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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Degrees with some sun breaking through in mid town this afternoon wins news time one oh six the FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn says the Memorial Day weekend may mark the re opening of a lot of the country but he tweeted a warning today that corona virus is not yet contained as people get out and about again Han says it's up to everyone to protect themselves and their communities that means social distancing hand washing and wearing masks in the midst of the pandemic tomorrow isn't going to mirror previous Memorial Days corresponded Boris Sanchez reports people are still looking to honor those who served and officials weary of having large crowds of memorials because of coronavirus many ceremonies including reef slayings are going online the annual observance at the Arlington National Cemetery will be live streamed and closed to the public the one Thursday about a thousand old guard soldiers were allowed to continue the annual tradition of placing small American flags near each head stone more than two hundred and forty thousand in all the cemetery only allowing family members visiting their loved one's grave sites this weekend and everyone will be required to wear face masks as the country nears one hundred thousand recorded cover nineteen deaths epidemiologists warn cases will spike as people increasingly get out and about wins news time one oh seven if there's one thing we're all feeling right now it's a renewed sense of connection whether it's birthday wishes just because miles or congratulations to the grad their party might be virtual but their happiness can be very real make it memorable with one eight hundred flowers dot com one eight hundred flowers has amazing deals on two K. as in more for exclusive offers.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:43 min | 2 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Commissioner Dr Steven Hahn reminding Americans that the virus is not contained as many Americans venture outdoors the weather in many spots is cooperating temperature is warming up quite a bit for everybody especially along the northeast shore this week the weather's coming the weather's going to improve a lot already warm down across parts of south seventy eight in Houston seven in Tampa as well Sox meteorologist Rick Wright commute managing pressure on a senior adviser to British prime minister Boris Johnson who violated the country's coronavirus lockdown measures several lawmakers from Johnson's Conservative Party are calling on Dominic Cummings to resign Israel's prime minister goes on trial today Benjamin Netanyahu faces charges of fraud bribery and breach of trust he's accused in three separate criminal cases to involve alleged efforts to secure favorable media coverage a third sentence on claims of luxury gifts from businessmen seeking help Netanyahu denies any wrongdoing Sox's Simon now in one week ago the prime minister was sworn in for a fifth term north Korean dictator Kim Jong own apparently wants to bolster his country's nuclear capabilities that's according to state media talks with the U. S. aimed at dismantling the north's nuclear program have made little progress America is listening to fox news this news brought to you by radiant plumbing and air conditioning now for your kale B. J. radar weather watch a couple of thunderstorms around the area today with mostly cloudy and humid conditions and a high of eighty nine late this afternoon some severe storms will building.

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Fauci to testify before Senate committee this week

The Sunday Show

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Fauci to testify before Senate committee this week

"Three members of the White House coronavirus task force ourself quarantining after being exposed to the corona virus including Dr Anthony Fauci who's been a prominent face of public information NPR's Franco or done yes reports Dr Robert Redfield the head of the centers for disease control and prevention and Dr Steven Hahn the commissioner of the food and drug administration planned to testify before a Senate committee via video conference instead of in person the committee chairman senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee said in a statement that the two officials are self quarantining out of an abundance of caution after being exposed to cope at nineteen Dr Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases is also scheduled to testify at the hearing the N. I. A. ID said Saturday that found she has tested negative for the virus but officials declined to say whether he would also testify or

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Anthony Fauci and two other White House Covid-19 taskforce members to self-quarantine

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Anthony Fauci and two other White House Covid-19 taskforce members to self-quarantine

"To members of the White House. Corona Virus Task Force are self quarantining after being exposed to the corona virus. A third Dr. Anthony. Fauci is starting what's being described as a modified quarantine impure Franko or donas reports. Dr Robert Redfield the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Dr Steven Hahn Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration plan to testify before a Senate committee via video conference instead of in person. The committee chairman Senator. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee said in a statement that the two officials are self quarantining out of an abundance of caution after being exposed to covert nineteen. Senator Alexander issued his statement before Dr Foul. She announced his plan to isolate himself. It's not clear whether or not found he will also appear by Video Conference White House Block Valgy from appearing before a House panel last week

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Fauci to begin 'modified quarantine'

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Fauci to begin 'modified quarantine'

"Top doctors on the White House coronavirus task force herself quarantining for the next two weeks out of an abundance of caution after being exposed to covert nineteen and pierced endowment has more Dr Anthony Fauci the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and a member of the white house's coronavirus task force will begin a modified quarantine after quote low risk contact with the White House staffer who tested positive for the corona virus his office says he has tested negative for the virus but that he will continue to monitor his temperature CDC director Dr Robert Redfield an FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn are also in quarantine I have an abundance of caution after being exposed to the virus the two are still expected to testify before a Senate committee on Tuesday by video conference rather than in person it is not clear if Dr Fauci who was also supposed to testify we'll do the

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Fauci to go into "modified quarantine"

KYW 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 3 months ago

Fauci to go into "modified quarantine"

"Dr Anthony Fauci and two other top U. S. health officials are now self quarantine K. Y. W. stem hello Tim Jimenez joins us live with the details to him morning Manan Dr Fauci says he's under a modified quarantine because of low risk exposure to White House staffer who tested positive it's full quarantine for the head of the FDA Dr Steven Hahn and the director of the CDC Dr Robert Redfield who also came in contact with the staffer as well now officials have been named that person but someone known to be at the corner virus task force meetings vice president pence's press secretary Katie Miller she tested positive on Friday okay what W. medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says we can learn from what's happening in the White House the important message here is the virus doesn't care who you are you could be a physician he can be a politician you could be an everyday citizen it doesn't matter if you haven't had the virus you can get the virus and you can pass it to others neither president trump nor vice president and Mike pence are reported to be quarantined as CNN citing a White House memo says many staffers are working remotely and monitoring for any symptoms and there is extensive cleaning mat at the White House and the office building nearby okay what abused him Jimenez joining us live

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:34 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With meal service this afternoon two on KFI am six forty more stimulating I'm a little home in life from the K. at five twenty four hour news from the head of the FDA Dr Steven Hahn is in self quarantine for fourteen days after coming in contact with someone who tested positive for culvert nineteen an FDA spokesman says Han tested negative for the virus a near record four thousand people have been released from hospitals in Italy in the past day after testing negative for gold at nineteen the founder of uptown records to shape the sound of hip hop and R&B in the late eighties and nineties has died of an apparent heart failure under her real discover Sean Diddy combs of whiskey in the careers of Mary J. Blige heavy D. and Joe to see he was fifty nine expect mostly sunny skies today with highs in the upper eighties but that'll stall on the one thirty four into the lake that's eastbound just after going to a bowl of art it still has the right lane shut down it's involving a tractor trailer so expect delays as you're approaching if you're traveling on the seven ten north bound in east LA of the sixties there's a stalled big rig blocking the left lane of the connector to the sixty west so you'll be tapping your brakes approaching their and if you're in Montebello on the sixty westbound from Wilcox Avenue it's about Atlantic Boulevard you'll see some traffic building up there okay fine this guy helps get you there faster a pager Marino are you still invested right now is your ability to retire stay retired at risk hi this is camera a founder of retirement planners of America and host of the money matters radio show our goal is for your money to last as long as you do and for you to have financial peace of mind we believe.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven FM concerned about covered nineteen and kids I'm jokes here fox news New York governor Andrew Cuomo in his daily briefing saying it appears the corona virus may be more dangerous to kids than first thought he says three children in the state of died from a syndrome that may be related to the virus even though they didn't have typical corona virus symptoms Adler elementary school children are presenting symptoms similar to our sake disease or toxic shock like syndrome children who come in who don't present symptoms that we normally are familiar with with covert Cuomo says the total hospitalization rate in his state in the number of new cases have all dropped White House coronavirus task force member Dr Toni found she will be on Capitol Hill next week to testify before a Senate panel the focus is going to be on how the country can we open not only businesses but schools Democrats are furious that how she was not allowed to testify before a house subcommittee only a few days ago the White House of blocks that from happening president trump said he felt that the house was filled with trump haters and that he would not send out she testified meantime the head of the food and drug administration he is self quarantining after coming into contact with someone infected with corona virus the FDA says Dr Steven Hahn tested negative but will now stay home for the next fourteen days just to be safe he was scheduled to be at that same hearing with house in the Senate next week fox's mark Meredith one of the early voices of rock and roll has died.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Art radio station concern about covered nineteen and kids I'm Joe cheer fox news New York governor Andrew Cuomo in his daily briefing saying it appears the corona virus may be more dangerous to kids than first thought he says three children in the state of died from a syndrome that may be related to the virus even though they didn't have typical corona virus symptoms Adler elementary school children are presenting symptoms similar to our sake disease or toxic shock like syndrome children who come in who don't present symptoms that we normally are familiar with with cold Cuomo says the total hospitalization rate in his state in the number of new cases have all dropped White House coronavirus task force member Dr Toni found she will be on Capitol Hill next week to testify before a Senate panel the focus is going to be on how the country can we open not only businesses but schools Democrats are furious that how she was not allowed to testify before a house subcommittee only a few days ago the White House of blocks that from happening president trump said he felt that the house was filled with trump haters and that he would not send out she testified meantime the head of the food and drug administration he is self quarantining after coming into contact with someone infected with corona virus the FDA says Dr Steven Hahn tested negative but will now stay home for the next fourteen days just to be safe he was scheduled to be at that same hearing was tops in the Senate next week fox's mark Meredith one of the early voices of rock and roll has died Little Richard credited with altering popular.

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FDA issues emergency authorization for remdesivir to treat coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

FDA issues emergency authorization for remdesivir to treat coronavirus

"The FDA has moved to make a promising drug for COPD in nineteen patients more widely available commissioner Dr Steven Hahn we are authorized to Gilead's application for emergency use authorization for the use of ram does appear in hospitalized patients daily ad says it will donate more than one million vials of the drug which appears to speed up recovery for more severe

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:03 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Home he was a radio John hunt has details Dr Steven Hahn the food and drug administration commissioner announced during the White House coronavirus task force briefing that the organization has now approved the first at home coded nineteen test kit this is a test where under certain circumstances with a doctor's supervision a test email to a patient the patient can perform self squad and then mail it back to get the results after that time all under the guidance of a licensed physician Hans said the FDA has also approved the manufacture of sixty three other tests Joe Biden has made a prediction about the upcoming presidential election during a fundraiser he said mark my words I think he's going to try to kick back the election somehow come up with some kind of rationale of why it can't be held you're listening to USA radio news now you can live anywhere in the world and paid account prices on your airline right anywhere else you want to go and pay a lot less call the international travel department right now low cost airline eight hundred two one five five one four one eight hundred two one five five one four one that's eight hundred two one five fifty one forty one social media is giving us new ways to gather together Facebook has introduced a new video call system that will allow users and non users alike to take part in a group video chats with up to fifty people the social media company because the new service messenger rooms users can create or join video chat rooms from their smartphones or desktops those who create a room can choose who can see it who can join and can locker room to prevent others from joining Facebook said it's also planning activities to create rooms in Instagram direct what's app and portal so users with the.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"White House Friday at Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in nineteen this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow Hong to answer any more questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just twenty two minutes Mike Crossey of Washington a handful of Texas businesses of re opened in defiance of state guidance in the fight against the corona virus which now allows retailers to offer to go service but leaves other restrictions in place in Dallas Friday a hair salon owner was issued a citation but she refused to close our business I Houston area restaurant open to customers who want to eat inside demarcating available tables by table cloth color Saleh a salons and dine in restaurant service are not yet allowed under series of orders intended to restart the economy thank Texas governor Greg Abbott announced earlier this month the two trillion dollar rescue package includes a ten billion dollar loan for the US postal service but president trump is threatening to withhold president trump seems to have a deep dislike for the postal service for postal service is a joke he tells reporters at the White House he will not approve a ten billion dollar loan unless the service quadrupled or quintupled shipping rates on Amazon and other online retailers he tells treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin they don't don't I'm not signing anything and I'm I'm not authorizing you to do anything there are reports that the trump administration is trying to force the postal service to.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:27 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Friday night's White House virus briefing was brief at Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in 19 this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just 22 minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:27 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Friday night's White House virus briefing was brief at Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in 19 this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just 22 minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Friday night's White House virus briefing was brief at Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in nineteen this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just twenty two minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Friday night's White House virus briefing was brief at Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in nineteen this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just twenty two minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:06 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AP News

"At Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in 19 this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA the package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just 22 minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

FDA warns of heart risks with Trump-promoted malaria drug

"At Friday night's White House coronavirus task force briefing president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in nineteen this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA the package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow harm to answer anymore questions following remarks from vice president Mike pence the president ended the briefing after just twenty two minutes Mike Crossey at Washington

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:58 min | 3 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This Ford yeah I just want to see it I don't because I want to see it that was Dr Steven Hahn we chatted last night making gains on the medical front the latest on the vaccines and the natural bias killer virus killer it's called jot this down S. U. N. sun the present moment sixteen states have released released formal reopening plans states are beginning to make those plans and we're encouraged to see so many states embracing the phased approach but there you go the vice president I'd states opening up and pushing back sixteen states made some going back to work plans and Americans are pushing back around the country against ridiculous restrictions on life and liberty in fact he just handed me something that governor as protest in front of our house but somehow has high approval ratings has decided to alleviate some pressures unnecessary pressures on the people of Michigan allow it to mow their lawn and landscape is to go back to work and get this body grass seed thank you soon rakes joining us now Shannon bream she's going to be on eleven o'clock tonight author of finding the bright side Shannon welcome back grass seed let's not get crazy Brian I don't know can you believe it I don't know why you're so angry boy I lot of friends that you probably do who live in Michigan and I'm getting it your whole from them because I think everybody in the whole show and people are willing to go along with restrictions that they believe are helpful that will protect vulnerable people that will keep their neighbor statement I think we all have good well everybody wants to do that but on the other side of it when people can't understand or there doesn't seem to be a logical reason for what you're doing it's hard for you to keep attractive elected official okay yeah sure let's go further especially in our country when did the free home of the praise and brave and less you want to go outside it was the one who Sunday unless you want to go surfing please please will be the last time a surfer on a wave spread a virus okay I'm out of time no it hasn't happened but in California there were protests in in Connecticut there were protests you mentioned Michigan in protest in Houston police overseas union president slammed the judge who ordered the arrest of citizens not wearing masks that's it in Texas so the cops pushing back against their lawmakers and what I'm to stand by NATO to put you into an opinion situation almost down to the present everybody else's on the governor of Georgia he's just doing things a few days earlier than everybody else he was a state of the economy like all of us are you surprised to governor camp is getting blowback from Republicans I'm now only because I think some of the specific businesses that you talking about it's really hard to stay within the guidelines that everybody sort of well I don't want the agreed to but that the administration the task force but to gather because even in phase one you know it's it's there are limits are still crucial distancing that content so I think when you say can't choose and here on the wheel you have to physically be touching people I don't think it it lines up with the Hey don't worry about keeping six feet away I mean there may be some creative way to do it I haven't seen it yet so I do think people feel like that doesn't belong in phase one could that human to human contact that you know you can't get around that if you're giving someone attack to I get why he's getting pushback but I get the other side to the folks you mentioned out of Houston and we had one of the sheriff on furnishing and his wife he's going to send a letter saying born back and forth some of the stuff that he governor wanted to do so I mean I think they even Montfort's menacing well then I I'd be getting our other thing that I took an oath to uphold honesty constitution depending on what kind of doctor they are the U. S. constitution and I think some of what you guys are cranking out violates that and I'm not gonna have a law enforcement officer involved with something I think it's unconstitutional right I will say this what if they allow tattoos in cosco then what would happen because we're allowed to go to Costco but we're not allowed to but we're not allowed to get a tattoo here's an example if you're giving me a tattoo and I've asked and you said no it but if you're giving me a tad too wearing a mask and gloves and I'm wearing a mask and gloves and I'm not I have a fever you can give me that tend to I'll be okay right especially if you have an N. ninety five mask by the way I mean that's what they had anyway yeah I mean you think about a tattoo parlor the do you have a lot of critical safety protocol in place and what is needed I will tell you there was one time years and years ago that I was looking friendly we thought I don't currently have any tattoos but I thought about it that night and we went in there in Florida and everything is different and we were laughing selections and received a crazy day thought that we might have been drinking and they can turn you away for catch you for that reason in Florida at eighty degree they have all kinds of ways they can turn you away their safety protocols in place if you won't cooperate they can say no we won't do it but it's really state by state so I don't know the rules aren't Georgia by those in the world this country will all be watching very closely I think everybody's cheering for Gordon a wanted to work so everybody else can go back to work and get out of the house can you believe we want to yeah you know I mean you know that there's going to be someone currently the virus at some level when you unleash people go back out and interact with each other I mean like it it's just an inevitability and they seem to have a plan for that if that happens I did a great interview with Dr Steven Hahn the FDA commissioner he pointed out some very positive things when it comes to vaccines you really pressed him cut eighteen we have authorized to to clinical trials for vaccines one is already going and has been for the last month and that's really good news because this virus was only really identified back in January so really lightning speed forgetting this Ford and the president is absolutely right we have worked very closely with the vaccine makers as well as the NIH and the CDC how to develop a plan where we can further escalate and really ramp up the manufacturing this before all the data are known about whether the vaccine is is as effective get in there and they're they're really making progress but nothing yet the day that vaccine comes through it'll be it will be like we all got exonerated by the Miller report it'll be that exciting thank some people didn't find that exciting if your call okay that existing people in the vehicle out there who say I don't you know I don't want to back the next deal will worry about it I'm not gonna lie there's someone in my house to get the flu vaccine every year and is the one who sometimes gets it and get it I think it's gonna be different for people especially if they think I did the ticket back to getting back to normal and in it you know relieving are suffering really neighbors suffering getting economy going you know we'll we'll see I mean do you think that case scenario with at least a year away what I find fascinating is all have to keep coming back in a little thing of all but showing that may be in the top box there are more people infected and recovered and we ever thought possible and maybe that's what hurdle munity which get the point that yes I'm pro herd immunity in this case because of it it's indeed happen in New York we're twenty one percent of the people had it most didn't know it only forty five percent lost their lives to it and that's sad for everybody I get it but it's so low is it worth stopping the whole country now so that's gonna be the big question I now do you still have the dance parties is it a pandemic dance party night until it's over you know what we thought about trying to do them by zero because that's how we do however meeting seeing each other and that's the most fun but we decided that one thirteen it back together because we're all in it you know twenty different places quickly show together so we're going to have a massive post coded party it's going to be at the end pretty creative and maybe you could be our celebrity guest I would like to A. depends how it pays that so that's what really comes down to with me market is on the line and we'll call your people exactly shattered you know great shows every night I watch every morning at three AM and really helped me out so I owe you a favor thank you but everyone else gonna watch eleven o'clock eastern time Janet thank you when we come back we go out to the White House Kevin Hassett the president senior adviser focusing on the economy keep your fingers crossed we're gonna keep bending that curve Brian Kilmeade on.

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

11:11 min | 4 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This week the FDA authorized the first at home corona virus tested I wanna play some of what FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn said about the kit this new test is an at home collection test for diagnostic that is a test that would diagnose the presence of the cove in nineteen by the virus and this is a test where which gonna focus lab core this company has developed this is going to focus first on front line health care workers and first responders those with symptoms can go online and fill out a questionnaire the questionnaire will be reviewed by a health care professional licensed physician and if appropriate and consistent with the CDC guidelines the package will be sent overnight with a swab and a two well David how significant could this at home has to be I think it can be highly significant I I think it it demonstrates tremendous progress cooperation and and commitment by the FDA to move forward with this now this is a collection kit it is not an actual test that one will receive the results at home but for those who are having certain symptoms they as he as Dr Hans said they can go online and fill out the questionnaire the challenge will be how well they are in it taking in obtaining a sample and all goes over and send it to the lab at all but in many instances it'll provide information that we otherwise would not have to be helpful to the patient unfortunately there will be many instances also on which the sample collection is done earlier in adequately and that information will will be useless now so that's the challenge will count but I think what's most important is that this demonstrates that the FDA is willing to think outside of the box during this emergency declaration period now and work with private industry and others to make sure we've got better tools available to understand the progress of this disease give us some context here David said these home tests have not yet been approved by the FDA they've only been authorized from what I understand what exactly does that me well there is a difference in approval requires a rigorous process in which someone would develop a particular can't go through various clinical trials are have their manufacturing reviewed all the elements of it and then re and then submit for licensure to the FDA however when there is a an emergency or medical crisis the FDA has the ability to partner with private industry and others and declare under the under the declaration of the of the a public health emergency to be able to all the rise use of particular be it test it could be therapeutics or could even be faxing pathways that's what we're seeing in the fall of faxing right now so we do have it it's a legal definition but it allows a more expedited process to deliver something for for use towards public health improvement and protection speaking of vaccines David your company GeoVax is working on a vaccine for covert nineteen what can you tell us about your work and where you are in that process yes G. of actual we're a small company first of all so we're highly dependent and appreciative of the funding and support we received over the years from the federal government and all but that's that's from where are our largest lover of rate limiting relates to our capital structure and all however we've developed already three vaccines for go well with nineteen they're ready to move into testing now they'll be shipped to animal testing facilities within the next week to week and a half and then going beyond that we hope to have received the support so that we can advance further and do some steps in parallel so that perhaps by year end at the latest by early next year that we have products going into human testing and all we put together an accelerated pathway which submitted that health and Human Services R. Barnett BA RBA biomedical research development authority and all and like many other such companies all were waiting to be able to move forward but we do have free vaccines ready to go forward and then move into active testing is very quickly it's so you know there is so much interest in this time frame realistically I mean you just outlined what you're looking at as a company but how long does it typically take to create a vaccine that is ready to go and to be distributed for widespread use without compromising its safety and effectiveness you you you make a excellent point about but not compromising the safety especially not typically a vaccine if you were to ask top someone in the industry on the streets or along to take let's say ten to fifteen years and that's a pretty good pretty good estimate now the fastest we got in here years we're talking about the fastest we've seen back saying that has gone and been development and approved by the FDA was the recent approval of Merck's Ebola vaccine that took five years from twenty fourteen to December of twenty nineteen and that's the fastest we've ever seen are we and other companies have laid out plans however we do have changed the password instead of doing the sequential development pathways that were used to do and have been doing we're looking at their own peril staff with certain entities we also are looking at certain risk versus proudly a balanced risk type of specimens we we can't wait and go through the full animal challenge humanized animal models that we traditionally done because those models don't currently exist so we're looking at doing those on a bridge manner that we closely monitor and move those for now so we're we're balancing the risks were moving forward and I think most companies have laid out some more plans to try and have something available within eighteen to twenty four months that would break all previous records and all and then at the same time to put into place certain manufacturing processes and plans and operations so that we're not waiting on anything and at the time were were ready to move forward to know we've got a product that they can be distributed to particular populations let's be able to have the production going and not have to wait and traditionally we've had the white that's how I think we an enlarger is everyone's working on it very somewhere pathway and you'll keep hearing the eighteen eighteen to twenty four months but I think that's what we've all been challenged and requested to do again for us it it's dependent on the funding that we've submitted to the federal government now a with receiving that we can we can accelerate and move much faster than we currently doing because currently we're doing it all on our own on our own or own balance sheet and we're a small company so we have to be very cautious on how we perceive there's so much interest in this David dot thanks very much for sharing your insight with us thank you for your interest in good questions thank an Ohio prison is the site of one of the largest corona virus outbreaks in the US almost two thousand inmates have tested positive at the Marion correctional institution the virus is also causing issues in other penitentiaries as well here's a more Villafranca the super crowded this video appears to show Alabama inmates describing how easily the corona virus could spread in the state's jail system we hello for one shot appears to show clothes sleeping quarters I am almost a hundred percent certain that you can make it home because of his health Kylie hearing is terrified for her twenty seven year old fiance Dillon James Hendricks Hendrix is in an Alabama work release program serving time for stolen property and drug related charges he's up for parole in June herring worries if Hendricks who has severe asthma gets cold at nineteen it will kill him she wants him released early we've been playing a leading world I don't want you know what you're talking about that's what I'm here in legally speaking is this a civil rights issue this is absolutely a civil rights issue civil rights attorney Lee Merritt says with the virus spreading in jails some nonviolent offenders should be released there is going to be a time of reckoning when this disease begins to spread among people who have filled social distance and that is going to be in prison system Rebekah Fisher is an epidemiologist at Texas a and M. university she explains why social distancing in jail or prison is nearly impossible there are a lot of opportunities for contact direct contact with sick individuals an indirect contact through objects and surfaces the virus has exploded at the cook county jail in Chicago if there is any symptoms being shown by an individual we would take that individual other cook county sheriff Tom dart oversees the jail where at least six inmates had died and nearly four hundred people and tested positive despite stepped up cleaning efforts closing their doors dark says is not an option Sir we can't call the Chicago police department say listen those people you picked up for murder last night was real murders yeah just keep them locked up in your office yeah I can come to our desk you can't do that at last check thirty four people tested positive for covert nineteen in the Dallas County jail including at least twelve jail workers essential employees people come to work every day and then go home to their families a lawsuit has been filed against the Dallas County sheriff asking for the release of certain vulnerable inmates Omar Villafranca CBS news Dallas we are going to take a quick break when we return we'll take a look at the hard hit travel industry and what the future may hold for it plus the governor of Georgia is planning to reopen parts of the state's economy in the coming days but that has some city leaders worried talk to a reporter from the Atlanta journal constitution about what's going on in the peach state your streaming CVS sent CBS 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FDA Dr Steven Hahn commissioner
"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

11:57 min | 4 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This week the FDA authorized the first at home corona virus tested I wanna play some of what FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn said about the kit this new test isn't at home collection test for diagnostic that is a test that would diagnose the presence of the cove in nineteen by the virus and this is a test where which gonna focus lab core this company has developed this is going to focus first on frontline health care workers and first responders those with symptoms can go online and fill out a questionnaire the questionnaire will be reviewed by a health care professional a licensed physician and if appropriate and consistent with the CDC guidelines the package will be sent overnight with a swab and a two well David how significant could this at home has to be I think it can be highly significant I I think it it demonstrates tremendous progress cooperation and and commitment by the FDA to move forward with this now this is a collection kit it is not an actual test that one will receive the results at home but for those who are having certain symptoms they as he as Dr Hans said they can go online and fill out the questionnaire the challenge will be how well they are in it taking in obtaining a sample and all goes over and send it to the lab at all but in many instances it'll provide information that we otherwise would not have to be helpful to the patient unfortunately there will be many instances also on which the sample collection is done earlier in adequately and that information will will be useless now so that's the challenge will count but I think what's most important is that this demonstrates that the FDA is willing to think outside of the box during this emergency declaration period now and work with private industry and others to make sure we've got better tools available to understand the progress of this disease give us some context here David said these home tests have not yet been approved by the FDA they've only been authorized from what I understand what exactly does that me well there is a difference in approval requires a rigorous process in which someone would develop a particular kids go through various clinical trials are have their manufacturing reviewed all the elements of it and then re and then submit for licensure to the FDA however when there is a an emergency or medical crisis the FDA has the ability to partner with private industry and others and declare under the under the declaration of the of the a public health emergency to be able to all the rise use of particular be it test it could be therapeutics or could even be faxing pathways that's what we're seeing in the development of vaccines right now so we do have it it's a legal definition but it allows a more expedited process to deliver something for for use towards public health improvement and protection speaking of vaccines David your company GeoVax he's working on a vaccine for covert nineteen what can you tell us about your work and where you are in that process yes G. of actual we're a small company first of all so we're highly dependent and appreciative of the funding and support we've received over the years from the federal government and all but that that's from where are our largest lover of rate limiting relates to our capital structure and all however we've developed already three vaccines for go pro with nineteen they're ready to move into testing now they'll be shipped to animal testing facilities within the next week to week and a half and then going beyond that we hope to have received the support so that we can advance further and do some steps in parallel so that perhaps by year end at the latest by early next year that we have products going into human testing and all we put together an accelerated pathway which submitted that health and Human Services R. Barnett BA RBA biomedical research development authority and all and like many other such companies all were waiting to be able to move forward but we do have three factions ready to go forward and then move into active testing is very quickly it's so you know there is so much interest in this time frame realistically I mean you just outlined what you're looking at as a company but how long does it typically take to create a vaccine that is ready to go and to be distributed for widespread use without compromising its safety and effectiveness you you you make a excellent point about but not compromising the safety especially not typically a vaccine if you were to ask stop someone in the industry on the streets how long's it take let's say ten to fifteen years and that's a pretty good pretty good estimate now the fast as we got in here years we're talking about the fastest we've seen back saying that has gone and been development and approved by the FDA was the recent approval of Merck's Ebola vaccine that took five years from twenty fourteen to December of twenty nineteen and that's the fastest we've ever seen are we and other companies have laid out plans however we can change the password instead of doing the sequential development pathways that we used to do and have been doing we're looking at the run parallel staff with certain entities we also are looking at certain risk versus Browning a balanced risk type of specimens we we can't wait and go through the full animal challenge humanized animal models that we traditionally done because those models don't currently exist so we're looking at doing those on a bridge manner that we closely monitor and move those for now so we're we're balancing the risks were moving forward and I think most companies have laid out some more plans to try and have something available within eighteen to twenty four months that would break all previous records and all and then at the same time to put into place certain manufacturing processes and plans and operations so that we're not waiting on anything and at the time were were ready to move forward to know we've got a product that they can be distributed to particular populations let's be able to have the production going and not have to wait in traditionally we've had the white that's how I think we an enlarger is everyone's working on it very similar pathway and you'll keep hearing the eighteen eighteen to twenty four months but I think that's what we've all been challenged and requested to do again for us it it's dependent on the funding that we've submitted to the federal government now a with receiving that weekend we can accelerate and move much faster than we currently doing because currently we're doing it all on our own on our own or own balance sheet and we're a small company so we have to be very cautious on how we perceive there's so much interest in this David dot thanks very much for sharing your insight with us thank you for your interest in good questions thank an Ohio prison is the site of one of the largest corona virus outbreaks in the US almost two thousand inmates have tested positive at the Marion correctional institution the virus is also causing issues in other penitentiaries as well here's a more Villafranca the super crowded this video appears to show Alabama inmates describing how easily the corona virus could spread in the state's jail system we for one shot appears to show clothes sleeping quarters I am almost a hundred percent certain that he's not gonna make it home because of his health Kylie hearing is terrified for her twenty seven year old fiance Dillon James Hendricks Hendrix is in an Alabama work release program serving time for stolen property and drug related charges he's up for parole in June herring worries if Hendricks who has severe asthma gets cold at nineteen it will kill him she wants him released early we've been playing a leading role I don't want you know what you're talking about that's what I'm sure is going to happen legally speaking is this a civil rights issue this is absolutely civil rights issue civil rights attorney Lee Merritt says with the virus spreading in jails some nonviolent offenders should be released there's going to be a time of reckoning when this disease begins to spread among people who have filled social distance and that is going to be a prison system Rebekah Fisher is an epidemiologist at Texas a and M. university she explains why social distancing in jail or prison is nearly impossible there are a lot of opportunities for contact direct contact with sick individuals an indirect contact through objects and surfaces the virus has exploded at the cook county jail in Chicago if there is any symptoms being shown by an individual we would take that individual other cook county sheriff Tom dart oversees the jail where at least six inmates had died and nearly four hundred people have tested positive despite stepped up cleaning efforts closing their doors dart says is not an option Sir we can't call the Chicago police department say listen those people you picked up for murder last night was real murders yeah just keep them locked up in your office to have him come to our desk you can't do that at last check thirty four people tested positive for covert nineteen in the Dallas County jail including at least twelve jail workers essential employees people come to work every day and then go home to their families a lawsuit has been filed against the Dallas County sheriff's asking for the release of certain vulnerable inmates Omar Villafranca CBS news Dallas we are going to take a quick break when we return we'll take a look at the hard hit travel industry and what the future may hold for it plus the governor of Georgia is planning to reopen parts of the state's economy in the coming days but that has some city leaders worry we'll talk to a reporter from the Atlanta journal constitution about what's going on in the peach state your streaming 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FDA Dr Steven Hahn commissioner
"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

07:31 min | 4 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This week the FDA authorized the first at home corona virus tested I wanna play some of what FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn said about the kit this new test is an at home collection test for diagnostic that is a test that would diagnose the presence of the cove in nineteen by the virus and this is a test where which gonna focus lab core this company has developed this is going to focus first on frontline health care workers and first responders those with symptoms can go online and fill out a questionnaire the questionnaire will be reviewed by a health care professional licensed physician and if appropriate and consistent with the CDC guidelines the package will be sent overnight with a swab and a two well David how significant could this at home tests to be I think it can be highly significant I I think it it demonstrates tremendous progress cooperation and and commitment by the FDA to move forward with this now this is a collection kit it is not an actual test that one will receive the results at home but for those who are having certain symptoms they as he as Dr Hans said they can go online and fill out the questionnaire the challenge will be how well they are in it taking in obtaining a sample and all goes over and send it to the lab at all but in many instances it'll provide information that we otherwise would not have to be helpful to the patient unfortunately there will be many instances also on which the sample collection is done earlier in adequately and that information will will be useless now so that's the challenge will count but I think what's most important is that this demonstrates that the FDA is willing to think outside of the box during this emergency declaration period now and work with private industry and others to make sure we've got better tools available to understand the progress of this disease I give us some context here David said these home tests have not yet been approved by the FDA they've only been authorized from what I understand what exactly does that mean well there is a difference in approval requires a rigorous process in which someone would develop a particular can't go through various clinical trials have their manufacturing reviewed all the elements of it and then re and then submit for licensure to the FDA however when there is a an emergency or medical crisis the FDA has the ability to partner with private industry and others and declare under the under the declaration of the of the a public health emergency to be able to all the rise use of particular be it test it could be therapeutics or could even be faxing pathways that's what we're seeing in the development of vaccines right now so we do have it it's a legal definition but it allows a more expedited process to deliver something for for use towards public health improvement and protection speaking of vaccines David your company GeoVax is working on a vaccine for covert nineteen what can you tell us about your work and where you are in that process yes G. of actual we're a small company first of all so we're highly dependent and appreciative of the funding and support we've received over the years from the federal government and all but that that's from where are our largest lover of rate limiting relates to our capital structure and all however we've developed already three vaccines for go well with nineteen they're ready to move into testing now they'll be shipped to animal testing facilities within the next week to week and a half and then going beyond that we hope to have received the support so that we can advance further and do some steps in parallel so that perhaps by year end at the latest by early next year that we have products going into human testing and all are we put together an accelerated pathway which submitted that and health and Human Services R. Barnett BA RBA biomedical research development authority and all and like many other such companies all were waiting to be able to move forward but we do have free vaccines ready to go forward and the movement of active testing is very quickly it's so you know there is so much interest in this time frame realistically I mean you just outlined what you're looking at as a company but how long does it typically take to create a vaccine that is ready to go and to be distributed for widespread use without compromising its safety and effectiveness you you you make a excellent point about love but not compromising the safety especially not typically a vaccine if you were asked not someone in the industry on the streets and along to take let's say ten to fifteen years and that's a pretty good pretty good estimate now the fastest we got in here years we're talking about the fastest we've seen back saying that has gone and been development and approved by the FDA was the recent approval of Merck's Ebola vaccine that took five years from twenty fourteen to December of twenty nineteen and that's the fastest we've ever seen are we and other companies have laid out plans however we can change the password instead of doing the sequential development pathways that were used to do and have been doing we're looking at the run parallel staff with certain entities we also are looking at certain risk versus Browning a balanced risk type of specimens we we can't wait and go through the full animal challenge humanized animal models that we traditionally done because those models don't currently exist so we're looking at doing those on a bridge manner that we closely monitor and move those for now so we're we're balancing the risks were moving forward and I think most companies have laid out some more plans to try and have something available within eighteen to twenty four months that would break all previous records and all and then at the same time to put into place certain manufacturing processes and plans and operations so that we're not waiting on anything and at the time were were ready to move forward to know we've got a product that they can be distributed to particular populations let's be able to have the production going and not have to wait and traditionally we've had to wait that's how I think we an enlarge is everyone's working on it very similar pathway and you'll keep hearing the eighteen eighteen to twenty four months but I think that's what we've all been challenged and requested to do again for us it it's dependent on the funding that we've submitted to the federal government now a with receiving that weekend we can accelerate and move much faster than we currently doing because currently we're doing it all on our own on our own or own balance sheet and we're a small company so we have to be very cautious on how we perceive there's so much interest in this David dot thanks very much for sharing your insight with us thank you for your interest in good questions thank an Ohio prison is the site of one of the largest corona virus outbreaks in the US almost two thousand inmates have tested positive at the Marion correctional institution the virus is also causing issues and other penitentiaries as well here's a more Villafranca the super.

FDA Dr Steven Hahn commissioner
"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

10:23 min | 4 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This week the FDA authorized the first at home corona virus tested I wanna play some of what FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn said about the kit this new test is an at home collection test for diagnostic that is a test that would diagnose the presence of the cove in nineteen by the virus and this is a test where it's gonna focus lab core this company has developed this is going to focus first on frontline health care workers and first responders those with symptoms can go online and fill out a questionnaire the questionnaire will be reviewed by a health care professional a licensed physician and if appropriate and consistent with the CDC guidelines the package will be sent overnight with a swab and a two well David how significant could this at home has to be I think it can be highly significant I I I think it it demonstrates tremendous progress cooperation and and commitment by the FDA to move forward with this now this is a collection kit it is not an actual chance that one will receive the results at home but for those who are having certain symptoms A. as he as Dr Hans said they can go online and fill out the questionnaire the challenge will be how well they are in it taking in obtaining a sample and all goes over and send it to the lab at all but in many instances it'll provide information that we otherwise would not have to be helpful to the patient unfortunately there will be many instances also on which the sample collection is done earlier in adequately and that information will will be useless now so that's the challenge will count but I think what's most important is that this demonstrates that the FDA is willing to think outside of the box during this emergency declaration period now and work with private industry and others to make sure we've got better tools available to understand the progress of this disease give us some context here David said these home tests have not yet been approved by the FDA they've only been authorized from what I understand what exactly does that mean well there is a difference in approval requires a rigorous process in which someone would develop a particular kids go through various clinical trials are have their manufacturing reviewed all the elements of it and then re and then submit for licensure to the FDA however when there's an emergency or medical crisis the FDA has the ability to partner with private industry and others and declare under the under the declaration of the of the a public health emergency to be able to all the rise use of particular be it test it could be therapeutics or could even be faxing pathways that's what we're seeing in the development of vaccines right now so we do have it it's a legal definition but it allows a more expedited process to deliver something for for use towards public health improvement and protection speaking of vaccines David your company GeoVax is working on a vaccine for covert nineteen what can you tell us about your work and where you are in that process yes G. of actual we're a small company first of all so we're highly dependent and appreciative of the funding and support we've received over the years from the federal government and all but that that's from where are our largest lover of rate limiting relates to our capital structure and all however we've developed already three vaccines for go pro at nineteen they're ready to move into testing now they'll be shipped to animal testing facilities within the next week to week and a half and then going beyond that we hope to have received the support so that we can advance further and do some steps in parallel so that perhaps by year end at the latest by early next year that we have products going into human testing and all are we put together an accelerated pathway which submitted that health and Human Services R. Barnett BA RBA biomedical research development authority and all and like many other such companies all were waiting to be able to move forward but we do have three factions ready to go forward and to move into active testing is very quickly it's so you know there is so much interest in this time frame realistically I mean you just outlined what you're looking at as a company but how long does it typically take to create a vaccine that is ready to go and to be distributed for widespread use without compromising its safety and effectiveness you you you make a excellent point about love but not compromising the safety especially in all typically a vaccine if you were to ask top someone in the industry on the streets how long's it take let's say ten to fifteen years and that's a pretty good pretty good estimate now the fastest we got in here years we're talking about the fastest we've seen back saying that has gone and been development and approved by the FDA was the recent approval of Merck's Ebola vaccine that took five years from twenty fourteen to December of twenty nineteen and that's the fastest we've ever seen are we and other companies have laid out plans however we can change the pathway instead of doing the sequential development pathways that we used to do and have been doing we're looking at the run parallel staff with certain entities we also are looking at certain risk versus Browning a balanced risk type of specimens we we can't wait and go through the full animal challenge humanized animal models that we traditionally done because those models don't currently exist so we're looking at doing those on a bridge manner that we closely monitor and move those forward now so we're we're balancing the risks were moving forward and I think most companies have laid out some more plans to try and have something available within eighteen to twenty four months that would break all previous records and all and then at the same time to put into place certain manufacturing processes and plans and operations so that we're not waiting on anything and at the time were were ready to move forward to know we've got a product that they can be distributed to particular populations let's be able to have the production going and not have to wait and traditionally we've had the white that's how I think we an enlarger is everyone's working on it very similar pathway and you'll keep hearing the eighteen eighteen to twenty four months good I think that's what we've all been challenged and requested to do again for us it it's dependent on the funding that we've submitted to the federal government now a with receiving that weekend we can accelerate and move much faster than we currently doing because currently we're doing it all on our own on our own or own balance sheet and we're a small company so we have to be very cautious on how we perceive there's so much interest in this David dot thanks very much for sharing your insight with us thank you for your interest in good questions thank an Ohio prison is the site of one of the largest corona virus outbreaks in the US almost two thousand inmates have tested positive at the Marion correctional institution the virus is also causing issues in other penitentiaries as well here's a more Villafranca the super crowded this video appears to show Alabama inmates describing how easily the corona virus could spread in the state's jail system we hello for one shot appears to show close sleeping quarters I am almost a hundred percent certain that you can make it home because of his health Kylie hearing is terrified for her twenty seven year old fiance Dillon James Hendricks Hendrix is in an Alabama work release program serving time for stolen property and drug related charges he's up for parole in June herring worries if Hendricks who has severe asthma gets cold at nineteen it will kill him she wants him released early we've been playing a leading role I don't want you know what you're talking about that's what I'm sure is going to happen legally speaking is this a civil rights issue this is absolutely a civil rights issue civil rights attorney Lee Merritt says with the virus spreading in jails some nonviolent offenders should be released there's going to be a time of reckoning when this disease begins to spread among people who have built a socially this N. that is going to be a prison system Rebecca Fisher is an epidemiologist at Texas a and M. university she explains why social distancing in jail or prison is nearly impossible there are a lot of opportunities for contact direct contact with sick individuals an indirect contact through objects and surfaces the virus has exploded at the cook county jail in Chicago if there is any symptoms being shown by an individual we would take that individual other cook county sheriff Tom dart oversees the jail where at least six inmates have died and nearly four hundred people and tested positive despite stepped up cleaning efforts closing their doors dart says is not an option I certainly can't call the Chicago police department say listen those people you picked up for murder last night was real murders yeah just keep them locked up in your office yeah I can come to our desk you can't do that at last check thirty four people tested positive for covert nineteen in the Dallas S. county jail including at least twelve jail workers essential employees people come to work every day and then go home to their families a lawsuit has been filed against the Dallas County sheriff's asking for the release of certain vulnerable inmates Omar Villafranca CBS news Dallas we are going to take a quick break when we return we'll take a look at the hard hit travel industry and what the future may hold for it plus the governor of Georgia is planning to reopen parts of the state's economy in the coming days but that has some city leaders worry talk to a reporter from the.

FDA Dr Steven Hahn commissioner
"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"New York also during the briefing Dr Deborah Berks is speaking on how areas hit hard by the corona virus can actually decrease the number of cases and deaths by staying consistent with social distancing efforts we're hoping and believing that if people mitigate strongly the work that they did over the last two weeks full blunt that cursed and they won't have the same upward slope and peak that New York New Jersey Connecticut and part of Rhode Island or having meanwhile the race to find a corona virus vaccine continues FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn joined fox's waters world with Jesse waters to give an update on the process it will take probably months for that child to be finished for us to get that information and I know that sounds like a long time to people who are ill with this but it's so important that we get the right answer and that we make our decisions based upon sound science and data and new tonight the Massachusetts department of correction has temporarily suspended family and friend visits at all sixteen of its facilities statewide in an effort to prevent the spread of covert nineteen at its facilities visits from attorneys however will still be permitted coming up after the break how could nineteen is affecting the primaries America is listening to fox news the nation's Dr I often get asked what should I do if I think I might have corona people who are sick should stay home you don't go to the emergency room you don't go to a clinic get on the phone and you ask for advice and instructions from your physician we don't want you to go into the ER or the doctor's office without talking to them first because you might.

New York Dr Deborah Berks Connecticut Rhode Island commissioner Dr Steven Hahn fox Jesse waters America FDA Massachusetts
Trump: 'Going to be a lot of death' in U.S. next week from coronavirus

Glenn Beck

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Trump: 'Going to be a lot of death' in U.S. next week from coronavirus

"The grimmest of predictions from president trump at the way this coronavirus task force briefing this would be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less death death and if this wasn't done but they will be death over three hundred thousand cases of covert nineteen throughout the U. S. with eighty four hundred confirmed deaths FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn says finding the right drug to treat covert nineteen won't be quick it will take probably months for that child to be finished for us to get that information and I know that sounds like a long time to people who are ill with this but it's so important that we get the right answer and that we make our decisions based upon sound science and data doctor hall joined fox's waters world with Jesse

Dr Steven Hahn FOX Jesse President Trump FDA Commissioner
Federal government looks to malaria drug as possible coronavirus treatment

Brian Kilmeade

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Federal government looks to malaria drug as possible coronavirus treatment

"Dr Steven Hahn director of the food and drug administration mentioning an old drug that may have a new used to treat coronavirus chloroquine which is an anti malarial drugs it's already approved for the treatment of malaria as well as an arthritis condition that's a drug that the president has directed us to take a closer look at president trump getting on board with the idea of medicines that have been through extensive testing revealing drugs that are approved abroad or drugs approved here for other uses and there are some drugs that might help treat covert nineteen which are close to being approved for other

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Trump Asks F.D.A. to Study Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

America in the Morning

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Trump Asks F.D.A. to Study Malaria Drugs for Coronavirus

"The rush is on to find a medicines to safely treat covert nineteen symptoms at twenty to tell Bob Costantini explains Dr Steven Hahn director of the food and drug administration mentioning an old drug that may have a new used to treat corona virus for queen which is an anti malarial drugs it's already approved for the treatment of malaria as well as an arthritis condition that's a drug that the president has directed us to take a closer look at president trump getting on board with the idea of medicines that have been through extensive testing revealing drugs that are approved abroad or drugs approved here for other uses and there are some drugs that might help treat covert nineteen which are close to being approved for other medical uses the president reluctant to use the defense production act to push industries into making needed equipment his finger on the trigger but not pulling it yet well we were desperately in need of something and we frankly will know about that very shortly we want to be ahead of we want to do it as it happens but before it happens we're gonna know a lot over the next two or

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"dr steven hahn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:01 min | 6 months ago

"dr steven hahn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But on about coffee dot com does military family probably I will be recommending the Peten Southall in military why different places let me go back over what I was telling you last segment about entering Todd dot com go tell your story about the underlying economy I look around I know there's a sell off in the market I know people got panic on Monday and Tuesday and yesterday was better and they might have another sell off today but I think it'll rebound by the end they had a price and a bad quarter maybe two bad quarters because the supply chain disruption coronavirus is not the bionic plague I didn't think until this week we were doing an adequate job job communicating but we started doing an adequate job of communicating and I'm very optimistic here is Alex Hayes are at the White House yesterday giving the aids as secretary of health and Human Services who along with Donald trump and Mike pence are just out there like Peter Navarro on the show yesterday communicating this is why the markets are going to be fine because we now figure out the best thing to do is just communicate here's the secretary of HHS cut number four this is eight the HHS briefing on the China girl China corona virus and we aim to do two things today provide the American public with an update on the risk presented by the virus and provide the latest update on the actions that president trump's actions administration is taking to respond to the outbreak and keep Americans safe I'm joined today by Dr and shook it the principal deputy director of the centers for disease control and prevention in Atlanta Dr Toni found G. of the National Institute of allergy and infectious disease Dr Robert Kadlec HHS's Assistant Secretary for preparedness and response and Dr Steven Hahn the commissioner of food and drugs as of this morning we still have only fourteen cases of the China corona virus detected here in the United States involving travel to China for close contacts with those travelers we have three cases among Americans repatriated from Wuhan and we have forty cases among American passengers repatriated from the diamond princess in Japan I want to thank the responders in communities that have worked with HHS and the administration to provide these Americans with the treatment they need I'm also grateful to the governors and other state and local leaders to work with us in close partnership so far the immediate risk to the general American public remains low but as we have warned that has the potential to change quickly there is now community transmission in a number of countries including outside of Asia that's deeply concerning and community spread in other countries will make successful containment or borders harder and harder that's what we've already been working closely with state local and private sector partners to prepare for mitigating the viruses potential spread in the United States because we will likely see more cases here as we have said throughout this episode doctor shook it will provide some more details on what that will look like including how we would treat potential cases that arise from community transmission here in the United States this preparation has been possible in part because of how aggressively president trump has responded to this outbreak as soon as we knew of the threat presented by this novel virus public health leaders were monitoring it and beginning to prepare the travel restrictions that the president put in place at the beginning of this month have given our country valuable time to continue to prepare and that is precisely what those measures were designed to do that includes working with Congress yesterday the White House sent a request to Congress to make at.