24 hours. they are up 158%, and it looks like title 42's on the way out. what do you make of the situation right now? >> look, it's only going to get worse, right? i spent the last two days getting angry at the tv set with the secretary under oath sitting in front of congress saying the border's secure, the border's closed, and we're effectively managing this crisis. he lied under oath. the first sitting cabinet member that i know that lied under oath to members of congress. he lied to the american people. you can't say the border's closed and secure when you've got over 700,000 gotaways. you can't say the border's secure when you've got nearly 700 migrants have died on u.s. soil making this trip. you can't say the border's secure when there's enough fentanyl coming across this border to kill, that's killed 112,000 people. you can't say the border's secure when the mexican cartels are making billions. the mexican cartels control our southern border, griff.
where you tell personal story, give testimony, that�*s a brilliant and beautiful way of conveying something more than just sort of blank facts on a page. along with the stories contained inside the tower, you can now walk above it. let�*s show you one of the best bits. come off the suspended walkway, up the original stone stairs, many of which have been restored, these new ones at the top, to bring you onto this incredible roof deck with a panoramic view of york. and look at that! york minster in the distance. really spectacular and stunning. daffodils planted on the mound commemorate one of the tower�*s most tragic events, the massacre of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so
daffodils planted on the mound commemorate one of the tower�*s most tragic events, the massacre of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell — and once again there's an audience to them. john maguire, bbc news, york. time for a look at the weather. here's darren bett. hello. it is cold again today, last night we started with a widespread frost, temperatures minus seven, minus eightand frost, temperatures minus seven, minus eight and it was the coldest start to april in wales for over 50 year, following on from that we have seen some sunshine but the showers have a wintry flavour. mainly feeding in off the north sea into eastern parts of england. we still have some cloud to clear away from the far south—east. that is where we have the strongest of the winds and this cloud is bringing a change into
of around 150 jewish people who sought refuge here in 1190 at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell. and once again, there�*s an audience to hear them. john maguire, bbc news. now it�*s time for a look at the weather with darren. the weekend not quite as cold. still some wintry showers coming in mainly feeding off the north sea into eastern parts of england. cloudy and windy weather in the south east should tend to move away, this cloud moving into northern ireland, bringing some rain and snow to the hills of western parts of scotland. elsewhere sunshine, scattering of showers even developing in line for a while, this will tend to fade away
at a time of violent anti—semitism. so much history, so many stories to tell. and once again, there's an audience to hear them. we thought we would wait till it started snowing before coming back up started snowing before coming back up onto the roof. indeed it has started snowing. from tomorrow onwards he will hear voices, a bit like the voices i am hearing in my head this morning, and they are voices from the history of the castle portrayed by local actors. we have a couple of them with us this morning. julie, you are a woman from the 11th century, give us a bit of your script. the 11th century, give us a bit of your script-— the 11th century, give us a bit of our scrit. . ., ., ., your script. perfect for today. i am fed u- of your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed _ your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed up i your script. perfect for today. i am fed up of being cold, fed up of- fed up of being cold, fed up of being— fed up of being cold, fed up of being hungry, and i am fed up of
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facilities. we had some roof damage at one of our facilities in graceland, louisiana, where we may have to move patients tomorrow when it's safe, but we're keeping in contact with all of our facilities across the state and assessing the situation every hour. >> we have talked with fema, we talked with local mayors about how covid complicates all of this. you said earlier today, you have around 700 covid patients. how does that complicate the way that you proceed? >> it certainly is a complicating factor. first of all, for all of our team members and caregivers, who have to stay here, making sure we have adequate sleeping arrangements and can have folks spaced in the right way, have eating accommodations in the right fashion, so that's part of that work. but secondly, it's put a tremendous strain on the health system across the entire country, but certainly here in the louisiana area. we had 1190 covid patients just about three weeks ago. 950 a week ago. we're down to 750 now, so we're
Apr 13, 2021
Washington Governor Jay Inslee today announced the rollback of three counties not meeting the Phase 3 Healthy Washington metrics for reopening activities.
The three counties returning to Phase 2 are:
• Cowlitz County
• Whitman County
“These metric trends are driven by the virus and we must continue to do everything we can to sharpen our focus and keep COVID-19 activity down. We are so close to the end of the tunnel here — we have made tremendous progress and we must keep our focus,” Inslee said. “It’s like a football game; we have done 95 yards on a 99 yard-drive. We can’t let up now. These are not punitive actions; they are to save lives and protect public health.”