21 Burst results for "Dr Gotlib"
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"God Dang it it states need to get to the bottom of what the slowdown is here. But I still think some of it or a lot of it is the political correctness thing guaranteed as listening to NPR today, and the host was just He said. Things like so in some states, people just random. People are getting the shot right. Well with the tone of voice like how awful would that be, as opposed to nobody getting the shot? And I heard them talking about Kalyan, a cornea where the host made it clear that California is working through issues of fairness to decide who gets the vaccine. In what order and he was happy about it. He was proud of it. At least it's not willy nilly. All those people getting vaccinated like those damned red states. California's waiting for issues of fairness to be worked out. These people can't even see what's in front of them that we could. We could kill hundreds of thousands of people out of political correctness if this new, faster spreading strain Beats the virus or beats the vaccine because we're politically correct that supposed to just getting it in the arms, like Dr Gottlieb said. To get to her community is many arms is possible. Whoever the hell it is may walks by jab him in the arm. Every day, a truck rolls out of the plant with more vaccines. There's people lined up to greet it with their arms. Baird How dare you Fastest amazing. That's astounding. You know, a Dr Savage used to say liberalism is a mental disorder, and I know what he means. Absolutely. You're crazy. If your biggest concern is it's not being doled out fairly as opposed to get that the hell out the door. You'd rather have it expire. Then get it then in the arm of a random person, all right Now we're down to whether a black transgender people should get it or undocumented immigrant Mexican lesbians. Now, let's have a vote. Wait. We can't have a vote. Yet. Let's have a discussion of the hour of discussion. This could go on for months. But it is a million dollar fine in New York State. If you give it to some person that's not on the specialty list. I have a whistle blower letter. From a nursing association threatening nurses if they give it to the wrong person. That's part of mail bag on his head. Well, no, it's no kind of long. We got mail bag on the way we get all kinds of stuff. Our text line is 415295 K FTC and getting.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"I think that they're trying to line. These things up. But dr the implication of what we heard from five yesterday was no. It's not us. The government isn't releasing this and effectively. I thought the suggestion was that they should be. Why wouldn't they be well. The short answer is. I don't know if if i was asked to speculate. Which is what you're asking me to do. It's that they don't think that the channel can distribute more than let's say seven million doses next week they want to leave room from dern to deliver their five million so they've they've titrate traded back. What pfizer shipping their throttling. That's the only thing. I can come up with that. They want to sort of test the system they don't want these doses sitting around. So they're trying to throttle the shipments. I think they should be taking some risks and leaning forward trying to get more doses than people's arms both were during and pfizer. And i'm on the board of pfizer viewers that but i think getting as much protective immunity onto the population as possible is very important right now. I will say there's many more doses available the statement they put out last night to the press was that there are seven million doses available. That probably was true as of last night. But as i said lots of coming off all the time and they'll be many many more doses available. Maybe double that by monday as lot released goes on and more doses get released by by the company meg. I know you've been reporting on this last twenty four hours How how does the doctor leaves perspective or speculation if you will square up with what you're hearing and how i mean to some degree. It sounds scott like you are. There's implication here that there's a commercial issue here which is to say we're going to hold back on some of the pfizer drug. Because we know we have madonna coming out to say quickly. I don't think i thinking about commercial issues. I think they're thinking about logistics. And you know they might might be easier for them to have both companies sort of equally distant distribution. That's the only thing i could think of might wanna line up the companies and as of the end of next week if they go on the current course they'll probably have lined up both companies during the authorization today which i think they will an shipped five million doses which has been speculated about already in the press. Make and just add to that went. Dr gottlieb is talking about is my understanding. I mean they want to establish sort of a steady cadence as general purna pokes that In terms of getting the vaccine doses out and you know yesterday throughout the day. hhs was confirming. They still expect again to twenty million people immunized with their first shot in december if Modern emergency use authorization. But then if you just look at the is what's happened already. So we've got two point nine million doses of pfizer. That went out This week next week they'll be two million doses of pfizer almost six million doses of moderna. And that's eleven million doses. You've got one week left of december after that and you have to get out. Nine million more doses. So we'll see if that happens. They are seeing that. They are confident. That will but Dr gottlieb. I wonder i mean you said earlier this week that the problem with the antibody drugs that there appears to be issues being able to administer them could bode poorly for the ability to administer these vaccines in the community as well and i wonder your thoughts about. Are we going to run into these backlogs in the last mile as you've been talking about well it's it's a little bit different situation. I mean the antibody drugs are sitting on the shelf right now. They have a shelf life so they're not being lost. I think that there might be some concern. That they'll ship vaccine and not all the vaccine will get used. I think that that's not going to be an issue here because vaccines right now. This month at least are being distributed into nursing homes by cvs and walgreens and into hospitals to healthcare workers. I think that those parties can handle a lot more vaccine in distributed. The challenge is going to be in january. When you try to distribute it in the community you have to go out and find eligible patients to vaccinate. That's going to be more difficult. But i think they could have pushed out a lot more vaccine through the hospitals this month and what they're doing we could've vaccinated many more people and again. I come back to the point. This is the peak of the epidemic. The vaccines partially protective. Although we don't understand how much but the data does suggest that and most people concluded that based on the data so. I don't think i'm making a leap there and saying that and if we can get more protective immunity into people more quickly over the next week or two that's that potentially can have an impact on the epidemic three four weeks from now we vaccinate more people. It's not going to have the same level of impact doctor who made that decision. The specific decision that to hold back some drug so that there could be the second second round rather than wait for for the manufacturer to keep to keep coming in and just expect it. Was that by votes. How did that happen well. I'm sure it was the people who are running the logistics. So there's people from the military in charge of this. I know the individuals and some people from hhs. I'm sure that the secretary signed off on it. But i think these are recommendations coming from logistics. People i mean. There's there's the logistical problem. But then there's the public health imperative. And i think the public health imperative here should triumph. I think we should try to lean forward be aggressive take risk stuff that channel a little bit the supply chain get more doses in people's arms with having some confidence at the hospitals can absorb. I've talked to hospitals. They're vaccinating far fewer healthcare providers. And what they could be because they don't have the doses available and i don't think they're going to even catch up next week even after the modern doses ship and you start having more supply in the channel may. Do we have any idea how protective just one doses. We did get a sense of that from the documents that came before both of these. Fda meetings That provides. I believe. I think it was slightly more than fifty percent protection. After the first dose the issue is and i've talked about this at length with i've slough from operation warp speed including on our healthy returns livestream earlier. This week is that there aren't data showing if you didn't get that second dose How long that protection would last And you know he is very concerned that If you start just giving one does without the absolute certainty you have that second dose. Then you're kind of going off label and you're going in the face of all these promises to adhere to the the rigors of the clinical trial process and what has been proven. I'll just quickly guys. I mean i think that's a very important issue. But i also want to ask dr gottlieb. Because the reason we're talking about this tension with pfizer and eighteen s right. Now i think is because there is this backdrop of the negotiation over trying to get more doses in the second quarter of next year. Doctor you know you have told us that. Pfizer offered to the us government as recently as november after the advocacy data. We've heard different accounts of this from jay johnson from dr sloughing who say they didn't see the data when they were offered the doses. What's going on now. Are they actually going to be able to reach a deal on this. Why is this taking so long. Why does there appear to be such a bad blood. I'll just say just to back up for a second. I agree with everything that said about the about the dosing schedule. People need the second dose. I mean even if the i was partially protective. We don't know how long that protection lasts. We've only studied it with two doses and we only know the durability to production after the second dose. So you do need to get the second dose but you could take some risk that the manufacturing hopefully is going to keep up. Which should we have not seen manufacturing problems. Once he's manufacturing processes started as far as negotiations. I stand by everything. I said on this show about what's been offered when but there's discussions going on. I hope those are going to be fruitful for the american people. So i just don't wanna get in front of the discussions that are going on between the company and the government right now and i'm frankly probably not privy to all the details related to that anyway so. I'm not the best spokesperson for that. So i'll leave that to a comment on and the secretary and his his college okay. We're gonna leave the conversation there. Dr.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Michelle Cortez, health reporter at Bloomberg News. Michelle. Thanks for being with us. So what are we hearing about these predictions? Well, I would say that Dr Gottlieb is off a little bit on Ly in the fact that he's saying Corona virus infections are about to explode. They have actually already exploded. We had over 140,000 in cases yesterday alone, and to put that into perspective, That's more than five times as many we had back in March in April. And it's double double the outbreak, the broader outbreak we had this summer, so we are already hitting records Day after day after day, and while we have gotten some really great news recently, when it comes to vaccines, Therapeutics, those those products aren't going to be making a difference for weeks and perhaps months yet to come as we've discussed before, because I think there's a lot of people who go OK, eso cases arising but For most people, the symptoms seem mild in quarantine at home for a couple of weeks, and then everything's fine. So the challenge, though, that we need to explain is the hospitalization rate and with that usually ends up looking like as the number of cases rises. Absolutely. We are seeing field tent that are being built across the country in order to handle some of these Corona virus outbreak, and it's not just in one area. Certainly El Paso, Texas overwhelmed right now, but we're also seeing them in Wisconsin in Utah in Utah. They only recently put in a mask mandate because they literally don't have beds anymore in their hospitals. So we are seeing that across the country and we are seeing desk set about 1000 gay as well. Between 600 1000 deaths every single day. And as the case is increase, the deaths are also getting increase. We're seeing more and more infections in nursing homes after particularly vulnerable group, and there is just no, there's nothing standing in the way of the virus at this point, thanks so much. Michelle Cortez, Health reporter in Bloomberg News. Today on the noon business our travel Tuesday we'll talk about how the prospect of a vaccine could be changing travel these winter and also into the spring 10.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty
"And hospitalized and one guy who's in between who i need to check on the guy was a symptomatic hannity out. He had it because his coworker had it and they had everybody get tested. Okay because otherwise you wouldn't and he came up positive and said this is crazy. I feel great And then another buddy mine again. We spent I mean he had a fever high fever for nine days before he was admitted to the hospital And that You know obviously it could have gone the other way. Thank god he's all right. I still don't really know anybody who's had it at all. But that's because i don't know very many people my world is very small but if that's stiff arm if that is true that last week one thousand four hundred forty one. Americans tested positive. Because we've had so many days over one hundred thousand in a row including yesterday records everyday now is amazing hospitalizations arising for those of you who like us want to know. How much increase in testing has there been an excellent question by allot hospitalizations are going up yet. Not good and deads are on the rise. The cases up fifty nine percent on your fourteen day rolling average of almost sixty percent That is just and that's a stunning number. And that's a rolling average. Yeah meaning it's slow the rise and fall and it's point a rolling for quite a few days so twenty nine states are have set weekly records last week and hospitalizations have doubled since mid-september. That's that's just amazing. Same thing's happening in europe by the way If you want to blame it on anybody viruses are gonna freak and do what the virus does you know. We rarely pat ourselves on the back around. Here but You remind me. With the whole things are skyrocketing europe. They have a crisis shutting down again. You know the stories promised We've been trying to tell you for long time that all these stories about luggage. The red states. They've got a surge they're stupid then. Look at the blue states with their failures rob. And it's just everybody's been taking turns. The thing goes and falls and rises vall rises and will until you know either herd immunity. Your vaccines happen therapy so good. You don't care whether you have it or not But you know on we go. Let's hope this This big story turns out to be true and as promising as it's out the vaccine. Yeah yeah right. Sorry We'll talk more about it later. But as a dr gottlieb was talking on face the nation yesterday to joe biden is going to inherit a you know a really bad corona situation. It's going to be at the peak of how bad it's been the entire time as he's sworn in also all the people. I know that make a lot more money than me say. We've got a financial reckoning coming. That is going to be huge at some point. What if. I don't want a financial wreck so joe biden could inherit opt out the worst of the worst pandemic in a hundred years and a financial crash of epic proportions. Oh boy that could land on his lap whether he likes it or not not his causing. But how you get blamed for these. Luckily he's young and vigorous should have handled it with aplomb. Anyway we got plenty more on.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"And hospitalized, and one guy was in between who I need to check on. The guy was asymptomatic. How did he find out? He had it because his co worker had it. And they had everybody get tested. Okay, Because otherwise you wouldn't and he came up positive and said this crazy. I feel great, huh? And then another buddy of mine again. Well spent. I mean, he had a fever high fever for like, nine days before he was admitted to the hospital. And that you know, obviously could've gone the other way. Thank God he's all right. I still don't really know anybody who has had it at all. But that's because I don't know very many people. My world is very small. But if that stands stiff arm if that is true that Last week one and 441 Americans tested positive because we've had so many days over 100,000 row, including yesterday records every day. Now, that is amazing. Hospitalizations air rising relatively, Teo. For those of you who like us want to know how much increasing testing has there been an excellent question? By a lot? Hospitalizations were going up. You are not good and deads are on the rise. The cases. 59% on your 14 day rolling average of almost 60% of that is just that's a stunning number. And that's a rolling every Yeah, meaning it's slow to rise and fall, and it's pointing rolling. I for quite a few days, so 29 States have set weekly records last week and hospitalizations have doubled since mid September. That's that's just amazing. Same thing's happening in Europe. By the way, if you want to blame it on anybody viruses going to freaking do what the virus does. You know, we readily pat ourselves on the back around here, but You remind me with the whole thing's a skyrocketing Europe. They have a crisis because shutting down again. You know, this story's probably we've been trying to tell you for a long time that all these stories about Look at the Red States. They've gotta Sir Jaha, other stupid, then look at the blue states with their failures, Rob, and it's just everybody's been taking turns, and the thing goes, and falls and rises involve arises. And and will until you know either herd immunity or good vaccines happen, Er therapies so good. You don't care whether you have it or not. But you know, on we go. Let's hope this. Ah, this big story turns out to be true. And his promising is it sounds the vaccine. Yeah, Yeah, right. Sorry. Ah, we'll talk more about it later. But as AH Dr Gottlieb was talking on face the nation yesterday, Joe Biden is going to inherit. Oh, you know a really bad corona situation. It's going to be at pretty much the peak of how bad it's been the entire time as he is sworn in. Also all the people I know that make a lot more money than me. Say, we've got a financial reckoning coming. That is going to be huge. A tsung point. What if I don't want a financial records so Joe Biden could inherit? I opt out the worst of the worst pandemic in 100 years and a financial crash of epic proportions. Oh, boy that could land on his lap, whether he likes it or not, not his causing. But you know, you know how you get blamed for these. Luckily, he's young and vigorous, should handle it with a plum. Anyway, we got plenty more on a bunch of different fronts are text Linus for 1529. Five k FTC. And getting talk radio 5 60 chaos of Oh, everyone wants to keep their home and family say if they were Armstrong.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"London, 72 degrees in Central Park with the six mile an hour breeze. At 11 39 WCBS when it comes to Corona virus vaccines, former FDA commissioner Dr Scott got lead told Phoebe s face the nation. It's unlikely all who take a vaccine will be fully protected from getting covert 19. We should wait and see what the data ultimately shows. But the expectation is that this vaccine is going to be partially protective a lot like the flu vaccine, where Certain people who will provide full immunity. But for other people, it's not going to provide as much protection. Maybe it will lessen the severity of covert if they contract the infection, But it's not going to provide what we call sterile immunity, which which means you're not gonna be able to get infected with covert. There will be some people who still get infected with covert. Dr Gottlieb says he thinks there's still a question whether or not this is the beginning of an upsurge heading into the fall and winter or whether we're seeing a sort of post Labor Day bounce. Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a home intruder who tried to kidnap their grandchild over the weekend. He L. A county sheriff's department says the nine month old was sleeping in a play pen yesterday. When an unknown woman entered their home in Malibu and grabbed the child she came face to face with Montana and his wife. Last year, a hand over their grandchild. Law enforcement says there was a tussle is Jennifer Montana Pride the baby out of the woman's arms. She then ran from the house and was later arrested. He's charged with kidnapping and burglary. WCBS news time 11 41. We'll update sports next You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the claim three discount, which gives you money off your homeowner's policy, If you've been.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Salable. It's likely to be a very staged introduction of the vaccine under an emergency use authorization where there's going to be a lot of data collection around the use of that vaccine is just gonna be for a very select groups of people who are either at very high risk of contracting a Corona virus because of what they do, for example, healthcare workers, Dr Gottlieb on CBS's face the Nation. Britain, Meantime, recording its highest daily number of new Corona virus cases since May, would just under 3000. Some of the increase reported on Sunday can be accounted for my wider testing. There's been no corresponding jump in the number of hospital admissions and deaths to new desk, though, were reported on Sunday. The nation's flight attendants pushing Congress from or airline industry Corona virus relief revenue is down 75% and that's really where we are and where Are expected to be actually through the end of the year. And that is why we are asking for continued relief from Congress to keep us in our jobs so that we can lift off again once the virus is under control, and people do feel safe to five. Sarah Nelson heads the Association of Flight Attendants, She appeared on Fox and friends. Topsy Nowak joke of H booted Sunday from the U S Open tennis tournament in New York after he accidentally hit a line judge with a tennis ball. Djokovic angrily smacking a ball behind him while walking to the sideline during a change over the ball hit the line judge in her throat, causing her to drop to her knees at the back of the court. Djokovic was not looking in that direction when his racket made contact with the ball. America is listening to Fox News. From the Bucks, News Podcasts Network download and listen to the one with Craig Gutfeld Cat. I know that you are not particularly pleased with this decision to pick Connell Harris. Everyone keeps pointing Teo the fact that she was so mean to him in the debates. To me, It's not weird because he got the guy that wrote the 1994 crime bill. You have a drink Coney and prosecutor. I think they're really a match made in.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Understanding that they have more likely they're recognising that they don't have enough testing to keep up with the epidemic and keep up with these case based interventions in the tracking and tracing this, so they're trying to prioritize testing towards people who are symptomatic. Hey, That's Dr Gottlieb. His guess as to why the FDA has reversed are the CDC is reversed course on Ah Some testing, so he's exactly where we were. Yeah, I'm guessing all right. OK, OK. How could we possibly not have enough tests? At this point? You know, I know it's disappointing. So Princeton University studying macaque monkeys. They possess, They say the vocal anatomy to produce clearly intelligible human speech. But they lack the brain circuitry to do so. According new research and give a podcast a smart his monkeys are and as much as they share with us. They're just don't it is still not smart enough to talk. I wish the scientists for here I have a number of questions for them, including what about chimpanzees, which You are far smarter than the little macaques. I believe. Do they have that vocal structure? They pretty much just e smarter than several people We worked with through the years, people talking, but at any rate they have Using the vocal anatomy of the Monkeys. And this reminds me of when we we learned what Ah Neanderthal would sound like they've studied Neanderthal Allah. You know, skeletons and nasal passages in the rest of it. Do you have that Andy Michael? What do we think? Falls.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And while most of the answers are pretty straight forward, sometimes we get a different kind of analysis. Now, if I would have said that they're sweating. To me. I got a bald head when I eat green chilies. My head starts to get a little bit of dew on the top. What? Bumper to bumper every Saturday morning and 11. Right here on 92 3 Arizona's new station or check us out any time. A bumper to bumper radio dot com. Arizona's news station Our news, 92 3 FM, A mash up of news, information and entertainment. The Gators and Chad show to till six. Think one of the keys to getting through the pandemic is you have to have something to look forward to, and in this day and age really doesn't have to be much. I mean, I'll give you an example. Please. Dio took a couple of the guys out. Just, you know, from from here to play some ball last Saturday made my whole day something very small. Very small like that. You get out in the field, you run around a little bit. On you. Don't think of Cove. It The one thing I'm really looking. I'm trying to look forward to is this vaccine and I don't know which one it's going to be. I really don't care. But Almost like it's all we got right now. This is this. It's like this is this is the magic pill, and I think I'm getting my hopes up. It'll be a magic shop. You know what I mean? It will be a magic shot. They're saying, you know, the first Corona virus vaccine may arrive soon, but it might not be the knockout punch. First of all, the people that are implementing our testing are also good people that will be implementing this. Secondly, you does that mean, though, Well, I mean, let's is government and government. Great breaking, breaking things making war, You know, you know stuff like that. It's too big. It's going to be convoluted. It'll be outsourced to people. The government will be our cake in the way they do things at times, so the shot might be fine and ready to go. And and that's a big maybe. All right. You know, that is Dr Gottlieb says, Look at best, and and I listen, the guy said, Look, you're looking at maybe 50% effective, which is which is what the violence was. The flu is what we're missing is The key component is the therapeutic that works and rendez severe, maybe it but we only We only prescribed that two people or give it to people who are already in the hospital Struggling. We don't give it to people early on in it to see if they could mitigate which I probably can but know there's gonna be a lot of issues. You're gonna have some people that want to take it. You're gonna have people that are reasonable individuals. Who aren't anti vaccine so that they would call him We're going to say I'm not taken at the first I called plague enthusiasts played yet. Yeah, those those people I've talked to. Several doctors have a good friend who is a very, very, very big I called the cranium. Surgery was our goalie for years. We grew up together. He's awful. I'm like, I don't even know why anybody that soccer player got goodness He had hands of stone. I'm like, then I don't I just awful, but he's that I would take it for a year. First generation vaccine. Tell me When's the last time you you got that first generation Microsoft thing and went smooth as Khun B. How about airplanes? And we've talked about one of my good friends. Chris, who flies Ah Mei the front. Edgar. Both of them are big time pilots Edgar flights for every air he used to tell me all the time. I will not fly a plane first generation for at least a year or two until the bugs are out. And look what happened with the Max. Blowing the max. After a year and 1/2. They had so many issues your name dropping one. I do that. I mean, it's amazing. You know, that was like, four. But we're like, real intimate like you make up people like okay, let me talk about my pretend friend. Make of people, So I I don't make people up. Sometimes I do. You know, you take the first generation. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, because I want to see I mean, if 33 I like in this one with the 30,000 people see how ghost I would do that? I think if you asked me, which one I would take first, it would be the Oxford AstraZeneca one. I agree with you that that to me feels like because of the way that they're doing..
Gottlieb says U.S. "right back where we were" at earlier virus peak
"Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner. He's on regularly. On CNBC during the weekdays and usually on CBS's phase, the Nation. On the weekends. They asked him about the overall status of where we are right now. Around the United States. Here's doctor got leave on CBS earlier today. Well, I think right now we're where we were when New York City was having its peak epidemic. If you look back in New York City Peak, we had about 34,000 cases a day. At the time. We were probably diagnosing one in 20 infections, so that meant we were having 700,000 new infections a day. Right now, We're gonna have about 60,000 infections a day this week. Maybe we'll reach 75,000 or get close to it. We're probably diagnosing one in 12 infection, CDC said one in 10 a few weeks ago. It's probably one in 12 now because we're falling behind. That means we have about 700,000 infections and day nationally. So we're right back where we were at the peak of the epidemic during the New York outbreak, the difference now Is that we really have one epicenter of spread when New York was going through its hardship. Now we really have four major happy centers have spread Los Angeles cities in Texas cities in Florida, Arizona and Florida looks to be in the worst shape and George is heating up a CZ well, and that's concerning And as I mentioned at the top of the show this remark by President Trump This weekend, about 99% of the corona virus cases. Are harmless. Everybody on the talk show circuit this morning was getting asked about that, including Dr Gottlieb. Here's what he had to say. About President Trump's remarks. Well, I'm not really sure what he's referring to. He might be referring to the number of people who get hospitalized based on a number of people who get infected, which is probably less than 5% when you count all the asymptomatic infection and infection, young people that might not be getting diagnosed. But certainly more than 1% of people get serious illness from this. About 60% of people who get infected become symptomatic. About 10 to 15% of them will develop some form of covert pneumonia and somewhere around 2 to 5% might get hospitalized, depending on what age mixes of of the people who are getting infected, so this is still a pretty bad virus.
7,000 children test positive for Coronavirus in Florida
"Eight thousand number of cases confirmed in the United States a new record and seven thousand, the amount of children who have now tested positive in the state of Florida alone since March Dr Scott. GOTTLIEB is the former FDA commissioner now a CNBC contributor he joins us once again Dr Gottlieb's good to see you. Let's begin with these cases of children in the state of Florida. How alarming is this? What does it tell us about? The age groups now that are susceptible to getting this virus. Well we always knew children were susceptible. The belief is that they're less susceptible than adults, so they're less likely to contract the virus than adults and that when they do get the virus, they're less likely to have a bad outcome. Data seems to support that, but they're not impervious to the virus. They do get sick. They get infected and we have seen some bad outcomes in. In children, we also don't know what it looks like. When this virus becomes epidemic in children, we don't know how many kids have actually had corona virus. There aren't any good seroprevalence studies to look for antibodies and kids to see what the exposure has been in children, and it might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids in the United States have had this infection. Infection at this point in adults on a relative basis, because the very first thing we did when we had these epidemics was closed the schools, and so that that closed off an avenue of spread, and I would venture to guess that parents with school age children were probably more here into the at home, mortars, wearing masks good hygiene because they were doing those things to protect. Protect kids, so might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids have actually been exposed, and so we don't know what it looks like. When this becomes epidemic and children in the same way for example, flu becomes epidemic and children every year, if the virus outbreak stays at the current pace. Are we going to be able to send our kids to school in the fall? I don't think so in the south. I mean if they don't if they don't correct the situation and they don't have a lot of time to do it in states like Texas. Georgia Alabama California Florida Arizona. It's going to be very hard for local school. Districts parents on boards of local school boards to make decisions to open those schools I think in the northeast we will be able to open schools in the north I. Think Parts of Northern California San Francisco be able to open a schools. We should really try do that. There should be an emphasis on doing that because we might be in a situation where we have to close the schools again later on. On in the school year, getting kids back to school socializing them, get him started on classroom learning. If we have to go to distance learning on a selective basis as outbreaks occur, it's going to be really important to get them back into the classroom. At least for a period of time, I think a lot of states in the south really have lost the opportunity do that because they have to make those decisions and July those schools open in August in many in many cases, and so they're probably going to start the year with schools closed in a lot of parts to those states. Do we know anymore Dr Leave about that syndrome that had been affecting. Growing numbers of children and we haven't talked about frankly in six weeks to two months. So there was a really good analysis studying published in the New England Journal of Medicine about two days ago that I would encourage people to take a look at that gives sort of a qualitative assessment of ninety nine cases in New York City, it appears to be opposed by real syndrome that occurs about a month after the virus. What we still don't know is what is the total number of kids who had the virus? We know how many kids had. This syndrome appears to be sort of a post. Viral Inflammatory Syndrome could be quite severe sort of like a Kawasaki Type Syndrome. When you get inflammation of arterial vessels it could. It could have disturbances heart. It's treatable, but we don't know how. Many kids are in effect with corona virus, so we're seeing one hundred cases, and there's been one hundred thousand kids infected, or we seeing one hundred cases there. There's only been five thousand ten thousand kids. In fact, it's probably the case that a lot of kids have had this new. New York City and it's a low incidence event and you do see these similar post viral types of syndromes with other viruses including corona virus, where you also see it on rare occasions, a Kawasaki Type Syndrome, with other forms of Corona virus, and so when you see these epidemics, viruses enter a virus echo virus sort of move through population. You will see a month later three weeks later. A preponderance of these post viral kinds of syndromes, so this isn't that unusual in many respects. We just don't know what the incidences of
Former FDA head says some parts of U.S. could see 'exponential' rise in COVID-19
"We begin with those new fears about the fall, and what the growing number of outbreaks could mean for the school year, Dr Scott Gottlieb the former head of the FDA now, a CNBC contributor raising those concerns tonight, and he is with us once again Dr. Gottlieb's good to be back with you tonight. These concerns come because of the rising number of cases. We're seeing in places like Florida and Texas. Right, I think we absolutely should make an attempt to open public schools in the fall, and we were headed in that direction I've been talking to a lot of school. District says starting to make plans for how to safely do that had a D. densify classrooms how to protect teachers had to keep students grouped into cohort CEO have large groups of students intermingling so that you can isolate students. In case, there is an introduction into the classroom of infection. Infection, but when you look at the southern states in the southeast right now you see these large outbreaks underway, and really some stay, sir, tipping into what we would fashion as epidemic. It's going to be very hard to open public schools against this backdrop so i. think a lot of the focus right now of our discussion is on maintaining the economy keeping businesses open, and we seem to have come to the resolution that we can maintain business and. And keep businesses open even against the backdrop of a lot of infection right now the infection that we have but the decision open schools is a much different decision, and the threshold is much lower and I fear that if we continue to have this persistent level infection that we're seeing in the south and the southeast right now it's going to be very hard for local school. Districts make decisions to open, and if we can't open schools in the. The fall that's going to encumber our ability to really get back to robust economic activity, because payers don't go back to work until their kids go back to school. This is coming as we're seeing infections in places like Florida effect, younger people, and the fact of the matter is Dr Gottlieb. We don't really know the effects of the corona virus on the youngest. Do we because they were pulled out of school and they were kept largely at home. That's right and hospitalization rates are going up across the board, but more twenty and thirty and forty year olds are now finding their way into the hospital. Because infection rates are rising in that community, and that suggest two things number one to suggest that there's probably a lot of twenty and thirty year olds who have grown ivars 'cause we know a much smaller percentage of them are likely to get sick enough to require hospitalization, but would also starts to tell us that they are getting sick enough to require hospitalization I think that there was previously a. A belief that you know if you were twenty or thirty somewhat impervious to this now we see rising hospitalization rates among that age quarter cohort, as far as younger kids are concerned with in every country. This became epidemic. The first thing that those nations did was close the schools and we don't have good data on this, but it's probably the case that parents with school age children here more strictly to the stay at home, mortars in the social distancing so young kids were largely kept in isolation away from situations where they would have contracted the virus. If only because schools were closed very early in the setting of these epidemic, so we really haven't seen the infection. Have the opportunity to infect that community to infect young children, because they were protected from the virus in same way that older people now are protecting some virus in a much lower rate of infection is occurring among older individuals in the country, and so we don't really know how this virus is going to behave. Once it gets into different cohorts that have been largely unaffected to date. If, you were advising the governors of Texas and Florida tonight. Dr Gottlieb what would your advice be about dealing with this epidemic right now? Well they're really at a critical point right now because you don't know where they are in the scope of their community spreading their epidemic baker very easily tip over into what we call exponential growth where the cases start going up very rapidly, and this becomes much more deep seated into community. There are signs that that may be happening already and so what they need to do right now. First of all universal masking is the simplest thing we can do. It's effective. Effective it's not wildly effective, but it's really the simplest thing we can do. That's not intrusive. Shorter closing businesses. The other thing you need to do is very good testing and tracing to find out what are the sources of spread. There seems to be some indictment right now of the bars in Texas and Florida, but we don't have really good evidence at the bars of the sources spread. We think they are because we know they're indoor. Congress settings are high risk. Risk Settings and they're not adhering to social distancing rules that are in place in those states right now, so there's a belief that those are the sources spread, but we don't know that there might be other things causing the spread at the community level that we need to identify, and that's what good tracing comes into play Texas and Florida, having invested in the tracking and tracing if you look at an early of the fifty states, and who's doing a really good. Good Job Texas and Florida aren't the worst, but they're certainly not the best, and there's certainly below fifty. The median level in terms of the number of tracers number public health workers. They have doing this tracking and
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on Skullduggery
"Go up more than perhaps we anticipated and the question's GonNa be will this of summer backstop be enough to offset the relaxation of the social distancing and the the sort of back to work effort. I think there was there's there's some exhaustion among the population. We've been doing this for two or three months. It's been hard. It's had a big impact on people's health on their economic lives, and so you know it's going to be hard to maintain even the discipline as people go out. The challenge that I. See and all sort of pause here, but is that if we that we have a bump up? In cases, we don't have an epidemic again doesn't become epidemic over the next couple of months, but cases either bounce around where they are now or they go up a little bit more, and we have this sort of slow. Burn through the summer where every day we're turning over twenty twenty five thousand cases if we take that into the fall. That's a very big risk because in September. We're going to want to go back to school back to college campuses, people are going to be back in office as businesses GONNA to restart more in earnest, coming off the August breaks. And that's a lot of risk to be taken into the fall for second wave, and that's what I worry about that. We never really crushed the infection. We have this slow. Burn through the summer and it sets us up for very difficult ball. Kovic slash flu season, so you can imagine. How likely do you think it is that for example schools won't be able to open up in September. And for that matter both political parties have their national conventions at the end of the summer. Do you think that? That it would be wise at this point to do virtual conventions. Well, we'll if you look at the two thousand nine H. M.. When season the flu pandemic that the key epdemic all the way through June collapsed in July and August as there was a seasonal affect with that flu, not saying that that was a very novel flu, we had no cross-community, and then towards the end of August last week in August, and you look at the charts into September accelerated. It just took off and became epidemic again. This could potentially follow a similar pattern. We don't know we just don't know yet, but I think if in July and August we maintain the current levels of infection or perhaps come down from here, but probably maintain the current levels. I think there'll be an attempt to reopen schools in the fall and college campuses and restart activity, and we'll go into it with the hope that we could maintain a sort of that level of infection. Infection with the case based interventions, the testing the tracking the tracing I. think that's going to be very hard if we take twenty thousand infections into September trying to keep up with that as we get into the flu season with testing and tracing. Is GonNa? Be Challenging, because remember it's not twenty thousand infections is probably two hundred thousand infections. 'cause. We're not turning over all the infections computer I don't know what your thoughts on. The only thing I would add to that to augment it just Dan by the way I'll just say I. Don't think anybody is going to. Have a huge convention in person, high security necessities just by nature of political conventions, no matter what we are, but in a year of a pandemic and on the heels of this uncertainty in the country. It just doesn't make sense so I think there's going to have to be some component that's in person, but the majority of the convention. Particularly the way we we've done things are going to have to happen separately. Do do you agree with that Dr Gottlieb? What specifically well Dr Patel said tone, expect there to be in person, maybe very limited in person conventions, but we're going to have to do it essentially virtually. Discussions with with anyone about the convention specifically, but I every indication I get from just reading. The public reports is the Republicans intend to go through with big in-person person convention on are looking for a venue that will accommodate that I think it's partly going to depend on what what the situation looks like in the fall, but if you know I think. Probably the base case is that we see slow-burn through the summer that infections hover around twenty, twenty five thousand a day that we're turning over. We, don't we? Don't see it accelerate, but we don't see it diminish and I think in that kind of environment. There's going to be a lot of pressure to go through with some form of an in person convention. I think I would add is just for the fall for the second way I mean we're learning more about the kind of proportion of these infections that really originated in nursing homes, or at least high risk places that are predictable so I. Really do hope that despite a pretty infectious virus that could be even worse than this first wave that will at least have to Scott's point. Kind of the testing will at least have a little bit more of a better surveillance system combined with a better reaction to the actual can predict on in a way where these infections. Infections could hop by them I want to return to a subject. I asked you about the last time you were on a few weeks ago and also get Dr Gottlieb's thoughts as well like many people I obsess over the numbers I look at them many times a day. State by state and I still have a hard time seeing a correlation between the numbers of cases and deaths and the way the states have imposed social distancing restrictions. Everybody was focused for awhile on Georgia because they opened up early on when I look at total cases per one million population. Georgia is four, thousand, six, hundred, ninety five, and you look at states which have bad much more rigorous restrictions, Maryland nine, thousand, three hundred ninety cases per million almost twice. What Georgia has Michigan more five, thousand, eight, hundred thirty two state by state I, do not see empirical evidence that what the governors are doing in terms of restrictions and lockdowns is reflected in the numbers, so please both of you tell me what I'm not seeing or why. I'm wrong. Couple of things I'll say it's not that you're wrong. It's at the data is one. You have a lag in testing..
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Cases. Amazon though happens to be big tech. And we know that this is a sector that it's getting close. Scrutiny from lawmakers back to you deirdre appreciate it. Bosa reporting for tonight. Okay Dr Gottlieb. You're a former public health official. Do Health officials need more access into these warehouses. And should these companies be more transparent about the number of cases? They're seeing well look. They're going to demand it because a lot of these facilities. We have at risk employees working in close contact with each other with many cases without protective equipment. Those become the focal points for outbreaks within communities so public health officials are GONNA start demanding. This businesses need to think about how they do contact tracing in the workplace and how they prevent outbreaks. They're not going to be able to prevent a single case from getting introduced him to the worksite. What they can prevent in the worksite if they have good oversight is an outbreak in the work site. What they're trying to do is reduce the likelihood that a single introductions gonNA lead to an outbreak of more than and pick your number three cases four cases by a certain percent. And they're able to do that. You can actually model that figure out. How much risk reduction you can get from different measures? You can take including potentially testing employees on a regular basis our twitter questions or back by popular demand a doctor Gottlieb. I'M GONNA run through a few for you again. This evening Morris Franko wanting to know. Is there an issue with distancing in swimming pools? He's clearly thinking about the Memorial Day weekend is all of us are lower. Risk this respiratory pathogen. It's not going to be spread through swimming. Pools like some other pathogens are have another question. Could we please get Dr Gottlieb's thoughts on transmission on various surfaces such as glass touchscreens metal wooden door knobs etc the? Cdc came out and said that they think more of the a lot of the spread is through respiratory pathogens pathogens and sustained exposure to people who are infected less on surface spread. I think there's still a risk to surface spread. Different services have different risks so cardboard certain metals or lower risk than others. Glass lower risk than than metal. Copper is the lowest risk of the metals. And so I think it's still prudent to try to clean shared services but the CDC has said that they think that that's much less risk than I perceived during this outbreak. Final question for you tonight from Knicks spalding. Is it necessary to wear masks outdoors? We've been talking Dr Gottlieb. Obviously about a lot of outdoor activities says he's asking for Joggers and walkers and those screaming at both to wear masks. Look become part of social etiquette to that. We need to factor that in outdoor activities lower risk. So I think as as the summer starts. I think we should try to move as much activity outdoors as possible. You know if you're in a circle of people that you trust people are GonNa make decisions not to wear masks no settings. I think generally we should be trying to wear masks out at least as we start to enter the summer and try to understand how much this is spreading into the summer weather prevalence is really coming down. Preset your time as always. I'll see you on the other side of the holiday weekend. You have a good one with your family. Thank thought all right. That's Dr Scott Golly. Abc contribute of course the former head of the FDA. We're just getting started tonight. Coming up one. Big City mayors plan to help restaurants get them outside for putting our lives on the line every single day and getting through the crisis on New York City subway conductor in his own words. I what this country looks like on the one hundred forty four? Th Day of the crisis.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Will be positive cases in workplaces and businesses are going to have to figure out how they get in touch with employees who may have been in contact with employees who end up being positive and so we also need to think about contact tracing in the workplace not that not just at a population level. The clock's ticking. Obviously when do we need to start with with the contract contact tracing what we should be starting right now? I mean this is one of the measures you want to have in place as you reopen this sort of case based intervention trying to target individual cases as opposed to population base mitigation. Which is what we're doing. Which is targeting the entire population. That's what you WANNA be doing. That's how we're gonNA control spread without having to resort. These sort of stay at home measures very onerous restrictions that we've been putting in place up until this point so we wanted to be doing that right now. Hopefully if transmission does dissipate as we get into the summer you WanNa make sure that these tools really are in place in a robust fashion getting into the fall and you always WanNa make sure you have in place better. Screening the challenge going into the fall with the testing and screening isn't necessarily going to be the platforms conducting the testing. We're going to have a lot of platforms actually running the test. The problem is going to be. Where do you go to get? The test is going to be a lot of places that don't want to do testing because they don't want the implications of having positive play cases either a pharmacy or even in adopters may well be in the fall. That when you call your Doctor Doctrine you tell them that you have flu like symptoms. They don't say come in. They say go to one of these special covert testing sites and get yourself tested for flu and covert and if that's the case if it's harder for people to go get tested for coverted fewer people are. GonNa get tested so we need to figure this out right now. How do we encourage testing? And how do we build easy places for people to go get screened for this virus? You think there's a the wherewithal tonight to tackle those very difficult questions that you just raise Dr Gottlieb that you say needed answer. Now I think states are certainly thinking about this and working on it. I'm talking to the governors in Maryland Massachusetts Connecticut. New Jersey as well states are certainly putting in place programs to deal with these kinds of challenges that contact tracing hiring the public health staff thinking about using that trunk tools to augment that where do we. Where do we go to get screened? How do we create testing sites and also getting testing into settings where you have at risk populations that's really k? Because not everyone's that equal risk of getting covered we know people in nursing homes are uniquely vulnerable and uniquely at risk. Also people who work in certain professions where it's a high touch profession. You come into contact with a lot of people and you can't naturally social distance so we need to get testing into those sites. A lot of states have thinking about that. I talked to the Connecticut Governor. Yesterday I was talking to him. Connecticut's working on that my home state on how to get testing into at risk sites kinds of things that states need to be working on right now and a lot of governors are doing that. You're man in high demand including from our viewers tonight. Who have questions for you once again? Dr Gottlieb run through a few if I if I could Chris Moon. Oh has a question for you. Florida's about to lift our ban on short term. Rentals he says are beach communities will be filled with travelers from dozens of cities. Is this a good idea? Well we have to see what the risk is going into the summer You know it's all going to depend on what the prevalence isn't the background. Risk is if we have lower levels of risk transmission breaks off and we're doing good screening and Florida has stepped up their testing and so have a lot of other states. So we know. Who'S TRAVELING DOWN IN FLORIDA? Maybe we can all take a little bit of a breather going into the summer while still practicing good social distancing and good hygiene which is going to continue to reduce risk. I think it all depends on what ends up happening this summer. Hopefully we see. The cases continues to drop a mentioned now. We've all been cooped up where we're looking forward to getting out and maybe this weekend is the weekend that many more people do. Because it's Memorial Day weekend. Matt lows are asked to Dr Gottlieb. Wins should families from kids to grandparents feel comfortable getting together in groups of ten to twenty people. Should they stay outside? Do they need masks inside? Well it things done outside are safer than things done inside. We know that there isn't the same risk of transmission to large groups outside as inside. I think it all depends on your social group and how much you trust your social group and what kinds of circumstances they may have expose themselves to them. What kind of risks there are. Obviously you know I talked to a lot of individuals ourselves you know. People are starting to expand their social circles a little bit very carefully with people that they trust and I think within a family. You have a sense of what you can trust. We appreciate it as always. I know our viewers do as well. We'll see you tomorrow night. Dr Golly thank you thanks a lot have a good night this special report coming right back. I'm and so worried for the other businesses One towns downtown businesses are banding together to fight back against the crisis that's attacking main street. Usa Plus Com barbershops announced dealers companies. That deal with customers. Face to face are reopening. I what the USA looks like on the one hundred forty third day of the corona virus crisis.
Dow Falls 400 Points As Questions Are Raised Over Moderna’s Coronavirus Vaccine
"Questions tonight about Madonna's vaccine sent stocks lower. But there are new signs tonight. The country is getting back to business BALDO session for Stocks Today. Stocks lose ground early to research how this as yesterday star becomes today's goat shares of Maduna tanking. Why is it that the federal government should be the source of this money? Plus IS AMERICA TURNING AGAINST OUR CITIES AS MORE COMPANIES? Allow working from home. What's the downside this? Cnbc special report markets in turmoil starts right now. Here's Scott Wapner. Welcome good to have you with us on this Tuesday night. After a late day SELLOFF. Let's get your first look at futures tonight. It was a sudden sell-off late in the day right now though. We are green across the board quite early as you know. Stock closing at their lowest following report by our partners at got news raising questions about trial results. From dern his vaccine candidate the Dow and S&P five hundred both falling more than one percent the headline from Staten News. That shook the markets today vaccine experts say modern. It didn't produce data critical to assessing Kobe. Nineteen vaccine for more on that report from Stat News. It did move the stock market. We are joined once again tonight by Dr Scott Gottlieb a CNBC contributor of course the former head of the FDA. Dr Gottlieb's good to see you again. What is your reaction to this news in this late day? Report from Stat. Well look I think. The report raised the reasonable questions. But I think the news is what it was which is the data from earners encouraging. There's now data. From multiple different vaccine development programs both preclinical and some clinical data suggesting that it's possible to develop vaccine constructs that produce genetically mean produce antibodies that could potentially be neutralizing against the virus and could afford some level of protection. But the data's very early we don't know what the title levels were for this vaccine for the antibodies produce so we don't know the magnitude the antibody production. We don't know whether or not all the antibodies were neutralizing. So that means whether or not they would actually target the virus and eliminate the virus. So there's a lot we don't know but the data was encouraging but it was early dated. I'm there's still a lot of work to be done including finding the right dose of that vaccine that could be taken into later stage trials and so you know I think the stat article raised all the reasonable questions. That was still out there yesterday as well but I think the totality of the data that we have around different vaccine contracts should give us increasing confidence that at some point in the future and perhaps in the near future going into the fall we should be able to develop experimental vaccines that will deliver some level of immunity against this virus. Some are asking the question tonight. Dr Gotlib whether this data should have been released at all by Madonna. And how would you answer that? Well look I'm not sure why they released. The data set the way they did and I suspect they felt compelled to release after there was some discussion of the data on Friday. Or perhaps of this data there was some discussion about data from an early trial on Friday. At a press conference that was held and if that was representing them returning data they may have felt compelled to release Monday morning but perhaps if they You know we had the opportunity to. They would have waited a little longer until they had data on all of the forty five patients. Whether or not they were producing neutralizing antibodies as well as quantitative data on the level of antibody production so they qualified the data to describe the level of antibody production that they saw the trial but they didn't quantify it and you would have wanted to see the quantity of the antibodies that were being produced really to have an accurate picture of just how robust the immune response was to this virus. I suspect that they didn't have a complete data set. They said at the time they disclosed that they only had data on the neutralizing antibodies. I eight patients so only had data on whether or not the antibodies are actually targeting limiting the virus on eight of the forty five patients for the patients. We know that they developed what we call binding antibodies. Anybody's abound the virus. But we don't know they eliminate the virus
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Technology and make sure that we're doing everything we can to get those drugs in time for the fall you said there may be a vaccine by the fall that the trump administration has set January in this operation warp speed as their goal for three hundred million doses do you think it'll be ready before that well I think what we're going to have in the fall is hopefully multiple manufacturers that have cleared early stage safety trials and have millions of doses that could be deployed in large X. large scale studies inside cities and so what you would do is deploy the vaccine in the setting of an outbreak in a city to both test whether it's safe and effective C. continuing to study it but you're also using a potentially therapeutically to ring fence an outbreak I think we're going to be in a position to do that I know companies are working on protocols designing trials to engage in that kind of deployment of vaccines what we need right now is more than one manufactured be successful we need multiple manufacturers U. S. based manufacturers to have vaccines ready to deploy in time for the fall you know the country's two largest known coronavirus clusters are in prisons in Ohio you hear about clusters in nursing homes also in meat processing plants there's a school of thought that says because these are highly concentrated that somehow they're more manageable what do you make of that argument well it's true to some extent it might not be more manageable but it's more vulnerable I think we need to understand that disadvantaged communities in certain kind of institutional settings where people can't naturally social distance are hot spots they're very vulnerable and we need to be putting resources into those kinds of settings and it's not just the shop floors and warehouses and workers who are vulnerable to infection because of the way they work that's certainly part of the story but it's also people who come from communities where they have to take mass transit they can't naturally social distance they don't have access to good healthcare to begin with and can't get access to testing those communities are very vulnerable in the data now supports that we seen pockets of intense spread in these kinds of settings in these kinds of communities and we should be pouring resources into help those people Dr Gottlieb thanks as always for your insights thanks a lot face initially back in one minute stay with.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"I made you know so a reference to Dr Gottlieb they're in the news headlines we were talking about this yesterday and one of the things that he say when he was on with a face the nation is that we're at a point now where we can anticipate between twenty and thirty thousand new cases every day of coronavirus and we can expect a thousand deaths or so every day from corona virus moving forward for the foreseeable future and then having it potentially spike back up again come fall I mean think about this we're already at sixty seven thousand people that have died if you look at that we're gonna get to a hundred thousand inside of a month and the way things are going it's going to be less than a month's time man there's no reason to believe it's going to fall off it's something else it's interesting to note to there are countries that are in the south that are beginning to have their fall and there cold flu season picking up and then it's gonna cycle there and then come right back to hear again so what can we do to make a difference we can socially distance ourselves do what we can to stay six feet apart from somebody else might we can do something as simple as wear a mask to for the sake of others as a sign of care in consideration to someone else that's why you wear a mask do you know if you're sick or not no could you be sick and not be symptomatic yes so just in case you wear a mask but there are people who were just adamant about not wearing a mask the story out of Stillwater Oklahoma they had a very simple requirement that shoppers wear face masks well inside businesses it lasted less than twenty four hours after a bit of a revolt the mayor will Joyce ended the requirement on Friday I made threats of phone calls to city hall and threats of violence towards store employees including one threat of violence using a firearm according to a city manager statement here's a quote I'm not the kind of person who backs down from bullies but I also will not send someone else to fight the battle for me that from the mayor speaking to NBC news to the people who resort to threats and intimidation when asked to take a simple step to protect your community shame on you I don't think shame on you is enough if you're going to threaten violence on someone and use a firearm to do that that's a criminal offense they need to be arrested that's what needs to happen you do not let these people who want to run around with their guns and use them to threaten and intimidate people to then be able to get away with it and then feel empowered by this because if you don't come down on them that's the message that's ultimately being sent that if you threaten people and you don't even threatened a government that's imposed the rule these cowards threatened a store clerk over the rule and then letting them get away with it our freedom as Americans comes with responsibilities to absolutely right but there are people right now who think that there are no responsibilities to being an American there's no responsibility to your fellow American aside from going into the business and giving them money in order to get the good at you want back from them that's about the extent of it face masks are still required for store employees but are now strongly recommended for customers at least in this town Stillwater Oklahoma individual businesses have the right to require customers to wear them the city manager so that those who objected had the mistaken belief that the requirement is unconstitutional adding that it's unfortunate and distressing that those who refuse and threaten violence are so self absorbed as to not follow what is a simple show of respect and kindness to others that's when we come to and that's all the president bush was trying to get across in that three minute video that he put out yesterday we were not asked to sacrifice a whole lot I realize we want to get back to work and I'm not sure how much we really want to get back to work collectively because there was a poll that was done the two thirds of the American people are not ready to get back to work they're not ready to get back because they're not sure it's going to be safe to get back and they're not willing to risk it to go back but what can you do to make people feel better about it it's following guidelines following the call of wearing a mask I mean that is a great burden that's the great violation for some people to wear a mask are you kidding me it's just absurd is what it is eight six six three nine one at ten twenty eight six six three nine one at ten twenty Ohio officials extended their stay at home order all the way through to the end of may Ohioans are going to be under lockdown for the entire month hello hi governor and Republican Mike DeWine made the announcement that would be extended there will be some exceptions the department of health issued a new order that extends until eleven fifty nine on may twenty ninth we want to open up but we must protect the public it's why we have specific protocols and it's why we are layering the openings and is another good example of how this is so political but even the openings and the protests regarding the openings so much of its political so much more intense in states where there's a Democrat as governor as compared to a Republican as governor eight six six three nine one at ten twenty your calls your texts here's a text I'm a gun owner I protest it and never took my weapon to a protest I don't understand the point of taking a firearm to a protest about being able to go back to work that doesn't make sense to me somebody's not going to have to explain to me the connection between taking your firearm to a protest about wanting to either go back to work or if you own a business to be able to open up your business can you explain that one to me how that makes sense how that's rational how taking a firearm to a protest like that is reasonable because it just doesn't seem that way to me at all I I I just can't understand it do not get it eight six six three nine one at ten twenty everyone should think as you do manage you know only you know what is right I stop what I'm saying I'm not saying that at all I'm not come up with this I thought it devise this I've not created this I'm doing what makes sense you go to medical experts and what do you think we ought to be doing I didn't study this for eight years I'm not spent a lifetime in this field ten twelve hour days for thirty years I don't know so what's the smart thing to do go to somebody who does so you go to medical experts to do and all the medical experts are advising the governors all over the country the state home have stayed home orders in place and then open up portions of your states in varying degrees based upon what the data shows okay and to me it would be so much better we'd be so much further ahead if we had consistent messaging from the White House on down about the importance of following the guidelines as the guidelines are put in place.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"We know you were president of a major pharmaceutical company when it got worse insulin was mentioned tell us how you would approach this as secretary so um so thank you will senator murray and also thank you i appreciate the chance we had to sit down together i really enjoyed that discussion of elsa just in terms of your opening i hope if i am confirmed i do hope i can earn your trust and will show you that this is the this is the job of a lifetime for me and i would approach this not for any industry not for any past affiliation but deserve all americans to improve their health and wellbeing pushing i think there are constructive things that we can do and i'd love to just keep i but i'd also like to hear ideas from the committee from people at hhs elsewhere but let me throw a couple of things out that i think are worth focusing on we need to increase generic and brand competition the more drugs we get to the market as dr gottlieb is working on the more competition we will have that actually can help bring down costs to the system we have to we have to fight gaming in the system of patten's an exclusivity by drug companies i have always been an opponent of abuse and gaming of the patent systems by drug companies when i was general counsel of ages hhs i actually let an effort to get rid of filing multiple patents to delay delay delay the exclusivity it saved thirty four billion dollars for consumers over ten years for the efforts that that we push by reinterpreting i think we need to look at why why are americans paying more than those in europe and japan and is that fair that that that we are.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"But i wanted to senator to consider opportunities it could provide to interested parties to develop and submit new information in or data on this issue this will take the form of it in advance notice the proposed rule making to develop a new administrative record to explore these questions will explore any new if any new and different questions raised and seriously consider any additional data submitted relevant to the appropriate regulatory status a premium cigars four sentences is in his thirty some admitted press conference but those four sentences extremely significant those of us that enjoys cigars to those of us that believe cigars when we not believe we know that cigars are enjoyed by adults not kids you don't see kids on a street corner buying a twenty dollars davidoff were a thorough fuente fuente oprah sex or a diamond crown or a a girca you just go see that happening and this is a battle that the cigar industry has been fighting for three years now maybe finally we have an fda commissioner does bringing some common sense and i as i stated before dr gottlieb aabout three years ago or so when the fda in the center for tobacco products led by mitch zeller as we refer to him here on the gardai show mitch it because he is an enemy of pleasure zealot without any question he went after the fda sank premium cigars are consumed by dolts they should not be regulated by the fda this is an adult product the fda is looking after to make sure that any deeming regulations being able to oversee other tobacco products primarily if there's any usage by kids orders nicotine addiction and let's face it when we look at cigars we do not smoke cigars for nick a team period if that were the case we would see people running off airplanes we would see people huddled outside of office buildings in the rain in the snow in the sleet demand hale in the.
"dr gottlieb" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"That the cigar industry has been fighting for three years now maybe finally we have an fda commissioner as bringing some common sense and i as i stated before dr gottlieb aabout three years ago or so when the fda in the center for tobacco products led by mitch zeller as we refer to him here on the cigar day show mitch zealot because he is an enemy of pleasure zealot without any question he went after the fda saying premium cigars are are consumed by adults they should not be regulated by the fda this is an adult product the fda is looking after to make sure that any deeming regulations being able to oversee other tobacco products primarily if there's any usage by kids orders nicotine addiction and let's face it when we look at cigars we do not smoke cigars ars for nicotine period if that were the case we would see people running off airplanes we would see people huddled outside of office buildings in the rain in the snow in the sleet demand hale in the heats to light up a cigar to get their nicotine fix we never she it why because cigar connoisseurs do not consume cigars for nicotine we consume cigars the same reason people consume wine not for the alcohol content not to get angered but for the taste for the flavors for the aroma for the nuances for the relaxing if somebody's addicted to nicotine they're not smoking cigar ars there are going after cigarettes that's what they're going to consume we've said this i've said this numerous times these cigar industry when there was the initial proposed rule making for the dini regulations that the fda could consider overseeing other tobacco products including premium cigars all part of the the family health prevention act that was signed under robominer well was at seven years ago six years ago whatever it was one of the mandates was that they could deemed sugar ours and overseas cigars under the legislation of two standards were met one they could prove nicotine addiction and to they could show oh increase usage or usage by underage kits on both of those counts the cigar industry in no way shape or form as ever marketed to kids kids do not enjoy premium cigars don't by premium cigars and cigars are not consumed for nicotine addiction every single thing the arguing that i just made were made by all these should our trade organizations the cigar retailers of america let us go rights of america the international premiums to guard pike retailers association the cigar association of america manufacturers consumers all.