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"cove inn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Get it out into the arms of people we see out. Laborious process that is becoming because of various factors South you know again, they expect the virus to evolve and mutate if there's enough time. Uh then they can get something new out there. But right now, and this is something that all the People who were examining these variants say Right now the variants are susceptible to the vaccine. Whether the J and J Variant is susceptible to these weather change a vaccine susceptible to the new variants. We have yet to see. And some people say maybe yes. Maybe no doctor sailed. You're Johnny on the show The Smarties, a pharmacist in talking about the very latest with Cove it in the new variants, which hopefully will be caught, And he seems to think that's the case with these vaccines particularly make bearable to be changing about six weeks. So that's that's really That's amazing to me. The Johnson Johnson with a J. J When you mentioned two. That's the newest of the bunch that that's only a one time vaccine is opposed to the Madonna one and the buying Tech were words to course vaccine. How is Johnson Johnson able to do? That is one if you were to pick and you said, Okay, what shot do you want? Which vaccine? Would you take her doesn't matter. Well, I would stick with my advisor of the majority vaccine or perhaps the AstraZeneca. There is a little bit of different technology and you being utilized in the change a vaccine that DNA's type vaccine on these are messenger RNA type advisor Madonna. Uh, and heavy AstraZeneca, a messenger RNA type vaccine, So they're a little bit different Technology. Uh, so I have not seen the data on J and J yet, Uh, they're supposed to be releasing that data to the advisory board the outside advisory board that CDC and FBI used to give reviews of these coronaviruses vaccines and other vaccines. That should be coming certain. We think early February then I could give you a better idea, but right now I feel comfortable with the technology that's been already injected into millions and millions of people worldwide 14 million in the United States. We're starting a second round, so we do have a little clinical experience in that right now. Advantage. No change a vaccine of all plays out, according to what the expectation is. It'll be much easier to ship much easier to get into rural communities into communities where they might have might not have such good. Health care infrastructure or even, you know, vaccination trucks. We've seen those in the past for other uses and medically medical circles, so it's a lot easier to transport It also has the advantage of one shot, but I just haven't seen the dark. The daddy it's got. How did how close do you think we ought to get in Orel? Because that would be the real game changer, wouldn't it? I heard several companies working on that some small, innovative biotech companies are trying. I don't think that that's a high priority for the former companies right now, you know, it's a massive undertaking to To gear up and learn how to make something like these vaccines. That's one of the reasons we're seeing a little bit of Ah, shortfall in the supply chain. That supply chain problems. They're trying to short it up the things that go into making the vaccine and stabilizing the vaccine. There's been some issues there. I understand. Rex apparently have been cleared out after You know, December But then you have to go large scale production. These companies are gonna be number one billion with a being doses in a matter of several months. So they you know, 500 during are doing a huge so I think that the Or one is on the back burner down for developing countries. The J and J will probably be the dominant product used. President. Biden said that he expected anyone who wants a vaccine doctor George Johnny by the spring will have one. Is that too aggressive or is that possible? I think that his press secretary Has walked that crack a little bit. I think they are now. Saying, which I think is a much more reasonable timetable. Summer for everyone going over the 20 year olds and 30 year olds in the summer, so people still need to be very careful. That's right Mask social distancing is important because even though you've been vaccinated You still can carry the virus with you? It doesn't put a shield around you a magic force field that prevent the virus from getting into you, Scott. What it does is it prevents your body from Getting to think from the virus, but you can still have it because so spread it. So until every we get that population immunity, so so important, where risk for spreading the virus on the at risk for Evolved viruses. More mutations. Yeah, I think that's an interesting point. Dr Salinger, Johnny's on the show's a pharmacist inside the very latest with Cove Inn, where we stand with the three new variants that are involved here, too, and how close we are to roll in the getting this this plan together, and I think that's a really important distinction to with the mass right for a long time. Most of us as lay people thought I wear a mask. It's gonna prevent you know the droplets from coming into me well. Is that we think about a surgical mask like you would wear a Zafer is Ishan eyes is to prevent your own secretions from going out and infecting people. And so what you're saying is if you get the vaccine continue to wear your masks because your body may be immune to it. But it doesn't mean you can't still carry and then spread it to people who haven't had the vaccine yet. Wrecked on that's kind of almost in August, when we see in the kids, you know, they could be super. That could be spreaders, but they don't show the symptoms so, yes, and you're absolutely correct. Stopped wearing mask was a barrier for you to prevent droplets from usual, someone else and it's also a barrier to prevent someone else. You So when you double that up, you know you got those Parties in a 6 FT space, wearing masks and wearing improperly, you've got a fair amount of protection. How long is it doctor sale between first injection and pretty much coverage as far as the vaccine. Its efficacy is that how many weeks is that, too? Usually it's a like a couple weeks of the flu shot is at about the same for covert. No, no, it's a little bit different. That's a very important question. Folks understand with the visor Maturino vaccines you get about 50% people say, uh, active immunity levels in after the Couple of with maybe 2 to 3 Weeks of that first vaccination in the two course regiment. After that, you get the second dose, which is very important because that puts your system into overdrive and it helps your system. Go up to that met unbelievably good 95% protection 1995% protection level. So now that is it justifies the vaccine, but The shot you got. It's really quite to come up. Then you get your second shot. You've got a three week right to come up to full potential that six weeks, seven weeks and then you should be fully covered. If you're in that 95%, and let's all that 95% of people are in that 95% of the numbers hold out with the Madonna vaccine. It's 28 days. So you you've got four weeks and four weeks approximately, So count the days down and obviously increases a little bit Each day is well, too, but smart piece of mind than anything, and that's I think that's an important 40.2. So when we initially said, Hey, we're gonna hold back these vaccines. I know we've changed. The UK has to as well. It's just better to get all these first horses out instead of holding back for second dose is we want to protect people with that first one and get as many people should, with the first one on Ben. When we start to get more, we can do the second. Yeah. I mean, that's still very much in debate. We all say the mantra is follow the signs for all the science and I try to do that all the time. So much shows and talk people. There is no science right now. Right now. That shows that extending the time between a person second dose eyes safe that CDC says that you may go up to six weeks instead of three weeks..
"cove inn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Modeling has said during this pandemic in the state of Colorado because that reported last week that a December 4th report by the state's covert modelers warned that the death toll could rise to 7600 and 50 people unless there was a significant drop in transmission. And improve social distancing a daunting prospect. Given the upcoming holidays. Now we all know what happened. We have a little over 3000 deaths from Cove Inn in Colorado. It's been that way for a while. But that's not all. They also remind that an earlier model from late October was even more dire and protected deaths in the ballpark of 17,500 by the end of the year. A preliminary death toll released last week indicated that 3588 deaths were directly caused by covert in Colorado in 2020. Overwhelmingly over the age of 70. Not even close, overwhelmingly. Yeah, Dave. You know, I hope this can convince some people finally that we cannot make public policy based on modeling. Dave. Oh, my God. If nothing else comes out of this Because essentially what you're doing, and I know that people who make models will argue with my assertion. But what you're doing is taking some data, putting in the assumptions that you decide need to be made and then extrapolating out that data, depending on what the assumptions are. You could be close. You could be not even close. But what we have had to Dave's point is public policy being made on fortune telling if I said, Hey, I went to Madame La Forge over here, and she looked into her crystal ball and said that 40,000 people are going to be dead of coronavirus by the end of the year, and this was what the prediction was in May by the way. 40,000 dead if we did nothing. So that was if we did nothing, and we know where we are now. People would think I was insane, but we treat modeling as we treat science. It is not the same thing. It's a guessing game. It is a best guess game and so far they haven't just been wrong. They have been spectacularly absolutely insanely incorrect from the very beginning of this pandemic. If you were wrong as much as they were wrong, Dave, I would have let you go or I would have taken your mic microphone way. Ah, long time ago. I just would, And yet we're making decisions that have destroyed people's livelihood. Shut down. Businesses put people out of work put people on the streets living his homeless people because they lost their jobs based on modeling modeling is not the same as science. Where you do an experiment have a result that is replicated ble, and that's what you do to make make a decision. Modeling is not the same. It just isn't And now go up a level of government to the federal government. And look at Joe Biden, who is about to make all sorts of climate bill proposals based on modeling. For years, we've been adjusting our policies on climate based on these models. And if they're wrong, we're going in the wrong direction. We're wasting a lot of money and we're also hurting business. We've got to stop that. I would love to see our climate change efforts go from this alleged mitigation. To managing climate change as it becomes an issue I happen to be in the camp. That thinks, of course, the climate is changing. Of course it is. The climate has been changing since the beginning of time. Did you know Dave last week they had snow in the Sierra. Did you know this now? Why is that significant Because scientists are expecting the Sahara Desert to be lush and green again in 15,000 years. But you've got to also understand everything we think we know about climate science is based on ice core samples, which we are guessing we are correctly interpreting because we can't go back. Ah, 100,000 years we can dig down again ice core samples, and then it's a best guess as to what those ice core samples mean. This is not exact science and it drives me crazy when people act like it is Assume for a moment that we had the same level of civilization back in the little ice age what people would be going crazy trying to do based on that, and that was before Was any possibility that human behavior could affect the climate. Well, no. The Flintstones had that SUV car. Oh, it ran on feet. What was I thinking? Sorry, my bad. By the way, side note. When is Thomas Fry coming back on our futurist? See this week or next week? Let me take a quick look. You know he's not next week because Juggled everything. That's where he is on the second of February. Awesome. I want to point out that G M at the latest car show they had a flying car, Dave. Oh, the Jetsons air here, just letting you know that's what you've been waiting for. That's what I wanted to sound like. I just want a car that sounds like that way. Talked about this on Logan and Louis this morning. Do you want a flying car? You. Do You want everyone to have a fight or No, No, I want a flying car. But you cannot have a flying car Grant. And you cannot have a flying car, either Dave. And no one else in listening audience Gonna have a flying car, but me. You and George had perfectly reasonable. Perfectly reasonable. I wouldn't want to be in the sky dealing with traffic. I had a little bit traffic today and I got a little panicky. I was like, Well, yeah. Carry out driving traffic anymore..
"cove inn" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And I'm here to change the way you think about food. And today we're gonna focus on focus in on why personalized nutrition will be worth 64 billion by the year, 2041 report says, and another report says personalized nutrition is the future of health care. So we're going to talk about why testing beyond what our conventional medicine doctors do is so important. And guess what? I'm doing A webinar, so we're live on Facebook right now, too. Just super Awesome. Hi, everyone. I'll let me turn on my Hello over there so everyone could say hi to me over there on Facebook and let's get that chat going. Let me know if you're out there. If you're watching this live and we are gonna have some fun today And then after the show at 12 30 just a little bit after we go get something to eat, so you can keep it a five and come back at 12 30 because we are going to be doing our weapon are our live webinar, and that's all about My new program that's coming out my first and on. Lee will not only not ever, you know it's gonna They're gonna be more but my first ever digital, of course, um all about. It's called your diet Do over, which I think is a pretty good name for after Cove Inn. And while we're still in covert, but United States and I think this is gonna be it will be a great weapon are And Nancy. I switched out. Hi, Nancy. I switched up the weapon are a little bit, but it's pretty much the same thing that you attended the other night. And thank you for attending. So high DNC. Hi, Jeremy. And who else we have around here hanging out on my site Listening live because one of the things with technology that super Super Cole is no. I have a love hate relationship with Tak. Okay, So we have someone from Riverside, Someone from Newington, Connecticut. Someone from Middletown, Rhode Island on Ben Somewhere someone from Rent the Mass. And so we have someone for fall River, another east, providence, riverside on But we have someone from a Warwick and East credits, which is all super cool that I can see that I have an app so that I can actually see that on my phone. So you guys are are toning in tuning in from so I can't see you in your house. No, I could just see you that you've been And on my site, and that's how you're listening. Live. Which is super cool, I think, but anyway, we're gonna talk about personalized nutrition. We're gonna talk about why we need conventional nutrition. I'm not one of those functional nutritionist is like, Oh, bad bad. The conventional medicine world is bad. It's not perfect on dit does what it does. I mean, You get what you get. Okay. So when you go to a doctor, you're gonna probably something drunk. You're probably gonna get asked to put out the scripture medication. That's how they're trained. Okay, that's there. The sausage of the sausage factory. Look, and I say, but they it is nice to know, like if you go to the D a doctor and you're saying you just turned 50. I knew find out. You know, I got to go for this colonoscopy. I never did this before. It's kind of scary. I don't want to do this. Nobody really wants to go do that, right? But you find out nothing's wrong. Maybe he had a small pile up and they removed it And you're good to go for another X amount of years. Now, this is where you come in to be your own. Advocate health care advocate Because they say, every week on the show that you have to be your own health care advocate, right? The insurance is only gonna pay for so much. The insurance companies are only gonna offer so much This insurance companies stifle the doctor's decisions in many ways, shape or form. I don't think that's right, but it is what it is. And that's why you have to step up to the plate. You have to stare your own boat right into the port and decide how much farther you're gonna go. To make these choices to decide if you're going to just follow the basic conventional guidelines like they say, you need a colonoscopy, I think, after 50 every 10 years, but let's say my sister, God forbid this is a true but let's just say this, my sister, my cousin and I don't know somebody at my uncle all had colon cancer. And by the grace of God, they were saved because they got colonoscopies more often than suggests that now I would pay to do that. That's just me. So depending on your past medical history, depending on genetics, depending on because there's lots of information on and you guys know that I did probably buddy here's to ago Now I did a whole webinar on how Genomes can affect what you should or should not be eating. So our genetics play a huge role and how we should eat and let me give you an example. So I'll do the caffeine example. Some people have genes that make them a fast metabolism or of coffee. And that case if you had those genomes, and it does show in the report, you would be able to go. Okay. I could pretty much drink all the coffee I want because I am actually a fast metabolized or according to my genomes. And then and then the the other side of that is maybe your channel show that you're slow, Metabolize er, coffee. Okay, So what does that mean? That that means that you probably should only drink one cup of coffee a day. Because for the fast.
"cove inn" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Or four times for me between now and Thanksgiving, 23 or four times because if you look at what happened in Canada and their Thanksgiving was in October, 2 weeks later. Numbers spiked for exactly the same reason later. Oh, You know, when you run for reelection, Charlie Parker's I'll tell you what's gonna happen to you in the Republican primary. Wow. Wow. Arthur, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Arthur. Hi. How we How are you this evening? Good. How are you? Well, I heard something this morning, whichever. KUNA said that at one time. When you were up involved up there with the cool from up in. Well, it wasn't dead to that time, but Nancy Shack, her husband. Britney. You and KUNA went down to qualify it to range and they said you couldn't even hit the target. It was a toss up between you and kuna who was worse. Is that true? I don't think so. That's not that's not my recollection of it. Arthur, Listen, Howie and I went to the range earlier this year, and he was a pretty good He was a crack shot. I think, Yeah, I think I You know, I got it. I got advice from some guys in Somerville, Arthur and how to shoot. They said Don't they said that though? Don't listen to Joe Biden when he talks about shooting for the leg or the shoulder. Just go for the gold for the body. No, that's that was BS. Thanks. Thanks for the call, though. Arthur. Uh, 413. The biggest Bs from Parker is what he says is we work through this because he has no intention of ever being through with anything exactly. You're right. I mean, they Eight months ago, nine months ago. Almost now, he said, we needed 15 days to flatten the curve. And here we are all this time later and you can't you can't Get a drink anywhere in the state of mixed rake anywhere in the state after 9 30 at night, Because the cove it is going to attack you. Does that make any sense? It doesn't. It's ridiculous. 844 542 42, But you can't go to Rhode Island and you could get a drink until 10 30 tonight because the co vered in Rhode Island doesn't attack As early as the covert in Massachusetts. And now we find out from Governor Phil Scott in Vermont that the Cove Inn in Vermont. Doesn't attack you until 10 o'clock. I wish they could get everything straightened out. You know? I mean, everything we could have, like a covert armies would only attack you know, why is it 9 30 in Massachusetts, 10, O'clock and Vermont. When 30 and what happens if you cross the time zone. I know I don't. I don't understand it. What? What about when you go over to one of those those maritime provinces in Canada with Atlantic time? What if the cove it goes over there? You're right. What happens? I don't understand it. Mr. Garcia, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Mr Garcia. Hello. How are you going to record makes and I want to ask you a question. Donald Trump have way 4% when not win in New York by getting the high 44% it's a long time. No. Any pressure in and dick for your four year old plus in New York agent 40 45% more gay. The last time was Papa Bush, then more than anyone in New York by No. He go in New York. Mr Garcia. They lost. They lost congressional seats in New York. The Democrats, they lost a ton of legislative seats. You know, the assembly in the state Senate. And yet he got he got smoked. Hey, Mr Garcia, I got to ask you about that. Did you see that? The your governor. Phil Murphy has joined with the nitwit Governors of New England to shut down youth hockey. Did you see that? Aren't you proud? No. I tell you something. That supermarket in York going quote a o clock. PM everything more rock. So again. So so then that you've got a more powerful covert virus, your virus attacks at eight o'clock in Massachusetts. It's 9 30. Why? Why? You know in ongoing Open nine channel cut. Why spending or the time Because now everybody has to help me up. I have to go, eh? Of course you're going code. He's going more pack. You going be attacked, and so people get panic to that's when they're going to start buying all the buying up all the toilet paper and all the paper towels, right? Because they're going to get scared. Also like that. If you spend that to make 91 o'clock, people go there, you know, at throw a one off front heavy people go shopping because nobody wanted to see her. Every people stopping me for five card. Is there gonna be a special dispensation for Harry people that they can come out later? Thanks for the call, Mr Garcia. Luann, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Luann..
Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters
"Sometime last week, the president felt unwell. Early Friday morning, The president said he had tested positive for Corona virus. Later Friday, his oxygen levels dropped and concerned doctors administered oxygen. Amid that concern. A helicopter carried the president to the hospital On Saturday, the president's doctor went on live TV and gave the world a fog of misleading information. Some of his statements obscured the facts. We have just laid out. Dr Sean Conley. Sonny assessment even included a statement that the president is quote slightly overweight. He's generally classified as obese. Conley and other White House officials now say he made the statements to the country on TV because off the possible effect on the patient, a single TV viewer inside the hospital. For the moment, the president seems better. And in a highly unusual move on Sunday, the infected president climbed into an SUV and rode out to wave to supporters. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is here to analyze all of this. Hey, there, Morrow. Hi, Steve. What is the medical team saying now? But we last heard from the medical team yesterday. They said the president has continued to improve so much that he could be sent home to the White House today. That's different than going home for an ordinary person. Of course, there's a full medical staff. 20 to 30 people in the White House medical unit. But at the same time we learned yesterday that the president's oxygen levels dropped twice, once on Friday, once on Saturday, and that he's now taking a cocktail of drugs that doctors say would be given to someone with a severe case of Cove Inn. We also did hear from the president in a Twitter video last night, and he looked better sounded more like himself. And here's some of what he said. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. So that video was taken right before the president did that drive by that you described to wave to supporters outside Walter Reed. That's something that has horrified some medical experts. They say that the SUV is pretty much hermetically sealed, and he was endangering the lives of the agents who have to ride in the SUV with him. One of them Dr. James Phillips, who's an attending physician at Walter Reed called it insanity. Well, in what ways has the story changed that the medical team in the White House has told Well. On Saturday, the White House physician Sean Conley, laid out this timeline that started trumps diagnosis and treatment earlier than known. But then later he had to issue a statement walking that back. He also seemed to tie himself up into pretzels to avoid lying. At one point, Connolly was asked did the president's oxygen level drops below 90? He said. Well, it was below 94, but it wasn't like they were in the low eighties or something. So I'm not sure what you wanted space. Yeah, a lot of space there, but he did give a very positive impression of Trump's condition. On Saturday, Just moments later, contradicted by an anonymous source from the AP learned was chief of staff Mark Meadows. Later, Conley was asked about this, and here's what he said. I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team president, there's course of illness has had. Didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so, you know came off that we're trying to hide something. It wasn't true. So it's what you were describing earlier kind of audience of one problem Thiss sounds like he was saying what he thought the president wanted him to say. You know, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the president does not appear appear in feeble DDE in any way. Made sure that he went to Walter Reed. While he could still walk to the helicopter and the implicit message of that limo ride yesterday. The SUV Reid was that the president is fine. Mara is it normal for presidents to be less than forthcoming about their health? Well, many presidents have been less than forthcoming. FDR was rarely photographed in the wheelchair. JFK had a variety of health issues, which weren't described accurately. But I don't think we've ever seen such an extreme version with as little transparency and as much confusion as this Mara. Thanks so much. Thank you. You're what's NPR's? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. All right. Now let's work through what treatments the
Trump has COVID-19, is he telling the truth?
"The president of the United States tested positive He's got Covic. Um I'm going to do something a little bit different with this show. Let me put out the number right here. A top 844305 78 100. I would love your thoughts throughout this. To this next to ours. Um, your reaction your thoughts on what you think it means Trump has Cove Inn. 844305 7800 what I'd like to do. And in no particular order. Because this is one of those days. One of those Newsday's Where there's really just one story right? Dominating everybody talking about one thing. Trump's got it. Trump tested positive. A lot. What I'd like to do. Is is throw out there. Over the course of the next couple of hours. Um A few points that I think are really important. Things to think about. A CZ as we head into a weekend things to think about. 33 days away from Election day. Things to think about. The president of the United States has Covic. Ah, he's exhibiting mild symptoms. Moderate symptoms. Who the hell knows right? Uh, hey, Hey, America. Life sucks. When you have a president. Who just doesn't tell the truth. I'm sorry, right? Life sucks. When you have a president who doesn't tell the truth. And then that means you have a white house. Who doesn't That doesn't tell the truth. So I can't tell you right now. That anybody knows the condition of the president of the United States. That's a problem. We'll get into that. What I'd What I'd like to do, though, is just put a few things out there. Over the next couple of hours. That that I think you ought to think about. We all ought to think about what the hell does this mean? Before Friday night hits and I start drinking tequila and you all start doing whatever