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Companies Test Antibody Drugs to Treat, Prevent COVID-19

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 4 hrs ago

Companies Test Antibody Drugs to Treat, Prevent COVID-19

"The number of covert deaths in the United States now tops 164,000. Dr Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic about several drugs under development that would deliver antibodies to fight the virus. I'm Harkin heartened. Heartened by the experience that we had with Ebola, in which in a randomized controlled trial We had clear cut indication of efficacy with two monoclonal antibodies. Valdez comments come with a Corona virus vaccine still months off. Companies are rushing to test what may be the next best thing, the drugs that deliver antibodies to fight the virus right away.

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Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19

"Companies rushing to test drugs that can deliver antibodies to fight Corona virus until we get that vaccine, Dr Anthony Fauci says he is cautiously optimistic about several drugs being developed. I'm Harkin heartened. Heartened by the experience that we had with Ebola. In which in a randomized controlled trial We had clear cut indication of efficacy with two monoclonal antibodies and bodies are proteins that the body makes when the infection occurs, then attached to a virus and help destroy it. Vaccines work by tricking the body into thinking there's an infection, so it makes antibodies, but it could take a month or two after vaccination for effective antibodies to form the new experimental drugs can shortcut that process

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Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 hrs ago

Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19

"Companies are rushing to test but maybe the next best thing to a coronavirus vaccine antibody drugs anybody's are proteins the body makes when infection occurs the attached to a virus and help it be eliminated manufactory anybody drugs could be made in large quantities and fight the virus right away without having to train the immune system university of North Carolina virologist Dr Myron Cohen says such a drug could be a game changer you might be able to protect and prevent infection immediately drug company Eli Lilly has already started manufacturing their version betting that studies now underway will get positive results Regeneron pharmaceuticals is testing a to anybody cocktail to enhance the chances the drug will work Dr Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic I'm Jennifer king

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COVID-19 cases among children up 90% over four weeks, report says

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 14 hrs ago

COVID-19 cases among children up 90% over four weeks, report says

"President Trump standing Firm on school Rio openings. Saying it's important for the economy and continuing to defend his belief that the virus is not harmful to young Children. It's a tiny fraction Death tiny fraction. And They get better very quickly, Health experts say that will be available data so far shows Children don't get a sick as adults. More research needs to be done. In a newly released report, the American Academy of Pediatrics finding more than 380,000 cases reported in Children in the U. S since the pandemic began. Nearly 180,000 new covert 19 cases have been reported in Children in just the last four weeks. Dr Anthony founding telling our David Muir photos of pack school hallways like Georgia School that went viral last week are worrisome. Issued the universal wearing masks when I see sights like that. It is disturbing to me in hard hit Florida, where 42,000 Children tested positive for the virus, some of the larger districts starting the year online but still required to open classrooms by the end of the month. Fourth grade teacher Michael McDaniel, showing the challenges of setting up the classroom. I have a very narrow room. So it's a little bit hard to maintain the A distance. Florida's governor has pushed to reopen all classrooms by the end of the month, but insists that parents have a choice between online or in person learning.

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Public Health Officials Are Increasingly Facing Threats

The Takeaway

12:36 min | 23 hrs ago

Public Health Officials Are Increasingly Facing Threats

"Threats for me and my family and harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just I mean, it's amazing I wouldn't have imagined in my wildest dreams. That people who object to things that are pure public health principles are so set against it and don't like what you and I say it, namely in the word of science. That they actually threaten you. That's Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, speaking to CNN's Sanjay Gupta, about threats he and his family have received because of his work. And Dr Fauci is not alone. Public health officials across the US are also receiving threats from people who are against the policies they put forth to combat the corona virus. Things like recommendations to wear masks and practice social distancing. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and she's been researching this exact topic. Michelle, Welcome to the show. Happy to be here. Shall you wrote an article about the attacks on public health officials during covert 19. What was it that prompted you to even look into this? Well, it happens that one of my bosses that Stanford is married to our Santa Clara County local health officer here in the Bay Area, So I do have a personal connection to somebody who's experienced these kind of attacks. Tell us a little bit about what kinds of attacks were talking about. All across the country. We've really seen a number of things that made your audience seem pretty shocking and are unusual even in the American context we have seen, you know the usual Internet trawling, but the attacks have taken on a highly personal and almost violent dimension. Across the country. We've seen health officer subject to dock, saying the exposure of their personal information like their addresses or loved ones, names on the Internet. Angry and sometimes armed protestors showing up at their private residences, vandalism of their offices and homes, lots of harassing telephone calls and even death threats to the point of having to have private security details assigned to their families. Michelle, one of the things that prompted me. I'd saw the research here and then saw that Dr Anthony Fauci has needed to get his own extra private security because I believed his family had been threatened. Are we primarily talking about high profile figures like that, Or are we talking about? Anyone who's sort of on the front lines dealing with Corona virus cases. In particular, we're talking about people who ordinarily are about his low profile. As you can get local public health is thean visible angel that keeps us all healthy. But most of us until this pandemic you never heard of or seen our local health officer. They have been in the news lately on television and newspaper a lot, so they're no longer such private figures. But these are not high profile figures. They're not national figures. In most cases, they're not. They don't have a political agenda. There are doctors trying to do their jobs. Who are making these threats. Well, it comes from a variety of quarters. Ah, leader in Catalyst in this movement has been the anti vaccination movement here in the U. S. That has all of a sudden pivoted from their usual agenda of attacking public figures who advocate vaccination to going after health officers who are advocating masking and the extension of state home or business closure orders, But it's not on ly these groups. They've been joined by thousands of people across the country who are just really disgruntled and incredibly stressed. By the long term economic impact and social isolation that has stemmed from public health orders during the pandemic. Medical professionals are take a Hippocratic oath to serve whoever it is that needs their help. So like this, this feels like doctors and nurses didn't necessarily sign up to be. In such a political battle, You know, it's interesting the politicization of first responders because those on the front lines were actually caring for covert patients have been politicized as heroes in this pandemic. But the same groups of individuals, doctors and nurses who are working in the public health sector have been demonised as villains. They're all working toward the same goals, and we need to understand that, although they execute their objectives in different ways, they're all working towards a single and so are we. So it's really striking to me that there's been this polarization and how folks have viewed First responders and public health doctor's Michelle. Stick with us. We'll be back in a moment. This is the take away. On the next. All of it, looking for a job thinking about switching to a new one will discuss how to navigate the remote workforce in our series, the future of work, and we meet the director of the new documentary Boy State, which goes inside the weeklong mock government exercise that gathers more than 1000 high schoolers to create their own state government. I'm Alison Stewart. Join me for all of it weekdays at noon. We're back and you're listening to the takeaway. I'm tansy. No Vega. Michelle Mellow is on the line with me. She's a professor of law and a professor of medicine at Stanford, and we're talking about recent threats against public health officials all around the country. Michelle. Have we heard anything from the Trump Administration or other politicians at any level of government about this? Because recently in New Jersey, there was a federal judge whose family was attacked. Now there are talks of increasing protections for federal judges. And I'm wondering if this is now transferring over to medical professionals and health professionals. Well, yet we have to distinguish between medical professionals who are on the frontline response like the ones who are working in hospitals and the ones I'm talking about. Are those were working in public health departments. I'm not aware of specific problems involving the folks who are working in hospitals other than nobody wants to stand next to them at the grocery store. But the public health officials really have had to have protection stepped up. Unfortunately, most of our elected officials to the extent that they're speaking to this issue at all have been joining in the attacks. You know, there are folks who are making their name for themselves politically. By joining in the chorus of attacks against public health officials. In some cases, their own public health officers, you know, saying things like their anti Democratic their tyrannical when in reality, those same health officers are the only people in that state who can issue these orders. They're executing. Planning done by other elected officials, who then sort of hide behind this rhetoric, So it really is, in my view, despicable that instead of offering support to these hardworking, underpaid under attack health officers State and local officials. And in some cases, congressmen and the president have joined in the attacks, and the president himself has been the foam enter and chief here Retweeting such statements as everyone is lying. The CDC media Democrats are doctors, everyone we're told to trust That kind of statement fans the flames. Michelle did your research show whether or not there was a difference in health officers who are in red states versus blue states or our folks that work in these positions across the board, subject to this type of harassment. You know, we really have seen it in all kinds of communities. Certainly there is a red and blue divide in willingness to accept public health measures like masking and to the extent that you're leading a community that's more red than blue. You might have a larger segment of the population going after you. But some of the people who have been under attack are in heavily blue communities were actually most of the population really supports what they're doing. Polling is very much in their favor. But there is a vocal extreme of vocal minority that is dominating attention. Is there anything that public health officials Khun do to protect themselves? You know, to protect themselves. Many of them do need security details, and they need elected officials to stand up and indicate that when these actions crossed the line into illegal forms of harassment, they'll be subject to prosecution in terms of self defense strategies. You know, I think it may be late in the game for this, but there are some things that I think We know help to cultivate public trust and buy in to coerce of public health legal measures. Polling shows us that when people feel that they have a say in public health policy agendas when quote unquote people like me can influence agendas in public health policy, they're more likely to accept laws, even the ones that they don't love. So I think there are opportunities for some health officers to double down on the transparency and candor in their public communications. We do have examples of where this has been done Extraordinary. Well. I think it helps to humanize health officers to telegraph that they're really struggling with these decisions. They don't take them lightly, and also that they have the support of consultation of a number of other people. Well, they're not acting alone and imposing these orders. Do you know of any health officers who have decided to leave? Ah, the job as a result of this because it doesn't feel like you know, the virus is not going away. Assume as many of us would have liked, and people are going to have to make policies and an implement policies until we've got some clarity on where what the next phase of this is so have folks that you know, decided to leave their jobs as a result. Absolutely. I think the count is up near 30. Now, health officers who have either resigned or been forced out by their elected officials since the start of the disease pandemic because of the politicization of their orders. And that includes Oxiris Barbeau, who was the New York City health commissioner. It includes Nicole Quick, the health commissioner of Orange County are most affected County in California. In terms of covert cases it includes West Virginia health officer for the state had the slam so lots of folks who are dealing very, very difficult situation simply, it's just not reasonable to expect them to go on month after month. In this kind of climate, especially when they're not getting any support from other officials mentioned Oxygen's Barbeau and I know that was a big issue here in New York, particularly because she clashed with Mayor Bill de Blasio. Are we seeing a lot of that? A CZ? Well, just internally among Officers and public health officials, and also just, you know, the other officials that they're dealing with. It feels like I don't know if that was very specific to New York City politics or if that's also happening across the board. I think that is happening in a lot of communities. Yes, where you have a schism between elected branches of government that represent communities that have a particular ideological bent and help officers who have been serving you know for many, many administrations many many years and you are You're acting on the science a TTE this point of the pandemic. People are fed up with the science. They want a balance of between health concerns and economic and other concerns. And again. Some health officers have been very good at explaining how public health orders balanced. Those concerns and others who are maybe less transparent, really have been confronted by a lot of attacks from Ah, elsewhere in government. But, you know, responding to local political pressures themselves you mentioned earlier. We we are having to differentiate between threatening health officers and health officials and making and threatening frontline workers like doctors and nurses. But Our doctors and nurses subject to any type of politicization and threats right now, because of the role that they what they could possibly represent, or have they gotten off Have they sort of not been in the cross hairs? If you will. You know, I'm not aware of those kinds of attacks. I think it's more just that What we hear from them is the difficulty that they have in their personal lives Because people know they work with sick people. They don't want to be around him. They don't want to be around their kids. So it's the usual story in any pandemic, where You're the child of somebody who's working with an affected patient. Nobody wants their kid in school with you. I think that causes some difficulties for them, but it's a different quality and caliber of attack than what we've been talking about with public health officers. Michelle Mellow is a professor of law at Stanford Law School and a professor of medicine at Stanford University. School of Medicine. Michelle. Thanks so much, Thank you.

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Putin Says Russia Has Approved 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine. but Questions Over Its Safety Remain

Squawk Pod

05:40 min | 1 d ago

Putin Says Russia Has Approved 'World First' COVID-19 Vaccine. but Questions Over Its Safety Remain

"Breaking overnight Russian president. Vladimir Putin said that the first Russian produce vaccine for COVID. Nineteen has received regulatory approval from the country's Health Ministry the vaccine was developed by Moscow's Galilea Institute. Putin. said. It forms stable immunity and passes all necessary safety checks putting also said, one of his daughters has actually received that vaccine Brian this news about Putin and this potential vaccine is huge but I think we do need to take it with a grain of salt. Well, trying to make sense of it, Becky, good, morning Wolf Becky as well. I mean trying to make sense of it. You have what you think are the markets sort of key points, right? Trillions of dollars in stimulus potential payroll tax cuts, all the market themes that we've all been talking about on CNBC all day long powering the markets higher seven days in a row you wake up at whatever four o'clock in the morning and Russia says, Oh, by the way, we have a working vaccine it's been approved by our own institute and I gave it to my daughter says Vladimir Putin so it is a huge developing story and I think. Guys it really whether or not you believe it or not, and there's GonNa be a lot of scientists that want to see the data. What is this vaccine? What is it based on? How many doses are available? How much does it cost as the world get it either way the market did move a little. We were up before the headlines crossed, but it did move a little on this news and I think Becky it does call into question. What happens on the day and whether that day is today or not the day the world gets a working vaccine. What happens? What do we do? Do we know? I, guess drink some vodka do we go out and street down the street I have no idea you know I might look here. Here's what I. Here's how I kind of look at this news just from what we've been hearing in the last several months from experts. There is a huge debate here in the United States taking place about whether these potential vaccine candidates should be fast-tracked even more and brought directly to the public before it. Goes through the extensive as one face to face three testing the phase three testing that you would normally see it's very high bar. They want to make sure that that not only is it safe for people to take. But also that there is efficacy remember last week we heard from the Dr Anthony. FAUCI that there's a a real risk that you are not going to see something that has ninety percent or north in terms of its effectiveness. The FDA is now looking at fifty percent as the floor. If they can get fifty percent effectiveness, they would think that that is great. Sixty, seventy, five percent even better. But you probably not talking about a vaccine where you have ninety three percent effectiveness with the measles shot. My guess is that the Russians have taken a candidate and fast forward it without doing a lot of those types of extensive studies that you're going to see on candidates vaccine candidates here in the united. States and there's a big debate about that. There are people here in the United States are pushing for us to do the very same thing but if you talk to. Some of the more cautious experts, some of the people who look at this they say, no, we do this for a reason it would be disastrous if you approved vaccine and then it turned out it either wasn't safe or that it didn't work very well but people would lose faith in vaccination programs. It's difficult enough to get people to accept vaccinations and do this, and there are more people here and the United States who are anti factors at this point who are raising questions about whether they'd even take it but there's a real reason that you go through these extensive steps and try to make these things positive now again. Totally, a guess, but I don't know how they would have had time to do all the testing that that we are making sure everyone of the vaccination candidates here in the United States has gone through and that's just the safety question Becky I mean look at the day we've got so far from all of the US in European trials. If you could put safety aside has any of them showed yet enough effectiveness in treating this forest enough antibodies antigens or whatever it is they're trying to create. I'm not sure where even quite there yet. Anyway on some of the data points and to that point whether it's a safety concern or. Effectiveness concerned with the Russian vaccine I doubt will get the daytime. You put the news on twitter whatever you WANNA call it and there's a group of people that just don't want to believe anything. They don't want any good news is that people are just bad I don't know why that is like Oh, well, it's not real or it's Russia must be faked maybe it is fake who knows there's a lot of candidates out there not just on the vaccine side but on the antibody side, the treatment cyber general and other things we could have real candidates by September by the way September is next month. Let me give you a few reasons to be optimistic. The are one the reproduction rate has held fairly steady. There are community spreads parts of America, but overall fairly steady. The question I've got is this we're starting to get some indications that Americans maybe closer to so-called hurt immunity than we think because t cell reproduction rates have seen higher in some communities ironically corona queens a few weeks ago or a month ago they found twenty five percent of the population had developed t-cells or anybody's and twenty five percent was not ill indicating that perhaps there is a greater capacity for amazing bodies to generate these t cells and these antibodies than we think in other. Words guys. There's a lot of terrible news out there and a lot of families are suffering but the market I think have looked at the fact that we had nine, hundred, sixty, eight, sixty, million people got avian flu, the Hong Kong flu and Nineteen Sixty eight off and fifty thousand or so Americans ended up dying from that about two hundred thousand in today's numbers no vaccine was ever created for that. You can debate whether or not. We have a vaccine it's still exist in some form. The point is I think the market is at least looked out a year and said life will hopefully be. Much, different and maybe much more normal than it is right now

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Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:33 min | 1 d ago

Trump pushes forward with executive action on economy despite legal questions

"CNN White House correspondent Boris Sanchez Boris President Trump is defending the executive orders issued on pandemic relief even as the White House is struggling to explain them they're having trouble landing out for the American people. Yeah that's right. Jim The president also spinning these executive actions claiming that they do more to help struggling Americans than they actually do the president dodging criticism even from within his own party that these actions are unconstitutional and also ignoring previous statements that he's made about executive actions. Tonight president trump sparring with his own party taking aim at critics of his new executive actions tweeting that Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse is a Republican in name only saying he has quote gone rogue. Again, this foolishness plays right into the hands of the radical left Dem's SAS tearing into trump's decision to circumvent stimulus negotiations in Congress calling the move unconstitutional slap comparing the actions to President Obama's signing of executive orders after lawmakers could not reach consensus orders that trump himself frequently criticized. The country was in based on executive orders right now Obama goes around signing executive orders. It's a basic disaster you can't do it in theory is opposed to you know the old fashioned way get everybody into a room and get something that people agree on trump was not in the room getting lawmakers together instead spending the weekend at his Golf Club in New Jersey as questions linger over whether the actions will survive legal challenges, members of the administration struggled to even explain them. Twelve, hundred dollars. Are you talking about in addition to unemployment that they're already getting nervous having. that. I. Beg. Your pardon the twelve hundred dollars will come from the payroll tax. It should be eight, Hundred Bucks I beg your pardon it should be eight hundred bucks for the unemployment eight, hundred or four hundred. No should before it should be eight hundred dollars. But White House Chief of Staff Morton Meadows appears more concerned with public comments from the administration's health experts. The Washington Post. Reporting Meadows has admonished Dr. Anthony Fauci for sounding out of sync with trump according to the post. Meadows has also excluded health experts for morning meetings with staff privately sharing skepticism about Dr and Dr Deborah burks questioning their expertise and regularly raising issues on which she thinks they've been

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Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:45 min | 4 d ago

Trump Vows to Issue Executive Orders if Coronavirus Relief Talks Collapse

"Breaking news on the economic front the White House and Democrats say talks of the economic stimulus package they have hit a wall president trump is threatening to take executive action on his own. Let's get details on that from our chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Americans they are in desperate economic pain right now but stimulus talks seem to be going nowhere right now what's the latest? Well, that's right. Wolf with negotiations falling apart over Corona Virus Relief Bill White House officials say president trump is now expected to take some kind of executive action to provide financial support to Americans who are struggling to find work during this pandemic the executive orders are likely to include some kind of effort to provide enhanced unemployment benefits as well as some kind of. Action on suspending evictions from rental homes. There may be some other proposals in the mix, and in the meantime, we should point out the president just hinted at the path ahead in the last hour tweeting, we're going a different way that tweet coming from the president in just the last hour, and in the meantime administration officials are throwing cold water on the president's gold having corona virus vaccine ready by election day one senior administration official told me earlier today that timeline is highly unlikely. President trump's claim that a corona virus vaccine could be ready by election day is receiving an injection of reality as top administration health officials are saying, don't bet on it. Then November third. Oh I. Think I think in some cases. Yes. Possible before. But right around that time, a senior administration official told CNN that timeline is just not realistic saying it's quote metaphysically possible but highly unlikely and Corona Virus Taskforce Dr Anthony Fauci said. May Have to wait until November or December just to find out of a vaccine really works adding maybe we'll get an answer as early as October but I doubt it trying to put a finer prediction on the timetable right now I don't think any of us have enough information yet to know how that's going to shake out. The pandemic Bennett economy recovered somewhat in July with the unemployment rate falling to just above ten percent with one point eight million jobs added even with so many Americans still out of work congressional Democrats and White House officials have been at odds all week over Corona Virus Relief Bill with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, pointing the finger at top aides to the president. Now, that's been in the White House when the president's land that table and walked out that's really what Mr. Meadows. Did I on the table can't shoot staff Mark Meadows Jabbing right back I think for those that are suffering they. They should be asking the Democrats in the House and the Senate why why have you failed to meet the needs that we have so rightly expressed without a deal the White House is signaling Mr Trump will take executive action that legal drafting is complete. We've had this intense discussions about this. In the last several days, I don't WanNa make predictions. Democrats are also keeping an eye on election day accusing the administration of making changes to the nation's postal system that could slow down mayland balloting in a letter, the Postal Service Inspector General, a group of Democratic senators wrote the changes appear to pose a potential threat to mail in ballots and the twenty twenty general election President Likes Mail in voting in Florida but not another states like Nevada Florida's got a great Republican governor and it had a great Republican. Got Run to scientists Rick Scott, the president is seizing on comments made by Joe Biden, you seem to say African Americans are less diverse and their political views Latino voters unlike the African American community notable exceptions. The Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With, incredibly different attitudes about different things Biden try to clean that up tweeting in no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by identity not on issues not at all Mr Trump, tweeted biden is no longer worthy of the black vote I don't know what's going on with them, but it was very insulting. The president's attack on Biden are tricky for Mr Trump, who has a long track record of racially offensive behavior including sharing this video, featuring a supporter shouting white power. Now the US intelligence community issued a startling statement on election security today as the US closing in on the fall campaign. In that statement intelligence officials warn Russia is trying to damage from where Vice President Joe Biden. His chances to win the white. House the statement also from the intelligence community says, she prefers that president trump fail in his bid for a second term. These warnings from intelligence officials come at a critical time for American voters who were largely unaware that. The Russians were interfering with the election for years ago this time the voters know all too. Well, what could

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Unemployment claims top 1 million for 20th straight week

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:32 min | 5 d ago

Unemployment claims top 1 million for 20th straight week

"Two, million Americans filed for first time. Unemployment benefits is the twentieth straight week where more than a million people have filed for jobless claims. Recent polling shows that sixty nine percent of Americans believe the country is heading in the wrong direction a new report from the Bloomberg Misery Index. That's actually a real thing. It tallies inflation and unemployment outlooks for sixty countries reveals that quote the United States is projected to see the worst reversal of fortune this year in a ranking of global economic misery underscoring just how much havoc the pandemic has wrought America fell twenty five spots from the number fifty spot to the number twenty five spot that puts us behind countries like Russia and Mexico on the economic misery ranking. And yet, Donald Trump seems content to say it'll all go away. Not, pushing Republicans to come to a deal with Democrats to extend enhanced unemployment benefits and the moratorium on indictions. He's blaming problems on in states on governors, pressuring states with spiking cases to reopen their schools and spreading disinformation actual disinformation about the virus including claim about children. That is so dangerous that facebook and twitter both took a down they hardly take anything down. and. Today he twice claimed without evidence at a vaccine. We'll be ready before election day only to be fact checked by Dr. Anthony. FAUCI. We're trying very hard to. Get a vaccine that might be available by the end of the year or the beginning of two thousand, twenty one. But that's many months away.

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Dr. Fauci Says His Daughters Need Security as Family Continues to Get Death Threats

Steve Cochran

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Dr. Fauci Says His Daughters Need Security as Family Continues to Get Death Threats

"Dr. Anthony Fauci says he's had to hire security to protect his daughter's Because of death threats, death threats for me and my family and harassing my daughters to the point where I have to get security is just I mean, it's amazing. I wouldn't have Imagine in my wildest dreams. That people who object to things that are pure public health principles. So set against found. She blames the anti science sentiment Some Americans have for helping spread the Corona virus because many of them refused to wear

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Fauci: Drugmakers will have 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2021

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:39 sec | 6 d ago

Fauci: Drugmakers will have 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2021

"Million cases of the Corona virus in the U. S. But the nation's top infectious disease expert is offering some positive news about a vaccine CBSs Steve Futterman with more. In an interview with Reuters, Dr Anthony found. She expressed optimism about a vaccine. I'm talking about something That has been proven to be both safe and effective and felt. She said He believes that vaccine will be approved by the end of the year as forgetting an approved vaccine to the public. The manufacturer's tell us That they will have hundreds of millions and likely a 1,000,000,000 doses by the end of 2021. Steve Futterman CBS News The virus

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Fauci discusses mask mandates in video conference with Connecticut governor

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:44 sec | Last week

Fauci discusses mask mandates in video conference with Connecticut governor

"Plenty about studies that show wearing face coverings are a mask along with social distancing help slow the spread of Corona. Virus. In a video conference with Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, Dr Anthony Fauci talks more about the research behind wearing a mask. For those who say, Don't wear a mask. It's of no benefit. That is untrue and misleading. Dr. Anthony found. He addressed five things. Everybody Khun Duty help prevent Cove in 19 from spreading. They include wearing facemasks, physical distancing, staying away from places where people congregate, choosing outdoor activities over indoor ones and practicing good hand hygiene. He says that we need to practice safety measures to bring the number of daily cases down. So we can all enter the fall with the low baseline. This

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NIH launches possible COVID treatment by using monoclonal antibodies

The Savage Nation with Michael Savage

00:31 sec | Last week

NIH launches possible COVID treatment by using monoclonal antibodies

"Institute of Health is preparing to separate trials that would test monoclonal antibodies and patients who have covert 19 1 of those trials would focus on patients with a mild form of the disease. Thea other would treat patients who are hospitalized. Monoclonal antibodies are proteins in the immune system that in this case would target a single structure on the body of the virus in the hopes of slowing or even preventing infection. Dr Anthony found, she said they expect to know by October or November. If the's antibody treatments are effective, I'm

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Dr. Anthony Fauci starting to see 'insidious' rise in rate of positive coronavirus cases in some states

Morning Edition

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Dr. Anthony Fauci starting to see 'insidious' rise in rate of positive coronavirus cases in some states

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Parents struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

AP News Radio

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Parents struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

"The school year has started for many kids and parents are facing tough decisions about whether to send them to classes even as president trump pushes for all schools to open tens of thousands of kids returned to school in person yesterday with more to come later this week many will stay home for distance learning though the president continues insisting that's not the way to go a daily we want to open those schools we want to open them Dr Anthony Fauci agrees that should be the default position but it entirely depends on where the school is if the infection rate is so low that there's very little chance of their being infection spread then you should feel okay about doing it but felt she says the primary consideration has to be the health of kids teachers and school staff Sager mag ani Washington

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Parents struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

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00:52 sec | Last week

Parents struggle as schools reopen amid coronavirus surge

"The school year has started for many kids and parents are facing tough decisions about whether to send them to classes even as president trump pushes for all schools to open tens of thousands of kids returned to school in person yesterday with more to come later this week many will stay home for distance learning though the president continues insisting that's not the way to go a daily we want to open those schools we want to open them Dr Anthony Fauci agrees that should be the default position but it entirely depends on where the school is if the infection rate is so low that there's very little chance of their being infection spread then you should feel okay about doing it but felt she says the primary consideration has to be the health of kids teachers and school staff Sager mag ani Washington

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COVID-19 testing and contact tracing key for safely reopening schools, two new studies suggest

Anderson Cooper 360

06:42 min | Last week

COVID-19 testing and contact tracing key for safely reopening schools, two new studies suggest

"Some classrooms begin to open the US Dr Anthony Fauci said today that schools should proceed with caution and make safety a priority down. She also said that students need the psychological nutritional benefits and pretending in person classes although acknowledges that parents have to quote. Dramatically modified their work schedule this as we touched on earlier, two new studies suggesting scaled up testing and contact tracing of those who test positive being key factors in any school reopening. To professionals who are facing these issues in different dates. Becky stone is the director of Alcoa City schools in Tennessee and Brian Woods Superintendent of the northside independent school district in San Antonio Texas, appreciate both of you for for being here tonight Becky the for the first day back to school in your area. Tennessee was July twenty second week and a half ago you. I know you've had four confirmed coronavirus cases. You expect so many. So soon and and how you responded that how does that change thing? Is. When we decided that we were going to open wing knew that we would have cases We unfortunately didn't go into it thinking that. No one was going to get sick because lots goes on those folks are going to get sick if they're in school or not but the first one we had was Just right. After we opened school and we met together and as attain. We did our contact tracing and because I felt like we had some really good protocols in place we really didn't the exposure was very limited and the second time it happened was last week and again I feel like because of the protocols we have in place in the safeguards there was very little exposure Interesting that that you're doing your own contact trae saying as a school That's a that's obviously a smart thing to do given the problems we're seeing with contract tracing on kind of you know on the large scale. Bryan Texas you're facing a different timelines. Schools haven't opened yet in your district, but once they do they'll be required to have full person learning after the first eight weeks. I correct me if I'm wrong on that do you think that timeline will allow you to keep your students and teachers say It's a good question and it's one that I hope we don't have to contemplate obviously our preferences not to have a a set timeline but rather to allow a local school leaders in elected boards of trustees to make decisions about what safe for their students in their staff. So a it is concerning to us that we have kind of an arbitrary time line of eight weeks, and then whoever wants to be back in the building. Ganvie. Becky I. Knew Your district did stagger started with students coming in for in person classes I think only one day week, which means I, think he'd only have a twenty percent occupancy at any given time. How is that working out? What are the difficulties? That you're finding just for other educators who are out there. That's true. We have about we're a small district. We only have about twenty, two, hundred students system wide good part. We're all on one campus with four schools on one campus we did decide. For. An option our our students could also choose to do all online and to do virtual learning. So when we say we brought in twenty percent, it's a little bit less than that because of those virtual learning students who are already online, but we did we stagger. So students are in school one day a week, and then they do digital learning the next four days until they come back to their in person day and it's worked out very well for US I can say. Got Of great feedback from parents teachers from other from administrators It does create some difficulty and you touched on that a second ago parents. It creates a difficulty for parents and I understand that and we want to be sensitive to that. But at the same time we thought why with the pressure to open, this is the only way that we could open safely and that was our first priority, and if if I know with contact tracing if a classroom if the student has positive. What happens in terms of quarantining D- do does the teacher they were in touch with does that person have to then leave school does the classroom what happens? Well. Again, because we open with such small numbers, it's very easy for classes to social distance and so Alvar staff are required to wear masks all times. Our students are not required. They six through twelve. We have strongly suggested that they wear and then pre K. through five. We have suggested that they wear if they're going to be in close groups. However. It's been good because most all students are wearing mask as well. But again, a classroom if a student test positive. There may only be for their students in that class right and they've been distance, and so when you do the contact tracing, what we have found is that very few of them have been in close contact for ten minutes or more within six feet of one another, and so the exposure has been very limited and most of the time both have on mass. So they can continue come to school and the teachers continue coming to school. Even though they they've. Been in the area of of a student, but not for a prolonged time. That's correct. Now, the student that tests positive obviously would corentin for fourteen days. Okay and and then anyone else that we find that may have been in close contact with that person and may have some exposure. They would also contain for the fourteen days. Brian's Brian the guidance for Best Practices for schools has been a moving target of both federal and state levels of Texas Office of in a hot spot for the virus in recent weeks how has that changed your plans and preparations have? It's changed dramatically when we surveyed our families in early June, we had about three quarters who indicated they wanted to come back for in person learning than we sent the same survey out in mid-july that was down more like a third, and so it has altered plans dramatically unfortunately in Texas we've had constantly shifting state. As well, and so I don't honestly know which version of the plan were on at this point I lost track a long time ago. But the the prevalence of the viruses. Shifted our plans but I feel good that we got a good plan on. Nimble plan. Going forward, and we'll be able to serve families either in the building or in distance learning well O'Brian woods and becky stone I appreciate can't imagine how difficult it is to be an educator right now and not appreciate all you're doing. Thank you very much.

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Anthony Fauci to Teachers: You'll Be 'Part of the Experiment' in Reopening Schools

WBBM Morning News

01:08 min | Last week

Anthony Fauci to Teachers: You'll Be 'Part of the Experiment' in Reopening Schools

"Deaths in the U. S. Now top 150,000 a grim milestone in a summer that seemed a pandemic surge across the South and West. CBS News National correspondent David Beg No California, Texas and Florida recorded single day highs for new Corona virus deaths, and so did North Carolina. Mike Pence, visited that state Wednesday with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There's not a national superintendent. Therefore, there's not a national plan for reopening. So with no national plan, local leaders in viral epicenters like Miami, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Houston are planning to delay in person. I'm learning a dilator this year. But some parents say distance learning is just too challenging. Sydney bursts of Lexington, Kentucky, is a single mom balancing work and at home teaching. I need to outsource other educational options just to make sure that my child is learning listen to what Dr Anthony Fauci told the president of the nation's largest teachers. Unions are gonna be actually part of the experiment. We don't have the total database of knowing what there is to expand after a

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06:08 min | Last month

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"I'm going to be okay because I'm young and healthy. You've got to get out of that mindset because you are being part of the problem. The blanket stay at home order in March and April seems to have caused this pent up energy in states that were not having that surge. Some people were staying inside, and feeling like why, and so they fled the bars. So should it have been more calibrated to start with I? Don't know exactly the answer, but I can understand and empathize with people that had essentially very very few cases who were? Were then told that they needed to lockdown. So there is a point to that. Perhaps it could have been done maybe a little bit more surgically to not get people who really didn't need that degree of locking down so I think that's something you know when you go back and examine how things were done I think that's probably going to be discussed as what the pros and cons of that. Yeah I think psychologically. It probably would have been hard in New York being locked down knowing that the rest of the country was open. You know there's this sort of equity issue. But there was also maybe this consequence. No I think you're right, and I'm glad you put it that way because that's a fair way to put it. If you selectively decide you lockdown, you lockdown, but you don't lockdown. That's going to raise some eyebrows on the other hand. Since things are not equally happening in different regions to have the same, you know very dramatic response to it also has its downside, but you do the best you can on the very difficult circumstances. That's the human behavior side of it, but there's also the public policy side. How has public policy? How has the messages from leaders contributed to this surge? I mean obviously. It's a mixed bag. I mean there are a lot of things that are going on in the state. Some states you know it gets frustrating, because not the name any states, but some states admittedly opened up too early and too quickly, so that was something that probably should not have happened that led to this I've seen examples of other states that have actually officially done it correctly, and provided the right leadership, but the human behavior, and the need in the urge to just open up quickly has almost overrided some of the recommendations. Recommendations of the leaders, so it's a mixed bag. I mean obviously like to see a consistent message all along that people understand, but for better or worse. Unfortunately, that's not exactly what's going on, but should that be the job of the White House task? Force yeah well, I'm speaking to you as a member of the White House Task Force and I think I'm being pretty clear at what I'm saying, so yes, sir, it is part of what we do and I think you see that for me and for my colleagues on the Task Force. I feel like there are mixed messages on the task force whether it's the. Elected officials, vice president, pence, versus you and Dr Burks that. Vice President Pence. Says things are improving and you and Dr Burks are sounding the alarm more well, I think fairness to the vice president. The vice president understands that, but he is trying in his role as the vice president to really in a certain sense, also point out some of the things that are going well, so he is a person who's an optimistic person, and he's doing a very good job. The leader of of the task force much say and you're a sober person scientist. Coldly and I don't mean that in a negative way I look at the data, analyzed the data and I give my best opinion based on the evidence. That is something that goes into the discussion, but there are a lot of things that go into the discussion that go well beyond me and my colleagues who are primarily public health individuals. There's the issue in the need from economic from another standpoint to get open, so all of that goes into the mix, and then you see the kinds of recommendations that go out, but you know as a member of the Task Force I'm telling you that we have a serious situation that we really do need to address. It said that Vice President. Pence has many things to way including economic mandate, and you have a public health mandate, and these two things need to be working in tandem. But! Do you think over the last few months that the public health people have lost out to the president's economic priorities? I'm some respects I'm glad you asked that question, but in some respects I'm not because you were getting into the soundbite territory which we're going to avoid I can tell you that we shouldn't think of it as one against the other. Because once you start thinking there's public health, and then there's the economy opening. It looks like they're opposing forces. So what we're trying to do is to get the public health message, if heard an implemented the actually a gateway to facilitate opening an easier way, instead of this, these guys are on this side, and those guys and ladies are on the other side. Be Right back. This episode of the Journal is brought to you by verizon. When you work with verizon, your customers can reach you across all of your numbers seamlessly. Your team can work together in different places across different devices, and you get security trusted by some of the largest companies in the world, because reliability is everything if you networks down your. Businesses can rely on for Isan. When you can rely on your network, you're ready. Learn more at verizon dot com.

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04:13 min | 2 months ago

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"States have been blaming the recent violence. Don Arrest in their cities on quote. Outside agitators on this coast with from NPR, a history of blaming civil disobedience on bad actors from out of town. This is one A.. We're talking with Dr Anthony Fauci about the latest corona virus news and I wanted to ask you Dr Fauci. What do we know about the possibility of vaccine any significant movement on that? Oh Yeah Oh, yeah, there's an awful lot of good movement with regard to vaccine first of all. There are number of companies that are very actively involved. The NIH is has developed one of those with the company, but also is collaborating with at least four other companies to try and put together. Obviously what we would hope would be a safe and effective vaccine. We're moving very quickly and I might emphasize not at the expense of safety, nor compromising any of the scientific integrity of the study, but a couple of candidates are already an early phase one trial, and we fully expect that we will have an advanced trial. That would ask the question. Does the vaccine work by the first week or two, in July, which is only just a few weeks from now, that would likely take several months. To determine vaccines work and other vaccines will be coming in. After that by staggering a month or two or three later so. Yeah, July. It's going to start. Careful, dumping fuse starting to trial with having a vaccine. Okay wanted to be there. That's important. Our listeners are gonNA hear. July and everyone's just going to get so excited. Yeah, no, no, no, no July is when the trial starts Gotcha. It takes several months from that to determine if it works so there's no guarantee that a vaccine is going to be effective. Certainly, we would not. Not Have a vaccine given to anyone if it's not safe, and if it's not effective, but you can get to the point where you can make a determination if it's effective likely by the end of this county year and the beginning of twenty twenty one, so if the vaccine does show itself to be safe and effective, we may get doses that are available for people by the. The very end of this year, and the beginning of the first few months of twenty twenty one, and if China gets there first, I is that an issue or not I? Hope China is highly successful with the vaccine. This is not a race of who gets there first. This is a number of groups trying to get a vaccine. I don't think know what I be satisfied with. With just one, I would love there to be more than one two or three next scenes, including China getting a vaccine, and we get a vaccine, and some of the European countries get a vaccine, because if a vaccine is going to be successful, you want it to be available throughout the world, not only two countries that can afford to make a vaccine so the more companies. That have successful vaccines the better off we are I. don't see this as a race in which there is one winner. We have just about twenty seconds to Dr Fauci. As cases around the country are surging, tell us real quick. How do we prevent the second wave of coronavirus? Well. You do the kinds of things that we've been saying all along first of all, you can't proceed safely to trying to get some degree of normality, but you've got to do it within the context of careful, prudent reopening namely having at your. Capability The ability to be able to identify isolating contact trace so that when you see the inevitable blips, in cases that those blips come surges and those surges. Don't become a second wave. It is not inevitable that we're going to have a second wave.

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Powerhouse Politics

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"We're going to beginning the first of the phase three trials, which means to determine if it works in July. it takes several months to determine. If a vaccine. Is Safe and effective in works. The risk being taken is a financial risk in other words starting to manufacture doses. Before you even know it works. The government is working with companies to mitigate that risk for the company, so the government is making a major investment in doing that which means John at the end of the year. We should know I had made that prediction in January. I said it'll be a year eighteen months. You remember you asked me that question. A year from January to December. Which means to me that we would have a vaccine available. In a modest amount, and probably by the first couple of months of twenty twenty one, the companies tell us that they have the capability that they will have a couple of hundred million doses, so I would think that if we're successful and the one thing I wanna make it clear because this will be coming back in cokes. Guarantee that wall that you will have a successful vaccine, but what we feel confident that we will know by the end of the year that we do or do not, and if we do which I'm cautiously optimistic that we will, we will be able to be distributing vaccines in the first couple of months of twenty twenty one. Okay so so two final questions on the vaccine. First of all is the risk of a rush to get that vaccine out on the market. Is there a risk of short-circuiting safety? find something that works. You'll get it out there. Are you really going to know. Did it say everybody? That's a great question John. So. The trial. Or the trials each going to have about thirty thousand people in the trial. Fifteen thousand in the Placebo fifteen thousand in the actual experimental component. Up Face trial is fundamentally to determine efficacy, we've gone through a small, a small face, two for one of the candidates and we will go into the face three. With special attention to the safety issues, so generally face three is some safety, but mostly does it work. We're going to be adding a degree of observation for the safety. So when we say we proceed at risk, it is never at risk. We don't compromise the safety. We don't compromise scientific integrity. The risk is to the investment, because generally when you do a vaccine trial, you go to this stage, and if it's successful, then you make the investment in the second stage. If a successful here will make the investment in everything upfront, which means that if it's not successful, the only thing you've lost is money. You have not compromise safety, and you have not compromised scientific integrity. While they're certainly going to be a lot of pressure to get whatever to to to to get to market to get this out there the financial pressure and the pressure basically people that wanted to be clear this last question. Do you just outlined the steps you're taking ensure this is being done safely. Are you confident that the Chinese are also rushing to develop a vaccine are day is committed to the eighth guards. Is there a concern that they may? Short circuit the aspect. You know the answer was I. If I have a concern, I'm I'm impugning them, but I know from experience that material that has come out of there. Has Been. Material, that has not been I I mean remember what they sent to the Brits with the tests that they will work. They sent a whole bunch of stuff, so I don't have the confidence that I have their own regulatory authorities or in the European regulatory authorities and I'm not ashamed to say that. Our doctor FAO G I WANNA thank you for taking the time to go through all. This I had a lot of questions pent-up and spoken to you in a while. So thank you for taking the time to talk to us and more importantly for your service appreciated John Thank. You for having me, so he's a pleasure to be with you. Thank you, and that is all the time we have powerhouse politics. We'll see you again next week..

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07:14 min | 2 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"I will keep an eye, not just me personally. But health officials a looking really carefully now at. The next couple of weeks from a few standpoints because. A few weeks ago a couple of weeks ago. A number of states, cities towns counties began varying degrees of reopening. Some have gone strictly. By the gateway phase one face to face, three others have actually jumped over it. The question is you'll start to see. Whether, there is as a result of that a real increase in the new cases new hospitalizations I believe the same thing holds true for the demonstrations. Where there was crowding. Not everybody was wearing a mask. You're going to see the effect of that. Within a couple of weeks, and the reason you don't see in the week or so because you can get people to get infected by the time, they then infect people who are vulnerable enough to be sick enough to go to the hospital. It may take a few weeks so it. We're keeping our eye on very very carefully, and the data are going to speak for. For itself, John It will speak for itself. If we start seeing these increases in cases and increases and hospitalization ation, it will then tell us that in fact, our concern about what would happen if you do. Those kinds of things has come true. If we don't then that would be fine I mean I've always said there's another aspect of this John. That's important in that. You don't necessarily have to have a spike. If when you get additional infections, would you have the capability of doing appropriate and effective identification isolation and contact tracing to keep it contained because whenever you loosen mitigation, you can expect you'll see new infections. I think it would be unrealistic to think that you won't. The critical issue is how do you prevent those new infections that you see from all of a sudden emerging into something that is a. and. That's the thing that we hope we'll be able to contain, but time is going to tell in the next few weeks. So. Let me let me ask you about the protests We've seen these protests. Every state in the country, every major city in the country I and I see a lot of people, a lot of protesters wearing masks as you pointed out, not all of them were wearing masks, and they're certainly non. As a rule socially disc. These are crowded events with a lot of people. I! What is the danger there? What is your message to those? Who feel that they must get out there and join these protests during this time. Well I mean in a perfect world. where? It is not a perfect world, and that's my point, so the issue is from a public health standpoint. You shouldn't be congregating in that. Close court. Is that you see in demonstrations? But almost everyone understands the need to be able to express your constitutional right to be able to demonstrate in a peaceful way against something. That is really a very important social issue. I respect that. However I have to as a public health. Officials say that is risky when you do that. Now you can always say the two things that get in the way of the virus are social distancing physical distancing as well as a mask. So what I'm saying for those who want to avoid infection. Implement, both of those, but you know no matter what I say and reality is proven that people are going to go out and demonstrate so my advice, and pleading with them would be that. If you feel, you must do that. Please make sure you wear a mask at all times, and when you start to chant and shout even though. The instinct is to pull the mass down. which you say, don't do that because there is a risk there, and it's a real risk, and in fact, we just heard this past week. That several DC national guardsmen turned out to be positive so right there. You're already seeing what I'm talking about. You know it's a danger to the people who are trying to control the demonstration, and it's a danger to the people who are demonstrating so at the end of the day. It is a risky procedure. So let me ask you about the coronavirus task force. What what's become a I mean we know that the briefings have stopped. And I. Don't see you out of the White House much anymore. Maybe maybe you can always get in without me seeing you I suppose, but how how often is that task force meeting? Yeah, well well. We met Yesterday. I'm going down today and not to a task force meeting. No, but but we meet about two times a week three times a week. I would say to two times used to be meeting seven days a week. Yes, we did, but you know the thing that. That's changed John. Is that we have the Task Force Meeting We also have what's called. The doctors group where myself and W burks and Bob Redfield and Steve Hahn and Seema Verma. Meet in addition to the Task Force meeting as you've obviously seen that right now. The medical components of it, the interaction between myself and the CDC and Debbie Burkes is almost constant so the medical part of it. We meet, even though it isn't an official task force meeting a day does not go by that. We're not interacting with each other, but but is that is what you are doing. Reaching the the political team to White House. It's actually making decisions. Last time you spoke to the president about all of this last week. Yeah Yeah. It's when I brief. Yeah, he. He needed a briefing. On what the what the vaccine activity was. Which is what I'm concentrating on a lot right now? So I go down to the White House for the Task Force meetings. I go down for the doctors meeting that we need, so I'm down at the White House at least a few times a week. like I, said we don't have the official task force meetings as often as we did. Because what what they attention to now John. You know that I mean it's to getting the country to reopen, so there's a lot more of the discussion not at the task. Force meeting at the White House about what one needs to do to get the economy back. What one needs to do to reopen the country? Because! I want to ask you. Are you probably saw this? But the director of Harvard's Global Health.

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Powerhouse Politics

10:06 min | 2 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Powerhouse Politics

"A title that he has held since nineteen eighty-four doctor found she. Thank you offer joining us good to be with John Thank you for having me. So, you were there day after day I was in the room most of those days in the White House briefing room at the coronavirus task force up briefings, an unbelievable platform, the nation, really much of the world watching every day. And yet it's been more than a month since we've seen one of those briefings so I just wanted to start with a with a very general question here. If you had that platform right now now you have this platform. What is your message to the American? People about where we are on chronic ours. Well John You. Know it's. It's a complicated issue. some of it seems simple because it's really A. We're we've been through a terrible ordeal, and we still are in it. my message to the American people is that I know that there's a lot of concern and energy about getting back to normal. It's a great stress. On people to be locked in, and not only just the psychological stress, but a stress, obviously on people's welfare, I mean people losing jobs and people not being able to get back the economy getting into trouble these very stressful times. My messages for people to please hang in there. We will get through this. This will end will end with a combination of public health measures and ultimately science coming in. And getting durable solutions such as treatments and vaccines, they are not readily available, but we are making. Rather significant strides in both direction to it's getting those countermeasures, but in the meanwhile we really do need to hang in there as we try. To get back to some form of normality in the sense of opening up. We've got to do it prudently. We've gotta do it carefully, and to the extent possible. I know there's a lot of A leeway and discretion is given the states and I would hope that they would make those steps of essentially reentering some form of normality in a way that is attentive to the kinds of guidelines that we put together I mean a lot of states are doing that a lot of states are doing it well. The issue that I think Johnny needs to be pointed out to people. Is that even as we do, make these appropriate steps towards opening up. There still is a degree of caution that everyone should be essentially. Operating along such as things that are common sense. Wearing a mask trying as best as possible to keep distance continuing to wash your hands, it shouldn't be an all non edu completely locked in, or you just don't abide by any of the recommendations that we public health officials do so. That's what I meant by. It's a bit complicated because you do want to. Make those steps towards normality towards opening up. But we've got to be careful what what will happen John? Is that. As you go towards. Lessening the mitigation have to do if you WANNA. Start approaching some form of return and reopening the country. That, you will inevitably see these types of infections because infections have not completely disappeared. The critical issue is how we at the State City town local county level how we respond to it, so we need to have in place, and we do in many places the manpower. The infrastructure the testing to be able to identify to isolate into contact trays, and that's the reason why I've been quoted as saying, and I'll stand by it. We don't necessarily have to have a resurgence of infections. If we respond well to the ones we see, we don't necessarily have to have a second wave as long as we have the capability when those inevitable infections come up to be able to handle them in an effective way. So what are we? What are we seeing now because I see on one hand obviously New, York is reopening a hospitalizations and deaths in new. York have come down a dramatically of, but I also see. Hospitalizations with people critically a sick off from covid nineteen in Texas I see an increase emergency room What's happening in emergency rooms in Arizona? I see signs of increasing the numbers. In in Florida. Are we seeing? Are we seeing spike are we seeing a second wave of might might my friends? Over my friends over five thirty eight saves not really. Appropriate to talk about spikes, because a gradual increase, can can have a a very dramatically negative effect. What are we seeing? Are we seeing signs that we have moved too quickly towards reopening or maybe outgrowth protest What are we? What are you? What are you seeing? Yeah? You know John it in some respects It's a bit of all of the above, and you can't make that kind of extrapolation to the entire country There again as I always explain. The United States is a very big country and is very heterogeneous I. Mean you've had areas of the country that have gotten hit really really badly and have. Suffered and then come back down again, doing much much better and I think you see that reflected in the daily count of deaths that keep going down and down and down. New York is an example of the New York Metropolitan area that that really suffered greatly, but a now you know doing well, they're. They're starting to open in a careful cautious way i. think the same thing right now Washington DC for a while was hanging around at a level that was not coming down now that they're coming down. They're going into phase one. You have places in the country John. That never really did have a lot of. Of Activity and when you talk about what they'll be doing, that's different than an area in which you still have residual or even a level of infection that you want to be really cautious before you do anything, so the the main issue that people should not get confused as that. When you talk about the country, you can't be talking about it in a UNI dimensional way. You've gotTa talk about each individual area now. You brought up. Some places that we are seeing a disturbing uptick in the number of infections now when you talk about numbers of infections, you've got to make sure that you separate the fact that if you test more, you will likely pick up more infections the critical aspect of that. Is the percent of the people that you test. That are infected because that's much more of a reflection of whether or not, you are seeing a true increase in infections, because the infections are already there, John and you're testing at this level, and then you ratchet up your testing. You may pick up infections that you wouldn't have picked up before, and that's what it means. When people say it really is that you're testing more, but once you see that the percentage is higher then. You really gotta be careful, because then you really are seeing. Additional infections that you weren't seeing before. Okay, so so tell me on that point because we we actually just heard from. Larry cudlow now. He's not a health expert. He's a presence economics adviser one of them on and he. Settlement let me let me give you exactly what this was just this morning, he said. There is no second spike. Let me repeat that there is no second spike. I mean the testing itself has jumped up. There is no emergency. There is no second wave. So, he saying that all this talk of release is simply what you just described. What should be careful out? Obviously, there's going to be more cases if we're testing more people because we're. We were doing a better job measuring it. But. Are you also seeing in these places that we mentioned Arizona Texas Florida Alabama Arkansas for example. Are you also seeing an increase in the percentage of cases which you just said would be traveling not to mention hospitalizations. Yeah, well I think if you just look at the data, the data speaks. It isn't one's opinion versus another. In particular in California, also, what wouldn't looks at the percentage you do see that the percentage increase you also in some of those areas, not all a seeing increase in hospitalizations, so you've really got to be careful that it is both you're going to be seeing increase because you're testing, but once you start seeing increases in hospitalizations in addition to that or increases in the percentage of the total testing that is actually positive, then that cannot be explained just by an increase in testing so. Both you see a real warning signs that we're. We have a tough road ahead still. Well you know I think. To beat to be actually clear in it, and not to overshoot or on the shoot in your estimate of things..

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

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05:27 min | 2 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

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"dr anthony" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

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03:31 min | 2 months ago

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"Where the infection rate at one point was very high, and is now coming down. Unfortunately there are also some areas. Where the infections continue to go up, I think when you look at all of the country as a whole mainly putting everything together and getting the averages of it, certainly, the deaths clearly coming down. Hospitalizations are coming down the cases. Coming down, but less steeply it. It's a slow decline of going in the right direction, but it is I'd like to see. It'd be a little bit more sharply declined, but in general in general job going in the right direction. Dr what question so many lives but Louis. Everybody was saying by more ventilators by more ventilators. The death rate in some places was high as eighty percent. Of people put on ventilators. What say you about this? Well when you're sick, enough John. This. Division. He's taking care of a lot of very sick patients in my career. When you when you have a very serious disease. That requires integration. And Ventilation. That, is already a very very serious. Certainly eighty percent mortality. In people that go on ventilators is severe and higher. I believe than the average of pull in general for all diseases to go onto ventilators but this. Infection is so severe that by the time. You get to go on a ventilator that you are already very seriously ill, and that's the reason why I believe you're seeing very high. Death rates have been some reevaluation of that. Apparently, that is in some hospitals, but in others. The death rate is considerably lower. Than that eighty percent, but it's still. Unacceptably high, but that's because of the seriousness of the disease. In addition I have heard from some of my Kochta's my friends at does a lot of doctors that did not know how to use to ventilators properly at that probably record seventy problems. Yeah we! We have a minute left anything else who want to tell people well. You know I do I. WanNa just continue to encourage that we'd been through a lot. This will end if not something that's going to go on forever. He will end by how we response to it. We need to be responsible. Obviously, we all want to open up the country again and bring back some some semblance of normality. Get the economy going. We've got to do that. Delicate balance between moving forward in a careful way. You know heating the guidelines. So that we don't do something precipitously. Continue to push your head to trying to get back to normal at the same time that put all our efforts into trying to contain it alternately. Bring this outbreak down to a negligible level. Hopefully we're in the right direction. I believe we are. We just need to keep pushing. Dr Anthony FAUCI director of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institute of Health. Thank you so much for calling into Sunday boarding? You're bringing the American people today. It could be with John Thank you for having me. This is the catch roundtable. We'll be right back..

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"dr anthony" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

07:15 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"And so as a result he came up with something that they called the parallel track which was basically instead of the way that you approve a drug. Is You have to prove you. Count the drug. Then you have to prove that it safe first. Then you have to prove that it's effective second. Then you start doing trials in large numbers of humans to see about other side effects or adverse events that you didn't necessarily predict earlier on before it it is finally approved. This process takes years. What he came up with was the idea that if we know a drug is safe we can do clinical trials with it but also get it out to the patients who need it the most once we know it's safe because there were drugs it we. We had a very strong suspicion more effective and we weren't getting them to the right people so he was instrumental in creating that in helping. Get people medications faster to try to save lives? You know And and he would build on this in later years everything that he did with. Hiv to help create pep far to take these HIV drugs that we eventually would have in the US that would be widely you know Acquired by United States citizens and say hey what about the developing world where they don't have any of these medications so you'd build on this throughout his career But it's really interesting because you see a scientist who recognizes the limits of just like cold hard data and Statistics And still wants those but like embraces the patient perspective as well And this this changes medicine forever. It's important to know that this moment in history not just vouching but all of the activists who who were involved today. When you have a doctor prescribed medication do they just say take this? Don't ask me why just take it me. I'm your doctor. Know what would you think if your doctor said that? It'd be hurt and I wouldn't take it and the trust would be bad right that this is why I mean this. Is this in a large this? This philosophical approach that is embodied by this movement is in large part. Why now you talk to your doctor. About medications. You advocate for yourself and your healthcare. Yes in about you. Having the autonomy which should have already been principal in our ethics but to say give me all the information and let me make the best choice for me as opposed to the paternalistic view. Which is I'm the doctor. I know look I care about you a lot. You don't know what's best for yourself. Just trust me and do what I say which. I can't imagine ever saying to a patient but that was standard price thinking in probably I have moments. Please listen to me please. I know what I'm talking about. It's Li usually vaccine thing. It's usually me begging somebody to get a flu vaccine but I also recognize that the end of the day that you're allowed to make whatever decision is best for you once you have all the information But anyway so this would change. Medicine forever This interaction between faculty and the activists and the everything that surrounded HIV and AIDS and Fau she would continue in his role at the agency to guide US through H Five N one and h one in one and Zeka any Bola and through all of these things. It's he's continued to do research and and write about the big one The the the big bad one that we're not prepared for but to think about all the ways we could be prepared for it and to try to make the Right recommendations and get his information to the right people and because we listened to him for all these years. We've been so unprepared. Because we took everything he said very seriously took a dart. And that's why we basically crushed it. Unfortunately I'll know knowing the right answers or at least having I would say that he has the right. The right ideas that will lead us to the answers And getting people to pay for them and create the kind of Infrastructures to enforce them and make them happen. Are Two different things now. We arrive at co Vid. Nineteen today So before I get into I wanted to. I wanted to present all that about. Pfau chief so you know I I believe he. Has I think beyond the obvious Scientific qualifications to do the things he's doing he has a lifetime of experience And some really creative ideas that had we done. The mearlier could have been very helpful. Things like A platform vaccine. I think this fascinating If we could have a platform vaccine that could adapt to a whole different like family of viruses. How much more prepared could we be for? Something like Corona virus this novel virus if we'd had a platform vaccine based on SARS and murders in these older corona viruses that we knew about that we could just immediately adapt and make a I saw. It called a bespoke vaccine For these RT's in front of ours. We can make them so much faster. We may if we put the time and energy into that. Same thing with like Of A flu vaccine you could get once every ten years instead of every year. There's so many he has all these ideas And hopefully maybe now people will listen to all that. We're all turning to him. Yeah I I I try to listen out for sure. I'm hearing so many other things. Sydney out there on the Internet about about cove it. I don't know what to believe. Well Justin I wanNA tell you about that and You should believe me. I know I know but I'm on the Internet so much great. You couldn't possibly all right well. Good and positive way too much out there to run all the past you before I do that. Let's go to the billing.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

11:20 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Journal.

"Yesterday at the Task Force briefing. You're asked about what going back to normal looks lake. And that's kind of what we want to drill down on today true. What are the specific signposts? You are looking for to indicate we're ready to end these strict restrictions. Okay so I. It's a great question but the issue really that needs to be understood is that this is the big country that has outbreaks with different connectix. So when you say get back to normal you really talking about a real clear. Indication that those areas like New York City like New Orleans like Detroit that have big outbreaks with peaks have not only stabilized in the number of new cases and hospitalizations but have actually turned the corner and are starting to come down and and history with other countries. Tell us that once you turn that corner and come down. The decline is pretty steep. So you're going to need to have confidence that in areas like New York and New Orleans and others that not only. Have you plateaued stabilize. But you're coming down. I don't think you need to get down to zero before you can start. Contemplating gradually relieving some of the restrictions. It isn't a light switch on an off. It's a gradual pulling back on certain restrictions to try and get society a bit back to normal not only because there are some vital functions that we need to attend to but also for economic reasons. Bottom line is. It's going to be gradual. It's not gonna be all or none. I want to talk about those gradual steps. But before we do when you talk about. We're going to flatten the curve. We're going to slow the spread of this virus. How far on the other side do we need to be before we can start pulling back on these restrictions? You know it really is almost the kinetics of occurred. You have to see a really steep decline on a day by day basis. But you don't want to see is a little sore tooth up and down up and down then looks like it might be trending down. It's not like it's trending down. It's got a light steep going down. And when you see that then you could start thinking about that but you gotTa make sure you're absolutely going in the right direction. Now one point of clarification when we talk about the rate coming down is that moving toward zero cases or zero deaths. Deaths always lag behind cases. There's cases hospitalization intensive care and death. You can have a dramatic decrease in cases and the deaths is still going up because the desk lag about two to two and a half weeks after the cases so I look more with the cases because you expect that a certain percentage of people who go into intensive care and require into Beijing are GonNa die. That's the unfortunate fact of it. So deaths are the last thing that stop when the deaths stop. Then you know you're in good shape. Can you talk us through those stages of starting to return to normal? When those numbers are coming down at a rate that would make you feel comfortable now right now. It's all physical separation. Nobody more than ten people. Six feet distance. No restaurants bars no sports events when you gradually come back. You don't jump into it with both feet you say you know. What are the things that you could still do and still approach normal? One of them is absolute compulsive hand washing the other one. Is You don't ever shake anybody's hands. That's clear the other thing depending upon your status the possibility that when you are in a group of people that you can't avoid the six foot limit and you can't stay out of ten feet that you might want to wear a cloth face protection better known as a mask. We don't use the word mask because we don't want people to take masks away from the healthcare providers that need them but you could still approach a degree of normality in under certain circumstances. Be Wearing a mask. Wait a minute. That's not normal. You wearing a mask but it is trying to get back to some form of normality in your task force briefings. You don't stand six feet apart. It doesn't look like it and you're not wearing masks yeah again. Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good here so the task force group is a little bit different. Since we're around the president I spend at least an hour and sometimes more with the president every day. So it's got to be clear that we're not endangering him so I get tested frequently and I get my temperature taken eight nine times a day every time you go into a different room in the White House you get your temperature taken so I don't think you should judge the use or not of masks and physical separation what you see with the Task Force for the rest of the country. It really is different. Okay so let's get back to the rest of the country like are we going to start having restaurants behalf full for awhile or offices only bring in half their staff paint us a picture of not just the human behavioral changes that may stick with us but actually how can we go to the ball game. Okay so you bring up a good point. I could see that I could see in certain places people saying. Hey we're going to get back to normal but guess what we have a restaurant that has two hundred seats. That's too much. That's a big restaurant like big restaurants has fifty seats. We're GonNa only let twenty five people in at the same time. I mean you could people on their own doing that. You could see people saying we're GONNA go to an event but we're going to limit the number of people that can come in. I mean I. It's just the creativity and the engineer would the American people to phase back without just saying okay. All bets are off. We're going right back to normal. But CAN I. As a resident of New York City Hug my seventy seven year old mother with vulnerable respiratory systems. I mean I don't think you should do that now. You're in New York City. You're in a very vulnerable situation with regard to the infection but you know when this goes down and gets down to almost zero when we get to that then. I think what's important and this is something I think we need to talk about on this podcast. And that is. There's an antibody test that will be widely distributed pretty soon in the next few weeks that will allow you to know whether or not you actually have been infected. Because the antibody test doesn't test for the virus it test whether you have been infected and recovered from the virus so I can imagine a situation where you take an antibody test and you are absolutely positive that you were infected in. You did well then. You could hug the heck out of your grandmother and not worry about what you're talking about. Is this achievable by April thirtieth? The date the White House is set to end these restrictions. Well member the White House did not say end in the sense of completely and they said first of all that we're going to extend it for thirty days and we're going to reevaluate on thirty days now what we're hoping for. Is that well before we get to the thirty day extension of the guidelines that you're starting to see those changes in patterns that you and I have been discussing for the last couple of minutes. Okay these changes in patterns can happen with these massive mitigation efforts that are in place but we're a country of many states so isn't there a challenge in the US in reopening the US right now. That different places are opening at different speeds. You're absolutely correct. No doubt in fact there are some places in the country right now instead of doing a modest amount of physical separation. Hooah doing really quite well. They might even elect to stay at that because it is not as disruptive to their society. There are other parts of the country because it's necessary appropriate or having very stringent physical separation. I mean take the ordeal that you guys in New York have been going through now. Obviously the relaxation of the astringent separation is going to be a different situation in New York than it is in Omaha Nebraska and different than it is maybe in Iowa. But you know it's probably going to be similar to what you're seeing in New Orleans and in Detroit but there's a virus has just spread everywhere so quickly so as soon as you open the spigot of travel people are on the ACELA. Are we not GonNa just start spreading it all over again and having outbreaks it is possible? And that's the reason why if you've been listening and looking at the now somewhat. Interminable White House press briefings. I just standing up there. Is You know it can be worth down. Yesterday I was sitting down yesterday. They gave me a break to sit down. No it really is a very good point. And that's the reason why if you're even going to consider a relaxation of this stringent physical separation. You absolutely have to have in place. The capability of doing rapid efficient identification isolation and contact tracing. 'cause right now. New York City in mitigation. You're not really in containment. You have so many cases it's difficult to contain. You GotTa do mostly mitigation when you get down. You gotta be able to implement containment so that you never ever have to go back to mitigation you want to or we would have to do contact tracing and those kind of more arduous steps of trying to contain these localized outbreaks. Do we have that infrastructure in place right now. It's getting in place. I mean I'd like to tell you yes? Of course one hundred percent good to go next question but that's not the way it is you know the country as a whole both government and state are trying right now rushing to get that in place and that means easy testing widely available. The people committed to doing the identification isolation and contact tracing the facilities to isolate people with corona virus disease away from society. You don't want to deal with the Chinese. Did essentially pull people at lock them up. We're not GONNA do this to the United States of America but we want to make sure that people as their recuperating and not infecting others. So that's what we need to have in place. I hope we do. I hope we do or it's going to be a long stretch.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

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03:11 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

09:31 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

"Lockdown would be. I think we can get there without necessarily having literally a forcible lockdown but where there isn't a functional lockdown is there not a greater risk of transmission of. I don't know I really don't. I think that you can accomplish this if you do it. I mean obviously if you do a sloppy job of trying to do the mitigation and the physical separation. You're not going to be as effective as if you do it. In a more rigid way I mean I was very concerned about seeing videos in Florida of people frolicking on the beach going to bars and things like that I mean. We were very very articulate in vocal about how. That's the wrong thing to do. So what do you do in that case? Do you call the governor of Florida and say hey. I don't like what I'm seeing and I'm telling you giving my expertise that has to stop. I don't have to call him. I get on national TV. And say I make it pretty vocal about it. I mean that's a big message you mentioned dodgy your daily interactions with the president. It has seemed that he's been on a bit of a long and zigzagging journey starting with skepticism of this threat and downplaying of it and projecting a lot of optimism to sounding the alarm conveying the serious of it in the last twenty four hours or so in telling Americans to take it very seriously does that characterization feel fair I he was. The president has his own style. That's obvious to the American public. When I speak to him about issues that a substantive he listens I think he always understood the seriousness of it. Right now is the numbers are becoming crystal clear. He himself is articulating an awareness of that seriousness but from the beginning he always took it seriously. Do you see it as your job to influence. How he not only understands it but how he talks about it to the country. That is very difficult. I mean I actually my I see my job as the person who is the scientists. The public health official the physician who understands disease and to get the information correct information correct evidence to him so that he could make decisions that are based on evidence and based on data. I I don't think it would be possible for me to influence another person style. I mean that that just doesn't happen. I think the question at this point on everyone's mind is how long we're going to be in this situation. We're in with social distancing school shutdowns working from home or not working at all and you have said repeatedly that the federal government reevaluates where we are week to week. Maybe even day to day right. Is there a version of this? Where we need to remain in this position social distancing state-by-state patchwork but a functional kind of version of a lockdown. Not just to April maybe even to the entire summer and maybe even into the fall is a possibility. I when you say into the fall I I would be really surprised if that's the case. I think when you talk about. Is it going to be thirty days or sixty days or longer? You know as I've said the virus determines the time line not us we manage and formulate a time line. Depending upon how successful we have been in containing the virus and what the patterns and the dynamics of the virus. Aw so I always say without any regret at all or hesitation is a better word that you evaluated really as the time goes on and I had a very interesting conversation just this morning with colleagues from literally all over the world down the weekly telephone conference that the WHO sponsors and it was interesting to me that some of the most cogent concerns of people from different countries. I mean all over. European African Australian Canadian was that we need to make sure we keep awry on the balance of if you're too stringent in things like lockdowns and keeping people under wraps for a long period of time. You may have the unintended consequence of triggering from an economic and societal standpoint. Such disruption that you get things like poverty and health issues unrelated. The Corona virus was really a serious concern. Like what I mean. What are the worst case scenarios for unintended costs right? So many people need medications. Many people are dependent on supply chains for nutrition for food that they might starve that people who have illnesses. If you dramatically interrupt to the point where it no longer exists. The disruption of society can be really quite catastrophic. I mean that's the one of the things you want to avoid. And that's one of the pushbacks you have when you have people who say we really need to lock down everything and lock it down indefinitely. Well you might get an extra mile to out of suppressing the virus there but you gotTa make sure that you look at what the ultimate issue is. I've always been one. That leans much more heavily that it's the public health. That's the most important thing but I have very good people and many of them were on that international phone call. I was on who was saying yes. We agree with you but let's be careful that we don't do such a disruption of society that we really heard it is much more than what we're trying to prevent. I want to turn to how we will understand when this is over and I wonder if you think we have enough measures in place to understand when we've reached that point when this peaked and when this is actually bottomed out and will that mean for example doing millions of tests today to understand where the virus is. I mean what evidence. Will you need to see to feel confident that we can kind of call this over? Yeah so obviously. You'd want to see a very dramatic and complete turnaround. In the number of infections. There's illness this hospitalizations there's intensive care and there's death and the one that's the furthest out is the deaths that lags behind the others so you will continue to see deaths at a time when you have actually very good control of the new infections. The outbreak itself. So when I start to see the number of new infections essentially approaching almost zero and the number of deaths being close to that then I think we are through with this phase of it but that gets to the long term because we have a large planet here and we may be in a situation where we've got it really under control here but in other parts of the world it's still smolders which always gives the possibility of the reinsertion of the outbreak back into your own country now. Several things will mitigate against that being something that is a really serious problem one. We will obviously have been much better prepared right. We will likely have enough test to flood the entire country which we don't have right now. We very likely would have some therapeutic interventions and importantly hopefully as we get on a year year and a half from now or more will have a vaccine that works but Dr Vouch. I guess I need to ask the question. I think a lot of listeners are going to be thinking as here. You say this. Are you saying we may not be done with this functionally until we have a vaccine? Which could be eighteen months from now. Yeah well make sure that the listeners understand. It isn't a year of the intensity of what we're going through now. I believe that in a few months. Hopefully that will get it under control enough that it won't be as frightening as it is now but it will not be an absent threat. It will be a threat that is there and the threat of resurgence will be something that we need to make sure that we're prepared for the ultimate weapon against a resurgence is a vaccine. But before we get a vaccine we WANNA make sure that we have the wherewithal that when we turn the corner and that curve goes down to practically nothing that we realize and are not naive in thinking that the threat is no longer there because they will there will be as long as there's virus circulating in the world. There will be a threat of resurgence. If we're not properly prepared.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

"With you.

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

"Let's explore how we got to where we are you. You came out a few days ago and you told Americans that up to a quarter of a million of US could ultimately die from this pandemic in the best case scenario which was a very terrifying kind of best-case scenario. So I want to explore how it is that we got from that moment of recognition back in December January to this moment where the situation is so dire. I want to focus for a moment on the steps that could be taken to limit that back in the beginning. I know people like you are loath justifiably to second guess decisions in the middle of a crisis but at one zero in on a couple of items in particular for example by the time you all decided to ban travel from China. I think that was the end of January January thirty first the WHO had detected infections in multiple countries not just China. But I think it was South Korea and Japan meaning that any travelers from those countries could bring the virus to the. Us was this a moment to begin essentially sealing off the US from international travel or was the die already cast by that point. Well I mean. I think that we sealed off from China very quickly with regard to the realization of what might happen. Fact you might recall. We received a lot of criticism for doing that and even more criticism for sealing off and restricting travel from Europe. So I think that given the circumstances we were ahead of the curve and we acted quickly relatively speaking. I mean obviously if you knew everything that was going on as it was happening you might have acted sooner. But when you're dealing with viruses they stay silent and what you see. Now is the reflection of what likely happened a few weeks ago. And that's the reason why you probably remember. I have always said that if I get accused of overreacting. I feel good because it's probably that. I'm acting appropriately. Enough as opposed to overreacting. But when gentlemen when it comes to overreacting if you suspect the virus like this is invisible why not restrict travel earlier right? I mean I think the gap between when we restrict travel from China and Europe was over a month or so. Yeah yeah no I mean I. I don't think we could have done it early. I think we did it quite early and eating. Why couldn't we have a lot of pushback because of because of the resistance because it wasn't practical because people wouldn't have understood it wasn't very clear I mean right when you're dealing with like that retrospect to scope so really very would make things very very clear but when you're living through the fog of war isn't that easy you will always say everything. I've ever been through in thirty six years that I've been doing this as director of the institute. There's always that what could have been or what should have been. I mean that's always the case but I think in this case really just looking at it the way it is. I think that we acted pretty quickly in trying to cut off travel so I I wouldn't dwell on that as being what might have happened. It has felt like the delay in testing meant. We didn't recognize the scale. The problem really on because as you said this is invisible but it's not invisible to test it may just be invisible symptomatically so assuming that the Horse left the barn and the virus had gotten into our system. I know you don't run the CDC. But I assume you realize pretty quickly what it meant that the US was testing so few Americans. Where does that rank for you? As a problem in our early response as this was starting to spread That's a reasonable question. I think it you know it obviously was a problem. I perceived it as a problem early on unfortunately the systems that were originally set up in the relationship between the CDC and the Public Health Community in the state and local level was really not geared for the massive type of testing. That would be needed. That would embrace an require the participation of the private sector particularly the companies. That do the kinds of lab tests that you and I get when we go to a regular doctor's appointment so it was not suited for that. It is right now today ramping. Up to essentially make the private sector the major driving force of the testing. But you're absolutely correct back then early on that was not in place in. That's unfortunate because that brings us to federal guidance to states and cities to begin social distancing to shutdown life as we normally operate and when we spoke to Governor Andrew Cuomo a few weeks ago he said governors like him and really kind of the American public assumed that the federal government the President Vice President the head of HHS and someone like you frankly would definitively signal when it was time to take decisive action whether that meant shutting down schools closing restaurants bars issuing stay at home mortars and in his feeling and we hear this from other state leaders as well as the Federal Direction didn't come in time and I wonder what you make of that here. I mean they will always be criticism about something was not done in time. The of there is in this country and has always been a degree of independence that is given to the local components the states the governor's etc so guidelines that her out now for Mitigation. They are very very clear. Guidelines the states are implementing and interpreting that differently from one st. U K with that because I think that's the essential question in our system. We have fifty states and multiple leaders within those states. And so the question becomes does that inevitably lead to a patchwork unless the federal government is very very farm and says right. This is what everyone must do and were telling you. You really shouldn't think of it as optional you. You have a valid point there. I mean I think people have different perspectives about how much central mandating should occur at something that is argued all the myself I mean I. I'm one that tends to be not overbearing but somewhat more directive than others. I like clarity of message. That has always been something that I've guided myself by throughout my career in medicine and science but not everybody feels that way but when we go back and look in that retrospective scope. Do you think we will look back and say we wished that we had favored federal decisiveness and communication over allowing states to act as their own decision makers. I'm not sure about that. I think that's certainly a possibility. I mean there's always these hypothetical scenarios that we put up. That are very difficult to come to a firm statement on it. I mean. Obviously that if something doesn't go as well as you'd like it to go you always examine saying well if we had done differently. Would it have made a difference? You know and I don't know to be honest.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily

"You wouldn't otherwise to shed light on stories that might be difficult and to bring us a little closer to understanding the most complicated parts of our world we take that responsibility seriously and when you subscribe to the New York Times. You're letting US know that you care about these stories and you want to hear them told by the people living that subscribed to the New York Times at NY TIMES DOT com slash. Subscribe thank you to be over. What do I need to just one piece but the one with the under dog? Oh I see I I D- I loved. Yes Hi how are you sir? I'm fine thanks how you doing. I'm doing great. Thank you very much for being with us. In for recording yourself above beyond. Thank you. Thank you so Dr. Voucher. You became head of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease in the nineteen eighty s when the AIDS crisis with becoming a national issue. And then you stayed in that role through the Ebola outbreaks SARS. Each one n one swine flu. And what point did you realize that? The Corona virus is going to be of an entirely different speed and scale than those when it came to the. Us was there a moment or that became clear to you. I think it relates to the issue of its efficiency of transmissibility. So the thing that rang the for me. That made me say Oh. We really have a problem. Here is when the corona virus was first identified in very early January. It was clear that this was something that had jumped from animal species in Wuhan China to humans so that was the first red flag for me then as soon as I found out which was literally days to a week so later that it was really circulating in China likely for several weeks it became clear to me that we could potentially be dealing with a global catastrophe and that was somewhere in the middle of January when it was clear that China was seeing not only extremely efficient transmissibility but also a disturbing degree of morbidity and mortality. Those two things together are the things that really are the makings of a public health nightmare. And that's exactly what I realized. We were in really bad trouble from the New York Times. I'm Michael Barr..

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"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Listening to comedy central higher everybody. Trevor Noah here with an episode of the daily social distancing show before we get into the show. I'm still getting a lot of questions from you guys online about the round things behind me and again. It's not a sex thing so please stop saying that. Okay I'll tell you what they offer real. They're actually simone exercise weights all right the same kind that the rock uses. And that's why both of us are so jacked. Sorry Dwayne I know. I said I'd never tell anyone but people wouldn't stop bothering me anyway. It's now day fourteen of being stuck in the house to try and stop the corona virus and goes. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm sort of getting used to us. You know there are a few things that stress me out for instance. I realized that for two weeks. I haven't been able to hang out with say now. Granted I wasn't hanging out with beyond say before either but thanks to corona virus. Now will never happen anyway tonight. We're going to catch up on the latest coronavirus news like the fact that states or telling tourists to stay away. How Brazilian gangs of stopping the virus? And how porn hub is helping hospitals plus. We'll be having a conversation with the renowned. Dr Anthony Fauci. So let's get into it. Welcome to the dating social distancing show from Trevor's couch in New York City to your account somewhere in the world. This is the daily social distance. Show with Trevor Noah. Here's.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"On today's part of my take we have a very special interview little different. Dr Anthony Fao cheesy. Who is basically the head of all science in trying to fight Krona Virus? So we got some answers on. What IS CORONA VIRUS? How what should we be doing? If you have corona virus or you think you do what you do so we have all. There's a lot of information out there. We've got it straight from the guy who's basically been doing his life's work of beating diseases like corona virus so awesome interview. Make sure you tune in make sure you listen there are also some NFL news. Why would happen? Well you know what? Let's just get to the AD and we'll get to that he's already doing faces and he's already doing anxious to soggy. Sars right now already. Thanks to be wet for this entire interview. Okay part of my take is brought to you by cash APP. Not only is the easiest place. Send money to your friends. It's the safest we're going to get to that interview with Dr Anthony Voucher. But the crux of it is a need to be staying inside social distancing. Don't get in big crowds and guess what don't be going and given you know in receiving money everywhere. 'cause they're germs on it? Let's right don't touch your face and also don't touch dead presidents face right. So cash APP solves that problem. You can send money to your friend. You can send money to maybe your favorite restaurant. That's probably going to go through a hard time. You can send money to your family. You can send money to anyone using the cash APP and you never have to touch.

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"dr anthony" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr anthony" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Titian of their info so um asleep in restoration rituals would would serve people as well as a proper supplement regiment that includes some of the supplements that i mentioned those a golden five blessed app degen's goal while dr anthony i feel like this is a topic that we use entrepreneurs don't talk about enough um and i certainly didn't address i thought i was addressing it and now i see these numbers and realize i you need to do something about it so thanks for your help mainland pleasure thanks for thanks for affecting so many entrepreneurs i love what you're doing it welcome thanks for here so this has not been easy for me even when i make the honest attempt to de stress or detach or relax i find myself very quickly going back into work hall ism and those tendencies i have found and had to be really honest with the fact that i get a lot of my emotional needs met through work and that is not healthy i'm turning thirty this year i've been an entrepreneur since i was eighteen years old may be earlier than that and i really have and developed good habits to do things like maintain a really healthy social circle i've gotten most of my needs met through work and that is called war kohat liz them so this is something that i just felt like it was okay to share with you guys because i am on the other scent of a sale of a business and so i know the perception is probably ryan could retire off into the sunset and i could i don't really know how.

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