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"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on Crypto Banter
"His name is Prince Mohammed bin Suleiman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. I think that's yeah, he's coming to South Africa to talk about that. And they may accept Indonesia into BRICS during the summit, which would actually grow the strength of BRICS. So, look, we're bringing you some BRICS coverage just so that you can see what's going on. Someone says BRICS is more important than most people know. And I think they're right. It's just that we want things to happen now and to create superpowers to rival the G7 is not something that's going to happen now, something that's going to start now and they're going to lay the foundations and they're going to have meetings and it's going to happen slowly, slowly, slowly. And then one day you can look and you're going to go, holy shit, what actually happened there? How did this these BRICS countries all of a sudden become these this powerhouse, so to speak? So that's the story around BRICS. Now, this is the part where I know we're going to be shadow banned for. So thank you for watching up until this point. A few days ago, a few days ago, I started hearing whispers around a new COVID variant, and when I started hearing the whispers around this new COVID variant, they very much reminded me of the whispers of how the first COVID variant started. I don't know if you remember, but we had this virus that broke out in China and the variant broke out in China and then a tourist came in and then tourists started traveling and then they started to say, look, oh, it's come to the U.S. Then then it started to lock down the borders. And after lockdowns of the borders, it became broader lockdowns, et cetera. Well, the same thing is happening again. Scientists race to understand highly mutated coronavirus variants spotted in four countries, including the U.S. This feels like we're going back. And who's reporting this? Well, of course, CNN, who's very, very, very closely aligned to the current administration. Then we're seeing it in other countries. Dublin Hospital implores visiting restrictions due to COVID-19 outbreak. Lionsgate reinstates mask mandate in parts of Santa Monica following a COVID virus update. Amid rising COVID cases in Los Angeles, Lionsgate has brought back the mask mandate for nearly half of the company's employees at its flagship office in Santa Monica. The policy change was announced, blah, blah, blah. So people are starting with mask mandates. We have Morris Brown says COVID restrictions are back at the Atlanta area college buckle up for more effective immediately. Morris Brown College has reinstated its COVID-19 mask mandate due to reports of positive cases among students over the next 14 days. The following protocols will apply. Listen to the protocols one mask wearing all students and employees are required to wear a mask. James and Josh from tomorrow in this office, all staff that are working in the studio, only only the people that are working in the studio must wear a mask. OK, then physical distancing students must maintain physical distance. No more large gatherings. Does this sound familiar? Isolation and quarantine, contact tracing. I really thought that these are things that I'd never, ever, ever hear again after the after the the mess that they made of COVID. I thought that this I was never going to hear this shit again. But guys, it's back. It's real. The same playbook that they used last time is happening again. First, it's one tourist, then it's a couple of tourists and it's a couple of cases, then it's mask mandates, then it's mask plus isolation, plus physical distancing, plus contact tracing, plus what is the agenda here? What what possibly is the agenda here? And Warren Branford also predicts that a new pandemic worse than COVID. He predicts a new pandemic worse than COVID. A traveler from Japan is positive for the new COVID variant. BA.2.86 in Virginia, the second case of the United States. This is how the pandemic started. Shocking return of COVID a year before a year before the U.S. presidential elections. What a coincidence. Masks are making a comeback. I'm not sure if there's a connection, but there is increasing chatter about a potential resurgence of COVID and a return of lockdowns. It remains to be seen how the public will react. The question is, if it happens again, what are you going to do? Are you going to comply? Are you going to go and buy more masks? I mean, just listen to this because there is a new COVID variant. But don't worry, because there's already a new vaccine for it. COVID is making a comeback this summer. So many of us would like to leave it in the past. But cases are once again on the rise. So when will new booster shots roll out? Anne Thompson asked the CDC director. This summer, most Americans left COVID in the past, gathering together once again, mask free. But tonight, signs of a COVID resurgence across the country. COVID hospitalizations. I remember these images. In the most recent week, but far lower than pandemic levels. NBC News medical contributor, Dr. Kavita Patel. What's behind this uptick in COVID that we're seeing? The main driver of this is a variant that's relatively newer to the scene, EG5. It's easier to give and get. So that makes it kind of easier to pass along. It's been almost a year since the last COVID booster came out. CDC director, Dr. Mandy Cohen. The new COVID booster is expected to be approved by the FDA, and then we will make recommendations from the CDC, probably by the second or third week of September. We heard it from you heard it from NBC News. Then I'm hearing, look at this. So now just get this. Just understand this. Scott Gottlieb is actually on the board of Pfizer. OK, so get this. He's actually on the board of Pfizer. So listen to this. This is actually some health concerns on the horizon. As we approach the end of summer, including a rise in COVID cases and questions about updates to vaccines, we're joined now by former FDA commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb. He also sits on the board of Pfizer. And it's great to have you here in person. Oh, wow. What's this on the board of Pfizer? I want to start on some news we got Thursday. The CDC announced a highly mutated strain of COVID has just shown up in Michigan, BA 2.86. How concerned does the public need to be? Well, right now, I've talked to a number of virologists who are usually pretty staid and they're pretty concerned about this. Right now, it doesn't appear to be spreading widely. There is seven strains that have been identified and sequenced in five different countries. So the UK, Denmark, Israel and now in the U.S. We don't know whether or not this has been spreading quietly and we just didn't detect it or it's something that's spreading very quickly. The concern is that when you look at these different strains that have been identified, they're genetically very similar. So that suggests that it's probably spreading simultaneously in multiple countries. Whether or not this is going to be more transmissible than what we've seen before, that's the key question, certainly at this point. OK, so so that's Scott Gottlieb. And now you've got to ask yourself a question. What is actually happening here? Why is this actually happening? In fact, if you want to hear one more, let's listen to one more together. I think this is great. I want to turn to the Democrats are seeking to politicize science and medicine again. New lockdown fears. You you famously wore a gas mask in Congress mocking the lockdowns initially, which I loved. And now we're seeing universities across the country and even Hollywood bringing back the vaccine mandates and the mask mandates. There are even reports the TSA could be bringing back masking despite overwhelming data that masks don't work at slowing the spread of viruses. What can the public and the GOP do to address these these non-scientific moves by the private sector and government respectively? Well, we learned that we can have tyrants at every level of government, didn't we? We had tyrannical little mayors and governors and folks believing that they could dictate the American way of life. I am not going back to gutter dining. I am not going back to sitting outside of a perfectly good restaurant just because the powers that be want that type of social control. I think we can vindicate the rights of our fellow Americans, particularly in the free exercise of religion following. So that is what that is, what he says. OK, now the big question is, what is the motive here? What is the motive to introduce covid vaccines? Well, it's an election year coming up. Who are the biggest election donors in the world? You said it right, the drug companies, the drug companies need profits because otherwise, how can they be big election donors? Well, let's look at Pfizer's profits in 2021. Thirty eight billion dollars. What are Pfizer's profits in 2022? Seventy two billion dollars. What are Pfizer's profits in Q1 and Q2 of 2023? Less than 10, 10 billion dollars. You see the problem? This is why covid is coming back, because it's an election year. And in the election year, the incumbents need need money. They need to know who gives the donations, who gives the who's who are the biggest lobbyists? The drug companies and look at the the year to date Pfizer price chart. Ask yourself, why is covid coming back? Yeah, you got it. Also, one party doesn't want people to be at the voting stations in person. I'm not going to mention the name of the parties because it may start a political alignment, which I don't have any political political alignments. But one party wants the the the remote voting right and the votes by mail and the other party doesn't want it. Now, what's the best way to get people not to vote at voting stations in person? You said it. Introducing new covid, make sure that people can't stand close to each other and then use that one year before the election where you've got Joe Biden and falling asleep in in Maui, you've got you've got Joe Biden, I mean, pretty much non-coherent. And he somehow has to beat the election against Trump or whoever the Republicans actually land up nominating. And one year before this, all of a sudden you got mask mandates again. Ask yourself, why is this happening? And then also ask yourself, how crazy is run to actually talk about this on YouTube? The guy must be an absolute lunatic psychopath to talk about this on YouTube. Things I do for you guys. All right, rant over second rant for today over run, rant, rant, rant, rant, maybe the baby there's something there. Someone says J.D. Bruce says run gets it. Soft taco says dude is finally awake. Manalat says Democrats. I didn't say it. Gabby the DJ says run knows it all. Jazz Gil says straight up run.
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Spending fade for all those do -it -yourselfers at home and the trouble in the charts for two retail giants. I'm Melissa Lee. This is Fast Money. We're live with the NASDAQ market site on the desk tonight. Karen Feinerman, Dan Nathan, Guy Adami and Rebecca Patterson, the former chief investment strategist at Bridgewater Associates. And we start off with two big risks coming out of China. First, rising trade tensions between the US and Beijing. Apple, the latest company to act, inking a multi -billion dollar deal with Broadcom to develop 5G chips in the United States. This after China slapped rival chip maker Micron with a ban, citing it as a security risk. Today's news helps send Broadcom shares to all -time highs as stock rising over a percent. And then there's the renewed threat of COVID in China. One health expert estimating a new wave could result in 65 million cases a week by the end of June. NBC hasn't been able to independently verify that report. Still, the news sent shares of vaccine makers like Moderna soaring today, those shares seeing their best day of the year up more than 8 percent. So let's begin with that scary headline of a new COVID wave in China. Bring in Dr. Kavita Patel, NBC News medical contributor, former White House health policy director during the Obama administration. Dr. Patel, great to have you with us. Can you put this wave in context, you know, the XVB variants and whether or not, you know, you would think that people I don't know if the people in China have had COVID in terms of the penetration that we've seen here in the United States. So is there some sort of immunity or less immunity there? Yeah, Melissa, a couple of things to put things into context. First of all, any time you hear these kinds of numbers coming out of China, you do have to take it seriously. And we don't know if we've kind of seen the peak of what their cases are. I know those are predictions about cases at the end of June, but it's difficult to say. But suffice it to say, XVB is the circulating variant around the globe, and we know it's more easy variant to give and to get. It's more infectious, if you will. And to kind of think about where China is right now. Remember, because of the severe lockdowns, we have kind of an uneven immunity pattern. So we do see some of these reinfections, which is what we saw in the United States. People have had one, two, three, even four or five infections, but not as many of the kind of broader based vaccine induced immunity. If you'll recall, they haven't had really mRNA vaccines in China. They've been using kind of older technology. And because of their lockdown policies, they had had a very different distribution of the types of people that were infected. So I think the critical things to look at, one, it would not be shocking, Melissa, to see an uptick in cases globally as well as in the United States. That could trail weeks to months. But the question is, are we seeing more hospitalizations? Are we seeing severe cases? And if we are, what kind of people is it? Older people, people who have never had infections, people who are not vaccinated? And then I think ultimately the reason you're seeing not just Moderna, Pfizer, other stocks trading up is that it's renewing calls for an updated vaccine. Even the vaccine that we have in the United States isn't the most current variant protective vaccine. So this is renewing the calls we've had in the country for some time now to have a much more updated vaccine faster and in a rapid dissemination fashion. How would you gauge? And I know it's very difficult to do what the public health response might be in China. I mean, they've had they had covid zero, then they completely flip flopped on that. And at this point, we're hearing reports of sudden shutdowns of events, concerts, conferences, movie theaters, et cetera. Will that sort of containment work with this variant? Or do you think that they're just going to say, let it let it go? Let's see. And in which case for us and for investors, the concern would be a shutdown of ports, a shutdown of manufacturing facilities, et cetera. The supply chain demands that we've been talking about for so long that we know that China is kind of sitting at the center and even the drug supply chain that's still causing problems around the globe. So I think number one, we have to take a step and look at shutting down concerts and shutting down events certainly did not do enough in the United States. It was really kind of a three pronged strategy. We really needed to put in better surveillance. We've seen that with wastewater. Something that's troubled me is that the China CDC, if you will, has also drawn back on its surveillance mechanisms, much like what we're doing, Melissa, in the United States, right? We're not doing as much of the monitoring, although we have some systems in place for wastewater detection, which can help see what we're you know, what we're what variants are more current, what we're seeing in the United States. We don't have that necessarily in China. And so we have a kind of a blind spot shutting down a concert won't really do you much good if you have the virus in other pockets, which can spread easily. And we know XBB can. I think the second part of this is vaccination. We know that vaccination doesn't prevent transmission, but it can provide that really good layer, especially for the vulnerable. And then the third prong is treatments. And I think that's where if the United States had to do something today to heed this warning, it would be to kind of make sure all three of those arms of the public health response are ready to be activated. I would like to think they are, Melissa, but I have to tell you, you walk around, you know, the United States today, it feels like people have thought this is over. And I think the news coming out of China reminds us this is not over. All right, Dr. Patel, thank you so much for putting it all into perspective for us. Dr. Kavita Patel, let's trade this. Rebecca, how do you how do you sort of digest this? Well, I think there's two downside risks to worry about. One is within China. If they do do lockdowns, you're going to see a very quick pullback in services. We're seeing that priced into some stocks, but not broadly yet at a vulnerable time. In youth unemployment at 20 percent in China, consumer confidence low, property sector already weak, government saying they don't want to stimulate a lot more. So this would come in a bad time domestically. But then to the point you made during the interview, if they say, let it fly, right, natural immunity, what will be will be. But how do the rest of how does the rest of the world respond? Do we start preventing Chinese from coming in other countries again? Is it going to spread? How bad is that spread going to be? What kind of wave could we see? I mean, I doubt any of us have had a booster in several months, at least. Yeah. So there is some vulnerability globally that this could spread and we could see another mini wave. And to her point, are we ready? So I do think this is a risk that we need to be thinking about pretty strongly over the next quarter, at least. I mean, whether or not China actually decides to say we're going to shut certain cities down or certain sectors of cities down or to say natural immunity, let's let this go. It seems like there is upside risk at this point to a disruption in the supply chain, which is extraordinarily inflationary. That got us into the problem in the first place. That's something you've been talking about. Yeah, it's a problem. And the FXI, if you want to again, we understand the health concerns and we're all sympathetic to that. That's not our mandate here. But in terms of the trade, the FXI is at a pretty precarious level. If you look at it, this sort of twenty seven and a half, twenty eight level has been support for quite some time. There's the chart right there. You can see it close below twenty seven. Things get dicey and so many of these stocks that have been basically carried up on the wave. A lot of the casino stocks we talked about starting taking out to the woodshed a little bit here. One has to wonder, though, it's the inflationary aspect of this that's made a job again. difficult If this comes to fruition, that much more. Well, I would just add not just inflationary stagflationary, which makes the Fed's job doubly worse. But I think it's it's also deflationary in some ways. Right. If China slows down. Right. Demand is lower. Demand is lower. Right. We see commodities lower and that's deep. You know, that's good for the inflation fighting story. But to sort of translate, if you look at some of the stocks like luxury, which I that had just a terrible day today, you know, on the fears of that China was really growing again and that that's where luxury is really making a lot of money. When resorts, you know, a number of Macau related things. But when you ask the question about would they just let it run, does that mean that you continue to operate ports even if some of your workers are sick? You stay open or you come to work sick? I don't know. Is that as opposed to a real shut down? I guess they could, in theory, come to work sick if they are well enough to work. To work. Well, before they did, they contained bubbles, right? So they had workers stay within certain zones. Right. Like backyards. Right. But that still created a lot of supply chain problems because you had
Caller: Dr. Kavita Patel's Suggestion to Lie About Masks Is Disgusting
"Ben what blows my mind the most When given the opportunity to refute you to support this this appeal with evidence she says lie There is no evidence If there was you know here we have trained medical professional who at some point had to take an exam question that said a virus is this big The holes in the mask are this big But yet you know we're going beyond that and all she can say is we need to start lying to people in order to get them to do that You're absolutely right This is about control has been from the beginning And really there's very few issues in America that are more divisive than the mask issue So everyone in America has an opinion about that Literally tens of millions of American can not say their opinion And then we have a doctor of the Obama administration saying well I don't have any evidence So we're just going to lie Say to your kid ask cancer What a disgusting comment I can't even believe
Dr. Kavita Patel: Carry Extra Masks, Guilt Others Into Wearing Them
"Now Democrats have totally gone insane And I'm going to give you an example of this MSNBC has a doctor that's I guess on the payroll that gives them medical advice Doctor Patel they brought her on about the judge striking down the masked mandate and she said I'm deeply concerned about the implications for everything else because of this But then she gave some really good advice I'm being sarcastic At the very end of the interview where she told the American people you need to fly around with extra masks And then you need to lie to people So if you want to stay safe she said the best thing you can do is high quality mass And then when possible carry some extra mass I know this sounds crazy But if you tell someone next to you on a plane KN 95 or a surgical mask can just say right just hand it to them Hey I have an elderly mother at home I've got a child with cancer at home Will you please do me a favor Having the people at least closest to you in that row protecting yourself that could be the best safety So carry some extra mouse and you carry some rapid tests with you if you're traveling So make up a child that has cancer and that's how you're going to fix this problem and overcome it Imagine if this doctor is who you're going to depend on for your life
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand thirteen. This is also a scenario where we don't have the cream courts saying partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. They found that constitutional in twenty nineteen in that overlaps with racial and ethnic artisan groups. And then lastly one thing that concerns me in addition to all of these other actors is that we know that our communities of color are concentrated. A just a couple of pockets in the state which leads to the tried and true mechanism of hacking folks into district to suppress their voice. So you start adding all of these pieces together. The lack of vr for the two thousand nineteen supreme court case the packing the geography of it in this leads to a very scary scenario where the changes we saw are going to be entrenched or another ten years so matthew over to voting rights. I don't know much. But up. Senator schumer going very us senate and using the word 'unacceptable that talk about the situation in texas probably doesn't match the vehemence and and and energy on the other side in what is a political knife fight What confidence have you of voting rights relief at the federal level well grown increasingly frustrated that the democrats are not using every tool at their disposal including abandoning of the filibuster which is worn out a relic of that that protected the minority the minority of politically of the country and now it's preventing majority things from happening around the country. I don't i mean i at some point. Republicans have abandoned any rules in any shame. Anything to do what they wanna do. I think the democrats have to stay at the cologne stay legal but they need to explore the tool kit a little bit more than they've already done. I mean this is a situation texas. The democrats here did their best. They could by preventing nece for as long as they could been in breaking the quorum and doing all the things went up to washington and doing all of that and texas is in wildfire over this voting rights. And all the texans were doing going up to washington was saying. We don't need you to solve all the problems. Just give us a bucket of water. Just give us a bucket of water. Just give us a bucket of water if you give us. The bucket of water will fight it out here. And i'm i mean i hope because a majority of the country wants this. I hope it happens in this case. I hope if anybody's concerned about any issue that matters guns healthcare infrastructure and all that all of those don't matter if voting rights were taken away and that's what this is fundamentally about. I hope the senate hope chuck schumer can get this through but at this point were in september. We've now spent almost nine months after january. Six to get here and still nothing's been done on voting rights. I'm still hopeful. But i'm incredibly frustrated by the pace upon which this has been done. There are great people in the always hopeful state of texas are thanks to two of them for being our guest tonight. Professor victoria de frencesco. Soto and matthew dowd friends of the broadcast both greatly. Appreciate it guys. Thanks coming up for one of our top doctors on the ever-deepening divisions in this country from mask wearing to getting a booster shot or getting the shot at all a prominent on anti mask. Anti vaccine advocate is now dead from complications from covert veronica. Wolski gained notoriety for documenting her own protests including the one where she harass staples employees over their stores mask policy. Well her death has prompted outrage from the far right which claims the hospital refused to treat her with the livestock de worming medication ivermectin. It's yet another disturbing example of what the already strained. Healthcare workforce is up against during this already deadly pandemic back with us again tonight. Dr kavita patel. Clinical physician former senior policy a during the obama administration. Also one of our public health experts on a nonresident fellow at brookings. All right doctor. What is the truth about. i've Including but not limited to the use in humans. It's been approved for yes so brian. I rejected a bit a medication that we have used in humans to treat parasites. It's also been used as you know in animals. That's unfortunately where many current people have tried to get their ivermectin. so i have prescribed. Ivermectin limited cases people who've had parasites from travel abroad other presenting symptoms and the evidence. There have been several trials very large trials. In fact brian looking at the potential for ivermectin use of treatment in cova large one conducted in india as well as several in the united states. All of them have found a resoundingly that there is no benefit from the use of ivermectin. Yet you still see from several prominent physicians with put up berry at large kind of websites facebook ads and have.
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Smaller group of people, you can safely gather unmasked Children with vaccinated unmasked adults, Dr. Kavita Patel says the risk is low for Children who have not gotten the shot and vaccinated adults to go. Massless, she added, is probably safe to not wear a mask in larger gatherings. As long as she used common sense. Today is the 1/100 anniversary of the deadly race riots that devastated an area of Tulsa known as Black Wall Street. On May 31st and June 1st 100 Years ago, hundreds of black people were killed, their businesses burned and more than 35 Square blocks destroyed. Scott Ellis lives in Tulsa, and he says he's been trying to get it the whole story for years in 2000 and two Retired Tulsa police officer named Bob Paddy told us about being shown a photograph. Showing a trench with bodies in it. You could see a steam shovel behind it. President Biden plans to visit the Greenwood neighborhood. What used to be called Black Wall Street and deliver remarks tomorrow, the governor of Texas is vowing to bring back an election billet a special session later this year. House Democrats blocked about last night's staging a walkout before a midnight deadline. Dozens were prepared to give speeches against the bill, which would have made it harder to vote by mail and easier to overturn an election. Michael Kastner. The remains of 215 Children have been found on the grounds of a Canadian school for indigenous students. Mark Mayfield has the story. Tribal authorities in British Columbia say that Children were students of the Kamloops Indian residential school, which closed in 1978. Statement from the SEC Quick Peck Nation says the remains were found last week with the help of about radar specialist so quit back Chief Roseanne Kazmir said in a statement that this verifies what they already knew within their community. A 63 year old mountain climber is dead after falling 500 FT while descending Oregon's Mount Hood. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says the man was climbing with his adult son when he fell yesterday morning. He was dead. By the time crews reached him all seven passengers on a jet that crashed in Tennessee or presumed dead. Ashley McDonald, Rutherford County Public information officer gave an update crazy pulled several components of the aircraft from the waters, including human remains. At this time. The Rutherford County Medical Examiner's office is working with the immediate family members to help identify the victims. Among them is an actor who played Tarzan and his wife, who's a best selling author Jo Laura played the tree swinging legend in TV movies and Syria's His wife, Gwen, wrote non fiction books and founded a Christian Diet program. Plane crash shortly after Emily Blunt's new horror movie is this week's top film in the U. S. And Canada got the Schwartz with more driving the rush. Frank, a quiet place, part two. Already the biggest post pandemic blockbuster expected to rake in nearly $60 million over the long weekend. It earned just over $48 million in this first weekend in North American theaters. Disney's crew well, A starring Emma Stone was second with just over 21 million bucks. Coming in third, is the latest film in the Saw horror franchise. I'm Michel Kastner, and I'm an Kate. So the Bloomberg News Room. Microsoft says the Russian hackers behind the solar winds campaigner back at it again, the software giant says about 3000 email accounts have been breached it more than 150, federal agencies think tanks and non government organizations in a block post, Microsoft vice President Tom Burt said the hackers breached a digital marketing service used by the U. S Agency for International Development called Constant contact, He says the hacker sent phishing emails claiming former pro Is it in Donald Trump had published new documents on election fraud and invited them to click The link in Washington. I'm Nathan Hager. Bloomberg Radio. The back to school shopping season has always been important to retailers, but this year is likely to be a doozy. Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet has the story and consumer wallets fat with stimulus checks help Wal Mart and target blow past sales estimates in the first quarter. Stepping into the fold. Analysts expect an unprecedented shopping season AZM or school district's and colleges plant, Oh, partly or fully resume in person classes this fall. Both retailers have rallied since early March, when the latest round of stimulus payments neared approval and Thanks, Charlie. Today marks the unofficial start of summer and the U. S. Is expected to have a busy vacation season. According to Trip Advisor Hotel searches on its website are rising with Americans planning to take longer vacations and boost their spending budgets. The T s a screen nearly two million people on Friday at airports as people headed out of town for the long holiday weekend, and for those hopping in their cars, gasoline prices are at the highest level in seven years. In overseas trading the CAC in Paris and the DAX in Germany or both flat the make and Japan is up a fraction the hang second, Hong Kong is unchanged, and China's CSC 300 rose a quarter of a percent. Little news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries..
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Moved in the same direction. The truck lost control and ended up in the opposite lanes of the road. According to the Georgia State Patrol. Perez was not using a crosswalk. The driver of the truck, Caitlin Mooney, of Gainesville, is not being charged. Of course, this Memorial Day looks much different than last year's kick off to summer. Dr Kavita Patel with the CDC in Atlanta, says using common sense about your health will serve you well. If you're planning to spend the holiday weekend around, crowd pulls, enjoy beaches be sensible. If you're really crowded against people who you don't know, and you're not sure that they have been safe or vaccinated, then just take precaution. For the most part, social distancing and mask requirements no longer mandatory and Georgia, But Patel says use both if it makes you feel safer. Wdun news time A 34. The whole County school district needs to recruit bus drivers for the upcoming school year, the district, saying it will offer summer training to anybody interested in a bus driver position. There's a possible $1000 bonus if the training is finished by August. If you go to access W W when you can see information on how to apply gas prices down two pennies from this time last week, But Georgia motorists are still paying to 91 a gallon on average. That's a dollar 16 more per gallon than this time last year. Some of the highest prices in the state are in North Georgia, $3 a gallon in both banks and Barrow County's 2 96 on average and hammer, sham and white counties to 92 a gallon in Hall County. More than 100. People attended an in person Memorial Day event yesterday it Gainesville's Rock Creek Park, the Rock Creek Vietnam Veterans Group, which organized the event, along with other local veterans. Receiving praise from Jamie Reynolds, the executive director of C Sue a local school for special needs. Students. Ironic Cassie soon means the ability to push through all adversity. When I look at this group of what they've done for our country, they certainly pushed through quite a bit of adversity. The Rock Creek veterans basically.
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"As Americans who've been cooped up during the cove in 19 lockdown are expected to hit the freeway's even though gas prices are up. Many are determined to get away. We're looking at potentially 37 million people. Taking a trip this holiday weekend and over 34 million of those folks are going to do it in a car. That's Tripoli's Andrew grows, saying that Americans will drive 50 miles or more for Memorial Day weekend, even though those guest prices were 26 year high. Just above $3 a gallon. Senate Republicans are blocking the formation of an independent commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. The tally failed to hit a 60 vote threshold Friday. Most Republicans voting against it. House Republicans are calling for an investigation into the origins of Cove in 19. They sent a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed by over 200 Republicans. Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana. Pointed out. Democrats have had no hearings on the infectious disease lab in Wuhan, China, as some believe may be involved with the virus. The six second TIC tac video of a mouse enjoying some meat at whole foods. Is going viral, a show Bala has the details. Britney Ellis was shopping at the Columbus Circle location when she spotted movement in the Butcher's case pulled out my phone and I'm like, let me record this because this is one in a billion. There's a mouse. Just relax in there eating lunch like nobody's business. Whole Foods said in a statement that they removed all products in the case. Performed a deep cleaning and brought in a third party service for a thorough inspection. Meanwhile, the munching mouse has been viewed well over two million times so far on TIC tac. That is one smart mouth. That is a show Kuala Reporting. I'm Dean YouTube. Southwest Airlines is banning the passenger who punched a flight attendant for life, the Dallas based airline announced 28 year old Viviana Quintana's can never fly on their planes again. Witnesses say she repeatedly ignored instructions became both verbally and physically abusive upon landing on a flight to San Diego. Winona's was arrested and charged with causing bodily injury. Feel free to enjoy your bank yard barbecue this holiday weekend without wearing a mask. If you're with a smaller group of people, you can safely gather unmasked Children with vaccinated unmasked adults, Dr. Kavita Patel says the risk is low for Children who have not gotten the shot and vaccinated adults to go massless. She added that it's probably safe to not wear a mask in larger gatherings. As long as you use common sense, many Americans are planning to either travel or gather for the Memorial Day weekend. After having spent most of the past year lemony activities because of the pandemic, A medical study is reporting a record amount of smokers worldwide. Research done by the Lancet shows. 1.1 billion people smoke tobacco globally in 2019. The study shows smoking tobacco accounted for over 200 million deaths In the last 30 years, 10 countries made up two thirds of the global tobacco smoking population. Some of which include the U. S. China and Russia. The chief medical officer for the American Lung Association, says tobacco use will decrease with continuous effort and pressure from the government and public The reward for information about a deadly road rage shooting involving a six year old in Southern California, keeps growing eight in Leo's was killed earlier this month on a freeway and orange and the reward now stands at $310,000. His mother was driving. When the shooting happened. Aiden told her his stomach hurts and Dean Mutual And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News from the man accused by police of shooting three people in Times Square earlier this month, has been extradited to New York City there. Akane Mohammed, who's 31 was extradited from Florida, where he was arrested days after the shooting. Mohammed is charged with attempted murder, assault, reckless endangerment and criminal use of a firearm. A four year old girl from Brooklyn and two women were hurt in the shooting on May 8th Trouble, including a large fine maybe coming for Deutsche Bank. We're hearing the Federal Reserve is privately told Deutsche Bank that its compliance programs aren't up to snuff, signaling that the bank is failing to follow a number of past accords with US regulators. Credit squeeze is cutting ties with Softbank Group Corp. A backer to Lex Green cells collapsed empire and its temporarily barring clients from withdrawing all of their cash from a fund that invests with Renaissance technologies. This after investors in the fund rushed for the exit. It's also considering retention bonuses for top performers to stabilize the business. Manhattan's billionaire's row will soon feature a men's homeless shelter. These despite a three year effort to stop it. We hear more from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini, residents of the city's priciest street fought tooth and nail to halt. Mayor de Blasio is $60.8 Million Plan to open 150 bed. Men shelter in the closed parks have a hotel. At 1 58 West 58th Street, The West 58th Street coalition brought the suit back in 2018. But the New York Court of Appeals has now ruled that a lower court overstepped its bounds in sending that case back to Manhattan Supreme Court. And all this means that the homeless shelter will be back to back with 1 57 that's considered the city's most expensive high rise. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio. Nike said It ended its partnership with Brazilian soccer star Neymar after he wouldn't cooperate in a probe of sexual assault allegations against him. Made by a company employee. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This.
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"Isolation. Finally got to Janet get to Nick in her husband and two teenage kids late last year. So in December, when friends invited the Glendale family to join an afternoon barbecue, they eagerly accepted. We just go. Okay. We've been home all this time, You know, let's just go few hours and come back The day after the gathering, the host came down with fever. A test confirmed covered 19. Within two weeks, Janet's husband and kids got mild cases of the disease while her blood oxygen plummeted to dangerously low levels. And few days later, I had to go to the hospital. Treatment included an I V drip of the antiviral drug, grim death, severe and constant monitoring things normally done in the hospital. So it surprised Janet when her doctor at Adventist Health offered to move all her care home to be monitored. Virtually it was even better than the hospital am, they're constantly reaching out. It's time for you to do your vitals. It's time for you to take your medications. Doctors and nurses at a command center nearly 200 miles away, manage Janet scare as part of a new federal effort aimed at freeing up hospital beds during public health emergencies. Under the model about 60 illnesses, including Cove in 19 qualify for home treatment, so heart failure, pneumonia, skin infections, those air all patient populations we can safely care for in the home. Dr. Margaret Paulson leads the Mayo Clinics, new home based care program in rural Wisconsin. Paulson says once her patients understand that home care does not mean less care. They eagerly embrace it, especially for patients who have been in the hospital a lot to know that they can actually go home and sleep in their own bed and be with their family and have their pets by their side. It's just really reassuring. And studies suggest at home care provides better outcomes for patients and cost less to provide the traditional inpatient care. Dr. Kavita Patel is a physician and health policy fellow at the Brookings Institution. This is actually a higher level of touch. From physicians and advanced practitioners. 24 7 monitoring and regular video conferencing is augmented by twice daily in person visits by nurses and other health workers who provide basic care such a zanna biotics that can't be given virtually this isn't just sending. You know, Mom or dad to the bedroom, Patel says. It's the technology infrastructure. That's key, including for patients, WiFi phones, ipads and wearable devices with emergency call buttons. Rafael Recall ski is co founder of Medically Home, the tech company that supports at home programs for the Mayo Clinic at Venice, Health and others. Another selling point. He says no facility transfers s patients heal. We stay with the patient until they're fully recovered. That averages anywhere from 20 to 30 days, sometimes longer, so we substitute not just for the hospital. But for all the care that follows. Still, not every patient is a fit. They have to live within 30 minutes of emergency care. They also need to high speed Internet and, says Patel. They can't be too sick. This can't be something where it's so complicated that you are Monitoring a patient worried that they could crash and need to be in the ICU within minutes. But for moderate Cove in 19, and dozens of other condition, she says acute hospital carried home now offered in 30 States is likely to become a more common option for the California report. I'm Stephanie O'Neill. And finally this morning, Let's consider the night sky and the beauty of darkness On a clear evening. Thousands of stars can be visible to the naked eye. But light pollution. Cities and towns can overwhelm the grandeur of the heavens and make the night sky look kind of dull and washed out. Well, some places are fighting back. San Diego County Mountain town of Julian has just been certified as an official dark sky community by the International Dark Sky Network. That means Julian has put in place measures to cut down its light pollution, like promoting the use of special bulbs and light timers to reduce needlessly harsh glare. Julian is only the 13th community to get the official dark sky designation and the.
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"Isolation. Finally got to Janet get to Nick in her husband and two teenage kids late last year. So in December, when friends invited the Glendale family to join an afternoon barbecue, they eagerly accepted. We just go. Okay. We've been home all this time, You know, let's just go few hours and come back The day after the gathering, the host came down with fever. A test confirmed Cove in 19. Within two weeks, Janet's husband and kids got mild cases of the disease while her blood oxygen plummeted to dangerously low levels. And few days later, I had to go to the hospital. Treatment included an I V drip of the antiviral drug, grim death, severe and constant monitoring things normally done in the hospital. So it surprised Janet when her doctor at Adventist Health offered to move all her care home to be monitored. Virtually it was even better than the hospital am, they're constantly reaching out. It's time for you to do your vitals. It's time for you to take your medications. Doctors and nurses at a command center nearly 200 miles away, manage Janet scare as part of a new federal effort aimed at freeing up hospital beds during public health emergencies. Under the model about 60 illnesses, including covered 19 qualify for home treatment. So heart failure, pneumonia, skin infections, those air all patient populations we can safely care for in the home. Dr. Margaret Paulson leads the Mayo Clinics, new home based care program in rural Wisconsin. Paulson says once her patients understand that home care does not mean less care. They eagerly embrace it, especially for patients who have been in the hospital a lot to know that they can actually go home and sleep in their own bed and be with their family and have their pets by their side. It's just really reassuring. And studies suggest at home care provides better outcomes for patients and cost less to provide the traditional inpatient care. Dr. Kavita Patel is a physician and health policy fellow at the Brookings Institution. This is actually a higher level of touch from physicians and advanced practitioners. 24 7 monitoring and regular video conferencing is augmented by twice daily in person visits by nurses and other health workers who provide basic care such a zanna biotics. It can't be given virtually this isn't just sending. You know Mom or dad to the bedroom, Patel says. It's the technology infrastructure. That's key, including for patients, WiFi phones, ipads and wearable devices with emergency call buttons. Rafael Brickowski is co founder of Medically Home, the tech company that supports at home programs for the Mayo Clinic at Venice, Health and others. Another selling point. He says no facility transfers s patients heal. We stay with the patient until they're fully recovered. And that averages anywhere from 20 to 30 days, sometimes longer, so we substitute not just for the hospital. But for all the care that follows. Still, not every patient is a fit. They have to live within 30 minutes of emergency care. They also need to high speed Internet and, says Patel. They can't be too sick. This can't be something where it's so complicated that you are Monitoring a patient worried that they could crash and need to be in the ICU within minutes, but for moderate covered 19 and dozens of other condition, she says acute hospital carrot home now offered in 30 states is likely to become a more common option for the California report. I'm Stephanie O'Neill. And finally this morning, Let's consider the night sky and the beauty of darkness On a clear evening. Thousands of stars can be visible to the naked eye. But light pollution from cities and towns can overwhelm the grandeur of the heavens and make the night sky look kind of dull and washed out. Well, some places are fighting back. San Diego County Mountain town of Julian has just been certified as an official dark sky community by the International Dark Sky Network. That means Julian has put in place measures to cut down its light pollution, like promoting the use of special bulbs and light timers to reduce needlessly harsh glare. Julian is only the 13th community to get the official dark sky designation and the second in California. The other is nearby Beret Go Springs. Support for.
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"Doctors and nurses at a command center nearly 200 miles away, managed Janet scare as part of a new federal effort aimed at freeing up hospital beds during public health emergencies. Under the model about 60 illnesses, including Cove in 19 qualify for home treatment, so heart failure, pneumonia, skin infections, those air all patient populations we can safely care for in the home. Dr. Margaret Paulson leads the Mayo Clinics, new home based care program in rural Wisconsin. Paulson says once her patients understand that home care does not mean less care. They eagerly embrace it, especially for patients who have been in the hospital a lot to know that they can actually go home and sleep in their own bed and be with their family and have their pets by their side. It's just really reassuring. And studies suggest at home care provides better outcomes for patients and cost less to provide the traditional inpatient care. Dr. Kavita Patel is a physician and health policy fellow at the Brookings Institution. This is actually a higher level of touch from physicians and advanced practitioners. 24 7 monitoring and regular video conferencing is augmented by twice daily in person visits by nurses and other health workers who provide basic care such a zanna biotics. Can't be given virtually this isn't just sending. You know Mom or dad to the bedroom, Patel says. It's the technology infrastructure. That's key, including for patients, WiFi phones, ipads and wearable devices with emergency call buttons. Rafael Rakowsky is co founder of Medically Home, the tech company that supports at home programs for the Mayo Clinic at Venice Health and others. Another selling point, he says no facility transfers as patients heal. We stay with the patient until they're fully recovered. In an average is anywhere from 20 to 30 days, sometimes longer, so we substitute not just for the hospital. But for all the care that follows. Still, not every patient is a fit. They have to live within 30 minutes of emergency care. They also need a high speed Internet and, says Patel. They can't be too sick. This can't be something where it's so complicated that you are Monitoring a patient worried that they could crash and need to be in the ICU within minutes, but for moderate covered 19 and dozens of other condition she says acute hospital carried home now offered in 30 States is likely to become a more common option for the California report. I'm Stephanie O'Neill. And finally this morning, Let's consider the night sky and the beauty of darkness On a clear evening. Thousands of stars can be visible to the naked eye. But light pollution from cities and towns can overwhelm the grandeur of the heavens and make the night sky look kind of dull and washed out. Well. Some places are fighting back. The San Diego County Mountain town of Julian has just been certified as an official Dark sky community by the International Dark Sky Network. That means Julian has put in place measures to cut down its light pollution, like promoting the use of special bulbs and light timers to reduce needlessly harsh glare. Julian is only the 13th community to get the official dark sky designation and the second in California..
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"Chuck Clark is live with the story. April We parents are getting less home schooled. You know, it's been almost a year since their students better known Well day in class. Today, some Douglas County middle and high schoolers air going back. It's the hybrid, two point old model little different from last time they did this. I think I was back in November. Either kids are in class or on the computer, not having certain days of independent learning. Superintendent of Doug Coe said some in person learning is better than none and even teenagers are probably liking closer to normal than not Chuck Clark K Away NewsRadio Starting Today, more people are eligible for the vaccine in Colorado, and that includes teachers also child care workers and those over the age of 65. All those people are eligible. The focus, the governor says, is still on people over the age of 70 in Colorado. State officials say anybody in that population who wants a shot and doesn't have it will get their first dose. By the end of the month, The Denver City Council plans to make a final vote on proposed changes to the zoning code, which would allow more people to live under the same roof. Adjustments to the group living policy expected to pass it. Tonight's meeting. Up to five unrelated adults could live in the same house if the measure passes. Now. The changes would also allow more flexibility for placing group living in residential care facilities in Denver neighborhoods. Tom Brady now has enough Super Bowl rings to sport a different one every day of the week, NBC Sam Brock explains. This was Super Bowl number seven. Compare that to the Patriots, who have six with Brady. The Steelers have sex that Cowboys have five. The Niners have five. Some of the most storied franchises in the NFL cannot compete with Tom Brady. The Bucks QB was unstoppable Sundays. Tampa Hammer, The Kansas City Chiefs final score 31 to 9 after that blow out, the 43 year old said in no uncertain terms, he will be back next season. Hate to be a Debbie Downer. But now the Super Bowl 55 is in the history books. What happens now with the big game is over his health bird experts are concerned. Dr. Kavita Patel is a primary care physician in Washington, D. C and, she warns. A new strains of covert 19 are popping up across the country and could spread farther and faster as a result of so many social gatherings. Previously one person could get two people infected with these new strains. It's possible that one person can get three people infected, and so on a new study shows the AstraZeneca covered 19 vaccine has on Lee Limited efficacy against the South African variant of the virus. The mutated strain is more contagious than the original covered 19. At first emerged a little over a year ago. It's not exactly a traffic jam, but the area right around Mars will be busy this month. The United Arab Emirates Hope spacecraft is expected to reach Mars orbit on Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, China's too young when one probe enters the space, followed by NASA's perseverance Rover on February 18th. The rover is expected to make an automated trip through the atmosphere to land in a crater. NASA scientist biryani, Horgan says quote We've spent eight years preparing, so it's a little overwhelming that all of that hangs on just seven minutes of nail biting descent through the atmosphere to the surface. It's known as the seven Minutes of terror, during which time the heat prevents any communication. I'm Alisa Zee and sticking with the I guess astronomical kind of events. Anyone who wants the last of the moon for their love ahead of Valentine's Day is getting a chance to see coming Tuesday. Christie's auction Houses selling off 72 meteorites. How did they do this from celestial objects, including the mood? Oh, they're here on Earth, Not like they're selling star maps, Moon, Mars and Maura for his little $150,000. Now from glass bubbles of Martian atmosphere encased in iron to seven billion year old Stardust. The media rights were found all over the world from the Sahara Desert to Chile. And the online auction title. Deep Impact runs through February. 23rd. Don't They still do that thing where you can name a star? After you loved one I want to get in. Is that wait? They're doing this. No, they actually have the tangible products right there. I think the naming a star is much cheaper, though. Probably, And then you're just point out this guy. Go, honey. You own that. There's the Jo Lynn. Cars for kids brings us that Look at news Europe today. Today 37 coming.
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"Its 73 degrees right now at 7 31 quarterback Tom Brady, now officially seven Super Bowl championships under his belt more than any single NFL team, Brady let the Tampa Bay Bucks to a 31 9 win over the defending champion. Kansas City Chiefs last night up in Tampa. Well, I think they're all special. There's been amazing year. Amazing year we, Scott to a good start 72 and that had a little rough stretch. Just really proud of all the guys were new airplane, a great football team and we got the job done. He threw for 2 to 1 charge yards and three touchdowns. Winning the game has fit Super Bowl men. VP 43 year old says he will be back this fall and with the Super Bowl now in the history books what happens with the big game and health concerns? Dr. Kavita Patel, primary care physician in Washington, is warning that new strains of coronavirus popping up all across the country may spread down farther and faster. As a result of last night it previously one person could get two people infected with these new strains. It's possible that one person can get three people infected and so on, and the concern comes as a new study shows the AstraZeneca covert 19 vaccine. Doesn't really have much but only limited efficacy against the South African variant of the virus. The mutated strain is much more contagious than the original covert 19 that we know from over Ah, year ago. States fascination. Efforts are nearing another milestone. The Department of Health announcing yesterday almost 30,000 more vaccinations, and we could pass the two million Marcus soonest today. Almost 680,000. People have gotten both rounds of the shot. 97 more deaths were announced yesterday over 6600 new cases at 7 33. The Senate is prepping for the impeachment of former President Trump tomorrow. The former commander in chief in the political hot seat for inciting the capital riot, Senator Marco Rubio says not only will it take away from all the work they have to do during this pandemic. It makes no sense to impeach him. Now you can impeach a private citizen. Okay, I don't care what the photo that a cabin. It's a terrible precedent to set, Senator Rick Scott says. This is nothing more than political theater looking backwards. We need to look forward. It's been victim's House. Impeachment managers want Trump to testify, but his legal team said no, the Democrats must now decide if they'll try to compel is time. Timoney with a subpoena. Wendi Grossman News Radio's 6 10 w Y o D 7 34 Democrats report. We're going to try to provide thousands of dollars to parents..
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"4 41 I'm Paul Cross news radio 6 10 wi od Way to have some icky whether to contend with this morning just in some spots, though Isolated rain showers will be passing through here. You have a couple of showers and thunderstorms actually near medley and making its way across through Miami Gardens and portions of Miramar heading toward Hollywood as well where it's 71 degrees right now. It's five a one. Tom Brady now has seven Super Bowl championships more than any single NFL team. Brady leading the Tampa Bay Bucks last night with 31 9 win over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa. I figure all special It's been amazing year Amazing year we stopped a good start 72 and then had little rough stretch. Just really proud of all the guys were new airplane, a great football team and we got the job done. Brady throwing for 201 yards and three touchdowns, winning the game and his fifth Super Bowl most valuable player, the 43 Year old says he will be back in the fall, the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots each half six Super Bowl titles. And as Super Bowl 55 is now in the history books. But what happens now that the big game is over? As far as health is concerned, Dr. Kavita Patel is a primary care physician in Washington warns that new strains of coronavirus popping up across the country. May spread farther and faster. As a result, the previously one person could get two people infected with these new strains. It's possible that one person can get three people infected and so on. The concern comes as a new study shows the AstraZeneca covert 19 vaccine as only limited efficacy against the South African variants of the virus. A mutated strain is much more contagious than the original Cove. It 19 that first emerged a little over a year ago, and the state's vaccination efforts are nearing another milestone. The Department of Health yesterday announcing almost 30,000 more vaccinations, we could pass the two million Marcus soon as today. We did have 97 Maura deaths from the virus over 6600 and new cases. And the positivity rate at just under 7%. Still 503 in the Senate impeachment of former president Trump for inciting the capital insurrection begins tomorrow, Senator Marco Rubio says. Not only does it set a bad precedent. It's taking time away from the work that needs to be done, like getting shots into arms and helping people find work that farming from one o'clock until whenever seven or 8 p.m.. We are sitting in a Senate chamber doing impeachment and not doing any of these other things. And, you know, I don't think we can afford a week of that. Senator Rick Scott calls a political theater. Pretty frustrating. It's there's nothing. There's nothing good for a family out of it. Let me know nobody gets helped with this house. Impeachment managers want Trump to testify. His legal team said No Democrats now have to decide if they'll try to compel his testimony with a subpoena, and Democrats are reportedly going to try to provide thousands.
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"ABC is Kenneth Martin reporting Florida, adding more than 10,500 new cases of Corona virus and 137 Additional resident deaths yesterday, meanwhile, were just a month into the new year and covert 19 has already killed more than 100,000 Americans across the board. Johns Hopkins University data released show 101,317 covered 19 deaths since January, 1st. That number accounts for more than 1/5 of all pandemic deaths in the U. S since the first was confirmed less than a year ago. And health experts want to make sure that football plans are playing it safe this weekend for the big game. The safest way to watch the Super Bowl is to not go outside your current household. So if you can all of us have gotten used to some form of online gatherings, socialization continue that trend. That's Dr Kavita Patel, a primary care physician in Washington, stopping clapping noise makers that is preferred over the chanting and the cheering that goes on at restaurants, bars and other venues. N B A is tightening its mask policies once again in an effort to combat the ongoing pandemic. ESPN reports that the league is going to require players to wear the K and 95 or K F 94 masks in all instances, and they will strictly enforce its current rules on the use of face masks and games beginning on Friday. They hate me. Well, they're home tonight, welcoming the Washington Wizards to tell. They're hurting bad 20 games into the season. They're just seven and 13 overall. 905 jeopardy, revealing the next set of guest hosts. Executive producer Mike Richards made the announcement that journalists Anderson Cooper and Savannah Guthrie, along with Dr Oz and Dr Sanjay Gupta, will fill in for the late host Alex Trebek. And kitchens all over our pact with pandemic food, But what is the favorite? What is theme us to have item? And Trader Joe's. It's Mandarin Orange Chicken fans can't seem to get enough of the ready made frozen meal, the grocery chain dish down its top picks from customers over the last several months. Favorite produce went to teeny tiny avocados while assault peanut butter filled pretzels. Night goods to get best snack and top dessert goes to the dark chocolate peanut butter cups. The mutual news radio 6 10 w y o d mornings at 9 39 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks. Coming up at 9 11 Marco Rubio. The Florida senator will join us. We'll ask him about the problems with vaccines across this country and Fight between ended within the GOP and perhaps some question about impeachment as well. Marco Rubio at 9, 11 Trafficking 9 10 and Israel's 16 W Y O D. America's beverage companies are.
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"They're reporting Florida, adding more than 10,500 new coronavirus cases yesterday and 137 additional resident deaths, the positivity rate down slightly to 8.36%. Health experts also want to remind you and football fans alike to play it safe this weekend, especially with the big game. Dr Kavita Patel of Primary Care physician in Washington, D. C. Has advice. The safest way to watch the Super Bowl is to not go outside your current household. So if you can all of us have gotten used to some form of online gatherings, socialization continue that trend. CDC officials say it's safer to watch the game with those you live with. But if you're going to be in bigger gatherings avoid spreading the coronavirus stomping, clapping. Noise makers are much better than chanting and cheering, especially in restaurants were many years the game between the Chiefs and boxes this Sunday. MBA tightening its mask policies once again in an effort to combat the ongoing pandemic, ESPN reports the league is going to require players to wear K and 95 or K F 94 masks in all instances. Where they are required. League also strictly enforcing its current rules on the use of face messed in games beginning on Friday, and the Heat her home tonight, Miami welcoming the Washington Wizards to town, Miami struggling 20 games into the season, just seven and 13 overall. 705 Space X hoping to launch not one but two batches of StarLink. Many satellites from the Kennedy Space Center tomorrow one Falcon nine is set to lift off it. 1 19 in the morning when we're all asleep, hopefully The other will lift off at 5 36. Whether and all details permitting 75 Whole foods is facing a class action lawsuit over its 3 65 organic honey graham crackers. Plaintiffs claim the name of the food misleads customers into thinking it's a healthy choice. They allegedly did this by making customers think the main ingredients were whole wheat flour and honey rather than non whole grain, flour and sugar. And kitchens all over our pact with pandemic food, But what's the must have item of the year. And Trader Joe's. It's Mandarin Orange Chicken fans can't seem to get enough of the ready made frozen meal, the grocery chain dish down its top picks from customers over the last several months. Favorite produce went to teeny tiny avocados while assault peanut butter filled pretzels, not goods to get best snack and top dessert goes to the dark chocolate peanut butter cups. The mutual news radio 6 10 w y o d mornings at 7 37 06. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you. All right. Think of Jeff Basil steps down as the CEO Amazon. He'll do it later on this summer. Was it mean anything at all? We'll tell you all about that straight ahead coming up, But let's see 7 12 traffic at 7 10 and.
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"A 26 at the 8 36 and continuing much of the way upto 10 3rd Street. Rito Grant News Radio 6 10 wi OT You were taking a look right now Adopt the radar. If you haven't been outside, don't sail. Made the covers. It's really cold 44 degrees right now. In pointing beach. We've got 47 degrees in Tim and Tamarack and 46 Right now in Kendall. It's 501. You. FBI special agents gunned down yesterday serving a search warrant and sunrise doing with they done so many times before Laura Schwarzenberger took down child exploitation suspects and educated others about the crimes. Speaking to students yearly at Westchester's Rock Way, middle and CBS 12 in Palm Beach in 2018 Sextortion is a form of sexual exploitation in which a perpetrator uses coercion to obtain sexual images or videos. Money or even sex from the victim. Daniel Alphen helped take down the dark Web child porn website playpen and also worked the case that led to last year's arrest of the now former aide to Miami's mayor, Rene Pedroso, is accused of inappropriate action with the teen inside City Hall. President Biden's heart aches for the families of the FBI special agents killed in Broward expressed his sympathies to the families of Alphen and Schwarzenberger. They were shot to death by then says that they put their lives on the line, and that's a hell of a price to pay. Travel to members of Congress, viewing the body of fallen Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick lying in honor in the rotunda before ceremonial departure for Arlington National Cemetery. The 42 year old veteran was hit in the head by a fire extinguisher during the capital riot last month and died the next day. Jeff Bell, president of the Broward Sheriff's Deputies Association, says there are plenty of people who support law enforcement. Plenty. You don't law enforcement is under siege right now. Throughout the country this whole summer, we saw an unprecedented amount of law enforcement officers injured in attacks through the riots that we had. So far at least 165 people have been charged for insurrection. Coming up on 503 more Florida Supermarkets will be able to offer the covert vaccine emergency management director Karen Moscow It's announced Wal Mart and Winn Dixie or joining Publix and efforts to vaccinate our seniors. Announcement, part of the federal retail pharmacy Program announced by the White House. Moskowitz says vaccinations could begin a soon as a week from today, but individual stores have not been selected. As of yet. Meanwhile, the state adding more than 10,500 new covert cases and 137 additional resident deaths. Positivity rate for new cases is down slightly to 8.36% health experts, though, want to make sure football fans play it safe this weekend for the big game. Dr. Kavita Patel, a primary care physician in D. C has some tips. The safest way to watch the Super Bowl is to not go outside your current household. So if you can all of us have gotten used to some form of online gatherings, socialization continue that trend. CDC officials say it's safer to watch the game with those you live with, but to make sure there are plans in place. If there are any kind of bigger gatherings to avoid spreading Cove, it stomping clapping. Noise makers were also preferred over chanting and cheering at restaurants and venues. Game between the Chiefs and Bucks.
"dr. kavita patel" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You could earn a full time income as a short term trader. That's the trading group show Saturdays at 8 A.m. R Question line is 8886468787. You've heard Tom Shane on the radio. But have you actually visited Chain company If you're looking From New York City to the world, Tom so So one of the problems out there is a seems like it would be a lot simpler. Just say All right. Let's start with everybody in their nineties. And you get the 90 year olds taking care of that want to get it? And then once you get down, too Handful of bodies left you do Let's do eighties, then seventies, then six and work your way down with the age Show your driver's license. There's your age. Okay, Step up. Take a shot. So they're all worried. About Making sure that there's all kinds of 00. I don't know. Um You got to make sure that minorities you got to make sure that Low income. You've got to make sure all those various categories that they liked. The label is with But the problem with it is There's a lot of minorities that are saying they don't want the shot, so they've reserved ah, whole bunch of shots for a bunch of people. That don't want the shots. This is, um I put all of that There's I think it was 40% of the people that work in nursing homes don't want the shot 90% of the residents do. There's a one Veronica Sharp from the district of Columbia Healthcare Associations of vaccination rate among nursing home staff has been for about 40%. So they have a reserved all this for the nursing homes and the people who live there and the staff. You know, Ohio Reserved for nursing homes. 60% of the employees opted out on getting the shot. There's a bunch of stories about Latinos. That are Apparently Leary Of the shot. And so there's a huge gap. On Uh, various ethnicities that are saying no. We don't want the shot. Uh, Texas show race and ethnicity unknown for more than 700,000 people. But Virginia doesn't they got 52% of the doses were turned away. So now they're worried about Minnesota State law prohibits the sharing of data on race and ethnicity. So they're trying to get they want all this information from the peoples of the day can qualify you to be on the right race and the right ethnicity and the right age and the right at this. That and everything else. And it seems to me Just give it to everybody who's in their nineties and once, though they stopped showing up. Eighties. You're next seventies sixties fifties. I mean, just go right down the list. Isn't that supposed to be the most vulnerable are by age, So why don't they just do it? By age? What is with the government? They're all upset because they don't know. Who got the shot. They don't know what ethnicity you are, They don't know. Who cares? The big story today in Washington. Post Trump White House donated 8700 ventilators to other nations. Officials don't know where many of them went. If you donated him. What do you need to know? For? They went to 43 countries. We spent 200 million to pay for these things. If you're going to donate Donate But the government is so hung up on all of this bureaucratic data. Instead of just focused on the prize, get the needle in people's arms that wanted So we're show well in ski, Um, CDC director Was interviewed this morning. Oh, yeah. Let me get in Dr Kavita Patel. She is also being interviewed today about those two cut. Eight. This is where she's comparing the data for Fizer and Moderna. Johnson and Johnson. That's why I think it's really important to remember when the trials were done and where they were done just to put it into context. What we saw from Pfizer and Madonna on their data did not include trial participants that had these variants and some of the countries in which these variants have emerged. So interestingly enough, you've got Johnson and Johnson, which was in trial in Latin American countries. As well as data from South Africa. Remember Mage. Erna did just put out data last week that against that South African variant that they did not have that 95% Stephanie, So I do think that putting the 95 against the 72 couple of things. You're right. But I would also tell you that it is more critical that we get as many Americans vaccinated as soon as possible if we could do that, with the two More highly effective vaccines in a shorter time. I'm all for it. But Stephanie, I'm looking at those numbers that the Biden team put out. It's going to be summer end of summer. These variant, there are more out there and the ones that we know of that air that are frightening. Some of us are here in the United States, so we do need to get these shots out. And I just want to point out that 85% if you look at the sub analysis for Johnson and Johnson, It does show an 85% risk reduction in severe disease, which is very good news. So she's a government doctor. And She's like people I've seen in government. They Do analysis. To paralysis. They've analyzed and analyzed and analyzed where the shots are going. Who's asking for them? How many are being manufactured? How money? How money Not a year olds. How many eight year olds? How many African Americans how many Latinos harmony? They go down this hole. Just get the shot out, Lady. She keeps saying that, But then the bureaucrats have to stop and keep track of this, and they won't know all your information, anything. Just get it in an arm. If there's an arm in front of you, and you have a syringe. Stick the syringe in the arm. Had leave it up to the people to figure out when to come back. Tell him you're supposed to be back in three weeks. Got it? Yes. You got the.
C.D.C. Pleads With Americans to Stay Home on Thanksgiving
"Right now. Laboratories are warning shortages of supplies likely will create more delays in getting test results. Out especially as case numbers surged joining us. Now physician and fellow at the brookings institution dr patel. She's a former obama white house. Health policy director in an msnbc medical contributor dr patel. It's good to see this morning. We also heard yesterday from the cdc that said please avoid travel now for thanksgiving a week out and we got our first news briefing in four months from the task force. The white house task force. Dr burks and dr fauci. What did you take away from what they said yesterday. And what's your view of these incredibly stark numbers. We just saw good morning to everyone. I think that take away from yesterday was actually both an incredible dire warning about thanksgiving about the numbers that we can expect and then also a ray of sunshine. If we can actually do what we need to do. Dr fauci spoke about the extraordinary. And casey mentioned it. The extraordinary progress we've made with vaccines from operation warp speed as well as global cooperation. But a vaccine does not mean that you can actually just kind of read the sigh of relief and go about your merry ways. It really does mean is. Dr burke said yesterday that we have to do things today and change behaviors today in order to be able to have a light at the end of the tunnel and benefit from the vaccines and willie looking at those pictures. I can't help but shudder and fear that some of those people in line are actually doing testing so that they can go and celebrate thanksgiving. I i know that a lot of what my patients are saying. And and that is frankly a big concern your task force and the cdc again was clear yesterday. Small groups within your own household and do not even travel at this point for thanksgiving. That's about as serious as that warning could be so dr patel as you rightly. Say great news on the vaccine front but for most people in this country. That's at least what six months away to get that so we have six months. Let's say from here to there where anything can happen. If we don't have further mitigation efforts from your point of view based on these numbers that we're seeing the trajectory you say were on and that we are on should we go further nationally or at least state by state in terms of stay at home. Orders for example mask mandates. What would you like to see. Yes this is absolutely the conversation that i hope every governor again because we have no national strategy what we did not hear yesterday was kind of an announcement or a bold proclamation about what we can count on at the national level. So you're right willie. We do need to have mask. Mandate that the state levels nationally. We just need all except that wearing a mask and make a difference. Especially if you're going to go and celebrate thanksgiving with people who are not normally in your household. Here's something that i think is incredibly controversial. That happening were closing schools. Before we're making mold steps close or reduce indoor capacity of a restaurant than places where we know people are getting together. I would do the reverse. I would not penalize younger children where we have seen that. We have not been having as much of an outbreak as we have in other settings that people are moving towards indoors shops and restaurants and then i really hope that on a policy level that we can resurrect some stimulus funding because these businesses especially during a holiday season are dying on the vine and again. It's all unnecessary. We've had zero ability to offer small business owners an away to have reliable testing to even keep their employees safe. And that's what we've decided to do in this country. So that's what i want to ask you about in terms of testing dr patel's a former white house health and policy director. I know the biden team says on day one. The president plans to invoke the defense production act on things like testing these lines. That we're seeing Football fields of cars people waiting for hours and hours sometimes days to get a false result on testing is a massive almost the number one impediment to mitigation because as they're waiting in line. They're missing work if they have work. They're exposing themselves to people as they're waiting for these tests and these test results that sometimes take days to come and for those who are lucky enough. Maybe they can buy a test. But it's not like that for the rest of america. Who is in this situation right here. Which is so unacceptable. Had president trump invoked the deep on testing. Would we be in this situation right now. No your outrage. I can't tell you how much that outrageous felt by so many healthcare workers around the country. Here here's something to wrap our brains around. We were able to develop to at least two highly efficacious vaccines and cheaper than it is to get a pcr nasal swab which your head around that that is unacceptable that somehow we have decided that the ability to actually offer employers to open safely away to actually keep schools open in a way for americans to feel. Testing does not replace masks and prevention whatsoever but it certainly could be a critical piece in finding those asymptomatic carriers the majority of people we know who are either infected or are able to transmit the coronavirus right now if we had reliable cheap and easy testing. It doesn't even have to be perfect makeup. We could do something every three days. We know that that's probably the time period where we could catch the majority of cases and this is just a system failure on all levels that the fda is cdc initially relying on flawed testing in the beginning and then again no national vocation of the defense production. Act at no pressure to try to identify how we can get testing especially to the hardest hit communities black and brown communities where we still have really pathetic testing eighth and turnaround times stability and the and the needless loss of life here is mind. Boggling dr kavita patel. Thank you very much for being on the show this