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"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

"When you look at Some policy here I wonder how good a policy it is to to bring thousands of unvaccinated people into this country either from afghanistan or by opening our southern border. Those people aren't being checked agree. I think i think there's a there's a part of the problem. Is that the inconsistency which which breeds distrust and if it doesn't take a if it doesn't take a brain surgeon to understand that That if inconsistent to tau a regular americans that they can't enter a restaurant or that they have to show that they're vaccinated and to shame them while at the same time. I have no concern or care for people for example running across the border Coming in from other countries telling americans who've gone an airplane they have to they have to be vaccinated they have to they they have to wear coverings and then not applying the same rule the people who have much greater risks of actually carrying and spreading the disease it. It doesn't make sense. And you know. I think i think it just makes people more more and more skeptical of the endeavor. Yeah last question dr klein. I've watched the the back and forth between senator rand. paul who's also a doctor and dr fallacy And senator paul is really pushed the idea of natural immunity and and so i wanna ask you should people who have recovered from covert And have the antibodies. Should they have to get vaccinated. I don't think so. I had covert and then i got. I chose to get vaccinated. I'm not you know thinking well. Maybe it'll do some good probably won't hurt. i do. I think they need to know. I think that that data suggests that infection is is at least as protective. Maybe more so against something and than banning vaccination. So i you know i don't think so. This is a natural process. We we're we saw virus we have. We were hit by a virus. We haven't seen before..

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"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

"Though there are some who have had very very adverse reactions these are extremely rare and then of course cova can rarely produce in a young person the same the same type of ill effects so so i think you really balancing risk for a very young. I think the older you get more vulnerably everything. It's really easy call. But i think we do have to understand that these reports of of Injury from the vaccines are are extremely uncommon for pfizer we they've given out over two hundred billion doses. We've had three hundred fifty million People over three hundred fifty million doses of vaccine administered the ad state and if there were if there were serious problems that were coming we would we would. We would understand that. I mean we would know that better. So i'm not saying it never happened but it's unusual so for the fully vaccinated Everybody from the president to the various governors were encouraging it to the point where they would. Hey you get fully vaccinated. You don't have to wear the mask you get fully vaccinated. You can spend time with your grandkids now. But now they're coming back. Dr klein and say well You might wanna social distance. You might want to wear a mask You may not want to go to that. That big party. So which is it my view. I think if you're fully vaccinated. I think we can go on with our lives. I i don't. I think this has been really mismanaged and i think it's we're we're really we're at a point on from other rationality were you. We're we're saying that these teams almost eight are almost perfect at preventing serious illness. Very very rare to get a serious infection We're saying that you can occasionally break for infections. But you don't get sick vaccines readily available for everybody. We're saying breakthrough infections are rare. But then they're telling people to cover their faces which aren't good there. There hasn't been good day day on in the first place. But obviously if breakthrough infractions are rare there's gonna be a little limited impact if any from from covering your faith and i think that's been true throughout the epidemic. In fact in the letter that i mentioned in england journal three out of the four people contract cove. It you know again not getting sick. Got infected from family members who were unvaccinated vaccinating. So i think. I think that's the larger point. Is that if if these face covering drew. Let's say they work. You'd have to wear them all the time even around all your family..

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"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

Tom Roten Morning Show

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr roger klein" Discussed on Tom Roten Morning Show

"Eighty. Wpa chew dot com. Thank you for tuning in really appreciate that. We are In a situation now where one of the cova vaccines has been approved by the fda The pfizer vaccine Has been has gone from emergency use authorization now to full approval by the food and drug administration to talk about that and more. We want to bring in to the program. Dr roger klein is a faculty fellow at the center for lol science and innovation at the sandra day o'connor college of law at arizona state university and He's licensed to Not only practice law but also. He's licensed to practice medicine in ohio. Florida and wisconsin. Dr klein good morning. Welcome back to the program. How are you sir. Hi tom scratchy. With you yes sir So fda approval for the visor shot are. Do you expect there to be a full approval. For madonna and johnson johnson as. Well yes sure i eventually i mean i think pfizer No visors has been doing this awhile. And they probably weren't the best. They had their vaccine out early. And at least relative madonna that had never which had never produced an approved product. Before you know they they're experienced going through fda. So i expect the others will also apply in And get approved. Yeah so i. I want to ask you based on You know what what you're seeing here with the The millions who've gotten vaccinated and i believe it's You know over. Sixty percent of the adult population in america's already fully taxed And seventy three percent have had at least one dose. So what are we seeing from the data here I mean it appears that a lot of even the vaccinated are coming down with covert. Now i don't that's that's there's nuance so first of all. It's it's infections Which is what they're called are not unexpected. And they're relatively uncommon. I think what's important is the when people have to get infected. They're they're not getting sick in a in a serious way. It's rare to get to have a serious illness for fully vaccinate person. They almost never die for example. And i there. There's just something that was published. A research letter published in new england journal of healthcare workers. And there were only three out of a thousand who vaccinate who at breakthrough infections. None of them were her four out of a thousand about three or four hundred thousand rates. There there were four workers in and they They they weren't sick at all. I mean they got sore throat second. Yeah now there have been cases of adverse reactions hundreds of thousands. Some of them had been mild. But some have been pretty severe. And i just. I just spoke to a local nurse. Thirty one year old healthy young lady. Mother of three Felt pressured at the hospital. She works at here locally to get vaccinated Did so and then spent several days in the hospital where she worked and it was determined by four doctors that it was a vaccine injury Thankfully she's home but another nurse at Who'd been at the same hospital has had her life turned upside down. She went from a marathon runner to not being able to get up off the couch..

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