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Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge
"Here's Marcie Williams and John Take Above of Rising Covert cases have the head of the Atlanta based CDC worried about impending doom. DOUBLE DSPs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Recent trends suggest there may be another surge of the U. S death toll now tops 550,000 and President Biden says it appears people are letting down. Their guard is not the time to celebrate Spring. Coming next week in Georgia. More than a million passengers have been screened US airports for 17 straight days, infectious disease expert Dr William Shafter says With more people out and about it's critical to increase vaccinations. More likely it is that we can blunt any surge that's already starting up. The president says 90% of all Americans will be
A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday february night twenty. Three million americans have already rolled up their sleeves to receive at least the initial dose of either the pfizer vaccine or the moderna vaccine designed to prevent covid nineteen. Well now a third vaccine is on track to enter the us market. Johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine just wrapped up a long-awaited trial and hopes to clear. Fda authorization by the middle of this month. The lure of johnson and johnson's vaccine is that unlike modera advisor it can be delivered in one shot that make distribution simpler with no need to follow up with a second dose. It's also relatively inexpensive compared to the others and while moderna advisors vaccines have to be stored at just the right temperature. Well below freezing. Johnson and johnson's doesn't have those stringent requirements for storage. It can stay viable in just a refrigerator for around three months. That means the vaccine will play a big role globally because it's easier to distribute to low and middle income countries. According to the new york times but the results of johnson and johnson's trial were a bit disappointing. At least at first glance trial results indicated that it was seventy two percent effective at preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covid in the us. That number is sufficiently lower than modern and pfizer's overall efficiency rates of around ninety four percent and johnson and johnson's rate drops to sixty six percent in latin american countries and to fifty seven percent in south africa which is dealing with a variant strain of the virus. But don't let those lower numbers food you scientists and immunologists say that johnson and johnson's vaccine is still extremely effective and researchers have warned that you shouldn't compare the effectiveness of the three vaccines because they were all developed and tested at different periods of kovic evolution. Dr william shafter an infectious disease expert at vanderbilt told the new york times that pfizer and moderna had an advantage because those companies did their clinical trials before the variant strains emerged. He said quote. Johnson and johnson was testing. Its vaccine not only against the standard strain but they had the variants now in a perfect world. Consumers might get a choice of which of these vaccines they'd like to receive but that would only be possible if there were enough doses of all three and right now. That's just not the case in early january. The new york times reported that the us only had one hundred eighty five million doses of pfizer and moderna vaccines to cover americans through june and at the same time doses that were produced quickly now risk expiring before they can get into the arms of those who need them. Johnson and johnson says that if they're vaccine is approved they can produce around one hundred million doses of their
"dr william shafter" Discussed on WTOP
"To have a country that is strong, you need to have an economy and President Trump is right on that. Melissa how w. Two opinions and coming up in about 10? Minutes here on w T o P will hear from W T. OBY scan Duffy, who is following some of the rally members downtown today, 9 22, now in Washington, much like the entire country. Our region continues to see a surgeon coronavirus cases. In fact, Maryland today reports the largest number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began more than 2300 cases. It also reports 20 deaths. Meanwhile, Virginia reports over 1500 cases today and 14 deaths, DZ reported nearly 150 new cases today and one death across the country Corona virus Infections are also surging. And there's no sign it will slow down any time soon. The nation hit a record number of hospitalizations this week and surpassed a million new confirmed cases and just the 1st 10 days of November and here in the capital region. We are seeing case counts peak in both Maryland and Virginia. Dr William Shafter, an infectious disease specialist. Said. The Vanderbilt Medical Center tells w. T o p that the surge was expected, but not quite like this. We didn't think it would come quite this early, and the steep increase is really ominous. Hospitals are filling up again and give it another week or two, and I'm afraid to death rate will go up. Dr. Schaffner says the U. S needs a new covert response plan that would take decision making away from governors and instead rely on a national strategy similar to the approach and many other countries. Japan South Korea, Australia, New Zealand China Blue Blucher W. T O P. News, the Federal Trade Commission recently said 20 warning letters to companies selling bogus coronavirus cures letters or in addition of a pile of hundreds that the FTC has sent to companies. Almost since the moment of pandemic began. The company's falsely claimed that their products can prevent treat or cure covert 19. The letters seemed to work almost all of the companies that have received them of either stop making the claims or stop selling the scam product or treatment. The FTC says. If there's a medical breakthrough, you're not going to hear about it for the first time in an ad or sales pitch, Christopher Cruz w T o P News 9 24. We'll check money news next Way make Yusa insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest, Do it yourself Project. So one another car accidentally bumped into hers. While she was running an errand. Kate didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on our Yusa mobile app. She filed her claim and with back on track us a insurance has made the way.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on WTOP
"Everything drive by six or dry Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Just Wendy I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Rickets. It's 61 degrees in Annandale, 59 in college Park and 54 in all day at 1 11. Less Saturday. Former vice President Joe Biden was projected to be the winner of the 2020 presidential election this Saturday. Supporters of President Trump who like him do not agree with an election outcome are gathered in the nation's capital. There doesn't seem to be consensus on the exact name of the protest, with some groups marching under the banner of Million Mega March the march for Trump and Stop the Steel D. C. Some of these have been tied to white supremacy and neo Nazi groups through Social Media. D. C. Police chief Peter Newsom has said The district's aim is to keep clashes between pro Trump protesters and counter protesters to a minimum group is marching from Freedom Plaza to the Supreme Court. As things began to take shape this morning, President Trump himself greeted supporters as his motorcade made its way to his Loudon County golf Course. The president this week has referred to today's gatherings, which far right influencers and media personalities have promoted all week. Is heartwarming. Much like the entire country are reaching continues to see a surgeon coronavirus cases. In fact, Maryland today reports the largest number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began more than 2300 cases that also reports 20 deaths. Meanwhile, Virginia reported over 1500 cases today and 14 deaths, DC reported nearly 150 new cases and one new death. Corona virus Infections are surging in the U. S. And there's no signs that surge is slowing down. The nation hit a record number of hospitalizations this week and surpassed a million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November and here in the capital region. We are seeing case counts peak in both Maryland and Virginia. Dr. William Shafter, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, tells w. T o p that the surge was expected, but not quite like this. We didn't think it would come quite this early. And the steep increase is really ominous. Hospitals are filling up again and give it another week or two and I'm afraid to death rate will go up. Dr. Schaffner says the U. S needs a new covert response plan that would take decision making away from governors and instead rely on a national strategy similar to the approach and many other countries. Japan, South Korea Australia New Zealand China Blue Blucher W T. O P NEWS FTC recently sent 20 warning letters to companies selling Bogus coronavirus cures. The letters are in addition of a pile of hundreds that the FTC has sent to companies almost since the moment of pandemic began. The company's falsely claimed that their products can prevent treat or cure covert 19. The letters seemed to work almost all of the companies that have received them of either stop making the claims or stop selling the scam product or treatment, The FTC says. If there's a medical breakthrough, you're not going to hear about it for the first time in an ad or sales pitch, Christopher Cruz w T. O p You just ahead and update on the master's tournament. It's 1 14. Thanks.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Election related is, Of course, this giant spike that we're seeing in covert all the way across the country of record hospitalizations across the country, No hospitalizations. It's one thing to say that our testing was insufficient in March and April, And so we're underestimating how many cases that were hospitalizations were accurately counting, according to The Associated Press. You have had a record number of coronavirus hospitalizations on Tuesday when surpassed one million new confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November amid a nationwide search of infections that shows no sign of slowing. The NuWave appears bigger and more widespread than the searches that happened in the spring and summer and threatens to be worse. Experts say that we're in a better place, obviously, because we have improved medical tools just kind of baseline. Hospitalization is not a not a referendum that you're going to die. I used to be that if you ended up in the hospital, you are pretty much toast in March and April. That is no longer the case. The rates of death in hospitals all across the world have dropped precipitously is now about 1/5 of what it was back in March and April. Newly confirmed infections in the United States were running at all time highs well over 100,000 per day, pushing the total to more than 10 million and eclipse in one million since Halloween. They're currently almost 62,000 people hospitalized, according to the Kobe tracking project. Several states posted records on Tuesday, including over 12,600 new cases, You know what, always over 10,800, Texas and 7000 in Wisconsin? Hospitals all over the country are getting slammed. That is a problem because obviously, when it was kind of localized to hot spots like New York, you could bring in resources from other places to help care for people in New York, But if everybody is getting simultaneously hit, it's very difficult to shift resources where they need to be. Dr. William Shafter, infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University, says the virus is spreading in a largely uncontrolled fashion across the vast majority of the country. Democratic governor Tony Evers in Wisconsin, announced who's advising people to stay in their houses and businesses to allow people to work remotely require masks and limit the number of people in stores and offices. Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, a Democrat, order bars and restaurants to close at 10 P.m.. Now this is something I just don't understand, Franklin Is the virus less infectious? And like 9:59 p.m.. And do fewer people go out at 9:30 p.m. than they do at 10 P.m.. Iowa Governor Tom Reynolds Republican said she'll require massive indoor gatherings of 25 or more people inching towards more stringent measures after months holding out About one in 433 Americans tested positive for covert 19 last week. As the AP does no doctors know how to treat severe cases better, meaning higher percentages of Kobe 19 patients who go into ICU are coming out alive. Our new treatments like grim death severe which is given via ivy at the at the hospital, So you have to be hospitalized in order. Get remnants of here. Steroids accident zone again typically applied to people who have more serious cases. And then there's an antibody drug that one emergency approval from the Food and Drug Administration on Friday on Monday Also, the vaccine appears to be on the horizon, which should be widely rolled out by the beginning of next year. But the short term outlook is grim because people are beginning to get irritated with the lockdown policies because it turns out the lockdown policies overall, have been too stringent. Seriously like the fact is that if you if you tell people they cannot go out for eight months at a certain point, they're gonna start to go out. And then when they go out again, they're gonna infect each other. The harsh more harshly locked down. Less baseline cases, the fewer best based on cases you will have during lockdown. But then the harsh with Spike is gonna be when the lockdown is over. Nonetheless, this is driving people in the in the Biden incoming transition team to push for full scale lockdowns across the country. The team that Biden is putting together is not filled with epidemiologist. It is filled with people who sort of our insider inside the Beltway types. Ezekiel Emanuel, or I told Blondie and many of these people know something about the health care system, but they're not necessarily epidemiologist, so it's funny to see the media ripping on Scott Atlas. The doctor from Hoover Institution. That President Trump relies upon as a non epidemiologist. They have no such words for Ezekiel Emanuel, who also is not an epidemiologist, but who is advising Joe Biden at this point. Meanwhile, Dr Michael Osterholm, coronavirus advisor to Joe Biden said a nationwide lockdown could be on the table. Osterholm said earlier this week, the country is headed toward covert health. He said. We could pay for a package right now to cover all the wages, lost wages for individual workers for losses to small companies to medium sized companies or city State County governments. We could do all of that if we did that we could lock down for 4 to 6 weeks. Now I have a question. Why would that be effective? Seriously. Like what happened to the end of those 4 to 6 weeks, it's still winter. We're still gonna emerge. They're still gonna have to go to jobs. If you're seriously talking about locking down until the vaccine is available, what you really have to be talking about is locking down all the way until probably March. It is currently November. Do you think Americans are simply going to stay indoors for five months for five months, and we're just gonna continue to pay people out for five months? This is particularly ridiculous given the fact that again infections are not hospitalizations or death. But we really ought to be focusing on is making sure that we bring all possible resources to bear to protect people who are highly vulnerable and people who are elderly. When it comes to 20 year olds in college, where we expending resource is to prevent them from gathering. To prevent them from going home and visiting Grandma. Asked her home, was appointed to Biden's 12 member Covert advisory board on Monday. That panel adviser is culture by former surgeon General Defict Murthy, former FDA commissioner David Kessler and doctor Marcella Noona Smith of Yale University. Also doctor told Wanda and professor of surgery in health policy at Harvard and Dr Rick Break vaccine, asked expert whistle blower who resigned his post with the Trump administration last month so he gets the benefit of having come out as as not liking Trump. Gets.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on WTOP
"And Jim's must close in person service at 10 P.m. way usually get big orders around 10 on you. We're gonna get the income anymore. New York City's positivity rate climbing to 2.5%. If the city hits 3% all schools will go remote. At CBS News correspondent Meg Oliver time locally. We're expecting new information today on the pandemic at 9 30 this morning and a Randall County executive Stuart Pittman and Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley will announce new actions to curb the spread of the virus and a 10 30. We'll hear from Prince George's County executive, Angela also, Brooke says she talks about the county's response in the path forward. Or stay with w T. O p and w t o p dot com will let you know what developments occur in those news conferences as soon as we get them? I'm Luke Luke ERT here in the capital region. We are seeing case counts peak in both Maryland and Virginia. Dr. William Shafter, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, tells w. T o p that the surge was expected. But not quite like this. We didn't think it would come quite this early and The steep increase is really ominous. Hospitals are filling up again and give it another week or two and I'm afraid to death rate will go up. Dr. Schaffner says the U. S needs a new covert response plan that would take decision making away from governors and instead rely on a national strategy similar to the approach and many other countries. Japan, South Korea Australia, New Zealand China Blue Blucher w T o P News No surprise. But the pandemic should mean that fewer Americans will travel this Thanksgiving, the triple A's expecting at least a 10% drop in travel this Thanksgiving, the largest one year decrease since the 2008 recession. If you are planning a road trip, the organization has these tips. Be aware of local covert restrictions along a route and at your destination pack facemasks, disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer and a thermometer and thoroughly wiped down.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on WTOP
"County employees are being asked to return money they were wrongfully paid more than $100,000 in hazard pay was improperly awarded to Montgomery County employees in the Department of permitting Services. That's according to the report from the Montgomery County Inspector General, Meghan Davey, Lamar Z. She testified before the county Council Tuesday. Council member Andrew Freed since every single taxpayer dollars that was wrongfully payout must be returned immediately. That is not negotiable. It must happen, and it must happen immediately. The pay was supposed to go to inspectors carrying out front facing work work that requires contact with the public and county executive Mark L. Rich said he's working Rectify the situation and make sure it doesn't happen again. Kate Brian w. T. O p. New Corona virus Infections air surging in the United States and new hospitalizations also had a new record this week. Here in the capital region. We are seeing case counts peak in both Maryland and Virginia. Dr. William Shafter, an infectious disease specialist at the Vanderbilt Medical Center, tells w. T o p that the surge was expected. But not quite like this come quite this early and The steep increase is really ominous. Hospitals are filling up again and give it another week or two and I'm afraid to death rate will go up. Dr. Schaffner says the U. S needs a new covert response plan that would take decision making away from governors and instead rely on a national strategy similar to the approach and many other countries. Japan, South Korea Australia New Zealand China Blue Blucher W T O P News We'll be learning more about changes to the cova 19 response, as some county officials hold Rest conferences this morning at 9 30 Arrundell County executives to her. Pittman and Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley will announce new actions to curb the spread of the virus and Annapolis in Anna Randall County and a 10 30. We'll hear from Prince George's.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Are news. I'm John Stop. President. Trump says he's pleased that tummy tumbler bill defeated former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a GOP Senate election. Very happy that Tommy Tuberville won the race. I think he's going to be a great senator. We don't have a good senator there right now and Jones. He's not doing the job you should be doing a much better job certainly doesn't represent the views of the people of Alabama. That's for sure. Tomorrow. Bill who was familiar to those in Alabama from his decade, is Auburn University's head football coach. It is now positioned for a robot challenge to the incumbent Democrat, Senator Doug Jones, Florida passing the 300,000 mark of confirmed Corona virus cases and Now reporting a daily death toll of more than 100. That was for the third time in the past week. Amid a surgeon grown a virus cases across the South and west. There is encouraging news in the search for a vaccine. Preliminary results from the first vaccine tested in the US are promising their face one studies, but it's a good first step. It looks as though the vaccine generated a vigorous immune response. We like that. We think that's going to be associate ID with protection. Vanderbilt University vaccine expert Dr William Shafter, also known as Sarah News dot com. Several GOP senators voicing their support for Dr Anthony Fauci. Majority leader, Mitch McConnell has made it clear he supports Valke in his role as the country's greatest expert on infectious disease. When asked by a CBS affiliate about his level of support for patching. McConnell gave a one word response Total. Senator Lindsey Graham described as quote one of the smartest people I know and says any effort to undermine him would be unproductive. Some members of the administration have criticized Douchey in recent days hearing has suggested covert 19 safety recommendations. Maybe too extreme and put damage.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Preliminary results from the first vaccine tested in the US are promising their face one studies, but it's a good first step. It looks as though the vaccine generated a vigorous immune response. We like that. We think that's going to be associate ID with protection. Vanderbilt University vaccine expert Dr William Shafter President. Trump, encouraged by developments in the quest for a vaccine says he's not alone. People are feeling good about our country. People are feeling Good about Therapeutics and possible vaccines while the virus caseload is on the rise of President notes a sharp decline in the mortality rate, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville has defeated former attorney general and U S Senator Jeff Sessions in Alabama's Republican Senate primary. I just talked to senator Sessions He was awesome. He said Coach Amalia Tuberville heard on W B A M A sessions is gracious in defeat is my honor to have been able to serve I hope that this day will continue to be prosperous and grow in the way that it has over the last number of years, and I look forward to helping Tommy terrible when this rice that audio courtesy of WKRG President Trump's former White House physician, Dr Ronny Jackson has won the Republican nomination for a congressional seat. In Texas. On Wall Street this morning stock futures higher encouraged by positive developments in the search for a covert 19 vaccine right now, Dow futures up 334 points. NASDAQ futures ahead 86 S and P futures up 35 points..
First coronavirus vaccine tested in U.S. moves forward
"A surgeon Corona virus cases across the South and West, there is encouraging news in the search for a vaccine. Preliminary results from the first vaccine tested in the US are promising their face one studies, but it's a good first step. It looks as though the vaccine generated a vigorous immune response. We like that. We think that's going to be associate ID with protection. Vanderbilt University vaccine expert Dr William Shafter President. Trump, encouraged by developments in the quest for a vaccine says he's not alone. People are feeling good about our country. People are feeling Good about Therapeutics and possible vaccines while the virus caseload is on the rise of President notes a sharp decline in the mortality rate,
"dr william shafter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is seeing a lot of numbers online and on TV does an increase in testing automatically lead to an increase in cases does it actually help lower the spread of the virus how does that work actually it so everybody knows the harder you look the more you'll find and that's certainly true but the more we find the more we can look for all the contacts do contact tracing quarantine those people and it turns out to be away once again to reduce transmission of the virus and if we're doing all these things together pretty soon the more we test the less will find because we are really controlling the virus so it's all part of a process run and finally looking ahead unfortunately it seems likely the corona virus is still gonna be around when flu season begins talk about that combination and why it could be a real problem every infectious disease doctor such as myself was worried about the fall because Ryan as you say it looks as though we're going to have a double barreled up when we see that we will be there our old friend or enemy who along with a new friend or enemy the cold virus and we anticipate both of them pretty much together will increase in the winter that's what respire Tory viruses do so we will have a double onslaught to doctors offices emergency rooms hospitalization intensive care unit and the like so we're very worried about the Philippines and the personnel being exhausted and being very very stretched one thing we can do to ameliorate that to minimize that is to all get vaccinated against influenza that's very important it's not a perfect vaccine but it still can prevent any infection many hospitalizations and even if you happen to get flu despite being vaccinated it's more likely to be less severe and not require hospitalization and so we're really going to promote influenza vaccination hard now careful here Lubeck scene will not protect you against Colbert but it will protect you against what Dr William Shafter medical director of the national foundation for infectious diseases part of the pandemic action network you can find out more at pandemic action network dot org Dr thank you so much for bringing all of that down for us here and I have ready a we appreciate it thanks Brian and stay healthy now let's turn to Dr Michael Lomax president and CEO of U. N. C. F. the nation's largest private provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students Dr Lomax it's great to talk to you let's start with the U. N. C. F. story how the organization got started and what the mission as well the organization was founded in nineteen forty four at the end of World War two it was founded by two African American college president one Frederick Douglass addict them do what are the president of Brodhead ky institute now Tuskegee university in Alabama and by Mary McLeod but soon real heroine of the African American freedom movement she was the founder of women clubs all across the country she was an advisor on the Roosevelt and she founded a college by now call but then cook man and Daytona beach Florida and they they realize that when the soldier them the workers who had worked in the war I have came back in the war was over that they're going to need more education than they need yeah HM that is provided then it will be called Negro colleges because both of American art HM segregated and they know that knew that they need more money though they found all the blackout the come together to form a United Negro college fund raising organization they hired John D. Rockefeller they didn't hire him back out John D. Rockefeller junior to lead the campaign are you rate that one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in that first year equivalent to ten million dollars a day wow and in the seventy eight year sounding they we are great five billion dollars with the B. and help five hundred thousand students graduate with a college degree and realize their dreams of a college education fast forward to today bear darker black colleges represent three percent of all American higher education there are one hundred and one historically black colleges they enrolled end groups that of all black color it but both that ten percent of black college student they produce sixteen percent of all the black college degree we're stepping in and in the area of them acknowledge the engineering and math are these are these institutions produce about twenty four percent of all the graduates now the the the interview by colleges we look at them in terms of national ethics but they're really regional and they're they're located in about twenty eight and the district of Columbia and in those areas they represent about a quarter of all of our black college graduates twenty six percent and they produce about forty percent of all the stem graduates in the district of Columbia the nation's capital there are two historically black college Howard University and the university of the district of Columbia they enrolled seventy one percent of all the black arts degree in the district of Columbia and they produce seventy one percent of our records so this is a small group of college is that that it might be work and what you want yeah that is they punch above their weight they produce outside without I'm joined by Dr Michael Lomax president and CEO of U. N. C. after the nation's largest private provider of scholarships and other educational support to African American students the CEO of Netflix recently made a major contribution to U. N. C. F. during your time leading the.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on KGO 810
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"dr william shafter" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Results of more than forty four thousand patients the study's authors said it was clear that flew and rhino virus which causes the common cold interact in a negative way that's why you see cases of cold and flu peak at different times of the year we spoke to one of the country's leading infectious disease experts Dr William Shafter about this and he said that the study results suggest that virus number one whether it be the rhino virus or the flu virus initiates inflammatory response which then acts as a barrier to the second virus fascinating stuff the more you know I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life this is ground game with me Julie pace Washington bureau chief is the takeaway really hear from national polls at this stage of the race but it is mostly just name recognition certainly being on the airwaves and all of the state's probably has a little bit of influence regional unbiased the news you need as America prepares for the twenty twenty election listen and subscribe to ground game free the Westwood One podcast network where the conversation starts with your Mayo Clinic radio health minute time to Wall Street activism is good for your health there's two different aspects that we need to talk about.
"dr william shafter" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of all media Oprah Winfrey during black history you inherit your aunt's house and open but who really owns it you are squatters on a property in west Oakland yeah I got the property because my aunt died the taxes are paid I pay him the house is uninhabitable I could not help but she was laid out in the front raking leaves and I said well you don't she says the for certain amount of time your don't ever come back on the other side of the world or in our own backyard if your talking about it first is talking about new three D. G. O. A. ten live with Dr Sanjay Gupta if you've ever had the flu you know it can make you feel downright miserable but the results of a new study might offer you a little peace of mind I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta CNN's chief medical correspondent researchers in Scotland have determined that cold and flu motor tacky with the same time after analyzing test results of more than forty four thousand patients the study's authors said it was clear that flew and rhino virus which causes the common cold interact in a negative way that's why you see cases of cold and flu peak at different times of the year we spoke to one of the country's leading infectious disease experts Dr William Shafter about this and he said that the study results suggest that virus number one whether it be the rhino virus or the flu virus initiates inflammatory response which then acts as a barrier to the second virus fascinating stuff the more you know I'm doctor Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life let's say you just bought a house the bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mow the lawn ask if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance.
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"To the turnpike in the late ninety five north bound from before shop with ten tree pastels were passed hill for a bowl of art your next update forty news radio six ten W. I. O. D. no rain at all on six ten doppler radar barely a cloud in the sky this morning seventy one degrees right now in coconut Grove we've got seventy two in Sweetwater it's eight thirty one days of heavy rain pushing the Mississippi's Pearl River to its limits and beyond forcing people from their homes around Jackson ABC's Jim Ryan says the worst is yet to come it's been more than thirty years since Jackson Mississippi has faced this kind of flooding for people who have moved in since then watching the waters rise is nerve wracking I've been here since nineteen ninety nine never saying the levees this time Chris **** will knows that as bad as the flooding is now more rain is on the way to state leaving him free absolutely freaked out about this generally an ABC news more than three hundred Americans have been evacuated from the diamond princess cruise ship outside Yokohama Japan after remaining locked inside their cabins for twelve days to prevent the spread of on board of the corona virus Dr William Shafter from Vanderbilt University says that was a smart thing to do quarantining people on a cruise ship for a prolonged period of time is not at all comfortable and I feel sorry for those individuals but that's in the larger interest of containing this virus so it doesn't spread around the world meanwhile New York City mayor bill de Blasio says the city will punish cab and ride share drivers who refused to pick up Asian passengers for fears of the virus despite no confirmed cases in the Big Apple some drivers have told the New York Post they are avoiding neighborhoods with large Chinese populations the clock is ticking toward the deadline to register to vote in next month's presidential preference primary in Florida you have until tomorrow to registered change your address or party affiliation to vote in Florida's presidential primary next month because Florida has a close primary you can only vote for candidates of the same party you're registered with and this is particularly hard on voters who were we've the Akron and and PA in Florida which is not no party affiliation parent supervisor of elections beat around to not she says there are three hundred thirty five thousand NVA voters in Broward you will not be able to part major in the primary March seventeenth early voting begins March second when the worsening newsradio six ten WYO de can make sure your registration is correct him learn how to change your party affiliation through the links WYO D. dot com troopers continue to investigate yesterday's early morning crash on I. ninety five that killed a construction worker in Miami Dade a car an S. U. V. collided near northwest sixty ninth street that said the S. U. V. into a construction is a construction zone where it hit a worker and he was killed pronounced dead at the hospital a student from Westminster Christian school in palmetto bay is dead following a weekend boating accident in the keys the FWC says the boat slammed into a marker near Bowlegs cuts off Isla Marada yesterday three other people also taken to the hospital a federal agency watchdog is now looking into questions about marketers getting it seniors Medicare information fox's jerit help and has that story the inspector general for the health and Human Services department is expected to announce an audit this week aimed at figuring out how Medicare recipients are being targeted by scammers in earlier investigation found an electronic system for pharmacies to verify Medicare coverage was possibly being used for inappropriate searches and has raised red flags about fraud the inspector general's office review follows a wave of efficient telemarketing scams targeting seniors involving information about back braces and DNA cheek swabs in Washington Jared how burn fox news a South Florida woman injured in a triple shooting last week says the hospital that treated her failed to find the bullet that was launched in her skull Shakira Jefferson was treated at Jackson Memorial south after the shooting she says no X. rays were performed she told her wife days later she was still in pain so they went to Baptist hospital in Kendall and as X. ray there found the bullet lodged in her skull Jefferson now recovering from emergency surgery for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain dot shouted listen to the daily.
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"Eighty nine twenty two that's eight hundred eight nine nine eighty nine twenty two watch out here comes flu season health officials say the winter flu season is off to its earliest started more than fifteen years and the last early season was a bad one Dr William Shafter of Vanderbilt University Medical Center says flu be viruses are dominating the influence of these are usually more active at the end of the season here we are at the beginning but it's noteworthy because influenza bees like to affect children he says don't walk run to get a flu shot it takes up to two weeks to get full protection Pam Coulter CBS news actor Ron Liebman has done seventy four I ordered the seventy five that's a magnificent wind is seventy four so which why would you bring the sewage treatment is Rachel's father on the TV show friends his career spanned six decades on stage and screen including nineteen seven nine Emmy Award and a leading actor Tony Award in nineteen ninety three prefer playing attorney Roy Cohn in Tony Kushner's iconic play angels in America but Michigan CBS news now from the studios of music by local San Diego talking and breaking this is a seven sixty rob ring busted I never boy that for the stores were about ninety seven sixty four members of an alleged auto insurance fraud ring pleaded not guilty in San Diego Superior Court yesterday prosecutors say six others are still at large the allegedly by fifty six damaged cars and then filed insurance claims on them a spring valley man who allegedly posted YouTube video seven self loading guns and aiming them out a window at passers by is in jail San Diego police say thirty Stephen market was arrested yesterday and attend this one in the county will host a toys for tots donation event at the Ramon airport to benefit the marine corps reserve disappoints sponsored by are always sunny San Diego hundred dealers this is the season for the happy Hundred Days sales event you're sending a hundred dealers are ready to wrap up a deal you look for your nearest dealer visit Esty Hyundai dealers dot com try to get a chance of showers right now six forty result in Bergenfield high surf advisory in effect and the Samuel goals host the Colorado eagles at Pechenga Reno to night the puck drops at seven PM I'm Erik Roy AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking the seven sixty KFMB presets audio talk with host our son the show we spoke to find west Escondido I still got a whole and the western transmission part of the west automotive group your questions answered hold Brian right now one eight hundred seven sixty seven hi good morning folks welcome daughter talk radio host prime our second house with me is my co host Mister Kevin Bauer soccer what are you doing over there good morning good morning enjoying the morning forget to comb your hair on the way in the my bathroom still in pieces right now are you of the my son in law took a back took apart than they were back to Texas you know that's helpful I know.
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"At News Radio WFL a two completely different takes on Russian involvement during the twenty sixteen election. President Trump says he was the victim of spine, while Democrats wanted to know how involved Trump's business was with Russia. President Trump says investigators are looking into claims that US Intel agencies spied on his calls during the two thousand sixteen campaign. He tells FOX's Hannity. Spied in my campaign. And they may have it will be one of degrade revelation revelations, and in history. Meanwhile, is part of the house Russia probe intelligence committee, chair Adam Schiff says staffers will talk to Russian born business executive Felix Seder who'd been in talks with former Trump attorney Michael Cohen about the Trump Tower project in Moscow before the idea was abandoned in Washington. Jill NATO, Fox News. To President Trump is refusing to tell congress what she did on the job. Former White House advisor and communications director hope Hicks did not answer questions about her time in the administration. House Judiciary committee Democrats say after President Trump asserted executive privilege, I think we'll have to move toward the court proceedings to delve into those questions. More deeper, Texas Democrats Sheila jackson-lee called Hicks, a building block in the investigation into potential wrongdoing top judiciary committee, Republican Collins has nothing changed. We took eight hours to find out really what most those new at the beginning of two zero Hicks is now an executive vice president and chief communications officer for the FOX corporation on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. Former vice president, Joe Biden maintaining a comfortable lead over other democratic presidential hopefuls in a new poll, the USA today, Suffolk university poll finds Biden with a fifteen point lead over Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren came in third. Iran is behind the American drone being shot down with a surface to air missile. That's according to a US official. The drone was taken out in international airspace, on Thursday near the strait of Hormuz that contradicts Iranian media reports that drone was in Iranian airspace. A south Florida city is coughing a big bucks in ransom money after hackers hijacked the city's key data six hundred thousand dollars. It's how much pounded suburbs paying ransom to hackers who took over its computer system. The Riviera beach city council, and Florida voted unanimously to pay the hackers demands believing they had no choice if they wanted to get the records back the hackers got into the city's system when an employee clicked on an Email link that allowed them to upload male wear. The council also voted to spend almost one million dollars a new computers and hardware after hackers captured the city's system three weeks ago. Matt pipe. CBS news YouTube under fire for not honoring the privacy of children. The Washington Post reports the Federal Trade Commission has launched investigation into YouTube over its handling of children's videos. This following a number of consumer groups complaints alleging Google owned company failed to protect minors. Improperly collected their data executives reportedly, considering removing all kids content from the site, a rep says the company considers lots of ideas for improving the site, and some remain just that ideas adding, others, we develop and launch, like our restrictions to minors, live streaming or updated, hate speech policy. Kristin Goodwin, Fox News miracle on the Hudson pilots, sully sullen Berger, says the deadly crashes of Boeing's troubled seven thirty-seven max jets should never have happened testifying in a house hearing sullen Berger said the crashes are evidence that the current system of aircraft design and certification has failed new warnings. About the dangers of flesh eating bacteria in water in the northeast, four patients believed to have acquired vitriol, vulnificus infections from crabs in Delaware bay, where such infections used to be rare because of its historically cooler water temperatures, Dr William shafter of Vanderbilt University says the bacteria pose greatest risk to people with pre-existing medical conditions people ought to be concerned if they're immuno-compromised are cautioned against eating raw, clams, and choice. Tres. Dr shafir says while most cases can be treated with antibiotics, the skin infections often require extensive surgery in Atlanta. Austin, Sarah, Fox News. New study says we're giving less to charities in the recent tax cut may be to blame. Americans are feeling less charitable these days, that's according to a report from giving USA and the group is blaming tax law changes a made many people use the standard deduction making them ineligible for tax breaks for their donations. According to. Figures for two thousand seventeen the first year the tax overhaul giving by individuals dropped by three point four percent, giving by corporations foundations and individuals dropped about one point seven percent after inflation to four hundred twenty seven billion dollars, Jim Chenevey.
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"And WVU are I'm Jeremy Hobson, I'm Peter O'Dowd. This is here now and empty chair made news today on Capitol Hill attorney general William Barr, refused to testify before the House Judiciary committee where he was scheduled to answer questions about the special counsels. Russia investigation bar took issue with the Democrats plan to have a staff lawyer conduct. Some of the questioning the democratic chairman Jerrold Nadler left an open seat for the attorney general and then convened the hearing anyway history will judge us for how we face this challenge. We will all be held accountable in one way or the other. And if he does not provide this committee with information demands and the respect it deserves to bars moment of accountability will come soon enough. The hearing lasted all of twenty minutes of far cry from bars marathon yesterday before a Republican led Senate committee. Joining us now is Julian. Eleazar he's professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University in Julian this was really something of a spectacle today. There was the empty chair. Then one democrat brought a plastic chicken to the hearing essentially, mocking the attorney general what did you see today? Yeah. Once you're in the prop stage of congressional politics. Things are getting serious. I think those were moments that reflect the growing frustration a lot of Democrats have their watching what the attorney general has done how the presence responding to the congressional part of this investigation. And I think a lot of our frustrated about what to do. And they're not sure politically what steps they wanna take. And they're not even sure in terms of their thority what they can compel this administration to do in helping them. And so that's what you're seeing play out today. Democrats are frustrated, but so are Republicans after Nadler spoke this morning, the ranking Republican on the committee had attorney. Here's Georgia Republican Doug Collins, take whatever you wanna take. Go out and have press conference you from this. You can say whatever you want to have with the reason Bill Maher is on here today is because the Democrats decided they didn't want him here today. That's the reason he's not here. And actually the real fight Julian here isn't necessarily over this empty chair. It's about the Democrats demand that bar produce a fully unredacted version of the mullahs report. And it's it's for that reason that we could actually see contempt proceedings filed by the Democrats against bar, which is not unheard of in American politics. But a big step, right? You know, I think the Republican argument here is that the Democrats are going too, far the Democrats in general, I think are legitimate grounds. In terms of what they're requesting at this point. But this frustration is bubbling up and we saw this with our colder under President Obama. Ultimately, there was a negotiated end to documents that Republicans then wanted from the attorney general, and you've had these kinds of battles going back to Nixon. I mean, this was one of the main issues with president Nixon his refusal or reluctance to give over material during invested. Gatien? So this is not common, but familiar kind of battle. And and I think it gets to the heart of presidential power and congressional oversight. There was a fear that trying to impeach the president would be a risk for Democrats as they get ready to head into the twenty twenty election. But what about the attorney general is going after bar with either contempt proceedings or some people are even talking about impeachment. Is that carry the same kind of risk was at a safer bet for them. I think in some ways it can carry just as much if not more risk in that. It doesn't get to the heart of the issue in some ways, the president has thrown attorney general bar out there and all the focus is on him. So the Democrats could get wrapped up in a long process either of impeachment or contempt proceedings and not be dealing with the president not be dealing with the questions of what this administration is willing to do in terms of exercising power and still get all the backlash about continual. Pursuit of inquiry. So it might be the worst of both worlds. I don't know if you heard the anger in Nadler's voice. I mean, it is kind of what it heard to me just the tone of voice that he was using makes me wonder, if Democrats are sort of walking down a path that they're not able to bring themselves back from you know, because they're so angry that they don't they can't help it. I think it's more that President Trump might be pushing them down a path, and they didn't actually wanna take meaning every step of the way they're moving away. From impeachment speaker Pelosi says we don't wanna go there yet the president keeps forcing their hand. And almost testing them to say are you going to do it? And I think that's part of what you're hearing from Nadler. So Republicans are saying this whole Muller investigation is over the Democrats clearly not ready to move on house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi today, even cues bar of lying to congress. So the rhetoric is ramping up almost by on a daily basis who do you? Think the American people will ultimately side with here. Well, I don't know. I mean, the American people have not sided with President Trump only and how we see national approval polls on the other hand support at this point for impeachment still remains pretty low. It's a process, you know, it can change if the Democrats go down that route public opinion might shift. So I think it's very hard to predict the public doesn't know a lot of this. They don't even know what's in the report. So in some ways imagining how they'd respond to this is premature because they haven't seen hearings. They haven't seen all the information. So it's a lot of speculation. All right, Julian professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. Thanks as always, thanks for having me. Well, a cruise ship off the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia remains under quarantine after someone on board contracted the measles. It's unclear what happens next for the three hundred people on the ship. But in the mid. Of this ongoing. Global measles outbreak. There have been a lot of questions about who may need a measles booster shot. Joining us now is Dr William Shatner, professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Welcome back to here. Now good to be with your Jeremy. And I have to say every time I hear another story about another piece of this measles outbreak. I wonder about all of the people in this country who may have been vaccinated so long ago that they don't even know what the status of their own vaccination is I have to say I texted my mom and said, by the way, we were vaccinated for measles. We she said. Yes. Yes. You were. But at what point do kids get vaccinated for this? And how long does the vaccination last? Well, children's start to be vaccinated either a twelve or fifteen months of age, and then they get a second dose usually at age four five or six somewhere in there. Fortunately, the protection from the vaccine is. Lifelong for ninety seven percent of us. So that's really an excellent vaccine. So there's no booster shot needed as an adult. There's no booster shot needed for an adult. Now that said if you're an adult who is vaccinated before nineteen Eighty-nine and you're going to an area of the world where there's ongoing measles transmission. You might want to review your status to make sure you got vaccinated. And if there's any insecurity, just get another dose of 'em are to be sure. Now, there's another piece of this too. Because we just spoke with the director of the CDC last week. Dr Robert Redfield who laid out two categories of older adults who may have different immunities to measles. Here is those of us that were born before nineteen fifty seven are really assumed have had wild type measles and our moon for life. There is a small group. That were vaccinated between nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty seven that may have received a killed vaccine, which is not as efficacious. Okay. So so that confuses things a little bit. Tell us more about what people should know if they were born in those years will if they will born in those years, they may have received the very first visa vaccine, which has doctorate 'field said was a killed vaccine that turned out not to work very well because it's protection waned very rapidly. Many of those people subsequently received the vaccine we're using now alive vaccine. But if you're a traveler as I said to a place where there is measles that's be transmitted internationally, or if you're one of those adults who's living in a current community with there's and there's any kind of insecurity about your measles protection. You can just get. A ghosts of MR the measles containing vaccine, it won't hurt you in either way, and it can provide some peace of mind if you have come in contact with someone who has measles. But you yourself are vaccinated can you pass measles onto a third person? No, you will not because you're protection will prevent that from happening. So you're not only protecting yourself. You're protecting people around you because you will not be a transmitter. What do you think needs to happen right now? Dr shafter get this measles outbreak under control and make sure that next week and the week after that and the week after that we're not hearing story after story about a new outbreak somewhere else in the world. You've just heard me because every child that is undocumented. If they were vaccinated today. This problem would end completely in two weeks. The issue really is unvaccinated children we need to extend the protection of the vaccine to all of those children, and we can once again, eliminate measles from the United States. That is Dr William shafter, a professor at Vanderbilt University.
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"On talk radio five, sixty ks. Epo. I love it. This whole thing is that cockamamie idea haven't seen cockamamie in a news story for a long time. So this is Dr William shafter, not shattner William Shatner, he says this whole thing's that cockamamie idea what what thing what things are you talking about? So he's an infectious disease specialist at a professor at Vanderbilt University school of medicine say says, this whole thing's that cockamamie idea save your eighty bucks. What's he talking about? So listen to this is the latest. This is a Los Angeles startup. They're offering to let people choose their own. Well, okay. So, you know, there are a lot of people who don't like the flu flu shots. Now. I don't get those things. People just for whatever reason, I I know our listeners got a lot of people. They don't believe in the flu shots. Okay. So that's you don't wanna flu shot. You don't need to get a flu shot. So what this startup is doing is catering to a lot of these people. Don't want the flu shots. They're saying that for eighty bucks you can buy. Well, if I could just get crude you gotta by basically a box of us issues. He's our tissues that carry basically a human sneeze. So they will expose you to viruses that are on the tissues to serve as an alternative to flu shots and similar vaccines. Disgust. So it's not like, you know. Yes, it sounds disgusting. But just to be clear. So you would get these tissues and they look like regular tissues and. But what you don't know is that within the tissue. Are these various illnesses? And so the idea is when you blow your nose these various, you know, these. These these cells these infectious cells get into your nostrils and. Therefore, you take on a bit of the illness. And therefore, you know, the idea is like a flu shot, you're not gonna get the full blown illness. That's that's the idea. That's how they're selling. It sounds like a terrible idea. So it's interesting. They're they're saying, here's some of the the slick the slick wording, we're not talking about chemicals or prescription or prescription drugs here at bay of. That's the name of the company v. We were inviting customers to get sick on your own terms. The company is unclear whether the tissues are artificially treated or coated with materials from an actual human. And that's what I want. Yeah. They're not telling you. Willing to take. Here's Dr William Shatner. So he's the infectious disease specialist. He says this is potentially hazardous if it does work so it is potentially hazard if it does work, and he said, I don't think it works. There were there over two hundred common cold viruses out there, it's suppose you get infected with one from these tissues, you can still get infected again because there are other cold viruses out there. But what about the flu? How about a flu virus? You know, if there's only one flu virus, that's kind of floating through the through the country. If you get that flu virus into your system. My question is do you only get a hint of the flu or do? You get the full blown flu. Or or is this all a placebo? Anyway, shafter says he finds it unlikely that viruses would even survive the journey from the company's headquarters to your home. He says quote, save your eighty dollars. This whole thing is a cockamamie idea. Good work, good, use of the word cockamamie. That's all I wanted. That's all I cared about. With the whole thing. I just wanted to see the use of the word Kaku baby and writing in print. I don't think I'd have to spell that. How do you still cockamamie cockamamie? I think you could spell it any way you want to. There is no formal spelling for cockamamie. So here we have now, this is another medical story that we'll we'll deserve a DOE. This is really a terrible story a horrific hospital up Brooklyn. Brooklyn woman, grieving for nine days at the bedside of a brain damage man who doctors insisted was her brother. Okay. So she gave consent to have her brother taken off of life support. And then she learned the shocking truth. Her brother was actually in jail. This guy that she saw thought was your brother was a stranger. So she gave the go-ahead to take him off life support and let him die. Oh my gosh. Can you believe this? She I mean, she she's she feels terrible because she was able to make the decision to end somebody's life. Now. She feels like a murderer, right? Somebody. She didn't know she. Yeah. I but. Yeah. Right. I mean, this is this is this is the hospital's fault. It's not hers. Right. Right. But what I'm saying, basically, I know I know what you're saying. Yeah. It's crazy. I would say to her is like, hey, just relax. You didn't do anything. You're good. It's it's fine. That's wild one. How awful. But yeah, they mix that up. Well, you know, and the thing is obviously these two guys must have looked somewhat alike. Right for starters. The hospital assumed it was this. This woman's brother. They told her that the brother was brain dead their tubes. Coming all out of his body. So she makes the decision because they were looking for family to make the call. She makes the call boom. Oh, jeez. I mean, what a what a tragic mistake. They had the same name her brother and the victim had the same name. Oh. Crazy. Crazy. Yeah. And there is the rest of the story here on case for twenty six minutes past six o'clock is our time right here. Four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred so Donald Trump's out there. He's going after a target that he loves to go after its. Senator dick Blumenthal, Senate Judiciary committee, a guy who's been defrauding the American people about his war hero status. He's going after by way of tweets, we've got the.