40 Burst results for "Asymptomatic"
Fresh update on "asymptomatic" discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
"Holy water. It's defend off those invisible vampires that lurk in an asymptomatic zombie. The other one, and when are all We're told that We could have it all. Just a convenient lie to rob us of our humanity. The entire political process that issues God All about the science now, isn't it? About scientific humanism. How about we go for the science? We don't go for the I hear that all the time we follow the science. We have fact instead of fiction. Your fax. Are basically making the fiction reality. This.
Dr. Birx says asymptomatic people spreading COVID-19
"Ragno says many pandemic numbers they're going in the wrong direction. Corona virus cases are rising in 44 states. No states are seeing declines. And in the last two weeks, half of all the U. S states have set single day records for new cases. The White House Corona virus Task Force coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes says that outbreaks are accelerating because asymptomatic spreaders Going to visit friends and family. The future does look devastating right now, for the number of cases that we see the potential of the rise in cases, But we can stop that community spread if we work together, well, 60
Fresh update on "asymptomatic" discussed on Broncos Country Tonight
"Me. Ah, welcome to a football Friday edition of Broncos country Tonight. Ryan and Benjamin. Alright. Been doing a little dancing in the studio had been. I got some moves. Yeah, you do. I could do the whole look into the hole. Yeah, yeah, I get the whole day for you the whole dance with head inside the hole. Hold this. Really? I can. All right. Well, I guess we got to see that in the studio. By the way, I'm watching both Jesse Thomas and Anthony Rod do this do the whole day together is that's it? That's it. I'm talking about. We get a Friday started, right, right, man. Yeah, we're going to have fun with music. Obviously here on a football Friday, also on Halloween Eve. It was funny and because I don't know Halloween like for kids writes big deal and I remember why my daughter the couple days goes like Dad, can you believe it's only two days till Halloween? I mean, big deals here. No was the state's not rip. Stop it. Not not really. In fact, this year we're not doing candy. We're what? We're not doing Candy. When I do intricate treating, we're just gonna watch scary movies in the dark and dirty bottom above us again. Is this a code thing or you guys have some kind of life philosophy thing here. It's kind of a cobra thing. I mean, it's It's one of those like You know, we kind of just sort of talked about it. And the kids, the kids, actually, we're the ones that wanted to do it this way More than that, us. We were kind of like a will give you these options. Do you want to retreat? We could talk about that. Well, you have to wear masks. You know, you know where all that stuff But they are like, not really wanted to be out with masks and their costume. You know, it's not quite as cool, and so then we said, Okay, you have that option or you could just we could stay home will buy you whatever candy you want, And we'll just watch scary movies all night, and they were like, that's what we want to be that come into your place, man, right? I was like, Okay, so we don't have to, like, walk through the neighborhood and I was always good. I was allowed to trick or treat when I was really young. We didn't know that weirdly religious. Okay. We were not allowed to celebrate or do anything. Stuff. So the first time I actually went trick or treating, and it was 16 years old, a schmuck out with some friends, and we're way too old. Yeah, that's the teenager there. There's ah, demarcation. I heard David Rick talking about it earlier. There's a little bit of demarcation. A certain certain point, I would say. I don't know. I think I was I was probably middle school when it was like, kind of we felt weird. Yeah, but it was like my friends had found out that I had never been. And so they go. It was one of those things that I got you I got and they made it a point every house. We stopped that, like, you know, when I'm like, this is embarrassing. Yeah, that would be extra. It would be a little bit extra barrel town. Where everybody? Yeah, Of course. Of course. Well, that you know, And that's why I prince actually we're kind of in that same you know, had religious stuff and like they couldn't To the secular music, you know, kind of a deal. Yes. Oh, grow up with a couple friends like that that I always get it. Like you're missing out on all this great music. So I was a musician, right? I look you miss it at all. They're like, I don't think I am that most of time. That's there like I you know, I mean, I wouldn't I wouldn't know the difference anyways. So you could tell me. I'm missing out a great music, but I got in my teenage years. I mean, I just did it anyway, right is supposed to wait a bit. Yeah, No, no, we take we take our kids church reading, and it's just this year. This year is a weird and likes. We kind of given the option was that people? This is what it would be like. And then we got, like, you know, sanitized the candy and all that stuff when we get home, you know? Yeah, That's the thing about giving out to Katie to you Got to make sure that you give me the gummy bears and not your stash, just like Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. You seeing that seeing that as being like a legit they go. There's no freaking way. I know it. There's not and you cannot possibly miss the difference between the two so It's just the price point alone, saying like nobody's doing that it's like, even like a joke like you give out candy like home, man. This this isn't as much fun as I thought it would be. Nobody's doing that. But still, I guess you could take all precautions. All right. We'll have a fun show. You're in a football for I appreciate you joining us as always, three or 3713. 85 80 fives or phone number. 56 16 0 is our text like this up If you have a comment question Course today. Ben was a little bit of Ah, don't sort of scare this morning as we found out the Grand Blasco is ah, positive for Covad. Land. And then of course, you had close contacts with Austin Schlachman and Mar Dotson. So they all had to quarantine I want. I want to hear from your side. Like what you understand about the situation they're in. What's the likelihood of the game and all that stuff, But I'm just trying to catch people upon what happened. So that was kind of what we all found out this morning. For the most part, it seems like everything's still on track over Sunday. Everything is on track to the league really wants this candy played because both these teams to burn the bye week already, you know, thanks to Gates and you know, you know the other situation going on there. So they really don't want to burn week 18 on this right now, as it stands. The game is said to be played on Sunday at two as it was originally scheduled to be played. There are some concerns Ryan Groy and Trey Pickens offensive line for the Chargers have both come down with it. It is a starter right now. Both of our starters. Yes, that's that's the thing is the right side of the right side of both lines is kind of a bit in trouble here, which is, which is interesting. I don't know that favors, but you go back and you look at the Broncos and Graham Glass. Cal seems to be asymptomatic. By the way. He has a position static, Schlachman and Dotson. We're just contact trace things, so they had to separate the get Clean tests, and if they tested negative already, one right, they need to have the two more. They gotta have one tomorrow morning and in the game day test on starting to be good to go. So, so, so far for the Broncos. It's really not that huge a deal. But Blasco is the obvious. Obvious situation here..
CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encounters
"That event. A second Murphy Aid announced he had tested positive and was asymptomatic. Wednesday's time. 7 42 u. S. Health officials have redefined toe accounts as close contact with someone with Coben, 19 to include Briefer, but repeated encounters for months, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. Close contact men spending a solid 15 minutes within 6 ft. Of someone who tested positive. Today. The CDC change that to a total of 15 minutes or more so shorter but repeated contacts that add up to 15 minutes over
Fresh "Asymptomatic" from Tim Conway Jr.
"With temperatures in the nineties on Sunday from Santa Ana winds. Now these winds are much weaker from what we had earlier in the week with maximum gust at 35 MPH tomorrow night. Halloween is nice and mild with a full moon, the first since 2001 the next Halloween Full moon won't be until 2039 Anthony honest NBC for Right now it's 70 in Costa Mesa, 75 in Braila, 73. Downey and 73 in Studio City. Really local live from the cave by 24 hour news room. I'm Gina grad. If I am 6 40 Conway show the chases off. It's over in Lakewood Long Beach area, and from what I understand, Dr. Raker. Cary called up the Long Beach Lakewood cops and said, I'm on in five minutes that chase better be over and they terminated and he is with his doctor, right? How are you, sir? I'm doing great. I wish I had that kind of power windows. The awesome I mean, you know, there are some people who do it. That kind of power, right? We're just not the way to Well, now there's certain things you can't control. You can control the weather, right? You can't control nature and you can't control car chase, And that's all right. Dr. Ray recently traveled to see his father. Your father, is that correct? That's correct. Yeah, and and tell us because I don't know anybody is there. There really has travelled Who's also an M D. And so what was your experience? Like? Well, yeah. Were you worried at all? You know it was it was absolutely past making first of all. You know, I haven't traveled by air through this hole pandemic thing and, ah, you know, I felt that I had what you sound like last night like a 14 nineties coal miner. I haven't traveled by air and quite sometime. I know Well, that's the way it is. It's like you've gone backwards or something. And my dad Big 98 having some problems, I said, Here we go. So every time you get in an hour playing you, you take risk writing because you plan to go up. You know, I have a problem. And this time the plane have roast, But there was one additional risk and that was open. And I thought, Well, this ought to be interesting. So it turns out that everybody played the game pretty straight. I didn't see one person. Who was running around the airport screaming or know that we're in asks are, you know getting in people's faces? Everybody was pretty straight with it all. And when we got on the plane, you know everybody had their own mask on and full plane. And I thought to myself. Wow, This is so different because you know how. When you get on a plane, there are people who are like going on vacation. There are people who are going on a business trip. There's a lot of anticipation and everybody's kind of happy. And they're saying hi to the person next to none of them know I mean, nobody was communicating with anybody. Even with their eyes. Nobody made eye contact and my crew. It was. Yeah, it was very strange. It was almost a Ziff. Everybody was looking around to say, Are you the one that's going to infect the whole plane? I mean, it was very true. And yeah, and when he got to the airport You know, I landed seven o'clock at night. That's my late and the airport's just closed down for all the restaurants are closed. Yeah, there's nobody there. That's why you're flying to L A X No, no. I flew into Orange County on my way back and in Indianapolis and both airports of the same. That's incredible. Yeah, I know the airports are really hurting. Yeah, I would say so. Yeah. Yeah. They had a lot of a lot of people off is well, How is your dad doing through all this? He's 98. Well, you know, I tell you, you know. He is truly amazing person and, you know, I really believe his generation is the greatest generation I really do and more. I get to know those people. The more I believe it, You know, Here's a guy. He's just blind. He's you know, pretty much staff words to hear. Needs can't hear. He's got numerous problems, including heart problems, and And he's got a swollen Han and he's he's been spread isolated to his room for all these months, six months. And I got a name so happy to see me on DA You know, we hug against all rules. And and I looking said that I don't you know, I can't complain. Oh, my God. That's so great. You know, I bet you anything doctor, like when you go to see your dad. It's different than when I went to see my dad. You're in the hospital, but Mine was. I don't necessarily go through like the nurse's chart and find out if they're doing things right. I imagine used probably spend a couple of hours on what he's taken and how they're taking care of him. Well, you know, we did that over the phone and earlier, so this was really a trip to kind of meet his emotional needs in my emotional needs, and, ah, And it was really worthwhile if there's anybody out there who know some older people who have been Restricted to their room or quarantine because of the stolen virus. You know, this is the time to go see him. Don't wait. You know, Go see him and And Ah and be some emotional support form. Hey, did you did he know you were coming? Yeah, I told him I was coming. He told me not to come. Of course. All right. It's hard to surprise 98 Year olds, because that might be a final surprise, Right? You know too much. All right, doctor. We haven't told things to go over with with Cove it including. You know, everyone's talking about how cases are going through the roof. Orange County is seven times the cases. Yeah, There's no flu reports out there. I think they might be doubling up the cases of flu and counting this cove. It is that possible. Totally. Yeah, There's there's a whole lot going on out there that we need to talk about it. You have time now. German Okay, so you know, it's it's very interesting. When people talk about cases there are really talking about cases. We're talking about positive tests and and that's a whole new ball game. Because some people get tested multiple times that we're testing asymptomatic people were testing people. You know who Goto work like example, all the people on the who worked on the airline that tested that they were always symptomatic if one of them turns of positive You know, that means they have the antibodies. Well, what did they have Antibodies to? It could be coded 19. It could be a different did they have antibodies so that you know, they come out of very positive that that same person gets tested two or three times so they could go back to work that might come up with two or £3 positive test. So the whole testing thing is very, very fascinating. Really what you need to look at his hospitalizations and Dex and you and I have talked about this before, because that's those of the people who are really sick. And some fascinating things have come out recently from sample. You see, I just finished a study. The study was done between July and August of this year and what they found in Orange County. They did 3000 people 2719. And what they found was 12%. Orange County residents have antibodies to Kobe. Wow, That's a huge percentage. But that's good. I mean, Yeah, well, that means 371,000. People have been exposed to Cove it if that, in fact is true, and by the way they tested on Lee Asymptomatic people if that is true..
Alabama football coach Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19
"Head coach Nick Saban asymptomatic despite is Corona virus diagnosis, He still is hoping to coach on Saturday again. Georgia
Fresh update on "asymptomatic" discussed on Chip Franklin
"So if you're not wearing your math, what we try to abide by minimum buy Tell people 6 to 10. Right? Then we have that large a number in mind. You tend to be a little bit more mindful because human nature those seats, I probably just need a couple feet. 6 to 10 for the vase adequately spread themselves apart. And that reduces your ex a lot. Not entirely all of these things Don't put you completely had safety. They reduce your risk. But yes. Okay, So we've also heard about building up immunity that wearing a mask and I saw this in New England Journal of Medicine wearing a mask may actually be helping us because we're getting a little bit of the viral load Born outta get enough to be sick because we have our mask on they may end up Helping us in another way than we expected to have any more information on that. It's a great theory and that we know that the more virus A person comes in contact with the more premiere, of course, is the math may attenuate the amount of virus we get, But obviously there's two prongs that a. We have to see if that's clinically actually accurate. The Newman Journal article I was a nice piece to say that this may be something for us to consider. And it's a nice sort of feather in our cap to continue wearing the math, which had become overly qualified, and then the second component. If we are engendering community, how long that immunity responded last before right now the beta and the jury is still out some three months on a different Some people don't engender antibodies, but we know that they have the virus. Does that mean that they're effectively began or not? A lot still has to be flushed out. And that's why you know, wearing masks. Social distance thing's working from home. Biding time, so that we're doing the same thing in position. We're biding time for the scientists. To get ahead of this thing, and we're essentially, no everyone calls the doctor's healthcare heroes, but it's really the people who are in the lab. We're working with the virus coating it trying to figure out which protein which antigens Make good vaccine and how the immunology of this vaccine work in protecting the entire world there. The actual here of no one is doing flyovers for them. But they're the ones who really need to get the recognition. Well, of course I mean, and sciences is and that's one of the reasons why, When we were trying to rush the protocol forward, it would hurt the entire you know process have been great. For example, if we we could have got the president. Into some sort of System when he was on the the anybody cocktail to determine the effectiveness of that, and, you know, also Regeneron and rammed a severe and the other. You know that the things we do for people after they get sick. But let me ask you this. So the right now getting a test that works quickly. So if I want to fly in an airplane, everybody gets tested were safe to get on the airplane. We want to go into a concert. Everybody can be tested now granted, you know, I mean, your exposure could have happened 40 minutes ago, But for that concert, you're probably not going to spread it if we could just get a test that that they could work like that. Is that impossible that this president has made it difficult, But can we get that test? So I'm sure that it's being worked on. And I know that there are different types of diagnostic tests for covert 19. The first one is what we call you. Quick acid amplification were basically take Heart of the genome. Are we trying to see if we have those fires DNA in our bodies? Second is called neurology. Which means do we have short term and long term antibodies? Both have variable sensitivity and see what that means is they both are good, but they very based upon individual people and various other factors. But some people, you might get a really good prediction and other people. The test result might be off and that's just the kind of feeling very, very early. Um, we know that a positive PCR confirm the diagnosis, but there's a lot of false negatives, also from a lot of upper respiratory specimens as well. And we also have the whole question about Shouldn't we be testing a symptomatic individuals as well? Basically everybody then At some point, right? Eventually, the question. Yeah, but it was the question then becomes, should we be If you're gonna go to the next 80, DC concert to everybody gets swab that the door will be that quick. It would be wonderful. I think it would be great if a test like that existed. But the problem is, even if it did, every test isn't inherently have false questions Come does that inherent false negativity rates. But everybody else that was talking to Dr Nick. It's on Paul from New York City board certified internist gastroenterologist. In fact, remember Touro College of Medicine. I, Fred, that Stars co V two is so small you could be 20,000 on the head of a pin. So it sounds to me that If I get how much of a viral load so I need to be exposed to and we have any approximation where I'll get sick or well, I just feel like I have a headache or where I won't have any symptoms at all. Or some of the asymptomatic people, possibly people. They've got a small little load and their ever just a really good immune system that kicked in, or is there something in their DNA? That says that we're not gonna let this thing get inside yourselves. The great question. The spectrum of illness is pretty wide ranges from asymptomatic infection, too, of course, life threatening respiratory failure. When symptoms of president most people will have them within 4 to 5, days after exposure, typically mild and like 80% of people, we do know that their G I symptoms involved well back of the initial month of a war going on. Diarrhea became a big thing. But on the question of the asymptomatic people if they're getting left the virus and they're engendering an immune response. That could be one iceboxes. It could also just be remember that maybe these patients are not displaying extent because they remember we are your individual and what we've been exposed to in our entire lives my 38 years. I may have other antibodies that may cross react with Kobe. So doesn't necessarily And eliminated, But it might attenuate the response. So I've had people come back positive antibodies like you know, I was worn down for, like, four or five days in May, but I don't think anything of it. And so that maybe a role and might just be on the left lateral load. It might be our innate immunity. Which one? It is hard to say, but those are good hypotheses. Obviously moving forward. There's going to be another super bug. And we have We have to learn our lesson right now. I mean, it seems like a pretty good guess that we're going to get a vaccine. I mean, fingers crossed. AstraZeneca seems excited. Moderna seems excited..
NFL players required to isolate if they show symptoms of coronavirus despite a negative test result
"Says anyone experiencing symptoms is required to isolate even if their test result is negative, which means a player with a cold, maybe sent home regardless of test results. Alabama football coach Nick Saban remains asymptomatic and isolating at home after testing positive but won't be allowed to coach his second ranked team from home tomorrow night against Number three. Georgia will have that game tomorrow. 6 30 on W G N eighth rank Cincinnati's game A Tulsa tomorrow, postpone because a covert on the bear cats This, by the way, the last weekend without big 10 football till Christmas. If all goes well, another home run for rookie Randy arose Aranha not enough for Tampa Bay in the fourth three lost to Houston arose. Arena has hit six homers this postseason, tying a rookie record in Atlanta beat the Dodgers tend to 22 homers for our B eyes. For Marcel Ozuna. Both Siri's resume today. David W. G in sports is the
Fresh update on "asymptomatic" discussed on Chip Franklin
"Speech sounds like on KGO 10. You're listening to the Chip Franklin show you have thoughts. Speak out. Kgo Aten. Welcome Everybody keeping an eye on this market watch stock markets presidential predictors, forecasting a Biden victory. I love it because they go back, and they see how the market's done and they said, it's always been. It's always been work, but we're not guaranteeing anything overly mean your little game with numbers anyway. Mom, and also that the national spot you heard recently we can't block that the the anti Biden spot you just heard, but it's okay. It's all going to be all right. And about 96 hours. I'm chip Franklin. So the question is whether or not it's it's safe to get on an airplane. And here's all answered that if there's nobody else on there, Yeah, totally say, But then you know, that's when everything starts to get kind of hinky, as they say. Is covert 19 really a risk for people when they fly on, and that's a really good one. Joining us right now a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times You go, Martine. Great piece you go, and it does. It doesn't really answer the question, but I was fascinated. Why the level of sophistication and technology they put behind trying to figure it out. Thanks for having me. Yeah, it's really hard to pinpoint the answer because you know it. Um How someone gets infected, You know, win how someone gets infected. So there've been AA lot of new studies that have come out recently that the airline industry has put out and they basically agree that the risk is low, but how low it's really hard to say. Well, I mean, you know not to sound cynical, but if Boeing tells me that and United airlines I'm going to say Let me talk to the health experts. What? Where do they come down on this? What's there take but by what Boeing and and United and others have said, United's testing people Now with this test for that, you've got to get on the plane. You got to be tested. Which is what they all should be doing, I think, right Right. So you know what I did was, I took the test that Boeing and United Airlines put out and asked about five or six different health care experts to review it and give me their opinions. And the test was kind of unusual. What Boeing and United did is they put a mannequin in the cabin of a Boeing jet and the mannequin sprayed out this fluorescent aerosol, and then they had little sensors in all the other seats. So that they could measure whether that aerosol spray reached the other seats. Um, and basically, the big criticism that the experts I talked to came up with was The one you you usually don't have a passenger was sick. Just sits there face forward like a manic and wass. The A lot of people get up. They walk around, They'll go to the laboratory or they'll get some to drink. Or they'll turn and they'll they'll talk to the person next to them. And so the test just had the mannequin, you know, sit and not move and look straight ahead. So that was one of the sort of glitches and weaknesses in the test. But it did, you know, conclude that you know under these, you know, limited scenarios, The spread of the arrow stall did not really go out that far. Ah, and one of the primary reasons everybody's saying that the risk is low is the ventilation system in airplanes. You know, people probably assume that the air goes back and forth through the cabin as he comes down from the little you know, the little advance above your seat. You know, you turn them to get air. The air comes in from the top and goes to Vance below your feet, so it really comes from bottom to top. And then the air goes through a what's called the HEPA Filter High efficiency particulate. Filter that cleans out something like 99% of all particulate. So that's one of the reasons why your risk is rather low, getting infected on a plane. Yeah, I would think that if you if you had the capacity it somewhere under 50%. And But as I say that Southwest and I think Delta have announced that they're going to start filling the middle seat again. But if you if you kept it low, and everybody have like an n 95 mask on Which protects themselves, you know, as opposed to the cloth masks, which were intended to protect others. Um I would hope that and then you know if you were careful with your hygiene means a lot of ifs here into it, You know, I mean, I saw this piece from Lindsey Mar, who was from my alma mater, Virginia Tech. This isn't on your and your peace today again and realize people move around the plane and disrupt the airflow. So when you say that the HEPA filters get 99.9, but I'm thinking well, on the way before they get it. I got it might breathe it if it's coming. I mean, if they're on my feet in order to get down through, they gotta go through the air that I breathe. I would imagine and Yeah, it's really about reducing the the odds. A cz Muchas possible. I mean, you could wear Ah, in 95 mask and everybody around you. Where's am 95 mask and you know that's good If you're spaced out in the plane, that's even better if there's a couple of seats between you and the next person over, and if it's a short flight, that's even, you know, improving the odds more. But you have really no control over that. I mean, the flight could put someone right next to you. Who's you know, infected And you have no control over that. And that person may not, you know where the mask the whole time. That's something you don't have any control over. So, uh, it's really Ah, you know, a bunch of variables that you can't control that are going to decide whether you're a risk or not. This's one of those things were. We need air travel. Still, you know, even though they're down just tremendously, and they're hemorrhaging money we needed. Andi needs some sort of travel on these plains. But, you know, when I think about the dangers that this, you know that this holds for just regular people getting on It makes me realize that we just have to find a way to test people. If we could test everybody before they got on the plane, and everybody was negative. I mean, the chances of somebody getting sick then are a huge I mean, obviously, if you're asymptomatic Um, and the test would not find you right. That way you would have it wouldn't necessarily where would it? That's a good question. I guess if you're asymptomatic, but it's still find it And you the nasal swab. Well, you wanted, I will say, is that several of the airline's did start offering free testing or not free testing. But ah, low cost testing, especially if you're going to Hawaii. You know Hawaii had that. You know, quarantine rule that if you come to Hawaii, you gotta be quarantined for 14 days. But they said if you get tested right before getting on the plane, you know they would wave the quarantine. So Hawaiian Airlines American and a bunch of other airlines said You know you could test at the airport right before you fly off Teo, Hawaii. And you know when you get there, you Shawn the results so that I could pay 10 bucks for that. When you pick Temple along is that test is accurate, which, you know, some of them are not. Some are more accurate than others. But you know, we're starting to see that more and more. I think there's ah airline that recently announced they're going to start doing that for flights to Europe. So yeah, that might be. Ah, You know the solution if we can find tests that are accurate. But, you know, I guess the question at the bottom of all this is where is and why don't we have it? I mean, we've been 10 months now. We should have this test You go. Great stuff, man. I really appreciate your time..
Alabama's Nick Saban and Greg Byrne have tested positive for COVID-19
"Alabama coach Nick Saban won't be on the sidelines for this weekend's big game. University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban. An athletic director Greg Burn, both learned Wednesday they had tested positive for the Corona virus Saving is currently asymptomatic and immediately left the team's facility Wednesday upon learning he had contracted the virus. Crimson Tide offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian will handle preparation now for Saturday's highly waited matchup between second ranked Alabama and number three in the nation. Georgia that game now up in the air, though the SEC has already seen to contest in the conference for this weekend, postponed until December because of Cove in 19 cases within programmes,
Nick Saban announces positive COVID-19 test
"The University of Alabama's football coach Nick Saban. At this point, I'm completely asymptomatic, feel fine. Our medical officials have told me as long as I remain asymptomatic. I will have a daily PCR testing per SEC protocol to confirm the initial positive virus, forcing another SEC game to be postponed. The University of Florida is meeting with the Louisiana state.
Alabama coach Nick Saban and athletic director Greg Byrne test positive for COVID-19
"Nick Saban, the head football coach at Alabama has tested positive for covert 19 what we know right now, J. We know that he says he found out earlier this afternoon and in a statement that the school released earlier today, he says that he is asymptomatic. So we found out went home immediately. He is working from home and offensive coordinator Steve Sarkeesian will oversee preparations at the complex. As he says In that statement, Also the athletic director of the University of Alabama Greg Burn, says he has tested positive today as well. He tested positive this morning. He He says that he wanted to self isolation immediately. We've been diligent about mask worrying and social distancing from the start and want to continue to encourage you all to take the necessary precautions to help stop the spread of the virus for yourself and those around you. So this is the first coach in the SEC to get it, especially this close to a game and face use. Mike Norville also had it earlier this year. But they played the game without him. So we'll see if that's what happens between Georgia, Alabama, but right now still scheduled for eight o'clock
The Portuguese soccer federation says Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for COVID-19
"Positive for Corona virus, soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is now in isolation. Portuguese soccer federation announcing today or Ronaldo is asymptomatic. It did not say when he was testing positive. Squad played at France in the nation's league Sunday and against Spain last week. Photo emerge showing Ronaldo and other players dining clothes together instead of social distancing, the Portugal soccer federation says. Everyone else on Ronaldo's team has tested negative for Corona virus. This's
"asymptomatic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. It's just about 5 49 on Wall Street, and it is time to check in with Bloomberg opinion on this Monday morning columnist Andreas Cloth joins us from Berlin on his latest piece, looking at the long term effects. Of covert 19 not on the economic recovery necessarily, But in this piece this morning, Andreas it's on the bodies of those who have been infected. And it does seem as though we learned Mohr seemingly from day to day about what this virus could do. Long term. What are your concerns? Well, first of all, as we learn more, I find myself more worried than I have been, um, youngish my kids, their youngest should no preexisting conditions. I always respected the virus. But I was not afraid of it. And now as I read in the medical journals, these new studies coming out showing longer term chronic problems from even if you survived the virus, but so crummy Problems. I'm getting more word because we now have to weigh a new kind of risk, fellas, which is not just the risk of some people dying off. Some lives ended, but possibly of some lives, maybe even many lives. Limited permanently, and that makes it even harder Then then it's been two way any risks and come to any decisions and have any social cook, you know, like, Ah, national coherence. An agreement on what the right measures are. So I find the new new data quite worrying on brain fog on heart lung nervous system problems that lasts Possibly a long time. That is interesting that you frame it in the context of potentially changing your own behavior when it comes to the longer term impact, because much of the the public messaging we've gotten from Public health officials is that even though you know older people are more likely to die from the Corona virus, it's still important for people who may feel a CZ, though they may be asymptomatic or not personally affected. By the Corona virus to continue to do those, you know, social distancing mass scoring measures to protect other people. So are you thinking now that you're changing your behaviour in order to protect yourself? Yes, absolutely. I mean, I I was completely mean very early in the pandemic. If you remember they were even some. There were all those who denied the risk instead of just the fluids. But then there were a lot of people who even said, Well, maybe we should all get it. I get a herd immunity or or individually get immunity. We're not sure how long immunity the last now by the way, if you if you have got it, But to me, the calculation is different. It is not a lot of other coronaviruses are the common cold. You get it, then you've had it and it's gone and you're immune to that one. This one looks like and I mean, there are more and more tales coming out of people essentially like months after having it in a brain fog, confused days not able to think clearly or having other damage, and I think I think it's totally It changed the way I unfortunately just also made me worry more because it's more of an insidious thing I've compared to lead paint or radiation. It can get inside of us, and then it lingers and its invisible in first, and it's a different kind of risk risk in that, I think I mean, my column was just basically thing. It's going to make it so much harder for us to deal rationally with this because we were already bad. Judging the risk before and now it's going to be even worse. So in our last 30 seconds, then do you feel like governments have reacted rationally. Given those potential long term effects? Do you think governments can do more to mitigate this disease? There's so many governments, you know, because I'm based in Berlin. I look at not just the US where which has been badly Brazil in some badly Russian some badly, but I think some government is like New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea have acted very rationally. At some point, however, and Germany where I happen to be based, has done a pretty good job. However you see now that's the definition of a pandemic and coming back everywhere. Worrying it in this for another year. I'm not. I'm not sure rationality means also getting community society to agree on. The measure's not sure we're gonna be able to do that much longer. Bloomberg opinion columnist Andres Clue the I want to encourage our readers to seek out your column on Opie and go on the Bloomberg terminal and at Bloomberg dot com slash opinion. Karen Ari Nathan. Thank you. And we have this breaking headline crossing. The Bloomberg Americans Paul Milgram and Robert Wilson have won the Nobel Prize in economics for improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats. It is fine 54 on Wall Street. It is time now for the blueberry lava report. Let's get to the legal stories We're watching this morning from Bloomberg's Jeff Bellenger. The.
Boston - Stephon Gilmore Tests Positive For COVID; Patriots Cancel Practice
"Is falling we had what everyone probably could have expected was going to happen, which is a positive test involving a member of the New England Patriots following up the two positive tests. They had late last week or earlier a few days ago with Cam Newton and and and after that Bill Murray practice squad d e l it's Stephon Gilmore who tests positive on a well actually tested positive on Tuesday. Everyone found out about it on Wednesday when you received a second test and now we have a full-blown cold crisis on our hands involving the Patriots and possibly the rest of the NFL in addition to this you had two more positive test with the Titans who are complete mess right now and at risk of missing their second straight game And you have a positive test with the Raiders. So this is starting to fall apart Dragon. It's not really a surprise to you or to anyone know, you know, look John we talked about before and and going into the Patriots game. I thought it was I thought it was completely stupid that they played the game against the Chiefs that they force-fed it down everyone's throats because we just I didn't know what could happen. I mean we knew that if people were contagious but asymptomatic like, you know, you you are at risk for something like this. So now not only do you have the Patriots dealing with something but something could happen with the Chiefs. I mean everybody's putting out there on Twitter, you know, Stephon Gilmore shaking hands getting real close with Patrick Mahomes after the game. I mean, that's just great. I mean, let's just let's just like the whole season on fire. I mean this is this is what we talked about. This is why I thought it was completely stupid that they ran that game down everyone's throat, which if they just said, you know, what wage We don't know what's going on. We we don't we don't know how this is going to spread. Let's just be careful for now. And let's just add a week 18 on and move Chiefs Patriots. Then give them a whole two weeks. Keep people quarantine all that stuff just to be safe because what we really don't want to have happen is two of our Marquee franchises to call become, you know, just on fire with this stuff and that's what we're getting right now. And it's just it was totally avoidable. It's it's a shame and now now we don't know what's going to happen because really we are now getting to a Tipping Point in the NFL that this could spiral out of control and could cost the season and what's amazing is again. It's a surprise to no-one but A way to have saved this off was to do the obvious thing and cancel this game and what we know as as far as the facts are concerned sure. You can't necessarily tie Gilmore directly to Newton wage, but the fact remains that he was reportedly one of the 20 players who had close contact with Newton as late as Friday and therefore placed on a separate plane flew off Kansas City with twenty other players in a plane. That's not great. Okay, and then they played a game and he's all up in Mahomes Grill after shaking his hands and then they fly home on a plane where the air circulation is, not terrific here. So that's what you've created. It would be stunning right now. If there weren't several other cases that pop up in a few days again, you cross your fingers after Newt and hoping all right, maybe it's isolated. But then you just invited this. So now we're looking at Practice canceled Wednesday. It looks like it's probably cancel dead. Tomorrow, I don't see any way they returned to the facilities here and this game is in Jeopardy as well as several others on the NFL slate here Greg and we throw up our hands and say what do they do now dead?
"asymptomatic" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Weird virus because they say when you're asymptomatic, it can leave your system quicker than when you have the symptoms really heard that that's like That's what the came out over the weekend. They're talking about him, and they're like The asymptomatic if you're asymptomatic. That's why they're saying that if he says negative twice since he's asymptomatic, he'll be able to play compared to somebody who was symptomatic. That was the big, weird thing that they're talking about, Like, why is it that because you're asymptomatic say what the league has been able to, even though the Tennessee situation and by the way, I believe that facility is reopened. The league has done a really good job at and then and the players. You got to give the players credit. And maybe because you're asymptomatic. You don't spread it a cz much. I don't know. That could be. I mean, they haven't talked about when you're asymptomatic. How it spreads right. Maybe can you spread it being asymptomatic? There's a lot of things said at one point, Yes, you can. Yes, that was the biggest danger was that people were walking around and spreading it and didn't even have any symptoms back. We first started. But now who knows now makes knows what they used to also say that if you have The antibodies. You can't catch it again. Then they figured out that that's not true either. So the vaccine will give you and our bodies, But that doesn't mean To another. Not sure, even if the vaccine would work. Because you'd have antibodies from the vaccine. I think that you are. That's why the vaccine is not gonna be coming out till next. Really Strange one. Remember, they said the vaccine would be out by October earlier in the year ago, we'll have it by October. And now they're saying next summer. Well, Zombie apocalypse 2020 continues. It is 10 55 aside, Rick, loosen Kathie Lee. I'm Dave Logan. Good morning In chaos tonight, seven of Broncos countries. I eat Patriots Week We'll talk to Steve Atwater Patriots look very beatable.
Trump 'Itching' to Get Back on Campaign Trail
"Daniel Lippman, White House reporter at Politico and author of Politicos Great Weekend reads column to offer some thoughts about the president now after his return to the White House. And of course, the president has been seen not worrying a mask on his return to the White House. He did mask to take a a brief trip outside Walter Reed Hospital. Two way but his supporters, both of which have gotten him a considerably more grief from those inclined to do so, Daniel. Sometimes it almost seems to be like the president seeks out ways in which he can receive grief for people. Yeah, That's one way to put it. Hey, is very good at Felicity. Negative reaction from His detractors. And so it seems like every day comes up with new ways ahead, which is just so amazing. But, you know, I think he wants to project strength he wants to say he used in the final stages of beating this virus. But what he doesn't realize are you not acknowledging that he's getting the best medical care? He has a huge team of doctors, nurses the best in the world world class. Medicines and trials He's on on. Most Americans are not president, and they don't have access to all of them on stuff to make their illness better, and number seven million Americans have gone coronavirus 210,000 people have died. I am wondering about his actual status. There's some mixed signals on that. We were told in the beginning everything was fine than the White House chief of staff offered thoughts that the president was in fact, in a bit of distress for awhile, then we're told the president was very angry at At that view being expressed that he has, of course since then tried to exhibit Ah ah! Ah, A man who is ah, on top of it, if you will, although I'm not sure in the case of the Corona virus when when symptoms can vary so much from severe all the way down to asymptomatic. Do we really have a handle? On just how the president is doing. Hey, seems to be doing better. But Aah! If you watched the video of him on the Truman balcony, he was gasping for air a little bit, and so Chalk it up to the trip or what? Not, but still on that, you know, leaving the Drudge report, you know, read by millions of conservative in the girls tonight on, you know, there's the family's kind of divided in that. Don Jr and the kids. They were little. Some of the kids were little apprehensive. At what You know how trump kind of operated in terms of how you want to get out of the hospital. He wanted to do that. Ah, joyride last night that exposed on those agents. Oh, And so that is a really concern in kind of trump world that ah, whether he has learned the right lessons from this pandemic, or is he going to continue to Kind of ignore mainstream doctor's advice. Right. And what does that mean for her kind of the future of the Corona virus outbreak in America when they can't even keep the president safe? Well now You know the rest. American allies under all is well all is under control. Looking at the campaign now, with four weeks and a day as we speak left Until we actually arrive at election night, although many ballots who have already been cast Uh, do we have any indication at all of how this is all playing? Is there Ah, a sympathy vote for the president. Are there those who consider his behavior to be reckless, which presumably would be against the president? Do we know how this is playing politically? Um, yeah. So we don't know exactly. How every has returned to the White House is plain. But there is AH, you know, senior citizens. He is not doing that well in among them because They have been the worst affected by the pandemic. Ah, and they kind of look at his behavior and they think it's been reckless, irresponsible, having huge rallies. Not social distancing of 30 people so far, who have gotten Dick. These tested positive for the Corona virus that have interacted with Trump in last week on so we can have so that is causing really concern among Republicans say that You know, they feel like the That they've kind of already lost on that the next month. It's only gonna kind of feel the deal. They are very pessimistic about having about how to turn around. The campaign on DH. They see, Trump has not even able to go on the campaign trail that that's just what do we know about whether or not the president is in fact going to resume campaigning? What do we know about the fate of the final two presidential debates after the Wednesday night vice presidential debate? So it is a bit Unclear when he'll return because it just depends on the health. And that's TBD. Uh, day by day process. He hasn't hit the 78 Day seven or eight. During his illness, those air in the critical days. That could go Either way, Khun Go turns severe, uh, you know, go back to the road to recovery or continue on that road in that, you know, that's Wednesday or Thursday. And Thursday and so Be, uh, you know, there is a kind of a feeling that There's mixed messages out of the White House. The lack of good staffers. You have a staff doctor. They are. They don't have tons of credibility, so that makes it harder for her. Them two for Americans to believe what they're saying, and that hurt the campaign as well. And so trump where she wants to go back to those rallies. Get that adulation, but He's having to put that on all because Doesn't want to, you know, exposed, you know lots of people, and I don't think Americans would want to go to those rather in the first place. How has this affected the Biden Harris campaign? Well, they're of course, they say the right things about praying for the president's health coming back. But They are, you know, and they're actually happy, too. Give it to a more positive message. Everyone's who were on the road. They're not stuck in a basement anymore. And so that makes it easier for them too. Kind of point to that there the party of normalcy that I want to, you know, really put America safely. Um, And so, while the trump campaign kind of fuzzy avert their virtual events Other things like that. So buying campaign feels like they're way out in the polls. 14 points. NATIONAL Horton NBC News Wall Street Journal, Um, left It leaves in other states that are in other polls. And so they found a much stronger position than Hillary Clinton was. Much more widely despised of the campaign, then
Patriots QB Cam Newton tests positive for COVID-19, placed on reserve list
"The Patriots have officially place Cam Newton to the Reserve Cove in 19 list after he tested positive for the virus. Theo NFL has postponed tomorrow's game against the Chiefs until either Monday or Tuesday. Pat said in a statement. Players, coaches and staff who came in close contact with Newton have all tested negative. As for how the coded list works. If Newton is asymptomatic, he can be activated 10 days after testing positive or five days after as long as he tests negative twice and atleast 24 hours apart. If Newton developed symptoms that stretches the process out, 10 days have to have passed since the symptoms appeared, and at least 72 hours since they last occurred. So if the Patriots and Chiefs do play in the coming days, reports say it will be Brian Hoyer getting the start under center.
White House official: Trump experiencing ‘mild’ symptoms of coronavirus after positive test
"But is working at the White House today after testing positive, and Wayne Cabby jumped on the phone with Dr Daniel Varga, chief physician Officer, Hackensack Meridian Health and got his thoughts on the prognosis. Well, I mean, I think when you look at the overall presentation of co, but the vast majority of people do have minimal symptoms and or their asymptomatic entirely. And that's true across all age groups. The thing that we see differently is that if you are going to develop significant symptom mythology become hospitalized. And then experienced significant morbidity. It tends to happen in the older age groups on particularly folks who have significant co morbidity. And that that can include just simply being significantly overweight. What kind of care From what? You're understanding, it
Virginia Governor and First Lady Test Positive for COVID-19
"United States reaching seven million cases. One million of those newly diagnosed cases just in the past month, and it's ABC is what Johnson tells us. It's evident. The virus does not care who you are the governor of Virginia confirming he and his wife have tested positive Governor Ralph Northam, saying he's asymptomatic. The first lady has mild symptoms this after one of his staffers recently contracted the virus. It comes just days after the governor and first lady of Missouri also tested positive, and, according to the
UC Irvine to test students living on campus weekly for COVID-19
"Irvine says students living on campus for the fall quarter will be tested regularly for the Corona virus about 3600 students are already living there, and another 3500 are set to move in by the end of the month. Under Albert Chang is the medical director of the school's student health Center and tells can next testing might be done once a week or once every other week, depending on what happens. We're doing the nasal swab. A PCR test for our students being protected, asymptomatic students being tested on campus. We're working closely with our own UC and medical centers Laboratory and the turnaround time. As we've told, students may take from 48 to 72 hour. But he says recent test results of students already on campus have come back in about a day about 2700 students have already been tested to, Chang says there have been no positive cases. So far,
"asymptomatic" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On individuals who tested positive recent. There are 79 studies have been done for this. Wow. 6000 individuals. 20% remained asymptomatic during follow up. Meaning that 45 individuals honorably showed symptoms of the virus. You did, but you didn't. Right. I wasn't asymptomatic. My problem was I was symptomatic, but I got two negative tests, but I had all of the classic symptoms. Well, at first, I didn't think so. Because my fever was very low and what we always here It's got to be a fever over 100. Well, because I run cold. My fever was mostly in the nineties or in the 90 nines and then occasionally would go up to 100. I think The highest I got was one a one. I couldn't smell I couldn't taste. I mean, these were all classic symptoms. So my doctor said even though you have a negative test, we're going to treat you like you have Cove it because you don't want to be out there running around on people, but The same time. Another person on my morning show was tested positive but had no symptoms. Like really like, other than like a stuffy nose. Nothing so it really depends on what strain you have. It depends on how your body takes it. I don't know. I wish I wish there was something easy because I'll tell you what once you realize you have it. Then you're just sitting around waiting for the next symptom to hit you and it's really psychologically and really does a number. I have a number on your number and a half. All right, let's celebrate today. Let's go back to Halloween, or this, a precursor to Halloween Because ladies and gentlemen at 43 past the hour on the D J V program, I give you national Cherries Jubilee Day. So if your Cherries jubilee desert fan Cherries and liqueur.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"It may make it may make you more susceptible to you to the other. Here's what I mean. You have asymptomatic Kobe carriers now raise they have Kobe their new system doing well, so they're so they're keeping you from developed symptoms. Keep in mind. Kobe only become deadly. If you develop symptoms and the symptoms worsen, you get placed on a ventilator and so for pursuing. So as long as you remain asymptomatic, you're not close to evening reaching that death marks. But if you're asymptomatic, and then you get an acute infection like Like the blue that all the sudden you have a transient, decreasing your immune system. And so you may move from being asymptomatic being symptomatic because your immune system is no longer octomom. I hear you. I hear you, Doctor. I hear you. So what's the What's the best thing to do? What? What is the resolve? To all of this because for years you have so many thousands of individuals who Ah, diagnosed with the flue every year and so now then to deal with his covert 19. Whether individuals to do Well, this is what and you will see a pullback from what I said last week. And I work by next week. This more more are more articles that I've got to read. What I have encouraged. You have traditionally got your flu shots, Then you traditionally get your flu shot. If you have not gotten your flu shot ever Then let's talk next week. The reason why I say that is because There's some evidence that's coming out about you shot will not matter. Some thought. No evidence, no randomized control. Strauss just thought that I read in the British third in the bridge journal. If there's some connection About the flu and Kobe, But they're not saying half. Ah, so during point if you've got your crew shot in the past continue to I give them if you've not got them, then let's talk next week and I should have more information for you. I am getting a flu shot. This year. Let's be clear. I am getting a flu shot. And my kids have been the flu shot because we've always got shot every year. Okay. Okay. What, doctor what we come back and before you leave, I want to ask you about the change of weather. Many individuals when there's a change of the weather. From being hot summer and now temperatures have dropped as much cooler sometimes depending on the age group. Their bodies are affected. You have some whose body starts aching. You have others who start toe having called coughing symptoms and things of that nature, some who start toe having what they perceive to be Sinuses or Allergies. What are your recommendations for people who are just dealing with life in the midst of the change of weather? We'll talk to you about it when we come back. Dr Jaffrey. It's a medical Monday. Radio news and talk 13 80 w ay, okay. 4048922703 on news and talked 13 80 w Okay. The first day.
Boston Red Sox Lay Off 10% Of Workforce, David Ortiz Recovering From Coronavirus, Says He’s ‘Feeling Great’
"Say they have laid off about 10% of their full time employees as a result of the cove it pandemic. And speaking of the Red Sox former slugger David Ortiz, famously known as Big Poppy, says he is recovering from Cove. Ortiz made the announcement during the broadcast last night of the Red Sox Yankees game in the fourth inning. Ortiz was a guest from his home in the D R. He said he was asymptomatic and took his final test Thursday, which now came back negative. He also says he's feeling great. His brother, meanwhile, also had the Corona virus and was seriously ill but has since recovered. There happened more than 106,000 covert 19 cases in the Dominican Republic. We'll take a
CDC reverses course on asymptomatic tests, again
"Scrapping a controversial piece of covert 19 testing guidance. Last month, the Centers for Disease Control Control and and Prevention Prevention posted posted advice, advice, saying saying people people who who did did not not feel feel sick sick did did not not need need to to get get tested. tested. Change, Change, baffled baffled public public health health experts experts and and led led to to speculation speculation that that Trump Administration political appointees forced the shift. The CDC has now essentially gone back to its earlier guidance that anyone spending at least 15 minutes within 6 Ft. Of somebody with a documented infection should get tested. The agency calls the change a clarification needed due to the significance of asymptomatic and pre symptomatic transmission.
'It's close to criminal' - Joe Biden slams Donald Trump over Covid-19 response
"The president's handling of the pandemic is growing close to criminal criticizing Trump's position on testing and masks. The Trump Administration officials are insisting their response to go over. 19 has not been politicized. White House testing coordinator and assistant HHS Admiral Brett Gregoire on ABC is Good Morning. America today also denied CDC virus testing guidance suggested that asymptomatic people should not be tested even As he suggested the administration is fine tuning its message on testing. If you're asymptomatic after exposure, you should do it within the context of public health or medical advice, and I think that makes total sense, but you'll see even more clarifications of that. Today. More than
AstraZeneca vaccine could still be ready by year-end, CEO says
"This morning, one of the nation's leading physicians, Dr David Vega, CEO of the Ellison Institute of Transformative Medicine, at U. S. C. Welcome back. Thank you. Great to be here Want to talk about the vaccine and the trial? AstraZeneca CEO said this morning that a covert vaccine could still be ready before the end of the year. Even with the whole interruption in the UK, the clinical trial due to that One person the adverse reaction If you could be first in line, Dr Egas to get the shot the vaccine when it becomes available, would you take it? No question. I mean, the data are going to be very transparent. You're the risk here, the benefits and scientists, including myself, We'll review them and publicly make a statement. I think this makes sense or it doesn't realize this hole. That has been a lot of the media over the last 24. Hours is routine is actually the second one on this clinical trial. The first one the media didn't take hold up now they're jumping all over it. It's pretty routine. When a patient has any side effect that we stop and see. Is this side effect related to the vaccine or not? In the first hole? It wasn't related. We'll see on this one, but realized it been close to 30,000 patients vaccinated twice with this vaccine. And there have been almost no adverse event, so it is very safe. Dr Rigas should also be reassuring for the American public in that, you know, in this political season, we're getting closer to Election Day and that there has been concerned about political pressure. The fact that AstraZeneca is following procedures and putting it on hold for a while, as you say, it's common to do that that they're playing by the rules basically. Oh, yeah. Every pharmaceutical company or clinical trial management group is playing by the rules. I speak too many of them daily, and this is without political pressure because it's going to be transparent if they do the wrong thing. They're obviously jeopardizing the health of the American people and their company. So I believe in science, and I believe in the transparency and science. I hope this transparency continues and buy all inclination. It will continue and again toward the end when we have data. There will be a declaration by many scientists and doctors that the public trust this makes sense where this doesn't make sense. But you know that there are still people who will just dig their feet in and say, I'm not going to take this. So is there any effort or can there be any effort behind the scenes to make the vaccine mandatory? Um, So the big question is. Do you want the inflammation in your lugs or your arm? Right? The vaccine. The inflammation is in your arm. You make an immune response with the virus. It's in your lungs have lasting ramifications. Ramifications for your lifetime. Will this vaccine the mandatory? No. Will there be certain privileges you get when you have a vaccine? No question about it. They're going to be state that I don't want you in my state if you haven't been vaccinated because you could spread the virus to the co op board of people in our state, who can't respond to a vaccine, the elderly people with immune disorders, cancer and others are not going to respond well to a vaccine. So if somebody comes in unvaccinated and spread the virus he or she can kill or harm those individuals. So states are going to say you need to show me a certificate of immunity before you come to my state before you come to my sporting a bit before you come to my restaurant. I do think we're going to start to protect people in our community by doing this Like to ask you about the Russian vaccine. We know that some critical testing's testing rather with the Russian vaccine were skipped. To get it to market sooner seems to be generating on immune response. We still don't know about safety. What are your thoughts? Perhaps your hopes your concerns about the Russian vaccine. I love that recording at the Russian vaccine the Ah. So this vaccine, Putin made a declaration. We're gonna put the vaccine on the market What he didn't do yet. Was due the face three clinical trial or manufacture the vaccine. So right now, the face three trial is ongoing. They have not yet manufacture the vaccine, so they're not administering it to the general public. It will take months to manufacture the vaccine. By the time the manufacturing is done. He will have data from the pastry clinical trials showing at work the initial data that were published a few days ago so that it was a very good immune response. The T cell characterization which is really important this virus wasn't done so we'll learn more about that over time. What good is is that that declaration was a political statement. And the virus is ready to be distributed yet, So by the time it's ready, I think we'll have more data or they will have more data. Governor. Newsome has said by one estimate that 44% of small businesses in California may be forced to close due to the pandemic. Shut down. They just can't survive. So I'm wondering You know, l a county is huge. Do you see a way we're businesses could reopen sooner rather than later. Maybe the county broken up into smaller areas that could re open rather than these counties being treated as a whole. It's a great question. Certainly there are areas of L. A county that are doing remarkably well with a little virus in other areas where the virus is really in high numbers, And so it's all about behavior. If everyone if there were a rule in L, a county that if you didn't wear a mask, you would get a $500 fine. Within a week. We'll be able to open almost every business in the county and we really doing very well. The problem is people, you know, it's a It's my civil liberty not to wear a mask. We have to get up and start to do the right thing. Can we micro dissect the county and have different rules in every area? It's gonna be very difficult and I think there's going to be a lot of this understanding and it probably won't go aswell as we hope it would. But if we start to enforce A mask wearing and start to find individuals who don't do it so we can actually open our economy. Allow kids to interact. I mean, really change our culture by Doing the right thing. Then I think we have shot. And so the question is. Do our politicians have the guts to stand up and make something mandatory and force that right now? They don't enforce it. My hope is they will You know, we saw Corona virus cases Spike after Memorial Day, Fourth of July. Doctor in each jaw. A prominent doctor wrote on Twitter over the weekend that there are actually more daily covert cases now than there were around this around Memorial Day, pointing to the possibility of much higher, much higher crush of new cases after Labor Day. Do you agree with that? You know the problem as you are all very well aware. I think everybody the LA's, where testing is limited. So we don't know the true number of cases, especially the asymptomatic cases anywhere. What I do know is that behaviors let down on holidays. We know that people get together. They realize they have to interact with their family friends, etcetera, and we get significant spread of the virus. We're going to know. Over the next several weeks. What those numbers truly are. We're closer approximation because there's a lag time between exposure and between ah symptoms and testing for the virus. And that lack time is several weeks. We're going to start to see it with increased numbers, increase hospitalizations and probably increased death from the virus. Yes or no Quick answer. Halloween. If my kid is masked up and keep social distance, Is it safe? As long as everybody else does the same. Remember it's not just your kid masking up. It's every other child masking up every parent asking, answering the door, giving out the Candies in the goodies masking up. So if we all play by the rules, it's probably safe. The problem is, we haven't all played by the rules. Historically played by the rules. Dr Rigas. Thank you. Thank you. Dr David David Eggers, Eggers, Eggers, CEO CEO CEO of of of the the the Ellison Ellison Ellison Institute Institute Institute of of of Transformative Transformative Transformative Medicine Medicine Medicine at at at USC. USC. USC.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For instance, just Not retesting individuals who have tested positive previously for quite a long period of time. So I think there's a spectrum of guidance. And I would I would I would listen, Teo your doctor's suggestion on that, Okay? And we'll put a sort of a hot potato in your hands here. This question is the CDC director from West testing. A result of white House influence on HHS, or should asymptomatic people not bother? Yes, I think the question here is really around Last week's updated CDC guidance of who should be tested, and under what condition? I will say it was. It was pretty surprising to see that change from the CDC around, not testing a symptomatic individuals and not testing individuals that had an exposure event. That information is very critical to contact tracing on isolation efforts. So again, the public health impact of that is significant. I think what I'll say is that I think, you know Governor Newsome here has been very explicit that California is going Teo continue the approach that it is. It has taken previously and was not going to change course because of the CDC is update last week. Okay. Next one. Can we train unemployed people the process tests or administer them or do you need extensive training? Oh, there's regulations in each state about who can actually operate different components of the lab process. You know, color is one example. We're a clear lab. It's a It's a It's a accreditation and regulatory Mechanism where we're expected to uphold certain standards of licensure from individuals who are involved in our lab processing. There are immense, immense needs for lab hiring, not only at our company but across all labs that are involved in covert testing currently. And I know that there's been a lot of work at the state level and at the federal level around how to really think about those license your requirements. The needless to say, you know, there's there are some Higher levels and lower levels of elation shirt for individuals that are working in the lab. Okay. Why is that the Kaiser won't test without sentiments. But I got a free test locally near where I lived. Like each institution is setting their their policies based on what they believe is important for you know, their patients are members or the way in which they're involved in the public health crisis, and I can't speak to the Kaiser's decision a policy specifically, but We do see based on available capacity available supplies that amount of demand and you know, kind of what else is available in the area. We do see different institutions having policies that that Made limit testing symptomatic individuals or exposure events versus anyone. This whole question of symptomatic and asymptomatic. Here's another question. There seems to be a lot of attention to the positive test. Rick couldn't we push that down by having lots of people who know they're going to test negative? They've been staying away from others, etcetera get tested. Is there any reason not to go get tested when you're almost sure you're negative. Interesting. So I think this is kind of a question about, you know, Sample bias effectively. Yeah, so I think you know. A lot of the public health efforts, at least in California have really had been about really expanding access to testing so that we can ensure that individuals who may think that they're Negative but may have had an exposure event or may have, you know, been in a high risk environment to be able to have access to that and again ensure that we're catching this early so that they can isolate And on DH, not transmit the disease. Further. Um I don't think that we are seeing at least in our efforts. Ah, high level of sample bias as testing rates just increased more broadly. It is we are seeing, you know a relatively constant rate of positive cases in different environments in different communities. There's definitely differences across those communities, but overall it seems to be relatively constant. And so, yes, In theory, we could have individuals who are pretty sure they're negative, not tests, but I think it would undermine the efforts around isolation and quarantine. Okay, Next one. How often would you recommend essential workers get tested? If one is asymptomatic, I'm an essential worker. Who rides both barred in the bus every day to get to work. I weren't in 95 mask most of the time while at work and outside my house. Yeah, That's a great question as well. I mean, there are a lot of public health leaders who have and you know, there's guidance from city of San Francisco and other counties in the Bay Area around that What I'll say is that you know, we have done work with ah, and a duck call Bergstrom, who's a leading epidemiologists, University of Washington, and we effectively have looked at what is the likelihood of outbreaks occurring in, you know. Workplaces, another essential work for settings and on DH congregate setting and what the right screening Caden should be. And in a lot of those cases that works out to being around weekly, But again, I can't speak to the specifics of this one individual's context in their work environment. Andi. I would suggest that they cancel some of the public health guidance that's been issued. Okay, Eyes pool testing where you grew up a lot of specimens from several people together being used in the Bay Area. And his pool testing less sensitive. That is just have more false negatives. Pool testing. Yeah, pulling is where effectively. That's exactly what you combine them bunch of samples and and run them together. It is supposed to. Ah, really be used for for broader surveillance because you're actually Saving a bit on the you're effectively increasing the capacity of the lab on on saving on some of the lab supplies across like re agents. Pulling today is not being used in an extremely widespread way in the US For a number of different reasons. The FDA previously has been regulating the use of pooling and how it's deployed, and it really has to do is well how you do the pooling. How many samples you combine? Also has to do with the background prevalence rate in the geography in which you're doing the testing, so there's a lot of different mechanisms that going to play here. There are some institutions in the area who has Developed the RND behind pool and colors, one of them. I know that Stanford is another lab that has been working with cooling, but it's not really being deployed in a large scale clinical context today, so I think that that will probably change in the coming months. And just to be clear of people might be confused What you would do. Let's say you've got 20 people. You throw all the samples together. You run that as one test. If it comes back negative, you assume nobody's Infected. If it's positive, then you go back and run the other samples. Correct? Yeah, exactly. So what it effectively does you get a negative result back to a lot of people very quickly, But the trade off is that it actually takes longer for you to return a positive. Result because exactly you have to go back and re run all 20 of those samples individually to determine which sample with the popular kids. Okay, Next question. Our question is, Can the color lab develop a point of care? Eventually at home capability similar to the new abbot 15 minute tests, along with a companion notification, app..
"asymptomatic" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"About 35 38. Give or take was the average. When do see Did that on June 29th but the gym's closed because that was what was causing it. Small activities. No. The what family activities. Family gatherings, You know, like the one that Doug Ducey went to and did not socially distance didn't wear a mask on the Fourth of July, but claimed it was in June. By those types of things, everything's been shut down. Nothing has changed Absolutely. Zero. This once again is a virus. We do not know. No one knows. What they're doing, And that means I'm not being a jerk about that, and nobody knows what they're doing. Nobody's gonna admit they know they know, but everyone's pretending, you know. Quite literally. Even Dr Vouching Saint douchey himself. Said. Essentially, you can always second guess your actions. But, you know, we don't really know what we're doing here. He could always second guessed yourself and say, what could have been what should have been done back then. And also back then we didn't fully realize. How in how significant the amount of asymptomatic infection was, and importantly, the fact that people who were asymptomatic or pre symptomatic could transmit the virus. Something we know for sure occurs right now. So same bounty is saying is even through this whole thing, By the way, the whole thing we're six months into this thing Back then is six months ago. Back then, is 180 days ago, back then back then that we didn't know what we were doing. We had no idea where learning as we're going, and then when we learn something, we learned that the opposite is actually true. Why Because you're dealing with a virus. And it has become a political virus. So it is a cover your booty virus. So you have to cover your political skin by doing nonsensical, stupid, arbitrary things like just clothes. Hey, let's say ah, Jim down. And keep family indoor family funds owns video game centers and stuff. Open bowling alleys open Keep, although that stove open But close Jim's down. Because we're just playing a guessing game and picking things arbitrarily nonsensically, and it's a game of political see white. And it gets even worse than that to tie in to the CIA is because what governors like juicy and others are doing is basically Saying, Well, you know, other people in the state of Arizona are fearful. Because this virus is highly contagious, and everybody at this point knows someone that's lost someone to it. So they're trying to appease the fear. That's what the mask thing is all about. Because it's just super convenient that all of a sudden studies have come out and say it all mass work. When every other study about mass up until about June 2020 said No, They're not very good. They do not protect you from the virus cloth mask. You get the virus stuck in the mass and you breathe it back instead of expelling air from your lungs, that's besides the point. But that's all what this is so the gyms in the bars it's because the images were out on social media and on the news because the news media wants people to panic, more panic, more viewers, So they went to Scottsdale and they showed all the people at all. All those young Gangsters out there. Do well fun living life. Well, all of us are staying home and not having fun. So They lead the governor into that decision in many ways and governors of other states because again what you see leads to fear. Shut it down. Oh, now you don't see the images maybe you won't be is fearful, but it has nothing. It has not changed a thing about how this is spread. But they're taking a first step. They're taking the first step to allow us to. I don't know. Go to a gym and get healthy. Because the pandemic in this virus in this illness, you know it's the world's deadliest pandemic, but less than 2% of the world as it is. It's killing everybody, but less than 1% 1/10 of 1% has died from it. But we can't go to the gym and keep our bodies healthy. So our bodies are healthy enough to fight it off once once we come in contact with it. Doug Ducey law, Ducey has released a draft document through the heirs of the Department of Health Services..
"asymptomatic" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kate, Can you ask your expert of anything news been revealed about long term internal damage Post Cove it and whether asymptomatic people are also at risk, as well as people who suffered with symptoms. That is a great question. I think there's a lot that we still need to learn. I think that patients who have bad co vid on an extensive lung disease even if they're able to clear probably have some lung damage and will take a long time to recover, and it's possible that they may have Prominent scarring and damage the lungs that will prevent them from being able to exercise and do things as well as they want and in the future. Tell me again the second part of that question. Ah, question whether people who were asymptomatic but infected are susceptible to these sorts of things Long term. Great. I think it is not clear that patients who are asymptomatic will have any complications that they never have symptoms. Okay, next question. And this is kind of the same question. Someone report that even milder, non symptomatic cases may have lung damage. I think you just kind of answered that so move on to the next one. How does the Corona virus compared to the influenza virus in terms of morbidity? Immortality? Can you quantify it, for example? Is it two times as deadly 10 times aboutthe Same I would say that it's probably it depends on the season and the flu, but probably about 10 times at least more severe than the then influenza. And I guess I'll leave you with this last one, which says I'm not trying to start a political fight here. But President Trump says 99% of Corona. Virus cases are harmless. Would you agree? No. You can listen to the entire interview with Dr.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on KOMO
"Has spread among asymptomatic people. Medical correspondent Dr Todd Ellery. He went on to say that roughly 20 to 80% of people who are infected, maybe asymptomatic, especially if they're under 45. Also, 50% of people who are diagnosed with the infection don't know where they've gotten it from. So it's really critical that we do more widespread testing millions of Americans celebrating Fourth of July today a little differently this year as a result of the virus. More than half of all states still battling a rise in cases, including Texas and Arizona, Arizona, one of 26 states seeing a rise in hospitalizations, icy used at 91% capacity Phoenix in San Antonio, using pediatric I C used for adults as they run out of beds. Texas governor Greg Abbott, ordering everyone across the lone Star State toe wear a mask to stop the spread up to 80% of fireworks displays in the US cancel Kristine Sloan of ABC for over 200 years. The White House always played a central role in the Independence Day celebrations for the nation's Capitol man in a year of the city of DC have Scale back our Fourth of July festivities two's a today as a result of the Corona virus. Many large events like parade and fireworks forced to move online. In fact, White House historian Lena Man explains how current events can influence Washington's Independence Day celebrations. Quickly the words I see it's running presidents in the holiday or just all you know, proud and You know proud of their nation proud of their country, and I think that you know during times of war can look a little more self reflective. Sometimes it's use just like a means to rally people at Fort Hood and makeshift memorial growing for a missing soldier of Vanessa again near the site where human remains were discovered near the base earlier in the week, officials say they have sent the remains to a lab for testing. And are attempting to expedite the process. At a vigil last night, Community members gathered to shoulder support for Gideon's friends and family. One vigil members, saying they plan to continue to work for justice for Vanessa. No words..
"asymptomatic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"For them hungry. And you don't know my toe by one minute. Worry. And my focus always is the Children and the elderly because I always worry that some of these elderly people they alone but I must be honest. What we've experienced during this period. Is everyone trying to help? An encouraging sign in South Africa will need more of that is the virus now surges from here towards other, even poorer and less well prepared cities. I was Andrew Harding reporting there from South Africa. Sort of Germany now and rewind the clock of it to the end of January this year when the country's first case of the Corona virus was diagnosed by team from Munich University Hospital. What made this case down? That was that the patient had almost certainly been effective. Our colleagues visiting from China, a colleague who displayed no symptoms of Cove in 19 while in Germany, and only became sick after landing back in China. The hospital's infectious disease specialists realized even at this early stage, but this might show that covert 19 could be transmitted when people are asymptomatic. The thinking at the time there was that the new virus behave like the SARS virus and could only be passed on when people were coughing or feverish. The doctor Camilla Rhodes, has struggled to get have findings taken seriously. Instead, she says, she was challenged on several fronts. Most of my colleagues who are physicians working on the front like myself immediately understood what observation meant. However surprised ends where observations were not deceived in a neutral and open minded men as we would have Wish. Instead, we were challenged. First of all for reporting an asymptomatic spread with said that was the title of the report. Then another room challenged us for not having spoken to the Chinese lady on the phone ourselves did have information from a trustworthy source that she herself had not received any unusual symptoms. She would have described anything else than a jet. Like so we thought, I must still stood by then. And the article was written in a sci fi finds reporter appearing in the journal Science on when defamed his lies, And Our little observation was called fraud, which is a strong words actually, for justice, clinical observation on how did that? How did that feel? Given that you must have been pretty confident of of your observation? I fought it with crystal clear and so I somehow allowed myself to get drawn into this, and I felt obliged to schedule a call. Over the child, his visitor, I make sure you get lots of impartial witnesses during this call, and I personally took the probably most thorough history off my whole life and grilled the poor Chinese on any possible moment of unwell being your first day, and it turned out that she had taken some thought ofthe paracetamol on the first evening, she said to be crisp in the morning, and she had felt slightly tired on Tuesday afternoon. I felt a bit chilly on Wednesday in a business attire, Additional cardigan according to her normal science off just like that, she knows, so my judgment was clear. This was asymptomatic spent. However, this did not seem to have our messages transmission without obvious respiratory symptoms and without subjective where's remain unheard. And what do you think the impact of that was, if people have taken it more seriously at that time and acted upon it, even if things weren't completely certain, and that's true of many aspects of the pandemic. That could have made a huge difference. Content. I think we would have started to seriously prepare earlier. I don't want to say this, say so. And so many lives because the equation it is much more complicated, but at least I would have expected Tio somewhat counter an open mind which didn't really happen instead. We received hate mail tweeds. So it was not an easy time for me and my team. Do you feel vindicated? Now I'm somehow relieved that there is a chance for the truth to come two lives. I'm more worried on consume a knockoff is not as in India Video. I wass worried that you know institutions that I think should absorb information in a neutral. Oh, here it is. Open minded way didn't And then even when evidence was accumulating on our side, more more reports coming out. Stuck to this previous opinion didn't change Doctor Camilla.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on WTOP
"With this asymptomatic spreading get every positive case get those people isolated. Governor Andrew Cuomo says. The daily death toll caused by the Corona virus fell to five yesterday, the lowest number New York state has recorded in more than three months. President Trump is denying that he'd been briefed on reported US intelligence that a Russian military intelligence unit secretly offered bounties the Taliban linked militants for killing American troops in Afghanistan. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on ABC is this week. This is bad as it gets, And yet the president will not confront the Russians on this score, denies being briefed. Whether it is or not. His administration knows we're going to a New York Times report. American intelligence officials concluded months ago that Russian officials offered rewards for successful attacks on American servicemembers last year. South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott, tell CBS whose face the nation he understands why so many people are protesting for racial justice in this country. I hear in the protesters is enough already. Let's get to the table and get something done. And what I hear from the protesters is This is our country. We want our voices to be heard, and Scott called on President Trump to delete a retweet. He sent a man shouting white power! It was taken down. Man, police say, drove into a WalMart distribution center in Northern California and went on a shooting rampage that left him and another man dead and four others wounded, was fired from his job at center last year. I thought he's say Lois Lewis Lane was let go from the distribution center near Red Bluff in February 2019 after failing to show up for work. The average U. S price of regular grade gasoline increased by six cents over the past two weeks. The 2 22 a gallon it's 51 cents below the average home price from a year ago. Lundberg Survey says demand remains weak, though Even as state's reopened for business amid the pandemic. This is CBS News. Adele Technologies Advisers were here to help businesses work remotely with unparalleled collaboration solutions like Windows 10 and Microsoft Teams call 877 Ask DEL 63.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They were very successful and terrorizing the people and the people have gone along with it, and even though that reaction to the coronavirus in many ways has been a hoax and they have been able to about some hysteria. Exactly how this works! They neglected the true science of this all, but there have been people who have have worked on a truly indie independent scientific way, and so this is up in the air right now, but my assumption is that asymptomatic carriers probably have not been much of a threat, and there's no way they're ever going to check everybody. There's a bit there's millions of people sorta like. Wonder who had a cold last year? You know, and and they just don't have that information, so this is. This is something that will be hearing about for for a while, but I I my guess is if it is spread. The only place where the real tragedy was in a regulated medical and nursing home with governor's doing dumb things. Then then you can tell the add that onto other disease. You know and there are some countries. They have been hideo is reading about. The death rate was definitely higher, but it was a country that that also had to Berkeley Yeah and if if you come in and tuberculosis is prevalent, and then you add on something that's lot different, and then when you come to a healthier. Population like did the statistics have been pretty clear? Young people and health people. It really has appeared to be much of a danger and people say well you. You guys don't care you. Don't care about people being sick. Yeah, we care. We care about the people who died because of the treatment you know and that's what's that's what's happened. You know whether it's a denial of medications and food or nursing homes, and and this sort of thing, so there's been a lousy case for them to say that because we talk this way that we don't care about people. Maybe we care about it. Maybe we both care about exactly right, but the only thing that really cars whose correct on the science and and that's of course being our goal and right now I think. Think as settle. We're getting more objectively OUTTA here. People are starting to back off. And of course this is why they're starting to open up. The open up the economy, and all these things are sort of going back to normal, even though they claim and I tend to believe it will never be exactly the way it was. We always wanted to hold hold strings. We always want the power to control you, so they'll be around. Watching and we're GONNA. Be Watching them. Yeah, well. It was kind of an earthquake yesterday when Dr Maria. Von Kurkova The W. H., O. She's the head of their emerging disease unit. She gave a press conference and she said I. In fact, I think we have a clip. Our first clip of that are I J peg This is about. As symptomatic spreading of the corona virus, the covid nineteen quote, it's very rare and much of that is not published in the literature. And it was kind of a It wasn't earthquake..
"asymptomatic" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Hello everybody and thank you for tuning in to liberty report. With me today is Daniel. Make atoms are co host Dale. Good to see you. How are you this morning Dr Paul well do thank you. WanNa talk about Corona virus. New I know this is not new. It's been around for a while. Maybe it's going to disappear and we'll talk about in history, but anyway things are improving I was out doing my walker this morning us in the park in Lake Jackson and there were at least a hundred young people out there in the park, getting ready for track season for cross country and Y, you know, a token of their liberty has been returned. And they were having a good time, and it didn't look like it was. Anybody's sick and nobody was wearing a mass, so we. We're doing pretty good morning, but you know getting information is pretty important about how it spreads. What happened I? I'm never. I've never been convinced a mask. Because ever saved anybody's life and probably has caused more harm I think the whole shutdown lock down and stay at home. Thing was much more damaging when you think about all the all the ramifications of what has happened there, so it hasn't been beneficial, but the other thing is just understanding. How the virus work. Some people say that you know. The virus is like the. Plague. It's spreading and they're gonNA kill a million people. They've backed away from that and they've decided things aren't. Anything like that and yet. They're still talk about who spreads it. And what because they're finding out that the? Statistics show when they test everybody. There's a Lotta people who test positive that they have antibody. Look bad, but it wasn't bad. It was as symptomatic. There is a question I. think remains how how dangerous were they to their neighbors and their friends were they infect in a lot of other people, and they can speculate, but who came out with a with a saying that it it probably. I doesn't spread often. If they just have a positive test title this article WHO SAYS TORONTO? Buyer seldom spreads through asymptomatic carriers and I couldn't believe that I don't think they have the last word on this because all of a sudden. Who saying well. Maybe we didn't mean that, but they've done that before. You know they say one thing and that change it and you know if we had freedom of choice and free market medicine. We didn't have this combination of medicine and the state. These issues would be would be academic in, and they would be medical and scientific, but everything is political. So this is what they're going through right now, but still was interesting because that would fit our argument that it probably never was any danger that they claimed it to be, but they had to have great danger. If they can painting people, they're gonNA. Lock you up you've. That, no matter how works..
"asymptomatic" Discussed on Reformgelical
"I can see that you're probably worth Somewhere you've been there a great so four years apart Nisshin our entire lives. I'm About for as not just the government but we been conditions Slowly been Conditioning you to accept all kinds of dislike queer agenda our shows movies. We condition all the time and in the church in particular writing Acre. Several I think a crimeline books have been writing for the church. That helped us stay currently about issues with each successive book. You know it got more and more your face. The I didn't IT HAGUE WAY. But median learning person or just not looking where it wouldn't have caught it and it's just like you know this this this this livery slope. Um landed that I think is absolutely decades of her version of events of already all kinds of things that has brought us to place where the church is essentially impotent in a lot of ways The American church is a total mess now. And we're all you know you can even see it with TV with the sitcoms back in the nineties when we were growing up in high school and how it was. There's just like certain things that were like. Oh that's outrageous and you look back at it now and that wasn't outrageous enough. There are a bunch of old traditional bigots. And you know you just go back. You look at friends and like the office. Steve Carell even said like that office would not have been made today from what it was but there were still things in the office that were getting you comfortable with conditioning and things that the world wanted you to be comfortable with but now it's not it's too far from that that's just that's a traditional you're talking about that stuff you said gay instead of whatever. The TERM IS NOWADAYS. I think your dad said something that that relates to this. It's like it's not a slippery slope anymore. It's like a cliff like yesterday like month. Things were totally different than they are this month. Words mean slow. I'd never heard Steve. Carell say the office wasn't that long ago like we just jumped off the cliff Any more that was like two years ago. Well maybe longer but you know what I mean. We have differently dot net flicks ad. Netflix is this online resource that narrow. That's the thing where you get the DVD in the mail remember making. Can you show US your blockbuster card? No you don't and I can't. You're going to be able to show your and have to explain not only what blockbuster is. Vcr's our bigger car but do have a chucky cheese play pass. But I gotTa tell you. This company is doomed. Either GONNA survive. Nothing can nothing can stop the career all right. So let's move on. I think we did a good fair covering of the corona virus. We don't talk about it too much. So tire shows over. What are you talking about being positive? You're supposed to be positive too. That's true that's true. Oh my goodness our good friend. A friend of the show out spokesman quoted the man who cannot be named or we'll all be labeled federal vision even Baptist. Apparently can be anybody. Have they come after you summer or being federal vision.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"As a result of however if we applied to build the seasonal forcing there is still a downside because it means it off to the summer the virus will start to become more effective in the current nineteen epidemic will result the second all known as they can be people get infected but never show symptoms he's a symptomatic individuals can potentially cause a problem because it would mean that there are more infectious people in the population of the models predict this means a thousand dollars for the relaxation of education white under estimate the second wave that would be expected to stop them the presence of asymptomatic individuals could also help to some lawyers because he could conceivably get more quickly to the point where the epidemic dies out naturally so called because immunity some recent studies seem to point to a larger a symptomatic population is revealed by the number of reported cases however don't be fooled they still if even if true they still lead for prevalence of individuals who ever affected of about three percent which is false more than what is needed to get to the stage of herd immunity and that is why it is very important that you well mosque the real one mosques whenever you're not at home the third on the room is that we don't actually know if one is imbued off to what has been infected if this is not the case the non models will be underestimating the progression of the epidemic you might wonder why the state of Illinois needs a such a vigorous modeling efforts although huge modeling efforts being undertaken elsewhere by larger groups with more funding and stuff the answer is yes they're also Jeffords but we don't feel that such efforts all sound scientifically as what we're trying to do here by having a consensus of different models we can better focus on the needs of the people of Illinois for example before by providing protections under device for the regions of the state be on the Chicago metropolitan area and for the hospitals as well so now let me turn over the podium to my colleague second miles off who will now describe what we have learned in detail from these models thank you.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I am asymptomatic so let's get this the whole family good everybody's good we have my eighty nine year old mother long deals with us so who lived with us so we are thinking about you know the future in the next few months and how to protect her and everybody else so we're we're one of those situations where we have some high risk you know people and so this is going to affect us differently than others but everybody is like getting accustomed to this and this is making decisions and I think people are better and better able to make decisions as they learn more and more that's it I think I think America was knocked to its knees it's getting back up no center aisle in touch about the stimulus bill specifically the defense industry have talked with David that pool and met rami this morning I'll talk with John Cornyn after this about forward funding acquisition because if they push the money out to say Northrop Grumman for the B. twenty one or whoever builds the Columbia class if they just forward appropriate all the money for all of the planes and ships that will send a signal that will reverberate down the supply chain what do you think about that well I'm it would be great you know when they pass the stimulus bill in two thousand nine member the stimulus yeah well whatever you thought about that economic policy I didn't think much of it have they gone and actually spent that on the armed forces we would have gotten some things we really needed for it so now it's a tremendous opportunity and you want to create jobs or sustain jobs good jobs that reverberate you know have a multiplier effect within the community this is a great chance now as you know you are there if you wait there's there's a lot of things we can just by you know what we can do to ramp up production but you're right we're going to have to do some some interesting in some cases difficult things in terms of up forward funding as you put it are long lead appropriations but those can be done and the appropriators need to think creatively and how they're going to do it well the way to do it I just want to be blunt issue center north of Grohman we need a hundred and eighty B. twenty ones that will cost about ninety billion dollars here is ninety billion dollars put it you are managing that investment and you owe us a hundred and eighty B. twenty one that signal would reverberate down their supply chain so dramatically that everybody involved in that supply chain would know they had a job for fifteen years Jim talent yeah I think there's no reason in principle can't be done that way what we're going to have everybody's going to have to examine how they've been doing things in there been proposals for appropriations reform particularly regarding the French for a long long time and the committees have resisted it because they like to do year by year thanks now they will do multi your packages and that sort of thing because what what Northbrook growing past the belief and have absolute confidence is that the money is there okay and you're you're you're saying one way to do it in essence just create pools of money and say it's not going to be taken for anything else but they have to believe you won't take that money back that's why you have to give it to you have to actually give it to him and then threatened to sue them for recovery if they don't deliver yeah and whether you can what you can do that or not you can you can do the same things effectively if you thinking of it so the idea is a good one you know what they're gonna do here okay they're going to provide just direct help to individuals mostly workers but not you know not only that I mean there are other people who are really hurt by this unusual they're gonna provide caster than the planet figure out exactly how to do that and then they have to provide relief for business and they're going to start I think with with programs that they know disaster relief programs are going to adjust those there are programs out there for companies that might hurt by illegal foreign dumping for example you know anti the young trade sort of relief they'll work with the models they know they'll adjust them but you're right they have to do some new things as well this would be a great one and the five hundred employee limit it's just not smart I mean there are restaurant chains I know them I I have no stock in the no financial interest they've got more they got thousands of employees all of their changer shattered that yeah and they don't qualify right and this is the difficulty with this is translating the impulse that I think people will agree on it is something that's affected because as.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"I am asymptomatic so that's it is the whole family good everybody's good we have my eighty nine year old mother long deals with us so who lived with us so we are thinking about you know the future in the next few months and how to protect her and everybody else so we're we're one of those situations where we have some high risk you know people here and so this is going to affect us differently than others but everybody is like getting accustomed to this and this is making decisions and I think people are better and better able to make decisions as they learn more and more that's it I think I think America was knocked to its knees it's getting back up no center aisle in touch about the stimulus bill specifically the defense industry have talked with David that pool and Mitt Romney this morning I'll talk with John Cornyn after this about forward funding acquisition because if they push the money out to say Northrop Grumman for the B. twenty one or whoever builds the Columbia class if they just forward appropriate all the money for all of the planes and ships that will send a signal that will reverberate down the supply chain what do you think about that well I'm it would be great you know when they pass the stimulus bill in two thousand nine member the stimulus yeah well whatever you thought about that economic policy I didn't think much of it have they gone and actually spent that on the armed forces we would have gotten some things we really needed for it so now it's a tremendous opportunity and you want to create jobs or sustain jobs good jobs that reverberate you know have a multiplier effect within the community this is a great chance now as you know you are weak there's there's a lot of things we can just by you know what we can do to ramp up production but you're right we're going to have to do some some interesting in some cases difficult things in terms of up forward funding as you put it are long lead appropriations but those can be done and the appropriators need to think creatively and how they're going to do it well the way to do it I just wanna be blood is you send a Northrop Grumman we need a hundred and eighty B. twenty ones that will cost about ninety billion dollars here is ninety billion dollars put it you are managing that investment and you owe us a hundred and eighty B. twenty one that signal would reverberate down their supply chain so dramatically that everybody involved in that supply chain would know they had a job for fifteen years Jim Taylor yeah I think there's no reason in principle it can't be done that way what we're going to have everybody's going to have to examine how they've been doing things in their own proposals for appropriations reform particularly regarding the French for a long long time and the committees have resisted it because they like to do year by year thanks now they will do multi your packages and that sort of thing because what what northern growing has to believe and have absolute confidence is that the money is there okay and you're you're you're saying one way to do it in essence just create pools of money and say it's not going to be taken for anything else but they have to believe you won't take that money back that's why you have to give it to you have to actually give it to him and then threatened to sue them for recovery if they don't deliver yeah and whether you can what you can do that or not you can you can do the same things effectively if you're thinking of it so the idea is a good one you know what they're gonna do here okay they're going to provide just direct help to individuals mostly workers but not you know not only that I mean there are other people who are really hurt by this unusual they're gonna provide cash to them to try to figure out exactly how to do that and then they have to provide relief for business and they're going to start I think with with programs that they know disaster relief programs are going to adjust those there are programs out there for companies that may hurt by illegal foreign dumping for example you know anti the young trade sort of really don't work with the models they know they'll adjust them but you're right they have to do some new things as well this would be a great one and the five hundred employee limit it's just not smart I mean there are restaurant chains I know them I I have no stock in the no financial interest they've got more they got thousands of employees all of their changer shattered that you don't qualify right and this is the difficulty with this is translating the impulse that I think people will agree on it is something that's affected because as you know some.
"asymptomatic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Are you I am asymptomatic so that's it is the whole family good everybody's good we have my eighty nine year old mother law deals with us so who lived with us so we are thinking about you know the future in the next few months and how to protect her and everybody else so we're we're one of those situations where we have some high risk you know people and so this is going to affect us differently than others but everybody is like getting accustomed to this and this is making decisions and I think people are better and better able to make decisions as they learn more and more that's it I think I think America was knocked to its knees it's getting back up no center aisle in touch about the stimulus bill specifically the defense industry have talked with David that pool and Mitt Romney this morning I'll talk with John Cornyn after this about forward funding acquisition because if they push the money out to say Northrop Grumman for the B. twenty one or whoever builds the Columbia class the biggest forward appropriate all the money for all of the planes and ships that will send a signal that will reverberate down the supply chain what do you think about that well I'm it would be great you know when they pass the stimulus bill in two thousand nine member the stimulus yeah well whatever you thought about that economic policy I didn't think much of it have they gone and actually spent that on the armed forces we would have gotten some things we really needed for it so now it's a tremendous opportunity and you want to create jobs or sustain jobs good jobs that reverberate you know have a multiplier effect within the community this is a great chance now as you know you we there's there's a lot of things we can just by you know what we can do to ramp up production but you're right we're going to have to do some some interesting in some cases difficult things in terms of up forward funding as you put it are long lead appropriations but those can be done and the appropriators need to think creatively and how they're going to do it well the way to do it I just want to be blunt issue center north of Grohman we need a hundred and eighty B. twenty ones that will cost about ninety billion dollars here is ninety billion dollars put it you are managing that investment and you owe us a hundred and eighty B. twenty one that signal would reverberate down their supply chain so dramatically that everybody involved in that supply chain would know they had a job for fifteen years Jim talent yeah I think there's no reason in principle can't be done that way what we're going to have everybody's going to have to examine how they've been doing things in there been proposals for appropriations reform particularly regarding the French for a long long time and the committees have resisted it because they like to do year by year thanks now they will do multi your packages and that sort of thing because what what Northrop Grumman has to believe and have absolute confidence is that the money is there okay and you're you're you're saying one way to do it in essence just create pools of money and say it's not going to be taken for anything else but they have to believe you won't take that money back that's why you have to give it to you have to actually give it to him and then threatened to sue them for recovery if they don't deliver yeah and whether you can what you can do that or not you can you can do the same things effectively P. thinking of it so the idea is a good one you know what they're going to do here okay they're going to provide just direct help to individuals mostly workers but not you know not only that I mean there are other people who are really hurt by this unusual they're gonna provide cast to them to try to figure out exactly how to do that and then they have to provide relief for business and they're going to start I think with with programs that they know disaster relief programs are going to adjust those there are programs out there for companies that may hurt by illegal foreign dumping for example you know anti the young trade sort of relief they'll work with the models they know they'll adjust them but you're right they have to do some new things as well this would be a great one and the five hundred employee limit it's just not smart I mean there are restaurant chains I know them I I have no stock in the no financial interest they've got more I got thousands of employees all of their changer shattered that yeah yeah and they don't qualify right and this is the difficulty with this is translating the impulse that I think people will agree on it is something that's affected because as you.