17 Burst results for "Dr Mercy"

"dr mercy" Discussed on Untrained Wisdom

Untrained Wisdom

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on Untrained Wisdom

"That. It's a big thing is figuring out what works for you and this next study More about figuring out how device can work well for you in integrates. Your life in help you with things helped make your life more convenient. That's where it can help improve your quality of life wonderful. So is this part of a multi step steady then. Yeah so it's part of a broader program of research. My dissertation is really the first Talk just about what the using Means shared characteristics of that experience are. This was the next step in terms of figuring out. Does this do what we think it could potentially deal like candid implants perceptions of loneliness in itching adults. Living alone can said the next step building on. We know that personalization customization can help. In the adoption of it device and can help influence receptors. Loneliness we also know that other research says humor can help or meditation can help. So we're incorporating saying into these routines with alexa and then the next is thinking about a community of folks of mild cognitive impairment and using video virtual assistance and being able to connect with people through video. So yeah. we're move forward in answering this broader question of how might assist virtual assistant help influences perceptions of loneliness in in meaningful accessible. Easy to use wonderful. So are you planning on publishing the study. Yeah it does under review right now. The abstract is under review. Okay of the abstracts Than the assumptions that did acceptable paper. Unitedly say this will be coming out in this journal at this time period okay aging in public health journal that focuses on technology. All right. well thank you so much. This is really interesting. I don't know that. I would have thought about parrying this piece of technology with a study about louis aging adults but it makes sense. I think it's so creative and just really something. I think that makes someone like my generation. Think about okay what's possible. And what can we proactively do when we are hearing for elderly loved ones so it doesn't feel as difficult. Yeah and some folks have concerns about privacy and feel like it's creepy that something's always on always listing. I felt like that at i. To be honest. I am a little bit younger than these folks back decades and that's okay. It's not the right thing for everyone. It can be worth a shot. If you're open to new forms of technology and proactively take control of potentially as she gave a shout-out to collaborators on this study. I think one of the reasons that worked while was that we had folks in different disciplines detrimental. Hannah's was my initial collaborator. At the college was the mass communications. Dr chang magnon who studies personalization customization in media in particular. And then dr julie blaskowitz boron. Who's from university of nebraska omaha who is in the department of gerontology in his a lot of work with technology in egypt adults and dr mercy shade whose at university of nebraska medical center and has studied voice assistance and pain. And how can help manage pain as well but they have been great collaborators in helped make this study richer and about how we can move forward. Additional studies this body of research about how this can be useful. Wow that's fascinating. A sounds like all of them are doing very important work in their respective fields. So it's nice that their expertise complementing what you're doing so that's great team of super smart people working together which helps to yeah aric great. Well thank you so much so we will end with recommendations. I just finished a book called appear gone. I think i'm saying that. Api are oji o. N. by colum mccann which was so well done. And it's based on the true story of a friendship between in israeli and palestinian man who both lost daughters in the conflicts in it seems particularly relevant. Now it's also just told really masterful way. I've never taken a creative writing class mail life but the form is really interesting and he's just a master storyteller colum mccann also Let the great world spin which is not as serious Also really really well done. And weaves these tales of different characters together so well that Great read so. They're both the same out there. Yes coma can okay cool so mine is actually kind of ongoing something. I'm currently watching the documentary about the chicago. Bulls called the last dance. It focuses on the last season. I believe that michael jordan played. And i'm only into the first episode. I remember reading for the bulls on alder championship games. And my dad's big fan. And i emailed him the other day and i was like. Hey there's this docu series on netflix. Axes through watch it. And he wrote back and said. I've already watched it like okay. Never mind you know somebody who just got knocked. Only a few months ago mike. Okay you're way ahead of me. Apparently this came out last year. And i'm now just watching it. What's interesting is it. Weaves is present day interviews with coaches and former players recollecting certain aspects of different seasons in about michael jordan in weaves it end with this documentary film because they did have a film crew following their last season's Michael jordan kind of that dream team of players on that bulls team. But what was funny to me in that. Very first episode is they're interviewing such such coach screened when they coach from nineteen. Whatever a surprise person that you don't expect the shows up on there. Is barack obama and he is identified as former chicago resident. That's that just cracked me up. Mike all my god. I love the one of his titled not even president ex president former president. I was actually in chicago as championships. I remember seeing rightfully is lined up in the event that they won or lost mounted police on a forces that was with riot gear. Something not seen before. That was the year that they won. Nothing where you were in school. Impact enjoying it. I just finished the first of the so but it's called the last dance on netflix. I'm gonna put a link about the show. Thank you valerie. I appreciate you joining us today. And i'm so excited about the study but.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on Pod Save America

"Pfizer met with the cdc july twelfth about the need for boosters laid out their case laid out the israeli data. Cdc disagreed at the time said they had conflicting data. Israel ends up being right cd. Essentially agrees with pfizer's case this week. Can you talk about why. The initial data wasn't compelling back in july. And i sort of asked this question because in general sometimes it feels like if i wanna know what's gonna happen in the us. With regard to cova decisions. I need to like follow. The israeli news like do you sometimes. Do you wish we had more information. Faster here is about. Is it about just looking for more data in the. Us like do you feel like the cdc is getting information and data fast enough. Well hotel you. John is somebody who loves numbers and data. I always wanted yesterday. It's all he's too late for me but look you. You're pointing to his legitimate challenge that we have in the united states. It's been a problem for many many years. Which is we have fragmented data systems in our country. We have a public health infrastructure. That has been underfunded has eroded. Over the years we have so many different systems. Don't always talk to each other. And so with other countries which have more centralized and data Out systems which have invested more in public health. More broadly able to extract him pull in data from what's happening around the country much more efficiently than we are at something we have to fix that. We have to get better at by the country in. Its y my hope is coming out of this pandemic that we will recognize those longer term investments in infrastructure public health infrastructure or absolutely essential so. We can understand more quickly. What's going on with that. Being said in. Keeping many israelis actually started their vaccinations and ended up vaccine much larger portion of population earlier than we did right so from a timetable perspective There ahead of the united states in much of the world but we we saw the israeli data. We saw eight from other countries. But the cdc needed to do was to gather the data from here as well and look at everything in totality when you're always tightened. Scientists don't trust single source of data may be well done etc. You need to collaborate because you're just inevitably various factories. You can't control or data sets and so when they started to see a pattern emerging john and this pattern in particular became clear in over recent days when multiple data sets from the. Us came through data from healthcare workers data from long term care facility residents data from york state as well as what was called the ivy Cohort which is group. More than twenty is held simpson uniform states. All of that. Data's started to point to the same pattern is reduction in protection against mild to modern disease with a still high protection against the disease. That's when it became clear. There's a pattern here is trickier. We see where it's going and that's how we act. Dr mercy thank you so much for joining pod save america again come back anytime we We love having you. Thanks so much. John with you take care..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We've exceeded last year's peak. While outbreaks were expected unvaccinated pockets of the nation. Ninety eight million or still not inoculated forty states or seeing a rise in infections at yankee. Stadium positive cova task force the game against the red sox to be postponed. The delta variant a serious risk. Who's gonna find those pockets in each community where people aren't vaccinated and it's going to do a lot of damage that damage being done and for the unvaccinated including the youngest americans. The worst may still be to calm. Miguel almaguer nbc. News we should point out. cdc director. Dr shell walinsky linski reiterated. Yesterday her agency is not recommending people who are fully vaccinated wear masks. Let's bring in one of the experts. We saw miguel's report physician and fellow at the brookings institution dr patel. She's a former obama white house. Health policy director and msnbc medical contributor dr patel. It's to see this morning. This is gut wrenching. It's frustrating obviously given all we've been through all the work that's gone in to get us to this place. How do we change this trajectory. We appear to be on right now. Yeah willie one word vaccination. I think that it's incredibly clear that the vaccine that we have are effective. And what we're trying to do. I won't even call it herd immunity confusing to say that what we're trying to do is just reach a goal where the majority of people at one hundred percent because we are going to have kids and people who can't get back scenes for different reasons but we're the majority of people are vaccinated and it protects the unvaccinated. This is a simple cut of epidemiology public health. One oh one short vet willing. We're gonna continue to see these rolling waves around the country in various pockets larger numbers in some areas. But don't think that just because you live in a part of connecticut vermont or another area of the country southern california where if you have an area that's highly vaccinated at that the people who are not vaccinated are still not susceptible. Let me say it another way. Everybody is vulnerable at some point. And i will just take a different with the cdc director. Obviously she's much more kind of in the data than i am but there's no harm in talking about highly risky studying higher settings like indoors where multiple people who are not vaccinated might gather with vaccinated people and just having everyone follow the same rules. Because what we're seeing right now really is people aren't doing it. We're we're we're kinda trusting. Everyone and i don't see a reason to do that. Do you think dr patel that los angeles county is kind of a leading indicator aware places across the country may be headed. We know about the states with low vaccination rates many of them across the south. But you mentioned the states that have done well. In terms of vaccination connecticut the northeast new york massachusetts maine up in up in through the new england. Area are those places susceptible now to rollbacks in terms of the kind of restrictions we might see they are and let me just say even more than los angeles county by the way i really do. Praised the public health officials there. You're sticking their necks out on the line. They're not popular people. These days but i would say we can look to other countries we can look to israel. We can look to parts of what the u k has had to do. Ignore what boris johnson. His bed looking at local public health officials in ministry of health officials are doing on the ground there australia. Other parts of the eu. They are kind of what we would call canaries in the coal mine. They have put back in indoor masks and it simply for this reason. Vaccines do protective. They protect us from possibles. Ation death as we've said unvaccinated people with a variant willie that his novel that we don't understand that it's highly transmissible highly. Infectious minute to give it to each other. What is the harm when you're with strangers to wear a mask indoors especially in close contact setting. Why are we taking a risk that we don't need to take. When we have a very simple preventative measure for now until we get more people vaccinated and that's really the bottom line so dr patel a given what you just said and the simplicity of it because science is about facts but health is about communication and is about helping a population understand. What's best for them to live. Long healthy lives. What is happening here. What is the predominant reason. That people are not getting vaccinated. What are you hearing. I'm a primary care physician. So i'm hearing a lot of different things including large sources of misinformation. I think that's why you're talking to the surgeon. General number one people have the amount of misinformation has outweighed the facts science. I may be the only person in a fifteen minute. Visit telling people about what the facts on in the data and journals. Tell us but. I've got ninety nine point nine percent of people's lives dominated by facebook whatsapp groups and commonly cut of now. The midst unfortunately seemed like facts that this interferes with your dna that it affects your fertility that it can affect future pregnancies that the government rushed this and that this is a conspiracy to help pharmaceutical company. I've heard it all. I don't think there's one piece of misinformation. I haven't heard including that this causes you to become magnetic and what i've learned makeover month. You can't shame them. You cannot blame them. Have to actually kind of starting to empathize and say you know. I thought this might be kind of fast. And here's what i've learned. Here's why my twenty year. Latina did want this vaccine. Because she saw her sister get hospitalized and become dependent on oxygen at her age. So i think it's a very different. I honestly what we had to do. Ten years ago to fight misinformation about affordable care act access to health care so it's different misinformation in different forms but exploited by multiple media than multiple opportunities. Well absolutely important not to shame or blame. The people who've been misinformed. That would be wrong but the leaders especially the republicans and those who funnel donald trump and donald trump himself choosing to be negligent choosing to misinform people. Maybe even Media organizations choosing to have hosts that miss informed people that is choosing to be negligent that is malpractice and that is on them and it will be what happens this country on them. Here's a warning and this is just so chilling the warning that the us surgeon general. Dr vedic more the issued about misinformation when it comes to covert nineteen. Dr mercy released. A surgeon general's advisory yesterday declaring the rise of misinformation online and urgent threat calling on social media companies to take action. Today we live in a world where misinformation poses an imminent and insidious threat to our nation's health..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on KCRW

"I mean, we've seen Red States, especially in the South, doing worse in vaccination rates and now in infection rates. I mean, what is the plan to try to get people on board? You're you're right that we have an ongoing challenge to get people vaccinated that said, we've been able to administer more than 320 million doses of vaccine in our country, which is extraordinary. And the vaccinations if you especially if you look at seniors where we were seeing the greatest proportion of deaths and hospitalizations that has been extraordinary, we have close to 90%. Seniors who have had at least one shot, so a lot of progress in the older groups But I am concerned and particularly about younger groups. What's really worrying me. Lulu, though, is the misinformation that is circulating about the vaccines. We know from polls that two thirds People who are unvaccinated either believe the common myths about Covid 19 vaccination or think they may be true. It's like you can get covid from the vaccine, which is absolutely not true. Ornaments like the vaccine causes infertility, which also has no basis in evidence. And so what we have to do is to think about how to better combat this misinformation. We've got a few strategies to do it number one. We're working closely with Doctors and nurses and other health care providers. Given that they are extraordinarily trusted sources of 80% of People say they want to talk to their health care provider before making a decision about the vaccine, so we are working with them, including getting the vaccine into their office. We're also trying to make it easier for people to get vaccinated by creating more on site vaccination efforts, particularly with Employers in schools as well as more mobile units that can help bring vaccine to where people are Dr Mercy, though some say getting full FDA approval for the vaccines would help you can hear there are on TV on Fox at being called an experimental vaccine, which it isn't of course. But why hasn't full approval happened yet? Well, it's it's a very important point you're raising, which is the distance is not experimental. And that's an important thing to emphasize here because we have more experience with this vaccine and with many other vaccines at this stage because of how many people have received it, why hasn't it been fully approved yet? The FDA now has the data and the application from two companies Pfizer and Moderna for, uh, be your full approval. If you will. Now the FDA is going through its process. We've got to let them look at that those reams and reams of data that have been submitted And my expectation is that they will issue a decision as quickly as possible. They know what's at stake here, which is they know that some people you know, will feel more comfortable with the vaccine once they are we talking weeks months. I think it's possible we will see something toward the end of the summer or early early fall. But you know, the bottom line is the FDA has to pursue its process thoroughly and completely. What we don't want Lulu is we don't want people to say Oh, this was a rushed process. They're going to be careful about this, but they're going to move as quickly as they can. Dr Murthy. Did we drop mask mandates too soon, though, looking at these rising infection numbers, I mean, President Biden declared victory was that too early? Wasn't mine did not declare victory. What He did declare signs of progress and is a very important point because we are not done with this pandemic by any stretch, and I can tell you from my personal conversations of the president. He knows that, um, bottom line with masks, though, and what they see when the CBC announced six weeks ago or so that people now have the choice about whether to wear masks because people who are fully vaccinated Had both a low risk of both transmitting the virus from getting the virus themselves. That decision did not mean that localities cannot make decisions about mass mandates based on what is happening in their community. And you already starting to see that some communities where vaccination rates are low and where cases are arising, are making the decision to go back. Towards having more restricted mass guidance. And and that's okay. You know you want this guidance Taylor. We've gone beyond the point where we're going to issue a broad mandate for the entire country because there are parts of the country Lulu where vaccination movies are really high, and cases are really low. That may concern, though, is that there are many pockets where vaccination rates are so low. That is where we are seeing the growth of cases, especially driven by the delta very in That surgeon General Vivek Murthy. Thank you very much. Thank you so much. Lily, take care. Joining me now is NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hello, Good morning, More than a year into this crisis with more than 600,000 Americans dead. I mean, it hurts to even say that number. The federal government's response is Still subject to the pressures of partisan politics. I mean, what's your assessment of how the Biden administration is handling this next phase of the pandemic? I mean, we just heard Vivek Murthy there. Talking about, you know some of the limitations. Yeah, And as we just heard, he described a strategy that they've been describing for about two months now, which is this idea of just making vaccines available in as many places as possible and and and making it available from trusted sources like family doctors and pediatricians. You know, the other thing that they have been doing is community organizing style door knocking, where volunteers go door to door talking to members of their community about the benefits of vaccines. But What has happened, as the White House has talked about. The strategy is that, uh, right wing politicians, Republican politicians and others on conservative media have have misconstrued what's happening. Uh and and it is then further feeding hesitancy that is clearly out. There they are. They conservatives bristle at the idea of the government trying to tell them what to do, especially when it comes to vaccines. And and conservative politicians have have described this door knocking as if they're coming to find you, which is absolutely not what is happening, and this points to a bind that the White House is in. There are a lot of public health people who are arguing for the White House to put vaccine mandates in place or to publicly advocate for business in schools to put mandates out there..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on The Face Radio

The Face Radio

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on The Face Radio

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"dr mercy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It's a 40 minute delay nor found at Santa Cedrone 15 minutes out of time. A so great driving for these county. We do have some chain requirements of the mountains, Palamar and Laguna because of the snow and ice last night, this report's right churches. Senate. Finally, church's new chicken sandwiches here with almost 70 years of the kitchen. You could bet they put the work into it to make it worth it. It's everything you love about churches between two buns Get it today at 3 99, Thanks for waiting churches bringing that down on flavor. I'm Kevin de Coco. Sex Real time Traffic update Just 10 minutes away. Now let's check in with 10 news meteorologist Meghan Perry. Good morning, Meghan. Good morning. Guys were drying out today, though it will remain quite chilly, especially this morning. Highs remain well below normal through the work week. The coast in the low to mid sixties in the valleys in the mid sixties, With San Diego's most accurate forecast, maybe see 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. Right now. In Ramona. It's 39 degrees Pretty chilly. Looks like us and Marcos is 46 Downtown. Cloudy and 53 Kogo news time 7 30 to this hour of the news is brought to you by reborn cabinets. One major pharmaceutical company is claiming it's covert 19 vaccine is almost ready Visor announced that its covert 19 vaccine candidate has been more than 90% effective. The company said that in face three trials the vaccine has proven to promote Accion efficiency rate above 90%, meaning more than nine in 10 of those who were tested for the vaccine had developed protection against the virus. Seven days after getting the second shot. It began phase three testing in the summer, which consists of testing about 30,000 voluntary participants in a double blind study. Visor is already in the process of producing millions of doses of its vaccine candidate as it waits for FDA approval. Zachary Barnes Kogo news One of Joe Biden's first acts as president elect is announcing his Corona Virus Advisory board that will help him during the transition period. Griff Jenkins has more from Wilmington, Delaware. We got our first major Biden transition team press release, hitting our inbox at five a one AM announcing The President elect's Cove in 19 Advisory council that will be led by three people. Dr David Kessler, Dr Vivek Mercy and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith. Now Dr Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's Colorado's Morning news. April Zesbaugh on Marty Lens with you, Fox 31 pinpoint weather. Currently 33. We're on our way to a high only around 40 will stay in that range. Most of the week could see a little bit of snow in Denver tonight. Good morning. Our top story here on Colorado's Morning News, Fizer says it's covert 19 vaccine is proving more than 90% effective in late stage clinical trials. The New York based pharmaceutical giant and Germany's by in Tech, have been testing it on tens of thousands of volunteers and have found no serious safety concerns. It's given on a tutto schedule with five stars saying protection against Cove in 19 is achieved 28 days after First shot is given. The company says it will seek emergency use authorization after the third week of November. President elect Joe Biden announcing his first moves today, even before taking office were 72 days away. From that he unveiled his Corona Virus Advisory board that will help him with his transition. We got our first major Biden transition team press release hitting our inbox and 501 am announcing The President elect Cove in 19 Advisory council that will be led by three people Dr David Kessler, Dr Vivek Murthy and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith. Now Dr Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017. Other members of the task force include Dr Celine Gounder, Dr Zeke Emanuel, who you may recall in Dr Julie Morita. That's Griff Jenkins. With Fox News. Still, some controversy as the president claims voter fraud Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tells ABC is this week that Trump needs to bring proof show us because of George and show us We can't do this. We can't back you blindly, he says if the president's basis of not conceding the election to Joe Biden his voter fraud then he needs to show it other members of the president's own party also joining the call for him to accept the election results. Utah senator and one time presidential candidate Mitt Romney says Don't look for Trump to admit defeat gracefully. You're not going to change the nature of President Trump in these last days, apparently of his presidency. Hey, is who he is. Romney making those comments on CNN's state of the Union reports are indicating President Trump is refusing to attend President elect Joe Biden's inauguration in January. President Trump will seemingly not except that he's lost the 2020 election if you count the legal votes Easily when the Daily Mail is reporting that sources close to the White House say he even refuses to attend the inauguration of Joe Biden arrival he sees is a phony president. Trump continues to protest that he was cheated in fraudulent votes. He has no concession speech, ready to go and no intention of recognizing Joe Biden's presidency. Traditionally, outgoing presidents welcome their successor to the White House, posing for photos in the Oval Office to formally hand over the residents. Then they attend the swearing in ceremony in front of the U. S. Capitol Building in Washington, D. C. I'm Mike Power. No issues being reported after people flooded downtown Denver on Saturday after the election was called for Joe Biden businesses boarded up in anticipation of possible violence Last week, Butch Burnett works at Golden Triangle, wine and Spirits. It's a block along Broadway that saw some businesses had windows broken out over the summer, hoping for the best. Everybody's celebrating that. Not angry or meaner than that So so far has been great. We haven't had any problems at all. So probably a states through the night like that, until.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Doesn't matter. It matters who counts. The votes about 200 people were in attendance. Absent a concession from President Trump, the projected president elect delivered a victory speech Saturday. From Delaware, Joe Biden said his first priority would be tackling covert 19 on that front. White House reporters got enough date this morning boxes. Griff Jenkins reports. We got our first major Biden transition team press release hitting our Inbox and 501 am announcing the President elect's Cove in 19 Advisory council that will be led by three people. Dr David Kessler. Hector Vivek Murthy and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith. Now Dr Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, But President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 and other members of the task force include Dr Celine Gounder Doctor Zika Manual, who you may recall in Dr Julie Morita. Griff Jenkins. Now check on Texas business sponsored by the Law Office of Nickname is Here's Spencer MacGowan from network radio boom and huge irony. Advisor says their covert 19 vaccine is 90% effective. And oh my God! Premarket trading the Dow looking forward to a post covert world up 1547 points. That's 5.5%, the NASDAQ barely moving the needle moving beyond the cove. It immune tech stocks and West Texas intermediate crewed up $4.15 a barrel. That is 41 29 0. My gosh, I'm Spencer Macallan President McGowan Group. Net worth radio dot com From the Rexall Use a W B 24 7 News desk. I'm Kim Lampkin. You're next update is at eight o'clock. 24 7 coverage at WGBH dot com. I play four quarters in order to get in the result. You want on the sidelines of great energy, Great passion. You see guys in that bar with his team in a man that was a fight. It was a grand way. We made them and everything. They, you know, they got Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver CD Lam after they come up short against the Steelers. At AT and T Stadium, which could have been Heinz Field with all the Pittsburgh fans who were in the stands Good morning from R W B AP Sports Scams ran into Cowboys team that wasn't happy about the way the season's going having lost her in a row being in AA. Big gun underdog for this game, but hanging on to a 1918 lead late before future Hall of Famer been Rafa's Berger was able to lead his team to the wind. They scored with only a couple minutes left. Went on to win 24 19 of loss of lost things going our way. You know, for for us, it's about battling. It's about finding a way, so we're on the right track, and we just got to keep digging Cowboys linebacker Daylan Smith. They seem to be getting better on that side of the ball. And the Dallas offense going with their third quarterback in the last three games. A lot of positives from Garrett Gilbert, giving the Cowboy's a chance to pull off the upset. You gotta give the cowboy's a lot of credit man. It really came to play in all three phases. Man. They were beaten us to the punch this star for coach and then playing They were on it. We were not But thankfully, man, we got a group there sticks together, Man, a group that's mentally tough in his able persevere, and I'm thankful for that. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has they improved? Eight? No. No Steelers team in the history of their franchise has been eight. No, but they are now well. Dallas slips to two and seven a week off before they travel to Minnesota player Vikings team. That's not very good. They're three and five that you check in sports and Steve Land Thiss afternoon to begin your d F W afternoon drive with Rick Roberts, now Mohr of the Morning News with Al J and Brian EST Ridge on news talking.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"News drugmakers developing. One of them have some positive things to say. This morning. Fox's Evan Brown as details live today, fighter and bio and tech, who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say their face three trials show a 90% effectiveness. It's the FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines. More than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine, and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Dave now Evan, there have been a surge of coronavirus cases across the country for the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted It's great news stock market Up Big Dow futures up over 1000 400 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden wants a nationwide mass mandate in the Democrat will Today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders, Dr Vivek Murthy, Dr Mercy's name. May sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins, but his Biden moves forward. President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is lunching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin they had in Nevada, where match slap with the conservative political action conference claimed on the Fox business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information. Mation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots date. Rachel,.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Step closer to a Corona virus vaccine. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News drugmakers developing. One of them have some positive things to say. This morning. Fox's Evan Brown as details live, he had a fighter and bio M Tech who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say their face three trials show a 90% effectiveness. The FDA now has two Review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines more than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Dave Now, Evan, there have been a base surge of coronavirus cases across the country For the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted. It's great news stock market up Big Dow futures up over 1000 for 100 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden. Wants a nationwide mass mandate in the Democrat will Today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders Dr Vivek Murthy. Dr. Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins. But as Biden moves forward, President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is launching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. Vata were match lap with the conservative Political action Conference claimed on the Fox Business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information nation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"HD one Indianapolis and it's now a step closer to a Corona virus vaccine. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News Drugmakers developing. One of them have some positive things to say. This morning. Fox's Evan Brown as details live, he had a fighter and bio and tech who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say their face three. Miles show a 90% effectiveness. The FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines. More than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Dave Now, Evan, there has been a surge of coronavirus cases across the country for the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted. It's great news stock market up Big Dow futures up over 1000 for 100 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden. Wants a nationwide mass mandate. The Democrat will today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders Dr Vivek Murthy. Dr. Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins. But as Biden moves forward, President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is lunching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin in the Data where match slap with the conservative political action Conference claimed on the Fox Business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information nation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots. Dave No Rachel the president's Elza planning election.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I'm Dave Anthony Fox News drugmakers developing. One of them have some positive things to say. This morning. Fox's Evan Brown as details live with a fighter and bio M Tech, who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say they're phase three trials show a 90% effectiveness. The FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines more than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine, and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Steve now Evan, there have been a surge of the court of Iris cases across the country for the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted It's great news stock market Up Big Dow futures up over 1000 400 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden wants a nationwide mass mandate. The Democrat will today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders, Dr Vivek Murthy, Dr Mercy's name. May sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins, but his Biden moves forward. President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is lunching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin they had in Nevada, where match slap with the conservative political action conference claimed on the Fox business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information Nation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who were transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A step closer to a Corona virus vaccine. I'm Dave Anthony Fox News drugmakers developing. One of them have some positive things to say. This morning. Fox's Evan Brown as details live today, fighter and bio and tech who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say their face three trials show a 90% effectiveness. The FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines. More than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine, and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Steve now Evan, there has been a surge of coronavirus cases across the country for the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted It's great news stock market Up Big Dow futures up over 1000 400 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden wants a nationwide mass mandate. The Democrat will today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders, Dr Vivek Murthy, Dr Mercy's name. May sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins, but his Biden moves forward. President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is launching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin and in Nevada, where match slap with the conservative political action conference claimed on the Fox business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information. Mation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots date..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Check who have been working on a vaccine for Corona virus say their face three trials show a 90% effectiveness. The FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines. More than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Dave Now, Evan, there has been a surge of coronavirus cases across the country for the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted. It's great news stock market up Big Dow futures up over 1000 for 100 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden wants a nationwide mass mandate. The Democrat will today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders, Dr Vivek Murthy. Dr. Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump Relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins, but his Biden moves forward. President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is launching lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin they had in Nevada, where match slap with the conservative political action conference claimed on the Fox business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information Nation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots date..

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"dr mercy" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Itiveness. The FDA now has to review the data. The two companies have been working through the Trump Administration's Operation Warp speed program to fast track vaccines. More than 43,000 test subjects were given the vaccine and none showed any serious complications or side effects. Dave Now, Evan, there been a day surge of coronavirus cases across the country For the fifth day in a row. There were more than 100,000 cases. President Trump Tweeted. It's great news stock market up Big Dow futures up over 1000 for 100 markets are surging overseas as well. Utah's governor is the latest to make wearing a mask in public mandatory and president elect Joe Biden wants a nationwide mass mandate in the Democrat will Today rollout is Corona Virus Task Force one of its leaders, Dr Vivek Murthy. Dr. Mercy's name may sound familiar because President Obama named him to be the nation's top doctor in 2014, but President Trump Relieved him shortly after taking over in 2017 boxes, Griff Jenkins, but his Biden moves forward. President Trump isn't backing down planning legal challenges. Fox's Rachel Sutherland has more live Dave. The Trump team is auntie lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin and in Nevada, where match slap with the conservative political action conference claimed on the Fox business Network. We just with laptops and publicly available information Nation found 3000 people who voted in this election who don't live here. The Wall Street Journal reports. Some of those votes could be from military families who are transferred who are legally allowed to cast ballots date. Rachel.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on Dermalogues

Dermalogues

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on Dermalogues

"Babies that you start seeing you know how often in general I mean every case might be slightly different but what would be your typical follow up period between assessments for the average sort of giant congenital nevis baby So early on probably every three months or so sort of similar to Millennia Niquia sort of looking for for changes and an as. A child gets older in the absence as well as you know, if you have normal MRI findings early on as well too, and the lesion has been stable in the first two years of life, and then we'd we'd extended and That might be six months that might be a year and then usually It's yearly thereafter for the for the larger Roy okay. So, much to know and so much that I've forgotten the the last thing that I just wanted to ask your advice on on behalf of the residence would really be do you have any favorite pediatric dermatology resources? So whether it be you know Website Conference Textbook Journal all Combo of all the above I remember resident I used her wits and I liked it and I thought it was a great read or it was readable shouldn't say it was a great read. Up. All night reading her with. Was but what are your? What are some of your favorite pediatric dermatology? Resources. Well. Back on I think more and more now though, and so the old texts are great but often they're not up They're not up to date. So there's just such a large amount of time that exists between editions. So I hate to make it sound like I'm up all night reading journals every night, but I think I, think the Pediatric Dermatology Journal is probably what I go to the most, and what's great is i. mean you just search search for president, Romulo search for up into relaxes blows it going to be something there in terms of the most recent Management type updates, and there's also nice reviews, right. So you like I was in clinic the other day with a resident and a child presented with a Hypo pigmented patch and so she was turned come up with the different things and and we just did a quick search on Google and you got this beautiful review of like. PINTA. And things that you'll never see in your life and more. You know more common things like Anita, St Pigmentosa. So I think more one more now it's nice to go to the literature because there are well done overviews systematic reviews. And on whatever particular topic, but the the old school textbooks are good too. But I find that how well and then the other thing is. I also think it's nice to look at resources that are geared towards parents and caregivers as well too, and so the Society for Pediatric Dermatology has a bunch of great handouts. And that's good because it's good for practical tips like what are we point parents because that can lend to how you form your script about these various diagnoses what you talk. About. The great point and I think is there isn't SPD meeting as well. Grab. Any Time residents will also attend that and and Glean a lot of clinical pearls. Yeah. Fantastic well I'm sure we could talk for much much longer about Pediatric Dermatology in new needle stuff and everything else that I have forgotten. But I am conscious of your time and I just wanted to say again thank so much I. Appreciate you taking the time a thank you for having me. This was fun great and the old. Dell. Dell Alumni here so Thank you again and thanks for joining us on Dermot Lots. Thank you my absolute pleasure. That was Dr Mercy Joseph She's a pediatrician and dermatologist at the University of Toronto and director of the Ricky Schachter Dermatology Center at Women's College Hospital. And that's a wrap on season. Two of Dermot locks. Thanks for joining US Dr Kerry Burning.

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"dr mercy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr mercy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now secretary Alex eight guards the secretary health and Human Services he's one of those individuals up with the trump store on a regular basis and secretary agar welcome again to the bill Cunningham shown Mr secretary how are you bill it's great to be with you in your listeners thanks for having me let's talk about some issues and this morning I had a commentator talk about how this is different no one goes on ventilators when they have a cold or the flu as you may know my wife the people's judge about a month ago at a terrible flu it was awful took her to the hospital you'll be fine go home and like the avian flu and respirator not used or ventilators can you tell the American people why this particular a corona virus is fundamentally different than all these other flus that seemingly have killed a lot more people yes so the flu does kill you said thirty to sixty thousand people every year but that's I hate to say it but almost built into how we think about health care every year with the annual flu cycle this virus the novel coronavirus it particularly is very severe at a ha a higher Patel the rate among the elderly as well as those who are medically compromised and and so you do have people on blue that are in those categories who might need to get on a ventilator also in intensive care but with the covert nineteen virus you will see you you'll see people who have to go in the sense of care about three percent worldwide need intensive care and about half of those end up needing a ventilator is what we say and so if if it's true it's a seemingly is true that the great majority of American people I would think over ninety nine percent because if one percent of the American people would die that'd be about three point three million right now it's about twelve thirteen hundred and so assuming everyone says it's true that well over ninety nine maybe ninety nine point nine nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by this why is this thing morphed into a new year economic depressive condition when it's a medical problem that the leaders have now morphed into an economic problem well why can't we saw both at the same time well that's what president trump is trying to do with his leadership is the balance how do you prevent the spread here so that it doesn't become something where where we lose so many Americans to finality but balance that against the economic impacts and so that's why he's had this fifteen days the slow the spread to try to tamp this down and that's why just yesterday in a letter to governors he's talked about moving to a much more county by county approach that is based on the data we have from really the I think the envy of the world this point six hundred thousand people tested the U. S. were adding about sixty five thousand a day to give really good data that will let the president give guidance to states and local governments on on how they could be very measured in their approach is more extreme where you're in a hot zone in more measured and and looser in areas perhaps that are not stoplight about red green and yellow well I don't like the idea it's funny you say that bill with which we've actually talked about exactly that to me you're getting it built New York city's red Cincinnati Ohio northern Kentucky is green and maybe Miami Florida is yellow and so here in little Cincinnati you know how many deaths we've had from this I don't know how many of you had zero well thank god thank god I want to keep it that way me too I'm I'm not diminishing what people are saying about living and dying but normally I like to and twenty seventeen twenty eighteen according to wikipedia they're never wrong about eighty thousand human beings died in the United States of America what the terrible seventeen and eighteen ten years ago what what the what the other flew under Obama according to found G. about thirty five thousand died three hundred thousand or hospitalized we're not even close to those numbers and because spring is you know April first as one on Wednesday we're not even close to those numbers so how come you're treating us differently than we treat other flus that seemingly have must worse results why well you know build a really good question it's on the president's talked about is just the the annual flu alone as you said thirty to sixty thousand people can die every year from that it is something that's almost built into our healthcare and our own societies expectations that that does happen every year I think that the reason the novel coronavirus has people more on alert is the fact that it's highly contagious it's on top of that those are additional people who will suffer and potentially die if we don't take action and we don't have the tools we have with the flu to deal with the flu we lose thirty to sixty thousand with a vaccine and with therapeutics and so here we don't have a vaccine we don't yet have therapeutics and so that's one of the reasons that makes this particularly frightening to to us is our health care system is overwhelming that capacity no we don't see we don't see health systems overwhelmed as we've seen in Italy by the flu we when you add this on top of specially is restored the tail end of the flu season there is a very real concern about how do we push this off how do we mitigate it so that we don't overwhelm our system you know I saw doctor Deborah bricks yesterday and I I Burton and I think she's doing a great job and she said that if we had the same numbers of a early that be approximately fifty thousand Americans would be dead right now and I don't want to diminish anyone's death if your dad mom dad your mother's dad my sister that's a big deal but none the less we need it we need a solution that's commensurate with the problem do you see a circumstance in the years ahead and I think many in the media is rooting for something terrible to happen CNN is not the cable news network that the cable opinion network C. O. N. but nonetheless have your opinion that's fine but do you see a circumstance based all that's happened the past three weeks that America we have the same kind of numbers as Italy which should mean about fifty two hundred thousand Americans that is that is not probable well it's hard to predict that it will when you're dealing with infectious disease right now New York is the one that's most hot in the close is looking to Italy but of course they're also fairly late in taking very active community mitigation steps to to basically social distancing people people from each other and spreading that disease in addition though you know you're you're raising really good points and one of them you raised was we're we're getting towards spring and warmer weather and most respiratory illnesses we can't we don't know for sure it'll be the case with this one but most respiratory illnesses that spread by droplets tend to be less contagious and how and and go into a more of a dormant state in warmer weather part of it just because we get outside and we naturally social distance from each other and there's less less spreading so the president's goal is how can we push the impact off in the United States prevent more New York than the United States hopefully get to that warmer weather hopefully get some more of a dormant phase buyer sells time as we work to bring therapeutics and vaccines to the market so that if we do face another wave in the fall that will be better prepared and have have been even more defenses than just shutting things down and social distancing during early about two minutes remaining out what is heard mentality my producer Tony Bender is thinking about cows and sheep and things like that herd mentality what is heard mentality yeah build up that has a great quest I think what he's referring to is herd immunity at some point and we see this like with measles at some point if enough of us whether by vaccine or having had a disease body that fight against it in our system we can't be carriers and we can't spread it to other people and basically the the value of the the virus can't get any hosts and humans and spread around anymore that was that sixty seventy eighty percent being in impacted at some point it basically can die off because the north people have immunity to it while we're not there yet but that's certainly something that folks have talked about is that with the virus like this maybe you get to the point of actually where you have heard of unity we'll have to see you know this novel coronavirus we think it's a pretty stable virus that's what that Burke's Dr mercy mention has said it seems to be a fairly stable one that unlike the flu won't change each year but will have to say that that the data is going to show it now can you relate anything about the president's phone call last night with the prime minister of communist red China president G. anything you can relate to they they were on the I saw some of the president's tweets the the conference went well of course there I don't know if you're legally responsible I'm an attorney I've been in the AG's office I would think there's some liability there because of the negligent behavior but can you relate anything relative to what the president agreed to with the communist red China last night I can't because I wasn't on the call and I've not yet spoken to the president this morning so I haven't gotten a download on that call yet except what I've seen in media reports so far well I would say this Mister secretary keep hope alive at some point the light at the end of the tunnel that the media criticizes will occur warm weather the Reds opening day was yesterday and it didn't happen yesterday was about seventy four degrees in Cincinnati we're bursting at the seams seems to get back to work and red yellow and green to may make some sense the media won't like it because it may be a success for the president but I wish you and yours nothing but the best and god bless you and god bless America thank you bill Mr secretary thank you let's continue with more the point is herd immunity takes place let me explain this even even a tiny battery might be able to understand let's say a line of ten people the first person catches the coronavirus and it's very early it's bad and so his body doesn't react to it puts out a few antibodies but not too many because it doesn't recognize it and then he sheds virus generally in droplets or spread or mucus something a character the second person catches and the second person's body size I don't recognize that and so he begins the process of fighting it off when the lungs fill up and he puts out antibodies that don't do the job then he passes on to the third person and the fourth person and the tenth person and the five hundred person each time it's passed on there's a less very own strain this being passed because each person has an anybody working it doesn't succeed in stopping it so by the time you get done hundreds of thousands of people that have been exposed to it you're not sick anymore very is that similar to the measles and what some others wrongfully have measles parties and which they kid doesn't have measles yet which is a virus they get the kids to gathering and they give each other measles so you have a less virulent strain otherwise you would get that later in life you have a complete immunity to it so that is what herd immunity is and so the longer these things go the less very what they become and when they come back for a second wave of the modern world we're gonna have therapies were gonna have vaccines are gonna other stuff to knock it down to beat it beat it down my first question to secretary Alexander Hagar of health and Human Services is that the flu does kill thirty to fifty thousand Americans every year I'm willing to bet you a hot fudge sundae from UT half that number were not even close approach but by this particular virus today as of noon it was twelve hundred and seven twelve hundred and seven we're never going to get the forty to fifty thousand so my point is let's do what the medical issues that we always deal with and on the other side of the coin let's get back to work you please not more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be completely unaffected by this and if they're not affected it would mean ninety nine point nine nine percent would be about three hundred and thirty thousand people would die that ain't gonna happen so how come we took a medical issue that is a bad one that we can deal with and more fit into an economic issue that is collapsing the American economy and the media is driving this argument in this debate because it fits their agenda of scaring the crap out of you so you listen or watch more and secondly if it's an agenda to get rid of trump that's what's behind this well let's continue later on we may have a real life survivor of the coronavirus wanted Tony benders buddies or Sir it is a live in well off I think is a former marathon runner former navy seal healthy as a horse but none the less is doing quite well.

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