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Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | Last week

Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.

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Phil Kerpen: Pfizer Trials Were Never Designed to Test Transmission

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last month

Phil Kerpen: Pfizer Trials Were Never Designed to Test Transmission

"Of course the trials were never designed to test for transmission because they only picked up if you had a symptomatic case which is to say they weren't doing regular testing weekly testing or anything like that on the people in the trial It's just if they got sick and when it got a test and then they would go into the trial data and then they compared in the trial arm and the intervention arm to the control arm is what they did and they said there was this reduction in cases and it was actually a pretty good reduction in cases we found out later that it weighed pretty rapidly and it wasn't very long-term protection at all Certainly but they didn't test for transmission in any way because they weren't testing you unless you got sick and you went and you thought it out And by the way the only trial that did test for transmission that did regular surveillance testing was the AstraZeneca trial and it wasn't very successful which I think is probably one of the other trials didn't do it And so now but then of course all of the public health messaging including from Pfizer itself was like stop the spread herd immunity the vaccine is going to end the pandemic We're going to mandate it not just for you but for the whole community all this kind of stuff And so now when they're forced to say out loud what's always been true but was we relied about constantly which is the trials were never designed to tell us anything about transmission It's a big revelation because it means that everything that they did in the name of herd immunity stopped transmission and stopped the spread all of that kind of stuff with respect to the vaccine It was always completely unjustified from the original trial on And by the way it got even more ridiculous when we got to omicron because there was no effect at all on infections or transmission It was apparent in all of the data And by the way it was already apparent at the time of the Supreme Court decisions in January when they somehow had a split decision anyway and said you could mandate it in healthcare context And so it's pretty incredible I think that this continues to be a revelation because it's always been right in front of us but we've just been lied to about it A million times

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The Nuclear Family Is a Fundamental Threat to the Ruling Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

The Nuclear Family Is a Fundamental Threat to the Ruling Class

"Remember, the nuclear family is a fundamental threat to the ruling class, a nuclear family was strong ties, supports one another outside of government support. They're able to have community purpose. You don't need to maybe turn on the television, hypnotize by the propaganda networks. You don't need to turn to Pfizer AstraZeneca or Moderna for some sort of antidepressant, strong families, and strong local communities, create happier people.

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Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Dan Horowitz: Certain Viruses Dislike Blood Based Antibodies

"Well what was it that made this one so I think uniquely ineffective You know I'm going to try to answer it Without speculating about motivations because I do wonder if there were other reasons for this I don't think it's just mRNA because we're seeing it with all the adenovirus vector vaccines as well J&J and AstraZeneca slightly different problems but a lot of overlap A good deal of it is Dan made me an effective vaccine for a respiratory virus bacteria and not a non respiratory virus Respiratory viruses and I've learned this just from the doctors I've had on my podcast do well with blood based antibodies and they are prone to misfiring RSV is a very problematic virus for babies They've been trying to get a vaccine for that since the 60s They had to pull it from the market then and they've never really developed one since then They tried for 20 years 18 years since stars won And they failed and it caused a lot of inflammation It didn't work and mutates a lot This was known I mean I didn't know it at the time but in retrospect you look this was all there That's the knowledge do this And Dan I hate to say it but they knew this during the trial They knew this during the trial I've had people injured by it in the trial on my show and they never recorded their injuries They never conversed with them This is pretty devastating We know from the documents that Pfizer knew no later than February 2021 that there were 1400 deaths and over 1400 categories of maladies and injuries and they did not disclose it

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'Faucian Bargain' Author Steve Deace on a Shocking New German Study

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 4 months ago

'Faucian Bargain' Author Steve Deace on a Shocking New German Study

"With us right now is Steve dace. He wrote Fauci and bargain. Steve, welcome back to the program. I had somebody come up to me a couple days ago. They said, Charlie, I found this amazing podcaster from Iowa. I was like, oh yeah. Steve dace, they said, yeah, exactly. It was great. And so Steve, you're growing, and it's great to see. Welcome back to the program. There's a study out of Germany. You want to share with us? Yeah, it's actually an alert from the German health department. And you think it's bad here. Imagine you're a German citizen in the last two weeks. They told you, we're going to be able to help you heat your home this winter. And oh, by the way, yeah, that jab, we mandated you all take one out of every 5000 were estimating, creates what the German health department said, quote, is a serious adverse effect. Which vaccine was it? They did not specify which we was. It could be a combination therein, obviously AstraZeneca would be more prevalent in Europe than it's not here. But just to show you that those numbers are estimated low in our own vaccine adverse reporting system adverse effect reporting system, otherwise known as VAERS, there is more than that in just sheer hospitalizations that are reported on there. And if you know anything about VAERS, you've got to go through numerous pages of citations and stuff to report and adverse event, which leads to things being underreported there because it's not something that you can easily document in the system. It kind of weeds out people who aren't serious about reporting

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Why This Is the Most Suicidal Generation in U.S. History

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Why This Is the Most Suicidal Generation in U.S. History

"Is the most suicidal generation in American history. And it's not just because of the trans issue, but it's because of this gender identity confusion and sexual confusion. If you want to screw up a young person's mind, have them think that sex is normative and that it's not something for private. It messes up a teenager. Very quickly. Not to mention a lot of these young men are addicted to pornography and that they are being fed hyper hyper radical images and messages. So what is the big takeaway of this? Two things. Number one, all of you must realize who's actually behind this. This is one where actually it's deeper than the LGBT activists. The pharmaceutical companies stand to make billions of dollars a year off your children. Every child is a dollar sign. If they can get a child to self proclaim as trans, anywhere between four to $6 million of drugs and therapies will be given that child over the rest of their life. That is an annuity for Pfizer. Now, of course, we all trust the pharmaceutical companies, right? After the last couple of years, we think super highly of AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson and Moderna. So they would never do anything like this, right? Where they see this as an opportunity. If you look at the amount of drugs that have yet to be approved by the FDA that are in waiting, clinical two trials, it is dozens of drugs for this specific purpose. So just think of this much more cynically that there's a gold mine. There are people right now working for pharmaceutical companies that want your child to have to have these gender issues interviewing the second part of it is this, though, which is that parents, I just want to tell you right now, if there is ever an issue to overturn the table to shatter the glass and to just to say upset friendships, please pound the table over this issue. I'm telling you right now that this is not the issue where you sit idly by.

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Big Pharma Sees Big Money in Pushing Hormone Blockers

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Big Pharma Sees Big Money in Pushing Hormone Blockers

"And the same pharmaceutical companies that pushed forward all these vaccines see a multi-billion dollar annual opportunity in trying to push this hormone blockers and puberty blockers. They're the ones that are pushing this. AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson. They have billions of dollars of drugs in front of the FDA right now in research and development phase one phase two phase three trials that they want to try to push to 5.6 and 70 year olds that might have transition regret. There has not been a gold rush in the pharmaceutical industry like this in decades. All they have to do is get more kids to want to think that they are what they're not, and they start to print more

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What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 7 months ago

What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?

"I have a legitimate question what on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Name one thing. The only thing I can name is the amount of illegals that have come into America, the potential population. However, Hispanics are turning conservative and record numbers. So even that it's a little bit blurry. What on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Since the new year, Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, they're on the ropes. Disney is down, CNN plus is gone, Twitter is about to be taken over and totally changed, which we know censorship is a fundamental need of this regime. If they're not able to censor they can't exist, they must be able to shut you up, the Democrat party has lower approval ratings than ever before, wire, what, who, what, where is stronger than they were four months ago? I'll tell you who is stronger though. Rogan is more popular than ever before. Tucker Carlson is more popular than ever before. Bill Maher's anti woke, tirades are stronger than ever before. Elon is richer, he might have his net worth as might have gone down by 20 or 30 billion because the stock prices, but Tesla was up 10% since last week, 10%. Our podcast is up amazingly. Our radio program is up. Our social media engagement is up. We can't find spaces big enough at turning point USA to be able to fit all the students that want to come to our events at Berkeley and boulder, meanwhile, I'm not really sure if people are flocking a big numbers, go hear critical race theory, Nicole Hannah Jones, maybe. I don't think so. If you kind of look at these fundamental indicators of where the society is going, Republicans are winning registration wars across the country and desantis wiped out all of the gerrymander gains that California New York tried to do. Desantis basically level the playing field. God bless that man.

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How Should Elites Treat Their Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 8 months ago

How Should Elites Treat Their Country?

"Treat their country? How should the people in charge of their country and the economic elites or in cultural institutions or in the movies or in any form of power? How should they treat their country? Well, a hundred years ago, Carnegie Mellon and chase, they were some of the wealthiest people ever in the history of the planet. Now there is no doubt that they were powerful and that they had wealth, but they used that wealth largely to try and preserve America, build hospitals, libraries, build YMCAs, build things that actually helped the well-being of the nation. They wanted a strong America. Now, over the last couple of years, a common lament from this program has been the fact that the people who are in charge of our country, the wealthiest people, are involved in this pattern of self hatred. They're engaged in this relentless pattern of not doing what's best for the country of engaging in ideas for the World Economic Forum, the suppression of free speech, woke ideology, the suffocation of the individual, we have talked about how people like Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos and George Soros and the Google people and the Louis Vuitton guy. They seem to be so fixated on using their unlimited wealth to do things that actually hurt the cause of liberty. Not help the cause of liberty. That hurt the strength of America and weaken America. This has seemed to be almost overwhelming, especially the last couple of years. We've been complaining about how AstraZeneca Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson and Moderna. They cooperate with Fauci and the FDA and Bill Gates and it seems like the elites have it all figured out. That they always have each other's back and basically the only thing that we have left is the truth, which matters and common everyday people fighting for that. We felt outnumbered and for good reason. We turn around and we

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If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 9 months ago

If Only We Investigated Russia's Funding of US Anti-Fossil Fuel Groups

"Cool controls Joe Biden. He's a prisoner of many different groups. He's a prisoner of the teacher unions. He's a prisoner of Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Every decision that this administration makes is because of an order given by a group that either helped get him into office that helped implement him into office or that is currently giving him cover fire or is a backbone of the Democrat regime. Well, let's read what one of his, let's say, wardens, believe in because he's a prisoner of somebody. You go to Greenpeace dot org. It says real zero. What is hashtag real zero? Great question Greenpeace writes, first let's start out with net zero a term you've probably heard before. Burn now pay later. Nations of the world pledged in 2015 Paris climate agreement to collectively achieve net zero carbon emissions, globally by 2050. Climate scientists say we must hit net zero to avoid climate catastrophe. It's a goal we should all support. The term net zero is also being exploited by governments and corporations who are using it as smoke screen to keep burning phosphor fuel fossil fuels via a loophole called carbon offset credits. So instead, they want real zero, not net zero. The only way out of the climate crisis is to get to net zero. Real zero equals net zero minus offsets. It means reducing and stopping all carbon emissions before they are put into the atmosphere. It means full speed ahead to a transformation of our energy and transport systems to 100% renewable sources. This is Greenpeace dot org. No more fossil fuel burning, no offsetting scams. This is the website you can see it for yourself. It's Greenpeace dot org. Sierra club is very similar. Now again, we've gone through in great detail, the evidence that shows that Russia has been funding green energy groups. We should be having criminal investigations into how Russia has been covertly funding of these anti fossil fuel groups, the hill dot com calls for this. Investigate Russia's covert funding of U.S. anti fossil fuel groups makes you wonder how successful the green energy groups would have been, the last couple years, if our government actually spent time investigating legitimate Russian collusion instead of whether or not Donald Trump had any sort of ties to the Russian Kremlin, which of course he didn't.

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The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 11 months ago

The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

"One story that I never thought would be controversial, but it's something that needs to kind of be built out, which is the intentional suppression of natural immunity. If you have fought through getting the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, you are infected. You got the natural antibodies. One would think that there would be an admission and acceptance amongst the people in charge that you should be treated as if you are quote unquote naturally inoculated or naturally vaccinated. There's always been this push against natural immunity. There's never been an allowance for natural immunity. For reasons that are quite obvious such as trying to pander to Pfizer and AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in the pharmaceutical vaccine lobby, but also it's because they know that if they actually counted antibody tests and natural immunity, all of a sudden the power that the state has assumed would vanish and disappear.

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4th Shot Likely 'Not Good Enough' To Protect Against Omicron, Israeli Researcher Says

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 11 months ago

4th Shot Likely 'Not Good Enough' To Protect Against Omicron, Israeli Researcher Says

"Well, Israel is now saying at Charlie Kirk dot com that four doses, the fourth booster shot is, quote, not good enough. Against Alma cron. Quote, an Israeli trial, the first conduction of its type in the world, experts say that a fourth dose of the vaccine is not good enough to protect against a while experts at Shaba medical center say that the fourth dose does raise antibody levels and their quote still a lot of infections, even among those who have quadrupled vaccinated. Israel is one of the most vaccinated countries in the world. Israel went all in on operation warp speed. Israel worked with Pfizer AstraZeneca. I think they got the Pfizer vaccine, though, in Israel, is that right? Which is very ironic if you know the history of Pfizer that Israel would be quick to want to embrace the Pfizer vaccine. That's a separate topic for a different time. Four booster shots are not enough. And what's been amazing. And again, I have not received a good answer. Doctor Pierre Corey when he joined our show to the white coat summit, he probably gave me the best explanation, but I still was not completely satisfied, of how is it that a community of people that are allegedly so focused on objectivity the scientific method on data on research, how is it they get it so phenomenally wrong for so long despite competing research?

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New COVID-19 antibody drug OK'd to protect most vulnerable

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

New COVID-19 antibody drug OK'd to protect most vulnerable

"The the food food and and drug drug administration's administration's approved approved a a coded coded prevention prevention drug drug for for people people who who have have serious serious health health problems problems or or allergies allergies to to the the current current vaccines vaccines AstraZeneca's AstraZeneca's new new antibody antibody drug drug abuse abuse child child is is not not for for treating treating coded coded nineteen nineteen it's it's a a long long term term medication medication to to be be given given as as a a preventive preventive for for cancer cancer patients patients organ organ transplant transplant recipients recipients and and people people immune immune suppressants suppressants who who might might not not get get the the immunity immunity needed needed from from standard standard vaccines vaccines one one expert expert says says this this was was really really needed needed because because these these people people are are at at such such high high risk risk they've they've had had to to remain remain in in isolation isolation and and now now they'll they'll be be able able to to get get closer closer to to normal normal life life the the FDA FDA says says this this is is not not a a substitute substitute for for vaccines vaccines for for most most people people and and that that antibody antibody drugs drugs are are difficult difficult to to manufacture manufacture and and generally generally cost cost about about a a thousand thousand dollars dollars a a dose dose compared compared to to thirty thirty dollars dollars for for the the approved approved vaccinations vaccinations I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Why Is America Getting Mixed Up in Foreign Wars When We Have a Mess at Home?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Why Is America Getting Mixed Up in Foreign Wars When We Have a Mess at Home?

"Angela Cote via wrote the book literally called the ruling class. He was also probably one of the wisest foreign policy experts ever. And for those of you listening that want to get a really good understanding of how we should approach American foreign policy, Angela Kota villa was one of the most prudent. One of the most fair and pro American thinkers. And challenge the CIA and the security apparatus unfortunately, he died tragically. I was supposed to spend time with him, actually, he was unable to make it because he got COVID and he died of something else. It was awful. But he had this, the reason I bring up Angela Kota villa and Michael Anton, who's with hillsdale college. That's a great actual reminder that I have to tell you about hillsdale, the wonderful hillsdale college Beacon of the north, Michael Anton, who is not, doesn't necessarily agree with everything that Angela coded via says, but is, in some ways, disciple, I don't want to speak for him, but he would say this better than I could, which is you should not get involved in foreign conflicts if you have extensive domestic problems at home. What are you doing saber rattling across the world? Trying to resolve border disputes when our when our own border is wide open, we have inflation, the country is politically divided and you have a regime that is wildly unpopular. Well, that is exactly what the security apparatus is doing. Partly to distract away from the failed regime of Biden, but also to try and feed the fire of the military industrial complex because look, if you're the military industrial complex, you're looking at Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed Martin Northrop Grumman Boeing, they say, hey, come on, cut us in for some of this. We got no wars going on right now. Front page of the New York Times, on Ukrainian front, warily awaiting the worst. After 8 years of war, grim anticipation of Russian invasion. So now we are being fed a nonstop line that we should care about the Russian Ukrainian border

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Scientist behind UK vaccine says next pandemic may be worse

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Scientist behind UK vaccine says next pandemic may be worse

"One one of of the the scientists scientists behind behind the the oaks oaks with with AstraZeneca AstraZeneca cove cove in in nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine is is warning warning that that the the next next pandemic pandemic may may be be worse worse professor professor Sara Sara Gilbert Gilbert says says unless unless more more money money is is devoted devoted to to research research and and preparations preparations to to find find emerging emerging viral viral threats threats the the next next virus virus attack attack could could be be more more contagious contagious and and lethal lethal in in excerpts excerpts released released ahead ahead of of a a speech speech Gilbert Gilbert says says the the scientific scientific advances advances made made in in fighting fighting deadly deadly diseases diseases must must not not be be lost lost due due to to the the cost cost of of fighting fighting the the current current pandemic pandemic and and she's she's expected expected to to say say could could be be nineteen nineteen is is unlikely unlikely to to be be the the last last time time a a virus virus threatens threatens our our lives lives and and our our livelihoods livelihoods I'm I'm Charles Charles through through this this month month

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Who Will Cross-Examine the FBI For Targeting Project Veritas?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Who Will Cross-Examine the FBI For Targeting Project Veritas?

"What's happening with project veritas and James O'Keefe is an unprecedented story happening in real time. There's a lot of details to this story. But first, let's introduce the actors, of course, James O'Keefe, and project veritas, both of which have been regular guests on the show. James O'Keeffe is a journalist and has had numerous stories throughout the years of whether it be unveiling voter fraud, whether it be going after the pharmaceutical companies, which I think is really what irritated them lately. Pfizer, AstraZeneca, whether it be going after the voter fraud apparatus, all these sorts of things, James O'Keeffe is an undercover journalist at project veritas. And last week, project veritas journalist got a knock on the door. And on the other side were FBI agents with battering rams, like the SS that stormed into project veritas journalist homes, but it did not stop there. The next morning, on Saturday morning, again, early at James O'Keeffe's home, they raided James so keeps home all in search of a diary. That would at most constitute petty theft. So why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, knocking down doors and putting people in handcuffs and confiscating devices all for a diary that was questionable of its efficacy in the first place that James O'Keeffe never actually even ran. He never ran the story, he could not verify its authenticity and therefore James O'Keefe. Did not run with it in any way, shape or form. And so this begs a lot of different questions. And the first one that we need to kind of walk through is who's going to hold the FBI accountable when they start knocking down doors of journalists that they don't like? We have another question of Ryan here from Arizona, Charlie, who's going to cross examine the FBI. The answer is currently no one. And quite honestly it seems as if the Republicans in Congress are more interested in passing infrastructure packages than asking why Joe Biden's secret police are going after journalists they don't

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Judge: Loudoun County Teen Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Classmate in Girls' Bathroom

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Judge: Loudoun County Teen Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Classmate in Girls' Bathroom

"You are seeing in loudon county Virginia and this is new out of loudon county, Virginia. That parents that have children in loudoun county Virginia, 54% of them are going to vote Republican or for young kid. So The Washington Post came out and they were like, oh, the story is very misleading of what's happened in loudoun county. But guess what allowed in county judge, this is breaking in the last 24 hours, finds boy in a skirt, guilty of raping, female student and girls bathroom remember we talked about the story, and the media told us that this wasn't true. The victims have been vindicated, and their parents demand apology and kids walk out of their classroom and protest against schools. This couldn't be happening at a worse time for Terry mcauliffe. This is hit a apex where all of a sudden, in Virginia. And let me just reemphasize this. I said this yesterday. Virginia, this is the ruling class governorship. This is the place where you wine and dine Boeing and north of Grumman and Lockheed Martin, where you give money to Pfizer AstraZeneca and Moderna. This is the governor of Virginia is kind of a ribbon cutting deal. You get all the nice handouts you get invited to all the Washington D.C. parties because you're nearby. You get treated really well. Being governor of Virginia is one of the top perks of being part of the Democrat ruling class. It's rather desirable. But now all of a sudden the Democrats have deployed Obama, they deploy camel Harris, which I don't think that's going to help. They're deploying Joe Biden, Rasmussen reports. 32% of America believes 32% of Americans believe America is on the right track. 64% of Americans think America's on the wrong track. 60 4%.

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Joe Rogan Forces Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Admit CNN Shouldn't Have Called His COVID Treatment 'Horse Dewormer'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 1 year ago

Joe Rogan Forces Dr. Sanjay Gupta to Admit CNN Shouldn't Have Called His COVID Treatment 'Horse Dewormer'

"Yet our country is controlled by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and BioTech, and therefore we're not even allowed to have a conversation about Ivermectin, but the few people that are free speech warriors like Joe Rogan he does not let up cut 55 and then we'll go through all three cuts here and this is by the way, if you have not listened to this podcast discussed with Sanjay Gupta, it's incredible. Because maybe Sanjay Gupta thought that they were gonna have a nice little conversation about why people need to wear masks. I don't know what he was thinking. Going on Joe Rogan's show. Joe is mad. And good for Joe, Joe Rogan as Sanjay Gupta, does it bother you that CNN lied about me? Cut 55. Does it bother you that the news network you work for? Out and out lied. Without right lied about me taking horse dewormer. They shouldn't have said that. Why did they do that? I don't know. You didn't ask? I didn't think there was a guy over there. I didn't ask. I should have asked glee. No. I watched. Gorgeous. I want to frame that because Joe's Joe's because we see this little shriveling of a weak human Sanjay Gupta. I should have asked. I don't know. You understand that these media reporters have never been called out before? I think Sanjay Gupta was there to promote a book. I don't think it's doing very well after that. I know, I think he has a new book like COVID COVID war zero or something. I really think it's called World War COVID. I think that's the name of the book. And so CNN he's the medical guy there, and so Joe says, you're the medical guy there. What do you mean?

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

Hack

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

"So lovely likes master. Thanks so much for chatting us thank you. Yeah congrats on the massive wins because it takes everyone the whole community to bring someone like that to the top in so many lovely coming in someone says logan modern winning gold was really emotional for me. He's the bmx rider. Just the fact of how. It wasn't even a possibility when he was studying as a kid and now he will inspire us so many young kids someone else. The philippines getting their first ever medal in the women's weightlifting. Got me emotional. The emotion was incredible. So you have you been watching the olympics. I think watching it religiously as a school teacher. I've been studying my lessons to watch like the big big races and the first race. It ion fitness and the decky stops my religion class. We watched it. I cried and now. The u seventy seven video of made crying and seeing the national anthem on their heads was more important than letting about anything else at that point. Oh i learned so much from watching that stuff. Like i used to love when teaching stops classes so he could watch it. I mean what do you think. Your kids are getting out of that. I think festival they're learning about like it's okay to be vulnerable. Which is really. Don't keep but it's more about celebrating greatness and that we can shave if we put our minds to it because a lot of these kids. It's just not to say someone succeed totally. It's just like having a role model up this or if he thinks that's right. Thank you so much. Huck on triple j that. He's time full on this episode of hack. I'll catch you on the next one. This is an abc podcast..

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

Hack

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

"This sort of push of the vaccines absolutely. It's a fair. I can't get vaccinating but you don't need to pay a pipe coal at the end of the day the government stopped calling back saints second devices many commentators and health experts and epidemiologist pushing a first dose strategy. That is using as many of the vaccines that we have now to get. The first is out there so i could be tapping into that. Second is stop. Paul for sydney without taking i isis from the bush. Really unconscionable in our view taking vaccines that why from frontline healthcare workers have young people feeling that as well to john who'll from the rural doctors association. Thanks very much for joining us. She won the first and only medal for that country. i was just on triple. Jack is hack on triple avenue dies. I've been watching a loss of olympics and for some reason i was watching the women's gymnastics volt finals on the weekend. The results came out some of them. Were stoked because they want to meddle but the young woman from canada was sobbing because she missed out and i felt so sad. I don't even know her name. I only really watch gymnastics every four years. And then there was ozzie. Swimmer emma mckay on doing amazing things with her medal. Tally as well. I could go on and on the olympics so moving even when he anything about the people of the sports behind them texts me. What have been your most emotional olympic moments so far for three nine seven. Five seventy five accenture. Mccormack has been fool on crying during some of these events and it turns out. There's a reason for why the olympics makes us so emotional usually one to get emotional war hearing the national anthem at the olympics. It's like someone's chopping onions for the past week and a half. I managed to get through the opening ceremony without crying but on day. Two when these sterling women's relay team broke their own world record in the full by one hundred made a freestyle. Yup i was a rick and granted. I'm a big cook. I love a cry but there's something about the olympics. It's setting me off every single day. Since i'm not the only one emma mccune. Rem miss swimming golds absolutely sent me emotionally. I was chasing my kitchen. I was yelling at the tv. And then i cried when they won the gold and when it was time for them to get up on the partium and received their medals. I sign along the national anthem with them was a movie about the high jump is just seeing how much it meant to them. Both like push each other so hard and recognize though both worthy you've seen and just seeing that joy pour out of them was amazing to watch nice beautiful. It was the filipino. Might lift up chris now. She won the first and only medal for that country. And i was just so overwhelmed that now capita that just kicking goals on the medal. Tally and i was just like you go. You get knocked down and get back up again the me. It's vein when kate campbell said she was so proud and the mccain winning gold i also get teary basically whenever gymnast or dive looks back at the school and smiles and when a thirteen year old japanese skateboarder came first in her event. Yeah i was gonna on a saturday afternoon. If i'm watching the nfl. I'm not crying. So what makes it different about the olympics. I think it's the rarity it's the pressure and it's also that feeling that you've probably just saying something that was the best in the world. I think it's just that human performance that fate of hard working and saying it payoff olympics. Have such a great job. All of helping us connecting with the hard work and their journey. That's happened over four years. That's mary's the lane. she's a psychologist. These straddling institute of sport. She works with lates but she also has some theories on why sport makes how is leaky. Look i think as as as we. We love our sports and we the the olympics Good at embarking the sense of national pride and supporting. That's fair enough. But how come. I've been getting emotional while watching croatian kazakhstan play water polo as humans way. We're predisposed to connecting and empathizing with paypal. If we say someone who looked sad and upset feel sad and upset them and likewise if we say someone just absolutely alighted in joyous than where really likely to connect with that as well sorry. It's really bright. Part of the human experience where we feel what others feel as though and connect with people in that white last. Mary says it's clear that these athletes have worked ossoff waken all relates to working odd and a change in all so we might not be a late plates but i really think that we can connect with that. There's also the fact these olympics which have been delayed for so long particularly emotional for everyone competing. We didn't even think the olympics would go ahead. They've gone ahead. And and you know people thrilled and perhaps surprise so that makes it more enjoyable. But then just even the footage that you get the you know. The cartoon the stands -joyed alighted and then the families collected home and and this footage of them celebrating. And i think that really helps create a story and a narrative that waking connector on a human level entre bujar and mccomb. Mac there feel abortion just listening to what people getting emotional about on the text line. Just folks weaning killed me. What a legend woulda journey someone else. I think this is i think. The olympics is a tiny gleam of international hope and unity in such a crappy few years. We crave that. Perhaps the most amazing story for us in australia is swim. Mccain she's broken sawyer many record. She's won eleven medals at the olympics. The most of any australian ever alexa master was used to train with 'em and we've just been talking about the to us coming off. Have you been crying saying you're doing so well haven't straw. She's incredible yeah. How did you feel saying reichel. Those bullets i mean. I would say that i. I can't believe it. But i can. Because she's just she's just incredible. She's always been so so good and it's just i just i can't even speak sir. Yeah fair enough. I mean like you guys have been training together for a long time. Did you know her back in the day that she was going to get to the stage. Yeah it's something that you kind of take for granted a little bit when you're younger in training together. We always knew that she was shoes. Always one to watch and she was. You know the the of the post. I always knew that she would make it and and do this well. And it's just incredible to watch likes quite beautiful to see how humble and grateful she seems to be as well which kind of just adds to the bonus of her amazing success. I mean what kind of role model do you think. Emma is for young people in australia. Such a great role model she was. She's always been such a humble and beautiful person and you know first and foremost a friend as well and you know there was always competition but she was always such a great Bro model to me. Even you know we're a couple years of pot. And i think that young people would be looking to her now just wanting to be her and yeah. It's it's such a great. It's such a great thing to watch. Yeah it's.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

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07:47 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

"Astrazeneca right. How do you feel yeah. I'm totally fine. I got mine on the twenty fifth of march just before the advice change because i work in disability or as part of the Face they roll out and Yeah what sort of drove you to get that. Wh- what made your decision there Because i just i the senate making vaccinated this. They know everything can go back to normal fair enough. I think a lot of people are feeling that way as well. Thanks so much for calling in a-. Yeah so many people texting in questions. Dr nick cards with i want to put these one to you. Because it's one that a lot of people would be feeling. Andrew from perth says. I leave in perth western australia and these state is handled. Covert amazingly well. I'm not worried about catching covert. I'm absolutely i rush to get vaccinated. Why should i take the risk. When scott morrison is the one who botched the rollout. What do you say to andrew that. Well andrew and i sound like we both west israelis. I lived in perth for about twenty. Three years and Yeah you know. I think perth Benefited from a lot of things. One of being one of them being that it's the most isolated city in the world. And and i understand that there's that difference in perhaps risk perception but at the end of the day if the risk of getting an astro vaccine and having complication is less than you getting into your car and having a car accident then it doesn't really matter where you live in in ustralia and i think what You know we. We saw the dangers of overconfidence with the new south. Wales government Delaying the lockdown. I think wh- everybody except the accepts. That's not now so people in west australia. There are certain dangers. And being over confident about the delta varian of covets bay away be careful about saying wait can wait when we die win covert. It's going to come into our Our community adopted the advice in us. Apples these young people toget- astrazeneca but even today in queensland with united states in lockdown as well chief health officer jeanette young was saying that she still doesn't want eighteen year olds getting astra zeneca young people to make of this messaging. It's still so just all over the place depending on what state. You're in yeah. I think is extraordinarily hot. I don't think when we look back on this health latest. It's going to be the most most proud thing for for any of us You know the the communication of the vaccine Rollout particularly is a and visor. Hasn't been great and we've had some problems with particularly academics in the media. Telling us that that. The isaiah was an inferior vaccine. But what are we doing right now. Well we have to acknowledge the wherever. There's an outbreak of delta that changes the risk profile. So i'm dr young will have run reasons for saying that and She's interpreted the attack even vice in a certain way. But i think the target is pretty clear. Way your risk of delta. You should take the In your ivory take the vaccine that's available to you and if that's astra That's the one you should be taking. Yeah it's almost infuriating. How confusing the messaging us. But this is sort of breaking that down in helping young people get their especially now that we have these targets so fi input macari has cooled in his. Well you got fis right. So it was that easy taxes yet literally. I just went and i book in and it was seven ten pm in. She knew everyone's name off the bat. And i i work in the hospital That was helpful And she vaccinated me with five and that was one leftover that day for another gentlemen go to as well what pushed yet get it. So what sort of went into person because paul mccartney hasn't been super affected by carbon no not at all i work in a hospital and day surgery so i feel like i've always thought that whatever i can do to help other people mean easy and i haven't auntie that got affected by polio. So that's something that super red but she just didn't get vaccinated totally. Yeah fair enough. So if you thanks very much for cooling in a lot of people texting similar things james on bundling country today to my first kovic shot so i can be part of the solution or people saying yeah. The car accident risk is just so much higher. Dr nick kotz worth one. Interesting thing that we're hearing is that young people is spreading delta because the ones that are essential workers. Do you think we should be doing more in terms of getting vaccines out. Potentially sending them to work places so you know. Workers in those in those areas are actually getting the vaccine. Yes i do i do. I definitely do and We need to be as creative as we possibly can. Both at the moment But also in the future ebony and the in the coming months it'll guy from You know supplying access to people who definitely want to get the vaccine And shifting to the more hard to reach members of our straddling community by old and young And whether that's vaccinating in the workplace Whether that's communications with culturally and linguistically diverse communities. We're going to have to start getting pretty creative pretty quickly. I think to get to that. Eighty percent her so if people avoid getting vaccinated because they may not feel the risks of code at the moment. What is the reality for. Astrology are if we hit those targets. Are i think the reality for australia is that. We will continue to move in and out of lockdown we. We know that there's Some states that a very very Probably lockdown and You know if they don't get to those targets will continue to do them and and that's a huge risk for young australians. And that's why. I think we should embrace the targets that we've we've currently got The risk v youngest raelians is of course everything that You know we enjoy about lifing out. Go to uni be part of the gig. Economy have a couple of jobs. Be able to be my bil- around a city you not to say that still be a problem in two thousand twenty two is something that deeply concerns me so i'm going to be doing whatever i can to get us to that I target which is seventy percent and then the second tiger which is eighty percent. Let's hope we can get there really soon. Dr carts with really appreciate you coming on as usual. thanks again. john hole is from the rural doctors association. Now one thing that we've seen in new south wales is that vaccines are being pushed towards the cd areas for you. Twelve students so they can do ajc. And there's a bit of anger from some regional communities that they being taken from them. What are you hearing from. Regional areas about these decision by the new south wales government many doctors and frontline healthcare workers nurses in allah helter really concerned because they still haven't had access to the vaccine. We know that through the phased approach. The government did prioritize phase. One i which was frontline healthcare. Because i'm fortunately the roll out To those regions has just not been consistent so they still many frontline healthcare workers that aren't vaccinated it's wellbeing patients that looking after complex respiratory patients. They themselves a providing vaccines for some patients as well on yet Yet they still have access to the right vaccine for them so any move to remove exane from those communities where we still don't have that complete vaccination of frontline healthcare workers and those most at risk is a massive concern We we certainly care about sydney and what they're going through and have their back and there. There are a number of other solutions. That could be at play here to help. Sydney get to its vaccine targets. Jump one one argument that the government has said he's that you know in order for the rest of the country even to get back to normal boards to open up for new south wales to kate functioning again outbreaks need to be quelled and dealt with in places like sydney's that a fair argument for.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

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07:13 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

"On returning vaccinated Now sitting where the badge outbreak his. If you're over it you can get vaccinated with astrazeneca outta mass clinic. And that's on advice from australia's vaccine regulator taghi. Elsewhere you can make an appointment at j. to chat and then get jabbed after joyce's spiced about twelve weeks depending away you off and fis around three weeks. Somebody will have told hack hopping to white. So they can get fully vaccinated quicker assuming they can get a dog spot. Experts say it's not worth the wait for pfizer especially if you're in a covert hotspots another benefits to being vaccinated and the risk of dying from evac saying is really so. Why are you still wigging out. We've received all sorts of conflicting information all sorts of new information. That's just changing constantly. Jason tanglin is an associate professor of cognitive science. The university of queensland. He's as humans just designed to deal with risk this small and numbers. This huge people are really terrible reasoning about extraordinarily large numbers. Like one hundred million. We're pretty good with on the order of ten one hundred thousand but once we get you know large numbers and just actually plinking thinking about them finicky. Clearly we kinda fall to pieces perfect prime for bad news which ma fingered evolution narrowly but now pushes anything negative to the front of al head When all of the terrible things that might go wrong when when getting a job all the side effects of blood clots and everything else Flood to mind a lot more readily than the benefits that you accrue to getting the job on triple thames and rose with that story and yeah the risks. It's just so hard to wrap your head around that we do. All these risky stuff died today and you know. The risk of blood clots with as as just so so read. Someone's texted to that effect for everyone. Listening to these in the caused dying in a car. Crash is off all more likely than any consequences of astrazeneca. Don't be hypocrite get vaccinated. Dan from camera. I'm booked in faster than i am so stoked about it. The federal government has set the bar of eighty percent of australians having to get vaccinated in order for us to get back to some kind of normal. Where with dr. Nick kotz worth. Who is the former deputy chief medical officer. I mean what do you think of that. Eighty percent target in order to start going overseas again. Is that a realistic outcome in the near future. Oh look i honestly do you think it is. I think what people are going to be hearing talk about bamboozled. You're going to hear people who have Public health experts epidemiologists. They're going to be dividing too high to low You know what i would say is there's a target now We know we need to get to let. Let's get there. Let's not spend much time debating the target because it is realistic if we get enough. Australians behind the vaccine program we have nineteen ninety-five percent vaccination rights maizels in our kids. There's no reason why we shouldn't get eighty percent vaccination for Covert for our adults. When do you think we'll get there. Well i'd hope to get there by the end of the year on there. Some seriously ambitious targets being set for sydney at the moment and anyone who's listening in sydney you know the best way to get behind your premier. And what she's trying to get out there and actually get vaccinated. Because i think they need today. Something like sixty six fifty thousand awake to get to To to get to the target that premium baradji clan wants at the end of which i think is about is about fifty percent so You know if we will get behind this if we i think the tides turning avenue on astrazeneca as well the even the sort of interview. I'm doing so much of this To sort of talk about astronomic discuss the risks to be honest year. We should have been doing this six months ago. We did and And i do think there was a lot of confusion out there. But it's it's time to try and move forward now. Do you think logistically though we can get to those targets. Considering they have opened astrazeneca hubs in new south wales but in other states. You still have to call you pay. It can be a real process. If you're a young person to actually get access to that vaccine yeah. It can be a serious process If particularly if you find a general practitioner who who is counseling you not to get it now that that's really tough. If that's your gp has been j. pace into your kid and they're saying don't get the the astro what what do you do. I think it's a very personal decision though. And if People gone too hot doc. Dot com donahue They'll be able to find the commonwealth jp respiratory clinics in this in their state. And remember if you still choose fis like that's not a problem. Either this is. This is a personal choice. You got away up. risk and What we wanna to do though is for young people who do want astra we want to explain. Everything is clearly as possible and encourage them to get Get that job in the. You just mentioned if young people want to wipe fozzard. I can do that nathan. Taza has texted them. I really a bad person for choosing to wipe the people around me. Demonize me. Because i'm not willing to risk adverse effects of astrazeneca. I live in isolated life already. I feel the risk is balanced. We know that the risks of any adverse effects of zia just so so small but if young people do want to wipe for five. Is that going to delay the rest of us getting back to normal. Well look potentially. I mean you know. We've got a lot of fights coming in We don't know precisely When it's going to come in but there's millions of devices coming in in the in the second half of this year so again it's a deeply personal choice and you know whilst i would encourage a lot of discussion amongst People and friends and there's lots of what's app chat groups on part them as well But you know if someone chooses to white for that's fine if someone chooses to get an extra well that's another fis that can go to someone else. So doctor is. Is that realistic. They're considering that you know the phases stoke so low. That's what we've been hearing for a long time as you say who knows when the next ones will come in. And we're being told about the risks in terms of individual health. But i think a lot of young people just want to you know help society help the country get back to things. So in that case should we jumping to get astrazeneca when we're making these decisions I'm definitely a believer in in people. Getting astrazeneca i think it's a it's a side effect saying i had it myself at the age of forty three I know there's lots of other people who are even younger than me who've had it. So i'm i'm encouraging fisher. I guess what i'm saying is that there's no point in in demonizing your nights. If i if i have might that that risk assessment the reality is one of the things has a side effect. The the other one doesn't but it's the the best way ahead at summed up was You know we overstate our at risk of winning the lottery. That's why we buy lottery tickets and it's like in townsend's package we kind of we kind of overstate. These risks of blood. clotting but seriously they So much less than anything than i that i actually recommend does a doctor. The astrazeneca vaccine will be the safest thing i've ever recommended. Mockery alana has called the in. You've gotten.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

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08:02 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Hack

"Is an abc podcast. I've never watched the bmx freestyle. But i got very emotional saying australian logan maden win gold and when to high jump is i'd never have decided to share the gold medal. I was so removed. Taylor avenue dies on this episode of hack. The psychological reasons for getting emotionally invested and crying during the olympics are also going to to incredible swim at mckeown's training buddy m. I has now broken the record for the most medals won at a single games by any woman in history. First though. let's figure out why you should get astrazeneca. Pack you get tonight you less likely to get the forest you less likely to transmit it and you're less likely to die on triple. I wanna go overseas again. I want to be able to plan a big event or a troop into state without having to cancel. I want to be able to stop thinking about current ivars. But in order for us to see the end of the pandemic the government has announced eighty percent of the country has to be vaccinated and his queensland and new south wales power. Three covert lockdowns. These outbreaks of being spread by young people going to essential work. Fifteen percent of australians fully vaccinated. So they've got both doses but to get to that eighty percent figure before the end of the year. Most of us will have to get astrazeneca. Do you have a question about the vaccine. Text me oh four three nine seven five seven triple five. We will get answers today. Dr nick coats worth is here. He's the former deputy chief medical officer an infectious diseases experts. So he's been advising the government. Thanks very much for coming back on track. Thanks very much for having me back. So we're going to look at astrazeneca in a second but delta the variant of cova that spreading so quickly at the moment it's spreading so quickly among young people under forty. Is it more infectious for us. It's definitely more infectious for everybody. In and we know that the spread of cove nineteen predominantly amongst young people in our community. Because you know it's just a reality With a must mobile You know often often have multiple jobs in situations of of close proximity. So that's That's nice lie on young people little. It's just a reality. We have to deal with but for for everybody in the community. If you do nothing else at all One case of delta will spread to about seven or eight other people and that's much higher than the original wuhan variant where one would spread to about three other people and that's what's important to get vaccinated because vaccination does bring down not just your personal risk of hospitalization and death but your potential for transmitting it to others. The virus seems like such a loss from the positive news but it is really tragic because overseas you know seeing high rates of hospitalization of young people with delta. There was that all full case lost week of the student. The ustralian adriaan majoria takura. Who died off to getting covered and she was waiting to get a vaccine reportedly as well is it. Worse in terms of how delta is affecting young people because at the start of the pandemic it was like it was a bigger risk for older people will write your individual risk of Guide to intensive care or dying is about the sign from delta as it was for the alpha or the way hand variant. That hasn't changed. But if you think that as a community because it spreads so much more quickly the absolute numbers of young people who are getting unwell and going to hospital and tragically one has died. is the you'll you'll say that happen if we let delta spread within the community without getting vaccinated so whilst more deadly on an individual level definitely not vaccinated. We're gonna see more of this and more young people in intensive care. We will come back to dr coats with in a second. He has being me mentioning vaccines and a lot of you texting in or four three nine seven five seven triple five. If you've got a question about the vaccine. But i read something the other day from the scientists who created the astrazeneca vaccine. She said if we don't hurry up vaccinating australia then we will see the greatest public health disaster. This country has ever experienced. If you're worried about getting astra. I know that has been so much mixed messaging. I young people were told not to get it now. It's like yeah you should. So what are the actual health risks compared with the benefits. Let's figure out how to make your decision and get vaccinated. And i'd love to hear from you. Have you got australian. Seneca you considering it one. Three hundred five three six. Call me. tens in rose. Has this story. So i definitely not vaccine hesitant as malaysian vaccine. Bamboozled doctor about getting astra's karen advised against it. History of strikes in the family. I recently lent. Astrazeneca is actually more effective in preventing the delta strain. I am really trying to get the five affects. Seen twenty seven. And i wanna got the ashes yanic evac same as you've just heard a lot of people were an omnibus about being vaccinated especially with after some people have gone in vain jabbed already. I'm in that camp. About seven percent of olives in the early twenties a fully vaccinated and that's close to ten percent from people in the tonight twenty one that jumps to almost sixteen percent of that odor bracket onto almost thirteen percent of people in the early twenties. But we've heard a lot everyday. It feels like about how the astrazeneca job has an extremely rare but potentially deadly side effect of a blood pudding disorder. Sorry just how risky is a-. Getting migrants cuts. I'm an epidemiologist and researcher from the university of woollen gong and particularly with regards to Been involved with quite a bit of research looking at how dangerous the diseases and these italian gideon's also young. He studied one and he's had both doses of astrazeneca. It's very difficult decision security for young people to make and i understand that i personally was somewhat worried. My it's natural to be concerned given the headlines and given the stress about student astrazeneca been crunching the numbers. What risks and what risks does the astrazeneca job. You know. you have a one. In a million of death from the immunization our age based on the australian federal governments dada based on quite a bit of research. One in five thousand risk of if you catch disease. That's for people aged in their thirties. So i think that kind of puts it into the spectrum if you catch covert you are much higher risk than the risks from the immunization and. That's not really a debate. That's that's very well evidence. So he says it's about working out how likely it is that you'll get coded which is tralee on insert jobs is why that and others. What the benefits of being vaccinated and is it safe for both astrazeneca. Unfair is a guinean says effective. Yes yes yes so. Your risk is getting seriously secret. Dying from the virus plummets. Once you've been job if you're fully vaccinated with astrazeneca you'll beat ninety-two percent protected from the data variant a ninety six percent protected with and the other upside is they'll help us avoid these rolling lockdowns. Don't brought it. All states and territories agreed to end the widespread lockdown. We've been saying when we hate eddie percents vaccinated once we get above those eighty percent marks. The the the scientific evidence shows that were largely than in applies where kylie could be managed consistent with other infectious disease. Scott morrison said the good news with vaccinated ozzy's stucco to in that buys all side. We will continue to go. Bolster the vaccine program. We will exempt faxon item residents from all domestic restrictions. we will abolish caps.

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05:58 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"The majority says chili. Good then love that. Keep on making fun of me. i know. Sometimes it's actually going to hurt sometimes. We're actually going to be said about that. Sorry and want to change and so we have to be prepared. I think one of the problems that i seen some of this device certainly see it in the way that the hillary stipend from the hat was just absolutely dismissed out of hand and was ridiculed by barnaby. Joyce who's apparently said he apologized for his comments but anyway was it was some absolute leave. Sort of how dare you say anything about what culture wigan to throw that whole process out the window it they. These people are afraid and they put these things as this domain a third house of parliament. This'll mean aboriginals. Paper can take your harm. It's fear bright and it's that fear that is pushing the hatred in the in the right wing. People die diane refried that eat if they mocked if they offended if someone says will your guilty for this then that's offensive to them and that's why they pushing back okay. So there was a proposal at one point for some sort of additional veto oversight going through an indigenous council of some sort as well as by houses of parliament. Is that what he was thinking. Aumf when you remember the. I don't remember the that whole particular Debate mainly because the conflicting views of what people were climbing delivers step into the hot actually main to how it will be implemented or whatever it all seemed to be honest rating the really being kind of beeson just rating the ilori titan from the hot here and it his something. We call the establishment of a fist. Nations voice enshrined in the constitution. Macara is the culmination of the agenda. The coming together after struggle with the idea that the question or the the the idea for remember rightly was put forward by people like barnaby. Joyce was that. This voice to palm do voice was going to be some amazing pow that would have veto of everything and whatever end. that was. Yeah but it's also could have done to suspensive. Justice like people could object through a sense of injustice that just. That's just not right. I don't think we should be creating commissions will groups based on on racial ethnic grounds. So people could. I'm not fearful. I just find that distasteful. So i didn't have to be faithful to object to it tangkuan as fires. I can see that. The hot isn't saying it's going to be a voice depalma into anything like that. So where i'm saying is in the interpretation of those words as being something that direction where we see constitutional reforms to empower our people so whatever that means small lodge. I've got a problem with that law. So i think that that sits up a different category of person based on racial ethnic hereditary.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"The on fist in the velvet glove podcast episode three hundred and four entering s seventh year. This podcast we talk about news and politics and sex and religion and at home. And we're doing this zooming in type of podcast side is gigantic guy. And i'll introducing if he's he's mike on joe hegang even ill and also with me. Friend of the shah alternately framed actually as well is rightful from sydney. Welcome aboard righto travel. I drink to here. So rachel's going to talk a bad decision to as a young person in sydney to tight the astrazeneca vaccine. And we're gonna talk about a few other things along those lines and have a bit of discussion but before we do a little bit of sad news in that whole the twelve man has decided not to keep going with the podcasts. I pulled diet and said that he felt the podcast had become quite proli- rather than more neutral say hadn't really signed up for that and that chewed version that he was sort of in the minority in a lot of issues. And you didn't feel that. We were sort of taking his opinion seriously. Enough and being the dismissive and that in the end of our friendship and everything else. He thought he would just prefer not to keep doing in cy. So yeah so. That's really sad news. And this is time for pool two comeback. Anytime if he feels like mike in cameo appearance and they played. I wanna really get much more into it but anyway. That's the story that with poll cy. I've you'll see him at meet ups and functions down the track right chal friend of the of the podcast in sydney. And you're in lockdown and living alone rachel. I m travel time. You're in lockdown land side for those listeners out there who are from melbourne or who've had experiencing lockdowns one of the things like here in the chat tonight is any tips for people in lockdown as to how to keep busy and other things that you would recommend which will feel when you were in lockdown in terms of making it easier site. If you've got any tips for right you'll that handed deal with a lock dan. Let's let's see them in the chat room. Plays maybe you could have favorite recipes. He can you cook all right you. I've got locked salon travolta recipes especially from the beginning of the very welcome i. I'm only recommendation. You've already started on working on your blog. You've always had a little personal blog that you've dabbled in and you might have highest in the other di- which was quite rollers. Received a lot of people about your decision to sign up for the extra zeneca vaccine as a young person. So rachel won't the thought processes going through your mind as and why did you do it and what we thinking great question. Sorry i think to me. I really started thinking properly about it. Secondly when sudanese most recent outbreak started taking off. Because i was frustrated. Lack many people about the spate of the government's vaccine rollout and i started thinking. It's going to be a very long time before. I'm eligible for five vaccine. Because i'm of the good fortune of not having any underlying health conditions that i'm also excuse me in that young age group. One i did is. I went onto the australian technical advisory group on immunization doggies recommendations and undecided to raise for myself. Exactly what those were. And when i when i went and looked at it i found that target actually had recommendations. That weren't quite as black and white as what i had originally thought based on some of the media coverage that.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"An important and eagerly to study into co vaccines published his initial findings. This week the kamkoff trial run by the university of oxford has been looking at the effectiveness of mixing and matching between different cova jabs to see which works. Best for instance is a dose with astrazeneca's vaccine followed by an orange vaccine the jab. At least as good or even better than two doses of astrazeneca to find out matthew snipe recruited just shy of nine hundred over-fifties who included people with preexisting health conditions and members of ethnic minority groups. This study was commissioned back in december last year before we even knew vaccines. We're gonna be using but it was already anticipated that what what we had to vaccines. And what if the problem with supply at one of them could be then swap over there and completely station. 'cause his with the vaccine since all about looking see how we could make the immunization roll out and make it more robust to cope with any unexpected events. But when you did the study what did you. Measure measure the antibodies. And also t cells. The white blood cells that are unimportant on the immune system and the participants didn't know which vaccines they received. A a blinded study from that point of view. So that was really kinda good way of getting accurate data on what reactions they were experiencing and any safety concerns. They have uncritically. How long did you leave between the doses. Because that's the other issue isn't it. We've seen this go from one month when we first started rolling out vaccines to twelve weeks in order to maximize uptake quickly and then to be shrunk back to eight weeks for certain groups in the community again. Now what did you look at. That's right with being kind of thanked by this long when we plan to study with a full week into full and then as we're back to get going they got changed to make that up to eight to twelve weekend so for about half of participants getting vaccines at a full. We can devote an half receiving it a twelve week into so we get depressed. The whole broad range there and get an idea to save changing. The interval makes any difference in the interactions between the vaccines. When you mix and match between vaccine products what story emerges there yet really interesting story. So did he. for example. Take the ashes any sexy and then you get a second boasts of the fis vaccine. You actually get a higher antibody level we that makes schedule than if you receive standard shedule so astrazeneca zeneca followed by fayza. Actually antibodies nine times higher than astrazeneca pastors

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Shortly after midnight the nash the nih issued a statement saying the independent monitors that oversee the study had expressed concern. Astrazeneca may have included out information. And this is why all the mainstream reported they may have. They may have included out. So did they are not. Where's the may have coming from. Can you even report may have right. So this is the nih saying they may have. Did you look at the data. And was it outdated or not. It just doesn't make any sense to me. But you see this is why this is a very seemingly cultivated narrative and go. Well we were mistaken. It wasn't outdated it was just blah blah. Whatever and every media outlet is happy to report. They may have which which may have provided an incomplete view of the data. Did it or not was it. Incomplete or did we have everything i mean. There's not a confusing not confusing at all. If they held back something or gave you old information cherry picked it. You don't have a complete view. But if we say may have provided then you're trying to hide that fact. The nih urged the company to ensure the most accurate up-to-date efficacy made it. Okay so you're clearly saying if you're asking them to ensure that up-to-date information be made public as quick as possible. Then you very clearly know that they didn't do it yet so it's not may have they did so we ask why they're not saying that because there's a clear agenda here outside. Experts were puzzled by the spat and noted that ultimately the fda will scrutinize. Don't worry they're gonna do what they're supposed to don't worry. Do you know that for sure right. I guess the assumption is that they the good people and government and then dorothy. They always do what they're supposed to. That's why we know it'll happen. You mean aside from all those times when they clearly didn't in lied cheated but we know it will now. Thanks so sita press. But here's dr fauci no matter what. Even though information is still up in the air we haven't even given the full data and we're still waiting forty eight hours here. He is jump march right out and say but don't worry it's a good vaccine no anyway even though we don't know yet but we know it's a very good vaccine out you try to rationalize astrazeneca's latest unforced error whatever.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"You know. Patch up the narrative after this all happened. But they're claiming that they did that and at the company was only was that it was very preliminary at the company was not expecting them to do that. And so they are. The independent panel reached out and said. Hey that's not. You shouldn't be releasing that and astra zeneca just went with an anyway and now they're being called for even the nih apparently called him out. But something about this whole thing seems very stage to me. The panel wrote to astrazeneca and us health leaders that it was concerned. The company chose to use data. That was outdated and potentially misleading instead of the most recent incomplete findings. But we're should trust them. Though right we should trust. All of these people now could be possibly be that this ultimately is a way to make. It seem like they're doing their job. I know worry we've got five zero maderna's so we're all good right. I mean you should be skeptical about all sorts of things like that. Of course this is funny. Garden have you. Have you ever seen an article in the last ten years. It doesn't cite only anonymous sources. I sure haven't according to administration officials who discussed the contents and the condition an iniquity given the sensitive that immediately ruins any credibility of the entire claim. The letter goes on to say decisions like this. Or what erode public trust and scientific process right stanley comments that are what makes me worry that this is totally staged. The us study was supposed to help settling questions about the effectiveness of a vaccine. That's being widely used in europe and other parts like spring out with full data and say see. It was just a mishap. We must made a mistake here. It is even better than we thought. What do you think the media will do. Oh it's all good. It's all better even show. Why the ones they said in germany and norway were wrong and suddenly. It's all good and then guess what happens. Emergency use authorization rebuilding confidence in. Its vaccine was what astrazeneca hoped to accomplish shortly and says oh yeah so it says the gosh seat. They changed it here too..

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It at all costs. It would seem now. Also want to point something out here as i said and this is after germany healthy astrazeneca vaccine and now it doesn't fifteenth worked twenty plus countries now so. Add that to the tally. I said the fact. That whitney and i have been censored for expressing legitimate concern over the safety of this vaccine even while numerous nations have stopped it stopped. Its use quote due to concerns over serious side effects. Exposes the deliberate cover up the truth. I mean more. So for whitney this point because she wrote specifically about that topic as i made it even more specific again after italy's seizes this batch. I said we'll patriotic admit that they were wrong and reinstate. Whitney's account now. I doubt whether even we've one that at this point but the point is they should because there obviously incorrect or didn't care whether they were not but something tells me they. Walt hashtag sellouts hashtag cowards. Patriotic it they. They've shown you what they're about. Now there's plenty of people that could care less about censorship and are gonna continue that platform but it will quickly quickly quickly become the opposite of what it could have been or what it was and just become into the mainstream dumping grounds for propaganda. That's frustrating because they pretended to be the good thing but that was probably the whole point. Clearly whitney's being shown to be correct and they don't care. I just think that's incredible. But don't worry though because they're going to constantly keep pumping you full of propaganda. Like don't freak out about the weird cope vaccine side effects. Whatever weird could mean whatever you think the weirdest thing could be. They're like oh that thing that could be. That could be a good thing. That's actually what it says. That may actually be a good sign. Do you know how incredibly dangerous this is. So you got somebody out there. That has something really weird like some very very abnormal uncomfortable feeling that usually assigned that. Something's wrong right when you get that feeling and you something you've never felt you know it when your body gets to the point to where something is really alarming starts happening nerve. You're you immediately go. Something's wrong but maybe they're gonna go well. They said something weird could happen. And it probably a good sign swelters. Wait this out like that lady. With the bee pollen allergy almost home because she was afraid to be one of the people showing side effects on the vaccines and if the nurse had made her stay there she would have died. But that's okay though. We're willing to let them think that they shouldn't be clear about the side effects because it's a good sign though and then kind of subtly that if you do your conspiracy theorist that's the point. This is what medical misinformation looks like. How in the world could they possibly know. What if you think what you have weird side effect. It's not a good sign but you sit there because you think well they told me it's probably a good thing. How could you possibly know what side effect everyone's dealing with and whether it's a good sign this is so dangerous it says quote it's your immune system being trained like leak navy seals. What everybody everywhere. How can you possibly make a broad statement about. Everyone's possible side effects. This is dr. Peter chen hong i feel bad for his patients a professor at the medicine at ucsf. There's also been apparently glossed in the gospel of vaccines unbelievable but on top of that that don't worry because they can see we don't want this right. Sixty percent of healthcare workers a third of the military. Everybody pushing back cancelling vaccines suspending their process. Because we're concerned about the danger with. Don't worry the white house is gonna use one point five billion dollars of your money. Even though you've made it clear you don't want this to win you over with your money which otherwise translates to a massive propaganda campaign to scare you manipulate you into get into thing that you're very clear about. Not wanting how many times will they be allowed to use our money to propagandize about something that clearly within our rights. We are refusing. Doesn't matter keep doing it to win over vaccine the skeptics. Now he's people that are saying absolutely not because we don't trust your intentions. It's not about the vaccine technology. Ernie that i mean it is to a degree. It's about the fact that we don't trust what's happening so they're gonna take your money and continue. Propagandize you that's freedom. Like i thought we got to choose what we know. See this is the illusion right. We need to begin to see this now. It says the white house will soon launch a major one point five billion dollar relations campaign to promote over one thousand nine vaccination and ease the concerns of americans who are skeptical or hesitant to get their shots. So he's doing this for you guys he's gonna take another one point five billion dollars from you even though they just took trillions from you anyway and didn't help you really at all we're gonna take that almost two billion one point five billion dollars to ease your concerns by doing what showing you full information and full source material note by continuing to yell at you that it's safe and effective in a thousand different ways. The effort which will kick off within weeks will use tv radio and digital means to get this target youth. Americans young americans people of color and republicans. Who who maybe more likely to be hesitant or ambivalent about getting vaccinated so just leave out the democrats. Then 'cause that's because there's not an entire group like this is what's so frustrating is that this is just meant to divide people right now there's just as many republicans democrats in my opinion in my experience. That are clearly concerned about this. Now i know that doesn't seem to jive with. We're hearing out there or what we think we know about the two party system. But it's quite interesting. Just do your own little. I mean i feel like most people would mitt they wanted or people will say they whatever but if we really get into the the skeptics of it all i find just as many on both sides right. Now they're equally concerned about this but we're going to aim at people of color and republicans and the article was on a point out that even people of color in their recent polls have been shown to not be resistance the way they say they are. But it's just. I wonder why they continue to focus in on the people of color. It's interesting telling. The campaign will also educate americans on where and how they can get vaccinated and is expected to deploy celebrities and trusted local officials. Who so they're akins may trust more than messengers from the vitamin so. We'll try out a bunch of actors who will tell who will say and do we pay them to do like dancing monkeys. Because you'll trust them. What does that say about you america. I mean this is just so transparent and all rests on the idea that well because vaccines are good and we know they are. It's just not true at the very least is completely unverified and challenged by a lot of very highly educated well versed experts in the field. More money out of your pocket when you can't feed your family to return around in screen back at you about things. You already heard a thousand times over now. Top of that. They're saying well. Is it safe during pregnancy to get vaccinated. Yes that's what you're being told right now during this understand this is talking about just vaccines now. It says what does it mean for you if you're pregnant and recently had a baby. Can i get the kobe vaccine. If i'm pregnant well the answer is being pregnant. won't disqualify you this. From receiving the vaccine disqualify you. however all covid nineteen vaccines are available in limited quantities quantities. Right so again. They're always underselling this like we're so in short supply. That's why we're saying no. Nobody's taking this thing and again that is verified by the companies themselves have said we have more and they're just not it's it's an illusion and it says some states have opened vaccination to those with certain underlying conditions often including pregnancy. They've opened it up to people that are pregnant despite having no studies to show that it's safe people that are pregnant. I love how that's the first thing they argue or they they talk about. Can you get it. Sure confront ahead as you could do what you want except you can't though if you wanted to go get like hockey craig doc- chloroquine or something else. Then i'm not arguing. you should. I'm not advocating for any big pharma drugs ivermectin or whatever you wanna talk about remdesivir. The point is you can't just go out and try what you want. That's this is the idea. But that's not the case it's only within the vaccine world is the covid nineteen vaccines safe if you're pregnant or breastfeeding and says while all available covert nineteen vaccines have been proven..

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"So zero hedge dot com and tyler durden. he's He's a watermark over. There is zero hedge very very very good reporter excellent. I recommend reading or adding zero hedge to your Reading campaign if you guys like to read things online and different things. The news over. There's very very very good. So let's get into the article. Europe's much criticized vaccination rollout has hit just another snag. As danish authorities are increasingly concerned about harmful effects believed to be associated with the astrazeneca oxford jab. The cheap covid remedy was supposed to help europe catch up with the uk and israel. Well danish authorities on thursday temporarily suspended astrazeneca's covid nineteen shot following reports of dangerous blood clots forming inside patients including one such instant. The place in denmark authorities didn't specify exactly how many reports of blood clots. There's been but reuters reports that austria Also has stopped using the batch of astra zeneca shots while investigating death attributed to coagulation disorders along with illness attribute to pulmonary. Embolism a condition whereby one or more of the lungs and arteries become blocked with the a blood clot six. Other european countries have also reported halt and halted the distribution of the covid jab Both we and the danish medical agencies have yet to respond to reports of possible serious side effects both denmark and other european countries. The director of the danish health authority said in a statement. The danish medicines agency said the suspension would last at least fourteen days as the authorities launch an investigation into the blood clots with assistance from other e states. They did not say how many blood clots there has been. But austria has stopped using the batch of cas shots while investigating the death from coagulation disorders and illness from pulmonary. Embolism now astrazeneca claims. Its vaccine is subject to strict rigorous quality controls and there have been no confirmed serious advert adverse events associated with the vaccine..

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on Shock Wave News

"Switzerland rejects astrazeneca cove corona virus vaccine citing lack of sufficient data to prove. Its effectiveness. oh here we go now. The swiss getting into it. Let's roll here folks. The the main medical regulator of switzerland has rejected the oxford astrazeneca hot corona virus or known as covax nineteen vaccine. According to the regulator there is a lack of available trial data to prove. The vaccine is safety us. Well you know folks. I've been saying this for almost a year. A little over since they've been rolling out with this crap. I've been saying it's not safe. But anyhow i digress. Let's go back with regard to astrazeneca vaccine. The data submitted an analyze so far are not yet sufficient to permit authorization. Said the swiss agency for therapeutic products are known as swiss medic and a statement released friday. Or excuse me wednesday february third to obtain information more information about safety efficiency quality data. Additional data from new studies are needed. Well there ego the human medic Human medicines human medicines expert committee and external and independent advisory panel that double checks swiss Meds find that on medicines for human new human use arrived at the same conclusion during a meeting on tuesday. The data concluded available. Do not point to a positive decision regarding the benefits and risks said the panel swiss medic concluded in its statement demanding more data to obtain To attain conclusive assessment the applicant will and among excuse me other things submit additional efficiency data that will have a phase three trial on the were underway and north and south america and those That have to be analyzed as soon as the results have been received a temporary according to the rolling procedure could be issued eta very short notice. Astra zeneca responded It will continue to share the data with swiss medic as it becomes available it will comply with every requirement to make sure it's vaccine is approved. Now astra zeneca has been granted a conditional marketing authorization or emergency use in close to fifty countries spanned four continents including most recently..

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on WTOP

"Authorization to the AstraZeneca, Oxford Cove in 19 vaccine. That move should allow AstraZeneca's partners to ship millions of doses. Two countries worldwide. Part of the U. N backed program to tame the pandemic. Although the W. H O does not approve or regulate vaccines and assesses their safety and effectiveness for developing countries that don't have strong regulatory systems. Meantime, scientists are carefully watching the emerging variants of the Corona virus. And as they morph the vaccines may have two was well. Richard Webby, the director of the World Health Organization's flew Center, says it's not something you can flip a switch and change overnight. Vaccine makers are looking at the flu as a blueprint for possible changes in the Corona virus Vaccines. Studies show. The first generation of vaccines don't work as well against the South African variant. The vaccines are easy to upgrade. What makes it difficulties. What changes should be made? FDA vaccine chief Norman Mailer says This is a moving target right now. The flu mutates much faster than the Corona virus. And flu shots have to be adjusted just about every year. Major manufacturers are developing experimental very in fact scenes just in case I'm Ed Donahue. Well, when you finally get that Corona virus vaccine be ready for possible side effects after the second shot. Headaches, body aches and chills reported side effects following second injections of the covert 19 vaccines. Health One physician, Dr Scott Joy has firsthand experience what I would experience the Senate on set of chills and put on a sweatshirt, couple blankets, and it came on suddenly and ended suddenly, about two hours later, however, Joy view side effects as a positive sign. Your immune system has seen this before You have the proper response, making that secondary mean response. Stephan Kaufman, CBS News Well, the pandemic is causing more health concerns than the virus itself. It appears that remote learning meant to keep students and their families safe is actually causing many kids to gain a lot of weight, and that could have lasting effects. Thistles what kids are missing these days home in front of the computer instead of playing with friends at school. Pediatricians say it's leading to more snacking and less exercising. Boredom, depression and weight gain up to £30.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Plans for covert 19 vaccines, Eleni Giokos explains. The country has postponed the rollout of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine amid questions about its effectiveness on the variant. South Africa has halted the rolling out of the AstraZeneca vaccination in South Africa after results show that it offers minimal protection against mild and moderate covered 19 cases specifically from the very end that was first identified in the country. The variant B 1351 is a lot more transmissible, but very little was known about this trials have been conducted. For many months now. Now, the AstraZeneca vaccination showed to be 75% viable against covered 19 until the end of October. 2020 when the variance started becoming a lot more dominant in South Africa, researchers say that they weren't able to replicate those results where we're sitting right now. One million doses off AstraZeneca vaccine have arrived in the country. The government now is halting that rolling out, Take a listen to what the health minister's well in case I had to say. So it's a temporary issue that way have toe hold on toe actions. Any escort AstraZeneca It is temporary until we figure out these issues. What are the next steps supposed to be when you know those steps? And of course we'll bring it back. They have also voiced they disappointment at these latest results. The hope was that AstraZeneca vaccination and the aggressive role art, which was planned over the next month, would have a significant impact for essential workers for health workers in the country. Right now, the hope is that they will expedite the use and the trial's off the Johnson and Johnson vaccination and also looking at other vaccines, options that perhaps we'll be able to target The variant, the very now has moved beyond South African borders and found another African countries and around the world and the big question plaguing many people. And of course, researchers and countries is just how viable these vaccines will be against the mutations that we've seen taking hold off the world and any jack US safe passes.

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"astrazeneca" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"astrazeneca" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People will not put up with that next year. Oh, my gosh, You're right. And when it comes to the vaccine itself, as you mentioned we here in the U. S, or dealing with Madonna and Fizer is vaccines. You guys also are dealing with AstraZeneca. What's the deal with AstraZeneca? And did I read that there was a cut to initial deliveries to the U. Why is that And what are you expecting from them? Yeah, well, there's a short supplies as well. Because here in the UK, we have the privilege Peyser, Madonna and AstraZeneca and specifically AstraZeneca, they told the European Union Yes, they would supply something in the neighborhood of 80 Million ghosts is By March, and they're online right now that produce maybe about 31 million. That's that's that's a heck of a short Short delivery. If you will s O the U. S picked off the back because they look across the English channel, and they see that the U. K is gonna be getting their full share. From AstraZeneca s. So they're saying, Look, if we're taking a hit, you gotta take a hit. And Boris Johnson is saying No. We got her order in three months before you were gonna take ours And then we might see what Asked her can do for you guys. So yeah, it is a real, you know, It's like two dogs fighting over a piece of meat here and we'll see what shakes out in the coming weeks. It's just a very important piece of meat. All right. Thank you so much, Tom. I appreciate it. Have a good one. Take your Z later. This is gay defying K O S T h d to Los Angeles. Let's.

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