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CDC's vaccine advisers recommend Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for younger teens

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

CDC's vaccine advisers recommend Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for younger teens

"A a government government advisory advisory panel panel is is recommending recommending younger younger teens teens received received booster booster shots shots of of the the Fizer Fizer covert covert vaccine vaccine advisers advisers to to the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control are are agreeing agreeing with with the the FTA FTA opinion opinion the the children children ages ages twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen can can safely safely get get a a booster booster shot shot to to protect protect them them against against Kobe Kobe eight eight nineteen nineteen the the approval approval comes comes as as the the U. U. S. S. battles battles the the Omicron Omicron variant variant surge surge and and schools schools are are struggling struggling with with how how to to restart restart classes classes amid amid the the spike spike the the CDC's CDC's director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky is is the the one one who who makes makes the the final final decision decision the the advisers advisers voted voted the the Fizer Fizer booster booster shot shot is is safe safe for for the the younger younger teens teens and and should should be be offered offered five five months months after after their their last last vaccine vaccine was was given given last last month month the the CDC CDC open open boosters boosters as as an an option option for for sixteen sixteen and and seventeen seventeen year year olds olds now now the the panels panels making making a a stronger stronger statement statement that that they they should should get get the the extra extra dose dose I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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More U.S. states desperate to defend against COVID-19 are calling on the National Guard

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

More U.S. states desperate to defend against COVID-19 are calling on the National Guard

"Coronavirus coronavirus cases cases continue continue to to surge surge in in much much of of the the US US and and that's that's before before the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant begins begins to to take take hold hold the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control reports reports the the nation's nation's seven seven day day moving moving average average of of daily daily new new Kobe Kobe cases cases was was more more than than one one hundred hundred eighteen eighteen thousand thousand five five hundred hundred a a jump jump of of thirty thirty seven seven percent percent over over the the week week before before at at Friday's Friday's White White House House task task force force briefing briefing CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky initial initial data data suggest suggest that that Coleman Coleman nineteen nineteen boosters boosters help help to to bolster bolster protection protection against against Omicron Omicron sh sh and and we we should should remember remember that that still still over over ninety ninety nine nine percent percent of of cases cases in in this this country country right right now now our our calls calls by by the the downtown downtown area area in in the the delta delta surge surge has has hospitals hospitals packed packed with with some some fifty fifty four four thousand thousand people people nationwide nationwide more more and and more more states states are are turning turning to to the the National National Guard Guard for for help help like like Maine Maine New New York York Michigan Michigan and and Indiana Indiana I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up  should get booster shot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up should get booster shot

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention broadens broadens its its recommendation recommendation for for cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention is is now now recommending recommending cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults because because of of the the new new variant variant Omicron Omicron in in a a statement statement late late Monday Monday CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky said said everyone everyone ages ages eighteen eighteen and and older older should should get get a a booster booster shot shot either either when when they they are are six six months months after after their their initial initial Fizer Fizer or or mature mature in in a a series series or or two two months months after after their their initial initial J. J. and and J. J. vaccine vaccine the the CDC CDC had had previously previously approved approved boosters boosters for for all all adults adults but but only only recommended recommended boosters boosters for for those those fifty fifty years years old old and and older older or or those those living living in in long long term term care care facilities facilities well well then then ski ski also also encouraged encouraged anyone anyone who's who's feeling feeling unwell unwell to to get get tested tested for for covert covert nineteen nineteen hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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US gives final clearance to COVID-19 shots for kids 5 to 11

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

US gives final clearance to COVID-19 shots for kids 5 to 11

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting U. S. health officials give final clearance to cope with nineteen shots for kids five to eleven the centers for disease control and prevention has given final clearance for children ages five to eleven to receive visors kids size covert nineteen vaccination the food and drug administration had already authorized the shots that are just a third of the amount given to teens and adults the announcement from CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky came just hours after an advisory panel unanimously recommended opening Fizer shots to the nation's twenty eight million youngsters in the five to eleven age group CDC advisor Dr Helen Talbot noted she too is a mom I have back in my head I feel like it's fate and I would not recommend something I did not feel that way millions of the kids size shots of already been shipped to states might cross yet Washington

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Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Can I get the flu and COVID-19 vaccines at the same time?

"Federal health officials are urging people to get a flu shot this year and they say yes you can combine it with a coded vaccination in the same visit flu specialist Richard Webby at Saint Jude's children's hospital is warning about a possible twin dem ich covert nineteen in the flu circulating at the same time this fall he says it's perfectly safe to get both shots at once saying doctors give multiple inoculations all the time centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Polinsky please do your part to ensure that everyone is best protected against flu she says because last year people were mostly isolated and wearing masks they are concerned reduced population level immunity to the seasonal flu could place us at risk for a potentially severe flu season this year Jackie Quinn Washington

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COVID-19 deaths eclipse 700,000 in US as delta variant rages

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

COVID-19 deaths eclipse 700,000 in US as delta variant rages

"The United States has eclipsed another milestone in the pandemic more than seven hundred thousand Americans have now died from covert nineteen still health experts say the fourth wave of the pandemic driven by the delta variant has peaked overall in the U. S. we're beginning to see cases and hospitalizations decreased Dr Rochelle Wilensky director of the centers for disease control and prevention our seven day average of cases is about one hundred six thousand four hundred cases per day and the seven day average of hospital admissions as about eighty three hundred per day still will in ski at CDC data show the average number of daily deaths remains above fourteen hundred Florida has suffered the most with the virus killing about seventeen thousand residents since the middle of June Texas is second with thirteen thousand deaths I'm Ben Thomas

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400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

400K in U.S. got Pfizer booster shots last weekend

"The White House is continuing its push to get more people vaccinated against Kobe nineteen well there's been a lot of recent attention on booster shots the White House says it's still trying to reach the twenty five percent of Americans who still haven't gotten their first shot even though they're eligible but covered nineteen coordinator job design says vaccinations are on the rise we will hit an important milestone two hundred million adults with at least one shot there has been a new motivation with many municipalities and large businesses starting to require vaccines for employment CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says right now cobit cases are down the seven day average of hospital admissions is approximately eighty five hundred a day and the seven day average daily gas is thirteen hundred per day Jackie Quinn Washington

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CDC endorses COVID booster for millions of older Americans

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

CDC endorses COVID booster for millions of older Americans

"The centers for disease control and prevention that's indoors booster shots for millions of older or vulnerable Americans late Thursday night CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky signed off on a series of recommendations from a panel of advisors the adviser said booster should be given to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and those ages fifty to sixty four who have risky underlying health problems the extra dose would be given once there are at least six months past their last Pfizer shot the panel had voted against saying that people can get a booster if they are eighteen to sixty four and healthcare workers or have another job that puts them at increased risk of being exposed but Wolinsky disagreed and put that recommendation back at my camp in Washington

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Montana Rule Urges Schools To Give Parents Say on Masks

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Montana Rule Urges Schools To Give Parents Say on Masks

"Federal health officials are again urging states and local school boards to require that children wear masks in school although some are ignoring the plea Dr Rochelle Wilensky who heads the U. S. centers for disease control says coded cases are on the rise in schools where children are not wearing masks and teachers aren't vaccinated actually in the context of this I'm very transmissible delta variants I'm and we are encouraging the schools to follow our guidance but in Montana governor Greg Gianforte's fighting schools that are requiring masks saying it's based on inconclusive research and says it could damage student health he wants parents to decide while in Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf has reversed himself and is now requiring masks in all of the state's public and private schools that's after five thousand students tested positive since school began I'm Jackie Quinn

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

Red Blonde Fox

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

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02:36 min | 9 months ago

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox

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Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

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00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

"Federal health officials say the rate of Kubic nineteen deaths has increased eleven percent compared to last week putting the US on track for another grim milestone by December the head of the U. S. centers for disease control Dr Rochelle Polanski says the U. S. is averaging about one hundred forty two thousand new coronavirus cases a day a slight increase three percent over the prior week but the rate of deaths has gone up higher eight hundred sixty four per day an increase of nearly eleven percent researchers from the university of Washington suggest nearly one hundred thousand more people could die from cope with nineteen by December which would put the US death toll it nearly seven hundred thirty thousand but they say a dramatic shift in behavior like people wearing masks in public could cut that in half I am Jackie Quinn

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CDC Sees Large-Scale Covid-19 Outbreaks at Schools Not Following Safety Guidelines

Mark Levin

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

CDC Sees Large-Scale Covid-19 Outbreaks at Schools Not Following Safety Guidelines

"The CDC has laid out guidelines for school districts to cut down on the spread of Covid 19, But the CDC director says some aren't following them. As more students go back to the classroom. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is urging school districts to take Covid 19 prevention measures seriously. She says large scale quarantines are happening in schools that are not following CDC guidance regarding teacher and student vaccinations. I want to strongly appeal to those districts who have not implemented prevention strategies and encourage them to do the right thing to protect the Children under their care. She reiterated a plea for masking in schools. This is not forever. This is for now. She also says U. S. Covid 19 related deaths have increased by 11% in the past seven days.

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Extra COVID Vaccine Approved for Those With Weak Immune Systems

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 10 months ago

Extra COVID Vaccine Approved for Those With Weak Immune Systems

"US regulators have approved an extra dose of the covert nineteen vaccination for transplant recipients and others with weakened immune systems the food and drug administration has approved booster shots for millions of Americans who are especially vulnerable to the corona virus because of organ transplants certain cancers and other health conditions centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says emerging data show it works there is an enhanced antibody response after an additional dose of an MRT Corp in nineteen vaccines Santino compromised several other countries including France and Israel have similar recommendations the boosters are only for this high risk group about three percent of U. S. adults for the rest of the population so far the vaccines seem to be providing protection without an extra dose although that is being monitored hi Jackie Quinn

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CDC Urges COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy as Delta Surges

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 10 months ago

CDC Urges COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy as Delta Surges

"The centers for disease control and prevention is urging all pregnant women to get vaccinated against covert nineteen the CDC recommendation echoes recent guidance from top obstetrician groups and comes as hospitals in corona virus hot spots around the country are seeing greater numbers of unvaccinated mothers to be seriously ill with the virus expectant women run a higher risk of severe illness and pregnancy complications from covert nineteen including miscarriages and still births but CDC data show their vaccination rates are low with only about twenty three percent having received at least one dose the agency had previously encouraged pregnant women to consider vaccination but CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky now says it has never been more urgent to increase vaccinations during the search that's come with the spread of the delta variant I'm Ben Thomas

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US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

"The U. S. is now averaging more than one hundred thousand new covert nineteen infections a day a milestone last seen during the winter search the number of confirmed infections across the US had been averaging about eleven thousand a day in late June now Johns Hopkins university's tally puts the number at one hundred seven thousand one hundred forty three it also shows the number of people dying from infections rising to nearly five hundred a day as of Friday director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Rochelle Wilensky earlier this week eighty three percent of our counties in the United States are experiencing moderate or high transmission was delta variants continuing to be dominant circulating virus Johns Hopkins tracker puts the number of covered nineteen tests coming back positive at more than eleven percent still one thing going in the right direction the number of people getting vaccinated back up to more than eight hundred thousand per day I'm Ben Thomas

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COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 10 months ago

COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

"There's been a dramatic increase in the number of covert nineteen cases in the U. S. compared with the prior week and it's being linked to the more contagious delta variant state local and federal authorities have been urging people to get vaccinated because there's been another spike in virus infections Dr Rochelle Wilensky heads the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention our seven day averages about eighty nine thousand four hundred sixty three cases per day this represents an increase of forty three percent from the prior seven day average nearly ninety thousand cases a day a Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries some Georgia hospitals are said to be turning patients away in Houston Texas chief medical officer Dr David person KTRK urges more people to get vaccinated you need to consider that you represent a potential danger to yourself and others in most particularly your own family I'm Jackie Quinn

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Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 80% of U.S. COVID-19 Cases

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 11 months ago

Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 80% of U.S. COVID-19 Cases

"To surge. It now accounts for 83% of us covid cases. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. The best way to prevent the spread of Covid 19 variants is to prevent the spread of disease and vaccination is the most powerful tool. We have a federal judges blocked in Arkansas law banning nearly all

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CDC Leader: US in 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

CDC Leader: US in 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

"The Biden ministration expects coronavirus cases and deaths to increase in the weeks ahead CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says the country has reached a new coronavirus space this is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated new numbers show virus cases and deaths are up White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff science says the numbers are high in areas with higher numbers of people on vaccinated just four states accounted for more than forty percent of all cases in the past week with one in five of all cases occurring in Florida alone science says each virus death is tragic now it's even more tragic because they are preventable at Donahue Washington

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest: The Post Show

"That is justin bieber and dr rachelle linski. That may be the first time. You've probably been on hold listening to a remix of justin bieber from the cdc headquarters. You guys look like. You're having a whole lot of fun. I can tell you. Listen some people choose a path like yours others. Choose this path right choices. We all make choices but does cdc in my home town of atlanta. So it's great to have you with us. We appreciate you coming on my gosh. are you busy. it's been. It's been busy busy. There's a lot to cover. We're gonna talk about people who are not vaccinated and your push to get them vaccinated but first off just out of the gate just to ask you a couple of things the the the new variant. We're vaccinated so those of us who are vaccinated. What do we need to be thinking about. What this new variant well. It's the first thing to now. Is we worrying about variants because they they demonstrate that the viruses mutated and when we the viruses mutated it usually does so with some advantage to the virus so this time the delta variant that everybody's been hearing about that advantages that it's more transmissible and so we know now that about fifty seven percent of all virus here in the united states is the delta variant. But the good news. Is that our vaccines work against it. And so the really important thing to know is that if you are not vaccinated on your at higher risk of getting the delta variant and you need to put on your mask and you need to do all this prevention measures we've been talking about for over a year now but if you are vaccinated. You're well protected even against the delta variant. Now what we worry about with hearings in general is that they will continue to emerge as more and more virus circulates and that one day they might emerge to evade our vaccines. And that's of course the biggest concern which is why we want to suppress virus all over the place so the evolution of a variant is something. That's going to be in our near future for sure that i worry indeed here in the united states and around the world and what about this fall. Are you concerned about what's going to happen this fall. We've all i mean..

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Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

ABC Perspective

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

"And hospitalizations trend downward across the country. U. S health officials have become increasingly worried about the highly contagious Delta variant, particularly in communities with low vaccination rates. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky, telling Good Morning America this week that the delta variant now accounts for more than 20% of all coronavirus cases in the U. S, But even that number could rise quickly. Generally, when viruses mutate, they do so, with some advantage to the virus, and in this case, the delta variant, it is mutated so that the virus is more transmissible now, meantime, at

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on KCRW

"Now it's news from NPR. Live from NPR News. I'm Janine Herbst. Bipartisan infrastructure proposal is drawing support from centrists in Congress. But as NPR's Joel Rose reports, it's not clear if the bill can win over Progressive Democrats or the White House. Bipartisan group of 20. Lawmakers in the Senate is talking about a proposal that would spend roughly a trillion dollars on infrastructure. Vermont's Bernie Sanders, the progressive chair of the Senate Budget Committee, offered mild praise for the bill on NBC's Meet The Press What is in the bipartisan bill in terms of spending? Is from what I can see. Mostly good. It is roads and bridges and we need to do that. But Sanders says he does not support raising the gas tax or fees on electric vehicles to fund the bill. And he's concerned that the bipartisan bill includes just a fraction of the new spending. The White House originally proposed leaving out some key Democratic priorities, including expanded childcare and climate change mitigation. Joel Rose. NPR NEWS Washington Russia's ambassador to the U. S. Is back in Washington after being recalled from his post in anger over U. S Russian relations from Moscow. Charles Maynes has more In comments to the RIA Novosti news service. Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov said he was heading back to Washington in an optimistic mood and hope to have constructive meetings with American officials starting this week. Antonio's return is one takeaway from last week's summit between President Biden and Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Geneva, Switzerland. A meeting both sides say was pragmatic despite deep lingering differences on a range of issues. Antonio was recalled to Moscow last March after President Biden labeled Putin a quote killer. In a television interview. Meanwhile, the U. S ambassador to Russia, John Sullivan, is expected to return to his post in Moscow in the near future. Following a similar lengthy absence for NPR news. I'm Charles Maynes in Moscow. The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, says federal officials have received more than 300 reports of heart inflammation in adolescents and young adults who got the covid 19 vaccines. Sam Whitehead from member station Wabe PE has more. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says the reports to her agency in the U. S. Food and Drug Administration were rare and the vast majority of them resolved with rest and supportive care. She says those cases will be examined during a meeting of the agency's advisory panel next week. CDC will present details about more than 300 confirmed cases of my card itis and para card itis among the over 20 million adolescents and young adults vaccinated in the United States. Wolinski says The discussion at the public meeting is part of the CDC's efforts to monitor the safety of vaccines in real time. And calls the shots the best way the U. S has to.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on KTOK

"Director Dr Rochelle Walensky says she is cautiously optimistic that we're on the down side of the covert night team pandemic, but she worries about what might happen next. Experts had warned for years that a pandemic of this scale was coming. And we must expect additional diseases to emerge. We need to ask ourselves Are we ready? She told a Senate hearing that the Koven pandemic put a spotlight on the fragility of America's public health infrastructure. OU is lifting its mask requirement. As we hear from Beth Myers, effective immediately. The University of Oklahoma has lifted its mask requirement with limited exceptions. It says Master no longer required on campus or a campus events for fully vaccinated. Individuals ages 12 and older master Still required for those inpatient settings on transit bus is for unvaccinated individuals and guests. Ages 2 to 11. Inside OU facilities officials say they strongly encourage unvaccinated individuals to become vaccinated. Free vaccines are available at OU Health services. U S. House subcommittee exploring potential legal pads to compensate survivors and descendants of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre heard yesterday from the oldest living massacre. Survivor 107 Year old violin, Fletcher Fletcher told the committee. She lived through the massacre every day. I will never forget the violence of little head Mom. When we left our home. I still see black men seeing being shocked. Black bodies line in the street. Still smell smoke and see far let your said she had a bright future ahead of her before.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Check out this headline from New York Times. The pandemic shrank our social circles. Let's keep it that way. How about no. How about I'm gonna throw some real ragers once this thing is over. It just goes to what Jared always said, which is they wanted like depressed eating rule. Making no money staring at our windows miserable. Let's keep it that way. You know what? The New York Times I think I'm okay. The great lady doesn't need to tell me how to live my life. How many people I can have it a party But thank you So much for your concern. Today's poll question is brought to you by Ko 50 coffee making coffee Great again from the maggot dark rose to their drain the swamp medium roast cof F ee Coffee has it all. I'm holding up for the camera. So you guys can see this awesome packaging cof F ee coffee. If you want to get some or sent them to a friend, go to do you co 50 dot com cof F ee for anyone who didn't see the legendary tweet from Donald Trump is spelled C o v F E FT. Jerry Dig, Leo. What is the poll question And what are the results thus far, which un elected Hack is doing the most damage? Dr Folke, John Kerry, Jen Psaki or Dr Rochelle Wolinsky. By the way, I just want to say that I'm gonna vote for Dr Fauci, but I think he even knows that his 15 minutes is coming to an end because he's looked rather glum lately, and he's in. He's been more irritable than usual when he gets asked, like, Hey, Really guys asked him. You said Texas was going to be a disaster, and they seem to be doing okay. Well, yeah, Willie, it's xylitol. It's hard to figure out you don't seem to be getting short with people. Two on one day. Jared, You are relentless s 01 of the results. I'm gonna say Dr Anthony Fauci. Dr. Fauci is in the lead at 62%, John Kerry 31% 5% say Jen Psaki and 2% for Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Rest shall Rachelle All right, let's go to do we have that sound. I've been wanting to play this every time I hear that name. You don't hear the name or shell a lot. When the naysayers Nate,.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"WBS m com From ABC News. I'm Jerry Aldinger. The second Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump is winding down with the question and answer session now underway. One asked of Mr Trump New vice president. Pence was in danger during the attack on the capital, defense attorney Michael Vander Wien. At No point was the president informed the vice president was in any danger. Because the house rushed through this impeachment in seven days with no evidence there's nothing at all in the record on this point. Because the House failed to do even a minimum amount of due diligence. House impeachment manager Walking. Castro says the attack was broadcast live and noted a phone call that Mr Trump made two in Alabama Senator Senator Tuber Bill specifically said that he told the president, Mr President, they just took the vice president out. I've got to go. That was shortly after 2 P.m.. The Senate will vote next. Whether to convict that will likely happen tomorrow. The Department of Homeland Security rolling back some Trump era immigration policy getting on February 19th. The Department of Homeland Security will take steps to begin processing individuals who under the previous administration have been forced to remain in Mexico under the migrant protection Protocol in House Press Secretary Jen Psaki new guidance in the CDC and the Department of Education to get more kids back in class in a handbook for reopening the CDC and Department of Education, offering detailed guidelines for bringing students back. Dr Rochelle Wolinski, director of the CDC on a Friday call..

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Ed Donahue. Opening arguments are getting started in the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. House Democrats are expected to show another video of the capital riot. Ah, prosecutor in Georgia is opening an investigation into what is being described as attempts to influence the results of the presidential election in Georgia. Former President Donald Trump is not mentioned. But he made this phone call to Georgia's secretary of state. Brad Rapids. Burger. I just want to find Uh, 11,780 Votes, which is one more that we have. Joe Biden won in Georgia. A new CDC study says two masks are better than one in fighting the coronavirus. This is CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. This includes wearing a mask with most multiple nose fire. Nodding the ear loops on your mask or wearing a cloth mask over a procedure or disposable backs. The CDC is stopping short of recommending everyone double up on masks. A new A P N o RCO poll shows. A third of adults are skeptical of coronavirus shots. 67% of Americans plan to get vaccinated or have already done so. 15% say they won't 17% say Probably not. Dr Anthony Fauci Estimates 70 to 85% need to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity, but says if we only reach 60%, it's better than nothing. Suppose we don't reach the 78 85%. I think it would still have an important impact on the dynamics of the outbreak. You wouldn't have that complete blanket or umbrella of protection. He also says the vaccine is effective and safe, which is why it was approved. He got his shot on live TV. I'm Julie Walker. The White House is announcing three new mass vaccination sites in Texas. Bruce Springsteen is facing a drunk driving charge. For an incident in New Jersey in November. This is AP News Where are we? Now? In the battle against the coronavirus. The Corona virus has now killed more than 2,300,000 people around the world more than 468,000 of them right here in the U. S. That's according to Johns Hopkins University vaccines have been slow rolling out as you know, but so far About 10% of Americans have gotten at least one cove in 19 shot. The percentage of gotten both shots, meaning there as fully protected as they can be by the vaccine is about 3%. That's, according to an AP analysis awaiting FDA approval Now Johnson and Johnson's one shot Cove in 19 vaccine I'm Rita Foley. Police have arrested 10 people in the UK, Belgium and Malta. For allegedly hijacking mobile phones belonging to American celebrities to steal personal information and millions.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Madonna que CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says the number of coronavirus cases keeps going down. But she's worried about letting down our guard and other factors. We have yet to control this pandemic. We still have this emerging threat of variance and I would just simply discourage any of those activities. We really need to keep all of the mitigation measures that play here. There are fears cases may spike in Tampa, We got to go with this man did a great job. I'm just so proud of having a booking is there were videos of people like that man celebrating a Super Bowl victory without a mask on the White House says President Biden will still push for a boost in the minimum wage, despite a report from the Congressional Budget Office. It says it would have mixed results. Here's the AP. Songer Madani. The CBO says the hike would cut the number of Americans living in poverty and boost the pay of millions. It would also add about $54 billion to the federal deficit over 10 years and cut the number of people working by nearly what and a half million Many Democrats want the hike in President Biden's covert relief, A bill president is remains firmly committed to raising the minimum wage to $15. But a White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, acknowledges it may not stay in the bill, with Republicans firmly against it, and moderate Democrats worried about the impact on small businesses during the pandemic. Saga room AGONY Washington His offices. Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died more than two weeks after contracting the coronavirus right had other health issues. He was 67. Majority leader Chuck Schumer is getting ready for tomorrow's impeachment trial in the Senate of former President Trump. You cannot sweep it under the rug. You must have all the truth come out, and then the accountability Once the truth comes out, Trump's lawyers say it's an act of political theater Wall Street At the close, the Dow finished up 237 points. This is AP News. Pope Francis is urging governments to use the pandemic to create a world that is more economically and environmentally just as an annual foreign policy address. Two ambassadors accredited to the Holy See, Francis said the current crisis provides a helpful opportunity to rethink the relationship between individuals and the economy, adding, there's need for a kind of new Copernican revolution. You can put the economy at the service of men and women, not by sir versa. Frances urged governments to contribute to global initiatives to provide vaccines to the poor and to use the pandemic as a chance to reset what he said was a sick economic model. I'm Charles Duluth. Asthma. The New York Philharmonic launches an on demand video and audio streaming service called NY Phil. Plus, the Philharmonic stopped large scale live concerts last March because of the coronavirus Ed Donahue. AP News The White House says president by then will keep pushing for a minimum wage of $15, even as the Congressional Budget Office reports a boost with that mixed results. The CBO says the hike would cut the number of Americans living in poverty and boost the pay of millions. It would also add about $54 billion to the federal deficit over 10 years. And cut the number of people working by nearly 1.5 million. Many Democrats want the hike in President Biden's Covina relief, a bill president is remains firmly committed to Raising the minimum wage to $15. But a White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, acknowledges it may not stay in the bill, with Republicans firmly against it, and moderate Democrats worried about the impact on small businesses during the pandemic. Saga Room agony Washington AP News I'm to McGuire the number of coronavirus cases have dropped to their lowest levels in three months. Health officials and others are still concerned Super Bowl celebrations might feel new outbreaks and another concern the variance University of Pennsylvania. Immunologists E. John, Wary says the mutations do pose a threat to people. Thank you for McDonald's Cbu and Davis Helen Advertising. This is aroma. $2.6 piece, Vic Nugget. 32nd radio Idea. Number M c L Q 8473 to 0 R. Hey, we haven't even pulled away from the drive thru,.

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KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of Social distancing 67% of California border said. Yes, this sounds like a good idea, Planet Fitness CEO Bill Body says despite zero reported transmissions out of millions of club check ins, California is now the only state in the nation. That is not permitted into a fitness centers to open the polls show 64% of voters agreed. It's more important to keep businesses open to maintain jobs and the economy in L. A Corbin Carson CAF I need. The director of the CDC says the number of covert 19 cases in the U. S has dropped 61% since a peak in cases in early January. While the data are moving in the right direction, context is important. Because cases, hospital admissions and deaths all remain high and well about the levels that we saw in the summer and early fall. Dr Rochelle Walensky says officials will know in the next week or two if the current slow drop in the number of deaths is a trend. She also says the safe re opening of schools does not have to include vaccinated teachers. The White House later said that's not the official CDC guidance. Woman accused of breaking into football star Joe Montana's house in Malibu and trying to kidnap his baby granddaughter has been let out of jail L. A county sheriff's department records show. The woman's charges have been dismissed. The woman spent about five months locked up on $200,000 bail. Montana called the cops in September and said a stranger had snuck into his living room and took his granddaughter from a play pen. The White House says it's checking whether President Biden can provide some student loan debt relief through executive action. Congressional leaders are urging bite into forgive $50,000 worth of federal student loans. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's A.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And further analysis. This system called National Forest cov to strain surveillance or an S three continues to be scaled up. We've also established contract with large commercial lab partners to conduct much of this work. They're currently analyzing 3000 samples per week and have committed to analyzing 6000 samples per week by mid February. As a result of these efforts of sequence of our throughput of sequences has increased tenfold in the recent weeks, going from 251 sequences that were sequenced during the week of January 10th 2 2238 sequences that were done on during the week of January. 24th. Additionally, CDC is collaborating with seven universities that are working with public health agencies to identify variants, and we have provided $15 million in covered 19 supplemental funding. Go to several health departments in the United States to accelerate the integration of next generation sequencing and violent dramatics into the U. S public health system. Finally, we are leading a coalition of 200 cross sector organizations to set standards and share information about stars Kobe to sequence based surveillance. This is a good start, However, We recognize that more resource is and capacity or needed to increase our country's sequencing, surveillance and outbreak active in Lyrics capacity at the levels demanded by this crisis. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky over all this means with the support of these activities, we will now be able to sequence at least 7000 samples weekly with cases high and variants emerging. I want to stress to the American people the importance of taking a few simple actions we can all take to protect each other and to stop the spread of covert my team. First where mask stay 6 FT apart when you're in public and around others who do not live in your household. Second, please avoid crowds and poorly ventilated areas. Third now is not the time to travel. But if you must travel, you must wear masks.

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AP News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Disease Control and Prevention director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says there have been some positive trends in cases and hospital admissions. But the occurrence of covert 19 remains extraordinarily high in the United States. Well, this key notes that Thursday was the sixth day of more than 4000 deaths in this country. We continue to have over four times the daily number of cases as we have over the summer. Today was the seventh day of more than 4000 deaths during the White House coronavirus briefing, Dr Anthony Fauci said he's encouraged by vaccine from Johnson and Johnson very good with regard to cold chain requirements, namely, requiring only a refrigerator. It is inexpensive and the company is capable of making doses in the in the numbers off billions. It's not a strong is some two shot rivals but still potentially helpful for a world in dire need of more doses. I'm Tim acquire new vaccine candidate I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News MINUTE Johnson and Johnson says his Corona virus vaccine, which is still in testing is showing promise. Dr Anthony Fauci talks about one of the biggest pluses for that vaccine. This is a single shot vaccine in which you start to see efficacy anywhere from 7 to 10 days following the first and only shot change a plan to seek emergency youth authorization in the U. S. Within a week it expects to supply 100 million doses by June. President Biden warns congressional Republicans he will push on to get Congress to pass is $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief and recovery package with or without them. Millions of people are out of work unemployed. Future millions of held.

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WTOP

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on WTOP

"Thing. It's now six o'clock you CBS News on the hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are worried about their own security, CBS News has learned. Many are asking for more protection. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan has the details. A group of House members say the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol shows they have become easier targets, and the protection they receive in Washington is no longer sufficient when they're in their home district. More than 30. Lawmakers have written to top leadership, asking for more money to make security improvements and the flexibility to hire local law enforcement or other security personnel when they are at home and more vulnerable. A bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security on homegrown terrorism may back them up correspondent Catherine Herridge on the potential threat. The warning says groups are also motivated by the 2020 election results. An extremist maybe inspired to target elected officials. Katherine says it does not have intelligence about specific, credible plotting. Despite President Biden's hopes of mass vaccinations by fall, the CDC is projecting things will still get worse before they get better with another 85,000 deaths in the U. S. In the next three weeks, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky variance Underscores the need for public health action. First get vaccinated when it's your turn. January is already the deadliest month of the pandemic on record of British citizen who spent 18 years in prison and the kidnapping and murder of an American journalist has been ordered freed. Pakistan's Supreme Court has just ordered the release of Ahmed Omar Saeed shake, dismissing the Pearl family's plea to reverse an earlier ruling overturning the British born Islamists murder conviction shakes lawyer says The court has also ordered three other men serving life sentences over the Wall Street Journal reporters. Linked to be freed Pearl's family, calling it a complete travesty of justice. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London In Northern California, Extreme rain has triggered massive mudslides. CBS is Carter Evans from Monterey 17 million people. Under Flash flood watches statewide, nearly 300,000 are still without power. Meanwhile, parts of the Sierra Nevada could see up to 10 FT. Of Snow and in the Santa Cruz mountains. Thousands are under evacuation. The ad Was like this world's.

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"dr rochelle" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Climate change is an existentially threat, Biden cited and increase in extreme weather events, including massive wildfires and floods. The Department of Homeland Security is warning Americans about a nationwide threat of terrorism. Acting Secretary David Makovsky issued a bulletin saying There is currently a heightened threat across the U. S. That will persist over the coming weeks. There is no specific, credible plot. However, Penkovsky says there is information suggesting extremists angry about the presidential transition may act. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says there's been a recent downward trend and key covert 19 categories, but cautions Americans that we are far from the end of the pandemic. Encouraged by these trends are cancer rates remain extraordinarily high, and now is the time to remain vigilant. President Biden did not appear during the virtual event for first of a regular series of covert response team briefings. The Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates steady. Policymakers wrapped up their meeting today by leaving the Fed short term lending rate at or just above 0%. Senate President Pro TEM Patrick Leahy is back on the job after being hospitalized. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer welcome the 80 year old Vermont Democrat this morning. Glad to see my colleague from Vermont ear. Leahy was taken to a hospital as a precautionary move. After complaining about not feeling well. He'll preside over the upcoming Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. The world remains 100. Seconds to doomsday. The bulletin of the atomic scientists announced the update to the doomsday clock today representing the proximity to the end of human civilization. 100 seconds is the closest the clock has ever come to the apocalypse. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Johnson and Johnson's covert vaccine will likely be the next one available in the U. S. My power reports last week, Dr Fauci said that Johnson and Johnson is right around the corner from seeking emergency authorization for its vaccine. The company says it's on track to have interim data from its clinical trial by the end of January, shots injected into arms as early as the end of February on CNN's coronavirus fact versus fiction podcast, Dr Dan Brooks says. If the Johnson and Johnson vaccine proves to be safe and effective, it could have major implications on the vaccine rollout because J and J has committed To producing and deploying at least a billion doses of vaccine during this calendar year and at least 100 million doses for.

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WDUN AM550

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"I think all of us sort of potential doors recognized the seriousness of our responsibilities. We also know the seriousness of what happened on giant rate of six. That's the date of the deadly Capitol attack. The former president's accused of inciting Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live. David Peter Mansoor, suspected of Walk the article to the Senate around 7 P.m. Eastern. This is lawmakers debate the constitutionality of trying a former president. Republican Senator Mike Rounds on NBC's meet the press to begin with. I think it's a moot point, because I think right now Donald Trump is no longer the president. He is a former president, GOP Senator Mitt Romney says he believes the trial is constitutional. After the articles transmitted, there will be a two week pause to allow the former president to prepare defense. Once the trial gets underway, Senators will listen to arguments six days a week, breaking only on Sundays. Dave Rachel President Biden will issue a buy American executive order today, sharpening rules on federal money being used to buy products made in America. Also today's expected And then a band that President Trump ordered lifted will be put back in place today and prohibits travelers from the UK, Ireland and 26 countries in Europe as well as Brazil in South Africa. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky will sign an order today requiring passengers two years old enoughto wear masks on all public transportation boxes. Tony J. Powers, former Trump Press secretary, Sarah Huckabee. Sanders wants a new job today. I announced my candidacy for governor of Arkansas and ask for your prayers and your support for the 10th time. Tom Brady's going to the Super Bowl this time with his new team..

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KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"dr rochelle" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Biden will take the oath of office and become the 46, president of the United States. What Vice President elect Kamila Harris, called a nation in Mourning began its essential rite of democracy with a somber tribute to the 400,000 victims of covert 19. Grim milestone. The U. S reached as president elect Biden left for Washington. These are dark times. But there's always like it's a message. Biden is expected to reiterate in his inaugural address that's built around the theme of Unity but delivered in a spot overrun two weeks ago by a riotous mob, underscoring there are still some with no interest in unity. Aaron Qatar SKI ABC NEWS Washington, The outgoing president granted executive clemency to 143 convicted criminals was receiving partners include political allies like former adviser Steve Bannon, who's charged with defrauding political donors. Explaining the part in the White House on, Lee said. Bannon has been quote an important leader in the conservative movement, also on Trump's list conservative operative Paul Ericson, who's serving time for fraud. Meanwhile, after pledging to drain the swamp, the president overnight rolled back and ethics rule that had prevented political appointees from taking lobbying jobs. After they leave office. ABC is Kenneth Moten. The president did not pardon himself or any other members of his family. The federal appeals court in Washington got in the last minute slap at the outgoing president, striking down a new rule that eased federal regulation of power plant pollution. The court said the rule was based on an illegal interpretation of the Clean Air Act. The United States sailed through 400,000 deaths in the pandemic, and the worst may be yet to come. Public health officials are now warning that the so called dark winner Isn't over yet. Incoming CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky said that she fears that this country could hit half a million dead from the coronavirus by the middle of next month. ABC. Steve Austin Sami, You're listening to ABC News..

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