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"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | Last month

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is down 1% or $16. 90 cents at 17 58 50 announce the euro 1.2117 against the dollar British band 1.3 96 9 again, Is it one of 6.39 and that's a Bloomberg business Flash calling Lisa Thank you so much. Take Karen Paul this morning on Bloomberg Surveillance. The simulcast myself and Jonathan Farrow spoke with Andrew Pick Josh He's a professor of molecular microbiology and immunology, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, and I Got to say, a fascinating time where you actually see plummeting hospitalizations of Tastic sign, and we asked why this happened. Let's take a listen. You have to look at this in two ways, the hospitalizations and the severe and the deaths are going to be now driven by the vaccination program that's going on in the U. S, as well as globally. Remember, that's targeting the most vulnerable populations, so we should expect to see the hospitalization and death rates dropped faster than the case numbers now the regular case numbers There's a normal cycling with respiratory viruses that infect during winter on that when you know as as the temperatures start to warm up a little bit. The conditions for transmission are a little bit less ideal so that you see ridges case numbers. But let's be clear. We're still that a number of cases, particularly in the U. S. That's much, much too high. To be able to be controlled by our standard methods like contact tracing, so we need to keep our efforts up to drop that case number down even lower than it is right now. And you mentioned the fact is that well, it's just the natural cycle of a respiratory disease, and the other one was just the vaccination rollout as well. When you look at the data How do you assess Which one is which and what's driving? What? Well, it's really a question of who's getting vaccinated. And right now I'll use the U. S, as the example wear not immunizing enough of the regular population to see that effect on case numbers. That should change. JJ vaccine here in the U. S. Is probably going to be approved today by the FDA and we're hearing manufacturing of the other vaccines is going up. So in the next month or so, we should see a major change in terms of a switch to backs Name the general population which should then lead to an even faster drop in the rate of cases in general. All right, So when can we throw off our masks? Go to the theater. Hang out with our friends. We wanted this to be over. That's the $10,000 question. Isn't it actually in dollars? What we're trying to get at is the model is tell us that population immunization rate close to 70% is what's going to get us to a very manageable rate. Now that's incremental. As we move to higher percentages will have less and less numbers of cases. I still think that given the current rates here in the U. S, we're talking about a late spring early summer before we can really get to a level of immunity in the population where we can safely consider to really let up all on many of the restrictions that we have right now, well late spring early summer that's actually sooner than a lot of people are saying, I'm wondering from your perspective, whether the sort of naysayers out there who are saying Stay on with your masks, keep social distancing even as we to get you immunity building up in the community, whether there were rewards in the people who are like, Look, we just need to live again are actually right. But there is a level of immunity that's building that's allowing that to happen more safely. I mean, what's your view on that? I think we have to think of these public health interventions as I get a multilayered approach, and the focus is going to be on trying to remove the ones that are putting the greatest in there having the greatest impact on our economic and social lives so Be honest masks should be something that we should just get used to wearing for a while because those are the simplest ones that could be in place that can maintain a level of reduced transmission. What were we don't really want to focus on our things like you know schools on getting people back into their workplaces and finding ways to use the vaccination as well as contact, tracing and mask wearing to allow us to open up those aspect of the economy. So that we can get to some level of normalcy there. So think about this as layered professor. Let's talk about how we should handle those that have bean vaccinated and not from a political standpoint, from a scientific standpoint, I think from a society point if you might be worried about correcting a two tier society the meantime from a scientific standpoint, and is there any reason Why those that have been vaccinated have waited several weeks after the second dose can't just go about life is normal. So far, the signs suggest that these vaccines particular them and daring and five sir vaccine, which had been the Most studied here in the U. S. Certainly point to having a really strong immunity and it points to having reduced case numbers as well as that massive drop in the severe cases, so I still think that we want to maintain. A group effort here. Masking is going to be something that is going to be needed. And if you're vaccinated or not vaccinated, masking is going to help us in terms of limited cases. We also want to together on some of these issues and get masking is a very easy way to make sure that we maintain that feeling that all of us are still in this together, and all of us are fighting this pandemic in the best way that we can So I would imagine that masking something that whether or not you're vaccinated. You want to make sure to keep that up for the next few months from your standpoint No. Do you think it would encourage vaccine take up when we really need the encouragement to allow those that have been vaccinated to go about life is normal. It's a difficult question to get up because, as you mentioned you don't want to generate a two tiered society here. But certainly one has to think about as a larger percentage of the population is vaccinated. Those individuals should be able to be doing more things whether that be going back to school. Whether that be going back to work. There should be some benefits from going out and getting your vaccination because you really are Only to help reduce the level of transmission of this virus in the community if you get yourself vaccinated, and that's gonna have a general population benefit that was Andrew Pet kash of Johns Hopkins talking about the latest With the coveted pandemic, I got to say Pandemic fatigue. It's real Paul. I mean, it's so real, for everyone. It is real. And I could tell you just, you know, the past couple days of warmer weather has helped, though. Um, And you know, I think as we think about kind of reopening here, I like his timing from Dr Peck Hush, You know, kind of late spring into the summer, forgetting to back to the beginning to get to some normalcy there, but for me The You know, The red line in in that has to be met is getting kids back to school full time in the fall in the classrooms. Full activities after school. Full athletics. To me, That's kind of is the goal in my mind, and I think we're gonna have a good spring summer coming up, but that's really the goal that I think Everybody needs to work towards..

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"dr peck" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"I'm joined by an extraordinary person. Dr m scott peck. He is a renowned psychiatrist author of one of the most widely read books in modern history. It's called the road. less traveled. Few writers of touched more lives than dr peck and few messages have empowered more people in ten years. The road less traveled has been sold to an unprecedented four and a half million readers. A record that's been compared to that of the bible. I wanted to talk with dr pepper today. To meet the person the mind behind such a powerful and influential book and words who can write a book that can stay on the bestsellers list for ten straight years. Well in his work he shares lessons of truth and love and values that have been reached my life and i know millions of other people though. His work is quite famous. His face is not dr. Pack rarely appears on television and therefore. I'm very honored to have him here with us today. Thank you very much for being here. Thank you roots. Good to be here. Although i hope my face doesn't become that familiar because you like having the anonymity really. I really liked privacy a very shy person. I don't know about you. But i'm i'm very shy. How do you explain the fact that this has happened that this book become a phenomenon. Well you know. I'm a psychiatrist. Yes tree we've got a saying that all things are over determined. All symptoms are over determined by which we mean that a symptom or disease has more than one cause and so. There's not just one reason why. This book has become so popular course. I think there are a whole bunch. The most common response. I've gotten to not only the road less traveled but most of the rest of my other work is not that i said anything new but i've been saying the kinds of things that people have been thinking in their heads all along but felt that they shouldn't talk about because They just went against the culture right. And you know what it is what i call it. That's an feeling you'll be reading and you go because it's something you already somewhere inside of. You knew or have thought but just hadn't been able to articulate princeton's for instance very first line of road. Less traveled is life is difficult. I went yeah and this is the kind of thing you're not supposed to think about. You know we are bombarded by the media and even by the church with messages that we should be happy that the reason that we're here is to be comfortable and fulfilled and then when people get finding that they're not happy and they're not feeling comfortable or fulfilled. I think that something must be wrong with them because they think that life ought to be easy. Because that's the kind of message of our culture. It ought to be easy if you just do it right. It's going to be easy. And got that and i said oh thank god thank goodness. At least somebody else knows that it isn't easy and once you see it in print that way say life is difficult all then i can go on and expect life to be difficult and that's why you started it that way exactly..

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"dr peck" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

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"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:09 min | 6 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So the number is the total number of jobs 661,000 lower than anticipated, But it may not be really as Jeff Rosenberg was just saying Messi report. Mike always great to get the reality checks that you bring for us. Jeff Rosenberg's This is the last employment report until the November 3rd election. What is the narrative as you see it coming from this? Well, you know, there's another thing just focus for a second on the payroll report. Leisure and hospitality is up again, quite significant. And it is a reminder, you know, might just talked about the schools and the teachers, and that's a That's A. That's a negative dragon. The report. The positive part is you are seeing the effects of reopening in this in this reports. You seeing strong figures there. No, that's that's good news. It's a reminder that you know we are moving through. There is a reopening its in fits and starts. And and now I think when you when you consider today's headlines, it's really about reminder. And we're seeing these reminders in many areas. Aspects right here in New York City schools are reopening some schools that Reopened earlier. I've already had to close down and that we are dealing with the uncertainties of what you know potential of a second wave might look like and I think that's really the kind of big picture story around. You know, today's headlines and it's really going to be how aggressive And necessary Will any policy response in terms of shutdowns, constraints on the economy B. And that's really weighing on here their financial markets. It's pushing up expectations for perhaps AH fiscal policy response that we know is he's kind of stuck in Congress. Perhaps that increases in its likelihood and these are really going to be the themes that dominate. The economic outlook and therefore also the market out. All right, So you were talking Jeff about policy response potential shutdown, But as we've seen, it's not necessarily an official shutdown that causes the economic ramifications. Is people being nervous that they're going to get the virus? Right? It's human behavior is the psychology of it. And I gotta say this morning coming in seeing the headlines, seeing the most high profile track and trace you've ever seen. Going on in the White House and throughout Washington, D C. You have to wonder what that does to psychology. How much that puts a dampener on the U. S economic recovery. Do you expect given the diminished expectations for a physical response? Do you expect the U. S economy to continue to at least grow, given all the headwinds that we currently see? Well, I do. It's about the second derivative of that growth in terms of how much negative impact and dragged you get, and you raised a really good point that you don't have to have. You know, government mandated shutdown is to see the effect now. What's important about that effect is that it hurts very specific segments of the economy right, so if it's people reacting to the fear That hurts restaurants. It hurts retail. It hurts leisure and hospitality. You know things. I just mentioned that in September. We're seeing some recovery. But if you don't have the full born shut down, you don't necessarily see that spill over into manufacturing and into other parts of the economy that if allowed to Can continue to practice as they implemented safer measures. Social distancing that allowed manufacturing the Arab pandemic to continue Jeff Rosenberg with us from Black Rock. As we consider this job's report, the revisions futures really pretty much unchanged off the shock. In Washington are Michael Maquis with further insight, Michael For the numbers here that Lisa was talked about earlier and what you see is an interesting number for construction workers only 26,000 and we've seen such games in housing, particularly in new home construction, and it may be that we're finding a problem in finding workers to do the jobs manufacturing jobs of 66,000. And he'd look at retail trade interesting 142,000 jobs that significantly lower than the 261,000 last one. But it is a lot of jobs when people talk about the idea of maybe that was lost a lot of stores. You gotta wonder if If they maybe you're still trying to ki thank you so much. If Rosenberg one more insight here before we get to this lead story across his nation, and that is Can you explain to me how banks make money in the Rosenberg Nominal yield space? I really haven't understand how they're going to jump through that hope how they're going to do it. Well, you know, it's still all about credit transformation, right, so borrowing at lower rates than their earning on their loans. And despite the yield curve being exceptionally flat bank's financing costs are still very, very low, supported by government policy, And when you consider that the charges in terms of credit and credit spread, that's that's really how banks are finding Net income margin, and so they confined profitability there. This has been wonderful. Jeff Rosenberg. What an odd jobs day. Thank you so much for helping us. Try to make some semblance of normality and always thank you to her Michael Mickey as well. It has been a commitment of Bloomberg surveillance from February. Our first shocks over what we saw. We decided along, frankly, with one of our listeners named Michael Bloomberg that we were going to speak to. Medical experts were to do that right now with Peter Hotez, but first from the Johns Hopkins University, Dr Peck cause We know the president is in one of the high risk groups for serious consequences of stars Kobe to infection. We know that it's really gonna be in our process of monitoring. We want to see how the symptoms progress. We know that when it comes to a few days down the line, there's a turning point where your own immune system begins to drive some of the symptoms that you're feeling. And it's that sort of fulcrum point. That'll be critical toe Watch for I will not mince words. That was a chilling moment with Dr Peck cause earlier.

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"dr peck" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

07:00 min | 7 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Raters with the two no start winning the opener in Las Vegas. You heard him talking about Darren Waller. Second most receptions in a game by a tight end. And Monday night Football history. Waller winding up with a dozen Jason Witten has the most with 13 12 for Waller. And then after the win, he joined Freddy and Fitzsimmons here on ESPN radio really evolve from whatever's got to the team of the 2018. And there be team Bible study. It was the place I could come in there and the vulnerable about things I'll still with. Um think I've into endurable open never judged me anyway. Once I kind of realized that I was like, just like a guy that I won't let down. He's always been there for me Always. You know, talking to me about great news. You know how I could do? No. Whatever accomplice wherever I want, accomplish your sport a lot into me and I won't let you down. I want to be there for him. God cares onto the offseason. Any little thing that he wants to try to be there trying to meet with him? Because I possibly can. And I think that kind of stuff paid off on that. Just on consistency of you know, I always reflect on the early part of my career where I was inconsistent. Unavailable in a way, I could really count on me. Um, so I just tried cap into that realize, like I have the power to be consistent, and I can't. I need to do that every week and just do the best that I have, and I feel like when I do that. I'm prepared to be like I'll like the results. Darren Waller earlier on front and Fitzsimmons on ESPN radio as the Raiders get the win over the Saints on Monday night Football New Orleans one and one for the third straight season. Coach Sean Payton. We've gotta be precise with what we're doing in the passing game route wise. I'm just saying in the last two weeks, I think it's been average at best offensively and that starts with us. It starts with me. And, uh, we got to be better. I thought we ran the ball little bit better tonight. Um, we're still not protecting the way we're supposed to. We're not. We're not functioning well enough and taken advantage of some of the opportunities we've had. So we'll look at that Our third down numbers were better. I'm sure our red zone numbers were a little better. But yeah, we had some penalty situations. The one Dr Peck we had, like three or four penalties. I lost track. Alvin Kamara. Saints running back did have two touchdowns, although it came in a loss. We're not going into the second game of the season. Michael let's lose this one so we can double back and do what we did the last three years trying to win every game. We didn't do enough. Tonight. It was ugly. It's a hard truth. I wouldn't say it's out of sync. We just had some mistakes that we can't have who want to play winning football. It's unacceptable. And the Saints are headed home one and one on the season. SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio J. J. What saying Texans rookie defensive lineman Black lock was subjected Sunday and want said that was selfish Quote. It was a stupid play. It's selfish. It's something I mean, I've spoken to Ross before. And one says he's ticked off. Paxson's coach Bill O'Brien said he didn't see black lock throw the punch. But he was informed by the officials. There were other guys who left Sunday's action early. For different reasons. Many won't be returning soon. For example, Nick Bosa, one of those Niners injuries, and it was confirmed on Monday. He's done for the season with a torn A C L Week. Two injuries. Are to blame for perhaps the different off season. We had ESPN analyst General Lawsky Guys. Bodies weren't necessarily hardened from the offseason, their ligaments and joints a lot of the way the strength training programs are set up nowadays is much more about The health of the body rather than let's put a bunch of weight on her back or on a bench press you get super strong. A lot of it is just strengthening and getting the body is healthy and strong, Tio kind of sustained the season and I think we're kind of yesterday's one of those days that we saw. The downside of not having that and as a result, Nick Bosa I have the fears confirmed by the Niners on one of the memories showing the tourney HCL, and he'll need season ending surgery. Is our Freddie Coleman. Nick boast was an attitude guy. And those kind of attitude, guys, especially in that division. We got Seattle to know you got the Rams to know. And you got the Arizona Cardinals, you know, to know. And now you know, 40 Niners looking up, everybody in your division, Everybody And you don't have your attitude guy. It's one thing to have your quarterback being injured. But Jimmy Garoppolo been a really good point guard dishing the ball over to places like the ride, John rather the MBA. When you look at Jimmy Garoppolo does. He's not going awhile. You but plenty time They're gonna put your defense and your team in a bad position. But the attitude I was Nick Bosa was the attitude guy The minute that he got there when they drafted him last year. Not having that is gonna have a seismic effect, not just in the defense. But now the offense. I have to worry about getting into shootouts. You get away with that against the Jets. They could beat them in the street clothes yesterday when you start playing team did a lot better than that in your own division. Six of those games in your division and you already lost one. Good luck to you in the San Francisco 40 Niners. Nick Bosa wasn't the only one, leaving with a tourney HCL on Sunday. The Giants Monday confirming running backs et quand Barclay has a torn A C L he will have surgery as well. Will undergo surgery in the near future. He suffer the entry in the first quarter off Sunday's loss to the Bears. Panthers Christian McCaffrey expected to Miss 4 to 6 weeks with a high ankle sprain, McCaffrey suffering there Right ankle injury on a touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Of Sunday's lost to Tampa Bay. McCaffrey saying they say 4 to 6 weeks. Panther's coach, Matt Rule. I hate I hate it for him. I mean, no one wants to be out there and play more than Christian does. But everything happens for a reason. I'm sure he'll rehab freeze. We haven't right now talk to him earlier today, and I know he'll get back as soon as you can. I'm not going to go there. I just You know, I I I care about our players beyond just football on beyond just winning. So when a guy gets hurt, whether he's a really talented player or a guy that you know that's just hanging on, you know, is the 53rd guy I hate. I hate to see it. You know, Christian's a special got player would be even more so He's a special person. And I know how badly he wants to be out there first team and after the game, I mean he was he was upset that he wasn't out there to help us. You know, at the very end. Denver meanwhile, saying Courtland Sutton is out for the season drew lock is out for weeks. Sudden suffering a season ending tornadoes C L lock. It's expected Miss 3 to 5 weeks with a severe right rotator cuff strain, which he suffered. On Sunday SportsCenter all night ESPN radio. The Niners were decimated during their game in New York against the Jets. Niners will be playing At met life again this week against the Giants San Francisco, suggesting that the turf had something to do with it. Earlier on Keyshawn J. Will and Zubin are Keyshawn Johnson. I don't put the onus on the turf or MetLife stadium that goes to the equipment manager and the players and what I mean by that is the equipment manager needs to go out there. Survey the.

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"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Much. I'm pleased to say that we're back without your aunty Peg USH Professor, my clear microbiology and immunology of Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg founder Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Okay, doctor I teased at school school school school school have a six year olds going to first grade. She's in public school. What's the risk for me in the fall? You know, against such an important question. I mean, the things that we know are that first of all, you've gotta have community control of infections before you even think about opening schools. You know schools by their nature are exactly the types of places that you don't want to have open. When you have rampant virus spreading in the community because you have people getting together in small rooms coming in close contact with each other at schools. You're constantly talking and putting the virus potentially in the air. So you have to have control of Infections in your community before you can think about opening schools. Um, the other thing about kids are, you know, I think we initially were a little bit. Um I'm not so concerned about Children because it didn't look like kids were getting infected with very severe disease at a very high rate. Um, that seems to hold true, so kids won't get asshole I a severe rate disease as elderly Do. But we're starting to see now is that kids actually are getting infected at rates close to other age groups. And when kids gets very sick, they tend to go to very severe disease much quickly so Kids are not immune to this infection. They can suffer severe disease, and it's important to know that even if it's something like 0.1% of kids cover suffer severe disease. You know, if you have a 1,000,000 kids, that's 1000 kids that are going to be hospitalized with infections. So even a small percentage of severe disease can turn into a lot of difficult cases. And kids can spread the virus to other individuals who may be at AH, higher risk. So you've gotta have control of the virus in the community and you've got a roll out schools in ways that maintain some level of social distancing and mask wearing to minimize the potential of spreading those environments. Alright, so very simple. Question it and forgive me because I don't know if you've got kids or if you do what age they are, But would you send kids to school right now? It was very much depend on the local conditions. So here in Maryland, we have relatively good control of of the of the virus. If my school were rolling out plans where they would have It's coming in on limited days. Smaller numbers of kids coming in at a time and keeping as much of the mask wearing and social distancing in place. Then I think I would consider it. My kids are older, so I just dropped off my daughter at graduate school that my son is a freshman at college, he's living in a residence hall with AA AA number of other students. There's some social distancing that's being put in place in masquerading wearing, that's putting place there so again and and his school is in a state that has good control over the bars at this point in time. So those of you, I think I think there are ways that you can open schools, but you have to keep these basic public health principles in mind when you're doing it. So, like I'm thinking my daughter she's 17. She's older than Alex is, but again goes to sit to school in the city. But they are creating pods. So that schools the kids will be largely, especially the younger kids will be in a classroom and they're not going to be moving around and doing kind of a hybrid. They're doing complete masks. They're controlling. You know how kids go up and down stairs? They're even doing face Shields for the kids. When? Yeah, they're supplying because when kids have to eat, so they are, you know, kind of going into, you know, high gear in terms of how they do. It makes me feel comfortable. But I, but I still you know, I'm a little nervous, Andy. Absolutely And and you know, there's no way that we can get to a zero with Risk scenario here because they're always going to be situations where things were infections can be can be spread. But you know what we practiced here in the laboratory is a similar principle that could be practice in public. You don't rely on one particular thing to protect you. You put in place a number of different things, and the combination of those things, then significantly lowers the risk for you in terms of getting an infection, so Not too dense classrooms face master face. Shields are actually a very popular thing here in the hospital, too. In terms of dealing patients on DH medical doctors dealing with each other. Those multiple things in place will help you reduce that risk to a manageable level in 20 seconds to kids recover faster than adults. Most of them do. I was lost in 20 seconds. Wait, Could I do follow another 10 seconds. The Chinese vaccine, not the Chinese. The Russian vaccine. Don't get too excited way have not seen the data. It's possible that both China and Russia have Vaccines at work, But all we've seen so far is press releases and political speeches. So we need to see the data we need to see efficacy. And we need to see safety means a lot more information. Dr Peck Cash, Alex and I could talk to you for hours. Azi Comptel, So come back soon, Dr Andy peckish professor of molecular microbiology and immunology. At Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health and, Of course, the Bloomberg School Public House supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, all right back to world the National News Headlines Back to Nancy Lions.

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"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:14 min | 9 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A pandemic that has increased dependence on their products and services. Apple up more than 6% this morning Amazon up 5.5%. Facebook up almost 8%. Well, alphabet is lower down about 8/10 percent. And that's a Bloomberg business Flash time in Paul, Karen. Thank you so much on this Friday is we reset on this horrific pandemic? We're hearing from many voices we heard from Stephen Angle. In Hong Kong doctor found she's speaking a TTE this moment or I'll say in 20 minutes to the house as well. I'm sure that will be an interesting hearing as well. We have a hearing every day with the Johns Hopkins University and their experts here this morning, Andrew Pecos of Johns Hopkins University. We have a number of studies have been entering what's called Phase three clinical trials, and that's important because those trials that increase the number of people that are getting the vaccine so we're now going to be talking about thousands or tens of thousands of people that are in these trials, as opposed to 50 or 100 which is what we've been seeing previously, and the other thing that these trials going to do is they're going to start to look at efficacy, so they're going to follow people and see if they're getting infected compared to a control group of people who are getting I'm not getting the vaccine, so we're going to start to see it data on and a body responses as well as real protection from infection. And that's of course, the critical bar that we need with ease. And I think the other important thing is to note that There are probably 45 bar back scenes now that are entering these trials. And so we have a lot of of candidates coming through, which increases the likelihood of finding the ones that are working the best and are the safest Is this a, you know, a case of national pride. Dr Peck Kash and is they're worried that actually, safety won't be at the forefront. Of all regulators to make sure that something's out quick and that you'd become number one that the person in the country becomes number one. The vaccine? Yeah, I can tell you from discussions with both the people who are running the trials as well as you know, investigators that are part of the regulatory process. That safety is an absolute ah high priority for this. We do not want to bring a vaccine onto the market that has problems with respect to too many side effects. That's particularly important because some of the vaccines that are coming through are using unique platforms that we haven't had very widespread use of previously. So that's another reason why these face three clinical trial's going to be incredibly important because We're going to be seeing the responses to these new types of vaccine platforms, as well as to see how well they work at inducing protection from Cove in 19 Could this be the shortest amount of time in which the vaccine was produced and distributed? Absolutely in modern times, at least, and I think that along with that will be a relatively high level of data about its safety, and that's the critical thing again as we just mentioned so Things are moving forward. Well, there's been organization at the level of trying to combine different steps of the studies and also to think ahead. So, for instance, right now, vaccine manufacturers are making doses of these vaccines that are going into trials. Not because there's a guarantee that we're going to use them. But because if the vaccines show efficacy and safety, we will now have a large amount of vaccine already put into the freezers that could be used to start immunization trials. So there's been some good coordination in terms of making sure we're planning multiple steps ahead and not just focusing on The immediate steps. The numbers in the U. S were really bad for a couple of weeks are most states. Do they have a better handle on the situation are the number of cases and deaths going down? So it's it's a mixed result across the country What you're seeing in the states that had High numbers of cases for the past week or two is you're starting to see the death rates and the mortality rates increased tremendously proportionate to those initial cases that we saw a week or two ago. Now in other states were starting to see a small surgeon cases that doesn't reach the level that we've seen in places like Florida, California, Texas. But now is the time for those states to act and try to find tune their public health interventions so that they can have a better chance of flattening that curve early on and not waiting for the cases to get to such high levels as we saw throughout many of the other parts of the country. We were almost in August betweens that September's around the corner. What do we know about kids catching virus and also transmitting the virus when schools reopen an incredibly important questions, so We start with what we're pretty firm on in terms of the data. It's that you know, Children don't seem to suffer a severe illness at the rate that we see in other age groups, which again is a positive They seem to be infected at a very similar rate as other groups so they're seeing the virus. As much as other groups are, what we're still not 100% sure about is how well they transmit the virus to others and again when it comes to opening schools, for instance, this is a critical thing, an incredibly important thing that has to be addressed. There are some studies that suggest that they can't spread the virus. Probably not as efficiently as adults do, but any level of spread can be very important on and be critical in terms of moving the virus into populations that are very susceptible to infection. So we really need to understand the transmission part better, and we also need to understand that school openings are linked to transmission that's going on in the population in the local population as well. Andrew Pecos Johns Hopkins University, The Bloomberg School of Ah Public Health, of course. Michael Bloomberg, the founder of Bloomberg LP, this radio and television operation as well and, of course, his philanthropy. To his John Hopkins University, Paul I'm getting used to wearing a mask. Where if I don't have it on I feel strange. I don't think that would happen. Now. That's a great point time I found, you know, during the first even a couple of months of this, I would walk out of the house without the mask, you know, and I owe risky divorce. I have not done that in a long time. The mask is I know exactly where it is a time And so it's It's the new world that we're in. It's a new behavior. You know that we've adopted and hopefully some of these behaviors will help, you know, kind of mute a any second way That may come, and it's a learning curve for all of us. I mean, think of the baby just wanted one idea, folks. Everything I do here I'm piled up with fistfuls of paper notes, interviews, essays, research pieces. Everything and it's all gone. This Paul I mean, all the papers gone. I didn't think that whatever happened? No, I mean, it's it's a thing. It's all all electronic all.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Up to transfer center, eight cents a $40.83 a barrel Comex gold, up half percent, or $9.50 at 18 09 80 announced the euro 1.1423 against the dollar. The yen is that 107.23 Netflix is down almost 7% this morning. And US own construction starts rose 17% in June, with builders ramping up production as lockdowns eased. That's a Bloomberg business Flash toman Paul Karen, Thanks so much. He's a Murali gist. He's with the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Should state that Mr. Bloomberg is, of course, founder of Bloomberg LP, this TV this radio operation as well, and he has been philanthropic with his Johns Hopkins. University. We have benefited. From repeated conversations with Murali Gist, Andrew Pickoffs here, an update from Dr Peck lives. Being prepared for this pandemic. Having seen the first large number of cases that came to the country, we should have been better prepared to deal with the eventual surges and small outbreaks that are occurring now It's incredibly dis concerning To see the level of cases that are coming up in places. And, more importantly, the lack of riel responses to get those case numbers down. This's not the way you deal with a pandemic, and we've been prepared not only from our own experiences, but from the experiences of other countries. We know how to intervene here to get these case numbers down. It seems to just be a lack of either political will or personal will to implement those those tools. Okay, I'll go with a personal will, and we've seen some good articles as we showing percentage of mask wearing in societies. In all that. What are we going to see? In the next week or two? I was ripped up on Twitter, Dr Peck off looking at the death dynamics of first and second derivative of log path of deaths. Help me here with the death dynamics lagging the case dynamics right now. Yeah. So we know because of the course of the disease will see Case numbers increased first will see hospitalizations lag that Bye anywhere between 7 to 10 days. And then we'll see deaths lag that by another seven days or so. What's interesting about now is the initial cases are in a younger population. So those surges air really coming up in terms of those What we call healthier individuals who may not be suffering as much death. But what we're going to see is now the transmission of virus from those individuals to more susceptible individuals. And that's going to mean that the hospitalization and the death rates are going to increase on even further delay. So we are expecting to see These surges in severe cases like even further than we have in the first wave in this in the country, and by the time we see that, Serge it's going to be almost too late to intervene because of that delay in in terms of monitoring cases. Yeah, that would certainly be a very serious situation. But Dr Picot in terms of the severity of cases, is it really true that cases A less severe for young people, because you see a lot of anecdotal evidence, particularly on social media of people talking about really frightening symptoms that Ryker for weeks if not months on end, and this is the important thing to understand about things like when people use things like case fatality rates or hospitalization rates it, baby that if you're younger The percentage of individuals that suffer those severe cases is lower across the population, but we have to remember that virtually the entire U. S population is susceptible to diseases. So even to this to this disease, so even a small percentage of severe cases amplified by the entire population of the US turns into a large number of cases, and that's the important part that people have to remember. It's not just about Well, most young individuals won't have suffer severe cases. There's enough of these young individuals that the number of severe cases is really going to be large. And on top of that. They are efficient transmitters of the disease, so you'll see the severe disease and other populations that we know stuff from spirit disease. So this's not a benign disease. This is not a common cold, like virus than the severity of diseases covered with large numbers of susceptible people is gonna translate into a large number of severe cases that were going to say hi and I'm on the transmission. Of course, the W H O is still looking into whether there's airborne transmission of covered 19. But what about the Immune response. What more do we know about whether people can build up sufficient immunity to this as we wait for a vaccine? Yes, With the vaccine trials, we've had some good results. Still, preliminary results still results off small population sizes, but it seems like many of the vaccines That have been fast tracked are generating the immune response that we want to see that we assume will protect us from infection. We still have a lot of safety work to do with these vaccines, and that's going to come in play. When we get the larger trials coming in place now into the early fall in terms of the immune responses to infection, it's kind of a mixed bag. In the same way that this virus causes a wide spectrum of disease ranging from no symptoms, toe hospitalization and death. We're seeing that the virus also induces a wide spectrum of immune responses from rather modest ones that fade wrote him too quickly to rather strong ones. That can last for at least a few months, because that's how much of the data that we have. So it's again a big, hetero genius spectrum. In terms of the immune responses that are induced by infection, the vaccines seem a little bit more. Tighter in terms of their immune response, So that's a good sign. Andr Pecos of Johns Hopkins University. Quick. I got the number guess wrong for the day Paul Sweeney..

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"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"dr peck" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Partnership with us a big part of ensuring equity is making sure the communities of access to screening and testing we have strong partners in the community that we can work with we are working with the with the issue health center in Roxbury to help make testing more accessible for residents starting today the center will be offering scheduled rapid results testing to all the issue has been a champion of reducing health disparities and the majority of their clients of people cart you've been listening to Boston mayor Marty Walsh giving an update from that city certainly striking a different tone as he said himself Carol from what we've heard from the federal government in terms of getting toward re opening you just tweeted out essentially sake may first not a chance yeah right so I feel like as I said before I will be interesting to see here we have I get at five o'clock in terms of the federal government and with the president and his team I have to say I do want to bring back a doctor any Packers professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg school of public health of course the school is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg so Dr Peck ashik so what do you think is the most important thing that's going on right now in terms of getting the virus under control well I think that the public health interventions that have been put in place all across the country are working you know it takes because as far as the central long incubation period it takes two to three weeks before we start seeing the true effect of what we've been doing in terms of the numbers of cases in the numbers of fatalities so things are working now's not the time to take our foot off the gas pedal we need to keep these things going and drive this forward until we get past the peak in most parts of the country and so doctor Pat cash and very basic question for you you know from the perspective of our listeners out there trying to live their everyday lives what do you recommend turns of masks what do you recommend in terms of like people getting exercise can they go running with friends can they take a walk like what should people be think about what have we learned about this virus that maybe is helping us refine what social distancing and what our interaction in public as limited as it is should be yes getting outside and walking around running exercising outside is fantastic keep your social distance from people trying not to run next to each other trying not to get too close to people as you're talking but getting out and exercising is a is a wonderful thing to sort of break the monotony of being inside all the time if you're going out for your grocery runs or to do something else you don't essential it's great to have a mask on the CDC has now updated its guidance and wants everybody to be wearing masks when they go out you can just cloth ones again that happen because we're realizing how many people are having mild sentenced Felipe will spread the virus so this is really meant to try to capture that small percentage of the population that might be spreading the virus and not know it and I didn't didn't now is not the time to let up on these things may be difficult but we have to keep going so okay I do wonder how our world has changed I mean it's obviously changed a lot of different ways but I mean is it all about getting a vaccine so that we can ultimately really get this under control is that the final solution to this or is it a case of you know it's going to mutate and we start all over again well right now it doesn't look like this virus is going to go away anytime soon so a real important key will be our tool will be to get a vaccine because when we have a vaccine that's one can go out and really start demonizing the vulnerable parts of our population and really make a big dent in terms of the disease that's that's being caused the deaths of the three cemex severity in the population we'll have to see how things go over the next few months as more and more people become immune to the infection and how the virus will be spreading it back and it does times but does that also mean that big gatherings whether it's sports events going back to college like things like that they will just they cannot happen for a while really large gatherings it is very there's very little chance that can be put back in place and anytime in the near foreseeable future because overseeing from other parts of the country or for other parts of the world is that the virus never really goes away like we have with what we see with influenza it seems to be hanging around at all parts of the year and once once it goes to the population there still some some people left around who are spreading the virus so gradual roll back some of the public health interventions may be occurring but I don't foresee going back to seventy thousand person football games in the near future yeah it's really amazing he hear about that and here about what the new normal may ultimately look like doctor any pickups thank you so much great to catch up with you again always such a great voice to bring is the real scoop on what's going on out there especially as we start to wrestle with some really big questions related to what it looks like on the other side of this he is professor of molecular microbiology and immunology at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg school of public health as you can tell it is supported by Mike Bloomberg founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg philanthropies great resource they have all been and doctor Picasa included all right let's get back to your top business stories in the sea what's going on with the trading day return what's going on is we are lower across the board here Carol Massar happy Monday to you both the Dow the S. and P. and nasdaq all slumping stocks are declining right now with the S. and P. five hundred.

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MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr peck" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

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MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"dr peck" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Before it goes higher so now it's up to you if you can handle that follow tilde how about in texas chris a they have me on quite welcome hey just people are asked my question just wanted to let you know that nelson aga lord dunked on my brother back in high school basketball game back in the day but fly will fly baby nelson the grill good in the second book all year he's got his confidence going out going help hey man he wanted me over a thousand dollars off bake it hey my question it it seems like the bio industry and speculative dr peck that by what going on in the market compared to the traditional blue chips do you think now's a good time to get into these types of stock like bob duggan's with aka oh and eight upa ch well believe it or not but i like to buy into these this is slow down and deuce this is based on slow down slow down from technology slowdown from a belief it tariffs are going gonna hurt the economy at what you do when you have a soda as you go for the highest gross stocks so when things settled down it's gonna be the fang names that are going to start doing better fast and in the interim because you don't want to be involved in the trade boards some of domestics will do well but today darden brought those down all of olive garden they made it so the group seem untenable so retail domestic and fang are what's going to work let's go to curtis in north carolina curtis.

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