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"50 countries" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:24 min | Last month

"50 countries" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mission is to help businesses succeed. So communities prosper in spirit, E H. R. That makes a difference as we normally remind you. This is the forum rebroadcast so No phone calls or texts at this hour, please. Thank you. 20 minutes after 10. We're talking about climate anxiety and what to do with those feelings with Paul Hawkin. He's an environmentalist entrepreneur and author of the forthcoming book Regeneration, which comes out on September 14th. Dr Lisa Van Susteren. She is a founding member of the climate, Psychiatry, Alliance and Benavente trauma. She's the editorial page editor for the Boston Gloom, and she's the author of the Optimist Telescope, thinking ahead in a reckless aid. And we want to hear from you. How are you feeling about the state of climate change? What helps you stay positive? Have you funneled your anxiety into action? Tell us about it. Give us a call at 1866733. 6786 that's 18667336786. And you can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. Where at KQED Forum or you can email your questions to forum at kqed dot org Well before the break Lisa pointed out that it's important to feel the fields get to that grief, and then put that grief into action. So, Paul, I want to turn to you. Where does someone start? So they've Already. You know, we've I've dealt with my my smoke. You know, PTSD and I'm ready to do something about the world. Where's the first place that you recommend someone starting Yeah, it's a It's a question I get all the time are the other variation. The question is, what is the most important thing I can do? You know what's the number one? Uh, you know, action that I can take. And, um it's a great question is understandable. One Probably the most important thing that people can do is actually, um, discover where they live. People don't know where they are. I mean, it sounds so orthogonal, you know, remote from the pressing crisis at hand. Um, but we see climate and we have been writing about it and certainly, uh, in headlines as and it Is something that's out there somewhere like We've other it In the same way we've other people and cultures and religions and women. This is uttering language. And so in So doing, what we have done is to associate human beings from the biosphere. And we have also the associated the atmosphere for the biosphere and of the same thing. They're exactly the same thing, just different aspects and manifestations of it. And so when I say find out where you live where you are, it means to really the opposite of eco anxiety is ECA feel eah, okay, which is to really Find out The beauty discovered the beauty of the miracles. The mystery, uh, of where you live, you know, being was talking about it going swimming and Walden Pond, you know? I mean, there you go. And, um So we protect what we love and it's It's so understandable. I mean 70% of young people between 15 and 25. According to research has been done by clever Hogan Force for Nature all over in 50 countries experience eco anxiety, and it makes sense. I mean, they've inherited a world And then they're being told by baby boomers that through the last generation and you know that's their job to save the fate of the earth. I mean, get out of here, you know, And I'm sorry. I mean, it could be as easy as sort of, you know, Just getting when you say get to know your landscape. I mean, get to know your landscape in a sense that fall in love with it, So you care about saving it. That's kind of the summary of what you're saying. Correct. Well, yeah, I mean, we protect what we love. And where we need to do is stop thinking about it is something we can fix. You know, In the sense we're going to set up machines everywhere to, you know, suck carbon out of the air. You know, very Bill Gates and type of, you know. Picture of the future to solve the problem, and the problem is is not out there somewhere. It's in who we are and how we live, how we invest our money. It's where we put our emphasis. It's our cars we drive. It's and everything we do, because basically we've grown up in an economy that's extractive. It takes it takes life. Everything we Buy from everything. We, uh, everything every service we engage in self worth. If you really pull back, the curtain is taking life. It is the generating. And so that's why I called the new birth regeneration because The wave. The path forward is to regenerate life on earth. We're losing life on Earth and the pathways to do so. It's a pivot that 1 80, I think what the Aspect of the prospect and Lisa talked about this of acting because stress, anxiety and stress I mean, they're very related. They always the maps of Baptist stress anxiety. Is there so well knows and so forth, but stresses telling us to act and so forth. And what's so interesting about the work that Andrew Huberman is doing in Stafford, um, about stress and anxiety and action and how the brain works. Is that we believe that our beliefs change what we do. But in fact action changes our beliefs and so the path forward to eco anxiety is to act. A new question is what to do. What's the number one thing they can do? And the number one thing they can do is find out where they are where they are. Once they do that, once they're in that modality of wanting to do something wine to act as a plethora of things you can do, and one of the things that is the outcome of this latest perfect generation is a website. It is the most complete, uh, listing and network of solution climate solutions in the world, but not just the listing of them. But exactly how to do it. And when I mean how like on all levels of agency like if you're an individual, This is what you can do as an individual, But we're not individuals. That's kind of a myth. You know, that's the ego talking to us every morning, but we are all part of networks were part of neighborhoods communities. Family cities were part of companies were part of club synagogues, churches, temples. All those are who we are, and when we act we change. Our beliefs will be changed the beliefs that people around us and so what we generation has is like what you can do on all those levels of agency who you can influence who in government, one of the good actors out there. What is the bad actors were the great videos, books, articles That you can read on degraded land restoration, for example, you know, or challenges like the clear cutting of the boreal forest to make plus toilet paper for Procter and Gamble, You know, really the biggest stock of carbon in the world is being made in the toilet paper. And so rather than being overwhelmed by these things and being mad, angry or depressed, you know, and then What we're trying to do is give ways in which you can express yourself. Especially Of course, if you're a young person and you're looking to head you're looking at a future that it looks dark and foreboding rather than one. That is positive. And so we're trying to change the thing from probabilities of what's going to happen, which is well established in the science and well proven out to the possibilities of Creating a future that is different rather than a future that we're stealing is what we're doing right now. We can economically socially culturally heal the future and that can also be GDP. And that brings us to a world where we have employment that is meaningful that is dignified as purposeful. So in a sense, there is no greater opportunity and I go back to Lisa. You know, comments earlier that we are on the cusp of amazing possibilities. In terms of the restoration of our society of our culture of our sense of being of our sense of worth and who we are and why we're here in the first place. Just the emotion in your voice is leaving me? Hopefully I can hear that. You believe that we can do this bean? I want to turn to you. You talk about a Moldable reality and you see climate change is a work in progress. How does that help You stay optimistic or how do you stay optimistic? I want to be clear that I'm not an armchair optimist who looks around me at the world today in the forest burning where the floods that have come through with Hurricane Ida and just believes that everything is inevitably marching towards progress or getting better. I certainly don't, uh, I'm an active in the trenches. Optimist in the sense that I believe that we can change the course and the trajectory of our society. If we take action, and that's what I mean by there being a multiple.

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"50 countries" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:41 min | 3 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on WBUR

"The militants have taken some territory since the withdrawal of international troops, but he was confident they would be defeated leads to set reports from Kabul. If Lashkar gar falls to the militants. It would be a powerful blow to the Afghan army, whose troops were trained by the British and American forces. One station there, the British educated general leading the fight in Helmand, Sammy Sadat. Said he was confident the Taliban would not take the city is up to 90 of its fighters were being killed each day. But he warned that Taliban gains could threaten global security. Describing the war is a fight between liberty and totalitarian ism. The head of an organization helping Belarusians, who fled abroad has been found hanged in a park in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. Vitaly she shot who run the Belarusian house in Ukraine had been reported missing by his partner. In a statement, local police said they have launched a criminal case for suspected murder. At the Olympics. Norway's cashed in Var home has made history in the 400 M hurdles in an astonishing race. The two time world champion shattered his own world record by almost a second with a time of 45.95 seconds. He was elated. I feel ecstatic. It's just a great moment, and I can't believe the time. It's so fast and creases thing is that life told me that 45 can be possible. If you just hit the sweet spot and do everything perfectly and a lot of time I've been asked about the perfect race. I said it didn't exist, but this is the closest thing I've ever come On the water. New Zealand's Lisa Carrington won two gold medals in little more than an hour in the women's kayak single 200 double 500 M competitions. Authorities in the central Chinese city of Wuhan have said its entire population will be tested for Covid 19 announcement comes a day after the city reported seven cases of the highly transmissible delta variant from Beijing, Stephen McDonell reports. On the one hand, people in Wuhan have been told not to panic. But on the other officials have recommended that they don't leave the province or 11. Million residents living in the world's first city to experience a coronavirus lockdown will be tested for the virus. After a new outbreak of the Delta variant reached who bay in Nanjing. With this latest outbreak started, millions of residents have already been tested three times within a matter of weeks, Some highways have been closed and rail connections suspended. The authorities here attempt to rein in the virus, which has been found in dozens of locations. World News from the BBC. Brazil's top electoral court says it's opening an investigation into President Joo Bolsonaro over his unsubstantiated predictions of voting fraud. The president has claimed the country's electronic voting system is open to abuse and has indicated he may not accept the result of next year's election if he loses. Diplomats from 50 countries are gathering at the United Nations in Geneva later to discuss ways to control lethal autonomous weapons or killer robots, as they're sometimes called the latest negotiations come amid increasing debate over the ethics of autonomous weapons. Dozens of governments and groups like the International Committee of the Red Cross want a total ban, believing humans must stay in control. But as our Geneva correspondent imagine, folks says some countries want to develop such weapons. We have some very big military powers investing. In these weapons, and they may not want to be deterred at this point. Having said that the eye CRC Neil Davidson yesterday told me himself. He's staying positive because a lot of different groups and member states have put proposals into the U. N for this and there is a certain amount of agreement. So there's something to build on. Shares in Chinese tech companies have fallen after state media described video games as spiritual opium 10 Cent, one of the world's largest Internet businesses, saw its value fall by more than 10%. Those shares recovered after the economic Information daily deleted the line, the newspaper called online games and electronic drug, a new study of red oak, a pigment found on a stalagmite dome in a cave system in southern Spain. Has confirmed the staining was applied by Neanderthals more than 60,000. Years ago. The new analysis has risen revealed the pigments were applied by a process of splattering and blowing. They were made before the mass arrival of Homo SAPIENs in Europe. BBC news..

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Israeli Firm's Spyware Used to Target Journalists' Cell Phones

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Israeli Firm's Spyware Used to Target Journalists' Cell Phones

"By a group of media organizations indicates that military grade spyware from an Israeli based group is being used to spy on journalists, human rights activists and political dissidents. The consortium of 17 News organizations says it has identified more than 1000 people in 50 countries that they say were targeted for potential surveillance. The group includes almost 200 journalists. The information came from documents leaked to the human rights group Amnesty International.

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"50 countries" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:50 min | 4 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sure you heard about this and the screaming headline because it was so groundbreaking Earth shattering. Is what they call this thing, a bombshell. The rich, really pay no taxes. The cornerstone myth of the American tax system that everyone pays their fair share in the richest Americans pay the most According to leaked. IRS tax reports from the 25 richest people in the world and while in the country anyway, um that they pay income taxes, very tiny fraction, the hundreds of millions and billions that their fortunes grow each year. So this is some sort of bombshell to the rich aren't paying taxes on their wealth. No, you pay taxes on your income. If you're living off your wealth, much like, well, the way you're the Jeff Bezel. So the world the Bill Gates, the world that's okay, that's bad, but Explain to me how this is no different than the average retiree in Florida. Now we're talking about lot lot bigger numbers. But it's the same principle this. You're not taxed on that until you start spending it until you withdraw it, right. That's all that's that's incentive for us to fund our own retirements to fund our lives is to save money. So what you're saying is we want you to save money so we can take it before you spend it. How actually is that ground breaking or shattering? It's confiscatory. Now it's easy when you're going after the 25 richest people in America, that's that's low hanging fruit. That's easy. Because, you know, we have to hate people like that, because we don't have what that and so this is a jealousy taxes what it is. Um, well, taxation they do in other countries, and it's hard, it's difficult. You may say no, It's not that the vat tax on that. Yeah, but now you're taxing. Well, look at it this way. I won't look this up. So this is this is precedents. Court President. So the 16th amendment was ratified that gave the government the federal government the power to levy income tax, Right. And in about the 19 twenties, A vault is a woman went to The court. In. She owe taxes under the new law. I believe on stock dividends Now she didn't get any money. She just owned the stock and the stock kept appreciating in value. She just got was rewarded with more shares of that stock. Didn't cash it in but got stock awards. She just let it ride, right. Reinvested the dividends if you will. The Supreme Court ruled that you could not treat this as income because only it can only be taxed if and when the assets were sold or realized, I guess is what they were to realize. And that's true today, So we have a historical precedent here. That was said now you can. I'm sure that there are many revisions. Look back at this and go well, you know what is different today? It's so much different. No one ever foresaw. It's the same principle. Alright. We're better off when we save something for a rainy day. Now the government is not good at doing this. We just print and borrow more money. I get that but for me, and you were supposed to be saving some money, whether it's college retirement, whatever. So now you want to tax that money that you're saving? I haven't I may have Stock or I may have Bitcoin or a house or even a car. Some cars appreciate in value, right? What about your bobblehead collection? You've got every reds bobblehead Chomsky that was given away since 1970. What if you have this massive collection of beer bottles? What if you have We should We should We tax you on that, According to this, Yes, That's fair game. Yeah, I mean, as much as we have wealth inequality in this country, I fully understand that the tax system really isn't doing a hell of a lot about it. But this to me is like this is more like a jealousy tax. This the set piece. Honestly, if you want to tax wealth, and we got tax at all that includes Everything. I just mentioned how many people are going to be down for that at 513749 7800 big one in pounds over 18 t. Hey, rich here on the Scotts Alone show. Good morning. I'd like you to make a couple of comments one on the issue of releasing income tax returns. The, uh I mean, we've had a standing for less 75 years that that is confidential. And and, uh, I actually had to fire a person. That government at one time just started looking. At somebody's individual tax return when they did not have a right to look at, right? Yeah, that is That's something Congress is actually someone I forget who it may be, even Biden. Someone was debating whether or not we should change that, and it probably has more to do with trump than anything but Edit, or do you want someone? Look at it Your your income, you know, I mean, that's Yeah, That's I know Who's this this high. Some of the comments you mentioned Isik troops today. Wealth is in your ability to consume In other words, it's not in how much is on the balance sheet, Okay, because if we need to go to a consumption tax, uh, it that's what's happening pretty much all over the world, the bad tax everything else and we're not competitive and As far as these big corporations paying tax. You could raise the tax rate to 70% and the top 50. Uh, 55 companies that they're talking about. Who have major foot trench worldwide. Okay, You can't tax that income in the foreign country which was earned in the separate right in a foreign country. I've worked in 50 countries. Spent and, uh, that this just doesn't work. I mean, in other words, they're not going to pay any more taxes. Jeff basis is because the larger their company becomes worldwide. That's true. Every couple country company regardless of what country they're in, Okay, The foreign tax credit is they just will not be any tax. And like I said, because of the way that Tax structure is set up right now on foreign source income. There's no way that you know, every year, the United States tax Base for major corporations decreases in the United States because the world's growing fasting. Yes, we're in a where it could, because everybody thanks for the call, because we're in a global economy, right and we're competing globally now, as opposed to the United States, and that's that's really what we're talking about here. Now. The proposal has been that and it's some account. I think Berkeley economist said that You know we should be doing is tax directly taxing wealth. A 3% tax on fortune's over a billion dollars, Um, up to a 10% tax. So every year you get 10% of your wealth taken away. Where's your incentive ization to.

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"50 countries" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Did you saw some tax news that I thought I'd go. What was I saw a little bit. I know enough to be dangerous. I'm gonna let you up with. I don't know if this is going to be kind of like obamacare. We gotta pass. It doesn't know what's in it. Well, yeah, And I don't really pay really close attention. You know to this kind of stuff until it does get past But we're not. You know, when I get a blurb shoot across my phone that says, you know, G seven degrees to global tax policy That gets my attention, Wall Street journal. And, uh, this articles from happens to be from Reuters, Okay? But you know, it says Tech giants and tax havens targeted by historic G seven deal and so, uh, I'll just read a couple of paragraphs, and then we chat about the United States. Britain. And other large rich nations reached a landmark deal on Saturday today to squeeze more money out of multinational companies such as Amazon and Google and reduce their incentive to shift profits to low tax offshore havens. Hundreds of billions of dollars could flow into the coffers of governments left cash strapped by the Covid 19 pandemic after the G seven advanced economies agreed to back a minimum global corporate tax rate. Of at least 15%. And the article goes on to talk a little bit about how that might affect affect Facebook and how it may or may not affect Amazon and so forth. What I thought was interesting in some of the structure of the deal. Was they were targeting corporations that had margins gross margin above 10% 10%, so they weren't even necessarily We're going after companies that make $400 billion They're going after companies that make Over 10% profit. Mhm and Yeah, I mean, and so the interesting thing was, you know, Okay. You think of your average grocery store? They're They're working awful One or 2%. Right margin. I mean, those are kind of raising their dealing with volume. Yeah, right. Well, Amazon Kind of lives in that space. I mean, they're not at one or 2%, but They're you know, they're not necessarily to 10% profitability deal you know, across the board and a lot of lot of areas. And so, uh, you know, they're looking at Okay. How is this going to affect certain attack? Tech companies versus others right there? Uh, it looked like there was kind of a two tier. Aspect to it like They'll be OK up to this, you know, mark and say that once they hit 10% Then 20% of their additional profit. Might be shifted around to other countries in the local tax economy. I mean, it was it was almost like, listen to the old fashioned game show rules, right? I mean, kind of scrolling. Um But it's you know, it's just the thought that Okay, who might benefit generally, you know, in terms of either The stock pickers. Okay now, what are they thinking? Who's going to win? Next? I think that I think tax attorneys are going to win big for sure. That's what's gonna. Yes, they're going to figure out they're going to be hiring tax attorneys to figure out to get her way around it or, you know, how do we, you know Are they going to try to lower their margin? That's exactly what came in my mind. They're going to another been off, maybe a high margin business and carve that out of the corporation and spin that office its own stock. And okay, maybe that's domiciled in the U. S. But our core business that's 10 times the size. Yeah, it's still multinational. I mean, companies aren't going to just sit and roll over and play dead. No, I think you're going to have a lot of right brain thinking going where they where you know some attorneys are going to be really getting creative. And I think who who It's one who they're trying to benefit a little bit. Is Emerging economies, I think and They're able to compete. It's interesting. You say that you know, it's interesting. You say that just because I'm thinking you've got these huge countries that are targets of this thing and As an investor. I kind of like the idea that we're just all over the place in 45 countries, 50 countries plus around the world in our portfolios simply because, hey, yeah, You may have something like this. That happens now will they try to avoid it and find ways? Yeah, but it may take some time. And during the interim, you're going to want to make sure that you are really well mixed around the world. Not just putting everything in, right? Yeah, a total international funding and total U. S fund or something like that, or what we typically see. Is typically you don't see that investors are in anything other than those big G seven countries. I was looking at folio from a country point of view, because, like, for example, Ireland is only charging 5%. I mean, yeah, they would like the 15%. But But Would. How would how would that be? And also Germany is like going to add 10% to the 15%. Yeah, it's good for them. But how Yeah, And then would it? Yeah, Uh, Thailand is gonna gonna be in the play because they are really lengthen. Okay. We want to. We want to be part of the part of the tech. China. Thank uh so yeah, I'm kind of like it's exciting to look at that. How it would he would really. I think it will be interesting. We'll see how it all plays out. But I think those are some interesting observations that and I think the bottom line for investors just to keep in mind as always want to bring this back to the bottom line. You diversify broadly broadly broadly, and most people aren't diversified enough for what might be coming down. The road is the way I look at it. It can be really dangerous territory. When all these different governments get together and they decide we're going to change the way everything is done. Because you'll have to have companies rearrange the furniture and rearrange the furniture. They will. You know, as we always hear that it ends up being the consumer that pays for this stuff. Yes, is really what it gets down to, somehow or other. It's just how are you going to pay for it? You know we can try to punish these companies all we want, but it doesn't work very well..

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"50 countries" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Killed since Monday, including 39 Children and 22 Women. Israel says a people have been killed in Israel by Palestinian rocket attacks, including six civilians, two of them Children. U S envoy is now in the region and appealing for calm. NPR's Daniel Estrin is in Jerusalem. Had the Hammer is a senior State Department envoy. He arrived, He says he's here to see calm, but also to defend Israel's right to defend itself against rocket fire. The Biden administration's approach appears to be Publicly defending Israel's right to defend itself so that privately they can make a difference and sit with Israel. Impress Israel on ways to save lives. U. N Security Council scheduled to discuss the fighting in a meeting tomorrow. World leaders looking to stamp out online extremism and a joint effort following New Zealand's Christ church mosque attack two years ago. NPR's Amy held reports more than 50 countries have joined the initiative, including the United States. For the first time. The initiative seeks to end online hate and the terrorism it can inspire, spurred by the worst attack in New Zealand history two years ago when a gunman livestreamed a massacre of Muslim worshippers. Investigation found online white supremacists, um helped radicalize him. The U. S. Has now joined the international effort known as the Christ Church. Call here, Secretary of State Antony Blinken. We believe we can fight terrorism and respect people's rights and freedoms. At the same time, you Zealand Prime Minister Just send our turn, says algorithms are now the main focus. The existence of algorithms themselves is not necessarily the problem. It's whether or not they are being ethically used. Tech.

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"50 countries" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:18 min | 6 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on WJR 760

"And we're excited in advance of the rocket mortgage classic. That's for sure. I have two mothers with me right now. And Thomas and Dana Clark. I'm going to be speaking to my mother. Sweet Marie before 10 o'clock, I'm actually just said them. I'm actually a little nervous because I'm not sure what to ask my mother. But I do have a couple of facts and figures. When do you think more phone calls were made than any other day? Dad about the other day. You're absolutely right. More phone calls than any other day On Mother's Day holiday chats with mom often caused phone traffic despite by as much as 37%. Of all the flowers bought for holidays. One quarter are purchased for Mother's Day. Now, Of course we have a flower issue, supposedly, but I have a feeling we're going to find out that they've had plenty of flowers for each Tuesday. Flower Day at Eastern. Absolutely so I don't think We've had that kind of shortage. The amount of money spent on Mother's Day in the U. S is approximately One billion Five billion. 14 billion. Dana, What do you think I'll go in the middle. 5 14 14 billion it is. Wow. What do we buy? 14, not flowers. That's a lot of potatoes. His hand would say. So. What would we be buying, though, huh? Flowers candy. Dinner dinner? Yeah. Wow. That's Zen. Astonishing amount 14 remember in most countries and languages. The word for mother always begins with an M. How is that possible in all these different languages? I know one English mother, but it's in all these other. Languages. It starts with with an M as well. And it's celebrated in close toe. 50 countries throughout the world Mother's Day is the busiest day of the year for restaurants. Yeah. And and rightfully so, because then Mom? Yes. Could I just have to cook exactly what would make it the best Mother's Day ever for you, Dana. Not to have to cook. Yeah, Yeah, no. No chores that day, Probably for me Like just a relaxing day I massage a facial, a pamper day. And then dinner. I was just going to say Not much. And then the list started growing E. No. You got me going. Check if I check with you later today. That list pointed me, bro. What about for you in exactly the same as Dana. Same thing? Yes. That would be wonderful. You both are lucky enough to have your mother's still with you. So do you have similar plans? For Mom. Mm e. I have no idea I have to check in with her. Obviously, we're not going out so I'll probably end up cooking. Well, she did for you for years. Yes, yes. And so And so you will. Happily for her, too. She have a favorite meal that you might fix way both like lobster. A lot. So maybe lobster, some lobster tails easy. That's a good one. Yeah, it's easy. Wow. That's great. Grill it for you. Just really this good. Yeah. And Yes, I'm going to have mom over so for brunch, but the Children are bringing the guy shouldn't go on Children. The young adults Children because gonna be bringing the food. So we don't have to say yes. That's a nice time. That's a very nice touch is a good idea. Yes. When I heard that I was smiling from ear to ear, e thought, Okay, We're making some progress here. This is good. You're a look. The verge of one of your Children becoming a mother? Yes, is what is it? Bad to talk? Is it like a damaging anything by talking exciting? Yes. Who's Who's having a baby? Helen? Helen! Helen. Congratulations. Oh, it's that soon. You know, I think we can just say something now. We haven't said anything, but it's clear, right? I'm sure I just found out because Kim told me and in one of her You know? Letters or emails or texts that we were all a part of. So congratulate. Congratulations. Did you say Helen and Jeff Cash? John and Josh? Helen and John? So do you know what it did they find out Yes, it's gonna be a baby boy O But no. Now do you feel about that, Annie? How do you feel? Thean? A grandmother. It's exciting. Very exciting. Yes, there won't be any names discussed until the baby is born. And will you be okay? Okay, Grandma and or do you have one of those other names that More and more parents of our generation's had come up with, like known a and Nana, You know, glamour instead of good old fashioned, grandma, Grandpa, Grandma, Grandma, I'll go with whatever works for the baby. I'm pretty flexible. Okay, So you know, sometimes the baby kind of gives the name. That's what they did with my Children. Well, they came up. Well, they started Ram saying Nana. So then that now they call my mountain Nana. So, Yeah. Okay. Whatever works. I'm flexible. All right, And there was a song of course related to that. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. Hey, fix me some food. I'm so Kim is weighed in. And this is an easy It's a no brainer at our house. A he jewelry Oh, wow. Good Call. There you go. Mm hmm. Although some people might think My lovely wife would never say that. You know, that's too much jewelry. No more Children. I don't know. There were.

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"50 countries" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Legislation that would allow the permit list carrying of a handgun in public state Senator Charles Shorten her was forced to add amendments increasing penalties against felons. Caught with a firearm and those with family violence convictions just to get the votes. I think this is an advancement that's going to improve safety, both for the individual and society at large. Democrats argued It would make Texans less safe state Senator Jose Menendez removing the license to carry We're also gonna be removing the background checks the training class the written exam, the shooting test fingerprints. How still needs to approve the amendments? Chris Fox News Radio 1200 W O a bill aimed at restricting abortions cleared a major hurdle in the Texas House. The bill would significantly shortened the window during which a woman can have an abortion. It would also allow virtually anyone to sue an abortion provider over a violation even if they are not connected to the people involved. SB Eight blocks abortions once a fetal heartbeat has been detected, which could be as early as six weeks, with no exceptions for rape or incest. Final passage of the bill could come as soon as today. The governor has indicated he will sign the bill into law. President Biden is making his opinion known about Republicans in Congress. Looking to Alice, one of their leaders who remains critical of former President Trump, The Republican Party president, Biden says is going through up mini revolution, It seems as though the Republican Party Trying to identify what it stands for. President responded to a question about Wyoming Republican loose Cheney to third ranking House Republican in danger of being ousted from leadership. Because of criticism of former President Trump. I've been a Democrat for a long time. We've gone through periods. We've had internal fights and disagreements. Don't ever remember any like this. Top House Republicans are supporting New York Republican Elise Stefanik to replace Cheney and a massive milestone in the fight against Cove. It appears to be just two months away, the CDC says. That's when cases could be under control of deaths and hospitalizations for projected to drop dramatically. But that's only if people continue to get vaccinated and where mass This comes as two new studies show Fizer vaccine as 92 95% effective against two Cove. It strains the UK variant is spread to 50 countries. When President Biden took office 46% of kindergarten through eighth grade schools had reopened. Numbers out today show it's upto 54% by the Education Department survey found racial disparities remain. Nearly half of white students have returned. While it's about a third for black and Hispanic students and even less for Asian students at 15%. Federal judge is holding back her decision to overturn a national ban on evictions. Judge Dabney Friedrich is staying her ruling. While the Justice Department appeals it, Friedrich ruled Wednesday. The CDC does not have the authority to stop landlord from evicting tenants. The moratorium on evictions was put in place tell people struggling to pay their rent during the pandemic. Well. San Antonio police are investigating the shooting death of a 29 year old man on the city's North East side. Wednesday evening. Shortly before seven p.m. the victim arrived at an apartment complex on Austin highway near walls and rode to pick up a friend. As he waited in the car. A gray sedan pulled up alongside him and somebody in that vehicle said something to the victim, then shot him in the head and drove off. Victim died at the scene. Officers are looking for witnesses to American males have been convicted of murdering an Italian police officer, An alleged drug deal gone wrong two years ago. A jury in Rome return the guilty verdicts Wednesday against 21 year old Finnigan Elder and his 20 year old friend, Gabriel Natali. Hjorth. Prosecutors had said Elder stabbed the officer it 11 times with a knife he brought with him on his trip. And his friend helped him hide the weapon in their hotel room. The Americans said they acted in self defense thinking. Two plainclothes police officers were attempting to rob them during a botched drug deal. Both were sentenced to life in prison but can be eligible for parole in 21 years. Space X is celebrating a successful landing of its Starship spacecraft and Starbase. Flight control is confirmed. As you can see on the live video. We are down the starship has landed. It's the first time that next generation rocket has successfully landed at its Boca Chica Beach, Texas tests I had a small fire broke out at the base of the rocket right after landing, but it was quickly put out the last time the starship nearly landed. It exploded as it was touching down and debris from a space rocket is falling back to Earth and expected to crash on Saturday that researchers are not exactly sure where it'll land. In fact, they won't know until a few hours before the rocket was used to help take the main module of China's space station into orbit last week and now The U. S. Is tracking a 100 ft Long section the largest since 1991 experts say the risk of someone actually getting hit by the wreckage is pretty small. W Away I news time 805. The Spurs suffered another loss to the Jazz and Utah The voice of the Spurs Bill Schoening has more in today's Spurs report. Brought to you by directions home loan it lock in terror. The Utah Jazz of one point opened up a 41 point lead in the second half as they cruise past They're just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news radio 1200 w o Ai and I heart radio. I'm charity. McCurdy news radio 1200 w o a. 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AstraZeneca: US data shows vaccine effective for all adults

Kim Komando

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

AstraZeneca: US data shows vaccine effective for all adults

"Double multinational. AstraZeneca says U. S trial data shows its Corona virus vaccine is nearly 80% effective related research that may answer some questions about the shots. Effectiveness in older populations. Advanced trial data on the vaccine shows it is 79% effective. AstraZeneca says it's experts also identified no safety concerns related to the virus and found no increase risk of blood clots among the more than 20,000 people who got at least one dose of the shot. Although the company's vaccine has been authorized in more than 50 countries, it is not yet being given the green light in the U.

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"50 countries" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on WTOP

"In the right direction. Nationwide, new covert cases are at their lowest since the end of October. Hospitalizations down 46% in the last month. But leading public health experts say, Brace yourselves the next 14 weeks, I think will be the worst of the pandemic. Tonight. New York confirms it's treating its first case of a variant likely discovered in South Africa, and it may get much worse about 40 million Americans have had at least one Corona virus vaccine shots and more than 14 million have had both doses in this area. Yesterday, Virginia recorded the lowest single day increase in Corona virus cases since November, about 15 Under new cases, Maryland recorded 722 and that was the fewest for a single day in Ox since October, D. C. Reported 83 new cases. The UN's World Health Organization has granted an emergency authorization to the Corona virus vaccine made by AstraZeneca, allowing the agency's partners to ship millions of doses. Two countries that's part of a U. N supported program to fight the virus. It's the second vaccine approved by the WH show it approved the visor vaccine in December. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been approved in more than 50 countries, including Britain, India, Argentina and Mexico. A rocket attack on U. S led forces in northern Iraq has killed a civilian contractor and injured a U. S service member. It's similar to attacks carried out by Iran about a year ago, and there are some new questions surrounding this latest incident. These new attacks are smaller. Rockets that could be launched by militia that are believed to be linked to Iran. But Isis is also in the area and could well be involved in these attacks, considering that this set of rockets landed in a civilian area near reveal international airport, wounding two people, But there is the U. S military base nearby where the attack took place, so it's not clear. What the actual target watch. W T o p national security correspondent J. J Green It's 5 44 artless provides comprehensive services to help defense contractors manage controlled unclassified information or see you I at a fraction of what it would cost to do with themselves. The deal D has issued an interim rule change requiring new assessments, which will go into effect November 30th. We offer multiple options to help customers prepare, including a free one day review of.

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World Health Organization approves AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

World Health Organization approves AstraZeneca vaccine for emergency use

"Organization has granted an emergency authorization to the Corona virus vaccine made by AstraZeneca, allowing the agency's partners to ship millions of doses. Two countries that's part of a U. N supported program to fight the virus. It's the second vaccine approved by the WH show it approved the visor vaccine in December. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been approved in more than 50 countries, including Britain, India, Argentina and Mexico. A rocket attack on U.

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"50 countries" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The CBS News weekend round up cutting up the historic second impeachment trial of former President Trump. He fanned the flame of violence and it worked the covert 19 vaccine shortage, forcing closures of some sites in L. A. It's because they don't have enough vaccine. And the kaleidoscope segment help for the dwindling number of black farmers. I don't need to hear anything from president but I need action. I'm Allison Keyes in the Washington bureau. We begin this week with the Corona virus pandemic as President Biden wards of the covert 19 death toll in the nation is likely to hit 500,000 next month. The president also says the nation is on track to have enough vaccines for 300 million Americans by the end of July. But right now, CBS is Carter Evans reports. Demand is far outpacing the supply. Well in L A right now it's a serious problem. Vaccination sites, mass vaccination sites. Which we're giving upto 12,000 shots a day right now are closed, and it's because they don't have enough vaccine. What they're doing right now is reserving what little vaccine they do have For second doses, so right now, A lot of people aren't getting their first dose is the mayor of Los Angeles said this week. Their delivery was 16,000 doses, and that was down 90,000. From the week before, so and it looks like it's gonna get worse before it gets better. And I understand at the Crenshaw Christian Center, which is just such a well known place, they're also out and it's in a community where Black people and brown. People were hesitant to get the vaccines in the first place, right, right, And I spoke with someone at the Christian Center there who said that she was even hesitant to get the vaccine at first, but she had read up about it, and she realizes that this is something that's going to help her and not hurt her. And now she is doing her best to explain that to the community, the church opened up its parking lot. A zoo vaccination site, and they had to close on Thursday because there wasn't enough vaccines. So it Zhar enough to convince this community to come out and get vaccinated. And then all of a sudden, with little warning. It's closed. It's not a good situation. And I know that Dr Fauci was trying to sound some hopeful dotes about vaccines on Friday. What did he have to say about when people are going to expect that they can get one? You know, And this is what's so interesting because this is a difference between what we're hearing and what we're seeing on the ground. And what we're hearing from. Dr Fauci is this that things are going to get a lot better, and they're going to get a lot better by April. And that's going to be a point where he says it's gonna be like a free for all anybody can get a vaccine. So if that's the case, and it seems like they are securing more doses, the president announced that they secured more doses those air coming this summer now. Visor figured out how to manufacture vaccines faster, almost twice as fast so it does feel like the cavalry's coming. It's just gonna take a few weeks before it gets here. CBS is Carter Evans. The CDC issues. New Covert 19 guidelines for schools as a Biden administration tries to fulfill its promise to send most students back to class roads within its 1st 100 days. But there are worries for many as we hear from CBS is Meg Oliver Philadelphia School District, in particular, is in the midst of a very tense battle between the teacher's Union and the district about safely reopening. Ah lot of sticking points, including upgrading the ventilation system and requiring vaccinate Sins for teachers before they go back. We've seen San Francisco recently reached a tentative deal in Chicago. But there are still many districts across the country in this battle and the C D. C. I know, the CDC director said that they weren't going to require that teachers have vaccines on their way back into these classrooms. That's part of the guidance that is being issued right? Correct. That's sparking a big debate in the education community. As we know, many teachers want a vaccine before they feel comfortable returning, and CDC is looking at five areas of coronavirus medication, including basics like mass social distancing. But if safety the proper safety measures are put in place, and These guidelines are followed. They're not requiring teachers to be vaccinated. They're saying it's not necessary for them to return safely into school. What have you been hearing from the teachers and parents that you have been talking to? Are they on board with this or are they still really worried? They're very worried. We sat down with the Philadelphia elementary School teacher, David Malone this week in Philadelphia, who said he has not comfortable returning until all of the school's ventilation have been upgraded. He also Wants to get a vaccine before he returns. Then we've heard from parents on the other side, who say this is reassuring. This is the first science based guidelines that are coming out, saying that it is safe to return and it proper safety measures are put in place, and there aren't as many people in the classroom. They feel comfortable sending their Children back, and a lot of parents feel as if their voice Not being heard right now. I think there are a lot of parents that want to see that the table as they're watching this debate between school district's and teachers unions, there are parents. I also talked to a Philadelphia mother this week who's too nervous to send her Children back. She has three kids, two in the middle schools and one in elementary school, and she talked about different issues such as She has to use public transportation to get her Children to school, and she doesn't trust that She's nervous that they could be carriers and bring the virus back to her. She doesn't have underlying conditions, but it still makes her scared. Her daughter also told her that before the pandemic, her school didn't even have hot water. And so, so why should they trust them? That they're gonna have enough cleaning supplies in the schools to protect the students? So it's it's AH hot button issue. It's ah, passionate debate between among all sides. Families that are eager after almost a year of having their kids and all remote learning. There are so many parents that want to return in person for their students. CBS has made Oliver now to Britain, where a variant found in Kent is causing worries. CBS is Vicki Barker explains the U case. Chief Genetic Surveillance Officer Yes, there is a job description like that says that the can't variant as it's come to be called. Is now sweeping the world. It looks set to become the dominant form of coronavirus. Pretty soon it's now been spotted in 50 countries on Dit is the reason that the UK was thrust back into lockdown last month, so this is the one that spreads faster, and some doctors are saying it's more dangerous. Is that right? It's still not completely clear the extent to which it is more dangerous. It is more dangerous by dent of being more contagious. It's 70% more contagious than other forms of Corona virus, which means that it can spread its tentacles into that much bigger population, which means the chances of it reaching a vulnerable person who's likely to become seriously ill or die. Is that much greater So yes on D. Unfortunately, this same woman who's predicting the can variant to become the dominant one is also saying she expects to be Looking out for new covert variants for the next 10 years. CBS is Vicki Barker coming up terrifying attacks on Asian Americans. That's next on the CBS News weekend. Roundup. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. Is that Shakespeare? Nope. It's Geico.

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"50 countries" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:11 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Up the historic second impeachment trial of former President Trump. He fanned the flame of violence. And it worked. The covert 19 vaccine shortage, forcing closures of some sites in L. A. It's because they don't have enough vaccine in the kaleidoscope segment, help for the dwindling number of black farmers. Only here in the thing from President bite. I need happy on that Wilson Keys in the Washington bureau. We begin this week with the Corona virus pandemic as President Biden wards of the covert 19 death toll in the nation. Is likely to hit 500,000 next month. The president also says the nation is on track to have enough vaccines for 300 million Americans by the end of July. But right now, CBS is Carter Evans reports. Demand is far outpacing the supply. Well in L A. Right now it's a serious problem. Vaccination sites, mass vaccination sites. Which we're giving upto 12,000 shots a day right now are closed, and it's because they don't have enough vaccine. What they're doing right now is reserving what little vaccine they do have For second doses, so right now, A lot of people aren't getting their first dose is the mayor of Los Angeles said this week. Their delivery was 16,000 doses, and that was down 90,000. From the week before, so and it looks like it's gonna get worse before it gets better. And I understand at the Crenshaw Christian Center, which is just such a well known place. They're also out in its in a community where Black people and brown. People were hesitant to get the vaccines in the first place, right, right, And I spoke with someone at the Christian Center there who said that she was even hesitant to get the vaccine at first, but She had read up about it, and she realizes that this is something that's going to help her and not hurt her. And now she is doing her best to explain that to the community, the church opened up its parking lot, a zoo vaccination site, and they had to close. On Thursday because there wasn't enough vaccines. So it Zhar enough to convince this community to come out and get vaccinated. And then all of a sudden, with little warning. It's closed. It's not a good situation. And I know that Dr Fauci was trying to sound some hopeful dotes about vaccines on Friday. What did he have to say about when people are going to expect that they can get one? You know, And this is what's so interesting because this is a difference between what we're hearing in what we're seeing on the ground. And what we're hearing from. Dr Fauci is this that things are going to get a lot better, and they're going to get a lot better by April. And that's going to be a point where he says it's gonna be like a free for all anybody can get a vaccine. So if that's the case, and it seems like they are securing more doses, the president announced that they secured more doses those air coming this summer now. Visor figured out how to manufacture vaccines faster, almost twice as fast so it does feel like the cavalry's coming. It's just gonna take a few weeks before it gets here. CBS is Carter Evans. The CDC issues. New Covert 19 guidelines for schools as a Biden administration tries to fulfill its promise to send most students back to class roads within its 1st 100 days. But there are worries for many as we hear from CBS is Meg Oliver Philadelphia School District, in particular, is in the midst of a very tense battle between the teacher's Union and the district about safely reopening. Ah lot of sticking points, including upgrading the ventilation system and requiring vaccinate Sins for teachers before they go back. We've seen San Francisco recently reached a tentative deal in Chicago, but there are still Many districts across the country in this battle and the CDC. I know, the CDC director said that they weren't going to require that teachers have vaccines on their way back into these classrooms. That's part of the guidance that is being issued right? Correct. That's sparking a big debate in the education community. As we know many teachers want a vaccine before they feel comfortable returning, and the CDC is looking at five areas of coronavirus medication in clue. In basics like mask social distancing. But if safety the proper safety measures are put in place, and these guidelines air followed, they're not requiring teachers to be vaccinated. They're saying it's not necessary for them to return safely into school. What have you been hearing from the teachers and parents that you have been talking to? Are they on board with this or are they still really worried? They're very worried. We sat down with the Philadelphia elementary school teacher David Malone this week in Philadelphia, who said he is not comfortable returning until all of the school's ventilation have been upgraded. He also wants to get a vaccine before he returns. Then we've heard from parents on the other side, who say This is reassuring. This is the first science based guidelines that are coming out, saying that it is safe to return and it proper safety measures are put in place and there aren't as many people in the classroom. They feel comfortable sending their Children back. And a lot of parents feel as if they're boys. Not being heard right now. I think there are a lot of parents that want to see that the table as they're watching this debate between school district's and teachers unions, there are parents. I also talked to a Philadelphia mother this week who's too nervous to send her Children back. She has three kids, two in the middle schools and one in elementary school, and she talked about different issues such as She has to use public transportation to get her Children to school, and she doesn't trust that She's nervous that they could be carriers and bring the virus back to her. She doesn't have underlying conditions, but it still makes her scared. Her daughter also told her that before the pandemic, her school didn't even have hot water. And so, so why should they trust them? That they're gonna have enough cleaning supplies in the schools to protect the students? So it's it's AH hot button issue. It's ah, passionate debate between among all sides. Families that are eager after almost a year of having their kids and all remote learning. There are so many parents that want to return in person for their students. CBS has made Oliver now to Britain, where a variant fountain Kent is causing worries. CBS is Vicki Barker explains the U case. Chief Genetic surveillance Officer Yes, there is a job description like that. Says that the can't variant, as it's come to be called, is now sweeping the world. It looks set to become the dominant form of coronavirus. Pretty soon it's now been spotted in 50 countries on Dit is the reason that the UK was thrust back into lockdown last month, So this is the one that Spreads faster, and some doctors are saying it's more dangerous. Is that right? It's still not completely clear the extent to which it is more dangerous. It is more dangerous by dent of being more contagious. It's 70% more contagious.

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"50 countries" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on WTOP

"Your free estimate. Now at sir to pro dot com that sir to with the sea, each surgical painters, businesses independently owned and operated 10 35. The FDA has reportedly approved a simple fix for rapidly increasing Corona virus vaccine supplies. The New York Times says Madonna will be allowed to put up to 40% Mork Corona virus vaccine into each of its vials. The change could increase the nation's vaccine supply by as much as 20%, although the move could take weeks to implement For the first time A covert vaccine will be tested in Children. It's happening in the UK. The trial seeks to recruit 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 with up to 240 receiving the vaccine and the remainder of control. Meningitis vaccine Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial Andrew Pollard says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine in young people. It is impossible that Why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future regulations in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine, which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess, it London. Ice this morning. Some rain in the week ahead. All the details on that next. It's 10 36. Thanks for calling. 1 800 got junk thistles. Sarah, How can I help? I've been thinking. What have you been thinking about a clattering And what did you.

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"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

"3 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 with up to 200 fourty receiving the vaccine and the remainder of control meningitis vaccine. Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial. Andrew Pohlad says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine. In young people. It is impossible that Why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future. Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine, which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London the University of Oxford in the U. K plans to test its covert 19 vaccine in Children for the first time. Trial seeks to recruit 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 with up to 200 fourty receiving the vaccine and the remainder of control meningitis vaccine Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial. Andrew Pohlad says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine. In young people. It is impossible that Why do you use to try and curb the progress of the panda Me might be considered in the future. Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine, which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London coach. Overmyer says Doyle resigned the day after he'd hired him. The Fritz Pollard alliance, whose mission is to increase diversity in the NFL, ripped the Jaguars and said racist allegations that I You should have disqualified Doyle on Thursday. Meyer defended his hiring, saying their relationship went back 20 years and he was vetted. Iowa paid Doyle $1.1 million to resign after more than a dozen black players and said he discriminated against them. Doyle denied the allegations. A lawsuit is pending. I'm Julie Walker..

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"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

"Severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine in young people. It is impossible that why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future. Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine. Which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London the University of Oxford in the U. K plans to test its covert 19 vaccine in Children for the first time. Trial seeks to recruit 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 with up to 240 receiving the vaccine and the remainder of control. Meningitis vaccine Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial Andrew Pollard says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine in young people. It is impossible that Why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future. Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine, which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London coach. Overmyer says Doyle resigned the day after he'd hired him. The Fritz Pollard alliance, whose mission is to increase diversity in the NFL, ripped the Jaguars and said racist allegations that I You should have disqualified Doyle on Thursday. Meyer defended his hiring, saying their relationship went back 20 years and he was vetted. Iowa paid Doyle $1.1 million to resign after more than a dozen black players and said he discriminated against them. Doyle denied the allegations. A lawsuit is pending. I'm Julie Walker. Think with Metro By T Mobile your hard earned money goes.

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"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

"Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial. Andrew Pohlad says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine. In young people. It is impossible that Why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future. Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine, which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London the University of Oxford in the U. K plans to test its covert 19 vaccine in Children for the first time. The trial seeks to recruit 300 volunteers between the ages of six and 17 with up to 200 fourty receiving the vaccine and the remainder of control meningitis vaccine Chief researcher on the Oxford Vaccine trial. Andrew Pohlad says that while most Children don't get severely ill from covert 19, it is important to establish safety of the vaccine. In young people. It is impossible, but why do you use to try and curb the progress of the pandemic might be considered in the future? Regulators in more than 50 countries have authorized widespread use of the Oxford vaccine. Which is being produced and distributed by AstraZeneca for use in people over the age of 18. Sarah Bess it London coach. Overmyer says Doyle resigned the day after he'd hired him. The Fritz Pollard alliance, whose mission is to increase diversity in the NFL, ripped the Jaguars and said racist allegations that Iowa should have disqualified Doyle on Thursday. Meyer defended his hiring, saying their relationship went back 20 years and he was vetted. Iowa paid Doyle $1.1 million to resign after more than a dozen black players had said he discriminated against them. Doyle denied the allegations. A lawsuit is pending. I'm Julie Walker..

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"50 countries" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:33 min | 9 months ago

"50 countries" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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UN: Nuclear weapons ban treaty to enter into force

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UN: Nuclear weapons ban treaty to enter into force

"To prohibit nuclear weapons now has enough signatories to come into force 1/50 country Honduras has ratified it. Teri Schultz reports The U. S is actively opposing the accord and most European countries air withholding support the treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons will come into force January 22nd pledging the 50 signatory is not to develop test store use or basically have anything to do with nuclear weapons. The U. N is delighted with this step toward global disarmament. But the treaty remains opposed by countries that have nuclear weapons, including the U. S. Britain, China, France and Russia. No NATO ally has joined the treaty.

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UN: Nuclear weapons ban treaty to enter into force

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00:56 sec | 1 year ago

UN: Nuclear weapons ban treaty to enter into force

"On international treaty banning nuclear weapons will come into force in three months time after it was ratified by the required 50 countries. The U. N treaty on the prohibition of nuclear weapons was adopted by the General Assembly in 2017 and has been approved by countries ranging from South Africa on Nigeria to Cuba and Kazakhstan, Ali McConnell reports. The international treaty bans the use developments, production or stockpiling of nuclear weapons as well as the threat of their use. But crucially, the major nuclear powers of the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia have not signed it. They've argued that the weapon's service a deterrent and say they remain committed to the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty, which seeks to prevent their spread. Campaigners have nevertheless hailed the development is a historic milestone and say the new treaty will stigmatized nuclear arms, making them comparable to chemical and biological

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Facebook launches TikTok rival called Reels for Instagram

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Facebook launches TikTok rival called Reels for Instagram

"Amid government threats to shut down Chinese video sharing company TIC Tac's U. S operations. And as Microsoft ponders a possible TIC TAC acquisition, Facebook says who needs Tic Tac today of launching a copycat product in more than 50 countries, including this one It's called Instagram reels, and it lets people edit 15 2nd clips of videos together alongside music just like with thick talk

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"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

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09:48 min | 1 year ago

"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

"Sanofi says it will be distributing the doses of hydroxy clerk went to 50 countries and aims to quadruple its production the company cautions that hydroxy clerk when has several serious known side effects and so far tests are inconclusive over its safety and efficacy in treating covert 19 Sanofi says while hydroxy Cork win is generating a lot of hope for patients around the world it should be remembered that there are no results from on going studies and the results may be positive or negative president trump has been among the drugs proponents I'm Ben Thomas

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"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

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09:48 min | 1 year ago

"50 countries" Discussed on AP News

"Sanofi says it will be distributing the doses of hydroxy clerk went to 50 countries and aims to quadruple its production the company cautions that hydroxy clerk when has several serious known side effects and so far tests are inconclusive over its safety and efficacy in treating covert 19 Sanofi says while hydroxy Cork win is generating a lot of hope for patients around the world it should be remembered that there are no results from on going studies and the results may be positive or negative president trump has been among the drugs proponents I'm Ben Thomas

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Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

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06:31 min | 1 year ago

Covid-19 is now in more than 50 countries

"Let's first turn our attention to the coronavirus and efforts to contain it cobit nineteen the novel coronavirus disease has now spread to more than fifty countries and for the first time there are now more new cases outside of China where it originated then inside the country on Wednesday president trump held a news conference about the government's response to the illness flanked by health officials he appointed vice president Mike pence to direct efforts to contain its spread while seeming to downplay the risk to Americans not San Francisco meanwhile is on high alert although there have been no cases in the city mayor London breed declared a state of emergency to mobilize resources and prepare for possible outbreaks and there now appears to be a second person in the United States who contracted the virus through unknown origins both of those patients are from the bay area Solano and Santa Clara counties joining me now is Dr Charles Chu an infectious disease expert and professor at UC San Francisco doctor to thank you for being with us and it's a very busy time for you Dr sure there's a lot of fear in the community right now how much concern should people have what level is appropriate I think we should be worried we we definitely should be concerned because we are starting to see some cases of of the virus circulating in the community and by that I mean cases of infection where we don't know where it came from we don't know how this one individual ones from Solano county became infected and we also do not know how the second case in in Santa Clara county became infected as well so I think we should be worried we should be but at the same time we should also be quite vigilant and really be able to keep in touch with the with the guidance from our public health agencies and manage medical authorities which is to make sure you wash your hands to make sure you don't touch your face after that what else would you recommend for the recognition would not be too old to wear masks for instance not at this time yet we still do not see definitive evidence that we have community transmission we have lots and lots of cases that are being that that that are circulating in the community but the other thing would be to get your influenza vaccination because it's still the fact that influence is far more common than than getting an infection from this virus and so if you get your influenza vaccine vaccination that's just to protect you from that it's not going to help you with this new virus that yes yeah the influx of the influenza vaccine doesn't protect you against this virus but it does protect you against influenza and influenza this year has already been responsible for thousands of deaths so it it's it's just to put things into proportion your risk of actually getting influenza is still far greater than your risk of getting infected with this fires on their website the centers for disease control says quote the potential public health threat posed by code nineteen the formal name for this virus is very high both globally and to the United States where do you think we are in the trajectory of this virus how do you expect it to evolve well well right now we're actually seeing more cases of the infection from the virus outside of China it used to be that the vast majority of cases were in China but I I think as of yesterday there was a turning point in that we're now seeing evidence of transmission say of the virus in other countries say in South Korea and Japan in Italy and Iran so far it appears that at least the United States we still have very few cases under fifty I believe and out of which nearly all of the cases we're able to track meaning that they're either returning travelers from China that were able to follow do contact tracing on as well as potential individuals who come back because are quarantined these two cases though are the first cases of community acquired transmission where we did not we did not know where they got infected from and do you expect to see more of those will this become a seasonal virus I expect I I believe that that's certainly a possibility one thing that might happen and that may be due due to the characteristics of this virus that roughly about the the majority of people roughly about eighty to eighty five percent of people infected they have mild symptoms that have no symptoms at all it's only the small fraction of say ten to fifteen percent of of of individuals affected who develop more severe disease which is pneumonia so I I do feel that there may be there is certainly the possibility and the CDC has warned of this there's certainly the possibility that we may see ongoing community transmission and more more cases of this virus in the community let's turn now to talking about testing and then therapies so first on the testing yesterday governor Gavin Newsom held a press conference is that the state had only received a few hundred test kits from the CDC and that we needed more can you tell us about the testing protocol and how many more kids do we need well we we we probably will end up needing hundreds to thousands of cats and the reason is that we we need to we desperately need kits that can be done locally one big problem which has been increasing in eight states at all testing had to be sent to a centralized laboratory the CDC and as a result you would have to wait to ask our doctors would have to wait days in some cases longer than you know twenty four forty eight hours two to three days before you get a result back so what's really needed are diagnostic tests that could be done but locally by either the county public health laboratory or by the hospital and I think that the CDC is making efforts on moving that to expect testing to be local and this is part of your work you were on with us short time ago to talk about creating a rapid diagnostic tool yes how is that going so that's going well we we've developed as a point of care diagnostic where input so we can actually diagnosis infection get a nasal swab get some mucus from patient and be able to diagnose an infection within thirty minutes so structurally this this test works the the main challenges right now or is finding a commercial partner where we could that potentially put this test get FDA approval for this test and be able to deploy it so that could be used to to help doctors make diagnoses and if that happens how long would it be until we could see it in action well it's it's my hope that we really need to because of the public health urgency of this thread that we really need to have better diagnostic test so it's not just my efforts but really kind of the efforts as a scientific community as a clinical community we need to have tests that could be deployed within a matter of weeks to months and I think that's the time frame that we're talking about here Dr Charles Chu thank you so much for being with

WHO raises coronavirus risk level as it spreads to more than 50 countries

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06:25 min | 1 year ago

WHO raises coronavirus risk level as it spreads to more than 50 countries

"End it's the corona virus at break around the world not the World Health Organization is warning that it's getting bigger and that most if not all countries should expect infections there are now cases of covert nineteen and more than fifty countries yesterday the World Health Organization upgraded the global risk posed by the outbreak to very high that's the highest possible level of alert we're joined now live on the line from Geneva by the WHO's spokesperson Christian Lynn Meyer can you tell us more about this upgrading to a very high level of alert what does that actually mean good morning it's remain respected so the risk of being affected and would be affected by the virus so that's that's basically what it refers to so it doesn't talk about the severity of cases or anything it's does talk about how likely it is that we see this virus around the world and affecting the lives of people okay but if it's already been a generally accepted that it's probably going to spread to almost every country in in the world why have we not seen the W. H. O. declare a pandemic cat because the type of spread is not yet at the pandemic level the spreading is very much controlled in many many countries including the UK right now so the case this means that a case which comes into the country gets detected the possible contacts get detected and isolated to treatment and corn tied to needs to walk one time for a couple of days for fourteen days and then that group of infected people is fine after a few weeks as long as it happens that way something troll way of the outbreak which we see in many many countries now but the type of outbreak we see let's say currently in Iran possibly maybe also in Italy is a type we don't want to see that's the type if we see that much more often than we would reach a level where we would be speaking about condemning levels I see countries like Australia are saying we should just act as if there is a pandemic is that the best course of action yes good possible way for any country soul many countries do have pandemic plans ready in the draw was literally and for them to act that way is it is a good way forward depending on the risk assessment for their own national situation again this depends very much on the very individual situation do you have a cynical single case with a few of the liars well in the context around it would you have people all over the country where you don't know how they got the infection how did they can be traced back to China so every country every region needs to look at its own individual situation risk assessment christened the Meyer thank you but let's hear now from professor Jonathan ball he's a virologist from the university of Nottingham here in the U. K. well first let's get to the questions that are on everyone's mind is this virus spreading are we all going to get it well it was interesting to listen to the WHO's spokesperson Matt I think you know the fact that many different places have different ideas and indeed many scientists have different ideas about whether or not this is a pandemic illustrates the risk that we'll face nothing most of the colleagues are speak to me certainly my view is that this is going to be incredibly difficult now to control and once we might be able to delay it all of the people of the worlds apart from those who've already been inspected all susceptible to the virus and Nestle I think it's it's almost a certain notes over the next few months and years the each and everyone of this is likely to come into contact with these fires my years I mean you say you said you you believe that this is incredibly different now to control when did you hit that point in your thinking what was that piece of information that made you think that we are past the point where this can be contained well I think there was there was always that worry just because the way that the virus behaves soaks in the very early days we had is our benchmarks the sars coronavirus outbreak is two thousand and two and also the ongoing outbreak of mers coronavirus but those viruses behave very differently the cause very serious disease in individuals and therefore it's quite easy to identify people who are infected to isolate them and then you do contact tracing and that brings the outbreak to to an end when you've got a virus like the current corona virus which causes incredibly mild symptoms cold or flu like symptoms in the vast majority of people are inspected that makes it incredibly difficult to identify people already inspected the Nestle to isolate them I don't think that's enough to believe what what was seen and I think the tipping point probably came with those at a run which is just got fairly fragile and health infrastructure in surveillance systems but of course the bordering countries definitely have caught fragile systems and then when we saw what happened initially which is the introduction of the virus from an unknown source and then quite a significant spread within that region I think that just highlights to a so what tension this virus has to spread okay interest quickly professor ball help how how rapidly are we learning about this virus how deadly is it okay we're learning into an amazing patient of the viruses or need identified in the outbreak at the end of last year so this first December two months later and we know so much about it but in terms of severity that's a really big question that maybe we don't have the full answer to yet because we think that twenty percent of people become seriously ill and maybe one to two percent die I think many of us expect that number to fall quite dramatically simply because there are lots of infections we suspect particularly in China that didn't get diagnosed and so what we're hoping that the serious cases the tests will will not be significant or as high as they currently seem

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