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"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:53 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Dabblers get crushed to me means that people that are serious, take it seriously, begin with the end in mind, plan it, outline it, have the intention all the way through. Think of it like a business, they're going to get some major results. And the people that just kind of want to play around, they want to start their podcast. They want to try it out for a month. But it didn't get a whole bunch of traction in the first four weeks. And they're like, wow, this is pointless. I'm going to quit. So what I'm saying is, focus on your listener and how you serve them differently and for me that we help people get a top podcast. So versus how do you have a podcast just only focusing on the microphone and the room and the lighting, we could miss the boat on who am I serving? What do they need? What are they going through? What are their demographics, their psychographics, their geographics, and what's my unique proposition? How do I help them differently? When you can draw a line in the sand and show your listener, your avatar, if you go and you're looking to raise private capital through your podcast, is that correct? That is correct. Yeah. Okay. So I think that you need to be doing frequently is drawing a line in the sand. And showing what these other companies do. And you might sound like a dick because you're like offending someone or you're down talking somebody. You don't have to be here being like talking about one person and just like hurting their feelings or whatever, but you can say comfortably, something like this. If you're listening to this podcast, this is for your avatar Ashish. If you're listening to this podcast, you probably want to invest your capital somewhere that makes you a return.

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"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:31 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Most likely. Bro, it sounds way better. It sounds way, way better. There's still some echo because it's still a condenser, Mike. It just sensitive enough to pick up all the room noise. But when you've turned your gain down, you're talking on the right correct side of the mic and it's pretty close to you. And so you're not getting as much of that sound. It's sounding pretty legit. I mean, I'm not trying to advertise for these blue yetis, but it's sounding pretty pretty good. I like it, and I think this is the way that you should focus on it next time. Yeah, I have the arm, but I'm just lazy. I didn't put it to similar to what you have it. Oh, yeah. The arm will help, but don't turn it sideways like that. We had it perfect a second ago. And really want that side to face you. So even more, now it's kind of facing up to random area, have it faced directly to you. Turn it again, I'll tell you when to stop. And stop. And then straighten it tilt it up. Also, tilt it up. Yep, just about like this. Now try. Now say something. Okay. Yes, that's so good. It sounds so good when you have it like that. All right. Ashish, you mentioned something earlier about the intro and outro. I want to touch on that. It was during your first question. You were talking about the length of an episode, how much time is going to be adequate. And I want to talk about the intro and outro real quick. Intros, the goal will be 15 seconds. Your thought is, how can I hook my audience my perfect avatar? That tech professional that they have to listen to this podcast. How can I do that in the shortest amount possible? And if you crush it, that's a 15 second introduction.

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"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:13 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"And so with me, yes, I've got lighting, I've got a few of these flood lamps set up. I've got three of them in the office now. And one of them's just in storage, because I don't know where to put it, but I've got three of them. I've got a green screen. I use that stuff. It looks good. It works well. But that's not the important thing to me. The audio experience is far more important than the video experience. And I will share with you something about the audio experience for you right now. You're using a blue Yeti. It's turned in a direction that's not necessarily correct for it. And so basically what you can do is on that blue Yeti, I want you to tell me what you had for breakfast right now. And then I'm going to coach you on using this mic and then tell us what you're going to have for lunch, okay? So right now, just tell us what you had for breakfast. We're going to listen to it. And see how it sounds. And then we'll move the mic around. And then we'll have you tell us what you're going to have for lunch. Okay, I skip breakfast, so I didn't eat anything except black coffee. Yeah, that's it with butter in it. So to the listener, do you hear the echo? Do you hear the after he says black coffee? You hear the. You hear the room kind of room noise. The blue Yeti is not the best mic. It has really good marketing. It has great marketing. And so when you launch a podcast, you're probably going to go to Amazon and you're probably going to type in podcast mic. And the first one that probably comes up is the blue Yeti. And it's like a 129 bucks, I think. I think it's around a 129 bucks. Unless it's on sale of that day. And they're not great. But we can work with Ashish today on this call to make it work a little bit better.

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"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:43 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"It basically just lets the podcast player know that people are interested in listening to multiple instead of a half of an episode. So there can be some additional benefits to keeping them short when it makes sense. And when they're still packed with a punch. Got it. If you don't question that I just was wondering during our conversation here, how important it is to have some humor within the because we are most of the talks are serious and I don't want to say that the tech world is serious people are fun loving people. I love talking to people, meeting people. But how do you bring that natural humor into your podcast? For me, I'm not even funny. I'm not the funniest guy. For me, what I do, though, is I just try my very hardest to be my actual self, okay? Okay. This is the most important thing that I think this is such a good takeaway for the listener today and hopefully for you Ashish. It's like earlier when I was trying to say Ashish and sanan at the same time, but I was like taking an SH out somewhere and adding an SH just because there's a lot of S's and SH's. And I was like, I was dyslexic on it and just really just messing it up. And for me, I was like, you know what? It's not a big deal. Like I totally screwed it up, but that type of thing happens. And I don't want my listener. I didn't rerecord it. I didn't say, oh, I feel like a dummy. I'm embarrassed. Let's stop and rerecord. I never said that. If you were offended, then I would apologize. And I would steal apologize on camera, right? I hope you're not at all. There's a good part of it that's just what me being sick.

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"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

04:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"ashish" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"There are intros and outros in the podcast. We are just working on the topics. Some topics can be compressed into 15 to 18 minutes. You really go with the value out there, even if it's one podcast is about 15, 18 minutes, it's okay to just launch it. Most hosts never achieve the results they hoped for. They're falling short on listenership and monetization, meaning their message isn't being heard, and their show ends up costing the money. This podcast was created to help you grow your listenership and make money while you're at it. Get ready to take notes. Here's your host, Adam Adams a lot of people will be hearing this at any time of the year, but for a couple of you who are true fans and listening over the holidays. So I just wanted to let you know that I'm not really going to do a solo episode today even though that would be the normal thing. I'm going to take a little break for just three weeks total. And so this is going to be one of the recordings of an interview that I had that I think will help you to become a better podcaster. So let's just dive in. Hey, what's up, podcaster? Today, if you've got some questions on, how do I grow my podcast? How do I do this? How do I do this? You might be in for a treat because I've got sheesh. Why is there so many SH's and then just regular S's? I'm the worst. And I'm getting over COVID. So I just had COVID. And my head is cloudy. You probably hear me sniffle. But it makes it even harder to say Ashish sinan. So I feel like an idiot. But Ben Friends for a little while and he's actually doing real estate syndication. So you have probably heard me talk about real estate. I've been doing that since 2005. And so I've got a whole bunch of friends in that industry and I made a post on social and I'm offering it to you the listener as well for free coaching. I just want to do like a 20, 30, 40 minute coaching call, where you ask whatever you want. And Ashish is here today asking whatever he wants because he and his business partner might actually start a podcast. And so he's got like four questions queued up that I think you're going to want to know. So stay tuned. His bio is in the show notes. His company website is in the show notes. And you don't have a podcast now, right? You don't have one today, correct? We just launched it. Oh, you launched it. 6. Just launched it. Okay. During the time that, you know, I was trying to schedule it with you. We just launched it. Cool. Well, you know what? Then I'll put your podcast link also, it's in the show notes already for the listener. So they'll be able to just grab it and check out your podcast. And if you're listening, go and check his podcasts out. Do me a giant favor him a giant favor. You'll probably learn something, but give him an honest rating and review. Whatever you think he deserves, just ride it and let him know. That'll really help, especially because his podcast is so brand new. So he's got four questions, queued up. They're going to help you. His bios in this show notes his websites in the show notes and his podcast is in the show notes. So Ashish, what's question number one, sir? Thank you so much, Adam. I'm appreciate it for this session today. The number one question that I have is how much time is adequate, you're launching your own podcast. The attention span is shrinking now, as you know, for people.

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Dr. Ashish Jha: No Study in the World That Shows Masks Work Well

Mark Levin

01:20 min | Last month

Dr. Ashish Jha: No Study in the World That Shows Masks Work Well

"This is doctor Ashish jha He's Biden's COVID response coordinator And he was on with the Philadelphia inquirer today and he's in effect saying look it's not what you think These things don't work like you think they do Listen to this You know most experts believe that if we make some basic investments in Android air quality we can reduce all respiratory infections by 30 60 even 80% I mean the notion that you could cut respiratory infections there is no study in the world that shows that mass work that well So you're never going to get the kind of benefit from mandatory year round masking as you would from making substantial improvements in indoor air quality But it's a lot easier to implement as well So there you go that's Biden's guy So when Biden's guys telling you look these things that they're not doing it A few days ago I had doctor Jay but acharya from Stanford on my program and he said look we know that the vaccine eases the disease and prevents severe illness but in no way shape or form does it stop transmission So I mean there was a lot of misconception And I'm being generous here right When I say misconception I mean fake news Fake news of people just pushing their version of what they wanted to do and why they did it is another question

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 As flu rages, US releases medicine from national stockpile

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

As flu rages, US releases medicine from national stockpile

"The Biden administration says it's moving to make more prescription medicine available as the flu rages nationwide. This year's flu season has hit early and hard. Probably the worst flu outbreak we've seen in a decade, White House COVID-19 response chief doctor Ashish jha said last week, there's a lot of flu out there and in some cases, not enough medicine after a spike in RSV cases. Some people are having trouble finding over the counter medicine, particularly for kids. The FDA says the antibiotic amoxicillin is also in short supply due to high demand. The administration's releasing doses of Tamiflu from the strategic national stockpile states will be able to ask for them from the Health and Human Services department, which last week announced

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Covid rates and hospitalizations up

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Covid rates and hospitalizations up

"The White House's COVID coordinator says there's been a substantial increase in cases and hospitalizations since Thanksgiving. Doctor Ashish jha says the jump in COVID cases and hospitalizations is about 40% and adds to the increasing numbers of flu and RSV. We're not totally surprised by this, right? Because we've seen increases E to the last two winters. And then what else is happening in colder drier air, the virus spreads more efficiently. Jeanne also says on ABC this week with George Stephanopoulos, people will be better protected for holiday gatherings with the updated vaccines and boosters, which he recommends for anyone who has not gotten a shot in the last 6 months. He also addressed the reports of shortages for children's medicine like amoxicillin, saying while manufacturing and supply is good, demands his unprecedented in some areas, I'm Julie Walker.

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What’s behind worrying RSV surge in US children's hospitals?

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 3 months ago

What’s behind worrying RSV surge in US children's hospitals?

"Children's hospitals are seeing a worrying surge in a common respiratory illness Doctor Juan Salazar of Connecticut children's hospital is calling it an emergency Hospitals are bracing for a triple whammy of a particularly nasty strain of influenza COVID-19 and a common respiratory virus known as RSV In Texas children's hospital in Houston is treating more than 40 patients with RSV medical university of South Carolina says the state is drowning in it and children's national hospital in Washington D.C. says they have been very busy at all locations due in part to the spike RSV has no vaccine and usually causes mild symptoms but can lead to serious lung infections and a struggle to breathe especially in babies and older adults Experts say the virus is encountering a vulnerable population sheltered from common bugs during the pandemic lockdown White House COVID-19 response coordinator doctor Ashish jha talked about it at a briefing in mid October where he recommended Americans not wait to get their updated COVID and flu shots this year Because it takes a couple of weeks for your immune system to kind of generate the benefit from that vaccine And that means you will be ready by Thanksgiving Jennifer King Washington

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White House: Get new booster by Halloween for safer holidays

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

White House: Get new booster by Halloween for safer holidays

"The CDC says fewer than 12 million eligible Americans have received their updated COVID-19 booster and The White House's virus response chief is urging people to get one by Halloween Why Halloween Doctor Ashish jha says it takes a few weeks for the immune system to benefit from the vaccine And that means you will be ready by Thanksgiving and certainly by the holidays Jaws warning of a challenging viruses in the head What happens in this winter is largely up to us Saying it most Americans get their boosters We could save hundreds of lives each day this winter The CDC says more than 330 people on average are dying daily Flint COVID-19 the updated boosters meant to protect against both the virus's original strain and the BA 5 version that's dominant globally Sagar Meghani Washington

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WHO: COVID cases drop everywhere, but pandemic not over

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

WHO: COVID cases drop everywhere, but pandemic not over

"The World Health Organization says COVID-19 cases ruled wide fell 12% last week but it's warning too many people are still dying from a preventable disease The WHO's chief says weekly reported COVID-19 deaths have dropped more than 80% since February still One person died with COVID-19 every 44 seconds in the U.S. CDC director Rochelle Walensky says the daily death toll remains too high About 375 per day White House virus response chief Ashish jha says they need to stop We can make deaths from this virus vanishingly rare Urging Americans to stay up to date on vaccines

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EXPLAINER: Is COVID-19 winding down? Scientists say no.

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

EXPLAINER: Is COVID-19 winding down? Scientists say no.

"Booster doses of the coronavirus vaccine that target today's most common omicron strain are being rolled out across the country CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky says the number of virus deaths around the country is still too high And in my mind far too high for a vaccine preventable disease White House coronavirus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha says the virus has been evolving while the vaccine remains the same But now we have a vaccine that matches the dominant strain out there The hope is the modified boosters will ease in other winter surge The new doses are available around the same time people get flu shots The good news is you can get both your flu shot and COVID shot at the same time It's actually a good idea I really believe this is why God gave us two arms One for the flu shot and the other one for the COVID shot Jaw says the coronavirus will likely be with us for the rest of our lives Ed Donahue Washington

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Biden improves 'significantly,' throat still sore from COVID

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Biden improves 'significantly,' throat still sore from COVID

"President Biden continues to improve significantly despite a lingering sore throat from his coronavirus infection according to an update Sunday from his doctor Biden's doctor says the president is responding to therapy as expected and continues taking the antiviral paxil vid White House virus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha says that helps reduce the chance of severe illness He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated He tested positive Thursday it's unclear who gave him the BA 5 variant of the omicron strain of COVID He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him That audio courtesy Fox News Sunday so far no one the 79 year old president has been close to has COVID He's been isolating officials say he could be back in public Wednesday if he tests negative I'm Julie Walker

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Biden feeling 'much, much better' after COVID diagnosis

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Biden feeling 'much, much better' after COVID diagnosis

"President Joe Biden is feeling much better after testing positive for the coronavirus according to The White House COVID response coordinator Doctor Ashish says the 79 year old president is getting rest and had a good weekend so far He's doing better thankfully because he's vaccinated boosted getting treated Biden continues taking the oral antiviral paxil which is readily available and free in the U.S. jha says Biden has the dominant BA 5 variant of the omicron strain which has been going around but it's unclear who gave him COVID He tested positive Thursday He's been meeting with people He's been meeting with Americans And so it's going to be very difficult to trace back and figure out who gave it to him Doctor Jo says the president could resume his schedule Wednesday if he tests negative so far no one close to him including the First Lady has tested positive 17 people have been identified as having been a close contact None of them have tested positive Doctor Jos spoke on Fox News Sunday I'm Julie Walker

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Biden's COVID symptoms improve; WH says he's staying busy

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Biden's COVID symptoms improve; WH says he's staying busy

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting President Biden's COVID symptoms improved and The White House says he's staying busy I'm feeling much better than I sound President Joe Biden and The White House painted a picture Friday of the 79 year old president still at work despite being diagnosed with COVID-19 one day earlier but during a video conference with his top economic team This is a 38th day in a row of declining retail gas prices Biden's illness was evident Doctor Ashish jha The White House COVID-19 response coordinator The president is doing better He slept well last night He ate his breakfast and lunch Biden's doctors say his COVID symptoms are mild and he is responding to treatment The White House says none of the 17 people determined to have been in close contact with Biden when he might have been contagious have tested positive Biden will be in isolation in The White House living quarters for 5 days Mike Gracia Washington

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White House urges caution on COVID variants, pushes boosters

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

White House urges caution on COVID variants, pushes boosters

"The Biden administration's top health experts are urging caution as two highly transmissible COVID-19 variants quickly spread across the nation The virus off shoots are even more contagious than their predecessors and moving fast We have seen a doubling in the number of hospitalizations since April CDC chief Rochelle Walensky says too many Americans eligible for vaccines and boosters to protect against the variants have not gotten them Doctor Anthony Fauci says there's no point in waiting for a variant specific shot to arrive this fall The threat to you is now He's urging everyone who needs a shot to get one now White House virus response coordinator Ashish jha singles out older Americans If you're over 50 I haven't gotten a shot this year You should go get a shot It's going to save your life Sagar Meghani Washington

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Shots for tots: COVID vaccinations start for little US kids

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Shots for tots: COVID vaccinations start for little US kids

"The nation's infants toddlers and preschoolers are finally getting their chance at COVID-19 vaccinations this week Parents of the younger said have plenty of questions and concerns like which vaccine should my child get That answer from White House virus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha They're both exceedingly safe They're both effective If you really so either one is fine if you there's some nuance subtle differences You can talk to your family physician or pediatrician about them And what if your child will turn 5 soon This is a question I got asked most by my friends who have kids in that age range what I personally think you should go ahead and get your child vaccinated If they're right on that cost you maybe want to talk to your pediatrician or family physician Doctor appeared on ABC's Good Morning America I'm Shelley Adler

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US: Pfizer COVID-19 shot appears effective for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

US: Pfizer COVID-19 shot appears effective for kids under 5

"Federal health officials have taken a step closer in the emergency authorization process for coronavirus vaccines for younger kids In an analysis posted Sunday the Food and Drug Administration said that Pfizer's child sized coronavirus vaccines for children under 5 appear to be safe and effective The FDA is expected to make its official decision shortly after an all day meeting Wednesday by an independent panel of experts then it goes to a CDC panel Last week the FDA also gave the thumbs up to Moderna's shots for children under 6 White House virus response coordinator doctor Ashish jha detailed the government's preparations for the expected approvals We could see shots in arms of kids under 5 as early as the week of June 20th Millions of doses have been pre ordered but it's not clear how many parents will get their kids vaccinated right away Government data shows that less than a third of those ages 5 to 11 have already gotten the two recommended doses Jennifer King Washington

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New COVID vaccine nears authorization as FDA to review vaccine for kids

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

New COVID vaccine nears authorization as FDA to review vaccine for kids

"Is ordering up millions of doses of COVID-19 vaccine for children under 5 They haven't been approved yet but The White House says the government has begun allowing states and pharmacies to order Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines for kids under 5 years old About 5 million doses are being made available so far about 2.3 million orders have been placed with more expected and FDA advisory committee is scheduled to meet next Tuesday and Wednesday to review data from the two companies with the decision expected shortly after If the vaccines are approved for emergency use authorization White House COVID-19 coordinator doctor Ashish jha has said vaccinations could begin as soon as June 21st I'm Jennifer King

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White House: 1st shots for kids under 5 possible by June 21

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 8 months ago

White House: 1st shots for kids under 5 possible by June 21

"The Biden administration says that children under 5 may be able to get their first COVID-19 vaccination doses as soon as June 21st if federal regulators authorize shots for the age group as expected AP correspondent Norman hall reports White House COVID-19 coordinator Ashish jha says the last remaining ineligible age group to get shots will receive them only after the Food and Drug Administration's outside panel of advisers meets on June 14th and 15th to evaluate the Pfizer and Moderna shots for younger kids shipments to doctors offices and pediatric care facilities would begin soon after FDA authorization with the first shots possible to following week Shaw says he's aware of the frustrations of the parents of young children At the end of the day we all want to move fast but we want to get it right And that has got to be priority number one and that's what I think the FDA has been focused on It's hope shots will be widely dispensed ahead of the next school year Norman hall Washington

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US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

"The federal government is trying to make Pfizer's COVID antiviral treatment more accessible The White House announced steps to make the antiviral treatment packs low bid more readily available across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season The nation's first federally backed test to treat site is opening today in Rhode Island providing patients with immediate access to the drug once they test positive More sites are set to open in Massachusetts Minnesota and New York City The drug which has been found to reduce severe disease among 90% of patients is now available at almost 40,000 pharmacies White House coordinator doctor Ashish jha says getting a vaccine and booster shots is still the best way to protect against the virus confirmed infections in the U.S. have quadrupled since late March to more than a 105,000 a day That's a likely undercount because so many rapid tests go unreported but deaths have declined steadily to fewer than 300 per day just as this is the first time those two metrics have not trended together I'm Jennifer King

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"ashish" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"ashish" Discussed on KOMO

"County is dealing with a presumptive positive case of monkeypox So people should understand that this disease can affect anyone and that those who are most at risk are those who have had close physical contact with someone with monkeypox But health officer doctor Jeff duchin says unlike COVID this virus is not airborne The disease is spread through contact with bodily fluid so it's not expected to create a massive outbreak doctor duchin says the patient recently traveled internationally and is isolating The western states safety group has signed off on a COVID booster for kids ages 5 to 11 and local pharmacies are now offering appointments As Brian Calvert reports parents of young kids are also getting some encouraging news on the vaccine front Checking several local pharmacies there are plenty of open appointments and while it's a relief to some parents the news is likely irritating to those with kids under the age of 5 wondering what is my kiddo gonna be able to get the first shot Yeah I have a lot of friends who have kids under 5 They're feeling frustrated and I'm very sympathetic White House COVID coordinator Ashish jha says a vaccine for the youngest among us is coming Moderna has completed its application Those data are being looked at very closely He said just yesterday on ABC's this week my hope is that it's going to be coming in the next few weeks Which is likely welcome news for those parents still waiting for dose number one Brian Calvert northwest used radio Oregon U.S. senator Jeff merkley is tested positive for COVID-19 in a statement the Democrat says his COVID test came back positive after he had been in close contact with an infected person merkley goes on to say that he's experiencing mild symptoms The senator has been vaccinated and boosted and urges others to do the same in light of his illness A man was shot and killed early this morning outside his home in skyway in the suspect is still on the loose King County's sheriff's captain Tim Myers says a resident of the home on south 80th street called 9-1-1 shortly after 3 a.m. to either report a burglary or car prowl that part is still unclear We have at least one suspect who is outstanding and detectives at the King County sheriff's office major crimes unit remain unseen and are doing all they can to push collect evidence and its term in exactly what happened this morning I want to make sure we bring closure most importantly to the family but also the skyway community When deputies arrived they found the man shot dead in the street outside the home near dimet middle school We don't have the victim's name yet the investigation continues To former Marysville students are being offered a settlement and written apology in a sexual abuse lawsuit As more The Marysville school district is set to pay out $3.5 million to the victims who say they were sexually abused by teacher and cheerleading adviser Curt holstein in the mid 1980s The daily Herald reports both victims were members of the cheer team and both accused holstein of grooming them holstein was employed by the school district until the end of June 2021 The victim's attorney said that hallstein declined to speak about the allegations Kathy O'Shea northwest news radio And hydrogen could be a safer and more feasible fuel for cars according to Washington state university researchers Ryan Harris has more The method from the WSU team involves an ethanol water mix.

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US sees risk of COVID supply rationing without more funds

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

US sees risk of COVID supply rationing without more funds

"U.S. officials warn of COVID supply rationing without more funds White House officials have been warning for weeks that the country has spent most of the money set aside for COVID response coronavirus coordinator doctor Ashish jha is using dire language like rationing and contingency plans to describe what will happen if Congress doesn't approve more fun soon Test vaccines and Therapeutics would become harder to come by as stockpiles are depleted with new supply sold overseas before Americans can access them Vaccines might have to be once again restricted to the most vulnerable domestic rapid test manufacturers who ramped up in the midst of the surge are already laying off workers and Shaw says some expect to sell off equipment and get out of the test making business leaving the U.S. more dependent on overseas suppliers The White House said this week the U.S. has yet to start negotiations with drug makers to place orders for an expected fall surge because of the lack of money Jennifer King Washington

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"ashish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"ashish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine will be administered on a very limited basis due to a risk of blood clots The Food and Drug Administration says if the Pfizer and Moderna shots are available and the person receiving it is eligible pick one of those Doctor Ashish jha head of The White House COVID response team says a window for a blood clot reaction is shortly after it was administered What if you've already had the vaccine You have to remember all of those side effects appear in the first two to three weeks after the vaccine If you're beyond that time period you really have nothing to worry about except the fact that you've gotten a very high quality vaccine that's going to protect you Doctor John says though the risk of a blood clot is extremely rare Amnesty International says they have evidence that links Russian troops to war crimes donatella Rivera the organization's senior crisis response adviser described the bullet casings that were discovered at the scenes of mass civilian executions and how they know certain Russian troops were there The particularly important because these are types of armor piercing bullets which are not used by all Russian forces Donatella Rivera with Amnesty International Ukrainian officials say hundreds of civilians were executed in bucha before Russian troops left early last month Rudy Giuliani has withdrawn from an interview scheduled for today with The White House select committee investigating the January 6th capitol riot that the committee said president Trump's former lawyer demanded that he be allowed to record the interview something that hadn't been agreed to White House press secretary Jen Psaki says karine Jean Pierre will replace her when she leaves She will be the first black woman The first out LGBTQ+ person to serve in this role which is amazing because representation matters Jen Psaki's final day is may 13th Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios this is global news 24 hours.

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Is the CDC the Regime's Trojan Horse?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 10 months ago

Is the CDC the Regime's Trojan Horse?

"Regime hinges on the ability to be able to micromanage your breathing, your decisions, your livelihood, outside of Congress, and through regulatory rulemaking. An example of this is cut 98 Biden's COVID adviser Ashish jha says a major goal of the Biden administration is to quote, make sure the CDC has the authority to unilaterally implant mask mandates. Play cut 98. First is that public health decisions like this should be made by public health scientists and CDC had made a decision that mass were useful. And it was deeply disappointing to see a federal judge step in and take that decision away from public health scientists. The appeal, no question a major goal of the appeal is to make sure that the CDC has the authority and the ability to protect Americans during health crises like this. You are experiencing you are witnessing you are living through a multi century debate of who's actually in charge. Are the people sovereign or is some sort of weird creepy scientist like Fauci who's been wrong about everything is he in charge. You

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"ashish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 10 months ago

"ashish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For value in Europe If you look at China slowing down recession risk in the United States of America ever escalating incremental but sizable sanctions against Russia Why is it that Europe delivers perhaps a defensive position for you in equity exposure with those headwinds lashing at its shores I think that's what the market knows and that's what the market's pricing in and that's why the equity risk premium in Europe is I think the highest in the last 20 years And part of it is due to the fact that real rates are deeply negative in Europe But I think if the ECB delivers on its we expect it to be delivered to around on its week your apology reached Europe policy And started a gradual hiking path that gives first support to the Euro Second market if you look at the pricing of especially cyclical equities in Europe they are not even pricing in growth in pricing and decrease in volumes and decreasing margins So on a valuation basis they do look interesting We are very conscious of the fact that it's not easy to buy Europe right now And we think that if you want to buy Europe a place that you can use to hedge European exposure is European high yield of European crossover because they the European high yield is very expensive relative to the equity trade right now So if investors are worried about European exposure you have to look at the credit part of the bit where you have to be more concerned about rather than the equities Ashish thank you very much for reflecting on some of the house views there Ashish marwan the ADS investment solutions CIO So we've got much more to come on the program This.

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"ashish" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on KOMO

"Dr. Ashish Jaw, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, has some thoughts about this, and he shared them this morning with a B C's George Stephanopoulos for people who are vaccinated. Um they may get the infection. They may get a breakthrough, but it's going to be mild. They're not gonna end up in the hospital. But for people who are not vaccinated, this is a very, very dangerous moment. People are ending up in hospitals in unprecedented numbers, and kids who are not vaccinated are getting infected largely from the adults in their lives. So we have a lot of work to do to protect kids as well. And what do you make of this new variant? We've been hearing talk about Yeah, you know, Look, there are gonna be more variants as long. This is a global pandemic and the fact the virus rages around the world. Now we're going to see new variants. Mu comes from Colombia. We've had lambda from Peru. We're going to see things like this. I'm not worried right now about the new variant. I don't see it displacing Delta Because data is so contagious. I don't think he was gonna end up taking a major hold in the U. S. But we kind of watch the data and see where it goes. So what do we do about this surge among Children right now? Yeah. I mean, there are two things certainly for kids, 12 and over. They should be getting vaccinated. There is no doubt about that that kids will benefit from the vaccine. The question is what to do about kids under 12, and there are two parts of that. You know, As I said earlier, kids get infected from the adults in their lives. That's the major source. If you don't want to get vaccinated for yourself, kid vaccinated for your kids. And second, we've got to push the FDA to like Get kids under 12 vaccinated as soon as that data is available. I don't want bureaucratic slow ups on that a lot of confusion about boosters as well. Who should be getting the butcher shop? When can they expect to be able to get it? Think with your more formal guidance from the FDA ncdc on this. I think the science on this really is becoming clear, vulnerable people, older people, frail people, people with chronic diseases. They should undoubtedly beginning that third shot the question around young, healthy people getting a third shot. I think that part least in my mind is a bit more open, and we'll see where the FDA and CBC land on this as well again. That's Dr Ashish Jaw, the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health. Come on news time. 6 14 narco traffic.

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"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"In the beginning of the pandemic will match the stock. Did it themselves. They were worried that people doing business designers and small businesses. They create a platform for them so they could sell online. The group loads of people together tickets online than they pivoted to help. Black businesses through the marches last year and most recently stopped asian. Hate aid as well. So we built for people so they can also thrive in the pandemic. We have an amazing piece of what we did. Down in south america for organization called off. And if you remember this loss to the huge following protests that started in india yes and it's basically guzman basically the upgrade Molden independent farms. That was just in. India ended up being in west africa. Another positive south. America people just like big farming is killing small farms. Needed this what ought to we designed platform group an independent nation tina to actually help them control their whole cycle. They know when that crops ready. They know what's this allowed them to get it to the district is this allowed them to have transparency in the press gave them the platform and the tools they needed to compete with big. Big ac and that sort of work is credible feature keeping small businesses local pharmacy. In when you think everything's against them right the way gag operates but something that's just a small example of some of the projects in what we taken on in the last year. That is designing a more human feature appliance. You know this is not all social justice or a preventable. This is this is us building to transform society because the game. When i think about design and you talked about this in a quick conversation before list which was Everything around us is designs whether it's the experience of us shopping at walmart. How you check out and everything like that or whether it's you going through. Tsa in the airport all being in the presence by everything is designed by people for people. Why don't we centered around making that experience. Good you know. And i think we can do more any To bring this to make this real for a lot more people. I'm sure the law listeners. Got the vaccine through private pharmacy. Right like a dwayne reto. Whenever it was a walgreens right that rollout was painful and we can do a law to make tags sprint. Better more human. Think about how that happened for people festively and these stories. Just i know through the news that stuff that people who've told me sophon anecdotally thusly Appointment than if you go to points on time the app would just cats of it. This is literal stories reading the times. And that's stressful enough. If you could get it back his what you'd have to do..

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"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"You know you could say that. I love that you brought the nine year cycle. Thinks i sometimes forget about that often. Like like nine years. Go passing nine minutes in what he now. It is now independent But it's interesting. I think having a moment. I think it's you know was. This is something i let recently. So please forgive me. Diverting the story. But like bob told me we create chaos because when he created aga This seventy seven new wasn't in the best place in like it was blackouts and in all the stuff that was going on. And i we just recently had Seasons and we've we were creating chaos but i would end now. We have been creating in literal chaos with the pandemic owns. We've create some of our greatest work and it's more personal more distributed and we've even create a new way to work through that because we've really gone. We've also decided we're gonna lean into this whole feature of waxing naturally allow people to decide how they look like they wanna stay at home all they want occupy space differently. It's really important because they've actually thrived some in this environment. Because we've discovered people going to pretend to previous era with you and bob grade nine years like losing way back but i think it's probably like half that time just because of technology and everything else. That's the big pivot. Moments have been nine years and you know. I think what's really interesting. Is we create shonen. His leadership team since transitioning from bulb create this designing around designing a more human future. Just the for the pandemic like they actually create it pre pandemic because they you know they realized that we've never really create a value prop. It's always been great work. He could have been more pefectly time. I guess the knowing you pandemic was coming but relents into that this is premade like they wanted to human centered design. We should highlight design. Design has a positive impact on human what we should design like we trying to have a positive human impacts to people in the world and it could not be more relevant right now so there is a bit of a transition going on right now but it also owes massively accelerated because of the pandemic. It's funny i would say with We fundamentally reshaped how doing stuff and it's widdly come through a wet and it's not paying lip service you know. I think we've actually used the pandemic to do some of our best what we've ever done law existence and you know. I think what you're going to see is ajay's also in the folder to new. It's a new brand that will reflect to the people that actually work rj. right now. you know. I'd say a brown red square before. And but it's it's fully the people harold j now and i think that's gonna be something that people take notice of in this full ends can build around the diversity. The creativity distribution business. The the new wet new leadership new principals. In a way that you know we probably would have never done before and has accelerated because of a pandemic. It's funny how some of those things if they groundwork for these opportunities but the reason i bring up human feature thing is because we've done that wet dreams pandemic too right so we did something..

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"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"I think the best craves in america street culture that we live in cer- surrounded by but they're not getting paid for that why we know employing them like some of the best artists creative technologists that come from the story and we should be employing them and also. We should create platforms with justice organizations. We do this with things. I planned parenthood or ox famine. Other things why. Call me do justice mobilizations. Why can't we build a platform to actually campaign to dismantle this system that is a pressing on the abyss of brothers and sisters and i'll community and i actually think with the power. This industry has we have an opportunity to not just influence people in our industry but clients and then intense sites like we. We do have that adding sometimes. We forget that we look lost trying to figure out how to play a really good role in this space. But i think this is I i i think we go back to like. We know we're really..

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"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Marketing Today with Alan Hart

"Asks welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. I thought we just don't dive right into the deepened. And talk about incarceration and the fact that you're incarcerated at a young age in i wanna know a little bit about that experience before we get to the business side because i can only imagine that it defines kind of your your day to day experience to some degree. Yeah thanks this dying there. I mean it's it's funny you say dobbins deepen. I think that's why everyone wants to stop. So i think it's trying to explain. It is like any different to most kids. I would say i was in the middle class family in the uk. And i had an event in my life. When i was seventeen that kind of destroyed the foundations of will i thought my life was then with my parents getting divorced. It wasn't the best and is sent me down a path with friends by the way who already my. Life's it wasn't like i wasn't around this group of friends friends who also experienced loss and suffering and there are other things in that lives quite literally loss having lost a loved one and we go into. Let's shenanigans together right. We we Mischievous so basically did things and every time we got away with things. They became factor family by the way that was it right. It was a replacement and every time we did things we good closer and then to the point where we did something that got us next and we stole faith thousand pounds whether merchandise from department store in london harvey nichols and you'd think that would be A moment you we were children. You think at the time that you know. I'll be given to be old admitted guilt. We'd volative programs and we will also Very transparent with police at the time and we was sentenced to a year and a young offenders chew among them and he gave her fest defense for something where we accept guilt something that they got which was also has how a time..

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"ashish" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Y'all stop it and quote in response to a growing tend among trend among some to use a livestock de warmer to try to treat cove in nineteen. We do not want to spread false information. Dr jostle please explain to us what is going on here. You know the the misinformation s and they have all have different agenda items for why they're spreading misinformation and often is really to make a buck but in the last four or five months they have glommed onto ivermectin This drug that has been tested so far in humans for cova doesn't work on their other. Clinical trials are ongoing and obviously if they show that it works crazy but has become this thing in certain circles often in politically conservative Kind of information ecosystems That somehow there is his life saving drug that the medical establishment is keeping from you so the recommendation these these people who are mostly You know Snake oil salesmen are making his don't get vaccinated and take ivermectin instead while unfortunately a lot of people are getting sick from co bid and they go out and buy this livestock medicine and they get sicker or they're taking it prophylactically and ending up in the hospital with liver damage and all sorts of other problems so you know it really does pay till i pay attention to your doctor do the right things. Follow the science and most kind of you know most Treatments that are too good to be true that sound to the tweeter they usually are maybe get vaccinated instead absolutely all right. That is dr sheesh. Physician health policy researcher professor of the dean and dean the brown university school of public health. Jack jack hey thanks have a great week. Thank you so much for having me back. It was a pleasure..

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"ashish" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on Radio Boston

"And that's really been costly because with when delta showed up and started causing these spikes. We really needed that. We still have the infrastructure. We obviously have the technical know. We can ramp this backup. We've got places like the broad institute that can do lots and lots of tests we've got cheap antigen tests widely available. We've got a ramp up production of that and make it even cheaper and more accessible so there's no longer a scientific barrier to us doing the kind of testing that lets us You know keep safe and do all the things that we love in our lives There's a bit of a economic and a bit of a structural and organizational set of barriers. That we gotta meet so. I'm thinking about schools. Starting in person worcester public schools went back today. you know the american academy of pediatrics. Others argue for the importance of in person learning. You talk about how you know we have to be careful. We have to Change our spaces inside etc. How are we going to do with social distancing this fall and do we need to renew our social distancing messaging or. Is that obviated by these other. Items in the checklist you've given us. Yeah it's to me. It's probably the least important of all the things and so you know. I sit on the medical advisory committee for the newton public schools where my kids go to public school. And so this office personal when we make recommendations on thinking. How do i keep my kids safe in public schools in newton and obviously thinking about the same thing for kids across the country. And the checklist is the checklist. I laid out. Get everybody who's eligible vaccinated. Do weekly testing. Continue to work on improving ventilation. And where get everybody to wear matt's indoors. I did not mention social distancing people bring up questions like wolves the social visiting no matter at all like no no. Some of the you know we. We don't have crowded indoor assemblies At lunch space people out a little bit. Open up the windows. His seat could do lunch outside for the next month or so while dealt the numbers are still high. There are things we can do on the distancing side but that is not the most important thing. And we've seen that over and over again. If you do the other four you get a big break on distant. And i do want to note. According to the globe governor baker said today that roughly two-thirds of kids age twelve and up are inoculated in the commonwealth. Now one more thing. I'm children we understand that more children are getting the delta variant than got the alpha. We also know that the alpha strain had a very very low mortality rate for kids. What about severe illness and death for kids with the delta variant. This is the big question that we've all been thinking about So a lot of kids have gotten sick Because a lot of kids have gotten infected and so the outbreak especially in the south have been so masters The kids get infected when adults around them or not vaccinated and spread it to them and so as kids have gotten infected of bunch of them have ended up hospitalized in the icu and unfortunately some children have died..

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"ashish" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on WTOP

"1000 year event before climate change, and as we head towards 2040 or 2050, it could be a once in five year event. That's how quickly things are changing in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Confederate statue that sparked that deadly white supremacist rally at 2017 has been removed W T O p reporter Dick Uliano was there. There it goes. Here it comes off the stone cut distal. The Robert E. Lee bronze statue lifted up a couple of feet high now and hire a Cray, now moving in a society crowd erupted in a cheer as the statue was lifted off its stone pedestal. For removal from this part, the statue of General Thomas Stonewall Jackson has also been removed. The FDA and CDC say there is no need for Covid 19 booster shot even though Pfizer says it would provide added protection at Brown University, Dr Ashish Jha says, Until we see better data that says a third shot is necessary. I remain very comfortable saying we should stick with the two shot regimen and let's see where things unfold another honor for the late anti lynching and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells. Not to be outdone by Chicago, which recently unveiled a statue of journalist teacher and civil rights activist Ida B. Wells. Memphis, Tennessee says it will unveil a life sized bronze statue of Wells at a plaza in downtown Memphis on July 16th. It's part of a week's worth of events honoring the late president, which includes a panel discussion, a parade and a visit to a prominent lynching site in Memphis. Wells lived in that city for more than 10 years in the late 18 hundreds. Jennifer Kipper CBS News Space fans need to keep an eye out tomorrow morning as billionaire Richard Branson launches into space. CBS's Mark Strassmann was a virgin galactic Scott McLaughlin Bruns this facility. He knows the future of space. Tourism will also ride on Sundays flight. We hope for the best, but we've done everything we can to prepare for. A bad day, and we want Virgin Galactic to succeed. Branson and three other employees will take the flight to the edge of space. The mission will begin at his Spaceport America in New Mexico. This. The CBS News. Facet wealth, personalize and affordable financial planning for everyday Americans, No wealth or asset minimums. Quality financial advice for every stage of your life. A 11 03 on w T O p on this Saturday morning, July 10th 2021 a picture perfect days We have 79 in Washington. Good morning. I'm Sean Anderson. Breaking news on w T o P. It is a symbolic day in Charlottesville as the Statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee no longer stands. That monuments was at the center of the deadly unite the right rally of 2017 also taken down this morning, a nearby statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. With us live from Charlottesville. Double G T. O P s Dick, Uliano Dick, take us through this historic morning. Well, Sean, it has been a momentous moments here in downtown in Charlottesville, Traffic moving again on market Street and people streaming away from Courthouse Square Park. We're just a short while ago the Andrew Jackson the excuse me. Pardon me. The Stonewall Jackson statue came down that followed by two hours. The removal of the Robert E. Lee statue. Small cheers went up from the dozens of people who gathered here the workers behind secured fencing. Hitching up these blonde statues with straps and chains attached to a crane spent gently lifting them off the stone pedestals and onto flatbed trucks. The mayor of Charlottesville, made remarks today before the removal, saying it is a new day for this town and the residents all uh, expressing a joy to see this this moment reach. The statues now are bound for storage. Several institutions have expressed interest. Uh Zen fr Brian, the school girl who wrote the initial petition in 2016, now a student at the University of Virginia, So she hopes they are never displayed again. Reporting live from Charlottesville, particularly on O W T o P news, dick while we still have you on the line, was there any sort of protest by anyone opposing the taking down of these monuments? Uh, no, Sean, no sign of protesters anywhere. And remember that the city organized this a little more than 12 hours before the removal operation began. So very little notice was made when I arrived early this morning in Charlottesville. City public works trucks blocked off the parks to traffic, the area completely secured and the people who turned out for the residents who wanted to see these statues go. It seems because that's where the chairs came from, and they all noted that the City, the town. Rather, Charlottesville has cost a new threshold to say it's a new chapter for Charlottesville. Alright, w T. O p. Testicular Liana live in Charlottesville, where the statues of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson have come down. We'll have more coverage as we go through the day here on w T. O P And we also have a picture gallery on w t o p dot com As you can witness this historic morning, it's 11 06 Other news today, D C has already passed the milestone of 70% of the adult population vaccinated against Coronavirus, but city leaders are not declaring mission accomplished. Last month, a slip in the demand for vaccines prompted the district to start offering incentives to get more residents vaccinated that led to the city offering gift cards, Metro passes even new cars to residents, whatever it took to get more arms jabbed with the covid vaccine. Now, demand has started to plateau again, and that's leading the more discussion about what else can be done to increase the vaccination rate even more, a D C health leader told the council on Friday. College scholarships are among the incentives being considered. At this point, the city is not requiring all municipal workers to be vaccinated, but it does reserve the right to mandate it in the future. John Doman w T o p News. Meantime, local school systems are weighing their options. Now that the CDC says students and staff don't need to wear masks if they're vaccinated. Montgomery County schools intends to release tentative mass guidance for next school year in late July or early August. School systems that tell w t O p they're revealing the news. CDC guidelines and will provide UPDATES on policies as needed include Fairfax and Loudon County's..

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"ashish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"ashish" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Schools safely resumed full operations. I think that new guidance is essentially meaningless unless you have a way to track who has been vaccinated. Who hasn't that comes as Pfizer says it will apply to the FDA to give emergency authorization to a booster for its vaccine. But the Biden administration, including the CDC, n F D, a Say there's no evidence booster shots are necessary at least not now. Skyler Henry. CBS NEWS Washington So Pfizer sticking to its guns, saying a booster shot will provided added protection against Covid 19. But the federal government says it's not necessary. Dr. Ashish Jha Aw, dean of Brown University School of Public Health, says talk of booster shots is premature, but he does add Delta Variant is spreading in unvaccinated communities and is causing a lot of unvaccinated people to get hospitalized and even die. That's who's really getting sick and dying right now. And of course, any time you have large outbreaks, you have opportunities for more variance. And that is an unfortunate mix that we've got to try to avoid. Let's check our numbers here in Massachusetts, the Department of Public Health reporting 169 new covid cases, no deaths. Seven day average of positive tests in the state has gone up a little bit. 2.50% 87 people hospitalized for a coronavirus related illness 25 in intensive care. The death toll continuing to rise in the Surfside condo building collapsed, Miami Dade County Mayor Daniel Levine Cava said Friday. Crews are making some progress in their recovery effort. Sifting through rubble of the collapse, we recovered another victim. The total number of confirmed deaths is now 79 53 of those victims have been identified with 61 people still unaccounted for. Crews.

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