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"governor dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"V N Your thoughts. On what Governor DeWine has now handed down. Starting Thursday. The curfew will be for the state of Ohio 10 P.m.. 5 A.m. So between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. There is a curfew the doing this for 21 days for three weeks. Closing retail establishments. You know, and something I thought was very interesting that just occurred during this pressure that still going on. No answer for whose enforcing this and what are the penalties? So those two questions which I think a relatively basic concerning the curfew. There were no answers from the governor as far as whose enforcing and what are the penalties. And then he went on to say We're not looking for a heavy hand that if officers, police officers Pull people over there, not looking for that. He's saying he's painting a picture of people hanging out at a gas station. And if they're hanging out there, it's Hey, What are you doing? Break it up. It's you know, after 10 p.m. whatever before it's 5 A.m.. It's you know, you're in the middle of the curfew had home You know, and that's what they're looking to do. They're looking to make sure that your home between 10 P.m. and 5 a.m., however, There is a bit of fuzziness here because when you start to try to figure out what exactly retail establishment will be closed, he said. It's okay to be at the grocery store or what have you But he said, if it's a walk in type establishment retail establishment Heidi Meyer, Wal Mart and he didn't list those, He just said. If it's a walk in that it should have to be. It would be closed from my understanding everything they grocery stores of you were a grocery store, you are able to stay open. So Meyer and Wal Mart within Be considered that obviously they're hybrid, but they would be allowed to be open. This is a closed the clothing area I get. Yeah, they put up barriers. You can't get the clothes, the yellow tape around the clothing time He was talking all I heard my head with he's.
Ohio Gov. DeWine says it’s time to get serious as state hits another coronavirus record
"Governor DeWine announcing a record high for new Corona virus cases tonight, today we're reporting 2425. New cases since yesterday. This is the highest number We've ever reported on a single day since this Started in Ohio seven have months ago.
Joe Biden in Michigan
"Presidential nominee, Joe Biden went to Grand Rapids, Michigan and delivered a campaign speech. Now Now everyone everyone was was socially socially distance, distance, and and the the former former vice vice president president did did wear wear a a mask. mask. But But technically, technically, according according to to the the CDC, CDC, since since he he was was in in the the room room with with President President Trump, Trump, he he was was supposed supposed to be Quarantine for 14 days. Michigan Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer was asked on CNN's state of the union if she was concerned about the vice president being in her state. I didn't because, you know, we know that Joe Biden has been taken. This virus seriously has been following the science. The Trump Administration, on the other hand, has been misleading. America has been ridiculing mask wearing Has downright undermined the efforts that governors like me and earlier guests. Governor DeWine have been trying to get people to mask up. This fire's doesn't care who you are. It doesn't care what side of the aisle you're on. It doesn't care what Side of the state line you're on. It is still very present. Joe Biden has been following the science and modeling the kind of behavior that we should all be emulating because our lives are on the line. And as far as Michigan Supreme Court, striking down the governor's Corona virus executive orders she has one solution. Vote him out of office, Mr Gander. Opportunity to weigh in on our Supreme Court on this November 3rd ballot and hoping they elect McCormick and Welsh because we've got to have justices who do the right thing and follow the rule of law. More news online
Governor DeWine: Only one county still in the red
"DeWine says there are now nine counties that the red level of covert 19 the lowest number since the alert system was started in Ohio A few weeks ago. The only local county in the red is Clermont, Clermont County. Remains read this week. The county meets five indicators will continue to keep an eye on numbers in Clermont County. Although there are limited small outbreaks in majority of spread isn't a community. And health officials told us they're seeing household transmission
Strict precautions at apparent first high school football game since pandemic began
"Governor. DeWine's guidelines on high school sports will not be released until early next week. We're gonna have announcement on Tuesday. The wine has been working with the State High School Athletic Association to in his words, get it right. We're going to restrict the number of fans. We want the athletes to compete. We want the young people to have their season. The governor wants to make sure parents or other people important to the kids are allowed in the stands.
Ohio Gov. Tests Negative for COVID-19 Hours After Positive Result
"Governor Mike Dewine tested negative for corona virus just hours after another test registered a positive result raising concerns over the accuracy of Cova tess governor wine first tested positive yesterday morning. Using a rapid antigen tests with allows for results in minutes, but has been shown to be less accurate that test was part of the protocol for those greeting president trump on the tarmac airport in Cleveland Governor Dewine. Then returned to Columbus and took a second test. From Ohio, State University's Medical Center this time using a more standard procedure known as P., C. R. and results came back negative in the evening that second test which looks at these specific genetic material for the virus is known to be more sensitive and accurate, but more time intensive, and it requires sales to be processed in a lab. Wine sample was run twice and came back negative both times, Jonathan. Lemaire, you're on that trip your with the president right now, traveling this test was administered because governor dewine was going to greet president trump on the tarmac there in Ohio. What were the ripple effects of that News Air Force One? Good Morning I'm today in new. Jersey, don't be too jealous not far from the president's Bedminster Golf Club where he is spending a three day weekend, but you're right yesterday we landed here last late last night. From Ohio and perhaps not in the first line of my career obituary will note that I was in the room when the president said. But yeah. But more than that, it's the governor and that initially initial test. Shadowed the entire trip, the president spent the day at Ohio, which in itself, of course, was noteworthy state that he won handily in two thousand sixteen. But this time around did the polling shows about Joe. Biden shows you president trump diminished standing in this race that he has to spend time resource energy in states like Ohio. Yesterday, he was in. Texas, last week having to play defense and it was as we. We were about to take off from Washington on Air. Force One. When we got news, the governor had tested positive and he no longer will be able to be there on the tarmac when we landed. Of course, he wasn't there president was greeted in Cleveland by other other officials, other representatives I addressed briefly saying that he thought the governor would hopefully would be okay, but it goes to show you the entire. Centered around a speech. The president touted his economic policies He turned toward a whirlpool factory in Ohio, Tout American manufacturing in its rebirth under his watch although, of course. American. Manufacturing sector has really stalled by in the last year or two. But. He chose he can never outrun the virus everything was trying to yesterday and then included a fundraiser as well was shadowed by this, and then of course, last night after we landed here in New Jersey, we got second test proved negative, but it raises questions about the accuracy of these tests and includes those White House. If you remember Texas last week Congressman Gohmert was going to be on the Air Force One. He wasn't because he tested positive. Seems like subsequent tests indicate that as well. But this causes the question. Everyone comes into contact with the president that includes his. Medic officials on the road that includes reporters at the white. House before the one, I took that same test yesterday, the governor wanted in Ohio. We're all screen, and now this has been number of high profile. Cases, governor. But also staffers and reporters where there's been a false negative at first were a false positive. It calls into question just how accurate and safe. All these tests are for anyone including those traveling with commander in chief.
"governor dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"At this point testing negative. Lieutenant Governor John He's dead. Testing negative is a matter of fact. Lieutenant Governor Houston's stayed And ah is up there with the president. We saw the president shout out to him during his speech earlier that up in Cleveland, so the president coming to Ohio the standard protocol is to get tested since you're going to be around the president. And Lo and behold, positive is what Governor DeWine ends up testing for Covert 19. They said that he is going to he's back. I believe now and he's going to get another test. And if that one goes positive, it begs the question. There'll be two positive test added to the total for the state of Ohio. So of course, yeah, Also, I want to welcome in. I was just making sure she their station again from ABC. Six, Fox 28 Are you there? I just want to know I'm here, guys. Yeah. Good. So, yes. So pretty shocking news. I got eye when it came across my phone earlier. I was like, Wow, it was pretty shocking. I am really glad to hear That he's not having any symptoms and absolute clearly that he's not sick, agree or disagree with the governor and his policies. And that would be I would think anybody listening. You don't want to wish something like that on on him or his family, especially given he has all those grandkids and his kids that he talks about when he's just hoping play there. You just hope and pray They're all okay. As well. But right and he's no season his 70 70 73 I believe so. Your thoughts when you saw that he was positive. Stay show. Oh, man, I mean, total shock because You know that the governor in particular, we're talking about precautions, extra precautions in place being taken, and no one is taking this virus more seriously than Governor Mike DeWine, so that just goes to show in my mind. How easily transmissible this virus really is. Yep, Yep. Yep. Um Yeah, the masks the social distancing all of those things that you know he is practice least you want to believe that he's practicing? Probably. More stringent than anybody, just about anybody like you just said. Do you think he's embarrassed by having it Know what I think he's going to do. If I know him. He'll turn this around, and he'll kind of go the route. That station was just saying he'll say, I've been militant about my practicing social distancing in washing hands and making sure I'm staying safe and wearing a mask. They can get anyone. So he's going to turn this into a lesson for all the state of Ohio. That's what I think I agree with that. But I'm just saying, like, you know, when hymen Friend are having A conversation just between the two of us. He was going so I don't have my guess is he's just Probably more shocked than any of us. Honestly, the Keeter, you know, he turned to Fran. He turned to his bride as he likes to refer to her. And and he said You gotta be kidding. Yeah, I mean, like, you know, I just I could not believe of all the people. To be shocked When announcement like this is made. I have to say, I never thought we would hear from the governor. I bet he uses this to spin it as if I can get it, man. Look how and I take all these precautions and you know, we're very, very careful. I bet to avoid that feeling of embarrassment. I think he's going to spend it as this is how sneaky this virus is. And Look at house acceptable. You are even if you're doing all those things, So you know this is why I did things you know, X Y and Z. I think he can probably make a case for himself there. That that's what he'll do is to say if it can get me, Khun get anybody and that's why I have to close bars. That's why I have to do this. That we can't have nice that right. Hey, how easy is it to dio contact? Tracing with him? Wouldn't be. You would think it would be pretty easy every minute of his life. He's planned out right for the most so the contact tracing they should be able to figure out where he may have got at once They dive into it once they start breaking it down. You would think a guy like him is very, very detailed. Every move he makes. If I could quote the police, every breath you take CE will be tracing you. It really is his schedule. His plan is all laid out. Very specifically, they should be able to if anybody was going to figure out where he may have come into contact with it. You'd think it would be Governor DeWine Unless, of course, it was some after hours Speakeasy owner he was out of B dubs having a couple of wings 11. 30. Actually, I was dropped yogis doing Crown Royal with Josh. Looks like you know, it's trying to work things out Teno one, and then the cove. It just came bursting through the door Attacked. This is demonstrating Reared its ugly head at 10 01 so he's going according to quarantine at his home, Corrine Tine at his home. What was wrong with me? He's going to Cortina at his home in Cedarville for the next couple of weeks. Now he's got a press conference during Valentine's Day. That's your core in time. Will you be my corns? Yeah, He just left the governor's mansion and we're going to hear from him at 4 30 Yeah, we're going to bring that live. We're going to carry that live, I suppose, right. Probably assume our partners over there were stations that'll be carrying it, so we'll probably will jointly joined that with them. So, yes, we will have that lives for 30. So I guess it'll be from his home in Cedarville, where he's But we've seen him on numerous shows. He calls it the farm farm. We've seen him on numerous numerous shows over the weekends when he goes on national, you know, talk shows, so he's gotta set up there from his house. I believe that's where it is, anyway. So yeah, we'll be. We'll be bringing that to you again coming up at 4 30 What else about this guy? You're not hobnobbing with the prez station. We had Mike pence a couple of weeks ago, Right? Right. Well, I told the president No. I have the Marc Blazer show. I cannot miss it. Yeah, otherwise hash tag priorities was that I was talking about, and he said he was a big fan, and he totally understood. And so the next time he comes to town Yeah, The president has never asked me for hair tips. Not once, and I believe that No, I can't. I mean, I got the sweet cough. I could understand. Would you tell him shave it or I probably would say give in. But right now it's trademark is its trademark hair..
"governor dewine" Discussed on WTVN
"But restrictions ease as twenty two states reported increased hospitalizations rise in eight states Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti says Jim's museums and day camps can re open but as I always say in these briefings just because you can't open doesn't mean that you have to open take your time do it right in some cases you may decide not to do so Dr Anthony Fauci says it's possible to re open the country and stop Kovic spread things that are common sense wearing a mask trying as best as possible to keep distance continuing to wash your hands it shouldn't be an old one nine EDT completely locked in well you just don't abide by any of the recommendations of the ministration overturns an Obama era protections for transgender people against sex discrimination in health care determinations be based on biology alone it comes on the fourth anniversary of the deadliest attack on the gay community the pulse nightclub shooting massacre in Orlando in a nod towards efforts to end racial injustice Nike the NFL and other businesses will give employees a day off for June team for the first time June nineteenth it's when in eighteen sixty five an army general came to Galveston Texas to announce the end of the civil war and slavery you're listening to ABC news there's a new bill at the Ohio statehouse to improve police training in Ohio it will among other things create a standard for discipline in all police departments that includes hiring arbitrators the mayor of Columbus will sign an executive order that requires an independent investigation of all police related deaths injure gathers says it will cover both the use of force by police and deaths in police custody the Ohio BCI and the state Attorney General will be tasked with checking the incidents for wrong doing Columbus police chief Thomas Quinlan said he has confidence a BC I will conduct comprehensive and impartial investigations in there says city council agreed to work on legislation that would codify his order and make it a permanent law I'm Scott Jennings today the Cincinnati mayor took part in a ceremony to pin badges on forty cadets who will become new police officers police confirm perform a vital function for our city and citizens and so I do not support the funding the police there's likely to be an increased need for training officers going forward and investing in equipment that will keep officers safe safer and this is a firm mayor John Cranley is proposed budget provides an extra million dollars to Cincinnati police Ohio's former state health director is going to spend some time on Sesame Street Dr Amy actors going to join big bird and other characters for a town hall episode about the corona virus the ABC's of covert nineteen airs at ten o'clock in the morning tomorrow and CNN Dr Sanjay Gupta and gold medalist Simone Biles will also be part of that show doctor act and step down from her role with governor DeWine yesterday hi Matt Rees your next headline update happens at the bottom of the hour on newsradio six ten WTVN an aide in has hasn't secondhand smoke as she gazed as muscle back to the point where he at the end of an emergency room and he has been multiple nights in intensive care now he's on a whole bunch of medications might say to you is don't be shy to tell people not to smoke on the.
"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"Do you think it will be needed to be extended? Thank you. That second question is I. Don't know yet We're certainly going to look at that. you know I will look at the. Wording resolution. And we'll take a look at. My. Comment today about that is you know? if you look at the language, of our group that we put together to to look at these issues as far as health disparities there are huge health disparities in the state of Ohio. among people of Color. and. We're committed to doing everything in our power. To change those numbers. These are lives. These are not numbers each our lives. these are brothers and sisters, and to see the. Death rate among African Americans for covert nineteen dramatically exceed Our White Fellow citizens tells us that there is something wrong. something that has to be fixed. to see the disparities that we have seen in regard to Tasks among. Black Mothers African American Mothers African. American babies who were born is appalling. We have to do more. Hannah News Service Governor. You talked about police training I. Wonder How you feel about the system today in regard to reviewing police use of force, and whether there's more for the state to do. In cases like this. That would happen in Ohio. As I recall one things that we did. As Attorney General I did as attorney general with our team. is to come up with best practices in regard to the use of force. we would recommend that those be adopted by every every department you know my guess is Columbus has has done that So this is all look. It's always been to look at things such as the use of force in the best practices and best policies. We have over a thousand police departments in the state of Ohio. Police, law, enforcement, agencies, and so we are a very local government state, but I've always felt that when you deal with basic principles that there should be uniformity. Throughout the state high speed chase for example another area that you know I've advocated uniformity. We came up with a A working group came up with best practices they are, but certainly in regards to the use of force there should there should be. I would hope every police department would adopt those best practices. Governor Andrew Tobias at Cleveland Dot Com. The president tweeted last evening. These thugs are dishonoring the memory.
"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"And a commitment to seek solutions and justice. To seek justice when it is denied. Last week we talked a lot about. Health disparities. In our minority communities throughout Ohio. We talked about how health disparities among our minority communities have been really laid bare by the covid nineteen pandemic. And so as we continue to navigate our lives through this corona virus. We will as I said the other day we will focus much needed attention on the health disparities impacting African Americans and other communities of color. That is our commitment. We made a commitment to increase access to testing in both urban and rural areas, of Ohio to help those most vulnerable. In regard to covid nineteen. We will do. This is the right thing to do. That's my commitment to you. We will drive testing. We won't get a Don. We will work with leadership in each community underserved areas of the state of Ohio. Let me! Talk about last night. Protests. Expressing outrage. For not only understandable. Are Appropriate. We Want Ohio. UN's as I've said many times to exercise their first amendment rights. No matter what they're protesting. Ohio and should speak out. Against wrongdoing. OHIOANS? Speak Out for change. They should speak out for unity for an end to injustice. In all aspects of our lives, we must not allow hate to prevail over love. Over kindness over compassion. And I ask my fellow Ohio citizens today. As you gather in protest in the coming days. Throughout Ohio. Regardless. Of the issue. Please do so peacefully. We must not fight violence with more violence. Peaceful protests. and. The exercise of our First Amendment rights an important part of our civic life. But when protest turn violent. Lives are put at stake. Is Abraham, Lincoln said. A house divided against itself cannot stand and so in the shadow. The Ohio House were President Lincoln once stood once spoke. We need heed his words today. We need to stand together as Ohio and all of us together. Together. Not some of us. But, all of us. We are all created in the image of God. and. We all must remember that. Every day. You very much be happy to respond any. Questions Tom Bosco from ABC six here in Columbus can you remarked on the response last night by Columbus police? Was it appropriate wasn't enough. Was it not enough? What about the possibility river entertain last night bringing in any extra forces, national guard, or any other forces like that? Notified! Public Safety Director Tom. Stick Wrath. Last evening. About what was going on at the State House. He kept me informed. Through the night. I think the fact. That! There were no injuries serious injuries. Tribute to the work done. By the police. we did not at any point discuss bringing in the National Guard. Highway Patrol was there. Highway Patrol. Did, what they do in regard to to to the State House. So You know that's that's what happened. What happened last night? It was a Columbus pleat. Police Department was in charge. And that's. That's the way that should be A. Kevin Landers WBZ's ten, TV governor, the Ohio, Legislative Black Caucus plans to introduce legislation to declare racism as a public health crisis. Do you agree with that? And also on March twenty seventh the Ohio Supreme Court and you also issued a toll on fictions that order will expire on July thirtieth and given the state's high unemployment..
"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"Family must feel. Looking at that. What does an african-american mom? What is an African American Dad? Tell their child. What does that child think? What does that child feel? Has a former prosecutor and attorney general. Thoughts. Why See. Misconduct. By police. Always goes to. Where's the police training? Did. They have the right police training. And we know it's not all about police training. But my mind goes to that and wondered. This officers conduct violates every principle of human decency, but also violated. Any kind of basic. Police Training. When I was Attorney General we made police training a priority, and I know David IOS continues that. We put a primary focus on training officers to de-escalate. Difficult situations. We put an emphasis. We put an emphasis. To help officers understand their own implicit bias. To understand that we all. Whether, we realize it or not. Have some biases. We put. On, train them how to deal with those. We also put emphasis on. How officers can recognize those with mental health problems. No indication in this case of mental health. But my point is. These were three areas. Three areas that we felt were very important. We've accomplished a lot in this area and Ohio. But not enough. And we must do more. And so my commitment today. To citizens of Ohio is that we will do more. That I will work with the leaders in the General Assembly that I will work with the Attorney General David Joost. And we will. Continue down this path and do more. In this area. It's very important. That we do that. We have in Ohio over thirty five thousand police officers. Police officers who risked their lives every single day? They protect our communities. The Columbus police officers who responded to the State House area. Yesterday. Put their lives at risk. And did an excellent job. The vast majority. Almost, all police officers do a good job. But we have a moral obligation. To. Make sure every officer all thirty five thousand..
"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"This is Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. Here's your host Mark News. And thanks so much for joining us today on Columbus concerns, there have of course been protests in downtown Columbus and in cities across the nation. Protesting the death of George Floyd an African American man who died in police custody in Minneapolis. It was videotaped. He said he couldn't breathe. Is An officer knelt on his neck? Those protests have continued in Columbus for two or three nights now, and some of the protests have been violent with windows, being broken downtown, the statehouse, being broken into as well. Governor do I made a powerful statement this week against racism and against police brutality, but also against the protestors who were doing the damage in downtown Columbus we bring you. The remarks of Governor Dewine this morning on Columbus Concerns All of us have a obligation. To speak, out, against injustice. To speak out. Against Racism. Speaking against injustice and racism. is even more important. For a leader. Even more important. For the governor. I miss that opportunity. At yesterday's press conference. And I regret that. What happened to George Floyd? Excuse me. What happened to what happened to George Floyd as tragic? To watch the video, his life being taken away. Second by second. Is Horrific. And will be sheared on every American's mind. Until the day they die. What about the other officers? Watch that video and you watch it again you look at. The other officers. What were they thinking? What were they doing? When they do something. You Know Fran I looked. Apparent. We look at life through the Lens of grandparent. We thought one that where our son. What, if that were our grandson? While Fran I felt and feel. Cheryl. discussed. What we saw. We cannot. Fully comprehend, or imagine..
"governor dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Governor DeWine telling places that serve food and drink to rein it in or risk being punished governor Mike DeWine address the first weekend of problems with compliance for some bars and restaurants across the state open Friday overcrowding he says must be controlled and here's a key park plaza restaurant supplies to bars customers must be seated when consuming food beer wine and liquor on the premises of the business in response to one has mobilized the statewide unit of law enforcers he says will surgery end to enforce compliance and owners who can't control the crowds could be fined cited and even face criminal charges I sandy Collins news radio seven hundred WLW number of deaths in Ohio up by thirty two today a number of cases up by five hundred and thirty one Indiana now sixteen hundred twenty one deaths twenty eight thousand two hundred and fifty five cases and the coronavirus test death toll now tops ninety thousand in the United States nationwide case total is also surpassed one point five million the president says he's taking an anti malaria drug although he hasn't tested positive for the virus president says he has consulted with the White House doctor has been taking hydroxy chloroquine a drug he has promoted because he believes it can prevent or treat covert nineteen Warren County sheriff says they've captured a registered sex offender who failed to return to jail after a court ordered furlough Jason Fugate was being held for failing to provide his current address Wall Street the Dow up nine twelve today nasdaq up to twenty in the S. and P..
"governor dewine" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To the big three now with the stories you need to know is Brian's phase three number three I'm not surprised to hear the judge Solomon wasn't prepared to accept but the department wanted to do was prepared I think to pronounce sentence he didn't have much use for Michael Flynn and basically if you have to be that it was a trader at one point wow brit Hume let him have these kind of being global in this but it was sensational and what a set back for point well the truth about the about mystery behind the scenes baby reveals a nasty reckless possibly unconstitutional investigation into the trump team what we now know and we're about to know could shape the twenty twenty election look at Flynn and look at the unmasking our caucus have agreed that everything is corona virus centric that relates to the virus in terms of the house ways for bill it's got so much unrelated the corona virus it is dead on arrival here yup spend spend spend house dems reveal that their real priorities are as they unveil the largest seamless package that because the three trillion putting billions for emergency items like arts humanities mail in voting in the post office we'll tell you what the Republicans are gonna say this is not about politics it's about us this created false divide sort of two wars and the American an us versus them wore an us versus the virus for we try to fight both those wars were gonna lose both of taking politics out of the pandemic is that possible Matthew McConaughey says there's no other way someone tell the governors as red states and blue states separate father red states one opened the blue states are perfectly happy it seems outside Colorado to judge shelter and the Republicans are a little conservative like what's happening in Ohio but believe it or not the governors that are opening up quick I Brian camp has approval ratings around thirty nine percent Mike DeWine because governor DeWine much higher for use with Matthew McConaughey said he notices what we all notice the politics is entering into this science conversation into the economic conversation cut to a few weeks ago about a month ago I could feel that this United purpose we all have as Americans to beat this enemy and these fires that purpose got hijacked by partisan politics and also the narrative became if you want to go to work you're on the far right if you don't you wanna stay home here on the far left and now even the mask wearing is getting politicized where if you want to wear a mask to wear a mask your liberal and if you don't hear conservative and and that's just not true this created a false divide sort of two wars in the in the in America an us versus them wore an us versus the virus for and you know if we try to fight both of those wars were gonna lose both of absolutely but we are and I can't believe it's entering into it you know the pandemic struck at an inopportune time for everybody no good time to get a pandemic but especially in election year where you have the press basically trying to diminish anything president trump does and try to get them debating about west wing policy instead of talking about American policy I could see in the further more with the page six section of of a Washington political newspaper we talk about who's wearing a mask in the White House in whose chief of staff has been quarantine but I can't believe that if you look at the the the massive bill media in Washington they all talk about the president's mass policy whose positive who's not positive and I'm positive the most of the rest of the country is not worried about that that's something everyone kind of decide on it's pretty clear that in these blue states they're not counting on their people act responsibly and look it Pennsylvania one to trump last time he'll be there tomorrow traveling but their democratic governor has shut down the whole state because of a few hot spots in their major city and they are congressman wolf issues because the governor wolf has said if these counties to find me I'm going to defer denied them federal funding I would be surprised the president goes past the governor if that's the case I guess in the press the the funding directly put George has re opened so far no noticeable change in daily cases now if you look at the approval rating for camp stunningly even though he's given them their lives their gyms in the restaurants back his approval rating is at thirty nine percent contrast would somebody like Mike DeWine who's got eighty six percent approval rating who is going slow and a little bit unsteady towards re opening governor Cuomo eighty six percent of approval really I guess you don't have any relatives in the nursing homes I guess you don't look at the total number of cases I guess you don't look at the total number of deaths I guess you're not looking at the fact that he's changing the goalposts for re opening in the middle of the game while the ball is in the air so some of the polls and I know it's easy to diminish a poll you don't like the results but right now sixty percent of the country fear more they were open up too fast and too slow I have not met many of those people and I might be wrong but I have not he was governor Cuomo on his schedule cut nine today in many ways is a new phase if you will may fifteenth is the end of the state wide closure may fifteenth is the end of this week and the question is now going to shift more towards localities and regions across the state to make sure they're in a position to open and with this they will be working in coordination with them but it's an exciting new phase were all anxious to get back to work yeah and the pace in which he does it will prove to me or doesn't deal will prove to me where they were sincere about when he said we got to keep politics out of this and if it is going a snail like slow knowing that the coffers are empty and he wants to make sure he gets a lot of direct grants from the federal government if you open up to slow in the anime such company maybe you won't get that grant or he wants to make sure New York doesn't turn around the economy doesn't turn around for president trump this partition pop parson politics play a role as Matthew McConaughey said to start the show he did the actor said we got a stop to the Republicans and Democrats praising good or bad should not matter but senator Tim Scott who has no problem reaching across the aisle told me this this morning on fox and friends cut seventeen I smell the stench of politics partisan politics driving behavior for election results not focusing on super sound science as Dr Scott atlas said soopers sound science is where we should focus our attention that leads us to the conclusion that if you don't have to underlying conditions but chances are you're going to be okay if you're under the age of sixty the chances are really high you're going to be okay in South Carolina if you're under the age of twenty we've had on the single death right the problem is and I find this endlessly frustrating and I'll take your calls and comments one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine is it you said the fight in the curve will lead us back to business he gave us the PPP loans because in a short time you wanna standing up a business again he wanted a work force ready to go all we're we are running out of money for those small businesses we're not gonna have a gym in a city that's holding out because the math doesn't add up the what you're doing it for a tax shelter you can't pay your rent pay your people not to work run out of money and continue to think you're going to open up the doors when the state ends up standing up its economy he was with him Scott said his frustration all feels that he feels the same way cut twenty four while I respect the need for caution we are too often presented was the fault of the colony either saving our economy are saving lives we see the goal posts around flag her move and I think that's unfortunate because the things that we're doing that business is collapsed mental and physical health had declined destined to spare escalate educational outcomes nosedive as we we know the rooms frame for some good news around therapies and around vaccines so in any patching those talks but keep in mind it's easy L. J. use last hour when your baseball team have a pitching coach keep the runs down you have a hitting coach to make sure the offences up and the fact she is fine you know he seems very conversational guy extremely smart great he's the pitching coach I need on offense I'm gonna talk to the pitching coach but because I want to win the game but my offense is going to get me back in the game so I need the offense the offense is going to be tell me it open up that school not it's too dangerous tell me how to open up the university not it's too dangerous tell me how to get back in my building not it's too dangerous that's the operative coach and I wanna referred to the pitching coach Anthony patching the CDC Redfield as much as possible in order to find out how to disinfect that building how to keep it disinfected what type of products to use how to set up my office space but I also need the hitting coach to get me back in the game so so far we have Congress writing a lot of checks as bandaids I was stunned to see but I shouldn't have been the Nancy Pelosi in hibernation came back to work this week with a bill with an invoice for three point three trillion dollars three point three what's in it nine hundred sixteen billion dollars for state local eight direct money to states ten billion for small business wanted to seventy five billion for healthcare one hundred seventy five billion for housing two hundred billion for heroes fund all day today included other things twenty five billion for the post office really twenty million for arts in humanities yes we need to paint an act yes fifty billions emergency because universities now they're staying close many about put the effort in explain to me what we got to bail out private universities sometimes state universities three point six billion for mail in voting agenda item one eight six six four oh eight seven six six nine I'll be able to take your calls but next I'm gonna talk to congressman Andy Barr will he vote for a bill that includes the act don't go anywhere you kill me you'll be right back now see such security triple team traffic construction on I. four westbound and I've been humble or it's got a right lane blocked but traffic is up to speed I'm at Torrance news ninety six point five W. 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"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"That's just hard to do with open congregate area. I hope that answers your question. Thank you very much. We appreciate it thanks to you and to everybody on the group. Were very very grateful for what you've done. Thank you got her. Thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thank you WANNA give us a little report. How you're how your group worked and what you came up with. Yeah Governor. I was very honored to be A chair of the personal service city and serve eight as well as I'm a licensed Collagen gist and hairstylist. For thirty three years and our group of thirty in our committee was just amazing. It was very diverse though we had One operator Barbara to the one operator stylist. We had the boost renting salons represented as well as the lawns in spas all sizes. We also had nail salons haning m massage and then we also had re health commissioners that were on each and every call with us guiding us with their knowledge fell very proud of US coming together as an industry in uniting because just like the restaurants. There's so many different. Mom and pop. Shops or franchises are big salons off salons But we all do the same exact service when it comes down to let won't boils down to that personal service and that was at the core of our you know. Working on focus of our group was really how to deliver personal service on the client the professional and the safest manner and be able to be so inclusive of every type of business in our industry so I was very proud of that to work with them. It's going to be what's GonNa be different when someone goes in has a hair done Goes to a barbershop. What what are they going to feel different? And what are they gonna see differently or what's going to be different and what's going to be different from what. The person who serving them is doing well for the appointments. You might have to wait in your car until your appointment is ready. We'll also ask that the walk in appointment or the appointment. That's the only person that enters into that facility and less it is a child of course in apparent needs to come or if they need a caregiver with them and if they have a lobby are waiting area. You're going to see the markings or social distancing there you won't see the magazines or product testing or self serve beverages out in the waiting areas and we'll be dawning are professionals will be donning the mask and really asking that the clients and customers come with their face covering or their mass especially with our services on being so personal and so close delivering that service tobacco guest and some facilities in some locations. Might have you know it? Mandatory that you wear that master face covering when you get your service done Will be creating a lot in between each and every best so the sanitation right now. We are governed by the Ohio. State Board of cosmetology and Bahrain Board. So we do a lot of sanitation and take a lot of cap glasses and in online education all the time so of course are going to go above and beyond with that as well to keep everyone safe and make sure that we're ready for that customer. Great thank you very very much to you and for your group for doing this. We're very very very grateful. Appreciate it thanks for a good report. Thank you a few just a few thoughts as we take a couple of big steps today or at least announced when we're on take these steps as far as opening up The economy This is a significant time in our journey in just a few a few thoughts one. This is a marathon. This is not a sprint We're in this for the long haul And I think we have to get our mind. Set that way I never ran a marathon but A number of our children have Alison Pat Mark son-in-law Bill saw neck and may mess somebody in the family and a half marathon But all all our kids All kids were were distance writers and Although I my running career ended in junior high but In our family were used to long haul used to the long distance and I think Really Ohio. And we've got to thinking about this this way. She's not something we're going to get through. We're going to run through this quickly That's just much as we would like to. That's just not going to happen. Second what we have to do to do these two things at once. Keep US safe. Get the economy back complicated and what we have to do to fight back against. The virus is quite complex and the best practices in these businesses and these professions that we talked about today in all the other ones. That's very import. This important everybody out there in business and profession follow what your peers have come up with As being the best practices so that we can ensure that our employees employees are safe and that we can ensure that customers are safe and that people have confidence that they can in fact go. Go go out next. There's still a lot we do not know about this virus. All you have to do is turn on the news Watch that listen to that. Read about it This is constantly changing what we know. We know a lot more today than we knew before when it started but we still have a lot to learn for as we open up the economy. Let me just state the obvious and not shy away from it. The risk is up more contacts that we have the more that we do. The more risk there is That we can expect We are now we think at about a one to one ratio which simply means that on an average one person who is infected with the virus and Ohio infects person we could get below that and you start moving moving downward we can expect that the opening up of this economy is GonNa take those numbers higher but we have to do is do everything in our power not to let those go very very high and governor dewine and the members of this committee on reopening. Ohio's barber shops hair salons spas and restaurants. I'm news thanks for joining us this morning. Thanks for listening to Columbus concerns a public affairs presentation of North American Broadcasting. You can send questions or comments about today's show to Columbus concerns in care of these station. Fourteen fifty eight Dublin Road Columbus forward three two one five or email said Columbus concerns at NAP MEDIA DOT com. I'm Andrew saw commission of Social Security. 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"governor dewine" Discussed on Columbus Concerns
"Dining on the fifteenth with indoor service. Beginning may twenty-first. So we're going to hear from several people this morning on Columbus concerns. I tree brewer. Who is head of the Working Committee on restaurants which made their recommendations to the governor on wind reopen and Debbie penzone who also covered the personal services industries like spas hair salons and barbershops and the governor himself all with some observations? On how away reopen? And what exactly will happen? So we're going to hear from Trevor Brewer. Debbie penzone and governor dewine this morning on Columbus concerns. How you doing I find governor. Thank you thanks for joining us. You WanNa tell us a little bit about your your group and kind of who you pulled together and kind of what what will be different when customers come in. We'll be different for the employees in in the folks who who are George. Just kind of tell us how this will look a little different. Absolutely thank you. I certainly my pleasure to lead this talented group as you said we had a wide variety of folks on the team we also had representatives from the health department and it was really an amazingly collaborative effort and I felt like the differences While on the surface could look like they could be challenging. They actually strengthened the recommendation that we put together For you and it was certainly like I said my privilege to lead you ask if I could share a few examples of maybe what. The customers will experience as we reopen. Ohio are bars and restaurants. Let's start with space. So restaurants bars are going to be asked to create a floor plan that it complies with current social distancing guidelines for example under the current mandate their parties of ten or less that would be seated together and then each party is going to be separated by either six feet or physical barrier so rather than having a hard and fast percentage like some states are doing. Our Advisory Board actually focused on safety not necessarily a specific number so what we mean by physical barriers. That could be a fine. Dining for example you can have a high booth back. That's almost like a wall or in some locations. They're using PLEXIGLAS That's being installed to separate so we wanted to give each owner an opportunity to comply with those constraints Within their unique space. What about waiting areas? You might be asked to wait in your car For either seating or maybe food pickup or there might be a designated area now for queuing and we would ask customers to comply with those guidelines and be sensitive to those guidelines. I'm a buffet bar or salad bar. will now be served to you rather than self service and they'll also be some six feet guidelines that are placed in those queuing lines as well Entryways for example customers are going to see at the at the entry way when they come in. There's going to be a list of Cova nineteenth symptoms and we're asking the public to self monitor and ensure compliance before they come in Employee was also one of the areas that we we tackled. And so as you're entering end Experiencing these restaurants understand that while employees will be required to wear masks in certain positions. There are exemptions that will for the restaurant industry mostly applied back of House. But if you see employees not wearing masks understand. These are for safety risks. One simple example is you don't want someone standing over a hot grill wearing a mask so just understand that. These restaurants are complying but there are some exceptions that will be listed and you as a customer is a guest. You might be asked to wear a mask. That's going to be at the discretion of the owners and we would ask that you would respect those decisions Another thing that you might see or gloves This is an interesting topic. I know the gloves kind of makes everybody feel like Superman. They can touch anything. But and it gives this false sense of protection and I know the viewing public sees that and there's a lot of concern around it but there are very clear guidelines and food safety code that already exist today and we as a team or returning or recommendation is to return to those guidelines in many cases we all ask our staff put gloves on everybody. Even though we know that's not necessarily best practice hand washing is and will continue to be the gold standard and therefore our committee is recommending That we follow those guidelines. So you're likely not going to see gloves on your cashiers or on your servers. I'm one other area of governor that you when we talked about this idea of open congregants base so open congregate airy will remain closed during this first phase. And we'll monitor our compliances. We go through this. But you could certainly repurpose that. So if you have an dancefloor other activities space you can use that to to be able to maintain that six foot distance of your tables. So that's why we didn't WANNA put a fifty percent of fire code compliance in place. Because you might be able to keep all of your tables because some this open area and still maintain social distancing guidelines. So that's an example of how you could use that space. But I know we can do this as you said we can do. Things two things at once and I know we can do this. We can focus on safety and getting restaurants reopened so it's work through this together We're asking everyone to on your masks. Please be respectful of the associates. They are doing. The best. Can were buckeyes. I know we can do this Ohio. Thank you governor and I can certainly answer any questions that you might have at Trevor. Thank you very very much. Thanks for cheering. The group You had quite a cross section of Ohio on there if you WanNa comment about that or how that impacts but yeah yeah we did. It was really amazing. We had in fact on Thursday night when I was given the list. I plotted it because I just wanted to know who the folks were that I was being asked to lead and I was really happy to see. We had a lot in Cleveland's southern Ohio Cincinnati Dayton Akron and then we had some of the more rural areas Columbus and we had big brands big national brands at the Public. And could certainly see. That was a press release so everyone that participated You can find that press. Release the full gamut of those that participated we had fine dining. We had Pizza Italian We had a a yogurt stand. We had a taproom a quick serve Several of our national brands family dining. So it was. It was really a group that worked together and they self identified so we have the three groups customers employees in space and then they each got to identify which area they felt most compelled to help lead the discussion and then it was done Across the teams. They worked very hard. In fact of one of our team members said it was one of the most intense projects he's ever worked on so For All of those in the industry. I've certainly proud to lead this group. They worked very hard all weekend long to put the best recommendations forward and governor. We appreciated the Guy Shoe gave us. Which was you wanted to hear from us. Best Practices that you didn't. You didn't plan to override our decisions. It was our decisions to bring forward to you. Those recommendations and silly felt very empowered to do that. Extra one last question. Talk Talk to us a moment about bars bars to present a unique challenge pens on how the layout of the bar is What did you all come up with specifically in regard to bars? Yeah thank you for that. So there was one consideration. I know many states have done this in fact I think most did. They separated bars and restaurants and we chose not to do that. What we wanted to focus on was the physical space and the constraints to maintain social distancing guidelines. So for example. If you're a bar with tables and chairs you can follow these guidelines. So why should you not be permitted to participate in phase one where It can't be about the alcohol because restaurants are serving alcohol so we're not making a distinction between a bar and a restaurant what we're making a distinction on is physical space. If you have tables and chairs and can comply with these Guidon these guidelines than you can participate really for that open congregate area. We understand we would have loved to been able to include everyone in this phase one but we needed to take it through these steps and so that open space. If you put in picnic tables or folding tables you can then you can comply but it really is about that physical space and being able to make sure that we can monitor and have kind of discreet floor plans. And.
Ohio Gov with sober comments about whether college football will return this Fall
"Governor. Dewine who I think pretty sure. Ohio has the Ohio State University in there said did he is simply not sure that there is going to be college football or that. It's going to start on time. And this segue into conversation that Paul Finebaum and I had about how fans are obviously the lifeblood of any sport ballparks being full of people obviously enhances the experience football stadiums in the NFL. Being full of people enhances the experience. But to me those full stadiums. Mitch the Big House or any place that we wanNA talk about okay. That experience is essential to what college football has especially become over the last decade? Or so and I don't even know how you can possibly be planning a college football season if you don't know that you're going to have students back on on campuses by the first September.
How Michigan's governor is battling coronavirus
"Jonathan Cape Heart. Welcome to this special edition of Cape. Up Two separate interviews with two elected officials in two different jurisdictions dealing with the corona virus. Pandemic Governor Gretchen of Michigan and Chicago. Mayor Lori. Lightfoot the start with Governor Whitmer who after instituting one of the strictest. Stay at home. Orders in the nation is getting set to review them and ask her why after all the attacks and president trump. She's polling better than him in a brand new Fox News. Poll Governor Whitman. Thank you very much for coming on the PODCAST. Client to be with him. So you have one of the strictest. Stay at home orders and now word comes that you're now reevaluating that stay at home order. What's changed to make that possible so I think you know? I want to assure kind of the rational. Why we have one of the strictest. Stay home orders. Michigan is the tenth most populous state in the nation. And yet we had the third highest death in the nation and that's something that It has just absolutely devastated. Communities across my state created an incredible amount of fear and concern and we know that Cova nineteen was spreading far and wide long before it was ever detected via test so it took actions to keep people safe and there are more restrictive than other states but I thought that it was absolutely essential after a few weeks of the stay home pasture. We have seen our trajectory. Really Start to flatten. We've saved lives on one of the things about Public Health when you're successful. You've never able to really quantify precisely. How many lives he saved. But we know that. This strategy is working here in Michigan. Every day. We're learning more about Kobe. Bank teen we are crunching the data. We are learning more through increased testing. We're not where we want to be your where we need to be as a nation and sterling. That's that's true in Michigan as well but we are seeing This data that gives us Optimism and so as we evaluate extending the stay home order. We're also an a moment where we can evaluate if there are some things that we might Lighten up on not dramatic changes but changes. That may bring us more in line with some of our our other states and so this is a moment where alphabet evaluation is happening. I'm GonNa make a very Thoughtful data driven determination that centered around promoting public health but also ensuring that people are still eager to abide by the stay home. Stay safe order. I think that's always the balance fat that we have to do here to make sure that we keep compliance than and we keep giving people confidence that we've got a strategy to re-engage in a very thoughtful safe manner so this is not a just so that no one thinks that you're gonNA completely junk your stay at home order. This is. This is going to be something. That is gradual. Sure yes absolutely. This is we're going to look at it. I think the trump administration says as a some people say we're GONNA open stages I like the visual of waves were We're surrounded by the great late. So I'm always thinking in those terms but I do think that we are going to be very thoughtful. We're GONNA have to measure every step of the way There will be you know it'll be necessary that we're nimble if we see a spike Dr. Start to happen that we pull back when necessary that if we are continuing to see success as we open things up where numbers stay down in our ability to meet the needs in our hospitals that are PPA. Needs are much than we can. Take the next step forward. But I think that the the leader's epidemiology and and health sciences across our country are advocating. That is the best practice to avoid a second wave and I hope even if you're a dissenter of the current stay home order we can all agree that avoided. A second wave is the most critical thing that we need to do. It will save lives but it would be absolutely devastated under economies Leeann. A second wave two so you are a part of a compact of states and correct me if I'm wrong. Great Lakes Region Governors who have joined together in sort of dealing with the with the pandemic at can that compact that you're in hold if each of you opens up your respective economies separately or are you given the evaluate reevaluation that you're undertaking and the one that Governor Dewine Ohio is undertaking are those being coordinated so that way these the waves of reevaluation as you put it are all being done in. Concert saved us. You know one of the things that I have found incredibly helpful in these unprecedented times is that I've got group of governors with whom I can share information and data and our thoughts and learn from and I think it's made all of our determinations better the fact that we've got an open dialogue and it's open with Democrats and Republicans. I think that's really important when I pulled kids out of schools here in Michigan as one of the first states to do that and immediately got a call for my friend. Jay Pritzker governor of Illinois. Same tell me. Your thought process did you. What are your experts telling you because they were contemplating it but I had made the decision and they wanted to understand you know weeks later. Maybe a week later when he decided to close bars in Illinois and Mike Dewine closed bars in Ohio and they made the restaurants dine out. Only I got on the phone with both of eminent said. Tell me your thought process. Tell me what you're seeing so I think that the sharing of information has been incredibly helpful. There are many people who can understand all the pressures that we are under but we certainly can understand it from one another and in the global pandemic were all in the in the same situation and we've got similar economies and so I think that's important. That's what really drove Reaching out and trying to get everyone to join this kind of Compact that doesn't mean that when I make a decision in Michigan Kentucky Ohio Indiana Minnesota Wisconsin Illinois. We're going to make the same exact decision at the same cadence but what it does mean is that we are having those robust conversations. I am organizing it. So we're getting on the phone regularly and our teams are as well so that our sharing at we are learning from one another and it makes all of our decisions that are informed and I think better decisions you you created the Michigan Corona virus taskforce on racial disparities and it's dedicated to the memory of Schuyler. Herbert who had five years old is the youngest person to dive the corona virus in in Michigan. It's the Task Force is headed up by your Lieutenant Governor. Why is this task force important sort of a leading question? But I'll have you hold forth. Well you know So you know governor Garland Gilchrist as the chair of this task force and one of the things that I'm really proud that we did in Michigan. We were one of the first states to do it. And frankly not Everyone has followed suit and I'm hopeful that eventually we'll have every state following suit but we've been releasing racial data on our current virus cases now even when it's not completely full because we do have a lot of Tests that were conducted on. The race was not noted early on in the process by gathering. This data has really put a spotlight. On the fact that we've got a disparate health outcomes and anyone who studied it anyone who's been paying attention isn't surprised by that but I think I think the surprise is that is so desperate that fourteen percent of the Michigan population is African American and yet forty percent of the deaths from Kobe. Nineteen are African American. And I think that that's something that we absolutely have to in this crisis. Learn the lesson and make them. Societal changes to improve outcomes and to have real equity meister. I gave a few months ago. It feels like a lifetime ago. Now highlighted. Is that a good part of my save. The state addressing the dispirit outcomes for women of Color and babies of color is three times more dangerous Three times more deadly for a woman of color to have a baby in Michigan than it is for women. And there's implicit bias. There there are a lot of contributing factors. I think it's incumbent on every leader. Everyone who has a position of authority to understand that? That's an issue that there's a problem and we've got to fix it and I think this is held a mirror up to our country and really magnified The the historic racial discrepancies. That we have in our society and fix them
The CDC is now recommending Americans wear face masks to slow coronavirus spread
"The CDC has recommended that Americans wear a face mask when out in public to combat the spread of cover nineteen governor DeWine echoed that sentiment today we're not gonna require these to be worn but I do intend to to where one of these all were one once a friend made when I'm out in it in public the one also announcing a new order he signed to expand telehealth throughout the state to include mental and
"governor dewine" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thank you governor DeWine I want to reiterate that again that we are we are attempting to build that support system around the people of Ohio and our businesses and institutions who are coming together to help us get through this difficult time as part of that we ask we sent this letter governor nigh to president trump and vice president pence earlier today with requests from our agencies on regulatory and other relief that is necessary we copied our congressional delegation I have received calls and then sure the governor has from both members of our congressional delegation and our legislature asking to be supportive of these requests and we appreciate that as I mentioned yesterday the genesis for this is that we've asked state employees to limit their person to person contact but some of the state employees or the very inspectors and regulators that institutions businesses employees rely on to keep the flow of work going there are a lot of issues that they need to address every day a lot of things in the pipeline and those institutions people businesses need relief as the regulated on the work and the services that they provide one example the governor give a great example of the something that the the trump administration was quick to respond on was the USDA waiver that we requested we have essentially an additional FTSE see here a seventeen requests that are in this letter and these waivers on things like inspection that are tied to funding audit requirements and the like so that there is no or minimal disruption in the services we don't as I mentioned when any regulatory delays anymore than is necessary let me highlight a few of these these issues that are in the letter so you get a feel for what we're talking about we expect one area that could be affected our staffing levels for re certification in areas such as skilled nursing homes home health agencies hospice agencies intermediate care facilities these were asking for a waiver on these recertification so that these individuals are not disruptive disrupted or their institutions in providing the services another approach that has been requested is asking for our support of federal F. map funding medical assistance percentages right now the federal government and state government share that cost as is occurred in previous recessions in difficult circumstances for example nine eleven this we ask that the federal government take a bigger share of this and then the state resources than can be put in to the response to the code nineteen pandemic additionally we are asking access to the national stockpile of personal protective equipment we are going to be soon in need of access to this equipment to keep our health care workers safe they are on the front lines of this they are to be commended and thanked for their service and we need to ensure that we are supporting them with the resources that they need again we understand and I believe the highlands are beginning to understand the challenges that lie ahead and this is just one step forward on building that support system that they will need we all need to get through this we are working on recommendations from business leaders we are working with local governments and other providers on expanding this listed this will not be the last time that the the president vice president the congressional delegation here from us were quite sure that but at this moment everyone is coming together I know I've been uplifted by some of the calls from businesses who after the governor spoke of of price gouging that promised that they would hold prices particularly for necessary and critical equipment where they are we had internet service providers upon the cancellation of a school for three weeks offer free internet service for families who have access to that broadband where they can sign up the people of Ohio the the leaders of Ohio are responding they're coming around this is pulling this together and we're going to we're going to do our part under the governor's leadership to continue to make sure the state government is playing its role thank you governor lieutenant governor John Houston speaking as the state gives its latest update of coronavirus response Ohio governor Mike DeWine for a moment about it a day cares day care facilities we are not closing them at this point but that is something that may occur in the future and so I would ask anyone who is there are two who is using a day care to start thinking about what their alternative would be we know how difficult this would be for for many Ohioans and what burden it would be on them but daycares are are unique and anybody who's had children understood understands that or or seen their grand children if they pose really a unique what I would call a unique rest kinda hard hard to enforce a six foot rule and children share things and we have all kinds of things going on day cares so that's just the nature of of of kids so we're not closing at this point we'll need to start thinking about alternatives if you're in a position the economically otherwise you can figure out how to do it the recommendation from the medical community is that you remove your child from daycare if you can do that that would be advice I think that would be good good advice again as we talked about yesterday children unless they have a should medical problem of pre existing medical problem the product going to get to contracting the virus okay but they are carriers and just like all of us are potential carriers and so these potential carriers will will come home and the school is certainly can spread if this would be for the day care don't have daycare but you know if you're a person who is taking care of your child is sixty or over I need to look at that again not because the child but because of of of that person who sixteen over and I know that you know this is these changes are made and society generally we have some grandparents who are in that age bracket or older who are caring for children and we just simply saying that just pointing out that the risk goes up and goes up rather dramatically the order that person is I think everybody just needs to be mindful of that and we we need to continue to to say that jobs and family services his put up protocol to the day care centers in regard to what externalities extra effort to take to keep from the spread or to try to cut down on the spread of the virus we would again remind daycare as well as every employer in the state if someone is sick send them home be mindful of whether someone is sick and they'll tell you they are because many of our day cares have done this we're seeing some day Kerr said centers that are short on people now we can expect only expect that to continue to get more critical and be composing more problem for day care centers Kim hall is here and can answer any questions but we're changing some regulations because of this emergency we have regulations in regard to teacher ratio to the student we're going to be relaxing those again because of the fact that we want a person to be going home there the teacher if they.
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"What newsradio six ten so we jumped in earlier this hour in the press conference with governor DeWine mayor Ginther and as far as the Arnold is concerned for this weekend this is the way it breaks out the the competitions will go on I'm I'm still unsure of how many competitions are are going on if it's just more of the weight lifting and bodybuilding stuff again I would say just contact the Arnold website we've been kind of busy here trying to seek out some other things but basically what they're saying is there's no spectators allowed until the finals on Saturday the the expo portion of it has been postponed until further notice they will try to fulfill those obligations later Ron and competition still goes on they will not be allowing athletes from China Italy Iran and Japan any word on South Korea Josh okay I have not made maybe South Korea was in there but I'm not a hundred percent sure I know those four are an absolute yes just clarification just now got it yes because I ran Japan Italy and south Korean athletes because Allison's newscasts that kind of highlighted the yeah you know how it's growing in South Korea now they still advise that the risk is extremely low all right governor DeWine had mentioned that the CDC has changed its guidance on mass gatherings or large community events and I'm not gonna sit here and read this off to you it would it would you know be mind numbing but if you're curious again I would I would advise you to visit the centers for disease control website if you would like more information as far as mass gatherings in large community events are concerned in the guide itself it looks like there is a before a couple of big nineteen outbreak occurs plan there is a during outbreak act there's an afterwards and then there's a readiness and resource section a day man Arnold Schwarzenegger within two minutes ago just posted a video to Twitter where he addresses what they did so I haven't had a chance to listen to it but I thought maybe we could if you wanted to get that in some point because he's your cue it up and providing them with the moms it just let me know when you're ready sure absolutely and you know I mean even Arnold was was I I you know I had kind of made an off the cuff remark earlier in the blazer show because this thing was supposed to roll at five and I don't think they got rolling till sometime after six we originally it was supposed to be like at ten thirty this morning and I had kind of jokingly said well maybe maybe they're waiting for Arnold and turns out they were he didn't come to town but he did join on the phone and and he actually you know trying to keep the air a little bit light you know saying asta la Vista baby and we'll see you later but go ahead Josh roll this audio from a Mister Schwarzenegger himself is a very sad day for me today because we just had to cancel the Arnold classic sports and fitness festival meaning into the huge convention with two hundred fifty thousand people coming together we still will have to conduct a sick world bodybuilding championship and the strong man competition but the rest of it is all canceled why should save this phone because we will have it laid on this year but I.
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"Governor dewine signed that legislation shortly after it was passed essential function of government is to protect the most vulnerable among us. Those gone have voice. Governments role should be to protect life from the beginning to the end former governor John casick twice vetoed that same Bill. This will be challenged in court. Julian Assange lawyer says the WikiLeaks founder will fight extradition to the US following his arrest in London. Correspondent Salmane Albuquerque's says Assange was holed up there for more than seven years fans as London police entered the building enforced Julian Assange out he peered shoveled with a long grey bear to shouting into stimulating essentially trying to resist arrest. He later appeared on a Westminister magistrates court there. The judge described Assange as a narcissist who cannot get beyond his own selfish interests that judge did find Assange guilty of essentially skipping bail in two thousand twelve that's when I entered the Ecuadorian embassy seeking asylum. Prosecutors accused media figure democratic activist attorney, Mike. Avenue of defrauding clients, including a crippled man who won a multimillion dollar settlement a paraplegic man who won his settlement with avenue, and then took almost all the money. Correspondent Meredith would has details on the indictment. Also, accused avenue of not submitting tax returns, falsifying financial information and lying to investigators. This indictment by a California grand jury comes two weeks after he was charged by federal prosecutors in New York, they accused him of trying to extort more than twenty million dollars from the sportswear company Nike Evans tweeted Thursday that he plans to quote, fight al-charq and plead not guilty on arrest has been made after the arson attack on black churches in Louisiana. Correspondent Josh Campbell. Is their faces three state charges of arson absent from that is any indication right now of a hate crime. We talked to.
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"I asked governor dewine if the intersections can be fixed without the money. You know, if we go with the house Bill the Senate Bill. Neither one provides enough money to do anything other than keep our roads and repair the houses approved ten point seven cents per gallon. The Senate has granted him six cents per gallon. A transportation budget agreement is due by Sunday night at the state house. Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Meanwhile, Ohio senators are considering a change to the states traffic laws to give pedestrians a safer passage in crosswalk. I live and work. Here's a university and a lot of pedestrians just assume they don't have to break stri, and they're going to be in the crosswalk. So they don't stop once. They're in the crosswalk. They keep walking when you're in a crosswalk in in very rarely will they look up from their their their cellphones. The Bill was introduced after a teenage girl from Delaware was hit on her way to school about a year and a half ago and Ohio restaurant's employees been diagnosed with hepatitis A. The person worked at two different fishes restaurants in Clark in Champaign counties. The restaurants wanted her banner the other in Springfield, saying they're working to sanitize buildings and notify customers. A woman hidden killed by a train last night in Delaware County has been identified as twenty six year old Brooke van Kuni. She was struck around eight forty five pm along Pennsylvania Avenue near Troy road. As she reportedly tried to cross the tracks in front of the train. There's one man left. Standing ABC six is TJ home spoke to the Ohio and who has the last unbudgeted bracket in the men's NC double A tournament now out of tens of millions that were submitted. There's only one perfect bracket still standing, it's really unbelievable. I didn't expect this at all. And it belongs to this guy. Forty-year-old Greg Nigel a neuropsychologist from Columbus, Ohio. And he's the first person to make it to the Sweet Sixteen with an unblemished record. The odds of that happening one in two hundred and eighty one trillion worth bracket allowed, and it was really just for fun. So I wasn't even checking it, I didn't know until today. So what is Nigel secret? You can't watch every college game. So. You gotta watch them bracket. And go with the teams that you like Allison Wyatt grows. No doing it. Right means getting more bang for your buck because putting more towards your bottom line is good for business at Lowe's, we do it. Right. Sue, debris, you savings every day whether finishing up.
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"To governor dewine until you as members of the Ohio general assembly, and this Ohio finance committee that we will find an additional one hundred million dollars an operational savings or the next four years during my tenure transportation director, the director of O'Donnell, Jack, March banks is appealing to house lawmakers for an increase in the gas tax revenues to help fund maintenance projects all across the state. I want to remind you that the Ohio motor vehicle fuel tax is user fee designed so that motorists are supporting the maintenance. Of our roads and bridges and accordance with how much wear and tear. They put those same roads. The highway department wants an eighteen cent increase in the tax to generate one point two billion dollars more for dot another twist today to the story of mounting lawsuits against Mount Carmel as well as Dr William Houston new lawsuits against Dr William Hughes land, Mount Carmel are accusing the doctor of inaccurately diagnosing patients as brain dead than administering potentially fatal doses of painkillers. Attorney Gerald Leesburg says some guidelines set by the American Academy of neurology were not followed before family members were told their loved ones were brain dead that from the dispatch today thirty four patients have either died from or were subjected to the excessive doses of painkillers. Jared alley. Newsradio six ten WTVN dozens of arrest warrants were carried out yesterday by Franklin county sheriff's deputies in what was dubbed operation cabin fever ABC's, Lou. Stoa has more neighbors digging out of what mother nature sent our way. Watching the action many tell us it was a relief to hear the sheriff's office and federal marshalls are working to get criminals.