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"Crisis but could help more quickly fill hundreds of apartments that sit empty at any given time. Kcrw's Anna Scott And USC has won the latest round of Ella's cross town college sports rivalry. And you know, she welcome back to the top. Those air the cheers of the women's beach volleyball team, winning this year's NC double a championship duel after beating the U. C L. A Bruins three matches to one. Southern California's longer the home of beach volleyball champions. The women of Troy held the title in 2016 and 2017 before the U. C. L A Bruins took it for 2018 and 2019. Nobody claimed it last year, of course when the championship was canceled. Because of the pandemic. Support for NPR comes from Subaru, with the 2021 Subaru Forester featuring standard symmetrical all wheel drive and safety. Technology. Love. It's What makes Subaru Subaru Learn more at Subaru dot com. It's 807. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. There is reason to hope that the United States is heading toward a more normal summer. New cases of coronavirus continue to fall around the country. The CDC says 43% of the adult population is now fully vaccinated. And this week the FDA is expected to authorize the Fizer vaccine for Children aged 12 to 15. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us as she does most Mondays. Hey there, Alison. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so the FDA has been trying to determine if the Fizer vaccine is safe for kids under 16. How's the testing? Going? Sure. Scientists at the FDA have been reviewing the clinical trial data, which included more than 2012 to 15 year olds. It appears that it's all positive, Steve Children in this age group developed lots of antibodies have very mild side effects. I spoke to Patricia Stench Field. She is a non voting member of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations, she says. From what's been released so far, the vaccines appeared to be very effective. In this age group seems to be 100% effective. No child in the study on that 12 to 15 year old adolescence got Coben. Now some kids got fevers, though not many. Many had arm pain just like adults and stench. Field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks 100% effective in tests, but her parents ready to jump on giving this vaccine to kids. You know, as survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds only three in 10. Parents of Children in this age group say they will get their child vaccinated. As soon as it's available. Many say they will wait a bit Now I spoke to Dr Lee Beers. She is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics about this, she says, pediatricians will work hard to meet parents where they are answer questions. And try to reassure them. We pediatricians feel incredibly confident in the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. We feel confident in the process that led to its development and are really incredibly encouraged. In addition to being a pediatrician, she's also the mom of a 16 year old who has already been vaccinated and her 12 year old, she says, is on the list to be notified for an appointment as soon as it's available. I won't ask about a detail here. That feels really important Alice. And when people think about their kids, they want to be super careful. If they're going to go get a shot. I'm sure that many people would like it to be from someone they knows from someone they trust like a pediatrician. Can pediatricians vaccinate their kids right in their offices? When this is available? Yes, Some pediatricians will offer the shot right in their offices. Also more than 15,000. Pharmacies will be ready to vaccinate to vaccinate kids. I spoke to a pediatrician in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr Nicole Baldwin. She says her practice will offer the vaccine as Wilson local high schools. Several of our larger public high schools, and even some are private high schools are offering vaccine clinics and I have patients in that 12 to 15 year old age range that are already able to get scheduled, You know, pending the authorization, which we all think is probably coming, so that's really exciting. And she says, despite hesitancy among some parents if you talk directly to teenagers, many are gung ho because after Year arm or of missing out on so many activities. I mean, think about it, Steve. This vaccine can bring liberation. My patients, for the most part, are chomping at the bit to get this vaccine. They cannot wait. They're very excited, she says. Making it convenient to get the shots can really help to is it likely that vaccines are going to be required for students? You know, Lots of colleges and universities have already announced that covert vaccination will be mandatory for the fall term, with some exemptions. Granted, as for kindergarten to 12th grade requirements or mandates will not likely happen right away. No, this is a state by state decision and keep in mind the vaccine would have only emergency use authorization to begin. So here's Dr David Rubin, He's director of policy lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. You know the K to 12 level, I think less likely, I think, you know we're still waiting on safety data or crew. After the kids, it really just started. And what he means here about waiting for safety data is that the FDA requires vaccine makers to provide six months of ongoing safety data before considering full approval, and they don't have that for younger kids right now. Pfizer is the first vaccine maker in the U. S. That's set to request full FDA approval, the company announced. It has started this application. This is for the 16 year old and up population. Alison. Most of the news you've got for us on this Monday is it's pretty positive. But what does it mean that the number of daily vaccinations has been going down in recent days? Well, it means that there's still hesitancy out there, Steve. I mean, there are lots of new efforts to go directly to people in their communities with mobile clinics just to make it easier. Also, WalMart now has walk up vaccinations at thousands.

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05:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Westbound It's 6 80 reported Crash there. No sign of a slow down yet, and a significant slowdown in Berkeley because of the crash between Ashby and Paul still reported in the Diamond Lane and the backup is to Gilman, Joe McConnell four K Q. B T K Q. B D News with Brian Want Returning at 6 22 on this Monday, coming up a deal was reached over the weekend that could prevent dozens of faculty at City College of San Francisco from losing their jobs. School's board of trustees could vote on an agreement later this afternoon. We're following it for you with Brian. What's the latest on the story? Along with Kiki Weeds? Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez. All ahead for you on this Monday on member supported KQED public radio during our fundraising period. Also this morning, we are going to share with you some great ways to support KQED public radio and KQED news. Red flag warning for the Bay Area through six p.m. Tuesday North and East Bay Hills as well as the East Bay interior valleys, according to the National Weather Service cooling trend on the way on Wednesday. In the meantime, Sonny Easier Times Bay Area hides from the sixties to the low nineties, far inland today. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. There is reason to hope that the United States is heading toward a more normal summer. New cases of coronavirus continue to fall around the country. The CDC says 43% of the adult population is now fully vaccinated. And this week the FDA is expected to authorize the finds a vaccine for Children aged 12 to 15. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us as she does most Mondays. Hey there, Alison. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so the FDA has been trying to determine if the Fizer vaccine is safe for kids under 16. How's the testing? Going? Sure. Scientists at the FDA have been reviewing the clinical trial data, which included more than 2012 to 15 year olds. It appears that it's all positive, Steve Children in this age group developed lots of antibodies have very mild side effects. I spoke to Patricia Stench Field. She is a non voting member of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations, she says. From what's been released so far, the vaccines appeared to be very effective. In this age group seems to be 100% effective. No child in the study on that 12 to 15 year old adolescence got Coben. Now some kids got fevers, though not many. Many had arm pain just like adults and stench. Field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks 100% effective in tests, But if parents ready to jump on giving this vaccine to kids You know, as survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds only three in 10. Parents of Children in this age group say they will get their child vaccinated. As soon as it's available. Many say they will wait a bit Now I spoke to Dr Lee Beers. She is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics about this, she says, pediatricians will work hard to meet parents where they are answer questions. And try to reassure them. We pediatricians feel incredibly confident in the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. We feel confident in the process that led to its development and are really incredibly encouraged. In addition to being a pediatrician, she's also the mom of a 16 year old who has already been vaccinated and her 12 year old, she says, is on the list to be notified for an appointment. As soon as it's available. Why won't ask about a detail here? That feels really important, Alison when people think about their kid They want to be Super careful if they're going to go get a shot. I'm sure that many people would like it to be from someone they knows from someone they trust like a pediatrician. Can pediatricians vaccinate their kids right in their offices? When this is available? Yes. Some pediatricians will offer the shot right in their offices. Also more than 15,000. Pharmacies will be ready to vaccinate to vaccinate kids. I spoke to a pediatrician in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr Nicole Baldwin. She says her practice will offer the vaccine as Wilson local high schools. Several of our larger public high schools and even some are private high schools are offering vaccine clinics and I have patients in that 12 to 15 year old age range that are already able to get scheduled. You know, pending the authorization, which we all think is probably coming, so that's really exciting. And she says, despite hesitancy among some parents if you talk directly to teenagers, many are gung ho because after a year or more of missing out on so many activities, I mean, think about it, Steve. This vaccine can bring liberation. My patients, for the most part, are chomping at the bit to get this vaccine. They cannot wait. They're very excited. She says, making it convenient to get the shots can really help Theo. Is it likely that vaccines are going to be required for students? You know, Lots of colleges and universities have already announced that covert vaccination will be mandatory for the fall term, with some exemptions granted, as for kindergarten to 12th grade requirements were mandates will not likely happen right away? No, this is a state by state decision and keep in mind the vaccine would have only emergency used authorization to begin. So here's Dr David Rubin, He's director of policy lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. You know, in the K to 12 level, I think less likely, I think, you know we're still waiting on safety data or crew. After the kids, it really just started. And what he means here about waiting for safety data is that the FDA requires vaccine makers provides six months of.

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06:33 min | 1 year ago

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"Dot org's slash get vaccinated for KCRW. I met Gillom, California may be losing some of its appeal. The Golden State is losing residents. People are packing up and moving out. This case here W is Tara at Ron Reports new numbers from the States Finance Department show. California's population has declined for the first time in recorded history. Last year, 182,000 people packed up the U haul and said so long to California. That's the first yearly drop ever recorded for the nation's most populous state, which has seen perpetual growth since 18 50 on the heels of the famous gold rush. California's population now sits just under 39.5 million more people have left the golden state that have come here in previous years, but we've always managed to make up. The difference not in 2020 mix of things could be behind that, including a reduction in visas for people coming in internationally, a rise in deaths tied to the pandemic and fewer people having babies amid the upheaval of 2020. Figures follow an announcement last week that the Golden State will lose a congressional seat for the first time due to sluggish population growth. KCRW's Tara entry on And the founder of the company that makes skateboarders favorite shoes has passed away. Paul Van Doren, who co created the Costa Mesa based vans, has died at the age of 90. And Zoran was credited for the company's experiments in product design. Distribution and marketing. He launched vans in the 19 sixties with his brother. After moving to Southern California. They opened their first short shoe store in Anaheim and eventually sold the brand in 2004 for almost $400 million. Support for NPR comes for the University of Buffalo, where U. S bio engineers are using micro tissues to find new drug treatments for life threatening lung diseases. Learn more buffalo done, ET you slash NPR. Clouds and fog out there gonna be burning off except perhaps near the beach highs in the upper sixties along the coast sixties to mid seventies inland today, right now, Ellie exits 61 61 in Irvine, 58 in Carpinteria. At 607. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. There is reason to hope that the United States is heading toward a more normal summer. New cases of coronavirus continue to fall around the country. The CDC says 43% of the adult population is now fully vaccinated. And this week the FDA is expected to authorize the finds a vaccine for Children aged 12 to 15. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us as she does most Mondays. Hey there, Alison. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so the FDA has been trying to determine if the Fizer vaccine is safe for kids under 16. How's the testing? Going? Sure. Scientists at the FDA have been reviewing the clinical trial data, which included more than 2012 to 15 year olds. It appears that it's all positive, Steve Children in this age group developed lots of antibodies have very mild side effects. I spoke to Patricia Stench Field. She is a non voting member of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations, she says. From what's been released so far, the vaccines appeared to be very effective. In this age group seems to be 100% effective. No child in the study on that 12 to 15 year old adolescence got Coben. Now some kids got fevers, though not many. Many had arm pain just like adults and stench. Field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks 100% effective in tests, but her parents ready to jump on giving this vaccine to kids. You know, as survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds only three in 10. Parents of Children in this age group say they will get their child vaccinated. As soon as it's available. Many say they will wait a bit. I spoke to Dr Lee Beers. She is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics about this, she says pediatricians will work hard to meet parents where they are answer questions and try to reassure them. We pediatricians feel incredibly confident in the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. We feel confident in the process that led to its development and are really incredibly encouraged. In addition to being a pediatrician, she's also the mom of a 16 year old who has already been vaccine. Heated and her 12 year old, she says, is on the list to be notified for an appointment. As soon as it's available. Why won't ask about a detail here? That feels really important, Alison When people think about their kids, they want to be Super careful. If they're going to go get a shot. I'm sure that many people would like it to be. From someone they knows from someone they trust like a pediatrician. Can pediatricians vaccinate their kids right in their offices? When this is available? Yes, Some pediatricians will offer the shot right in their offices. Also more than 15,000. Pharmacies will be ready to vaccinate to vaccinate kids. I spoke to a pediatrician in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr Nicole Baldwin. She says her practice will offer the vaccine as well. Some local high schools several of our larger public high schools, and even some are private high schools are offering vaccine clinics and I have patients in that 12 to 15 year old age range that are already able to get scheduled, You know, pending the authorization, which we all think is probably coming, so that's really exciting. And she says, despite hesitancy among some parents if you talk directly to teenagers, many are gung ho because after Ah, year arm or of missing out on so many activities, I mean, think about it, Steve. This vaccine can bring liberation. My patients, for the most part, are chomping at the bit to get the vaccine. They cannot wait. They're very excited. She says, making it convenient to get the shots can really help to is it likely that vaccines are going to be required for students? You know, lots of colleges and universities have already announced that covert vaccination will be mandatory for the fall term, with some exemptions granted. As for kindergarten to 12th grade requirements were mandates will not likely happen right away. Now, this is a state by state decision and keep in mind the vaccine would have only emergency. So here's Dr David Rubin, He's director of policy lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. You know, in the K to 12 level, I think less likely, I think, you know we're still waiting on safety data or crew. After the kids, it really just started. And what he means here about waiting for safety data is that the FDA requires vaccine makers to provide six months.

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06:43 min | 1 year ago

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"And with wages remaining stagnant, the pandemic is still taking a toll on most Americans. Bottom line, Nunes, a three on 90. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. There is reason to hope that the United State The CDC says 43% of the adult population is now fully vaccinated. And this week the FDA is expected to authorize the finds a vaccine for Children aged 12 to 15. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us as she does most Mondays. Hey there, Alison. Good morning, Steve. Okay, so the FDA has been trying to determine if the Fizer vaccine is safe for kids under 16. How's the testing going? Sure, Scientists of the FDA have been reviewing the clinical trial data, which included more than 2012 to 15 year olds. It appears that it's all positive Steve Children in this age group developed lots of antibodies have very mild side effects. I spoke to Patricia Stench Field. She is a non voting member of the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization practices. This is the group that makes recommendations, she says. From what's been really, so far, The vaccines appear to be very effective in this age group seems to be 100% effective. No child in the study. On that 12 to 15 year old adolescence got Coben. Now Some kids got fevers, though not many. Many had arm pain, just like adults and stench. Field says the benefits seemed too far outweigh any risks 100% effective in tests, But if parents ready to jump on giving this vaccine to kids You know, as survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds only three in 10. Parents of Children in this age group say they will get their child vaccinated. As soon as it's available, Many say they will wait a bit Now I spoke to Dr Lee Beers. She is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics about this, she says pediatricians will work hard to meet parents where they are answer questions and try to reassure them. We? As pediatricians feel incredibly confident in the safety and efficacy of the vaccine. We feel confident in the process that led to its development and are really incredibly encouraged. In addition to being a pediatrician, she's also the mom of a 16 year old who has already been vaccinated and her 12 year old, she says it's on the list to be notified for an appointment as soon as it's available. Why won't ask about a detail here? That feels really important. Alison When people think about their kids, they want to be Super careful. If they're going to go get a shot. I'm sure that many people would like it to be. From someone they knows from someone they trust like a pediatrician. Can pediatricians vaccinate their kids right in their offices when this is available? Yes, Some pediatricians will offer the shot right in their offices. Also more than 15,000. Pharmacies will be ready to vaccinate to vaccinate kids. I spoke to a pediatrician in Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr Nicole Baldwin. She says her practice will offer the vaccine as well. Some local high schools several of our larger public high schools, and even some are private high schools are offering vaccine clinics and I have patients in that 12 to 15 year old age range that are already able to get scheduled, You know, pending the authorization, which we all think is probably coming, so that's really exciting. And she says, despite hesitancy among some parents if you talk directly to teenagers, many are gung ho because after Ah, year arm or of missing out on so many activities, I mean, think about it, Steve. This vaccine can bring liberation. My patients, for the most part, are chomping at the bit to get this vaccine. They cannot wait. They're very excited. She says, making it convenient to get the shots can really help Theo is it likely that vaccines are going to be required for students? You know, Lots of colleges and universities have already announced that covert vaccination will be mandatory for the fall term, with some exemptions. Granted, as for kindergarten to 12th grade requirements, or mandates will not likely happen right away. Now, this is a state by state decision and keep in mind the vaccine would have only emergency use authorization to begin. So here's Dr David Rubin, He's director of policy lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. You know the K to 12 level, I think less likely, I think, you know we're still waiting on safety data or crew. After the kids, it really just started. And what he means here about waiting for safety data is that the FDA requires vaccine makers provide six months of ongoing safety data before considering full approval, and they don't have that for younger kids right now. Pfizer is the first vaccine maker in the U. S. That's set to request full FDA approval, the company announced. It has started this application. This is for the 16 year old and up population. Alison. Most of the news you've got for us on this Monday is it's pretty positive. But what does it mean that the number of daily vaccinations has been going down in recent days? Well, it means that there's still hesitancy out there, Steve. I mean, there are lots of new efforts to go directly to people in their communities with mobile clinics just to make it easier. Also, WalMart now has walk up vaccinations at thousands of its stores, including in many rural areas were no appointment is necessary. I spoke to Joey Marshall. He's a pharmacist at the Wal Mart in Smithville, Tennessee, actually put a table right in front of the stories. People walked in, and we're having some success getting more people vaccinated. They're just shopping in the store. They're here to buy a lawn mower or whatever we let him know that they can step up and get their vaccine immediately. There's also a new 1 800 hotline Steve the Biden administration has launched you can dial from any telephone to get assistance finding a vaccine. It's another initiative to overcome the digital divide. To make sure technology is not a barrier to vaccination. I'm just marveling over that kind of classic walmart greeter cannot be so right. Get your shot. That's great. Yeah. Now you mentioned something about full approval from the FDA of the fighter vaccine. What difference does it make if they get there? Well with full of approval, vaccine makers could market the vaccine directly to consumers. Also, full approval could pave the way for more mandatory requirements. For instance, hospitals health care institutions, many require employees.

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05:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on KCRW

"What they don't want is election integrity, he says they just want to drum up doubts about the election to provide cover to pass these kinds of bills. Anyone who doesn't look like them or think like them, they don't want them to vote. They don't care of its people of color of discipline, some with disability, someone retired and elderly folks. If they're not looking like them or thinking like them, they're going to continue to introduce bills. To keep them from voting, making it more difficult. That's what this is about, and you'll hear that from legislative Democrats to as they try in vain. TOC stop some of these bills from passing. Republicans control both chambers of the Legislature here and Mary Louise. I would add here in Georgia, at least it all goes back to 2018. When the then Secretary of state Brian Camp ran for governor against voting rights advocates Stacey Abrams, a rematch this likely expected in 2022. All right, talking there with Stephen Feller of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail since Kiev wk are in Lansing, Michigan, and been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix, Arizona, getting a round up of steps underway and their states to change voting laws in the wake of the 2020 election. Thanks. All three of you Thank you. Of course. Thank you. Vaccine makers, Visor and Madonna are testing how well their covert 19 vaccines work in kids, each 12 and up and as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in the clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep discounting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't either vaccine. But she says Getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial, though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, Not only are our teens getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Fizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list, and supplies need to ramp up significantly, But ultimately, the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. So, starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. Promised things with good moving down into younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be is large is the initial clinical trials and adults, Dr Anthony Fauci says. It could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated. According to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity. And given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician least, Savio Beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to her community. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether Got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out my friends and Going to restaurants or movies. But for now, it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR news Black and Latino people are nearly three times more likely than white people to die from covert 19. Yet in big cities across the south, vaccines are easier to find and white, more affluent neighborhoods. More on that NPR investigation tomorrow on morning edition. This is all things considered from NPR news. KCRW sponsors include Netflix, presenting the documentary Dick Johnson is dead. As her father nears the end of his life. Filmmaker Kirsten Johnson uses their families dark humor to help them both face the inevitable awards eligible. Support for NPR come from it Last in makers.

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05:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"What they don't want is election integrity, he says they just want to drum up doubts about the election to provide cover to pass these kinds of bills. Anyone who doesn't look like them or think like them, they don't want them to vote. They don't care of its people of color of discipline, some with disability, someone retired and elderly folks. They're not looking like them or thinking like them. They're going to continue introduce bills to keep them from voting, making it more difficult. That's what this is about, and you'll hear that from legislative Democrats to as they try in vain. TOC stop some of these bills from passing. Republicans control both chambers of the Legislature here and Mary Louise. I would add here in Georgia, at least it all goes back to 2018. When the then Secretary of state Brian Camp ran for governor against voting rights advocates, Stacy Abrams, a rematch. This likely expected in 2022 Alright, tucking their with Stephen Feller of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail since key of W. K a. R in Lansing, Michigan, and been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix, Arizona, getting a round up of steps underway and their states to change voting laws in the wake of the 2020 election. Thanks. All three of you Thank you. Of course. Thank you. Vaccine makers, Visor and Madonna are testing how well their covert 19 vaccines work in kids, each 12 and up and as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in the clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep discounting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't need the vaccine. But she says Getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial, though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, not only are our Keane's getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired. Of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list, and supplies need to ramp up significantly, But ultimately, the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. So, starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. Promised things with good moving down into younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be is large is the initial clinical trials and adults, Dr Anthony Fauci says. It could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated. According to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity. And given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician least, Savio Beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to herd immunity. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether You got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out my friends and Going to restaurants or movies. But for now, it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR news Black and Latino people are nearly three times more likely than white people to die from covert 19. Yet in big cities across the south, vaccines are easier to find and white, more affluent neighborhoods. More on that NPR investigation tomorrow on morning edition. This is all things considered from NPR news. Coming up from K A Z. You news the Big Sur community pulls together in the face of a syriza of Challenges Cove in 19 wildfire and now a storm that's left part of Highway one closed. It's really going to test the financial resource is of the business owners and our employees. That K a Z you? New story is coming up Friday on morning edition on 90.3 K a zoo. You are tuned into your NPR member station. 90.3 Key. Easy. You.

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What they don't want is election integrity, he says they just want to drum up doubts about the election to provide cover to pass these kinds of bills. Anyone who doesn't look like them or think like them, they don't want them to vote. They don't care of its people of color of discipline, some with disability, someone retired and elderly vote. If they're not looking like them or thinking like them, they're going to continue to introduce bills to keep them from voting, making it more difficult. That's what this is about, and you'll hear that from legislative Democrats to as they Try in vain. TOC stop some of these bills from passing. Republicans control both chambers of the Legislature here and Mary Louise. I would add here in Georgia. At least it all goes back to 2018. When the then Secretary of state Brian Camp ran for governor against voting rights advocates Stacey Abrams, a rematch this likely expected in 2022. All right, talking there with Stephen Feller of Georgia Public Broadcasting. Abigail since key of WK are in Lansing, Michigan, and been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix, Arizona, getting a round up of steps underway and their states To change voting laws in the wake of the 2020 election. Thanks. All three of you. Thank you. Of course. Thank you. Vaccine makers, Visor and Madonna are testing how well they're coping. 19 vaccines work in kids, each 12 and up and as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in a clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep discounting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't either vaccine. But she says Getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial, though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, not only are teens getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Fizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list, and supplies need to ramp up significantly, But ultimately, the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. So, starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. Honest things were good moving down into younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be is large is the initial clinical trials and adults, Dr Anthony Fauci says It could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated. According to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity. And given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician Lee Savio Beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to her community. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether You got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out my friends and going to restaurants or movies. But for now it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR News,.

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"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They don't care of its people of color of discipline, some with disability, someone retired and elderly folks. They're not looking like them or thinking like them. They're going to continue introduce bills to keep them from voting, making it more difficult. That's what this is about, and you'll hear that from legislative Democrats to as they try in vain. TOC stop some of these bills from passing. Republicans control both chambers of the Legislature here and Mary Louise. I would add here in Georgia, At least it all goes back to 2018. When the then Secretary of state Brian Camp ran for governor. Against voting rights advocates Stacey Abrams, a rematch this likely expected in 2022. All right, talking there with Stephen Feller of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail since key of W. K a. R in Lansing, Michigan and been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix, Arizona, getting a round up of steps underway and their states to change voting laws in the wake of the 2020 election. Thanks. All three of you Thank you. Of course. Thank you. Vaccine makers, Visor and Madonna are testing how well their covert 19 vaccines work in kids, each 12 and up and as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in the clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep this counting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't need the vaccine. But she says getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial. Though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, you know, not only are our Keane's getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be Key to turning this around. So far, only the Fizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list and supplies need to ramp up significantly. But ultimately the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. Starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety If things with good moving down into younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be is large is the initial clinical trials and adults. Dr. Anthony Fauci says It could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated, according to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity and given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician Lee Savio beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Says Kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to herd immunity. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether she got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out, my friend. And going to restaurants or movies. But for now it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR.

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"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in the clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep this counting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't need the vaccine. But she says Getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial, though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, not only are our Keane's getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired. Of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list, and supplies need to ramp up significantly, But ultimately, the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. So, starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. Promised things with good moving down and two younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be is large is the initial clinical trials and adults, Dr Anthony Fauci says. It could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated. According to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity. And given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician least, Savio Beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to herd immunity. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether You got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out my friends and Going to restaurants or movies. But for now, it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR news.

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"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on KCRW

"If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, the shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group, perhaps by summer. Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in a clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine, she did not hesitate. People keep discounting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't need the vaccine. But she says Getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial, though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, not only are teens getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll a purse leave and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Fizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list, and supplies need to ramp up significantly, But ultimately, the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. So, starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. All these things were good moving down into younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be as large as the initial clinical trials and adults, Dr Anthony Fauci ifs as it could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated. According to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity. And given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician Lee Savio Beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to herd immunity. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether Got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out my friends and going to restaurants or movies. But for now it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR news Black.

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"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What they don't want is election integrity, he says they just want to drum up doubts about the election to provide cover to pass these kinds of bills. Anyone who doesn't look like them or think like them, they don't want them to vote. They don't care of its people of color of discipline, some with disability, someone retired and elderly folks. It is earned, not looking like them or thinking like them. They're going to continue introduce bills to keep them from voting, making it more difficult. That's what this is about, and you'll hear that from legislative Democrats to as they try in vain. TOC stop some of these bills from passing. Republicans control both chambers of the Legislature here and Mary Louise. I would add here in Georgia, at least it all goes back to 2018. When the then Secretary of state Brian Camp ran for governor against voting rights advocates, Stacy Abrams, a rematch. This likely expected in 2022 all right, talking there with Stephen Feller of Georgia Public Broadcasting, Abigail since key of W. K a. R in Lansing, Michigan and been Giles of Cage's in Phoenix, Arizona, getting a round up of steps underway and their states To change voting laws in the wake of the 2020 election. Thanks. All three of you. Thank you. Of course. Thank you. Vaccine makers, Visor and Madonna are testing how well their covert 19 vaccines work in kids, each 12 and up and as NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. If these trials show the vaccines are safe and effective, that shot could soon be authorized for use in this age group. Perhaps by summer, Dr. Nicole Baldwin is a pediatrician practicing in Cincinnati, Ohio, and when her 16 year old daughter had the chance to be enrolled in the clinical trial of the Fizer vaccine. She did not hesitate. People keep discounting kids because they think, Oh, kids don't get that sick. They don't need the vaccine. But she says getting the under 18 population vaccinated could be beneficial. Though most young people tend to have only mild infections. They do get it, You know, not only are our teens getting infected and spreading it, but of the group of kids that get the sickest it tends to be. Our older kids are teenagers. Baldwin's daughter, Kendall says she was happy to roll it personally. Eve and be part of the vaccine trial. I feel like a lot of people my age, you're just kind of tired of everything going on missing out on so many activities, and the vaccine, she says, seems to be key to turning this around. So far, only the Fizer vaccine is authorized for teenagers. Her age 16 it up. This age group is much lower on the priority list and supplies need to ramp up significantly. But ultimately the goal is to be able to offer the vaccine to kids of all age groups. Dr Emily or building of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says the vaccine makers have plans to expand their trials further. Starting with age 6 to 12, for example, testing the right dose testing safety. If things with good moving down and two younger Children, perhaps aged 2 to 6. This will take some time. But since trials don't need to be Isla Rggi is the initial clinical trials and adults. Dr. Anthony Fauci says it could move fairly quickly so that hopefully By the time we get to the late spring and early summer, we will have Children being able to be vaccinated, according to the FDA is guidance. Scientists estimate about 70 to 85% of people need to be immune from the coronavirus to reach herd immunity and given the kids make up about 20% of the population. Pediatrician Lee Savio beers, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Says Kids play an important role immunizing Children against the cove in 19 absolutely will contribute to herd immunity. And the American Academy of Pediatrics has spoken out strongly to really urge the vaccine manufacturers treat pediatric trials with the same urgency that they have with adults. 16 year old candle. Baldwin will find out soon whether she got the placebo or the real thing, and she's waiting for the day. It's safe to do things that she misses most hanging out, my friend. And going to restaurants or movies. But for now it's time to stay vigilant, especially is more contagious variants of the virus circulate. It will still be months before everyone who wants a vaccine can get one. Allison Aubrey NPR news Black and Latino people are nearly three times more likely than white people to die from covert 19. Yet in big cities across the south, vaccines are easier to find and white, more affluent neighborhoods. More on that NPR investigation tomorrow on morning edition. It's.

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"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on View from a Military Mind

View from a Military Mind

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr. nicole baldwin" Discussed on View from a Military Mind

"At some of the BS. I saw from these actions. It doesn't I don't know how to describe. It really really just blew my mind what I read a lot of these. Antibiotics are against having vaccination. We've all heard the the main issues with it. I say that it causes autism that if destroys the immune system and various other stories ninety of their stuff has been been monk debunked by both the medical community. The scientific community and people in general have dealt with. I mean for years. We have gotten vaccinations. And yes there are should any medical procedures not or their vaccination surgical procedure in vaccines are one of the safest things and they have eliminated major diseases across the board in our countries especially in the United States This one case got and that's the only thing I can call him is a doctor out of Out of England that is a big push of the NFL? Vacs movement won't often bushing was pushing the autism pace the vaccines especially Emaar Monson. Is the election causes autism in the studies. That were out. He was just paper in the Lancet and they kind of went with it because he was at the time of respect the docking and then they got the local into it going investigations and discovered is able actually full of BS home tests and things like that were not weren't done properly now a lot As a worn out in some of these favors the World Health Organization the CDC various things like that they wanted out that yes there are issues with things like that happen not necessarily above disposed in their health but because their body just reacted help happen. But it's such a miniscule number across the board across the operation like one in one million have a reaction of axons and has a serious react now. Everybody has some kind of reaction. Did A little red spot there. On your arm Might have a little bit of beaver. Both we go through that with flu vaccine. It's actually trying to activate your Youn- system but those are minor. They are reactions that they're very very minor compared to the benefits of how vaccines are. How actually mortgage now these their pollution that Now is supposed to be a with Rona virus. The Vaccine Dumbbell river thing. It's another way for the government that control man who track them and to force them into A Zombie like state so they can be controlled by the by the governments of the different countries. This is how crazy whistles dot with his Anthrax Vaccine Movement You can look this up all over The Internet behind ball story on their Out ABOUT SEVENTEEN. Different facebook pages that are supported by an antibacterial movement. And they are so full of all kinds of of the ball Bleach treatments and Bobby. I extremely high notions of Vitamin C. Some of those are so they're actually did. This is the kind of thing used to be putting out so it's dangerous but they are pushing back real hard on the Vaccines Brown of our chief. Lebron Avar and they think it's going to be government old. They don't want to be told what to do. Great I understand that sometimes you gotta use commonsense and think about what's good for my kids there's Hashtag out there. Dr Speak Up on twitter. This has been hijacked by the Anti Vaccine Mood in there. The doctors are doing the best. Traffic combat misinformation is going out across this splitter. I don't use twitter that much. I'm really not a whole. This is I'll go into story here that has come out about it. It's rather than omitted. Come out of newsroom. Yesterday says the ASHTEC doctor speak of its trending on twitter because NF actors have hijacked. The HASHTAG started doctors. Doctors Zubin Damani rates online. Content of the name is Z. God MVP started the Hashtag. Doctor speak up moving to speak out against and I buy share misinformation online. The movement is inspired by the backlash and death threats that Dr Nicole Baldwin received after her doc video about vaccines went viral. And I watched this video. And she's actually pointing out all the vaccines through our live These is lives have done. Good it's really good. Really good video yields to younger generation. That these antics are didn't like it they they. She actually received threats over this the after demanding runoff facebook go baldwin a eighty dared the support vaccination tiptop through a coordinated attack from the Anti Vaccine Coal. Putting death threats. There is why we all should be fighting back..

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