Food And Drug Administration, Donald Trump, Dr Luke Wandera Nesbitt discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Rickets and right now taking a look at the temperatures, 86 degrees in Centerville, 84 in Colombia and 87 degrees in northwest D. C at 2 21 w T. O P. An announcement is expected from President Trump this evening on a therapy for treating the Corona virus. White House press secretary Kaylie Pagani is calling it a major therapeutic breakthrough. Youth Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar and Dr Stephen Han, the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, are expected to be in attendance for the 6 P.m. press conference. Resident, Trump is accusing the Food and Drug Administration of impeding enrollment in clinical trials for Corona virus, vaccines and therapeutics for political reasons. President tweeting that the deep state or whoever, he says over at the FDA is making Very difficulty is making a very difficulty for drug companies to get people in order to test the vaccines and therapeutics. He also claimed it's an attempt to delay a vaccine until after the election. He didn't provide evidence for the claims. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, responding to the president's tweet with her own, in which he accused the president of making a dangerous attempt to inject himself into the scientific decisions of the FDA, which she says jeopardizes the health and well being of all Americans. The CIA's help director says it's adding 147 people to its contact tracing team to help identify who could be carrying Cove in 19, and she says she's seeing a trend in where people are getting sick. DC Health director Dr Luke Wandera Nesbitt says 15% of Positive Cove in 19 cases in the last two weeks are related to people traveling or to them getting together with a group of five people arm or he's very small, intimate gatherings with friends and family to do something celebratory in bringing the car. NTAC tracing team above 400 staff members, Nesbitt says they can now do home visits to take a new approach to reach potentially sick residents have some obvious areas where we haven't been.

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