Are being asked to on Lee leave their homes for essential reasons like work school, going to the doctor and going to the store mayor life it imposed a 10 person limit on social gatherings. Cook County is now joined Chicago. Also in issuing a stay at home order, WGN. Steve presented reports. The Cook County Department of Public Health Advisory is similar to Chicago's people are advised to stay at home and on Lee go out for a central activities. Like work, school doctor visits or grocery shopping. The state home advisory also calls on residents to limit gatherings and to refrain from attending or hosting events with people who don't live in their household. Like Chicago. The Cook County advisory takes effect Monday at 6, A.m. and runs for 30 days. Suburban Cook County positivity rates are over 15%. Steve Krizan ITCH WGN News. Black and Brown

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Amid COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles  officials warn of more restrictions

Travis Holcombe

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Amid COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles officials warn of more restrictions

"L. A County is wrestling with an alarming surgeon transmissions of the Corona virus. Health officials reported Another 2533 cases of coded 19 yesterday and county Department of Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says numbers like that day after day are keeping the county in the highest risk purple tier of the state system for reopening With the recent surge in cases we can anticipate remaining and tear one for the next few weeks. I don't think this is where any of us anticipated being As we head into the fall and winter for air says the spiking cases coincides with the reopening of certain parts of the economy and with big work site outbreaks. The number of cases in L. A county has skyrocketed 33% in just a month, and that means more restrictions could be on the table. If collectively we failed to stop the acceleration of new cases, we will have no choice but to look at additional actions, Ferrer says. Hospitalizations have also jumped in the past week, but so far there has not been a significant increase in local covert related deaths.

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Washington, DC - Some Montgomery workers wrongly claimed hazard pay

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Washington, DC - Some Montgomery workers wrongly claimed hazard pay

"Montgomery County workers apparently improperly received extra Covad pay. The county approved an extra $10 an hour for workers who put themselves in harm's way because they still had to interact with the public. But now a new county inspector general's report finds that some workers In the office of permitting Services claimed the hazard pay even when they were working at home. The report does not detail the amount of money and properly paid out. The report calls for the money to be paid back and county procedures improved to guard against this in the future. It also says the problem may exist another county departments as of September 26. The county has paid out more than $49 million in covert pay across all departments.

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City, county of Los Angeles announce rapid coronavirus test study

Morning Edition

01:18 min | 2 months ago

City, county of Los Angeles announce rapid coronavirus test study

"A County has been reporting about 1000 New Coben 19 cases a day on average. Meanwhile, officials are considering a new rapid Corona virus testing program. They say it could be a cheaper and faster way to help fight the virus is case here. W's Daniel Cherry guajillo reports rather than waiting 48 hours. Test results could be available almost immediately. Imagine waiting just 15 minutes to get a positive or negative result from a cove in 19 tests, l a city and county officials said this week. They're exploring what's called engine testing. It's a nasal swab test the searches for indigenes or toxins in the body. It could cost as little as $5 a pop. A study of stone its first phase, and they're starting with L, a firefighters, hundreds of which were required to self administer each an urgent tests results confirmed Theus secondary tests, including an antibody and lab based test, If successful, the second phase would be rolling it out to schools with Children, teachers and staff taking part in the study. This pilot program is part of a research partnership between USC the L. A County Department of Public Health. In mere Air Corps city's office. According to Garcetti, the new rapid an urgent testing program could be the quote game changer We've been waiting for Its full rollout, however, will not be rapid. If all goes well, Garcetti says Energon testing could be widely available in Los Angeles at the start of 2021

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L.A. Sees New Spike in COVID Infections; Biggest Daily Number Since August

All Things Considered

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

L.A. Sees New Spike in COVID Infections; Biggest Daily Number Since August

"Health officials announced 1280 new cases, but officials say they need to see if higher numbers over the next couple of days could indicate a trend. And what about yesterday? Spike Doctor Montu Davis of L. A County Department of Public Health says they don't yet know if it is connected to the business sectors like malls, reopening we're seeing, you know a few days or even throughout the whole week. You know some increases the way we have to look closer and our data to figure out if there's some commonality amongst those increase in cases of public health authorities are continuing to urge residents to avoid gatherings, especially as our two local teams, the Lakers and Dodgers inch closer to big wins in their respective playoffs. They say that Angelenos need to take action in reducing transmission for the community to make progress. Towards more re openings for school and businesses. Today, the county also announcing 21 new deaths connected to covert 19.

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Los Angeles County to open nail salons, indoor malls and playgrounds

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:02 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles County to open nail salons, indoor malls and playgrounds

"Openings air coming in l. A county malls and nail salons will get to resume into our operations, a 25% capacity, outdoor playgrounds will get to reopen with the approval of city officials or the county's Department of Parks and Recreation. The announcement comes on the heels of county supervisor's decision to let breweries, wineries and card rooms re open for outdoor operations Supervisor Hilda Solis acknowledges county leaders have been getting pressure from the business community toe lift restrictions, but insists all decisions are based on data and science will continue to monitor and of course it's going to be Reliant on people's compliance. The re openings, which will be staggered over the next week, and a half come as hospitalizations, and the transmission rate are expected to increase. But Dr Galley, the county's health services director, points out, our actions today can change future outcomes. Behavior makes an immense difference in what the transition rate is of this virus across the county. Hundreds of schools have recently reopened for high need students and starting Monday, schools can apply for waivers to allow kids in T K through second grade to return to campus.

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Smoke Advisory Extended for parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino County

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Smoke Advisory Extended for parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino County

"With fire comes the smoke, and the advisory has been extended by the MD for parts of Riverside, San Bernardino County that's expected to see poor unhealthy air quality L. A County Department of Public Health also warning people in the East San Gabriel Valley and the San Gabriel Mountains. That air quality is broadly going to be unhealthy. And if you're a sensitive it all just stay inside more than you go outside.

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"county department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:46 min | 7 months ago

"county department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here. That's why we brought the White House Corona virus Taskforce here. Vice President Mike Pence held a press briefing this afternoon on what the White House is doing to help the state with the surge in Corona virus cases. We issue a particular plead a young people. I was informed today by the Maricopa County Department of Health that more than 50% Of all of those who are testing positive. America Open County are under the age of 35 pence. Commended Governor do sees actions to combat the virus by closing bars and Jim's, he says with surgeon cases they'll be providing about 500 medical personnel and specifically, they'll be going to hospitals in Tucson. Katya eyes on education. A lot of questions remain for the start of the new school year, including what would happen if a student or a teacher tests positive for Corona virus. That's a great question, and that's actually a type of guidance that the Department of Health Services is working on for us. Superintendent of public instruction, Kathy Hoffman says it's also not clear if enough teachers will feel comfortable enough to come back. She encourages schools to find ways to accommodate those teachers so they can still work and we can avoid having massive teacher shortages. We know now distance learning isn't going away with the prospect of more distance learning. Ilana Lowry with common sense, media tells me there's a major digital divide among Arizona students, 29% of students. Across Arizona lack adequate access to the Internet. 19% of students do not have devices at home for distance learning. The governor's order postponing the start of the school year until August 17th is intended for in person. Class schools can actually resume on time through online learning. Arizona votes After a flurry.

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"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:36 min | 10 months ago

"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Sunny over in order to avoid Putting her neighbors health at risk sunny over to see MS Helmand pickup shopping list and then after a shopping trip deliver the bags some credible joined this morning by Karen and hopefully sunny is somewhere around as well heinous Karen. A good morning sunny slept in. He's been working hard right. Yes he's still up seriously. Been How old is sunny. Sunny today is six years old. Today's his birthday party and sunny has his own facebook. Page right yes he does. Where can we find? Where can we find? A Sunny Sundance delivers sundance. The golden retriever. And it'll just pop up. Yeah well let me tell you what he did yesterday as he just doesn't mazing things but I I Showed him the firewood and then I went back in the house and I asked him go get neither firewood just to see if he would do it and sure enough he did not go out there me and my partner mark were scanning in the living room and he went out and got that firewood and brought it in and I thought how handy will this become winner so mar my partner marks is having to do it again if it okay and I sent him back out there and sure enough. He grabbed that firewood and brought it in to the fireplace. So we were. We were just sitting around with our mouths open and then he he said you know what we need to put him in our commercials carpet. Clarence warehouse. I said absolute late so he will be the new rugged writer you might even write a carpet. Well given is obvious intelligence. I don't think there's much that sunny CANTU now. All you have to care in his teach him to stack the firewood now. Now wouldn't that be nice? Yeah now down to. What can he not do? You know I checked much weight. He can pick up and his limit is about ten pounds. Yeah so it's always have no dragon. Yes did sunny always have these characteristics was was prone to going and fetching things no actually. He wasn't in fact a breeder that we got him from he had about seven other siblings and they all went real fast and then it was just sunny by himself and she everybody kept looking and saying no no not for us not enough enthusiasm all kinds of different reasons and then She dropped the price fifty percent off. You know we went to see him and I looked into his beautiful. Arman shape dies and I knew immediately. This is an amazing dog so he started at about two years old. I recommend starting not too early but about two years old. I started with simple things like the shoe. 'cause I noticed he was interested in the shoe. I didn't know if you wanted to eat it or he didn't know what to do with it. So that's how it started. I said bring me the shoe bring it to Mama or the words and sure enough. He did not bring that to then. I said get the other shoe. And he went got other shoe. And that's basically I just kept asking more and more I'm like I have bad ankles and I have to navigate these stairs so I will send him upstairs for my purse. You gotta see the words clear and He will go upstairs into my bedroom. And get my purse and bring it down. And he's been doing that ever since he was two and is in stronger. I can't believe he does everything for the first time. You know it's like you don't have to it just against you know so what it is. It's his vocabulary. And he has all these words so I can line up a bunch of different things and ask them for something particular and he will get that particular item even though there's other items there so it is words vocabularies. Yeah tell us how this all works with your neighbor. Renee who is elderly has some underlying health conditions. Can't even go out for essential items on around today. She needs her prescription though. I will go and get her. Actually Sony will be going in to get the prescription so Yeah no she is on oxygen. She has heart problems and she's diabetic so he doesn't have anybody to help her. You know and I figured since he helps me you know I can send him there to help her and and the smile on. Her face is just amazing. Sure Yeah and she makes banana. Bread grows on a weekly and he went yesterday to pick up the banana bread and needed. Now he didn't need it and then when I opened it up I gave him a little piece. So he's he's very motivated. He gets a treat when he goes to her. And then he drops the bag soon as you see in her hand and then to bring bring it to. Mama take it now. Renee has a dog as well as Shitsu Do Son even takes treats over to her dog right he does. He had never done that before. Because I thought what most owners would figure that get a runoff in the bushes and they get them all but he. He didn't do it he put it into. Ziplock bag. The bag wasn't even punctured. He could see what the item is. Were and sure enough. He took those treats over to little nicky ESMA girl. You know it's amazing story sunny. It's just so heart warming and we're all looking for anything these days to put a smile grind face. That's exactly what this whole thing was supposed to be tested. No he would get as big as the got to be a little local thing. You know that I wanted to share with the world and you know being isolated is definitely not easy. I'm used to what I been isolated for over ten years myself so but other people. It's difficult for them. They don't know what to do. They're just you know tempers and all of that stuff everybody can just take a moment to to watch him and smile. Don't forget you need to smile. You need to find something to make you happy you know. So that's all I wanted to do was to help her and put a smile on the world's face and he has done exactly what he was supposed to do. Make everybody smile such a good boy particularly on today his sixth birthday humor from all of us and hug to you as well for Sunny Story. Your Song was perfect. We were hundred on facebook. Yes Oh please do. I thought you might appreciate that. But Yeah Sunny. A golden a golden retriever with that heart of gold before. I let you go this morning because I know you gotta get Sonny up an atom this morning to do was appointed rounds. But the Golden. The golden retriever got ripped off at the Westminster dog show. Isn't he though? Yeah I haven't seen anything that compares to what he's doing nothing you know. So yeah I'm I feel blessed and I'm happy to share sunny with the world well and we are fortunate that you feel that way. Karen Evola in Manitou springs with her. Amazing Golden Retriever. Retriever sunny. Thank you so much. Thank you gail be safe you as well eight forty nine now thirteen ten KFI KIA to UNC. Bears target game coverage lives on thirteen ten K. F. K. What will the NFL draft look like that and much more coming up on the next hole thirteen ten? Kfi Two on your Monday morning.

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"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

11:29 min | 10 months ago

"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Western petroleum. So pleased to be joined by Congressman. Ken Buck Congressman Baca. Welcome back to the show. Good Morning I appreciate your taking the time. Now you have long been very vocally opposed to the Stimulus package this third stimulus package that president trump a- signed into law and indeed. It was a supermarket. Sweep of a bill especially when it came to the dams cramming it full of pork. Yeah it is It is a bill that is a related. I guess in part to the corona virus issues that we're having right now Enlarge part it is unrelated. There are so many things in that bill that were left out of previous Appropriations bills and really a huge problem. Because we're we're talking about now. Having at least three trillion dollars of debt on our books as a result of overspending by the federal government. One of the things that bothers me gail is. Why don't we ever anticipate that we're going to have a hurricane or a pandemic or Some sort of natural disaster that we need to save money for and use that money we are always overspending and then we are. We are overspending more. When when we find out that we have a disaster subtype now you you voted against the Stimlje stimulus bill. The Koran virus aid relief and economic security or cares act because as you have long said. The Cure is far worse than the problem itself. It is and I have to tell you when you say voted against it. There was a voice vote. I went down to the well. I spoke against it. I submitted a written Remarks that would have that are clear that I am opposed to it but there was never recorded vote held and that was another one of the problems that we have is that leadership didn't want anybody to be accountable and so they didn't have recorded boat. Yeah absolutely right but as you well point out I mean very accurately point out. This is not a two trillion dollar stimulus. It's more around six trillion right. Can you break that down? Sure what Four hundred Four hundred billion dollars of the two trillion dollar stimulus is an amount that is given to the Fed and the Fed can leverage that four hundred billion dollars up to ten times so that four hundred billion dollars becomes four trillion dollars and Added to the two trillion dollars. You're looking at A total of six trillion dollars that the US will be in debt at some point in time. I think the thing that raise so many of our eyebrows. I was just shaking my head in disbelief for the provision for things like public broadcasting museums and libraries and the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. I mean God love him but really. Yeah. It's it's amazing bill And it's not to tell you it's not just Democrats. Republicans had their Their hand in the pot also We have been stealing from the treasury's for so long that I think A lot of the swamp critters that have been there for a long time. Don't even have a sense that that's what they're doing and that the American public will object to it and again when you're talking about two trillion dollars. Those things are only And I say only in princesses only You know a hundred million one hundred fifty million worth but There's other things that are just baffling There's one hundred fifty billion dollars for hospitals We're talking about a disease that the life span of that disease will be less than six months will be less than eight months. So how on Earth Can Hospitals in America spend a hundred fifty billion dollars in that time period they can and so this is really meant to go law far beyond just the time period. Gal If you remember the story Abou John Hickenlooper using Nine eleven recovery funds to pay his attorneys. I'm an ethics charge. That's nineteen years after nine eleven. He's using those recovery funds. And that's what we're looking at in this. Two trillion dollar bill is every state. Every governor every Agency in the federal government will have a pot of money set aside. I took -CCOMPLISH. Whatever it is. They want the down the road. And they're using corona virus as the excuse all right president trump expanding That Social distancing program. That was expected to end. I believe today it was originally a fifteen day Slow slow the spread of Corona Virus Yesterday announcing doubt indeed would be extended to April thirtieth and again You have been very very clear about Shutting down businesses. And that's what we're looking ahead toward for thirty more days. What will this do to the country so I think what? President trump is doing a lot of sense. What president trump is giving our advisories? He is talking about the fact that in in Most situations what we should try to do is make sure that we have this six foot distance between us or or Greater Try to stay home. Try TO You know go to a different Events or places less than we have been going to try to flat mccur. That's one thing. The governor's around the country some of the governors around the country have Gone in and and and I'm not criticizing them because we still don't know the The extent of this The spread of this disease. I mean we. We don't know more than we do at this point in time. That's right and a lot of the information that we do know is actually being withheld from a policy makers for example. I just read something yesterday. That over ninety five percent of the deaths in New York are individuals who have pre existing conditions like asthma or emphysema or other diseases or conditions shirt and and some of them are terminally ill. Cancer patients who who died a few months prematurely. But if you read just the number of deaths you would think that this disease was gonNA wipe out the population in America and so we really need to start sharing that information so we can work more directly. Focus our attention on a certain population groups. Let me ask you a question because there's a lot of Caterwauling going around about the constitutionality of Basically those stay at home orders and our freedom of assembly and To me it seems that that's a conversation not for now but perhaps for another time the concern of course is that Well those liberties will never be restored. Yeah I think the liberties will be restored. I think the question is whether this is a slippery slope and future leaders feel like they can use these powers more easily. I think what we have now as A situation where the governor of is said. You can't go to church. You can't go to a political events go rallies for example we won't have our state assembly in person this year state Republican Assembly but But the reason is a very valid reason we have this disease and the spread of this disease and it is deadly. So the governor has the power Just to spend a certain Civil Liberties the What what has to happen is we have to make sure we'll get those civil liberties back. We do everything we can to to protect those but The constitution gives Governors of the president the authority to suspend certain civil liberties in the time of an emergency. Lights this yeah. This is not unprecedented. I to my knowledge. It's happened at least three times throughout history. But meanwhile back to the stimulus bill The third iteration How do we pay for this? How where does the money come from and as to your concerns is the concern that the action by the Fed well actually cause higher inflation? I had well. There's GonNa be something ahead I don't know what the crash looks like I do know that we just brought the date of that crash up Pretty significantly I have heard anything from twelve to fifteen years from experts when they look at the Aging Population Workforce that we have in America when you look at other demographic factors and economic factors as interest rates rise. The cost on our debt will rise and be more significant portion of our budget And at some point The crash happens at this. A worldwide crashes nobody is GONNA bail out the US right. Congress now looking at fourth round of stimulus It seems to me. There's probably a lot of consternation over that I think there is. I think By some my others. They'll use a A crisis as an excuse to to spend money. But his congressman. That's right and and one of the things we have to do. Is We have to look at the lessons. Learned WE HAVE TO CHANGE. Laws like like hip So that we can share information better About trends diseases we have to look at other things so I think there will be legislation. That will come from this but More spending is certainly not what we being at. This point congressman. Ken Box. Certainly appreciate your being so gracious and generous with your time this morning. What is your message for us? Your constituents all my messages we will come back and we will be strong and and It won't be that long. It may be another two or three weeks. Maybe another four or five weeks but our economy will get back on track and we will be outdoors enjoying the the beautiful days in Colorado. And I am. I am an optimist and I really look forward to the time when We can mingle wants today and shake each other's I give each other a hug because it's part of who we are in in Colorado it in America. I love the glass half full philosophy. There's something to look forward to congressman. Thanks again for your time. Be well thank you. You also eight forty eight now thirteen ten. Kfi KFI thirteen ten Kfi am preps. Radio is northern Colorado's home for the best high school coverage we'll get you caught up on the latest sports scheduling information on the next hole. Show thirteen ten by the way. President trump did approve a Colorado's of major disaster declaration..

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"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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07:18 min | 10 months ago

"county department" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Trevor Reid writing and yesterday's Greeley trip there are now two hundred and sixteen known cases of Kovic. Nineteen in Weld County and nine deaths attributed to the novel Corona Virus Saito Eight. Now Thirteen ten. Kfi K. Mornings with Gail fueled by Great Western Petroleum. As of Sunday state officials have reported more than twenty three hundred known cases across the State with three hundred twenty six hospitalizations and forty seven. Deaths joined this morning by executive director. Weldon public Weld Department of Public Health and environment. Dr Mark Wallace Dr Wallace. Spin on the front lines as you are. Thank you for all that you and your colleagues are doing now seem so. We're having some technical difficulties with our telephonic equipment This morning Alrighty well meanwhile wanted to ask you and mica perhaps you could try to get Dr Wallace back on the line. If you would be so kind that would be great. Wanted to ask you though about these maps because I know I kind of looked at them with a bit of a quirk to eyebrow because once again you've probably seen them in the Greeley Trib but they are being put there for a reason because there is kind of a vacuum of information and unfortunate labor. While let's just say the human psyche doesn't like uncertainty Dr Mark Wallace on the line. Mica okay so trying to get in touch with Dr Watt there. You are Mark Wallace. Thank you so much for taking the time this morning. Absolutely all right So yes as your communications person said Eric Ako. We know it's here and we are dealing with. It is well. I don't think widespread is too much of a stretch. This as you announced a thirty four new cases and two more deaths bringing the total of Cove Nineteen cases in Weld County two Two hundred and Sixteen. Are we prepared? we are prepared. We're moving forward. We can We've got a lot of planning this week to bring some things online. They're gonNA help out Our hospitals and the folks who are Most needs care We need to continue to practice. What we've been talking about for awhile gotta stay home if you're sick and we've got to do that social distancing and I'm watching people give it a try but I'm going to encourage them to Try even harder to keep that space. Because we're finding a lot of the cases have been in close proximity to other people. Of course. Of course. Yeah I wanted to ask you about Those maps that give well the approximate location of the covered. Nineteen cases Throughout Weld County. Because that's been Matt Greeley trip didn't editorial saying that There little bit concerned over the vagueness of these maps but I understand it because well. There's a whole lot of concerns that you need to incorporate into making the decisions to put that information out there patient privacy among them. Right that's correct. We're trying to strike that balance and it's hard to do and we understand both sides of it what we were concerned about when we were working on those maps that a lot of folks are beginning to You know judge is if the Kobe. Nineteen only in one location. And that wasn't true. We needed to let people understand that Cove in nineteen is affecting communities across Weld County and so the maps are vague for that reason mainly just to say. Hey It's here Assume it's everywhere and that's what we're working to try and do so that balancing Let's not make it to specific As we're we're trying to protect the rights of the individual and the FDA approving a malaria drug to treat Cova nineteen this on top of the other treatments. That have been talked about. Tell us a little bit about The efficacy of those treatments to your knowledge. Where when I'M GONNA I'M GONNA have to be very careful of is and we appreciate that. The FDA is attempting to move quickly with approvals. We're going to have to rely on our Experts on the field here to these certain they're used correctly. We've already seen some stories of people you know trying to get hold of the medicines using them in incorrect doses and not medicine not intended for human use so we just want to be sort people stick with their clinician. Be sure that they're only taking it. If it's been prescribed by an expert locally it seems there is some promise there and it's interesting that you brought up I believe the hydroxy chloroquine and the Z pack. Seems there's some promise there with that but Yeah I believe One Gentleman in Arizona. Actually use something that he used the clean as fish tank with to trade himself. And no I mean you make sure that you are exercising caution and following your physicians Directions yeah that's correct is one of the things that when drugs and other treatments come through like this where they have undergone the full study that we would normally do. There is some risk and we WANNA be sure again that is being used really wisely consultation. with a clinician who is really able to follow this more closely as these drugs come out and are tried in different situations. Where do we stand with? Test kits and P. P. E. R. You know we're going to be Hosting a Dry through testing them over at the ranch in conjunction with the State Health Department and Larimer County That is a limited to people who are either healthcare professionals or Emergency personnel. Like our fire and police Who have symptoms but haven't been able to return to work because of a lack of test that we're going to provide some testing over there tomorrow and possibly again on Friday so we're beginning to see some more of those test kits showing up here in northern Colorado. And that's a big help. I especially in these people that we want to be. Sure I'm can stay healthy and get back to work if we can get them attest it's been called a game changer. This as the FDI FDA. Excuse me Authorizes Abbott Lamps Portable Five Minute Corona Virus Test? It's the size of a toaster. Yes we're I'm hopeful that some of these will really help that we've got a look at them closely Be sure that they're going to be accurate and telling us a negative so that we don't get people to false impression on that it's negative so I know we're looking taking a close look at that. We want to be sure that they're going to be really reliable. But obviously they're going to be a help as they come out. And we begin to see where we can use these to gain more people of access to treat the testing in the meantime social distancing exceedingly important to Flatten the curve and slow the spread of Cova nineteen washing your cans. All of the things that you have been recommending remain in effect absolutely absolutely. Those are critically important tax. Mike Wallace thank you so much for your time. The update this morning certainly do appreciate it. Absolutely go thank you be. Well dodger. Mark Wallace Executive Director Weld County Department of Public Health and environment..

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KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"county department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"LA county department of public health director Barbara fairer says the median age for all cases in the county's forty seven Ferris says while younger people in good health may have a better outcome if they come down with the corona virus they make up one of the largest groups of people testing positive officials also say the Sheraton Fairplex hotel in Pomona will provide temporary housing for those with COPD at nineteen I drive through testing site for coronaviruses ending today in riverside county officials say the clinic will be open from nine thirty AM until three o'clock today at the diamond baseball park in lake Elsinore however people who want to be tested for corona virus must make appointments in advance the number to call is eight hundred and nine four five six one seven one only city council officials are cracking down on price gouging because of coronavirus LA city attorney Mike fewer says the law prohibits increasing prices by more than ten percent during this emergency the nearest the posting of inflated prices is spurring panic and our job is to say we're working hard we're getting ahead of the curve we got this he says it's also against the law to make false cure claims for products like vitamin C. or other herbal remedies at their Los Angeles police officer has tested positive for corona virus and was exhibiting symptoms several days this week at the LAPD central division which patrols parts of downtown LA the officer returned recently from a vacation abroad and was reportedly copping and sweating during roll call the affected officer has been quarantined all the lights are still on a live LADWP is put the word out to customers to disregard any mailed notices the power and water are going to be shut off for non payment and an update of the advisory the DWP the house as penalty fees for non payment will be waived during the run of the corona virus pandemic make no mistake the LADWP wants people to pay their bill if they are not experiencing financial hardship and the department reminds tap water in LA is safe for drinking no need to hoard bottled water Michael should pay KFI news and in New York New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the army corps of engineers has picked four sides to use US hospitals to treat coronavirus patience we're looking at Javits to Stony Brook SUNY Westbury the western Westchester convention center he says the state is sending one million and ninety five masks to New York City hospitals and has purchased six thousand new ventilators to be used in the most critical areas for the most up to date information on the corona virus you can check out our website.

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"county department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"county department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Los Angeles Kings County department of public health and the federal centers for disease control and prevention at this time we have a limited supply of tasks and are only able to test those with symptoms we do not have drive through testing at this time we are postponing some elective surgeries and procedures to free up capacity and personal a lot of protective equipment we do have visitor restrictions in place and we would ask you to go to our website at T. V. H. C. dot org for specific information because that is updated frequently thank you I'd like now to introduce barber for her the director of public health for Los Angeles county good afternoon and thank you so much Steve I also want to thank all of the courageous leaders who are here today of particular thanks to supervisor barbarian supervisor so these who have from the first day we heard about a new virus in China have insisted that this county do all that we can do to both prepare and take decisive actions to make sure that we can both manage what's before us but just as importantly take every step possible to slow down the spread of covered nineteen I'm so I'm here to update you and and I also want to thank our wonderful partners the mayor Sandoval Mister Santana and Steve from Pomona valley hospital this is a perfect example of a community coming together all the folks at the Fairplex Sheridan coming up with a solution that's desperately needed and then executing all within their community are the ability to call in fact offer something that's so desperately needed by many many people across the county so I want to applaud everybody in Pomona and that everybody who works so hard under the leadership of their mayor and with the support from the board of supervisors here to make this possible it will be hugely important as we go through the weeks I had to have disabilities that can care for people who need to be isolated and are quarantined today were reporting a sixty one new cases are that means we had a hundred and one new cases are reported in the last forty eight hours and the total number of cases of recovered nineteen here in LA county is two hundred and ninety two are these cases include twelve cases as reported by our partners in the city of Long Beach and two cases reported by the city of Pasadena are the median age offer all told for the total all of our cases is now about food so it's about forty seven there are hundred and thirty eight people between the ages of eighteen and sixty five that were diagnosed as positive with covert nineteen and I'm I'm going to start trying to present this data so that everyone can understand that the risk is spread across everybody who lives here in LA county and that.

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"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the cook county department of public health say that and Illinois patient has tested positive for coal that nineteen RB corona virus of the test results still have to be confirmed by the centers for disease control for now the patient is hospitalized in isolation under CDC protocols public health officials are working to identify and actively monitor individuals a wide contact with the patient and the effort to lower the risk of the corona virus being transmitted to anyone else while there has been an increase in the number of diagnosed coronavirus cases in the U. S. the CDC says they've been expecting that they've also issued thousands of new tests to help local authorities spot the illness but ABC is Adrian banker it says the trump administration is saying there is no reason at all to panic health officials stressed that eighty percent of coronavirus cases are deemed mild and that those with existing underlying health conditions especially respiratory problems are most at risk with the viral outbreak spreading to more countries the price of oil has taken a drop with global demand weakening the list of countries touched by a covert nineteen is now almost sixty added to the list Mexico Belarus Lithuania New Zealand Nigeria Azerbaijan Iceland and the Netherlands all reporting their first cases many cook county state's attorney's office has asked the FBI for help investigating a shooting at the red line grand street station Friday afternoon this.

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"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the cook county department of public health say that and Illinois patient has tested positive for coal that nineteen RB corona virus of the test results still have to be confirmed by the centers for disease control for now the patient is hospitalized in isolation under CDC protocols public health officials are working to identify and actively monitor individuals a wide contact with the patient and the effort to lower the risk of the corona virus being transmitted to anyone else while there has been an increase in the number of diagnosed coronavirus cases in the U. S. the CDC says they've been expecting that they've also issued thousands of new tests to help local authorities spot the illness but ABC is Adrian banker it says the trump administration is saying there is no reason at all to panic health officials stress that eighty percent of coronavirus cases are deemed mild and that those with existing underlying health conditions especially respiratory problems are most at risk with the viral outbreak spreading to more countries the price of oil has taken a drop with global demand weakening the list of countries touched by covert nineteen is now almost sixty added to the list Mexico Belarus Lithuania New Zealand Nigeria Azerbaijan Iceland and the Netherlands all reporting their first cases we cook county state's attorney's office has asked the FBI for help investigating a shooting at the red line grand street station Friday afternoon this happened.

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"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 11 months ago

"county department" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of the cook county department of public health say that and Illinois patient has tested positive for coal that nineteen RB corona virus of the test results still have to be confirmed by the centers for disease control for now the patient is hospitalized in isolation under CDC protocols public health officials are working to identify and actively monitor individuals a wide contact with the patient and the effort to lower the risk of the corona virus being transmitted to anyone else while there has been an increase in the number of diagnosed coronavirus cases in the U. S. the CDC says they've been expecting that they've also issued thousands of new tests to help local authorities spot the illness but ABC is Adrian banker it says the trump administration is saying there is no reason at all to panic health officials stress that eighty percent of coronavirus cases are deemed mild and that those with existing underlying health conditions especially respiratory problems are most at risk with the viral outbreak spreading to more countries the price of oil has taken a drop with global demand weakening the list of countries touched by covert nineteen is now almost sixty added to the list Mexico Belarus Lithuania New Zealand Nigeria Azerbaijan Iceland and the Netherlands all reporting their first cases we cook county state's attorney's office has asked the FBI for help investigating a shooting at the red line grand street station Friday afternoon this happened.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"county department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The LA county department of public health lays out what it's doing to try to prevent the spread of the new corona virus first spotted in China well the respiratory illness has killed hundreds of people and sickened thousands more mostly in China there's been only one confirmed case in the county and that person had recently traveled to Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak the department says it's helping federal officials with the safe transport of travelers coming to LA acts from China who need to be quarantined they'll be isolated at the airport and then taken to March air reserve base in riverside county for monitoring the department is also establishing protocols for anyone who needs to be monitored at home the risk here is low Dr mun two Davis county health officer will not say how many people the department may have under observation before being observed mean preparing their place doing one thing you do away from others so really knowing those numbers on second serve anything concrete combines the terms of public information around find additional cases of the eleven confirms corona virus cases in the US six are in California including the one in LA county and another one in Orange County click to get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio San Diego man is awaiting word on when his wife and two young children will be returning to the US from Wuhan China they were visiting family when the corona virus broke out and they been trapped in an apartment for more than a month can Burnett tells KFMB TV in San Diego he's received word from the state department that his family would get seats on an evacuation flight but it's not clear when he's hoping he can help them during that time period when their quarantine but knows it's unlikely I know it's like really not possible but it would be nice if I just went in there with them from the beginnings so we all serve the two weeks together and I can help out see the kids marine corps air station Miramar and three other military bases nationwide have been chosen to house a thousand people who may require quarantine following overseas travel in China apple says is temporarily closing its forty two stores in mainland China one of its largest markets out of an abundance of caution because of the virus outbreak it comes as experts warn of a big economic impact on the US doctor sung woo song is a professor of economics at Loyola Marymount today our economy will not function very well of without supplies from China at the moment I guess we don't have any serious problems but if this does go on that I think that that could create bottlenecks in the supply chain he says China has become a much bigger player on the financial world stage since the last major disease outbreak that involves sars in two thousand two coming up we're gonna check in at least hours and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary there's something about protecting people's homes to progressive that inspires me because I just had an idea for a book well it was originally an idea for a movie based on a play inspired by a podcast but the idea.

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"county department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"county department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You by LA county department of public health from the clear choice dental implants center's traffic center there is a better way we have a crash on the tenant downtown LA on the westbound side it Matteo street middle lane is blocked pushing it back from the five at a Boyle heights it's just a solid drive their eastbound delays backing up out of Santa Monica from twentieth street all the way back to the five thought to Santa Fe springs with Mike o'brien KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyers dot com angel looks like a bunny rabbit got problems here six oh five shop about a little before the five right telegraph they've been in the car pulled up where you left lanes for quite some time it's like the laser just clearing up but it's slow to recover way back out of industry fact it looks like way back to the sixty sixty all the breaks east LA under changeover to roast beef Boulevard once again pretty but from last year the heights to the fifty seven dollar stretcher cheat on Ontario and with his troubles at riverside sixty west about it just double fast mainstreet before rubato Boulevard got a problem there in the right lane and that is expert type back toward UC riverside injured in an accident baited super Walmart super lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI in the sky this update is sponsored by one eight hundred a lot too K. F. eye in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez drive safely and keep your eyes on the road but unfortunately accidents happen so you need to be prepared if you are injured get the power of experienced attorneys today call one eight hundred the law to that's one eight hundred eight.

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"county department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"county department" Discussed on KOMO

"Now schedule county's department of health is shot this area off to shellfish harvesters because of that paralytic shellfish poisoning or P. S. P. health officials say if someone were to eat any shellfish with PSP and it's the toxin starts to attack a person's nervous system causing people to become paralyzed consuming even higher levels can even kill someone it comes from toxic algae that is blooming throughout the water around the San Juan and along Washington's northwestern coast not only can you find it and oysters and clams but the muscles and scallops too we spoke with them a lawyer he harvesting scallops and says he times his harvesting season around algae blooms because this toxin grows naturally he says many non commercial harvesters may not be as knowledgeable everybody likes to go grab foresters or in shallow waters they don't move around they wind up where is the high levels of PSP because of that the folks over its gadget county public health department say they aren't sure when the levels will go down but they'll be testing at least once a week now when it comes to restaurant shellfish the health department says it's okay to eat that because it's already been tested before it makes its way to your plate is gadget county Nick pop up come on it since in Kennewick will head back to school on time earlier today the Catholic education association voted to approve a new two year agreement with the district a tentative contract had been reached between teachers in the Catholic school district late Thursday night first day of school for the unions nine hundred educators the district's eighteen thousand students is Tuesday September third comedies time nine forty and that the sports desk Texas Rangers beat the mariners six to three down in Texas and couples bill sports as it appears the Seahawks have made a call about their number two quarterback after last night's seventeen fifteen win over Oakland Seattle like the rest of the NFL must say so long to enough players to reach the fifty three man limit by one o'clock Saturday it's been a very successful preseason and a very successful offseason for this group and it gives us a chance to have a really nice club I don't think any other net I think we have a really good team CBS sports and other sources report the sea hawks and cut quarterback Paxton Lynch leaving Gino Smith is Russell Wilson's primary backup both Washington Washington state will have new starting quarterback for their home openers tomorrow the Huskies go with junior transfer Jacob Easton against visiting eastern Washington it's a noon kick off with coverage starting at seven on como news one thousand FM ninety seven seven Washington state host New Mexico state Saturday night with a fifth year senior Anthony Gordan taking the snaps sports update two ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies scum owner Deborah was begin.

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"county department" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"county department" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Speaking of the NRA's annual convention for the third year in a row, the president warned that his political opponents want to take away your guns. You better get out there and vote he also announced the US withdrawal from the UN arms trade treaty. We will never allow bureaucrats. To trample on your second amendment. He signed a letter taking the action in front of the NRA crowd before tossing the pen into the audience. Greg Clugston, Washington. And and in other news, President Trump is sending troops to the Mexican border. Pentagon shift from previous policy is about to send troops to the Mexican border. That will include one hundred cooks will hand out meals to avoid troops coming in contact with migrants in the past troops, supporting national guardsmen and other authorities had avoided any migrant contact. That is correspondent Keith Peters. Reporting California State University. Los Angeles says six hundred fifty six students and staffers possibly exposed to measles are under quarantine that number of sharply. From the initial report of one hundred ninety eight employees and students told the stay at home earlier in the week. The Los Angeles County department of public health says that the number of confirmed cases among county residents remains at five Amazon prime members soon won't have to wait as long for their deliveries day delivery. Going out of style. Amazon said this week it will soon promise one day delivery, or at you as prime members on most items upping, the competitive pressure on retail rivals, WalMart and target. Correspondent John Scott's Russian Maria Boutin will have to serve nine more months in prison on her guilty plea for conspiring to actives unregistered foreign agent more on these stories at townhall dot com. Last year's markets ended in a roller coaster this can.

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"county department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"county department" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"LA county department of public works crews are patrolling the Wolsey fire burn area and other places where the risk is higher for mudslides and debris flows director of public works. Mark Petrella tells KNX that they spent a lot of time before this recent series of storms, clearing drains and debris basins during the event. We're keeping the flow moving if you will. So that we can keep our community safe from potential debris private property damage or injury. This jealous says people in the trank is canyon area of Malibu should the on alert in case they're told to evacuate. He says a flood system there is working, but is under reduced capacity rewards are being offered to try and. Solve two killings in the north San Fernando Valley from two thousand eighteen Pedro Hernandez was killed last September. We'll try to break up a fight at a party in similar were hundred people were present consistent Juliana offered. A tearful plea to those who remained silent about the murder was a young person who did it in my heart. I forgive you. But you need to come up and say, I messed up I shouldn't have fired Rosalia Baltasar called on. Anyone who knew the details for those who had killed her son Gregory at the front door of their home a year ago, it won't help where he Selena bed. Lease anything can help please come forward with any information in if you know out there, please do the right thing fifty thousand dollar rewards have now been posted for information leading to the arrest and convictions in both those cases police assure tipsters they can remain anonymous at LAPD mission station. Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio California Public health officials are asking doctors to be on the lookout for measles sell for new among the ten states. That have reported measles cases to the CDC. So far this year. Dr Karen Smith estates public health officer says there's been no uptick in California given outbreaks elsewhere, including Washington state. They're sending out alerts to doctors here that they're reminded of measles as a potential when they see especially children with respiratory infection because needles dairy infectious before even you developed the rash you can be infectious with no symptoms, and then the first symptoms typically occur. Look a lot like the common cold. The LA county department of public health has had no reports of measles cases. Since the start of the year. There were five cases reported last year. Smith says if you think your child may have measles notify the doctor's office before going in to avoid spreading the virus. The best protection, she says vaccination club, skew KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. It's four thirty.

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"county department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"county department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of LA county's department of child and family services has he's outraged by recorded call of abuse associate worker laughed about covering her. But while reporting the abuse of Anthony, envelopes, prosecutors say the boy's mom and her boyfriend murdered the boy in June after years of torture. The DCFS directors ordered an investigation in the phone call and says he will take action all lanes of Malibu canyon road and PCH have reopened following closures caused by large mudslide during the closure yesterday. Homeowners construction crews in the area posted warnings to ward off criminal activity oncein said enlarge letters looting. Here will be a fatal mistake rang related evacuation or orders, we'll be staying in place overnight in orange and riverside counties where a fire recently burned from holy Jim canyon into lake Elsinore at least one mudslide. There has been reported in lake Elsinore. The city's mayor Natasha Johnson tells NBC four she and some of her staffers got caught in a bit of a flash flood that happened within ten minutes trust that was a. An a very real experience to know that we keep saying in a matter of minutes, it could change, but really truly changed in a matter of minutes. Mandatory evacuations in Orange County offer homes within Tribus creek, some Jewish members of the cannabis community of L A or a hosting event called marijuana. The American Israel cannabis association says this Saturday's event will celebrate the festival of lights and feature a fully cater Hanako dinner events free to those who RSVP but pot delivery will be available on site. A police officer in Georgia has been shot in the face while answering a call to a dentist office outside of Atlanta people who showed up to work yesterday morning found a man in his office. Call police officer Michael Smith tried to talk with the man, but he put up a fight the officer fired a stun gun, but it had no effect on the man Natalie Emmons with the Georgia Bureau of investigations has a shot was fired from the officer's gun is the two men struggled for the weapon. It's not clear..

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"county department" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"county department" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The county department of environmental health is issued a general rain advisory warning county residents to avoid contact with water at all coastal beaches and bays due to today's rainfall. A US official says no criminal charges will be filed against a forty two migrants. Arrested during Sunday's caravan protest at the border that ended with tear-gas at least nine people are in police custody after a panga boat washed ashore in the beach in. Whether it's rainy and sixty two degrees at Lindbergh field in sports the chargers play in Pittsburgh, Sunday AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news Friday morning, Armstrong and Getty show. I Joe Getty. You've been asked to adjudicate a real racism or faked up. Social Justice warriors scam case, and I will now back to Mike Slater AM. Seven sixty talk and breaking news. On halo. Every city. I go to whatever rains people always say people in insert sitting here. Don't know how to drive in the rain is where they're like, really good. Oh, yeah. In Oklahoma really going to drive into the rainier. So good like NASCAR. As a South Carolina's people in South Carolina. Don't on a drive in the rain. David San Diego Donata driving the lane. And the rain now knows how to drive in the rain. We'll take one more call. But I say that because this is actually the gentlemanly a nice nice, solid rainstorm. And be careful. Let's go to Donald we'll wrap up our global warming chat for the day. It's going on Donald how I. I'm doing okay. I had a helmet I had to do. And. During your media warming period of about eighty thousand degrees warmer than it is. And in the warming Jerry about fifteen hundred BC. Degrees warmer than it is today. So what are they worried that my point eight degrees about anyway? Yeah. I don't know. I really I don't know. I Don I appreciate the call. We've been much warmer we've been much colder or all within the margin of..

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"county department" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"county department" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The county department happened crunch numbers that if the market does this or the market does that you know and it down to like if that's four percent or does he does not reach but what money we pay bake on the deferrals to be able to cover the deferrals ooh what the plan was if he knew what money he was making he wouldn't have the accounting department jump through hoops say threat well pond his eight two white thing kinda guy he truly is he is a gentleman and he has has very high character so so like i get upset for him when people start thinking wild duck plus i sat next tomb of games he was ridiculously over the top passionate about witty and so they do want to win but they also are business spend that there were other lick of business and there is some times wise the kirk flick with the finn who has a passion that they're like i don't care about your business plan i just want to win but we all run our lives where businesses and they try to do when you were the general manager of this team in two thousand two thousand one the met payroll and i i mean i i see it on the web you want to tell me i'm wrong about it was topped who was top free does it a second highest payroll in baseball in two thousand three i know and a great year that year so i think we looked at met ownership back then i know i didn't said okay throughout the yankees we get it the yankees in the yankees but boy they go out there and they spend and that shows the fans that they're trying even if it doesn't work when use site and you're right hey they were twelve th and payroll last year pulse not that good man that's middle of the pack and i think the way you spend shows us how much you really care especially on we fat more favors we're always here in his stuff well you know all this is waiting for the market to come back dan you know or like i said adrian i what you me the first voyaging is also very ill number two the only reason mets of any interested in him the.

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