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"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Charlie pellet and happy new year to you as well There were 10 million new cases of COVID last week around the world more than double the previous weekly record As the omicron variant continues to explode even as hospitalizations do not For the science of what we're witnessing we welcome now Deborah fuller She's Professor of microbiology at the University of Washington and she is a specialist in infectious diseases So professor thank you so much for joining us First of all just give us the accurate read on the relationship between the cases and the hospitalizations It's a lower rate per case But what's going on with the hospitalizations Well there is some evidence that I'm coming actually caused less severe disease and it's unclear at this point whether that's an inherent property of the virus or just simply because we're starting to build immunity in the population particularly as you vaccination that lowers the overall severity of that disease So the explosion of the infection rates can certainly be attributed to the fact that this virus does replicate to very high level in our upper respiratory tract So we can transmit it more efficiently but also might have something to do with the fact that if it does cause less severe disease that means that people are going to be able to walk around with asymptomatic infection not know that they have it and more efficiently spread it that way One of the things you said there that I think is maybe critical is upper respiratory regions There are some reports I've seen some studies that have come out They may have been on animals actually that the variant does not get down into the lungs as much as that true as far as the science goes Yeah there are two studies to actually have indicated that omicron is does not replicate as efficiently for example as some of our previous variants In the lower respiratory tract But it does replicate more efficiently in the upper respiratory tract So what that means is that in the upper respiratory tract it can transmit more efficiently with the lower respiratory tract with the virus gets down those lower levels That's really what causes the severe disease Why people end up in the hospital is because they develop that inflammation in the lower respiratory tract making it very difficult to breathe So if it's less efficient in that lower respiratory tract then that might make sense why it might be less severe How much do we know about the effects of vaccines and boosters I must say at this point We are told by officials you must get vaccinated you must get boosted How effective particularly vaccination plus booster is for oh Macron We know that the booster immunizations really shoot your antibody titers through the roof I mean they go really really high So there's a number of benefits there When you have such a high antibody response that gives the omelet crown less chance of actually breaking through the infection in the absence of the booster there is a high probability of a breakthrough infection with the boost your immunization that reduces the chances of that But we're also seeing emerging data that that boost immunization may broaden our antibody responses And what that means is that we're going to have antibodies that are better quality A better able to combat overcome and potentially even huge future variants to come So this boost humanization could be a real big win in terms of fighting a pandemic So I'm not asking you to go on the line with this but a lot of us at this point are saying you know what most of us are probably going to get this at some point We have to get used to that that we have to get vaccinated We have to get boosted so it doesn't put us in the hospital Do you think that's unrealistic I don't think that's unrealistic I think that there's a combination of different things happening with both vaccination And despite that you get exposed to the virus and even become infected but not end up with severe disease or end up in the hospital That's ultimately where we're going in the long run The endgame of a pandemic is an endemic meaning that it might still circulate in our population We may even get a cold or mild disease from it but ultimately it's not going to shut things down and change our lifestyles That's where we're ultimately headed ahead and there's evidence of the combination of vaccination with exposure to viruses actually even building that immunity further So that down the line if there's a new outbreak or a new variant that emerges we will have better defenses against it Does history of science here tell us anything about when we're going to get the next variant We had experts like you say there's going to be another variant Well we got crime When does the next one come And could it be more dangerous again or does it tend to get less dangerous as the various iterations come to pass Yeah the big lesson I think that we're learning from viruses always teach us new lessons and safe a virus can at will which means that if they can adapt to change and gain ability to transmit more efficiently it will do that One of the things that we've learned about this virus is that there are always it does things unexpected that we wouldn't have expected the next variant would emerge out of our existing variants and yet here almost current came in left field and was completely unexpected And so sometimes we just have to recognize that we don't know everything but that we are prepared becoming more and more prepared for the next variant to come and as we learn more about this virus and what we've learned in the past from other viruses we can kind of put these information together and maybe not predict this So when the next one comes but be better prepared for that next one Is it too soon to start talking about a fourth shot I know that Israel is already authorizing that I believe Yeah I think that we need to see what the third shot does because of the data I've seen in terms of the level of immunity that third shot induces I would expect that that immunity would last much much longer One of the things we don't know yet is what is this threshold of antibody that you need to be protected against all the variance of concern that are circulating right now including both delta as well as Elmer cron We don't quite know that We do for example for other infectious diseases we know where that threshold is Once we learn that then we can better predict whether we're going to need boost immunization So I think it's important for us to see how durable is the third dose going to be It's likely going to be much more durable than the second because the antibody responses came up much much higher and they're much seem to be a better quality than after the second immunization So I think it does feel premature to me to be talking about an additional boost humanization We have to let science guide us as to when that would be I wouldn't be surprised if we need it But maybe not quite so soon And finally professor you're at the University of Washington We've come to know about the University of Washington for a model that some of your colleagues have out there to predict what's going to happen Do we have a sense of when we think this omicron might peak Yes I'm not sure that anybody has for sure a sense of it but there is a feeling that this is kind of we've seen in the past historically with viruses that have super transmissible and the like that they tend to peak peak high but keep early And so the hope is that within a few months or so that we're going to be hitting the peak soon and then see the down downhill on that one Okay professor this has been terribly helpful really appreciate your time That's professor Deborah fuller of the University of Washington Coming up on the eve of OPEC meetings we talk with Leslie buyer of the energy workforce and technology council about what to expect an energy market coming up this year That's coming up next.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In op I and go Coming up doctor Deborah fuller of the University of Washington about a COVID surge that's the worst we've ever seen That's next on balance of power on Bloomberg radio This is a Bloomberg money minute It's not just the weather canceling flights today COVID issues are in the mix and as of this morning flight aware said there were more than 1930 flights canceled the all Macron variant is getting in the way of Wall Street's plans to go back to the office Jeffrey's financial group says it doesn't foresee a safe opportunity to go back into offices until at least January 31st Bank of America is urging staffers to work from home this week Citigroup says it'll provide an update this month The big banks had been pushing a return to the office since last summer Mercedes Benz is keeping its eye on the chip supply and adds this pro tip Chip capacity around the world needs to be at it because modern cars will need more of the components The company expects especially tight conditions during the first half of this year On Wall Street the first trading day of the new year is seeing cautious gains of about a tenth to almost three quarters of a percent across the averages the Dow up 50 the NASDAQ a 112 the S&P 8 Joan Donoghue Bloomberg radio Okay man This is your time Maybe you didn't choose this but you're here now You're gonna go out there and be an all star caregiver Click clean Be there emotionally and physically You gotta dig deeper drive them a physical therapy doctor's appointments because that's what caregivers do Don't give up Show.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're going to have a very volatile year ahead of us What we do when there's easy money What we haven't seen is how they react with that easy money gets pulled back The buy the dip half life as I like to call it has been shrinking What companies that aren't predicated on free money The story ahead has got to be earnings This is Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan perrot and Lisa Abramovich Is it the beginning of the end for easy money from New York City for our audience worldwide Good morning good morning This is Bloomberg surveillance live on TV and radio alongside Matt Miller and Kelly lines I'm Jonathan Ferro your equity market up 9 on the S&P advancing two tenths of 1% It's just been all time high Caylee after all time high Yeah they've come one in every three trading days roughly this year John 70 in total the most since 1995 we could very well see another one today possibly even tomorrow It has really been quite remarkable This equity market up the better part of 30% far and away above where we thought we would be coming into this year And we can't come back to the same question mat Miller Is it the beginning of the end of VC money Or is it just the story of easy money getting less easier but still remaining easy Yeah well we don't know the answer to that right We're looking forward to seeing what the fed does March according to governor Waller is going to be alive meeting but most of the guests that we've had on don't expect a rate increase in March The question is also of sequencing How are we going to see the balance sheet unwound if they really feel like doing that at all So these are all things that affect financial conditions and will be following the Afghan screen on the terminal very closely You sound extremely excited about the new year mattress like me Look to close out 21 You know what I was so pumped when I came in on Monday We'd had three days of a big rally We rallied hard on Monday too I know it was light volume but I just felt like there was a lot going on still Even yesterday with the Richmond fed manufacturing survey I was genuinely excited that enthusiasm is starting to fade a little bit because the market feels like someone let the air out of it Matt when anyone says to me excited about a Richmond fed I do have to ask the question How excited you actually are We'll talk about that in a moment What's 7 on the S&P advancing a little more than a tenth of 1% And that's that 135 Call it 34 up two tenths of 1% Yields are in A couple of basis points the one 52 89 Katie you gave us the streak on crude a little bit earlier with snapping it with Dan 6 tenths of 1% We're up 6 days in a row prior to today still that we're looking at a 76 handle so dancing around the highest level in about a month the supply picture is looking a little bit better And then demand two how much is a Macron variant really a threat or have we reevaluated that We'll also be taking a look at the equity market in the path forward for volatility The vix is a lot lower than it was earlier this month The question is does that normalization continue into the new year Amy silverman equity derivative strategist at RBC will be joining us And we'll continue that equity conversation with Steve Whiting over at Citi global wealth Then we'll get into oil specifically John and whether or not those prices will be enticing shale players to drill anymore Do they keep that discipline really focused on returning money to shareholders Janine Wei senior U.S. integrated oil and E and P analysts over at Barclays will be joining us and then we'll come back to the pandemic because it seems like we have never ending questions as the messaging and the guidance is really quite confusing John Deborah fuller of the University of Washington school of medicine will be joining us later The confusion from the CDC And Kelly your thoughts on that Have you any clearer on what you need to do after you've tested positive for COVID to get back into work No absolutely not And I think messaging has been a continual problem throughout this entire pandemic frankly first it was on Maxine a vaccines and who needed to get boosters or not even prior to that The efficacy of wearing masks The messaging around this is also one of the policy failures that we have to talk about as we think about what has gone wrong during this pandemic As you know a big part of this audience the financial community the banks that they work for require a negative test to come into the office and we've just heard from the CDC director saying don't go and get a PCR test after you've tested positive because you could test positive for up to 12 weeks Well to be fair she can't control the science right If those tests continue to give you positive results because they're testing for antibodies in your system and not for viral shedding then that's simply the case as we just heard from doctor byr you should instead get an antigen test which tells you how much of the virus you still have in you Does it require do they require the banks of PCR test Is it not some companies do and Matt on the organization On the rapid test Matt what they admitted in the last 24 hours is they don't understand still the relationship between a positive test and transmissibility That's a difficult one Matt because if we don't understand the background to that you say they don't understand the science They can't control the science whether they don't understand the facts we are either That's maybe not their fault mat but we don't have the facts for that So if you don't know then it's all about risk management And I go back to another thing Matt because the previous administration would criticize for this as well Is it about the science or behavioral psychology because the cityside direct director also said the following that It also had a lot to do with what we thought people would be able to tolerate Now is that about the science or about behavioral psychology I think sprinkling in a little bit of both there And this is the common complaint that you get It's not backed by science I get these IVs from viewers all day long when we're talking about the CDC when we're talking about the regulations or the suggestions that come from these government organizations But they're trying to do the best they can I hope You know I'm putting my faith in them for that As Kaylee points out you know a lot of these views have changed The mask wearing I think is one of the most interesting for so long we were told well they didn't know whether or not masks reduced transmission Then they said you wear masks to protect others from getting the virus from you Now they're telling you if you wear FFP two mask correctly then you can prevent yourself from getting the virus from others The messaging has been all over the place but that's because we continue to find new results And continues to be the case going into 2022 Your tenure this morning just to get back to Marcus quickly Down two basis points of one 53 One of the mysteries that a bond market through 2021 inflation all the way up here your ten year yield all the way down here Why Colin Martin joins us now Fixed income strategist at least Schwab center for financial research Colin let's start there Why Well it seems like the market's telling us two things First it's telling us that it's not too concerned about the recent surge in inflation or at least it's not concerned that it's going to be very persistent meaning it's at these high levels It might not go back to the levels we saw pre-pandemic but the markets aren't expecting persistently high 5 6 7% inflation rates But it's also telling us that we might just be back to this low growth sort of high inflation era that we were in pre-pandemic Inflation is likely to be higher but it's telling us that the growth outlook might not be as strong If you go back to the last rate hike.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | Last month

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"This hour Shooting at Tacoma mall this evening and right now what we know that the mall is shut down officers are clearing them all of customers and employees there are apparently 60 law enforcement units on scene at this point People who are not at the mall are asked to stay away right now They don't know what is going on as far as any injuries they don't have that information but we have heard that one person may have been shot Tacoma police department Maul called in at 7 7 O 8 in reported the shooting near the food court area and so that is the latest information we have right now so the Tacoma mall there has been apparently gunshots there somewhere near the food court We'll get more information get it to you as it comes in on Commodus Medical experts here and around the world are warning against an overreaction to a newly discovered COVID-19 variant which has shaken the globe UW scientists say more research must be done to learn just how the uma cron variant responds to vaccine and how transmissible it really is Doctor Deborah fuller with UW medicine says scientists at the school of medicine are looking into creating tests to detect the new strain They're also looking into how effective if at all our current vaccines are against this new variant This is going to be really essential information to guide us and tell us whether or not we're going to have to update our vaccine Today so far we've had a number of different variants and we've seen that the vaccines are still very very effective against everything that has been thrown our way so far Doctor fuller is urging people who haven't gotten vaccinated to do so That's come before is Preston Philip's top medical officials in our state hope Thanksgiving does not turn out to be a super spreader event Coma force Nick popham has more The Turkey's been cooked and the holiday season is here Despite the ups and downs of this pandemic health officials like doctor Umer Shaw encouraged the vaccinated to take time to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal and the holidays with loved ones This is a really important time for all of us Not just because many are back at the dinner table but because cases of COVID-19 have recently been going down but they're now starting to slightly plateau We'd like to see that going down more steeply but you know this is where we're at And for the unvaccinated that's not a good place According to doctor Ali machad those who have both doses and a booster are the most protected from an upcoming surge but the ones he worries about the most are those who haven't.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | Last month

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"The variant sent Wall Street's major indexes sharply lower Three people wounded in a shooting at a crowded shopping mall during North Carolina's streets at south point one shopper There was people being trampled and going up and down the escalator I saw maybe get trampled My mama was holding the baby and she got knocked over out of her chair and nobody wanted to stop to help the lady up I said During police say one person's detained 6 time Tony winner Steven Sondheim dead at 91 composer lyricist into the Woods west side story gypsy and more Chuck sievertson ABC News Como news 1000 FM 97 7 6 31 art Sanders top local stories from the como 24 7 news center Medical experts here and around the world are warning against an overreaction to newly discovered COVID-19 variant which has shaken the globe More research must be done to learn just how the overcrowded variant responds to vaccine and how transmissible it really is Doctor Deborah fuller with UW medicine says scientists at the school of medicine are looking into creating tests to detect the new strain They're also looking into how effective if at all our current vaccines are against this new variant This is going to be really essential information to guide us and tell us whether or not we're going to have to update our vaccine Today so far we've had a number of different variants and we've seen that the vaccines are still very very effective against everything that has been thrown our way so far Doctor fuller is urging people who haven't gotten vaccinated to do so That's cobble forest Preston Phillips top medical officials in our state hope Thanksgiving does not turn out to be a super spreader event Come forth Nick popham has more The Turkey's been cooked and the holiday season is here Despite the ups and downs of this pandemic health officials like doctor Umer Shaw encouraged the vaccinated to take time to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal and the holidays with loved ones This is a really important time for all of us Not just because many are back at the dinner table but because cases of COVID-19 have recently been going down but they're now starting to slightly plateau We'd like to see that going down more steeply but you know this is where we're at And for the unvaccinated that's not a good place According to doctor Ali machad those who have both doses and a booster are the most protected from an upcoming surge but the ones he worries about the most are those who haven't gotten a single dose of the vaccine We can enjoy our holidays And we can celebrate our holidays We just have to be responsible And mock dad says that responsibility is found in getting that vaccine All these health officials say not to gather with others.

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Why mRNA Vaccine Technology is Totally Safe

Today, Explained

02:01 min | 10 months ago

Why mRNA Vaccine Technology is Totally Safe

"Dr deborah fuller. I'm a professor in the department of microbiology. At the university of washington. School of medicine. Dr fuller has spent decades studying the kinds of vaccines were now using to fight. Cove it one of the things that a lot of people don't realize is i think that Amarna vaccines just suddenly appeared as a brand new vaccine when covid nineteen started but there has been research going on in this field for over thirty years and i was one of those people thirty years ago who i started working on the idea of a code into your cells and express a protein that was stimulated immune response. So you're basically the perfect person to tackle a wide range of questions about all these different vaccines are you gain. I am totally game absolutely. Let's give it a shot okay. My buddy was too shy to call our voicemail line and admit that he's scared of 'em are a but this listener was not. Hey sean looking. For the science face evidence that suggests that lab created. Mr rene is not gonna trigger some sort of long-term averse affecting my body and say five twenty forty or sixty years. I feel like. I'm being asked to trust something that does not have published long-term medical research behind it. What school leaves my future. Something unknown risk. What would you say to people like. Dude let's start out with general with vaccines idea that they're gonna cause some sort of issue five ten years from now that's just doesn't happen back us to how vaccines work. They get in. They do their job. They go away. Vaccine does stimulate an immune response. And then when you get exposed to a pathogen that immune response is going to act on it and get rid of that pathogens so they do a very focused directed immune response and once they get inside your cell and they instruct yourself to do that. They disintegrate our body deals with 'em are a all the time we'll eat it were exposed to it were. It's in our environment and knows what to do with marina.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That just seems to be something Always Theoden Schimmel thing to worry about as far as this pandemics of concern, But one thing's clear the hope that we'd wake up in 2021. I think we all knew that waking up in 2021. We were just gonna click of things it would go away. What I'm saying again and again and again, Speaking of people with each and every passing day, is there just pushing back that place hold on the calendar just a week a month, maybe even a quarter. And Deborah Fuller of the University of Washington really solidified this to make crystallized it when she said that the new strains of virus that are spreading that are more contagious. Have increased the need for vaccination. If we're vaccinating a large proportion of the population that initially it might have been 65% of the population that needed to be inoculated John in order to get to herd immunity Now it's more like 75 to 80%, which the huge change in other words, the longer this goes on the further away. We get from getting to the end of the pandemic, and that Is the race that we're dealing with all these interesting trades Now, Haven't you got this relative story? Europe versus the United States, then within that, Tom, you've gotta question the cyclical story just in absolute terms in isolation where America is. Well, just how quickly can we pair back? These restrictions Massive shout out John in the last three weeks to credit suite's who was pounding the table late December. John, this is when you were in Capri and and credit suite's was pounding the table, saying Stay with Tech is well as do all the other stuff. That group Ben Laidler, all the others that have said Stay with Tech Boy. They won. Jonathan Count of cold Me on my sabbatical. I'm sure he did We have that chat. You already about The upper Aperol spritz the whole thing. Yeah, I'm up to speed. Negroni's Tom. Off course. Why my surprise? Where's.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Behind the scenes and in public and island County pigment told me he and his board of commissioners met. They believe they've smooth those over with thighs. Room Moderna vaccines being administered to millions of people and AstraZeneca set to get approved in the U K soon. Many people are wondering what's next Come with Suzanne Fong has more in the future of Cove in 19 vaccines. Dr Deborah Fuller and other experts agree. The future looks bright when it comes to covert 19 vaccines. Fuller's a vaccine ologists at the U. Dub School of Medicine working on and developing vaccines. First, it was Fizer then Madonna that got the green light in the U. S. They count on M. Marani technology, so the next set of vaccines that come out are going to be the ones that are based on Virus called adenovirus on the horizon. There's AstraZeneca, which is set to get approval in the UK later this week. AstraZeneca is a viral vaccine doctor, Rodney Ho, professor pharmaceutics and bioengineering at U Dub explains the challenges of AstraZeneca Claymore frame Off the fire of vaccines. I might give you a bit more. Cell immunity. So you got immunity, in addition to neutralizing antibody response, But the challenge the trade off is harder to manufacture. The latest buzz surrounds a potential vaccine that's a bit easier to manufacture. I think there's another exciting type of vaccine coming forward is the one from company Canola. That's this is a recumbent protein vaccine. This is the type vaccine. We're very familiar with our current hepatitis B. That scene is a recount of protein vaccine. U Dub medicine now looking for hundreds of volunteers to take part in a phase three trial for Novavax when it comes to the future of vaccines, Dr Fuller's working hard on a second generation vaccine in her lab. Some of the future vaccines that we're looking at is potentially even a Corona virus vaccine that could protect Against unknown future pandemic that would induce immunity in the population so that we never have to see this sort of pandemic ever again. And Dr Fuller says that second generation vaccine that she's working on would potentially work in a single shot. It would be easier to manufacture, require lower doses and be a lot more stable at room temperature. Suzanne Fong Conus Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on coma news. And here's your Komal money minute sponsored by Propel Insurance Americans hoping for a bigger stimulus check down the $600 ones that are currently planned. We'll have to wait a bit to see what happens in Washington, while the Democrat controlled House last evening passed legislation to increase the stimulus.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good evening. I'm Rick fan sites with ELISA Jaffe, Our editor is Jeremy greater as we look at our top stories. President Trump is taking another election challenge to the Supreme Court. His campaign wants 50,000 absentee ballots into Wisconsin counties to be thrown out. The state's high court already tossed a challenge to the results. Scammers claiming to be with a King County prosecutor's office or randomly calling people claiming they all money is part of a criminal case. The calls are bogus and the offices they don't and won't make such demands. With visor and maternal vaccines being administered to millions of people and AstraZeneca set to get approval in the UK Soon Ah lot of folks are wondering what's next Come. Oh, Suzanne Fong has more on the future of covert 19 vaccines. Sample from Dr Deborah Fuller and other experts agree. The future looks bright when it comes to covert 19 vaccines. Fuller's of vaccine ologists at the U. Dub School of Medicine working on and developing vaccines. First it was wiser than Madonna that got the green light in the U. S. They count on M. Marani technology, So the next set of vaccines that come out are going to be the ones that are based on virus could add no bars on the horizon. There's AstraZeneca, which is set to get approval in the UK later this week. AstraZeneca is a viral vaccine doctor, Rodney Ho, professor pharmaceutics and bioengineering at U Dub explains the challenges of AstraZeneca Claymore frame Off that fire of vaccines. I might give you a bit more so immunity selling the immunity issue to neutralizing antibody response. But the challenge the tradeoff is harder to manufacture. The latest buzz surrounds a potential vaccine that's a bit easier to manufacture. I think there's another exciting type of vaccine coming forward is the one from company Conover Vats. This is a recumbent protein vaccine. This is a type vaccine. We're very familiar with our current hepatitis B vaccine is a recount protein vaccine. U Dub Medicine now looking for hundreds of volunteers to take part in a phase three trial for Novavax when it comes to the future of vaccines, Dr Fuller's working hard on a second generation vaccine in her lab. Some of the future vaccines that we're looking at is potentially even a Corona virus vaccine that could protect Against unknown future pandemic that one do community in the population so that we never have to see this sort of pandemic ever again. And Dr Fuller says that second generation vaccine that she's working on would potentially work in a single shot. It would be easier to manufacture, require lower doses and be a lot more stable at room temperature. Suzanne Fong Conus Well this week could change the course of the pandemic in our state, according to local health experts, Como's Nick Pompom reports, they say staying home this New Year's Eve could lower caseloads and hospitalizations in Washington confirmed cases of covert 19 and hospitalizations air still reaching historic heights in our state with still seeing very high rates of co vid 19 in our community, and it's those heights that have people like Nigel Turner into coma. Pierce County health, fearing for what this week will bring This is a very real risk to the health of our community, particularly most vulnerable in it because he and other health experts say we were somewhat successful staying apart from others at the end of November, But we may not see the same result after New Year's. Well, the indications that I know what I always say that people did a good job for Thanksgiving. They're not doing so right now. Dr Ali marked on with you Dubs Institute of Health metrics and evaluation. Says Mobility is up in Washington. The Our situation isn't nearly as bad as states like California when it comes to hospitalizations. But if people continue with their new year's plans, the state of the pandemic could take a turn. If you can't cancel, it would be much better. According to the State Department of Health. We're no longer filling up over 80% of our staff, hospital beds. But I still occupying over 75% of them. So as much as people are most likely looking forward to leaving 2020 and the dust. Health officials say the current protections against covert 19 need to be followed. When ringing in the new year. We really are asking people to put in place. Those measures we know are effective in controlling this to make sure we don't get another a wave of disease falling up after the holidays. Nick problem come on in. 6 50 Jim Tesco Now with our propel insurance money Update After powering to new highs on Monday, stocks retreated today.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest calm this week, we could see the first veto override of Donald Trump's presidency. The defense spending bill authorizes military programs and construction and it affirms 3% pay raises. For U. S troops. The A so 322. The nays are 87, in a skating bipartisan rebuke with House overrode Mr Trump's veto of the more than $740 billion defense spending bill. The president had objected to several unrelated items, including the fact that lawmakers would not curtail legal protections for social media companies, and the president also opposed the renaming of some military bases honoring Confederate leaders. The Senate is expected to vote sometime this week. The Senate is also expected to vote on $2000 stimulus checks. We know, for example, some Senate Republicans like the president's close allies, Senator Lindsey Graham, Has thrown his support behind this idea of increased stimulus payments. But the key player is as always, Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell, and he has not signaled what he intends to do that CBS is Paula Reid, reporting in the Democratic led House already passed the measure to pass in the Senate. It needs the backing of a dozen Republicans right now about 100. Passengers are on a Boeing 7 37 Max. Plane find from Miami to LaGuardia. This after two deadly crashes that killed hundreds and grounded the plane for about two years. CBS NEWS Senior Travel advisor Peter Greenberg has more on the American Airlines flight. The reputational damage to the airplane and the Boeing as well as to the FAA remains. American is already announced that any passenger uncomfortable flying the 7 37 Max. Will be flown at no additional charge on another aircraft type, and Congress is on the brink of passing legislation to reform the conflicted behavior of the FAA and the very entities, the manufacturers and the airlines that the federal agency is supposed to regulate. Ah University of Washington microbiologists says the highly contagious variant of the Corona virus that swept across the United Kingdom is probably already here. We haven't actually found it yet, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's not here, Dr Deborah Fuller tells Cairo seven TV Variant doesn't appear to be more deadly than the current A virus. That's in the U. S already, but because it's more easily transmitted, it has the potential to overwhelm our health care system. Fuller says. The current vaccines work on the variant. Students and teachers across the state return to classes after winter break. Archbishop Murphy High School in Everett will continue hybrid reopening starting January 4th half the school, which is about 230, students, will return to physical classrooms on campus, according to the Everett Herald. The other half will tune into classes online. Private school was one of the first schools in the county to partially reopened earlier this year. I'm now for Cairo radio. Real time traffic..

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KOMO

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Defense. If confirmed, he'll become the first black defense secretary in U. S history. I'm Michelle Franzen, ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good morning, It's 8 31. It's Tuesday morning, the eighth day of December 50 degrees in downtown Seattle now and we do have some scattered showers around western Washington. I'm Greg Hershel to Manda is off this morning. He's our top stories. Our state has just reported its largest daily Covad number to date, according to the State Health Department. It has confirmed 6972 cases of Covad. And that was yesterday's report. Yet not all of them are brand new cases. A slowdown in the system last week means that some of the cases there several days old others are duplicates. Still, Dr Ali marked out of the U. Dub Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation says could potentially be a super. He's calling for further restrictions. He expects things to get much worse. The governor Jay Inslee, is going to address all of this at 10 o'clock rather 10 30 this morning. To talk about what's next, and we will bring that to you Live here on CO Mo a new code. The test site is opening in Bremerton this morning. Get SAP County is locating it on the second level of the harborside parking garage at the kids up Conference center on Second Street. The site will be open on Tuesdays starting at 10 o'clock in the morning until 3 P.m., and there's a free drive through covert testing site open again today outside Edmund's would way high school. If that had been planned outside the Edmund's Food bank, but it was moved to the high school for more space. The free testing event at the high school last month hit capacity in one hour, and they were offering 1000 free tests that day. Today's event is only offering 300 tests. It begins at 10 o'clock this morning, and undoubtedly the version already some people lined up anticipation is building for Fizer is covert vaccine. Which is designed to come into doses. Almost Cara costume, which tells us why the second dose is considered so crucial. This is how Dr Deborah Fuller from UW Medicine explained it, she says that first shot is like a primer. It gets her system ready for that second shot, which they're calling a booster, which expands your immunity. There is concerned some people could reconsider the second shot of the encounter side effects with the first shot, which doctors do say is likely the side effects include general malaise, headache, body aches, but doctors say it is Nothing compared to a severe case of Cove in that second dose is absolutely critical to set up the immune system so that you get months of immunity against this infection. So it's both In terms of increasing your immunity and also prolonging out of unit, Dr Fuller expects to see the rate of growth and new covert cases slow significantly with the next few months. If 50 to 70% of the people get vaccinated. Is your child struggling with remote learning failing grades in some subjects that they always have success in? Well, they're not alone in the state school superintendent is concerned. Here's co most Carleen Johnson, student grades are slipping across the state and the state superintendent says many students are showing D's and F's and subjects where they typically got A's and B's young people who historically have been very successful in face to face school. Struggling Rectal says it could be a number of reasons, but Definitely stems from distance learning he wants district is to do everything possible to get these students up to speed. Think about starting slowly with early grades kindergarten through third grade. Think about students who are struggling right now, who are getting these nests creative priority for impersonal learning at times for them, or at least one the one engagement remotely, says he seated himself. His kids classes meeting just 10 minutes of content delivery with the teacher. And then the teacher says Now you have independent time, but the students are left unguided and without structure, Carleen Johnson. Come on news coming up after we check traffic and weather covert behind bars. I'm Corwin hate. The solution looks a lot like punishment. The Bells will go on. I'm Brian Calvert. With story behind a decades old holiday.

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KOMO

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Site will be open on Tuesdays from 10 am until 3 P.m. free drive through covert testing side opens again today outside Edmund's would way high school. The event was planned outside the Edmund's School bank, but it was moved to the high school for more space free testing event of the high school last month, had capacity in one hour and that was for 1000 free tests. Today's event on Lee will offer 300 tests. It starts at 10 o'clock this morning. Anticipation is building for Fizer is covert 19 vaccine It's designed to come into doses comas. Cara Kostya tells us why that second dose is considered so critical. This is how Dr Deborah Fuller from UW Medicine explained it, she says that first shot is like a primer. It gets your system ready for that second shot, which they're calling a booster, which expands your immunity. There is concerned some people could reconsider the second shot of things. Counter side effects with the first shot, which doctors do say is likely decide. Effects include general malaise, headache, body aches, but doctors say it is nothing compared to a severe case of Cove in that second dose is absolutely critical to set up the immune system so that you get months of immunity against this infection. So it's both In terms of increasing your immunity and also prolonging at immunity. Dr. Fuller expects to see the rate of growth in new covert cases slow significantly within the next few months. Result. If up to 70% of the people get immunized Inmates in our state correctional system feel they're being punished for getting sick call Most Corwin hate reports Summer in isolation as the state sees a covert spike behind bars. Washington State prisons are reporting hundreds of new cases among inmates in just the past week, according to the spokesman, Review and Spokane, the state Corrections department reports nearly 400 symptomatic inmates statewide. Are being kept in solitary confinement. The same thing is happening in San Quentin Prison in California as Lisa Cinnamon and inmates sister tells NBC news, a quarantine them by putting them in the hole. You know the place that they normally send prisoners that they are punishing for bad behavior. The correctional complex in Monroe is the site of Washington's first prison covert outbreak. Now administrators are trying to prevent another. Also by placing symptomatic patients in solitary, the girlfriend of one inmate tells the spokesman Review Sick Prisoners at Monroe are quote being treated like animals. Corwin Hank Co. Moh news now on the comb all morning news. Time to check the drive for you from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center with Kierra Jordan looking at a heavy commute this morning in Takoma North, and I fight between Highway 16 and the Tacoma Dome. And then our next round of backups. It starts around 375th and It's going to be a busy driving, traveling out of federal way. We had a couple of earlier issues. And so that didn't help us out there. They have some scattered flowing into C Tech in the Seattle drivers Now, baby between Michigan and Seneca. We are building on North found 99 between the First Avenue South abrasion diagonal now South family five inland, would we're seeing a slowdown from the four If I split just south of 44th, and then traffic just breaks free. That tells me something is going on in the area, but Can't quite tell without my camera shots and in the dark and the rain, but just know that there's hesitation there in limit East down 5 12 very slow now between 94th and the Valley Freeway stink quite slow all the way into Pacific often on slowing starting just south of highway 18 toward Willow Street, Busy again from 180th, the four or five and North bound four or five That's going to be looking at brake lights starting just south of state route 169. Northeast 44th our next camo traffic up 6 44. Now the Kobo forecast cloudy day with some showers on an off. We're getting a little break right now in Seattle from the early morning showers But there is more of that to the West. So looking for a high temperature about 52 degrees this afternoon and the possibility of some Sprinkles overnight tomorrow. Gradually the morning clouds give way to some sunshine of the high around 50. For Thursday.

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KOMO

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"At 10 44 J. Phillips Coma News. Shannon O'Donnell has your Komal forecast Everybody Monday night here in the Great Pacific Northwest, and we're back to our rainy routine, a little bit breezy out there near the waterfront spots as well and some big waves crashing into the ocean beaches. We have high surf advisory advisory. Account for the fact that the waves will be in excess of 20 ft. So these air very much best watch from a safe distance there from the shoreline. Gonna see some degree and some beach erosion here over the next 24 hours, otherwise damper times this week, and that means a return to the mountain snow to enjoy in the couple Weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell. Just days away from the anticipated approval of Fighters Cove in 19 vaccine. It's a two does Syria's that requires you to get that second shot? Como's Cara cost image tells us why that second dose is so critical. This is how Dr Deborah Fuller from UW Medicine explained it to me, she says that first shot is like a primer. It gets her system ready for that second shot. Which they're calling a booster, which helped expands your immunity. Now it is critical that you get that second shot. If you want that coveted protection theme to separate vaccines, due to be released, if here to be more than 90%, effective in preventing Kobe 19, but only after people take two doses, there is concerned some people could reconsider the second shot of the encounter side effects with the first shot. Which the doctors do say is likely beside effects include general malaise, headache, body aches and will likely be stronger with the second dose. But doctors say it is nothing compared to a severe case of cove in that second dose is absolutely critical to set up the immune system so that you get months and months of immunity against this this'll infection. So s so it's both in terms of increasing your immunity and also prolonging at immunity. And Dr Fuller tells me after the vaccine is distributed. We should see a reduction in severe covert cases within just a few months. Fuller also adds that will start to see Cove It knocked down when we are able to vaccinate between 50 and 70% of our population, and we know that it's many months away. Cara Costin ich komm oniy drugstores. CVS is gearing up for the Corona virus vaccine Roll out, the company says its hiring thousands of extra nurses, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. CBS says it plans to vaccinate millions of people next year and said it's urgently hiring extra staff to make that happen when vaccines already government documents show the first vaccines should be delivered the locations across the U. S on December 15th. The Paris Air show, which had been scheduled for June has been canceled. Almost Charlie Harper tells us organizes, blaming on uncertainty over the pandemic. It happens every two years, with hundreds of thousands of people coming from all across the Globe aviation analyst got. Hamilton always goes, but says the early cancelation is no surprise. I think that June would still be a high risk event for the type of meetings events and certainly the number of people who would be in one location rivals Airbus Boy and often try to outdo each other at the air show getting airlines aside and contracts for new planes. Hamilton says he doesn't think there would be many deals to be made this time around. Charlie Harder come O'Neill's levels. Police department has been found in contempt of court. Federal judges found the department violated his previous order for times when they indiscriminately used pepper spray and blast balls against peaceful protesters. Judge said. In those instances, there was no immediate threat to safety or property when those devices were deployed. Family of Chez Taylor will get $1.5 million from the city of Seattle. This is part of a settlement over his death of the hands of Seattle police. Taylor was shot and killed during an undercover drug bust in 2016. The city says they hope this brings closer. The family has not commented. People who ride light rail will have to wait a few more minutes for the next train. John Gallagher, with sound Transit says they had to reduce service due to a shortage of operators. That means trains will run every 12 minutes. Set of every eight we'll We'll have a better sense in the next several weeks as to whether or not we'll be able to return to normal service. He says The reduction only effects weekday commute hours and that ridership is still down about 80% compared to pre covert levels. In County Metro, which operates the trains for Sound Transit, says the staff shortage due to a variety of reasons operators are leave getting sick, caring for sick family members are being on leave as a co vid precaution. The one whose time 10 40 from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Well, tonight Major League Soccer Western Conference Final The Sounders win, They beat Minnesota 3 to 2. That means now they will face Columbus Crew SC Saturday for the MLS Cup. The sea oxen Huskies have some common problems. Details Rick Almost. Bill Swartz can't STOP the RUN. Can't stop. Third downplays we witnessed the New York Giants rumble through Seattle's defense in the third quarter yesterday on their way to an upset 17 12 victory over the Seahawks. Seattle licks their wounds, and they host the windless jets Sunday. Now the Washington Huskies lost for the first time in four Pac 12 games. 31 26 against visiting Stanford. Same issues for Jimmy Lakes, dog defects unable to get off the field, but we're better than that. And we should have we should cut into that. You know, conversion rate. There's no way they should be able to go. 10 of 10 of 13 Washington goes to Eugene to take on the Oregon Ducks in one o'clock Saturday. Washington State is home in Pullman after a 38 13 embarrassing loss to the USC Trojans in the Coliseum, The Cook's host, California Saturday night and feared hitter in seven time. Major league All star Dick Ellen has passed away at age 78. His number. 15 Jersey retired last September by the Phillies sports attended 40 after the hour Bill Swerts Comeau News Bring joy to the dye wires on your gift list by shopping lows and at prices that will bring you joy like your choice of a cobalt 24 volt max. Brush list drill or Impact driver kit for $99 help them expand their workshop with cobalt.

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KOMO

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Transfer public safety functions of other government agencies, unarmed government agencies as well as community based alternatives, councilmember Kathy Lambert says. This isn't the way to do it and anything that being said we just need to sit down and have a conversation. And one that fits the community norm. If the council approves the amendments, then voters would decide in November Charlie Harder. Camo knew the latest cove in 19 numbers from the state Department of Health. 1453 people have died of the virus in our state, up six from yesterday. More than 5100 people have been hospitalized as the pandemic began up 32 from yesterday. Nearly 48,000 people have tested positive for covert 19 in our state. That's an increase of 797 cases in one day, 5.8% of the tests in our state, our coming back positive and after days of seeing Corona virus infection rates spike Some welcome news and Pierce County almost Keith Albert says. For the first time in several days, the numbers have gone down. They have 60 new covered 19 cases with one new death of a man in his hundreds. But the case number is down from yesterday's 97 in a county that joins other counties around the sound and trying to hold its place and phase two and not have to go backwards. The same for Snohomish County were certainly working the best we can to try to maintain Phase two, and we both the health officer and Partners have really been pleading. What's a public? Teo do what's needed to help us maintain face to and from Snohomish County were also getting worthy. Young adults and teens are making up more than half of the new cases. In fact, the age group of 30 years old and younger, they make up 52% of new cases. The concern is they just transmitted to other, more vulnerable adults. The newest cove in 19. Vaccine test, say U W are using a self replicating a vaccine, which researchers believe could continue to increase immunity. Over the longer term. They're working with Seattle's HDTV bio in a delivery system. It could also make. It's scalable for mass production tests have been done in mice and in monkeys, which have now had the vaccine for more than 100 days. Microbiology professor Deborah Fuller says it's too soon to know how long the immunity will last, but that the replicating feature Could make antibody response is more durable, saw initial evidence of this as we reported our paper because nobody responses came up within 28 days only continue to increase with time. Fuller says They'll expose the monkeys to the virus in a few months, and that human trials could also begin by the end of summer. State attorney general moves to block a decision by the U. S. Department of Education, saying it would take Covad relief money away from Washington schools. A G Bob Ferguson says the secretary of education Wants to add restrictions on the $13 billion emergency money set aside by Congress for schools for online learning and other needs. Problem is the way Betsy DeVos has reinterpreted congressintent. It put the disproportion amount into private schools, or they're not as many of low income families of low income students. He says. DeVos does not have the authority to do that, and he's filed a federal lawsuit. Ferguson says if allowed, the new rule would affect $216 million in emergency money meant for schools in our state. Coma news time, 8 40 from the Harley Exterior sports desk. The Toronto Blue Jays have their eyes on a home in the steel city for the 2020 season. Almost Bill O'Neill has details with the start of the season just days away. The Toronto Blue Jays are in talks with the Pittsburgh Pirates to play their home games in western Pennsylvania. Former Mariner and current New York Yankee James Paxton, who was from Canada, says he understands why Canada won't allow a Moby Games in Toronto this summer. It is what it is, You know, I don't really I don't really know that they're going to do what they're gonna do on DH. Well, we'll deal with it to the NFL. Wher owners are looking at what's ahead, ESPN NFL Nation, reporter Paul Gutierrez says Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis is leaning toward games without fans. He didn't like the fact that owners voted, uh 31 212 To get off those 1st 8 rows of seats and put advertising on top of that his decision. His rationale for that rather is that he doesn't have 1000 seats to give away because he sold out for the year in this new stadium and NFL players will be tested daily for Corona virus for at least the 1st 2 weeks of training camp or the league's new testing protocols. The league and the Players union reaching an agreement as rookies for Houston in Kansas City were set to report to camp. Rookies for other teams. They begin arriving Tuesday. We checked sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm Bill O'Neill, Cuomo News and now.

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KOMO

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Protester was arrested for assault, another for theft. I'm Ryan Harris with the new covert vaccine tests you W, which use a self replicating are in a vaccine, Researchers believe could continue to increase immunity over the longer term and could be scalable for mass production. Microbiology Professor Deborah Fuller says It's too soon to know how long the Munity will last. But in tests on monkeys anybody responses came up within 28 days and will continue to increase with time. Fuller says They'll expose the monkeys to the virus in a few months and that human trials could also begin by the end of the summer. I'm Siro marrow state Attorney General Bob Ferguson takes on the president and Department of Education over a new rule on how co Vered relief money is directed to schools. More than $200 million is directed to Washington State. Ferguson filed a federal lawsuit saying that the new restrictions would take away some of that money. Which is allocated for low income students, and instead redirected to private schools. And still to come on the co mo. Knew wearing a mask is bad for your health. I'm Brian Calvert with the doctor who put that statement to the test. 50 floor. Here's marina with our camo traffic. Well, we have an issue at J. P. L. Um It's been there a while now, North bound I five right near Berkeley, So the left lane is blocked, and that's why it's so slow from DuPont's Tilikum area. South bound Baby LIMAs also just kind of sluggish, starting right around gravelly Lake Drive South, down by five Is slow from wild waves into five to about 54th and sluggish stuff found 405 from Newcastle down to looks like right around 30th towards rented other than that, no other major backups at the moment. You're next. Come on Traffic at 5 14 And this update on traffic sponsored by Harold the Car. The law offices of Therapy car in his 55 person team have helped more than 22,000 people with our personal injury cases since 1991 car accident called Car Visit Harold Karr attorney dot com. And the combo weather outlook. Now, here's meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell from the Coma Weather Sunny Upper eighties around the sound today, If you're the hot pockets closer to the foothills may end up at 90 degrees for the hottest day of the year, in most cases, a little bit cooler. Tomorrow we'll drop it.

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"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"In mice and more importantly monkeys, which will carry the vaccine for 4 to 6 months before they are exposed to the virus to test it at lower than peak antibody levels. UW microbiology professor Deborah Fuller says they don't know how durable the immunity is yet to gate. We've seen promising results, indicating that the antibody responses are not declining, like you see, typically has been reported in convalescent patients. Instead, anybody appeared to go up and continue to be sustained. Human trials are expected to start by the end of the summer. Brian Harris. CAMO NEWS State Attorney General Bob Ferguson is again challenging the Trump administration over a new Department of Education rule that he says would take over 19 relief money away from Washington schools. Carlos Romero report, Sir the cares Act elementary and secondary schools in our state or set to get $216 million for help with cleaning supplies, online learning and Mohr based on their percentage of low income students. But Attorney General Ferguson says the new education rule forces school districts to choose by either giving Money to income qualified title, one schools or two schools based on student population, with no accounting for low income students. The challenge we have here with this decision is it Frankie put students who are not me to attend private schools above needy school kids in public schools who this money's intended. The rule comes after President Trump demanded the schools open this fall or risk losing federal funding. See Romero come on news. The debate continues in Congress over a second round of stimulus payments that could start going out as early as next month. Come with Carleen Johnson report. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said the GOP will be working to finalize the plan. This week. Everyone in Congress feeling pressure with the resurgence of the pandemic, not going to shut the economy down again. We don't have enough Money we can borrow to continue to prop up the economy and definitely GOP proposal.

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KOMO

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"Prime minister Boris Johnson did not get hooked up to a ventilator overnight Jerry Preston ABC news one thousand and ninety seven seven it's five thirty one right now thank you for starting Tuesday morning with a calm all morning news we have some clouds in some places but we're in for another beautiful sunny day right now it's forty four degrees in Seattle along with Gregg Hersholt Amanda factor fear the top stories from the couple twenty four seven news center it could take more than one vaccine to finally tame that virus that's the latest word from VAX and all just at the university of Washington we get more from couples Corwin hate we told you last week you dub epidemiologist Deborah fuller is working on a covert nineteen vaccine that could soon advance to clinical testing this vaccine would alter your own cells DNA and then your own cells will get that message and they'll start producing a protein that represents the part of the vaccine now fuller tells geekwire the world will likely need not one but at least three covert nineteen vaccines fuller says patients will react to the vaccine differently a vaccine that works well in young adults may not be as effective among older populations or folks with underlying health conditions fathers also where many other labs are working on vaccines and she says that's a good thing she says quote it's a race to find a cure not a race against each other Corwin hate komo news you probably know one of the main symptoms of someone with the virus is a fever and cold Brian Calvert has more on how this is helping a northwest company that has specialized in detecting heat for nearly two decades business is pretty good at Oregon based fully systems incorporated a company known for its.

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KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"deborah fuller" Discussed on KOMO

"To you by blood works north west donating blood is safe stock the shelves learn how and where to donate blood works NW dot org bettering the community drop by drop our eco roof weather forecast mostly sunny skies today with a high temperature maybe close to fifty five degrees is cold this morning it will be cold again tomorrow as well with low temperatures somewhere around freezing in some spots a few clouds tomorrow but no mention of rain a high of fifty five sunny and fifty five to fifty eight on Wednesday we might be close to the sixty degree mark in the sunshine on Thursday sunshine in Bremerton words thirty five now in Olympia sunny and twenty six here in downtown Seattle sunshine in thirty seven stay connected stay informed call one morning is powered by the world class positions at eight forty six right now on this Monday morning Greg commercial demand a factor which the cold morning news Frank lenses of the editor's desk both stocks are off their lows of the day after quite an interesting start to Monday trading by interesting it was disastrous for the third time in the last week trading was halted soon after the opening bell that happened after the Dow Jones industrial average and S. and P. five hundred both fell by more than eight percent now Jones average is still down around eight percent the U. S. Surgeon General says today that the number of coronavirus cases in this country has reached a level that Italy recorded two weeks ago that's a sign that infections are expected to rise in America as the government steps up testing and financial markets continue to fall Dr Jerome Adams telling fox news that the U. S. is at a critical infection inflection point right now two weeks ago there were seventeen hundred cases of coronavirus in Italy now Italy is reporting twenty five thousand cases and more than eighteen hundred deaths a clinical trial evaluating a vaccine designed to protect against the corona virus begins today the national institutes of health is paying for the trial is taking place at a Kaiser Permanente research facility here in Seattle but Deborah fuller a professor at the university.

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