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"chris witty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That shift in their stride so the doubling of the pace of the taper and three rate hikes for 2022 and now of course it's Central Bank super Thursday really Yeah the focus switching to the ECB and the BOE but it was fascinating to see that market reaction to a very hawkish pivot as you say by J pow but also stressing the strength of the U.S. economy and some market participants saying this was an unwinding of hedges as well Optimism it seems from some market to participants that fed can get control of inflation Yeah absolutely A pal also somewhat downplayed a Macron in the U.S. here in the UK it's all anybody is talking or thinking about really another scary press conference let's put it that way In the grips of the omicron wave no one here really knows how bad it's going to be So we'll talk about that in a moment Let's go to the markets then after the Wall Street rally bonds retreated post the FOMC futures this morning both for the U.S. and Europe are up By 1.6% on your stock 50 futures a relentless China tech sell off continues though MSCI Asia Pacific index is down four tenths of 1% the CSI 300 manages a small gain of three tenths of 1% The hang sang fell as much as 1.1% at this morning The index of tech shares there losing ground for 5th day in a row the hang sang now down half of 1% Other Asian stocks have done better The Nikki two 25 up by 2.1% this morning The dollar also rising against most peers just kind of taking in what the fed has said ten year US Treasury yields I'll give you a check of that we've been steady but below one and a half percent once but four 5 5 to down by about a basis point for those benchmark U.S. yields So those are the markets Okay let's switch focus to some of the top stories that have of course taken focus this morning and on the state of amaran in the UK as Caroline was saying we have hit a record number of daily coronavirus cases 78,610 people have tested positive just in the past 24 hours prompting the government's chief medical adviser to warn against social mixing Chris whitty warned that Britain faces an inevitable surge in hospital admissions There will be an increasing number of on The Crown patients going into the NHS going into hospital going into intensive cares and the exact ratios we don't yet know But there will be substantial numbers and that that will begin to become apparent in my view Fairly soon after Christmas it'll start before then but in terms of the big numbers I think that's a reasonably I'm afraid a reasonably nailed on prospect A quarter of the new cases were reported here in London while hospitalizations across the UK were up 10% week on week and up almost a third in the capital Okay let's get more of this top story this morning our Bloomberg reporter Laura Wright is here in the London studio The UK has reached this awful milestone again What were the key takeaways then from the press conference it was Boris Johnson two plus all of the chief medical advisers Yeah another grim record for the UK cases standing at over 78,000 That's the highest since January when we were in that harsh lockdown for a few months we know omicron is now the dominant wave in London and Chris witty the chief medical officer He outlined how we are experiencing two epidemics simultaneously the delta wave is flattening but we are seeing a sharp rise in omicron The prime minister noted that hospitalizations are up 10% nationally week on week But what was notable is that the prime minister tried to paint a more upbeat tone He was talking about a vaccination record on Monday a booster inoculation record on Tuesday And he used quite militarized language to describe this vaccination deployment talking about an emerging territorial army with the military involvement and also 33,000 volunteers Chris witty however he was more realistic And I think a lot of the UK public really listened carefully to what Chris whitty has to say he talked about the lab data and how this shows that two vaccines have almost limited efficacy against this new wave of omicron and that's why it's crucial that individuals put themselves forward for their booster You mentioned that individuals must deprioritize social activities and not to over interpret data out of South Africa So what does the market reaction been so far to this news of very rapid infections in the UK Well a couple of stocks which give a barometer of the UK picture EasyJet over the last month down almost 15 percent were scared about whether further testing will come into place There's now added cost with traveling some pub stocks JD where the spoon also mitchells and butler they are both down double digits UK hospitality have conducted a survey which shows that Christmas and festive bookings how they've already seen a number of cancellations as the psychology of potentially another lockdown is filtering into the public and whip bread the owner of premier inn and beef eater down 11% over one month So we are already seeing a substantial seller from stocks that are definitely going to be affected if we see further restrictions in place Laura thank you so much Laura Wright they're giving us the latest in terms of the further UK picture that split between the government and it would seem medics at the moment for the overcrowd wave Indeed let's switch focus now to Central Bank news and start of course with the Federal Reserve stepping out the battle against red hot inflation in the U.S. officials favor raising interest rates at a faster pace next year updating their projections to three times with consumer prices rising the most in almost 40 years It's one of the fed's most hawkish pivots in years Here is a chair Jerome Powell addressing reporters after that policy announcement Problems have been larger and longer lasting than anticipated Exacerbated by waves of the virus As a result overall inflation is running well above our 2% longer run goal and will likely continue to do so well into next year The fed will also double down on tapering its bond purchases to $30 billion a month the faster pullback means its bond buying program will end in early 2022 rather than midyear as initially planned So now that we've heard from the fed it's the Bank of England's turn and for the second meeting in a row the Central Bank's policy decision is on a knife edge His Bloomberg's Lizzie burden on the challenge facing governor Andrew Bailey and company First we thought all the Bank of England needed to convince it to raise rates with strong jobs data but then came on a cron and the new restrictions And then just when you thought a December rate hike was off the table yesterday CPI print landed Inflation surged to 5.1% in November the highest in a decade and tipping past the 5% mark much sooner than the Bank of England had expected That's nudged economists to raise their forecasts for peak inflation Deutsche and KPMG now seeing 6% in April so Bloomberg economics says you can't rule out a Bank of England rate hike today The first since the pandemic crisis markets are 50 50 In London I'm Lizzie Bergen Bloomberg daybreak Europe And the Central Bank fund doesn't stop there The ECB is expected to announce the end of PEP it's special bond purchase program and the expansion of the asset purchase program today Bloomberg's Hannah George has more The ECB is expected to wind down its pandemic era bond buying program and confirm it will end as scheduled in March a regular asset purchase plan may be recalibrated to smooth the wind down but the Central Bank is faced with soaring inflation and the uncertainty of the.

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"chris witty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick check on some of the stats than the dead And I think the savagery warning I mean look at the start of the week Boris Johnson warned in the United Kingdom that there was going to be a wave a massive wave inviting people to work from home Sox different people in London telling their staff to work from home Now we've got this latest line use of overnight and inevitability of the UK health adviser saying that the surge in admissions is nailed on And this is this is the critical point This is about the break points in health systems The new COVID-19 strain is proving phenomenal and moving at a phenomenal pace according to Chris witty He's the man that stands up every night at home in the UK and gives the briefing or certainly did through the west of the pandemic But again it's all about the booster shot rollout and the vaccine coverage user Yeah that's what we're looking at here in terms of the percentage of population that will receive at least two doses This is a stark assessment And it means that the threat posed by immigrant comes on the day where we've seen these record number of cases It's going to raise further questions about the kind of steps that this government in the United Kingdom has been taking to tackle the variant And what did the national health service can withstand the surge that we've seen in infections It's a major blow There's also no doubt about that to this administration and the lack of support is something that's going to have longer term impact as well for mister Jones There's additional restrictions coming in South Korea limiting gatherings You've got Canada and vising residents there to avoid non-essential travel So again you're at record infections in the UK We'll discuss through the next 30 minutes on day rate Middle East This is Bloomberg.

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"chris witty" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on WTOP

"The new acron variant has yet to be detected in New York State it's coming So far the U.S. has reported no cases of this new variant first identified in South Africa although researchers are still determining on The Crown's transmissibility severity and potential resistance to vaccines That's fox's Jonathan seri and Israel which has already seen some cases of the new coronavirus variant is now shutting its border to tourists New rules that go into effect on Sunday Night bar all foreign nationals from Israel for two weeks In addition mandatory quarantine for vaccinated Israelis returning from abroad is being expanded and Israel's shin bet security service got the go ahead to resume tracking anyone infected with the new variant PBS Linda gradstein leaders in the United Kingdom are also on high alert about the new strain We took steps to protect the UK against the variant coming here from southern African countries and added four wall countries to the red list UK prime minister Boris Johnson announcing some precautionary measures to help stop the spread We will require all contacts of those who test positive with a suspected case of omnikron to self isolate for ten days Professor Chris witty is England's chief medical officer We expect the numbers to continue to rise around the world over the next few days That is I think virtually inevitable Stacy Lynn CBS News Bethesda based BioTech company novavax is working on a vaccine to combat the new coronavirus variant Public health officials in the U.S. and a broader worried the Akron variant could be more transmissible and resistant to current vaccines due to the 30 mutations at the spike protein This protein is the region that interacts with human cells prior to entry Novavax says its vaccine would contain the mutated spike protein in the Akron variant so individuals can develop an immune response However testing and manufacturing of the shot will likely take a few weeks The company's vaccine has received emergency approval in Indonesia and the Philippines the company has yet to file for emergency use authorization in the U.S. other vaccine developers are also currently evaluating how effective their vaccines are against the new variant Just ahead some important dates to know for holiday shipping It's 6 34 At lend the plumber we know plumbing issues can be stressful No one understands this more than our plumbers Nobody's excited to call a plumber My approach is.

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"chris witty" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Those that today's headlines back to you Tom. Thank you very much, indeed, Emma. Now, the so called delta plus variant of COVID-19 has made headlines again after a former senior U.S. health official noted that it's become increasingly prevalent here in the UK, so what do we know about the coronavirus strain and should we be concerned? Well, a man who can answer those questions for us is health and science correspondent doctor Chris Smith. He's been looking into it for us. Welcome back to the briefing Chris good afternoon to you. Now before we get into the detail, I've said it's called the delta plus variant, and I'm reliably informed that even referring to it as such can add to the confusion and should be avoided. So I should I be wrapped on the knuckles. India have decided it's a variant of concern. Other countries haven't followed suit and so there's really not a clear consensus on this at the moment. It's basically been spawned by Delta. It's a spin off an offshoot of delta. It's got some extra changes in it, including one change that shared with the variant from South Africa. And as a result of that, people are saying, well, should we be worried about this? Does it pose a threat? Because obviously we know there was some aspects of that South African variant that may be able to infect people again, also possibly undermine the performance of vaccines. But for now, really people are not sufficiently concerned to say it needs to be upgraded in status from anything other than one of those variants of which there are many that we're monitoring. They're on the sort of global viral radar screen many countries around the world have actually detected this. And so at the moment, it might just be that because the UK's got lots of coronavirus cases, this is in the mix and you're seeing more of it. Well, and to that point, we're starting after it's been funny, a strange fallow period where the big broadcasters, even the newspapers have stopped doing their kind of daily rundown of infections. We seem to be heading back into that zone, certainly here in the UK, don't we, Chris, we had, I think the highest daily total on Monday of this week since July, things are obviously ticking back up. And the fears are the suggestion from the early evidences that this strain is more trans potentially more transmissible. Yet is it a mistake though to try and equate the spike in COVID case numbers with any greater transmissibility of this strain? Yeah, I don't think we can in any way attribute that, because we already had very high case numbers. This is at the margins at the moment. In previous run ins with this variant, we haven't seen it have the apparent power to outflank outmaneuver an outpace, the existing endogenous strain, which we've got which is delta at the moment accounting for many, many, many cases, the vast majority of the cases, delta, of course, supplanted alpha the Kent variant, and that supplanted the original parental coronavirus strain. So as these things come along if they've got a reproductive transmissibility advantage, then they will quite quickly outstrip the competition. That's not happening at the moment. We don't think it has the ability to do that and also we can attribute many of the high numbers of cases to one particular sector of society. And that's younger people. If you cost your mind back about a month, Chris witty at one of the Downing Street broadcasts said, well, look, half of children of school age have had coronavirus. The other half haven't had it yet. And what he was getting at is that they're going to catch it if they don't get vaccinated. We're coming to the vaccine party quite late compared to other countries in Europe, for example. So as a result, we've got very big numbers in that particular age group. So as a result of that, we're seeing a lot of cases, but we're not seeing consequences because the vast majority of those younger people will not have a severe run in with the disease. Now, Chris, well, we have you on the line. I always like to end by asking you an essentially impossible question because I like to set you a challenge. You're a smart guy. I think you're up to the task, and my impossible question for you is exactly this. With this sort of numbers rippling through particularly as you said, younger people, school age populations and the onset of this, I don't know if this is even true. This sort of super cold so that a lot of people including myself appear to have at the moment. Do you have any better sense of where we are headed? What are we mid October now? Winters kind of around the corner. We know what happened last year. Do you have a better sense yet of how we're positioned to get through the winter months in this country in terms of dealing with COVID? Well, for COVID point of view at the moment the vaccines do work really well. And yes, there is nutrition of that protection with time, but that's what the booster program is designed to offset and head off. It stops that becoming a major problem if we boost everybody who's at highest risk we should keep our status quo, which is, we've got cases, we haven't got consequences. That doesn't mean there's grounds for complacency, though. The NHS is under pressure on several fronts. It's under pressure from the coronavirus front to maintain good infection control practices. And that's where coronavirus is a major headache for a health service, because it's not so much caring for the patients who got it. It's making sure that when we have cases of it, they don't spread to other people, including the staff. Staff absence can also be a problem when there are things like bad respiratory infections going around and flu, so obviously the government's prioritizing big flu drive with flu vaccines this year. And they've widened the scope of that vaccination program up to age 16 at the bottom end of the age scale and from the age of 50 at the top end. The aim being that we've got a vaccine preventable disease. Let's try and use those vaccines to minimize that pressure on the NHS. But really from a coronavirus point of view, I think at the moment we have to hold our nerve, because we are seeing cases we're not seeing consequences very heavily skewed towards younger people. We are trying to vaccinate them in a hurry and we're trying to treat the top end of the age spectrum with the boosters. So if we can get that done and get through enough people and get that protection into people before winter really bites, I think we have a fighting chance of Christmas staying on the table. Chris, thank you very much. Good answer. That was monocles ever excellent health and science correspondent doctor Chris Smith joining us here on the briefing.

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"chris witty" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"'cause i don't think i really focused in on that. But they now literally have them on the labels the very thing that we were censored for talking about before was accepted right. That's that's the celtic part of this. So it's acceptable now. There are allowed to kind pointed out right. And that's why you get these quasi conversations. Well it's super rare nolan. Old young boys nope. That's not true guys. that's just not true. Their data shows you. It goes more than a normal amount all the way up the fifty years old yes in males to but even even females have a higher risk all the way up to thirty like this is such a self serving argument and you get these quasi independence out there. There are suddenly talking about it that they're towing the line. Well it's rare and it only young males and expose. They're doing a great job on this topic. I'm talking about those out there. They're just tapping into this now because acceptable. That's not what we should be listening to. It's part of the story and it's super limited in about six months late now. We're staring at the reality. Both jabs had warnings added even though we were censored for talking about it all the way in the beginning. It says couple. The above with the fact that chris witty the chief medical officer for the uk overruled the joint committee vaccination and a musician by writing to the government to tell them they should offer the pfizer vaccine all healthy children over the age of twelve. Who cares what our expert panel says. It's a word dumb conspiracy theorists challenged what they say and the panel of experts agree with what we say. They dismissed and do what they want anyway. So who's the experts here. Who were the crazy ones. It says then you may see the following report from bbc in a rather more disturbing light at sixteen years old. I was diagnosed by the way you can hear. A heartbeat and background is just propaganda heart condition. Which means i have to be really careful with my health. At tennessee such.

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"chris witty" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"The uk's chief medical officers gave their verdict on whether corona virus vaccines should be offered to twelve to fifteen year olds so overall assessment is combining the marginal but assessed benefit the jc made in digital level taking on board additionally. This is around education. Our view was the benefit exceeded the risk to a sufficient degree that we are recommending to ministers in all four nations that they make a universe or offer and i want to stress the word offer of vaccination to children twelve to fifteen in addition to the ones that have already been given it england's chief medical officer chris witty they're one of the reasons that the j. c. Vi the group responsible for advising on uk vaccine policy struggled to provide a clear recommendation on the vaccines for children and hence referred the question. Back to the chief. Medical offices is because the vaccines carry a small risk off. A side effect called myocarditis. The rate at which this occurs is not much higher than the rate that we expect to see the general population anyway and it occurs more often in unvaccinated people who go onto develop current of ours infection compared with those who protected by a vaccine. So what is myocarditis and is it a major threat for young people or are we worrying about it too much. Tricia sing is a cardiology researcher. Looking at myocarditis ediborah's royal infirmary say mike. Isis is inflammation of heart muscle. Usually when we see patients in hospital. They usually present with most commonly chest. Pain breathlessness palpitations. However some people may not very many symptoms at all when people have this to seek. Get better to get worse. Does it stay the same in most people in my kodak is does get better and a johan muscle recovers and the inflammation settles down. A very small percentage can go onto having fed problems down the line but very very small percent. Do we know what causes it. The most common cause of myocarditis is usually following a viral infection. Now this can be a flu. Virus it can be a tummy bug skin infections. Less common causes a micoud. Itis can include medications. it has been noticed in vaccines. Not just the kuban. Nineteen vaccine but also in the past we've seen in smallpox and also influenza vaccines can people who who catch the new corona virus. Get it is one of the consequences of crime vars infection so we have seen patients who unfortunately have developed curbing nineteen infection have also had cases where they will develop an my cod itis. But do we know what's actually going on if you were to look at the heart when an individually suffering with a case of myocarditis what is actually happening. That's making those symptoms and making the hot behave in that way. That very much depends on the mike If it's for example viral infection related. What's happening is that all your inflammatory cells that your body normally releases when it's fighting infection infiltrate the heart muscle and cause inflammation in the muscle itself. And that is the heart. Muscle is what causes the symptoms. And so we think that there is some people who when they get vaccinated the immune response they make the vaccine does the same thing as though they were infected with the virus real and inflammatory response spills over temporarily into the heart. I think the difficulty with vaccine related microdyne. Just if we're not entirely show the process in which it causes my cod isis. And there's lots of theories are one of them. Is that your immune system. Kinda goes into hyper drive and as a result in my cod isis. It's happening to mole boys than girls do. Do you think that that's a real thing or do you think that that that actually is a statistical artifact is just that we happen to have detected more cases in males than females so far actually a genuine thing so my cod is is in general Even when it's no vaccine related is far more common in young people young under the age of thirty and far more common in men what then all the implications for for vaccination in the context of the new crime virus in young people. Do you think that is happening enough that we should worry or do you think that it's broadly self-limiting not really a problem and therefore it shouldn't receive the kind of prominence. It has a we blowing this out of proportion majority of my catis is self limiting and people have a very good prognosis down the line. I wouldn't say that we're blowing it out of proportion. But what i would is you know the number of cases that we're seeing which vaccine related a is very very small and be. I think it's a balance of risk and benefit that you get from the back scenes. And i think the benefit we're getting from vaccines is much higher currently compared to be Number cases that we're seeing which are vaccine related. What we have seen is the chief medical officer said. We're going to give children one dose. Some people are interpreting. That's because the cases of cod itis have been more common off. The second dose is that they're just saying one dose because we're going to see what happens often dose. We might not need to give anyone anymore boosters or are they actually acting on the fact that it does appear to be this slight increase in numbers after the second dosen. That's why they've taken. That was a cautionary step. Probably combination of both. and. I think we've seen less my coaches in general than we do in the last year and i suspect a lot of that is because of the effects of down. We haven't seen as many people with flu symptoms and similarly. We haven't seen nine people in my code. I and i think with giving the single vaccinating children at least for the time being is probably a combination. That's fascinating that you'll saying we've actually less myocarditis at the moment than we would expect to seasonally anyway could At least a proportion of the association with Apparently the vaccine marcotte itis beam..

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"chris witty" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Pretty strong stuff. Yes and yes at the end. I'm willing to go the police to make this statement so absolute. Guess how the mainstream media in australia reacted to this. I'm they tore strips off a no absolute silence for the most part literally omerta. Nobody wants to talk about it. So they're gonna leave united australia clive. Palmer craig kelly to shout about this from social media and the press conferences. But they won't actually pick this story op. So gladys is She's got a few problems. Let's just take a look here. She is zero kovic urging killian premiere of new south wales. And so here is her. A former were told. Partner of boyfriend is named daryl maguire and he was after a grant a for a believes the clay target association or something australia for develop a property development. Deal after a government grant There was helped along by gladys herself. So she's being investigated for this conflict of interest corruption scandal and it seems that there's leaning going on on her by lobbyist from astrazeneca adviser to push this double drab zero kovac policy so There there is some activity going on behind the scenes. Apparently here it's definitely a scandal. She's not happy talking about this in public. Mike so It's very interesting. So i think in all countries whether it's the uk whether it's australia whether it's canada whether it's the united states there are forces that are Above and behind government putting pressure on individual politicians who compromised. Okay probably the most compromised politician in united states. History is sitting in the presidency right now. With more sort of a potential criminal probes scandals just rank corruption Really through his whole career but in recent years especially with the ukraine joe biden. So it's no surprise. That joe biden is running hell for leather. He might have been told similar things. Yes that The only way to make the hundred biden scandal. Go away or what you did in the ukraine or how much money. You profited from china or ukrainian side deals is to push this double jab zero kovic policy. So i mean that's not out of the realms of possibility there so i think this is This is extremely interesting. Now we're beginning to see where some of the pressure of points are happening from behind the scenes and certainly big farmers playing a big role in that. yes out. of course one of the things. That big pharma definitely does not want to see is ivermectin making any kind of progress. as a prophylactic treatment for covert nineteen Until the bbc What inspired to do this. But they have put ross atkins one of their reporters onto this wire people using a horse druggist what they were asking Yesterday and they have a ten minute video clip. Which i'm not gonna four stunt anybody throats today but here's ross atkins in the began by saying a drug called. Ivermectin is being touted as a way of treating cove nineteen out. Of course they make a huge deal about The fact that it's many people who are taking ivermectin an dosage which has been Packaged up for horses and other animals under this is problematic. He does admit halfway through this particular case That's a huge number of doctors in the united states. Are giving prescriptions for ivermectin. So there is prescription ivermectin going at no point in this video. Does he talk about the french. Trials the successes and fronts. Us charles as well right. So why is this being pushed through the abc right at this moment. I'm just going to suggest that it's related to the ongoing ivermectin investigation by the At least inspired by the british government. But it's called the principal trial and if we if you remember when this was launched What was said by professor. Chris butler from oxford university. Ivermectin is readily available. Globally has been in wide use for many other infectious conditions. So it's a well known medicine with a good safety profile for people yes. Humans is not a horse drug exclusively used as an anti parasitic for for A Husband tree and so forth. But it's been used with humans for a number of conditions for years. Yes with very disingenuous for this. Bbc reported to call it. A voice struck totally. It was a total price of piece of propaganda. But anyway he chris butler went on the sam because of the early promising results in some studies not mentioned in the bbc coverage. It's already being widely used to treat kobe thousand hundred and several countries By including offer back to the large scale trial like principle we hope to generate robust evidence to determine high affect the treatment is against cove nineteen and whether there are benefits or harms associated with. Its use So But we've got to remember well first of all Here is Chris witty paper on ivermectin. So i just want to remind everybody that. Of course the chief scientific officer is our chief medical officer. Sorry is certainly familiar with the drug. Because he worked on it Produced a paper as a result of it. I'll just blow the the attribution that. You can see. The chris witty was involved in that trial. But of course we've got to remember that we've the uk has run other trials on prophylactics treatments for Cove nineteen not least hydroxy chloroquine. Here's reuters uk hall style of hydroxy chloroquine as useless for covert nineteen patients and the problem with. This trial was That they basically overdosed. Massively overdosed the recipients of the drug and many people ask the question was that on deliberately in order to discredit the drug. If you want to get background on the hydroxy colloquially scandal then to look for that on the uk color website in davis wrote a fantastic article on this which goes through the the timeline of what happened over the drugs. Chloroquine trials in the uk is that what's going to happen. Ivermectin are the bbc preempting about by Pushing that disgraceful piece of what they described as journalism. I suggest there is a connection there and the the overdosing Trial for hydroxy chloroquine. That was the basis for a paper which was published by the lancet. yes Which was put out went. Global on mainstream media jumped on it and then they quietly retracted it because it was a fraudulent Paper basically the study was absolutely fraudulent and designed to demonize hydroxy chloroquine. I'm going to say this about the ivermectin. There's two reasons why they're jumping on ivermectin right now. Really hard on the mainstream media. One is because joe rogan. A popular podcast. Her and celebrity. In the united states heat supposedly contracted cove it took ivermectin and found it to be helpful and so forth and he's recovered from kovin so they went into absolute damage control. Full court press horse drug this these doing skits jokes about joe rogan being a horse and so forth so they went crazy because they didn't want that sort of really impressionable demographic especially which are males between eighteen and thirty five or the people who really follow joke people like joe rogan. They didn't want them to get in their head that there's treatments available Support for for kovin. Okay so the problem is if there are treatments available whether they'd be ivermectin or hydroxy chloroquine that basically destroys the emergency use authorization Gimmick that governments have been using to push untested and unproven experimental injections or vaccines out into the public and flood the global market. Because there's no other treatments available no at home treatments no early treatments for cove in nineteen so with treatments. Then you don't need to say that the world needs to be vaccinated and hit hit bill. Gates's target of a eight seven billion people or whatever his target is which he is an ordered all of these other governments to sort of try and meet as well with the pharmaceutical industry. So no treatments only vaccines if you have lots of different treatments different treatment protocols which a lot of doctors have been trying to raise the alarm on and talk about then obviously it kills the case for universal jabs. Okay so it kills the microsoft business model which the pharmaceutical companies are trying to push on a global population where you need updates for viruses every Every week or every month or every six months or whatever that's the microsoft business model now has taken over the the pharmaceutical space and date..

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"chris witty" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"See west ham in europe. So i can't. I can't really no conscience and they hate it when you take him monday as well say oh. I'm getting on good mike night. Now she's in the seventies and she's flipping a mazer. She really sore a few years ago. She is so great I'm going to see the simon and garfunkel story next saturday. It's very good. I've seen of you. yes see. it's very. I've got a spare ticket because the person i was going with doesn't want to go so i've got to say Yeah i've actually had a bit of a binge of booking concert tickets are going to see erasure and blancmange gain to see texas. I mean grey see other one on a da straits. Oh i loved eighties. Strobe back yard forty full now with him so he's no positive anymore we know but anyway. That's in january writes I think we had better move on to something more political. Let me get my list up. jobs for children. Now i don't know what to think about this because it seems to be no to the scientists because they're really split down the middle and they well they do know what to think about it to be fed the j. c. v. I have a ream it. The is about whether or not the risks to an individual taking the vaccine outweigh are outweighed by the benefits for the individual and what they have said from looking at the science and any side effects is there is a marginal benefit to children between twelve and fifteen of having the vaccine so so they're not saying it's dangerous for children they're saying there is a marginal benefit but it's so marginal that it's not strong enough for them to recommend that it should happen so then i suppose what we always was happening you. Then essentially chris witty and the other medical chief medical officers have been tasked to take a broader view of whether or not the benefits to others of restricting the transmission and transmissibility of the of the virus whether or not the benefit children of not losing education is sufficient to make it something that should happen. And i think all the signs seem to be that they will probably sachet that they think is therefore worthwhile. That's a difficult one for politicians. Isn't it because when you've said we're following the signs we fully on science. I haven't followed this in great detail. But i did see some tweets yesterday particularly from julia hartley brewer and she she was saying thank god for the jc by these people are talking sense. Anything will walk. The what's going to happen now is being onslaught if the governor go ahead with this. They'll be an onslaught save that they're ignoring the science and as you just explained they wouldn't be ignoring the science but it's quite difficult one because there's mixed messaging again isn't it and it is particularly difficult because one of the when i got back from my holidays one of the most depressing things.

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"chris witty" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"It's heart in the right place because if they're just wanting to be better than france for example is becoming more of a headline-grabbing thing rather than for the kids involved so letting us headline-grabbing i think what you're saying is the government and i think opinion precinct cabinet is fairly divided on our bags nation. But i think when they looked the fat for example today we hit israel now has the highest you know rapid rising cova cases. The countries ahead of us in terms of vaccinations. So i think as we learn more and vaccinations don't guarantee everything. I didn't see much necessary by achieving hood. Immune t some doubt doubt that you can even do that. But i think there is now a consensus that vaccination children will help. If you don't vaccinate children at schools will continue to be a hotbed for copa cases and evidence vaccinated. You look at the figures already. Seeing the number of people in hospitals he at some devastating many views vaccine. So how'd you lemon. That and i think this is seen as a practical step. I think where it clearly is going to come up with some issues. Even though polling has suggested there is support for it. Generally is the fact that he was helpful. Is it helping society controlling the caveat. Breaker is helping the individual child. And i think this sense of young children taking one for the heard is changing in a way of how we looked at vaccination the past but i think a way because everyone is so wound down by the past year and a half and a pandemic. I wonder if they might have more support as a way to control it in the future particularly when we're getting concerns about vaccines fading but when it comes to the the medical committee while they haven't yet approved at i do think it's the case of water due to the individual which is while they haven't made a decision yet and also head. If i think we've let chris witty and gentleman vandamme in save saj. Well you need to make you need to think. What does it giving that child. And i think that's a perspective which obviously when the government of planning they're thinking more about society also in question which is the jc all just responsible for the clued vaccination campaign. They're responsible for all the vaccine campaigns in the uk. And i think one of the things that you hear privately from people close to j. c. Is that look you just joint stick. Vaccinations for twelve year olds for covert interests debate. What is the fact that that might have on other vaccination campaigns for children but something that ministers grant really think you about administer often came out schools coming up this week and next week..

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"chris witty" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on FT Politics

"Which is also the point when the nhl painting apple no longer happen if you'll double vaccinated and then obviously it starts to come down. And by september when schools go back and officers stopped to go back past the worst third wave and hopefully past was the pandemic that right and do you think that's possible based on the data on what we're hearing. I do think it's possible absolutely. And i think the thinking particularly of polite chris witty is that we need to get this exit. Wave dom before the nhs staunch suffering all. It's normal sort of winter. Travails as you know this. Sort of the the annual winter crisis for the. Nhs comes by with the regularity of little christmas day itself so the thought of having to cope with both still highly covy cases and probably a very bad flu season because we didn't have one at all last year and respiratory infections in children. At one of the same time. I think is you know we could be truly catastrophic. So i understand the reasoning absolutely and i think it could happen. I suppose the counter-argument is perhaps we could have afforded to have given it another few weeks but anyway the government has taken the decision. it has. I think it's striking though. How the language of a reverse reversibility seems to me to have been sort of significantly diluted. Boris johnson was asked at the press conference on monday. He would he sort of stand by that idea that this has to be the final shrugging off of restrictions and he was notably more downbeat about that. And when you look at what's happened in the netherlands for example this a really alarming precedent there. Which is they opened up the nightclubs about three weeks ago and the infections i think they were one stage doubling every couple of days. The situation became so alarming that they've had to reimpose restrictions. There will on now finding robert. I'm just a cast bianco code for moment. It's been a bumpy political week. Football is johnson. Because obviously this is not the freedom day that he wanted. And this very temperate. Language is not the prime minister's natural instinct asshole one. You could see it in the way he was living. The press conferences really just walls. This not what he wants to be doing at this juncture in the pandemic but then also the government's finds on the back foot with the issue about racism and the black lives matter movement with several members of the england. Football criticizing Town the government. Full stoking the fires of the backlash that we've seen with his dreadful racist abuse towards the players. It feels his web about to go into some recess. Boris johnson in his little bit of a precarious place. At the moment. We could all lost a lot of money calling the peak of boris johnson. He's a man who's consistently confounded us but it does feel to me like we might be at the place where it's hold see how things get any better for him than they were in april may when he was writing the vaccine wave and people were praising him and he seemed untouchable again in his party. Not just he's about some massive precipitous decline. But i think we're seeing again. The boris johnson that we saw around this time last year where people asking questions that not too. Sure that seeing fallibility again the normal Mp's have about the direction being taken them. Lots of ordinary things like planning housing neglecting are coming back to the full and ramp is i spoke to. I think i mentioned this. The podcast last week and missing. Who's thought it was a clever idea to get into an argument with the england team ahead of a major national tournaments in which the team was like at least quite well that was never going to end well for the conservative politician for the conservative leadership. I mean when you look at pretty patel tongues. Actually when she was asked him about people let alone saying that the taking the news gesture politics when she asked him whether it was okay for people to jeer. The england team she goes. It's a massive for them and you have to say what kind of political wins. Does this show you that. You couldn't say well. I don't think we should be sharing all boys. Whatever i think about taking the knee. So i think there's been a certain degree of weightlessness which conserve. Mp's of noted and start. So we need to worry a little bit more again. I think you know what. I johnson getting quite a hard time from kissed Questions on this week and so you just see the beginning of those old doubts emerging. I'm not suggesting he's about to go into a precipitous decline. But i do wonder if we look back at the spring of this year as being the highpoint of his premiership and tons of popularity indeed in with the awesome coming up with plenty more ahead not much could be the case. And obviously we shall. We say that we in boston so many times before and so many times think this is what he's going to come up always finds way bouncing factor the any of us to that all seven boba. Thank you leveling up is supposed to beat. The defining mission of the johnson government.

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"chris witty" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on The Leader

"Monday brings us freedom day when almost all the laws around social distancing removed in england. London can open up pubs. Restaurants theaters can bring more people in. There is a lot to celebrate. The end of the kaduna virus. Pandemic is not on that list. We are not by any means out this woods. Yes on this much. Better shape due to the vaccine program drugs in a variety of other things that this has got a long way to run in the uk and it's even further to run globally painless chief medical officer. Chris witty to pardon a webinar organized by the science museum which he also said the country could get into a lot of trouble very quickly if care is taken. One of the biggest concerns is about the low take-up of vaccinations by young people in london. This weekend a huge push to encourage all.

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'Quite Scary': UK's Top Medic in Warning Over COVID Outlook

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

'Quite Scary': UK's Top Medic in Warning Over COVID Outlook

"Britain's top medical adviser is worried about rising curve it nineteen infection numbers Chris witty has told a weapon at the was hosted by London's science museum that's the number of people in hospital with the coronavirus in Britain could reach quite scary levels within weeks as cases soar as a result of the rapid spread of the new contagious delta variant on the lifting of lockdown restrictions his comments come in the wake of government figures showing that's new coronavirus infections have struck another six month high and the number of people in hospital with Kobe nineteen and subsequently dying are at the highest level since March this year Charles Taylor this month London

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"chris witty" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"Or wrong jerry. A wrong Those you know. Those numbers are headed. In the wrong direction they're also an exponential growth lacked The relationship is weaker. But it's still there and what all of us needs to remember is that you won't be talking but music gazing an epidemic You know we we. We always refer to january. You're right so At our experience of an epidemic remember. That's that was still just a taster. You know we. That was a few weeks of relaxation in advance of christmas. We do put on the emergency brake and we still saw what happened. So we talk about mitigating the impacts of wave. We're talking mitigating. The impact of a wave on a scale that we haven't seen before so So the those kind of those mystic scenarios model de by by those are closeable and You know they're not they're not wrong and that is possible and we. We need to be aware of that Look at where we are You know we've seen this before by the time you actually see those To the hospital the really feeling. We're already in trouble. We've already got east. Another ten days at the same thing in in terms of cases and much longer in terms of hospitalizations and then i'm just so concert up with younger people. The risk is not so much hospitalization or death. It's long long-term You beulah tation. And i live my life. I've had a great life. You know like a hit by a bus tomorrow No complaints not help their lives themselves. So pie mess around johnny. Lastly before i let you go there's a breaking story from the uk there chief medical officer. Chris witty has just said that. England could be back in lockdown in five weeks. He said if hospital admissions begin to double which they looked like they may and the rollers vaccine wasn't topping out. Depend democ then. Five six seven or eight weeks time. The prime minister may need to look again at restrictions. They're still going for broke. Boris still going for broke on monday. Will he regretted cherry. A lot of people will Whether he will learn us I'm not so sure but it certainly going in. It's reckless and it's kind of a russian roulette except somebody else holds the gun and could we regress. It's more important than Well i if we keep going the way we are then then yes we will have regrets and you know just the first to focus on you know look at the opportunities that are there to just get out of this. We all want to be. I was and you know when we let these opportunities to get away from us You know stops at tragedy particularly taken by what you said to me. Earlier that we did eliminate the the wild version and we did eliminate alpha. We got there this time last year. We'd twelve cases in a day nationally. That's as close to gama. Unfortunately alpha we welcomed into the country and delegate. I i used to prefer whom we knew they were coming from rather than just. The greek by greek was never great jerry. Listen thanks as always for being with us today. That's professor jerry. Lean corks nine hundred six fm..

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"chris witty" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Fourth of July. Gatherings confirmed infections climbed into an average of about 23,600 a day on Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University. All but two states, Maine and South Dakota reported case numbers have gone up over the past two weeks. At the same time, parts of the country are running up against deep vaccine resistance, while the highly contagious Mutant version of the coronavirus that was first detected in India accounts for an even larger share of infections. Nationally, 55.6% of all Americans have received at least one dose of the Covid 19 vaccine, according to the CDC. The five states with the biggest two week jump in cases per capita all had lower vaccination rates. Missouri, Arkansas, Nevada, Louisiana and Utah. Meanwhile, the health Department in Mississippi, which ranks dead last began blocking posts about Covid 19 on its Facebook page. Because of a rise of misinformation about the virus and the vaccine across the pond. The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that most restrictions that will be lifted on Monday but He insisted that caution still needs to be taken The timing of the of the third wave and and where we are. I think it was Chris put it very, very well. Which was that there isn't a an optimal Time. Um, but I think that the reality is that both, uh deaths and hospitalizations sadly going to to rise whenever You gave and unlocking of the kind that we are, and we simply master we as as Chris puts it, there will be an exit wave and we simply have to To recognize that the chief medical officer Chris Witty, said family should avoid unnecessary meetings with other households with normal life. Returning only very slowly. Johnson called for continued mask wearing and busy indoor settings such as trained supermarkets in cinemas, and he urged firms not to order staff back to their desks despite the lifting of the formal work from home guidance. Ethics watchdogs are raising concerns as a gallery plans to sell Hunter Biden's art this fall, valuing some of the first time artist paintings up to $500,000. Now it's not so much the price. But the deal the White House reportedly made to keep the buyers secret. And as many questioning why it was made in the first place. Walter Shop was director of government ethics under former President Obama, He told NBC News not not disclosing who is buying hunters Art Is the problem. The right thing to do would have been for White House ethics officials to try to talk the president into begging his son not to go through with this sale, the Children president said, the absolute right to pursue a career but as citizens of this country, they really have a moral and ethical duty not to trade on their parents Public service This is an amateur mistake because there's no way to control what the purchaser's dude they can go out and tell the world that they bought this heart. The American people deserve the opportunity to be able to track whether or not these purchasers are getting preferential access to government. The art agreement will have the owner of the gallery, hosting the auction, a set the prices receive all bids and select the buyers, according to Washington Post. The gallery owner will also be responsible for keeping the buyer information Anonymous from both Hunter Biden and the White House. And for denying sales, too suspicious buyers and buyers who offer above the asking price. Along a lighter note this morning on the diamond, a showcase for show high. Otani also became the grand stage for Vlad Guerrero Jr Otani unleashed his 100 mile per hour heat while pitching a perfect inning for the win in becoming baseball's first to weigh all star and gorilla rocked Coors Field with a 468 ft home run. Says the L breezed to a 52 victory Tuesday night, its eighth straight over the NL Guerrero at 22 became the youngest M V P in all Star Game history. But the sports entire focus was on Otani from the get Go. The 27 year old right hander in his fourth big league season, leads the majors with 33 homers. He's four and one and 13 starts as a pitcher. We haven't seen that kind of two way performance since Babe Ruth in 1919 when he hung up the mound to largely focus. On slugging. Meanwhile, USA Basketball finally made it look easy again. Kevin Durant and Bradley Beal each had 17 as the Americans took control from the outset, beating Argentina one away to 80 Tuesday night in a bounce back game. They avoided what would have been the first three game losing streak. This era of NBA players representing USA Basketball. The tension seemed to boil over after the team was booed off the court Monday night in Las Vegas following their second straight exhibition defeat. Head coach Gregg Popovich taking offense at the line of questioning after the game. Let me also answer that question. You know, you asked the same sort of questions the same. Family of question last time where you assume things that are not true. When you just mentioned, you know, blowing these teams out. This never happened. So I don't know where you get that. Could I finish? Can I finish? That's not true. Your average market I finish my statement, like 30 points and those two and those last determines. How can I Can I finish my statement? When you talked? You told me that it's not true. But I'm telling you your average mark. Are you going to let me finish my statement or not? So you'll be quiet now, while I talk, and then I'll listen to you. When you make statements about In the past, just blowing out these other teams number one. You give no respect to the other teams, and I talked to you last time about the same thing. We've had very close games against four or five countries have been all these tournaments, so the good teams do not get blown out. There are certain games that might happen in one of the tournaments in the world Championship, the Olympics where somebody gets blown out, but in general Nobody's blowing anybody out for the good teams. So when you make a statement like that, it's like you assume that's what's going on. Prior to this summer, the U. S men's team had lost only twice in 56 exhibitions since 1992 when the Dream team began When NBA players were first permitted to play in the Olympics, however, the Americans shot 51% Tuesday night in beating Argentina for the 10th consecutive times since the loss at the Oh four Athens Olympics. A lot of these international teams have NBA stars on them so It's not so much a stretch for Team USA to lose nowadays, Um it was in the past, but nowadays not so much when you have teams like Nigeria. And Australia and again as I mentioned they have NBA superstars on those teams as well. Nigeria coached by an NBA coach, so It's not out of the realm of possibility, but Still when you got that jersey on, and, uh you know, you should win more breaking news on the way on this Wednesday morning. It is the 14th Day of July..

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"chris witty" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

UK Column Podcasts

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts

"Big tech partners. What are they actually doing. Amongst all of this crisis are implementing and authored a permanent authoritarian system. As the end of democracy. He lose free speech. You can lose everything. Okay on mondays program then We brought you the news the hr. I had released their new business plan and how they're going to help. The industry developed the life. Sciences industry developed on then on wednesday. We brought you the uk government's announcements about the latest developments on how they see the life sciences industry building in the uk Well we've got more news today because you'll be glad to know that the uk is not offering genomic sequencing capacity and capability to pakistan. My why would they be doing that. Patrick well this is part of the new the new variant assessment platform. Mvp and stop This is a program Which will help Pakistan to draw on uk expertise and support to detect quickly new and potentially more more dangerous variations of covert nineteen. So this is all by pakistan being able to develop to find the delta variant within their country but also We've got a new. The lambda lambda very. We've got iota coming Not too far iota. Yeah that'll be. The good one will a day interesting. No wouldn't be able to find it okay so when iota not one iota so The uk is a world leader Genomic sequencing for covert variance and the second largest contributors the international database for the variance through this agreement They are going to share expertise and provide reagents to increase genomic sequencing capacity in pakistan The support will also include technical advice of bioinformatics workflow at technical processes. So just so everybody knows. The new variant assessment platform is a program on spy sectors did for health and january this year to offer. Uk support globally tsarskoye to New variant identification programs in countries that wish to monitor the variant circulating and their populations but do not themselves have the capability to identify those variants. So high could go wrong. We'll just like with pr with this. New layer of detection super-duper protection mike To find anything anything whatsoever that they can find and then run it through their system whether it's through cr whether it's due genome sequencing to provide the evidence that there are cases running amok okay. Meanwhile the same the genetic fragments that they are Picking up and these are always amongst us always in society throughout history in fact how did we survive as a race my counted we make it this far. No idea this many million years without all of these great tools of bio informatics. How did we even survive but The delta fares appeared of messed up the olympics. Well yeah it was all going swimmingly. Well mike The japanese spent a few billion preparing for the olympics. And then all of a sudden the bio information's got out there. Pcr tests and they found out the delta variant was on the loose in tokyo. so guess what. They're banning all spectators from any olympic venues in and around tokyo because they surge in cases allegedly this is the delta variant. They're probably using the same methodology that imperial college with using in that last study i wouldn't doubt it for a second here. We go the latest state of emergency. Scare is a direct result of an increase in testing and computer model predictions about the possible spread of an alleged delta variant with health. Experts claim is surging through the tokyo metropolitan area. That sounds pretty scary. Doesn't it mike. Yes but if there wasn't any. Pcr testing the stadiums would be fooled. Because guess what what did we see in wembley The other night. Did you see all the fans pouring out of the stadium. While i intentionally didn't but i'll share there were there. I've never seen so many people. So tightly packed in one space ever and also the stadiums in europe generally full during the tournament. And so i mean there's no problem or risk so they're literally manufacturing an extension of the pandemic so this would just never end until people put their foot down and say enough is enough. This is just getting ridiculous. So i feel really bad for japan and this is the most masked country in the world may be more. People were masks in japan. So apparently doesn't stop the delta. No doesn't stop the delta but as we said llamas on the way the lambda variant nas one to really be worried about mike. The lambda variant not to be confused with the lombardo variant. That will be coming out of brazil. in not too not too long from now but lambda latte room. What is reminding of member this film revenge of the nerds. Mike in in the eighties. One of the great classic eighties from lambda lambda lambda. That was the fraternity of the nerds. So this is But we we did a little bit of a mike an update on the lambda lambda lambda fraternity there. And what do we have there. You have chris witty there in the left of course billy goats In the middle mark zuckerberg and below. That is an actual proper accurately scaled size of anthony foul. She not to be confused with a young mel brooks there. So lambda lambda lambda. So it is really revenge of the nerds. They want in the end. Mike this this film was so prescient. That what we've witnessed over the last fifteen months mike is a revenge of the nerds The nerds have taken over led by hair gates and hair schwab and all the rest of these characters. They literally hijacked government and public life. I mean we joke about it but it's actually horrific What has happened but coming back to the genetics. Sacred thing Story for a second. This is another great example of life. Sciences industry in the uk pressing forward. Now this genomics england still getting lots and lots of emails from people saying that not on caucus the biggest shareholder genomics england. Well that's not quite correct. Because he's lost his job as everybody knows in fact. It's the secretary of state for health. Which is the shareholder of genetics england. So i mean such java's and you won't and he will be until he leaves the role and then the next person will take over in that position but anyway this is a new dialogue Finds support for the whole genome sequence sequencing of newborns providing that the right safeguards on resorces aren't bliss so. I wonder what those safeguards might be. Let's have a look at what they're saying. It would be acceptable to identify a wider set of conditions in the current newborn screening program if the impact the infant in early childhood and if their treatments and interventions secure prevent slow progression or personalized treatment. So they'd be okay to go ahead with genomic sequencing if you identify genetic ailments in infant son's it would be fine as long as there's a cure or prevention or some kind of way to slow the progression or to personalise treatments. Are they going to say the genetic constantly mental health assistance must be available to those who receive a diagnosis But we're talking about the genome sequencing of newborns so not clear where they get mental health assistance at that stage genetic counseling so what you see is because mental health is genetic issue. Is that what they're inferring. It seems like it's possible. A comprehensive genetic database should be established so people from ethnic minority backgrounds are not disadvantaged by receiving more uncertain or less accurate diagnosis and the rest of the population. Inclusivity inclusivity in equity equity in our genetic surveillance yes and then the full complexities of whole genome. Exigency must be recognized with consent processes including its implications for the wider family that twenty-first-century families come in many forms I see okay And then the while parents give consent on behalf of the newborn the child may have a different view as they grew up including on genomics data being used for research. So i'm not clear what that means that. There's going to be some kind of a mechanism that as you grew up. If you've had your whole genome sequenced when you were a baby that you then have the right for that data to be deleted. I'm not clear that that's really what they're saying Sorry i've made a mistake with the animation there but then the final one is the screening test. has potential to look for many more conditions than current new newborn screening tests. It could be expanded under those circumstances and this is the final one. Then if consensus so sought for genome did it to be used for search. 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"chris witty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"chris witty" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We're back freetalklive. Six zero three two eight threes. Sixty one sixty that is six zero three two eight three six one six zero Sitting in the chair. This tonight i am rich. E rich. along with tyler and mark our whole array of first hosts are either unavailable or ill. I'm sorry i'm the only one left. Well you're getting a promotion to this. Is the battlefield promotion you've gone from co host host tonight and i think you've done fine job appreciate that i'm gonna i'm gonna give myself cheap plug real quick. Then go right ahead please I do podcast. every week. Called the anarchist experience and of course experience dot com. And on my own podcast. I am director. I tear so no experience. Doing this live on the radio but that podcast is in its seventh year at this point so i'm not why i had no fear. Okay i'm i'm not unskilled at this just knew at some of the technology that we're using tonight. I think we've exhausted that last conversation more had We started the show with kovic lockdowns being lifted in belgium in belgium and i kind of teased in the uk. And we went off the rails. A little bit with you tyler. That tees got way to continue nano are like it didn't say it wasn't on the tin foil hat. Whenever i get an opportunity yeah basically encapsulating. It is at some point or another of the vaccines that we have to take for every day life because everybody is so terrified will soon have drugs that make us all infertile and we have to go to the governments in order to have kits and you know when we had when we started that conversation. There was a different train of thought that i want to go down oregon. Skip it because it's no longer not here nor there But britain will treat. Covid like the flu says chris witty. Why it's not the flew flew you like orange hitler. Now the reason this ties in it's completely different than the phone. No a flu. It's not some kind it's a cold. Yeah the reason this tied into the conversation was because one of the points you may tyler was that the current virus covid wasn't going anywhere and it was just going to be a prolonged thing right and i think this article from the telegraph is in no uncertain terms. Admitting that by saying that which is going to treat like the flu. Which means you get your you get your flu vaccine every year you get your covid vaccine every year and just par part of the new normal and normal life. Well that's that's something important to remember. Was this all. Started with two weeks to flatten the curve. Yeah and now. We're in this vietnam style quagmire. We're like what are we trying to accomplish right. We don't ever public cases at all. I mean at this point. Deaths have fallen below the excess death mark and or at least they're very close to it. I mean. I've i've a check but it's been a week since i've checked and well. That was the line. That's the line where you're not supposed to panic anymore okay. Nobody panicked before that early. Early estimates put the deaths from kovic annually in the millions. And we haven't gotten that far now and the other thing that's funny is that the flu basically doesn't exist anymore because of the covid lockdown they. Don't you talk about the flu anymore. Right because everyone masks and social distance and the fluids racket. Oh yeah but the masking works then of cord. How come how come. California and florida which have different mask. Mandates have the same occurrence of covid. Don't be quoting these statistics that make too much sense at at the risk of sounding conspiratorial again. Or maybe bringing up Know social media drama. The thing going on right now on the social media's is a libertarians. Comparing this new vaccine passport to the star of david with the nazi germany will the star. David didn't afford you a great deal of rights whereas the passport certainly will the unvaccinated though. It's associates. I see the opposite of a i think a lot of people are viewing that as hyperbole but michael malice in a tweet months ago brought up the fact that if you think about how the how the nazis. I shouldn't say the germans how the nazis viewed jews in an a frame of hygiene right like ethnic cleansing and how we view. Cove it in relation to germs. It's not hyperbolic now. It's like they literally want you. Show us your papers please. So we know that you're clean. You're not going to get your genealogy it's about whether or not you're following the rules and get your virology yeah yep and it's not much different so not as hyperbolic as somebody claim. Michael malices jewish just in case. Anyone cares burglars not that people who aren't jewish have opinions about how you are discriminated against but for whatever reason the the window licking mouth breathing. Dillard's out there seemed to think it makes perfectly good sense that we only listen to black people and black issues. Latino people on latino issues and jews and jewish is yeah and white people on no issues you listen the white people white men about anything on the other hand who are more numerous than white. Men must be listened to because they are brave. I'm gonna sincere this. I'm gonna sit here this back to the britain lockdown before we get too much Lockdowns are unlikely to be needed again. As britain leans to treat corona virus like flu professor. Chris witty has has said the chief medical officer said that up to twenty five thousand people die in a bad flu year without anyone noticing and that accepting some cova deaths would be the price of keeping schools and businesses open and allowing people to live. A whole life Well i'm glad they're. They're concerned with people living a whole life now now that we've got trump out of office. Please geriatric jesus wants to live a whole life. One of the best things trump ever said which he did say a lot of stupid stuff. But we're the best. Thinks he ever said is. The cure. Can't be worse than the disease right in the fact that you have to think about how many businesses were ruined and went under and how many lives were ruined because of how many people committed suicide like how many people died alone in their hospital beds because families weren't allowed to visit them makes me so crazy because we have to protect every possible life. It's like at a certain point. You've allowed yourself to go into a tyrannical authoritarian existence. All because you're afraid of letting some people die even though you want to ignore the fact that like you know people die from heart disease. People die from car accidents from cigarette smoking from everything else in the world. Everybody does eventually. But let's just wrap everything bubble wrap and put cameras in every room and the nobody touch each other and also no one seems to care about the harmful effects that the vaccine is having on a admittedly small minority of people aren't their countries in europe. That are banning vaccines because of what they're doing to people these vaccines were rushed. And they wanna make it. So they're mandatory. It's insane to me. How people think that this is rational. Well because with the vaccine there is now an acceptable level of death that they're willing to accept for the greater good of the alright acceptable level of covid. Which will make you will cure you of covid right. Let the not acceptable at all. Let's not kid ourselves. It's not about the. Except i mean there's going to be death what it is is that they're using this concept of death to scare you into doing what you want. Because they're like more people can't die. We'll guess what people are already dying of other things all the time. You're not going to stop death. And they're not there won't be able to count those suicide or those people dying alone in the hospital As cova deaths even though it's covert related ryan no it's not caused.

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"chris witty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"chris witty" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Two locations open around the clock. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio ready now to ramp things up. We are well on pace to hit 100,000 vaccinations this week. This week next week. We're gonna go a lot farther about mayor looking toe hit a million vaccinations by the end of this month. It's gone from bad to worse. In England, the nation's chief medical officer, says Cove, it could get even worse Still, before things get better in the coming weeks, the health service here will experience the words pressure has been under since the start of the pandemic. Dr Chris Witty says person to person contact right now must be minimized substantially. What we need to do before the vaccines have had their effect because it's going to take several weeks before that happens is we need to really double down. This is everybody's problem, Compounding current problems when he says the new covert 19 variant Causing the virus to spread in a way that the old very was not able to do. Tom Rivers. ABC NEWS London For 08 we head off to Wall Street and through a day is that Bloomberg, and he hopes for three days in a row of record high trading out the window early today. Out the window. Indeed, it was a wire to wire loss for Wall Street's main index is the only question today basically was how big were the loss is gonna be not at our worst. We can at least say that down losing 89. How's that down? 165 has to be 500 down. 25. Amazon shares fell 2% after the company's Web hosting service dropped the parlor website off its servers. Now it's being stood on Antitrust grounds Parlor, which has become popular among Trump supporters filing suit seeking an order forcing Amazon to put it back online. The plug was pulled on grounds of parlor was not policing content, inciting violence. Google Visa and 80 anti have joined the growing list of companies at least temporarily halting contributions to political campaigns following the seeds of the capital and the attempted block of certifying electoral college votes. The list already included companies such as J. P. Morgan Chase, Microsoft, 3, A.m. and Facebook. Now loses 89 NASDAQ Down 166 points and rode a Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio. Your.

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"chris witty" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"chris witty" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"News. I'm a one Lopez House Democrats introduced a resolution calling on vice President Pence and the Cabinet to vote the 25th amendment and remove President Trump from power. Republicans blocked it from passing, so there will be a debate tomorrow. Democrats have said they will impeach the president for incitement of insurrection. A veces legal affairs contributor Dan Abrams. Well, there's no question that it's impeachable. The question is, Will they be able to impeach and convict and I think one of the things to focus on is not just a much Exactly what led up to the riot in this sort of hours beforehand, which will certainly be the focus on FBI bulletin obtained by ABC News has information that a group is calling for storming state local and federal courthouse is if the president is removed before Inauguration Day. Grim milestone in California. A new report from Johns Hopkins University shows the state has recorded more than 30,000 deaths since the pandemic started. This is ABC News. Hospitals in England preparing for trying times amid the pandemic. ABC is Tom Rivers is in London in the coming weeks, the health service here will experience the worst pressure has been under since the start of the pandemic. Dr. Chris Witty says person to person contact right now must be minimized substantially. What we need to do before the vaccines have had their effect. This is going to take several weeks before that happens. We need to really double down is everybody's problem Compounding current problems when he says the New cove in 19 variant is causing the virus to spread in a way that the old very was not able to do. A manhunt underway in California after six inmates broke out of jail, the six men considered armed and dangerous or accused of serious crimes, including murder. Hard say the men got onto the jail's roof and use a makeshift rope to lower themselves to the ground. The sheriff says staffing shortages in the jail may have made it easier to escape. Juan Lopez ABC News All state.

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White House's Kudlow cites worries Britain might shut down

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00:41 sec | 2 years ago

White House's Kudlow cites worries Britain might shut down

"On Wall Street, the Dow's down 802 points. The White House economic adviser, Larry Kudlow is blaming much of that on concern about rising Corona virus cases in Britain on what the government's response might be if foxes summon Owen is live in London, ELISA British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to address Parliament here tomorrow as one of his key advisors warns about rising case numbers. If we do not change course, then we're going to find ourselves in a very difficult problem. England's chief medical officer Chris Witty, saying infection rates are rising. Across most of the U. K. He says the forest is on course in his words to take off again. The British government says it wants to avoid a second national lock down, Lisa

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Global Stocks Mixed on Monday - DTN Progressive Farmer www.dtnpf.com › world-policy › article › 2020/08/31

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Global Stocks Mixed on Monday - DTN Progressive Farmer www.dtnpf.com › world-policy › article › 2020/08/31

"First of all, not a good day for global stocks here in London the footsie one, hundred down three point two, six percent on the day. Andrea European stocks dropping the most since July today investors worried about tighter viruses fictions as you've been discussing a Monaco also or detain suspicious transactions at international banks, airlines and travel stocks among the worst performers. In Europe today that softer the chief medical officer Chris Witty set to warn today the UK's at a critical points in fighting the coronavirus Germany's health minister saying the trend of cases is worrying all nineteen instagram's trading lower in Europe but those travel down more than five percent. Down a British Airways down twelve percents Deutsche Lufthansa down eight percents French hotels group call down seven percents.

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What will happen to covid-19 cases in winter and how can we prepare?

The Briefing

01:00 min | 2 years ago

What will happen to covid-19 cases in winter and how can we prepare?

"So, all we approaching the nightmare before Christmas Boris Johnson conceded that family festivities this year or under threat. That's after imposing a blanket ban on social meetings of more than six people. The prime minister said, it was too early to say large gatherings would be possible this winter and chief medical officer professor. Chris Witty even suggested the tough new lockdown measures could last until next spring for Monday. If you break the so-called rule of six, you'll be liable to a hundred pounds fine and they'll be new enforcement of social distancing in pubs, restaurants, and other venues to we've got a roundup of everything we know about how you'll daily life will be affected. The PM said he had no choice but to bring in the new law in the face of rising corona virus cases, he had chance to prevent, but we've got a data analysis. It shows millions of people will be affected in areas where virus rights are actually low and falling.

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Britain is poised to extend a nation wide lockdown for several more weeks as health officials say the nation's corona virus outbreak one of Europe's worst is nearing its peak authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity off to a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity after a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity after a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity after a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity after a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Britain's lockdown measures expected to be extended

"Authorities are expected to announce an extension of restrictions on movement on business activity after a meeting of the government's crisis committee cobra chief medical officer Chris witty says Britain is probably reaching the peak of rule but officials are not at the point where we can say confidently and safely this pasta peak for now extending the lock down has wide public and political support but as other European nations ease some restrictions Britain's conservative government faces pressure to explain when and how the country will re open Charles the last month none

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