39 Burst results for "Easings"
US easing virus restrictions for foreign flights to America
"The U. S. says it will ease virus restrictions for foreign flights to America starting in November White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki calls them strict protocols to cut down on Kobe nineteen spread bite non US citizens flying into the country by requiring that adult foreign nationals traveling to the United States be fully vaccinated they'll have to show proof and the negative virus test result the current rules have kept out many noncitizens for eighteen months irritating allies like the UK who have far lower rates of covert Valentin prime minister Boris Johnson says this will help reunite families and others will be able to get that by thanksgiving that's a great thing Sager made Donnie Washington
Fresh update on "easings" discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Last april actually poindexter tar. Meat from maryland was worried about her two daughters. I don't feel safe enough. I don't feel like there's enough data for me too. Ok vaccinating them but since then her fourteen year old got the shot and her nine year old will as well when it's authorized. Have you had yourself a change of heart. I wouldn't say a change of heart. I would say the circumstances have changed with the children's numbers going up in the hospitals and the different variant. That's come into play. What do you say to the parent who says my children are at low risk and on top of that. There's still going to have to wear masks when they go to school. Yeah i do think that we're going to have to show that as more children get immunized that we can look at relaxing restrictions. The fair point but i all eyes are on the fda once they have the data a decision could be just weeks away. So stephanie let's talk about the really young ones what's the status of vaccine for children. Under five lesser the testing is underway pfizer. Says they hope to have the results by the end of the year and they couldn't come soon enough today we have passed yet. Another painful milestone. More americans have died from kobe. Nineteen then from the nineteen eighteen spanish. Flu pandemic lester. Stunning fact from all stephanie. Thank you a major. Change affecting visitors to the united states for those fully vaccinated. The by administration is lifting restrictions on travel from thirty three countries. Kelly o'donnell is at the white house. Kelly how will this play out. This is a big step to reopen the skies. Andy's tensions with close us allies in europe in november four nationals who are fully vaccinated. Show a negative cova test and provide contract taste tracing information we'll be able to fly to the us unvaccinated americans. Flying abroad will need to negative cova tests. Now on booster shots. The white house is facing criticism that the president created confusion when he said vaccine booster shots for all adults could roll out this week before the fda panel decided differently and only approved pfizer boosters for sixty five and older today the white house said it expects boosters will be approved for a wider group of americans as this process continues. Lester kelly o'donnell at the white house. Thanks let's turn out of the migrant crisis on the texas border the homeland security secretary. Was there today. Defending the federal response saying his agency was taken by surprise by the huge influx of. Mostly haitian migrants morgan. Chess keys. There tonight tonight in del rio texas. This is where thousands without a whole way to see where they'll go tomorrow. Still more than ten thousand migrants in this massive camp mostly haitians surviving in makeshift shelters the groups swelling to nearly fifteen thousand. Strong this weekend until a mass convergence of law enforcement hundreds of state troopers in cars and border patrol agents on horseback walking more people from crossing. The river into the united states is heartbreaking. Del rio maior brutal lozano says calls for help from the binding administration or mostly ignored till it was too late. I've seen the desperate looks.
Biden Easing Foreign Travel Restrictions, Requiring Vaccines
"President Biden will start easing restrictions on foreign travel into the U. S. starting in November the administration will require all foreign nationals flying into the country to be fully vaccinated against covert nineteen they'll have to show proof before boarding along with the negative results from a test taken within three days of a flight the new policy replaces a patchwork of restrictions that restricted travel by non citizens who'd been in several countries in the past two weeks including the UK European Union members China and India the president's also tightening rules were unvaccinated American citizens will have to be tested before and after returning to the U. S. Sager mag ani Washington
Fresh update on "easings" discussed on Ernie Brown
"Fox News. I'm Steve Rapp report the Biden administration easing foreign travel restrictions to the U. S. Beginning in November, Foreign citizens will be allowed to enter the country by plane if they show proof of vaccination and the negative covid 19 tests. This new system allows us to implement strict protocols to prevent the spread of covid from passengers. Fine international into the United States are firing that old foreign nationals traveling to United States be fully vaccinated. It's based on public health. White House Covid 19 response, team coordinator Jeff Science. Wall Street finishes in Red Territory. Bikes posted big losses as bond yields slipped. Energy companies were also among the biggest laggards in Cryptocurrencies in crypto related stocks also got battered down, falling 614 points. The NASDAQ Down 330 S and P 500 down 75 Foxes..
The Atlantic Shares a Study, Showing Most COVID Hospitalizations Were Mild or Asymptomatic
"An article about this new study about covid and hospitalizations. The study has gone viral, and I'm candidly shocked at its out there because the Atlantic isn't a left is the left leaning outlet and the fear porn agenda by the left. If your porn keeping you, you know Terrified, anxious about covid all the time has been nonstop, and I'm starting to wonder why that's easing up a bit. Um, my guess here is that the left is starting to figure out that they're on the wrong side of history with this, and they want to get a few articles on the record so that they can go back years from now, when they realized they were, they were part of a of a fear porn agenda. They want to say Look, No, I printed this article. I was one of the same ones. That's my guess. They want some. You know something in the chronology they're showing they weren't as crazy as they actually are. So the Atlantic has an article about hospitalizations and covid and some of the figures in the Earth stunning. They indicate folks bottom line up front. That upwards of 50% of people hospitalized. This is important with Covid. Not necessarily because of Covid. Maybe there with mild or asymptomatic, asymptomatic conditions. Meaning for the leftist listening. There's no symptoms. Meaning you may have
Fresh update on "easings" discussed on The Dana Show
"Their duty. The officer killed William Jeffrey had been a cop for 31 years. The Harris County Sheriff's Department is investigating. The White House says President Biden supports a full investigation of the drone strike mistake killed as many as 10 civilians last month in Afghanistan and that he was briefed Friday morning before Centcom's public announcement. But that he still has confidence in over the horizon. Counterterrorism capabilities. Now the U. S. Troops are out of Afghanistan. A patchwork of restrictions on foreign travel to the U. S. Will begin easing in November. But air travelers will now have to show proof of vaccination and negative covid tests. Vaccines continue to show that they're highly effective. Including against the dealt the variance and White House Covid Response coordinator Jeff Signs says it's a public health decision, though it does not apply to land borders. Pfizer says it's covid vaccine works for Children ages 5 to 11 After testing a lower dose on more than 2000 kids, they now plan to seek authorization to use it. New York City announces weekly random testing on unvaccinated students. America is listening to Fox News Do you My love My heart is rendered just as soon as I do. We don't defender vendor because my ice cream truck is the way I make cash..
US Consumer Prices Rise 0.3% in August, Lowest in 7 Months
"There is a hopeful sign Americans are starting to get some relief from high prices for goods and services the labor department says consumer prices rose again last month but by a lower than expected point three percent that's the smallest increase since January blending hope inflation pressures may be easing prices surged by nearly a full percentage point in June and by a half percent in July over the past year they're up more than five percent Sager mag ani Washington
Fresh update on "easings" discussed on The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
"Are believed to be non life threatening. They also say reports of active shooters at other schools in the city are not true. The FBI assisting in the investigation at Heritage High, No word yet on a motive or suspect students were being sent home early veteran officer is dead, another hospitalized after a shootout as they served a warrant this morning. In Houston. The suspect they were trying to arrest was shot and killed. Mayor Sylvester Turner calls it a tragic day is another reminder that police work is inherently Dangerous. Uh and you never know. Police officers never know what they're going to face when they leave their homes during the course of their duty. The officer killed William Jeffrey had been a cop for 31 years. The Harris County Sheriff's Department is investigating. The White House says President Biden supports a full investigation of the drone strike mistake. Killed as many as 10 civilians last month in Afghanistan and that he was briefed Friday morning before Centcom's public announcement but that he still has confidence in over the horizon. Counterterrorism capabilities. Now the U. S. Troops are out of Afghanistan. A patchwork of restrictions on foreign travel to the U. S. Will begin easing in November. But air travelers will now have to show proof of vaccination and a negative covid tests. Vaccines continue to show that they're highly effective. Including against the dealt the variance. White House Covid Response coordinator Jeff Signs says it's a public health decision, though it does not apply to land borders. Pfizer says it's covid vaccine works for Children ages 5 to 11 After testing a lower dose on more than 2000 kids, they now plan to seek authorization to use it to York City announces weekly random testing on unvaccinated students..
Sky-High Auto Prices Predicted Until 2023 Due to Parts Shortage
"Auto prices are forecast to remain high because of a parts shortage according to analysts and other goods could follow a shortage of computer chips at its at auto prices soaring appeared to be easing but that hope has now dimmed a surgeon covert cases from the delta variant in several Asian countries that are the main producers of auto great chips is worsening the supply shortage analysts say record high prices for vehicles new and used as well as rental cars will extend into next year and possibly twenty twenty three beyond autos vital components for goods ranging from farm equipment and industrial machinery to sportswear and kitchen accessories are also bottled up at ports around the world as demand outpaces supply in the face of a resurgent virus I'm Julie Walker
Flooding From Ida Kills Dozens of People in Four States
"Officials now say dozens of people from maryland. To new york were killed. As the remnants of ida caused record breaking rainfall that led to flash floods and power outages. The severe weather hit the northeast days. After autumn made landfall as a category four hurricane in louisiana. President biden is planning to visit new orleans tomorrow today. He gave an update on the federal response to ida from the white house including efforts to get critical supplies like fuel to affected areas removing already quickly to increase the availability of gas and easing the pressure on gas prices around the country. I've directed the secretary of energy jennifer granholm to use all the tools at her disposal including the strategic petroleum reserve to keep gas flowing to the pumps but also spoke about california where officials say the kaldor fire has destroyed more than two hundred ten thousand acres near south lake. Tahoe the past few days of hurricane ida in the wildfires in the west and the unprecedent flash floods in new york and new jersey is yet another reminder that these extreme storms in the chronic classes crisis are here. We need to do. We miss better prepared. We need to act
"easings" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"Resignation letter. Mr hand pre praised former town manager christina therion left position in may for giving a mandate to modernize the town's police department and for supporting his efforts. She showed strength of character and dealing with the select board. She stood up to bullying remained on course to do the right thing for china's regardless of the petty personal agendas whose main priorities to restrict the reorganization of an already demoralized. Unprofessional when extremely disorganized. Police department. Rather than attending to the business of people who were elected pitches. That's small town news before we go any last words. Green givebacks innate it I wish i had the name of the lady that follow on cousy immunologist but sees amazing. She goes through. She listened to those people's videos and she refused to sit for point from point. I loved her. I think i follow her to jason. Any final words Hey the person that broke my window last night you dick go fuck yourself now. They wish looking on that will dirty penny all right as we move forward and we ease into this. I will say this. Try to look on the positive side of things. Try and look for the fun. Try and look for the upbeat but don't stanford bullshit. That's what we're going to. We're going to be fun gonna have fun but we're gonna continue to call out the bullshit where we see it. It's just not going to be the whole a limit our bullshit. So we're gonna do so as we move forward. We're gonna have a hot angry summer but as we move into the fall. That's what we're gonna do so everybody out there be safe. I really don't want you to die of stupidity. Really don't even if it's somebody who i completely and utterly disagree with and i think is terrible. I don't want you to die. I'm not happy that stupid woman in maine died. I'm not happy. The guy in in nashville died. I'm happy he can't lead people to listen to his radio. Show and not get vaccinated. I'm not happy about anybody dying from this. So for the love of god just get a fucking vaccination and stop being stupid about it. Just stop it. Stop it and one more thing before we go. You know what. I know about afghanistan. You know jason shit. Don't know that much about afghanistan. And the things i do know i only know little bits of so. I'm not going to weigh in with a bunch of well. This should about this and this should have been this. This could have been this. And i encourage everybody else to shut the fuck up about it as well because you don't know shit about it either and yeah i feel bad for the people who get left behind and have to deal with the bullshit that is going to be the taliban. I don't know could we have done better with it. I don't know i know we were. We were painted into a corner by by president. Who said we're going to get out. We're going to get out right away. And then drew her forces down to twenty five hundred. Yes that happened then. Had a meeting with the taliban. There's let thousand taliban prisoners out of out of jail who can now fight on the taliban side including the president right. Set it all up. So good joe biden done better. I don't know who waited longer. Would we have saved more people there. I don't know and neither do you. So the fuck up about it. And i'm talking to the average person on facebook. I'm talking to the talking heads on tv. 'cause you don't fucking know either and if you don't fucking no shut the fuck up you fucking fuck wads. We've been there for twenty plus years things change things happen that you don't know about so shut the fuck up eddie murphy said to bill cosby have a coconut smile and shut the fuck up. And that's it for this episode of the w. t h podcast. We'll see you next week..
"easings" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"Conflicting information. There's no conflict. They should not be there. Is if you consider bullshit. You hear on facebook to be to be information. People point to the virus website. If you're going to the vaccine accident. Er the people point to that fucking place and say all their seven thousand people that have you any. But i report on it right. Now that i had a fucking injury due to the puck and back seen anybody can report whatever they want on their shirt and it takes them a long time to fucking weed out the bullshit. So because of all these fucking idiots out there They've clogged up the fucking system. So they can't even tell what's real and what's not but hey who wants who knows the doctors that are treating people they would have reported on it but what what about the nurses who refuse to give back. Those nurses welcome all well before her passing. Cindy johannesen made several facebook posts that compared the three available vaccines to experimental drugs. Despite backing from the food and drug administration and from national and international public health authorities the pfizer biotech vaccine. Of course we mentioned received full. Fda authorization for people ages sixteen older still emergency approval for twelve to fifteen year. Olds the avatar. on johannesson's facebook account says quote. I don't care if you've had your vaccine. I don't care if you have either cindy because you're dead now and you're in. The world is not a worst place because of it the was at too. That's that's right. I said something about the dead. Come on cindy haunt me from wherever you are you and you in valentine me usually hang out and talk about it fucking people's. Valentine was remorseful deathbed. Well there are some people who as they're ready to go meet their maker. What i was wrong but some people. That's some people just fucking art. They're facing down and they're like no. I'm going to die from this thing that doesn't exist. Oh it's killing me but it doesn't exist. What what a fucking day this is. Wow something imaginary is killing me. Is this like one of those horror movies where you dream something and it kills you and your dream but it doesn't really exist. I guess it is. Because i'm a fucking moron but good at least i can't make any more stupid facebook proce from the great fucking beyond. So where did i that. The anger is good through labor. Yeah okay and this is what we're facing now sure. There were doctors that walked out in florida. This there was la times article this afternoon doctors. Who are saying that. They are at the point of not giving a fuck about unvaccinated people. The people in the medical system are tired. We we we oppose the show last week. So i'm gonna say it again. There is a finite number of doctors. Nurses there's a finite number of Icu the icu. Bids there's later vince. Their finite number of ventilators there are finite number of respiratory therapists. So and they're all very very tired. They're all very fucking tired. One of my friends is an er nurse. I saw her about a month ago. And i said how you doing. A c looked at me. Like i had through her back in vietnam and she was in the mind. You know like saying six thousand yard. Stare thousand yard stare is like she can't get any worse than it was last year. That's where our fucking people are the people that have to save your life and we have the solution and people won't take it right so you're fucking grant your dad could have fucking heart attack and not be able to get in the hospital. Because you're the mass won't get a fucking vaccine Your kid could be riding their bike and get hit by a car and they can't get in so because because you won't get the fucking vaccine. Yep a buddy of mine. I both knows the doctor. Now he Down in san diego. He was He was telling me he's he's been on doing ra- he's doing his his his his residency right now and he just got done doing emergency room detail like the eds. Wrote some of it. I don't know the terminology And he said people are fucking nuts like they come in like he's get their licey by them and then they ask them. Would you like to get your unbagged. Something like the person in there because like the have fucking coded and like and they're in the guys like now. This is my second time. I think i'll be all right. I'm gonna i'm not gonna. Meanwhile the guy is like on the doorstep of fucking death and like he's trying to get him to but he's now my my my buddies now just like it allowed to come back to the fucking. I mean i had to my hands. I mean i think you do. I've gotten. I've gotten to the point where i cannot give a fuck. I guess at a certain point and not to sound callous. But i think kareem is right at a certain point and believe that would be the second time you get one the second time you come in with cove it if you're not vaccinated but you could be vaccinated you then have to sign sign a document saying i will no longer seek medical treatment for covert infection. Matter of fact you can't even go to fucking pharmacy to get shit. You can't go to the drugstore and by the next x korean is being a little draconian with us. I'm all for you can have your music or fuck immunities. It's not gonna do you any good always say like we said last week. Oh you can do can eat oranges in the fucking sun. That's it that's all you can do fucking son. That's okay come. We get any more. Oh you know you can also you could also get one of those inversion tables and hang upside down and hope. All of this stuff runs out of your lungs dope. That's all right. That's enough cova. Talk excuse me anger. Let's go now to major league baseball. Hey remember jack morris. Tigers great pitcher jack morris. He's now tigers mediocre broadcaster. jack morris. Well he was he said this. Now what do you do with shohei. Ohtani berry better kilfoyle. So has what do you do shohei otani. And he makes he makes a Outdated someone with some would say offensive accent. So what do you do with jack. Morris what well you suspend him even though he immediately someone clearly gotten his ear because then he said this well folks shohei otani is coming to the plate and It's been brought to my attention. Ice sincerely apologize. If i offended anybody especially anybody in the asian community. No no no no. I apologize if i offended. somebody immediately. Says you don't understand yes which is.
"easings" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"Are a male liable. The las vegas raiders are not letting you in to see their game unless you are vaccinated or have a negative cova cast. Now if you show up and you're not vaccinated and you don't have a cova test. They do have a solution for you. You can go and get vaccinated because they're doing it in the parking lot and then you can watch the game with a mask on. And if every sporting event if every venue started doing this across the country the nfl a big one. A big one. Now the raiders are weird. Outlier i'm proud of them for doing it. I'm happy they're doing it. Everybody needs to follow suit with this shit. Everybody saints game tonight There was a tweet of a video of a security guard turning a couple of way because they didn't have their vaccination card good and then somebody else a couple of weeks ago that said they got vaccinated. 'cause they wanted to go see harry styles in concert. Yeah whatever whatever the reason. It's you want to participate in society with the rest of us. You need to do your part to make sure you're helping maintain the public health. Whatever that looks like. That is the consequence of your choice. You can choose the non-vaccinated but the rest of us can choose to not have you be part of what's going on. And that is the consequence and that is freedom. Freedom isn't just. I get to do whatever the fuck i want and fuck everybody else. That is not what freedom is. That's what being a toddler is. And then i've been watching some some Some other stuff and the the fucking vaccine isn't in your system but like two weeks right. The vaccine goes in the. Antibodies get triggered the antibodies build up. And those are in you. And you're not magnetic. I know point of. I stuck to anything. There's no metal sticking to me in a is not being changed at all at all scientifically. it can't happen. It's fucking can't happen well. These people don't understand science so there's that Meanwhile you know who does garth fucking brooks garth fucking brooks hit pause on the remaining stops on his stadium tour and says. It's because of the resurgence of kobe. Nineteen cases across the country. He announced last week. He scrapping five upcoming stadium. Shows at football stadiums outdoor stadiums by the way to baltimore charlotte cincinnati nashville and foxborough mass. And says he was wrong about covert being done. He said in july. I sincerely thought the pandemic was falling behind us. A lot of us did now watching this new wave. I realize we're still in the fight. And i must do my part. It's an about face for garth Tmz reported last month. He played in front of a packed. House of sixty eight thousand in las. Vegas at the raiders stadium. Ticketmaster says it'll refund all tickets and garth says he's hopeful. The shows can be rescheduled when this wave seems to be behind him now garth in is banned or vaccinated as are his tour crew but he previously said he would not require. Concert goes to be vaccinated. Show proof of a negative cove in nineteen tests so they cancelled the shows that they did that lala palooza and it was not a super spreader event right sixty eight thousand people Like do you realize how like talk about taking one for the fucking team. Regardless of him not taking like forcing people you vaccinated at his events like how many how many locations six he's canceled. Five more shows. I've show sold out. That's like millions. And millions of now garth brooks has more money than it ever read. So it's not like he needs the money but but it it says a lot. Unlike this cocker paul anka. Oh a paul anka really. Yeah paul anka's got a simple but effective blueprint for planning his tour. During a pandemic hope for the best plan for the worst he'd l- joined. Tmz live and broke down how he's gone about launching his his fall tour. It was upended last year due to nineteen raging out of control. Basically everything closed. Paul's praying things settled down in any event. Paul's anka sing sinatra tour. Oh good he's doing covers kicking off october. Twenty third new york is sold out. What's more he says. The venues playing. We'll we'll have some sort of requirement for those who want to attend. He didn't specify what it is. But tons of venues are now requiring vaccination prove or prove a negative test. So i guess if that's the case okay. Paul essentially says all we can do is worry about. What's in his control like the logistics. He's done that. The rest is up to fate. No it's not up to date. In the meantime he says between now and his tour. He'll be working on his next album. Paul anka mike christmas 2021 2021 assuming he doesn't get covered and die before then what you know new york has already has their their a band aid. He'll that'll be safe Real quickly Cover greg abbot of texas Tested positive for ovid but As as he is a paraplegic and a governor he gets the top level treatment top level. He's a paraplegic. Yeah he's always knows. Wheelchair no alley no fucking idea. Because they don't show it it's like it's like Like roosevelt roosevelt. Except if roosevelt were dumb ass meanwhile mississippi. Let's look to mississippi for something smart sentence. You never thought you'd hear me say well wrong wrong wrong. Those who contract cova nineteen and mississippi are being asked either isolate a home for ten days or more or they face a prison sentence of up to five years. Now if you're exposed to cova you're supposed to isolate for ten days and get a negative test before you go out amongst the people well. The new order was issued by the mississippi state department of health is cases. Continue to mount in that state since corona virus can be life threatening those who don't comply with the alert could also potentially face a five thousand dollar fine along with that prison time it is one of the least vaccinated states in the country centers for disease control and prevention reporting only about thirty eight percent of the eligible population is fully vaccinated. The order went into effect last friday. So good for mississippi man still don't have a mass mandate i feel like like how are they gonna. There's so many people that i know even in california. I know i know somebody that pretty much. Almost one hundred percent did not have ki- i mean had cove it but specifically did not get tested right because he didn't want have to tell us work. Sure i mean like. He stayed home until he didn't have a fever anymore. But he didn't take it fucking intestacy if he was negative where he went back to california is paying for twenty for you. Get in free Vacation or sick leave. And that's but he works for a small company up in the northern part of don't case it. My state of california is giving eighty eighty hours of vacation time. You didn't care man is fucking an audit is. He is a fucking horrible person. I i deleted them from my friends list. Even though i've known him for a long time and i didn't think he was a idiot. Well you know now. We learn a lot. Don't we learned a lot. We've we've found out a lot of people. We we knew are idiots high wrapping up our code talk. A republican state lawmaker in maine who recently attended an anti vaccine mandate rally at the main state house said that his wife reportedly died after a long battle with cove nineteen and that she was reluctant to get vaccinated because of quote.
"easings" Discussed on WTH Podcast
"W. t. h. Podcast too low there. My name is nate with me. As always is kareem can say hello and back from the other side of the country. jason casey. what up so Just want to address something really quick last week cream and i did record a show but there were some little glitches in the audio. No and it was too distracting. And i did not put it out Well okay so yeah. That was why there was no show last week. Was we edit technical difficulty. I tried to record it home. And that is exactly why people need to come to darling new media podcast studios to record because when you come into the studio everything is set up. It's set up for you. It's set up and it works. you don't have to worry about it. You don't have to have to worry about the weird audio thing and it happened to me. And i'm i know what i'm doing. But i got a last-minute set it up the whole thing. I heard it here and there and i was like gosh. I really hope that's on kareem's end and i can get it out and now it was right and it was right in the middle of talking to That's off so it wasn't. It wasn't even something. I could go through and fast hideously edit out because it was like mid word. Yeah i'm like no. We're not doing that. We're not doing that this time. It was that sucks do so. That's that's why there was no show last week Do jason had everything to do with me and That setup so we're back I don't remember if i announced this this past week or the week before but coming up after labor day weird going to do shows that are more fun. Okay less anger. I know this is the first time you're hearing it We'll still have the angry. Moments will still have the airing the grievances every now and again they'll be moments but for the most part not that we're not going to be doing any political talk but we're going to try and stay away from the angry because at times the show. Isn't that fun. I guess is. I think it was two weeks ago because kevin fontana who did our theme song here and hates when i mention it and by all means. Don't go to his youtube channel. Do not and tell them that you heard about it from us. Pissed so Yeah well we've got this week and next week we can be as angry as we like. We're easing into easing into a more fun. W. t. h. pod. We all need mir's in front of us so we can see. Make sure we're smiling. Yeah well normally we do video so we're we are live on facebook well you it's private but we are live on facebook right now but i decided to be live on facebook without video. Yeah why not so. Basically you see our logo and a little pulsating ring around it and you can hear our voices live if you're hanging out there on facebook so welcome in doing that Doing different things with facebook as we move forward. I know there's a variety of things that we can do. But i want to sort of tweak the show a little bit and make it more fun i so that we can have been more of a party atmosphere for people to come in and hang out as opposed to be. It's turned into the angry corner of the coffee shop really has and rightfully so in some ways but that can be a lot for people and it's it's been a it's been a hell of a time so that's all happening said. Welcome back jason. Thank you wanna you wanna talk about Remember you can be angry man. Somebody broke the rear quarter. Window of my My van stike drove by it lake in. It's the most difficult piece of glass on the vehicle to replace and nobody has it. Located is gonna make it difficult to replace. Nobody has it. The closest one that dealership has won his inzerillo sleep in southern california. That's not close at all so that's not happening and then When i called any glass now which is like safe light competitor. The only two that they had available to them. Where in florida and tennessee and those were not going to be coming our way. Sure so they're gonna have to order it directly from the manufacturer. What is safe light. Tell you will save flight. Said that it's going to have to get it from the honda dealership. Talked to the honda dealership. Gotcha because i was doing all the groundwork this morning. Because see flight argued that i wasn't going to be seen like just looked at like to make an appointment for Like until like thirty. I was like the first day i'd be able to go in for them to look at it. That is a that is a week a little over a week away almost ten days so i was like fuck that they clearly are busy with assholes. Busting out windows. Yeah yeah so Anyhow so that's spent a large portion of the day doing that and talking to geico and as others like cleaning it up like this morning this afternoon Like yesterday. I was trying to think to myself that i don't want to think that somebody intentionally did it. Maybe something like a rocketed or something like because it's not nobody can steal anything out of it like it's not a window that somebody can steal anything out of unless they just wanted to see what was back there to see if there was anything to take right and that and that may be the case that could have been the case vans. Those windows are all dark and so it's tough to see and they would have done that and seeing that there was nothing in there except car seats Those are valuable though. Yeah well i mean listen take the whole car like i would have a much easier time dealing with it the car you can get a new van somewhere in fucking being. I can get a brand new van tomorrow. I could get a new van right. I cannot get new glass for at least two and a half weeks. Say for really pissed. Somebody wanna inconvenience of now. You know what to do you know what do there's there's our there's are angry bitter tip of the day. Yeah so it had me in such a funk. There's no way. I can be any semblance of a positive person. Podcast tonight because they've also been dirty. Yeah because i've also been dealing like you know the stress of like traveling right now Fucking sucks with two little kids two little kids. Like you're just fucking sucked. Not so i do it all day. Pre-coded right or like. I didn't have to worry about fucking assholes that that aren't wearing their mass correctly. And don't care about the other people on the plane with and you've got your your daughters. Who are both very young and cannot be vaccine cannot be vaccinated. I'm getting ready to go into but fuck egypt like in the middle of nowhere like up in north st like northern new york. Which if you know new york. There's there's there's there's there's like northern new york is almost non-existent is the fucking hinterland is where you went Yeah it's bad. I mean it's way up there. So i knew that there was like no major hospitals. If one of my kids got sick. I wasn't necessarily worried about myself but then i got worried because i was like well if we get so all the stress just from lying and then like after five days. I'm like all right. We're taking tests. Nobody's positive nobody's having any issues. Awesome you know so get joy like five six seven days without having to worry about any of the two weeks two weeks We fly home and go through it all again and.
Dallas Fed President: Watching COVID Delta Spread for Economic Impact
"Aclu today from dallas. Federal reserve president. Robert kaplan has been among those advocating for easing up this fall on some of the pandemic era economic support coming from the central bank. But kaplan now says he's watching the effects of the delta variant for signs. He might need to adjust his
NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers
"The final. Preseason game of this weekend was in indianapolis. The colts they beat the panthers twenty one to eighteen one more. Exciting games of the entire sleet we had. Pj walker formerly of the xfl re looked really good for the carolina. Panthers i mean really good. He was ten twenty. One hundred. Sixty one yards touched out a really explosive athlete. That was moving very fast. He can throw on. The run was ripping throws up the sidelines and again a great backup who could see a lot of time. Depending on what. Sam darnold does but good backup to have cuba hubbard. He'd a huge run after escaping from the pile. He can be a really nice complement to christian. Mccaffrey for carolina. If he does what he did at oklahoma state you tears marsal marshalls kind of show a little bit of what he can do. The y rec- route. Lsu who some thought. He would be a first round pick but he was second round. Pick he had three receptions for eighty yards Takeaway from this game as jacob and he looked pretty solid and the colts are going with jacob and sam etlinger two quarterbacks with a lot of experience but easing looks like the more superior quarterback he he was fifteen to twenty one hundred eighty three yards another again. Another guy with some really impressive throws a all lot of dimes this weekend but he had some really impressive throws down the field. Sam longer was ten fifteen fifty five yards. He interception but offers a little bit more of that mobility aspect to his game. So it'll be interesting to see how that battle plays out but reports coming out this week or that went his injury return. Does luke
Inspiring the Next Generation of Women Engineers
"Haven't there's always pros and cons but the conza. I mean to be very honest is very hot sandstone. The full impact of kevin nineteen. Because we haven't combative of it yet completely. The restrictions are easing. Nab it will still be a while till we get back to some sort of normality gender equality's problem in the engineering industry and cuban nineteen. His had more of an impact on graduates. I think as david wit placements and internships have been placed. Bend fed the last couple of months up to the so. It's been quite difficult as you. Didn't get the full benefit from completing remotely but cheats the impact now as eason the restrictions there schemes in programs run to provide most supportive children in statements which which is good
Building a Better Path to Neurotherapeutics
"South. Thanks for joining us right to be here. We're going to talk about her office. The challenges of developing drugs to treat neurologic conditions and offices platform to address those challenges. I think neurologic conditions tend to be an area of some of the hardest targets therapeutically. My sense is this is an area with relatively high failure rates for drug developer's. Why is that is a lack of understanding of the complexity of these conditions. Lack of animal models delivery challenges or is it something else. I think the reason that neurology and psychiatry has categories have have some the lowest Success rates in drug discovery are primarily for two reasons. these are complex conditions of Very complex organ. Not well understood how the brain works and when when things go wrong why why they go wrong so it's complexity of disease and And secondarily i think because of that complexity to develop effective therapies. We might have to take more more sophisticated approaches and it goes through the two two major issues the other issues that you brought up a animal models are certainly more challenged the translate ability of Of behavior between species is hard and and of course There are challenges of getting into the brain but you know to to be fair. Plenty of plenty of drugs do get into the brain. Ruffalo has developed a platform for discovering therapies for neurologic disease. Easing patient derived human models known as organ. Lloyd's what's in organized. And and how do you create them. Yes so org. Annoyed is some kind of a scary science fiction sounding word But you know it happened to. It is the word that the industry in the field has has settled on and It sounds it. Sounds fancy new in in ways it is. It's a new way to culture. Cells typically stem cells typically derived A reprogram from patient samples either blood or fiber blasts
Tokyo Logs Record 5,042 Cases as Infections Surge Amid Games
"Take care has reported a continuing sense of cases reaching over five thousand new infections in one day this record number of cases since the pandemic began it's a sign that the virus is not easing in the Japanese capital which is currently hosting the Olympics nationwide Japan reported more than fourteen thousand cases in one day take care has been under a state of emergency since mid July but the measures are increasingly ignored by the public which has become tired of restrictions I'm Karen Thomas
US to Require COVID-19 Vaccination for Foreign Travelers
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. will require foreign visitors to be vaccinated for cove in nineteen the bite that ministration is moving toward requiring all foreign visitors to the United States to be vaccinated for the corona virus according to a White House official the vaccine requirement would be part of the administration's phased approach to easing travel restrictions for foreign citizens entering the US although it has faced pressure from affected allies to lift some restrictions the bite administration has kept travel restrictions in place citing the spread of the delta variant of covert nineteen inter agency working groups will study how and when to safely move toward resuming normal travel might cross CO Washington
Delta Variant Arrives in Wuhan
"China is confronting its broadest cova. Nineteen outbreak since corona virus. First emerged there in late. Twenty nineteen but the delta variant spreading to places that had been virus free for months including the original epicenter of wuhan. Delta has broken through the country's virus defenses which are some of the strictest in the world and reached nearly half of china's thirty two provinces in just two weeks while the overall number of infections more than three hundred so far is still lower than kovic resurgences elsewhere. The widespread indicates that the variant is moving quickly. It's the biggest challenge to china's strategy since the virus was first detected in wuhan the central chinese city that saw the world's first lethal outbreak. The country's strict antivirus measures which include mass testing as soon as a case appears aggressive contact tracing widespread use of quarantines and targeted lockdowns have crushed more than thirty previous flare ups over the past year. The arrival of the more infectious delta variant however is testing even that approach. The new strain may be exploiting an easing off in masking and social distancing in some places since much of the country has been cova d- free for months that along with increased travel for summer vacation created an environment where delta could gain a foothold. China reported ninety nine infections on monday including forty four. Who tested positive but have no symptoms. Later in the day seven more people were found to be infected in wuhan plus another in beijing by number of cases. It's the biggest outbreak since a flare up and obey province in northern china and january. When two thousand people were infected the broad spread is even more concerning given the rise of cases in the highly protected capital and in wuhan who's virus free status has been a source of pride and china
Corporations Collude With Democrats to Make a One-Party Political Machine
"Fact, there are too many corporations committed to the various Marx's critical theory, movements and the human resources training and hiring related practices promoting them. To list them. Lil Easing and author and Diversity Equity and Inclusion consultant writing at Harvard Business Review tells US corporate social justice is not a feel good approach that allows everyone to be heard. By nature. It won't result in initiatives that will make everyone happy. The first step that many companies have taken by publicly supporting black lives matter. The public statements and donations as an example of that. The company must decide that it is okay with losing business from certain groups say white supremacists or police department. Since taking money from these groups would run counter to its corporate social justice strategy. And these companies are occurring favor and colluding with the Democrat Party. Using their financial muscle to help create a one party political machine. The recent war on the Georgia Republican Legislature is a perfect example. Then they go on. To talk about, Of course, Big tech. What can be done about these assaults and our liberty families a country. I don't have all the answers. To begin with. I warned years ago, liberty and tyranny that we must become more engaged in our public matters. This will require new generation of activists largest number shrewder more articulate than before. To seek the blunt the status counter revolution. We must seize every opportunity to take back our opposite our institutions by running for office and so forth, I said. Given the urgency of the moment, even this is not enough.
Fed Notes Improving Economy, a Step Toward Easing Support
"The federal reserve is keeping its benchmark interest rates near zero but since the economy is strengthening the fed says the US economy is making progress toward the central bank's employment and inflation goals that's being interpreted as a small step closer to dialing back the ultra low interest rate policies that have been in place since the corona virus pandemic hit in a statement the fed says vaccinations are helping the recovery but it dropped to reference to a reduction in the spread of covert nineteen as the delta variant has caused a spike in cases creating several hot spots around the country fed chair Jerome Powell as long as cove it is running loose out there as long as there's time and space for the development of new strains no one's really finally safe these these strains there's no reason they just can't keep coming Powell says successful vaccination campaigns in the U. S. and globally are key to sustaining the recovery Ben Thomas Washington
A Key Gauge of Future Inflation Is Easing
"A key gauge of inflation is down. The University of Michigan survey of where consumers think inflation will be over The next year is at a 13 year high of 4.8%. But they now think 5 to 10 years from now it'll ease back to just 2.9% close to the historical average in May. The long term outlook was at 3%. The gauge is considered key because where consumers think inflation will be as often self fulfilling. If you think a product will cost a lot more in the future, you'll buy it now driving up demand and lowering supply and hence driving up the
Bulletin Warns of Extremist Violence as Pandemic Restrictions Lift
"Americans become vaccinated and head outside this summer, federal authorities have become deeply concerned about the possibility of domestic terrorism and violence, including mass shootings, ABC News chief Law and Justice correspondent Peter Thomas explains some new Homeland Security bulletin obtained by ABC News warrants and extremists. May seek to exploit easing covid 19 restrictions and increased access to mass gatherings to conduct attacks with little or no warning official told me pandemic stress and the explosive political climate is stoking a perfect storm. Bulletin also points to the recent surge in mass shootings as fueling concerns about upcoming holiday celebrations. While no specific plot targeting independence day has been identified, the bulletin honestly warms of evidence of radicals, particularly white supremacists. Discussing plans for tax sharing downloadable links about targeting mass gatherings, critical infrastructure and law enforcement officers. When official telling me the public should not panic, but be alert and ready to pass along tips to law enforcement. In a lot of
TSA Plagued by Staff Shortages, Security Delays Expected
"The T S a is desperate for workers to and it's getting tough to meet the growing demands that many of the nation's airports the T S. A is projecting staff shortages at more than 100 of the nation's airports. Some have dozens of positions unfilled as more and more people crowd in for summer travel with the pandemic easing. The Washington Post reports. The T S a administrator is asking office employees to volunteer at airports for more than a month. They could do non screening duties. At Charlotte's airport, For example, some airlines are recommending people get to the airport 2 to 3 hours before their scheduled flight because of security delays.
"easings" Discussed on Delicious Ways to Feel Better
"Well life is better. Lived in the fast lane. Actually i find that we just need to remember the joy of being in the slow lane. I completely agree and is something. I'd be worked on all and i agree with you. I think it's actually takes quite bravery in the kind of current weldon. Nick the guys that we live in to actually say that you're gonna do that because i think it's very easy to compare yourself with other people. People peps doing so many different things. But if i've just one thing that i do things better. When i do them slow and that. There's there's a lot in that but again you talk about full paths of that fair overthinking uncertainty. Regret and he said it isn't the mountain that needs to ban. But is you who needs to rise and i guess overcoming that fair of doing things a bit differently fits into looking at those four paths. I mean thank you for saying that. I mean in the book it was really important for me to have different ways of touching people are connecting with people. And while there's some stories in there there are proverbs short poems. There's little things like that. That really kind of may be switched on a light bulb or light a little spark within us to say actually. Here's a different perspective. Or here's a consideration. That actually isn't new but just maybe reframed or just reminded. I tend to do a lot of my writing and teaching around the philosophy of gentle wisdom right ways at. We're not forcing things upon people. We're not scolding people because they're going to pass. Its just almost saying you know what look how nice it would be if we did this way or actually maybe the choice is yours to make a change and often find with people. Kindness helps shift towards kindness and changes happen when people see themselves within each other. It's been really nice response to hear from people that these kinds of little touches in the book are really received well in giving people that little sense of inspiration perspective yeah irony like i found myself smiling nodding along with many of the an again kind of cotton not touch on this because it's another one you mentioned within that chapter but stress which of his is kind of the epidemic of the modern world but again the idea that being stressed rene distracts our attention and rainy. I was not not not yesterday. Workup onion monday morning as you do..
"easings" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse
"To the will of any business coming causes things to get a inconsistent when it comes to people wanting to go out and contribute to the economy is one business may not have any mask mandate or look the other one might so if you're so used to going if your intent is to go to places where you don't have to wear matching like that and then goes to one of your favorite places to go visit and then now get where massive note the governor says you don't have to then becomes the issue of people may have some may have some tension towards that when it comes to wanted to do the things they wanted also attending the the choose to go to spend their money and stuff like that so i just i not seems but the the responsible in economic approach that will keep you will save as mccown went out the window in most cases. I mean can't camp people just wear a mask if they won't ask without the government telling them to wear masks you would think so. I don't think over the last year the The mass population has shown me otherwise. I don't know. I think he kind of had to have that rule in place. Unfortunately i think it's a pipe dream to expect that your citizens will just be disciplined and care about their neighbor enough to wear a mask when they're actually not required to. We've seen over the past year that you actually can't really trust though citizens to do so you have to instill some sort of mandate by back to the question at hand. I think that it is irresponsible to allow these while. I think the states are operating in your responsibility. In a couple of ways number one the first priority of the state should be to keep their citizens in constituents healthy and protect them from all harm and that includes the harm of virus by opening businesses up to full capacity by limiting mass mandates. You're not you're not adhering to your number one goal as a public servant which is to keep people safe as i said another thing. You're responsible is by doing this by opening up at full capacity. You're basically communicating to your citizens that there is not gonna be any more additional aid because now all businesses are are open. You're going to be able to be. Your families are going to be able to have one hundred percent capacity your business when i think from the beginning the state should have been providing people with some sort of supplemental income. So this wouldn't have been an issue. They wouldn't have had to make the tough choice. Do i open my business in risk spreading throughout the community in risking my own health. Now my family. Or do i open my business Be able to pay my bills but potentially become a public health risk to many people within the state. So i think the air spots ability is a is basically twofold in terms of the states as a good point just because businesses are allowed to open doesn't mean that every business owner will want to responsibly open now the most business owners probably do wanna open up a for economic reasons. But you know. Let's say you're in a community that is sort of lackey in in vaccine rollout or infield by the states vaccine rollout in. Let's say you have a kid at home. Who is a high risk for covid. You might not want to open up to protect your your child safety. But on the flip side you might have to open up because now since things are opening up might be less likely that you receive a federal or state Assistance is a very good point. Josh moving on what will the health implications for residents in these areas in the states that have started to lift their mandates in restrictions. While we know how the story ends we've seen in months and months and months of data that shows what happens when you lift restrictions cases. Go up hospital. Possibly go up and deaths will follow as we've seen every time. Cases have declined in governors decide. Oh the crisis is getting better. It must be almost over. let's let's eat some restrictions. Everything goes back. We've seen it over and over and that's probably what's going to happen again. Even though we're finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel and that goes twofold for certain states that are lagging behind the vaccine rollouts such as my home state of maryland. Who's almost dead last in vaccine roll out. They have allowed their businesses to operate at one hundred percent capacity when they have among the fewest number of residents who've actually had both doses of the vaccine and ramifications. I expect are gonna be horrible. So let's hope that president biden can continue to push the vaccine rollout so we can get as many people vaccinate as possible because clearly. The states are going full steam ahead with their plans to open up the economy putting public health on the back burner. Yeah i agree with you too. I can definitely see spring surge coming in the next few months especially given the fact that it's getting warmer outside with warmer weather becomes more people to come out and gather induced such different social activities too. And like you said we have been so close to almost getting over the hump when it comes to this thing and then now the state's kind of spring this on us and then the sites are ease restrictions. Even though every health expert across the country probably would rule against that advising and sets us me and like you said when it comes to maryland to a muslim words. The point in maryland because not only the worst investing rouleau or one of the worst in when it comes to vaccines equity were also pretty horrible. Net too like the cities in the largest city in the state is predominantly african american as well as one of the most heart accounts in pg county and those black in other he will vaccinated at the same rates as white people in maryland and prompter other states across the country to and especially when you know local years like mayor. Scott call it out and say we need more vaccines hugging. Wants to go in and say that he's being a elitist or he just being extra evasive criticizing him.
"easings" Discussed on The 3-1 Collapse
"We'll discuss the reasoning behind these actions. One of these actions are responsible an possible ramifications for them munnings. Greg burger joint. Here is always kaelin. Hex and josh levy. How are you guys doing. Good greg hanging in there you know just trying to take a day at a time joins us around between yes even though they're not making it harder easier on us so i'm doing all right. I'm glad my home state of virginia has not relaxed any of its code restriction. Nari i normally like a mile away from you but it hurts here maryland. All right so let's just jump into. Why are these states. Lifting covert restrictions in you know e- hear about texas connecticut. It's a sort of across the board democratic lebron state sanders some republican states as well What's the what's the intent behind the usa behind lifting these restrictions kaelin. Yeah i don't know it's it's interesting to see that too like you said earlier. It's not just read quote unquote states or blue quantico states. it's every everyone between deciding to ease restrictions as devastating. Can and. I think one reasoning. I think i will give it to could be regional because if you think about it. Some states are as densely populated as others. So i guess if you're gonna if estate has a smaller population density then. They could argue that. Oh we have more room to run and move around so we can then ease restrictions little bit faster than states that have a big population density. More likely on the coast. But i think aside from that. I think the more common reasoning is just economic. They just want they see that. These small businesses and people are losing their jobs and things of that nature and they believe that if they lift the capacity limits in sometimes even a mask mandate that people can then live the lousy. Wanna live even though they're still raging pandemic going on in somehow it will help the businesses make money in the economy will get better because of that but i think it's more important especially now more than ever to prioritize the health and safety of our citizens more than just money like things are deeper than money always comes and goes but people's lives. It's something you really can't play around with. And it seems like these governors are trying to do just that with easing restrictions in the way that they think that will won't get them in trouble but will help them like save their economies. I guess to make themselves look better than some of them are. If we're gonna talk about specific states which i won't get into but it just seems like there is a better way to do this that more responsibly. In they just choose not to from my point of view. I think the main reason is that these government officials think that lifting these lockdowns. M let us loosening. Restrictions will have a positive impact on their economy and the economy will be stimulated. And rather than giving these people some sort of supplemental income via some sort of stimulus at the state level. They decide that a better way to go about it with their speed open. Allow people to open their businesses to full capacities. Because let's not forget that for almost a year you know. We've had a few measly stimulus checks from the federal government but aside from that people have been forced to lock businesses. Open them at twenty five percent capacity and as a result they haven't been making enough money to pay their bills put food on our tables and feed their kids. And if you look at it from the perspective of one these business owners you have a choice of either shut down your business complying with all these regulations or lending yourself on your family hungry so i understand from their perspective. I think that the states are choosing to basically let people preceded on risk. Without having the responsibility of providing them with some sort of supplemental income and basically getting rid of the liability of these people going hungry while letting them on the personal responsibility of choosing whether they want to get covid or put food on our table. Also they can. Also the states can generate some sort of tax revenue at the expense of the citizen. And i think it's irresponsible economic. Our argument is fairly straightforward in terms of like opening up businesses. I'm not so sure. I understand why. Why texas decided to scrap the mask mandate as well For me i just don't see the. I don't see any benefit to that. You know i can sorta see a benefit to opening businesses up when people you know put food on the make money to put food on the table for their families but there is nothing wrong that restrictive of ovarian a mask in my opinion. That's just me you guys know. I agree i agree with you. Two hundred percent on that. I think a mass is one of the symbols list. You can protect. You can take to protect yourself. And my theory is when it comes to him in a mask. Mandate is more political than than scientists. Excuse me like if you look at what was happening in texas before that. He was catching a lot of heat for his infrastructure and how basic couldn't survive a winter storm because they chose not to require that they went arise other utilities as such as maybe distract from that he chose to live the mass mandates in capacity limits. So that we could probably ease more his supporters in people that may have been questioning the support of him to again. Give them some cover. I agree with what you said. I think it's i think it's more about it. Goes back to politics and octa lump states into red states or blue states. But what we've seen over the past year is that traditionally most of the red states their governors and some of their politicians have had problems with mask mandates. I think the reason for scrapping that meant mask mandate is more of a political facade. As opposed the governor's thinking is not actually necessary to protect their citizens are so moving on a or these actions You're responsible necessary to keep local economies in businesses afloat. I would think okay so. I think as long as you do gradual responsible way. I think he could be beneficial. Tell keep his businesses bloat but at the same time doing one hundred percent of all in one like faust doesn't seem smart at all because you're not just doing it for economic reasons for dismissing people's lives at that point and even though business does britain to implement whatever capacity immunity they want basically leaving it open.
"easings" Discussed on FT Politics
"The education secretary will be in his post for much longer. There's also sense that matt hancock. The hell sexy may need a bit of a break after having seen a year of the coronavirus pandemic. It's been a tough job. I think Any minister and then it comes back to this question of michael gobas wealth and robert it fuses if the reshuffle is probably going to come in the summer because the government doesn't want to do it while my still in the midst of kalona virus pandemic it wants to be when cova in the rear view mirror according to some people in the government. I spoke to at wanted to follow a away from the local elections in. May that doesn't look like a panics. Feels as if maybe late. June july time we could see a decent shakeup of the government has long been my view that it would come in the summer because the british political landscape may look very different in the summer in with luck the country in the economy will have reopened. We will know where things stand in terms of. Scotland is sumptious yes n. p. is going to win the election which throws into a new stage of that question so that feels like the right time to put a different team in place one of the interesting footnotes to the go. Frosty fab was michael. Guy was taken charge a commission to look at reform public services. And i think that would make a lot of sense because it's ganked become one of the big issues of the next couple of years. We know as a plan to reform the health service. We know there are plans to shake up education. And it's the coming. Michael likes and an has shown a talent for whether greece with what she does so you could easily see him becoming a big figure masterminding the approach to public services. Although on the other hand you can easily make it becomes a big figure trying to defend the union. But i think we will see a shakeup and he will be part of that process and it will be to get a grip on the issues. The government faces in the next couple of years. Yes yours if you to tory wags. They say that michael could go over to. The health. department is also whispers. You could maybe go back to education where he was a reforming minister under david cameron. But it's clear. Michael gov is still going to be a pretty influential figure. Who else should we be watching out for in this reshuffle even if it is some time away. The problem with michael is a he's brilliant administrator and they're very visionary sexual state one of the most effective ones. I've covered in my time in the lobby but he's also incredibly unpopular with the public and sticking him into the health department. Oh back education would open up the kind of problems. That david cameron wiz. I suppose the other people. We should mention to the holders of the great offices of state. So-called one is dominic robb. Who seems to be doing a perfectly decent job. Don't forget he is the first secretary of state effectively. The deputy prime minister's you recall. When johnson became very ill. He took over but nevertheless doesn't seem to be brought into the inner circle of things and the whole frost affair again was another sign of the foreign office's role being slightly.
"easings" Discussed on FT Politics
"Got the budget coming which is going to be holding pattern. But i think one thing that is striking how much the tory politics of moved on compared to last year on this because whenever we were looking at lockdown one lockdown to it was always this pool from people within the cabinet light the chancellor to get things opened up again because of the cost of keeping reluctant at home. That's really damping down as you said earlier there are still plenty of tory. libertarian rebels. Were not happy but it doesn't feed as if there's that big push to get things going in opening soon as possible instead people want the certainty and they won't miss to be the last lockdown. I think that's completely by by there. Is general sense that the cautious approach is the best reproach and what we have seen as sometimes those who have been. Ps garin edsels specific issues. Say for example in the reopening of schools but generally speaking. There is a consensus da. This school which is more favorable looking at a long time. I think the government is conscious. That is it makes these decisions on unlocking thera- questions surrounding how it manages the virus long time so one point it's going to have to make a decision. Hustle won't level of risk and what level of infections we as a society even menaces of it conflicts on us as she so i think he was handled. Said the virus be treated like aflaid now. We don't sell nicely on social distance. Get the buffalo season vaccinate the most vulnerable onsite functions. But then when this idea was put forth this week he argued that it's a bad idea have large mouth virus circulating because that would risk new variants being developed and it could risk the virus spreading one people. If the government is really gonna house decide. What the long term goal is should be living repairing virus monchy Flee but accepting not maybe five or ten thousand people sobbed ihl. It's the government intentions get cases as places interest Jasmine and sarah. Thank you very much. It's.
"easings" Discussed on The Comb
"easings" Discussed on The Comb
"I've learned that is efficient very strong on the sense that is deficient. The deciding everything, and there is a very strong gap between the patients. And the community. So in Rwanda the reserves saying. when you are where? You belong to yourself but when ask seek you belong to your family. And from that from my own experiences of never been contacted by the patients I'm always been contacted or waiting in cold by the family members. Approaches to the disease itself can differ as well. You know in Western country they really focused on. Caused by specific agents but you know. In one that it could be a bad with sometime this goods, it depend niche moment from God or you know all those beliefs. which is really important to understand and then a another points. About. Ben. In Western country people think about social pain, emotional pain, spiritual open, of course, and physical pain. In Wanda and some African countries, it's really important to be STOIC to not show. Any emotional feelings? So it's something you need to learn. If you discuss with the patient family members, they cannot express feelings or emotions. So I cannot treat a American patients like a tweet Iran patients and I very much understand a lot of the things that you just spoke about because I have run and I was not allowed to cry my mother's funeral And even in hospital. Very much told not to make any decisions based on emotions and other point is there is no good and bad. My lister learn from my experiences from the last ten years more than ten years doing palliative care is the way efficient diet can reflect society leaves. If, you want to understand very well, the context of society just do politics. Because you can get sense of. Of Happiness. Sense of what is really guilty anger. Joy Hope fear future compassion. humanity, all those feelings and emotions. So the more I send my patient and family members the more understanding about. Would they really meaning of of life and for me this is the most positive way of living. You are inspiring. Hearing you cook like. Inspiring. It's really startling to hear doctors since MIRA talk about palliative care and this way knowing that in my family's case, the care and thought he's talking about just weren't ever made available to us. I want to talk to someone who is receiving the kind of good quality care. Dr. Christian spoken about. How my on My Name. Is Charlotte. Charlotte is forty three years old from Gaza province in Rhonda and she's one of doctors easy meters patients. Ma-ma I am a mother but I leave alone. My husband has passed on. It all I had four children, but they all died as well. Even. Before we reach the subject of her illness, it's clear that Charlotte has had a really tough life. Living alone having lost most of her family she started to feel unwell. I used to get sick a lot. Sometimes it was so bad had no strength to do anything. I couldn't wash my own clothes. I even struggled for food. I didn't feel comfortable going to see people for lots of reasons it was difficult. For Awhile, I didn't know what was wrong with me. I was in and out of hospitals getting different treatments. Finally after all the hospital tests I was told I had cancer. Charlotte had surgery started treatment, but having lost almost all of her immediate family before falling ill, she faced her illness alone and. I was actually glad I was alone because I will not have wanted someone I cared about to also suffer by seeing me going through the terrible things that went through with cancer. But. Then I discovered palliative care the took me in and helped me. CARE. Palliative care never give up on me. The were hard times, but they supported me through it. The visit me talk to me, the will comfort me how has the PALLIATIVE CARE team helped you cope Become muck adequately Katie like talking to helping with hospital transfers providing the things I need to help deal with illness things like sanitary pads or medication you can't easily get for shock. One easy quarters, I thank God for Palliative Care, and thank all the doctors for all the have done for me. Can you tell us how you felt when you found out? You're sick and. It was incurable and. That I didn't have any choice but to accept it. But not enough I feel like I could even help to cancel at the patients who are going through the same thing because sometimes when you are ill, you can be misled for example, before I was diagnosed with cancer when I was always getting ill people in additional, Hilas will tell me that I was cursed or poisoned and that I had to go here and there to get treatment for poison. But now I know that I wasn't poisoned more I used to feel so defeated and depressed because of this illness but today I'm able to talk about it. If I was asked to stand in front of a crowd at the stadium and share my story I would so that it may help and inspire others. Will. Not Be when they tell me the my time is near. I will be ready to accept it. I will embrace it. That's life under..
"easings" Discussed on The Comb
"It's been four years now since you mom passed away. And you've been thinking a lot about her diagnosis and her death. and. That experience has boot up different questions for you clear you've been trying to get some answers. Yes. So looking back now although my mom's illness was incurable. Feel, there was so much more that the hospital could have done to help us that could have made such a huge difference. To help control the pain and to help not just hurt but a whole family dealing with the psychological trauma and seeing just unwell she was. Okay Kuningan to hand over to you now to hear about what you've been finding. So despite the experience that my family had the doctors Rhonda who are really dedicated to try to provide quality palliative care for patients in this situation and Dr. Christian Zinzi Mira is right at the front of this effort. He's exceptionally busy. So I'm really grateful that he had time to chat to me. He began by explaining how palliative care is different from the other elements of healthcare. In palliative care we focus the quality of life of the patient and family members, of course, will be treating the disease as well, but focusing to the person. You need to think behind only the disease the of the modern had seen I-. PROCR-. said, it's better to know the patient was the disease than to know the disease, the patient as so it's a two different concept. So if you treat only the disease, you can mistreating patients. But if you treat the patient, you cannot missing treating the disease. We need to ads life, today's but not days to life. PALLIATIVE CARE is an important component of modern medicine, but it's often treated with suspicion. So when you mentioned Letitia even among professionals people think it's about life. I. Think about. No care. and which is which is not. I mean okay. End of life gates but of Palliative care but palliative care is not only in the flesh care. It's an approach improve the quality of life of the patient and family members. but you know starting from the early symptoms and using physical social emotional spiritual support from my experiences. Palliative care is really focused on on the humanity of the patient. I think it might be helpful to step out of doctrines Amir's interview for a moment here because he's really making an interesting point about the suspicion and sensitivity around talking about and dealing with death. Now in my part of the world, which is southern Africa this great sensitivity about how you talk about death. So for example, someone is sick they're talking about death it can be seen as somehow accepting defeat and it's the role of those around the person to discourage such talk. If you aren't the person who's ill and you're talking about someone dying. Then there's this idea that you in some way wishing it on them, hastening it. What was your experience in Rwanda? Were you able to talk to family members about your mother dying. we were all together in a house for two weeks. I guess it was awkward for me. I think I was processing it, and then I noticed that everyone in the hustles processing it differently. I think everyone just dealt with differently but. I don't know we didn't talk about it. We didn't talk about it, but I just need I felt like mom was the grew i. just knew that it was never going to be the same again. This go back now to concede MITA WHO's working area of medicine that isn't particularly popular. What? was motivation to go into passive care specifically. Yes so Let's meanest fire at by a patients who died unfortunately in a very oregon. And was my fist time to see someone was was really. Inhabitants snapple pain. So I came. And I asked not his still in pain wide division is still suffering the older the disease. End of stage. So I fear to prescribe morphine. Because on my sense Morphine hasn't deaths that was my. No on my. Mind and. Mom came to me when I was outside and she needs. Before me. it was it very. Difficult picture because she was jus- begging and sit please Dr Issue in. Kenya Rhonda is embodied. Mugabe sit please. Can you has give something to my son and it can sleep and wake up no more. It's difficult and the older family members was outside of the the room because no one could. Stay in the room when he was cream, it was it was it was crying and Was You. Know was big. I was trying to to to to help to stand up in. No, please don't need. This is my role I have to have to do it. Don't don't do that after this. I went to see Nazis and say we need to prescribe again pretty endanger. They told me they said if you prescribe independent die that will be your responsibility. So you know I was really scared and I was young I was so young setting. You know after medical school not enough experiences really I was really I was really praying that the patient will not die after the injection of the does the medication gave the patient relief for a few hours. The won a war of the Zinzi Mira explained to his family that the risk of death was too high to give it to him again. So I left without prescribing again and I went back home and and I ask myself why? Why did I spent so many years in medical school if I cannot help someone was dying. So why would the sense to have? It white coat if you just weakness. The suffering of your patient and family members while what is my role as a physician? And I didn't sleep that night and I came back to to those people next day the patients died and unfortunately in theory horrible conditions. and. The whole family came to me and Is. Mammoth. especially. Came to me and he told me that this is your fourth. So then. I decided that there is something need to change on my practice. So then I move from my dream to be safe John. For A new. Passion. To become a palliative care physician. PALLIATIVE CARE is still very new to Africa. So doctor and city MIRA traveled to the US to study the specialty but applying his new specialism in Miranda wasn't straightforward. You cannot cope e and fast what you've learning use. In wonder because different population different extending different context..
"easings" Discussed on The Comb
"The one thing that I love is I have her fingers and everybody says that for fingers is just like super long bony. Fingers. I wouldn't even know how to describe my thumb but every time I look at my phone I can see mom stone and it freaks me out now freaks me out in a bad. We've Richmond Nice ways like just looking at it. This is the COMB BBC World Service original podcast. Each week we whom Sousa continent through stories that matter I'm Kim Check Anita. Welcome. This is. NEAT, the calm. The calm. In this episode, I'm joined by my colleague Cleo Frank who you just heard describing the way who fingers we exactly like her mother's who passed away in two thousand sixteen I clear hi sir clear your wondering. But you grew up in lots of different countries I was born in Rwanda tiny tiny Rhonda But then to my dad's work, I was raised basically south and eastern Africa Zambia Africa, Tanzania. All over the place and You made it to London. We you now work for the BBC as a sound engineer and I should say very important part of the focus in Africa family because he makes sure that our radio program sound wonderful on air but three years ago something happened that interrupted everything and threw you into a situation that no one could ever be prepared for. Yes. Today we're looking at a topic that's not always easy to talk about. Palliative care. which is about supporting and caring for people with an illness that can't be cured a life limiting illness. Now, the central aim of pensive K. is to relieve suffering and yet still treated with suspicion and can be difficult to access. This is a subject that clear wanted to investigate for very personal reasons. This is you need to call comb no, neither calm the code. Tell me about your mother. My mother was the. kindest person. She was like. Oh, she was so strong. And she daphne gave me like that little fire that I have inside me. She was I. don't explain it like you know African Moms, they feed you. They look after you. No matter how grown you are you're still a baby to them. and. It was always. Yeah it was. It was a word that you could use sued describe what you said. She's kind what else. The first weather came to a head was phenomenal. But I guess I don't even know you can scrape person. That's phenomenal but. I don't know I don't know if you can do one worried is crazy. You Base in London, but three years ago you were in Kigali. In Rwanda. What was happening at the time? At the time I knew mom was sick. I was told my siblings told me mom was really not well, she lost her eyesight she was had been blind for a year. Now coping very well she was in and out of hospital. I said to my sister just be honest with me if it's bad I wanNA come over and my sister was so drained from being at the hospital. Said if you can't please come. So I literally, I was at work and I said, I need to go and I just got on a flight and I went home and she was at the hospital. When landed they said waiting for results to come back. On. Choose in lot of pain you couldn't even sit up and I think in our heads. We all thought we all in our heads will thought right? It's it's must be cancer. It's GONNA be because it's Like she's in such a bad state And then eventually the doctor comes. and. Yet that dowd was there. Was there and he tells us all. Cancer. Treatment available in Galley at the time that could Q. Mother's cancer. What was the situation like with her in the hospital chooses suffering so much and then she had all this pride and it's like. In in Rhonda like in. Hospitals. Numbers need the nurses take care of it. She didn't want the nurses looking after her she just. For Hurry just felt like wrong for a strange woman to look after her soul, my sister and I took it in turns to stay with her and help her with like all the like taking trips to toilet if that makes sense. Wait the was she wasn't getting any painkillers any MUFI No No. Mum couldn't sleep while was she was on in so much pain in the middle of the night I just I remember hearing her like she's tossing and turning like no matter how many pills. So. In the middle of the night I literally I knew the nurses would have said something if they knew. I literally took personal agape gave her paracetamol. She fell asleep within half an hour within half an hour's sleep and she said for full night. Another I think back at the fact that she needed something the level of morphine and she wasn't on anything even a paracetamol. Why was I? I don't understand why was the hospital not providing her with any type of painkiller? That's a really dull. She was clearly in pain I don't I honestly don't know. I don't WanNa. Complain about it because I. Work. Hard. Yes, I get it. But. At the time We couldn't stand hospital they didn't help. They didn't do anything it just didn't seem to care. You mother was eventually checked out of hospital. But knowing that her illness had not been cured. What happens when you're in that situation? with our family we don't talk about things. So no one was speaking about the obvious. At this point, she's been given the morphine from the oncologist. was, told this is the dosage. Make sure this that this that, and now think back a goal what they sent you home with the patient that needed palliative care. So, all I remember is that when we got home the responsibility of noting down the times of the morphine, how much to give her and things like that I just remember thinking Oh gosh, this is GonNa be so scary an even just giving her making sure sheets and things like that. Anyway. So she was in her room. And I remember my dad was on the dining room table and that was on the laptop and I was looking up the stages of cancer. And then I found this PDF. A found this. PDF. CARE. And I started reading it I started reading stages and what people do in all of this. There in minded even palliative care was still in new word to me, and now all of a sudden I was reading for Mason. I just remember looking at that and I went oh Everyday, that went by she was. Something was different. And then I think it was one stage where she was the morphine goes so deep inside she's not there. She's awake issues live, but she's not There sleepwalking essentially. And I, and then the Pedia was explaining about that stage about how they can hear you. But still not.
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"I'm Katie Wall Century in bed. Jane's Siphon Fraser Nelson. We have news today. The ministers have been agitating sometime to be able to enhance, and this is the news the UK's Corona. Virus level has been downgraded from four to free am. The news came from the country's chief medical officers and this means that undefeated. The virus is considered to be in general secularization and a gradual relaxation restrictions rather than rising exponentially James. We've heard a few times. Nine minutes is on the radio, saying it some between free and four, but it can quite get out of the full stage. So, what does this mean practically in terms of what we can expect to see in the coming days and weeks? What I think it means is the chief medical officers. Waterproof is made. What they are essentially saying is that the Lovie easings of lockdown that we've seen have not retarded the fight against the virus the virus the level has gone down from four to three despite the easing that we have seen Scifo, those the most substantial Northern Ireland Lee substantial in Scotland and so I think it will strengthen the hand of those you want to argue for easing nothing look. The UK has conducted a little bit. And the chief medical of still think back things all going down. I think you'll see lots of people saying well now the level three level four. Isn't it time to look again to me to rule? Fraser. As James, as you can already sense the. To be used by lots of ministers, also lots of Tory MP's to say we can move faster, but yet as things stand expecting today's press conference to be led by Gavin Williamson at talking about schools and the plans to provide more help the summer. So do you think we all going to see a rapid change? Everything we've had number ten say they want to be very slowly of these things we used to. You might hear about pubs potentially opening an early July this week. That appears to be pushed back yet. Really get the sense right now that we're heading to change, do we? Know. We're doing nor do I. Understand why level three rather than level to this level thing was again invented by the government that is really really struggled to come up with a way of measuring the virus. First of all. We were told that they are level would be as important. Vinnie worked out that they couldn't measure the little giving us a general range now. We've got these sort of these Defcon. One DEFCON, two things so little four is. Come down from transmission is high. Arising exponentially now has stopped rising exponentially at lockdown, so that was been. We've been live with me for a while. So I can workout is why we were living for Salon level to is covid nineteen prison in the UK, but the number of cases and transmission is low now. That's for language they use, but I wonder how Lou transmission has got to be for its account by the government is being low. We don't have to wonder to foreign. Germany for example. Example, they define low safe as being fifty infections for every hundred thousand people per week. They regard that Lewis to be safe safe enough to let people go about their daily life now..
"easings" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Today we are seeing a fairly easing of locked. Add all nonessential retail shops now permitted to open their keys to Nike along with other high streets stool such as prima which dominated social media, some practicing the T to rule some not phrase it. There is a clear row last week. Right the fact that schools where we re tending until the end of the summer holidays, but shops okay to be open and. Priorities? But licking now the developments today is a sign as the government hopes, it is that the economy is slowly reopening. I think this is a bit of a moment of truth for the government. Actually they've been talking as if it's going to be like a Jack in the box. As soon as they lift the lid, then is gonNA. Come springing back because everybody is going to be desperate to go out shopping and desperate to get back to work this wonderful scenes and Birmingham of people queuing outside Primorac. I, think was encouraging. There are certainly large chunks of the country. Itching to get back to stories that matter, but I think a lot of other stores are going to struggle because people will have good out of the habit of. And, also going back to work in general doesn't seem to be something people wildly Keenan again. I took the train to work this morning yet. Again I had pretty much the whole train little in the carriage to myself and I can kind of see why I, actually a policeman, the train gate. Who wouldn't let me cross the gates until they Potomac facemask now this is in London as city where there are fewer than twenty diagnosed cases day that's in the city of nine million people we had. Had our first day recently with new couva deaths, a tall, the virus is effectively gone from this city is now bound to background levels, and yet if the government is saying that we've got to put on a face mask even to get on the bus or to get on a train that sends a signal. A signal being is not safe, but the virus is still out there that you are taking a major risk by stepping out of your house and nothing. This mixed message will have. Have an effect remember. We've spent weeks from the government. Basically telling us that if we did go outside, we would be m putting somebody's life at risk save life. The images safe stay home people to the government at face value did so now. They're saying save economy. Go out and shop. People aren't really doing so. They've also seeing a Goo- bank to work. An Nautilus people are particularly keen to do that either, so I think we're now entering a period where the government is going to. To say that it's possible to do all of these things, but the reaction isn't going to be as sharp as they'd hoped. Perhaps because of what they've been telling us for. The last few months is going to take quite a while. I think for the National Moods to get back to where the government thinks, it needs to be economically and James Van Government. What's the expectation in terms of what would be classed as success in terms of consumers going at that buying things physically in shops? Of Fraser's owns with absolutely fascinating because it's completely the opposite reaction from the government was intending to create when a couple weeks getting out of the cabinet discussed the decision to make face coverings compulsive on public transport..
"easings" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"House shows the spectators daily politics. Podcast say today is expected. Dominic Robb confirmed that are locked down. We'll be extended for another three weeks but Katie was bit more information about what an exit strategy would look like. He set out five points. Yes so ministers. Have been really reluctant. Even engage with idea of an exit strategy and easing of lockdowns morning. When Mahan called the House secretary was doing his media rand. You almost got Saudi agitated by people pressing him on the issue saying it distracts from the message of social distancing was interesting was in dominant garage confirming whatever. It had already taken to be the case. There's GonNa to be another free weeks of this looked at at minimum. He said that the web principles he could never reveal disclosed to the public about what has to be met intensely criteria in order for that to be any easing of locked angering forward so the five tasks evidence the NHL can cope across the U K to sustain full in daily deaf rates. Free evidence that their rate of infection is decreasing full confidence that there is supply of of testing and that can meet the demand and five. No risk of a second peak. Now I would say that the festival you can have a sense of the practicalities won't has to be done. And I I think. Sense of where the government and the country is of those so number four for example testing and at the moment. I think there's a sense that the government is that yet but clearly making efforts to get there and this stats going in the right way on the of Richie's by decent number five and no risk of a second peak. If it's at the I mean there's no risk of a second peak then obviously it simply by. I think that's the one which strikes you meet the as as the hardest one to be able to say conclusively. When that's the case and James that was that was good news as well from the press conference where Patrick Valance said that the off so the infection rate was below one on average so that meant that every person effects on average less than one person does that mean we're positive peak then at the moment is looking like we may well be passed the peak. I'm Chris Witty said earlier in the week that he was worried that when the the reporting deaths caught up with the four day weekend you might see a spike and that hasn't been seen so I think they're all there is caused some optimism. There I think as as Casey said he knows the first free of those tests may well be met within the next three weeks vs test for about p. p. and testing is more difficult. We know the government wants to hit a hundred thousand dollars by the end of this month. My ankle health sector is still very comfortable meet that the view of some of in government is that the government will meet that. But maybe not until May End of first week or second week of May is a time. I heard that I find no risk of a second. That is home is one of those five tests. I think you've dominant Robert listed at four tests. People would have left with a sense that the lockdown was going to be eased in three weeks time the fifth the fifth one is the hardest to meet other thing we take away from. Today is birth again something we knew but I became even clearer in this press. Conference is this lockdown. Isn't going to be lifted at once. Patrick. Valance governments scientific advisor said Vaccines and therapeutics. All the way out of this and he employed for example. The encouragement people to work from home could continue who there are either vaccines medicines to deal with grown avars in place of it was going to see an easing of lock down rather than lifting WLAC. Tom My expectation is that there probably will be some easy and free. Weeks time I think is well. I think it is noticeable in Germany. They are not going to allow launch a mass gatherings. So you can. Football matches all big concerts. All parades or things like that those out at over summit in fact they are they are off until the autumn and I think we all worldly not none of these here will probably be looking at something similar. This is going to be a gradual. Easing Ralph that an announcement that the lockdown it's just been lifted Katie. There's lots of speculation in the papers today. And in the days leading up to today about how easing would happen whether it be by age or by profession or by geographical location. Any clear on how that could happen. Who is it just all speculation at this point was hitting the problem is it's not just speculation that even if you speak to figures in government does know unified plan. There's no unity around specific idea. Lots of people have different ideas about how to do it. Though the Department of how has been working with the treasury some health based on some form of modeling I think each department is very much looking from their angle in some respects and it just means you for example. He was one minister and they will be against the idea of location. Specific easing were H. Easing because they hard to enforce and could say there's a sense that people should be all messed together but you'll speak to someone else in government and they will point at this idea and studies. That suggest that if you sat an age groups Lachey the most that could fix some of the issues because they at least at risk and there was a cost to lose people's lives by having a prolonged locked and so I think the fact that there is so many different ideas going around reflects the fact that at the moment there just isn't a clear plan and that is in part because the prime minister is current. Neil back I think there was a sense that he should be the passing leading it and while Dominic Robb has won praise at Kucice praise but lots of his colleagues. It's full being someone. Who is overseeing tasked rollins? Someone hears driving policy so. I think that's complicating it but things to look for are we gonNA see more types of sharp more types of consumer APP. That's open what about children going back to primary school. That's something that is is being discussed and from that working from home of people getting to work more and offices and all. You're going to have anything. Age-specific I've had quite a lot kickback. Ridden government about doing anything too much for example. That report suggested he could just have twenty two. Thank you rose. Effectively going back to normal life and everyone ask cooped up now perhaps party because government is made up of people above the age of. That's not seen as a particularly of viable as far as I can tau but only things are being discussed because it's just such a hard thing in terms of coming up for processed and then we had this morning from Nielsen. He's advising the government on this strategy and from the point of view of science background. And the virus. Suggesting that there's going to be quite serious social distancing until there is a vaccine now again. We don't know when they're going to be a vaccine and the problem is you hear reports. It could be as soon as September. I think it'd be an absolute best case scenario if a vaccine to longer than even the quickest time and in some minds fifteen months if a vaccine wasn't ready for free is I think necessarily among some politicians actually that would potentially be possible. And what one figuring government said to me that I was quite struck by. Epidemiologists will tell you to effectively enforce social distancing indefinitely. Shut everything down. Because they've focused purely on spend the virus behavioral scientists was. How you can't do that. That isn't possible at People. Even though they currently do you support the lockdown which is pretty surprising but owed me speaking to all these experts in their own field because they have fixed on the right area it does just come down to a political decision has to be made by politicians. I think Casey said with Boris Johnson. Still checkers recuperating haunt me source more produce. The government's GonNa take but I think we know some things from the way. He handled the virus before he went off on. One of them is that he is determined to keep a one. Uk approach to this. That was definitely a feeding that when if the devolved administrations were determined to do something. Boris Johnson was prepared to bow to that Prussia because he wanted to hold. Uk Approach. And so I. I would be very surprised if I changes when he returns to so. I think you'll be attracted to ideas saying that. If you live in the South West you could go back to work but if you live in the North West you can't. I also know the very senior figures in local government of being signed. Look this is just too complicated. A message to deliver. Because you how you can break down the country in this approach I think one of the things that we can say with some confidence is that the shielding advice for the most wonderful is going to continue. Even when something approaching normal life has returned for the rest of us so I think those those who have been contacted by the government and told to shelter in place in one done so before the rest of us I think that they will be continued to urge to kind of stay at home and avoid contact even as the rest of us. Return to something approaching normality. I mean on the on Katie's in the vaccine. I where we don't know how long it's GonNa take and secondly this disease is so new and we know relatively little about it. We can't even MS vaccine will be effective against it. So that's why this idea that you can pause everything until you have a vaccine. It ultimately doesn't work. It would be one thing if you could bet your bottom dollar. But they'll be a vaccine and you'll be able to jeez millions of doses of it come September. But you can't be certain right. You can't be sure how long it's GonNa take and so you can base your entire strategy around waiting for a vaccine and James on face masks teething. We saw something of a u-turn today. I mean Chris Betty was saying that say it was reviewing the advice about facemask today and working out in which context they. They might work but before they seem pretty adamant phase. Mustang work outside of for healthcare context. Yeah so one of the arguments about so the two arguments against facemasks one that they might give people can afford sense of confidence so that at a time and you're trying to encourage people to stay in bed displaying the symptoms being waving. I've got a mall cough but I'm wearing a mosque so it's safe for me to go out and that could spread the disease. More that was argument won the second argument Christie referred these days but there is currently a limited supply of face masks so if everyone goes round buying them up but might mean that they don't get to the medical staff most need them not just in this country but around. The world is a particular concern but if ordinary citizens in rich developed countries all sorts by face mosques that is going to lead to fewer face marks available for doctors or nurses in some of the poorest countries in the world which would not be a good outcome. I think that the Voice Mosque is going to change..
"easings" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
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When I'm away I tend to trade If it's not quite so intense than altogether off my phone because relatively Sifi I will try from that But notifying north on Hotel Wifi or heart tillerson that nothing like that Does Not if I'm flat out. This last trip was Boleslaw Boleslaw Literally well actually. That's not the rot. Taunt US literally. That's very weird thing. Sorry that you've got that in your mind. Now that's I. It was full of No time at all in that two weeks really have any downtown to rest recovery. Just push push push. That's what my voice sounds like this until I got a few days off now and the UH I'm starting to feel a little each coming back. I want to be back in the mock. It's just keeping is a big very very patient returning back into this. Bitcoin one fifty nine yesterday. Yeah we did close Dan Point six six percent. Nothing too extreme. A very doing great deals broad support. A warm seventy seven describe will slightly down trending now it is down trying to on. The sly yesterday was down. One Point one seven percent. It's one hundred and seventy six tolls twenty six cents. Look struggling with the three to Lamar Guy. Just Hang. Hang in there hanging the hanging in there it was down yesterday. I've only point three six Senate sitting at three twelve right now. Still will look Stella sitting there six point five since yesterday closed down one point to note one of my favorite shots as signed most of the eight x eight while checking that out now against the. US Day at back was coming in yesterday. back in that cradles are looking. Okay right now's a matter of fact is keeping close on that sitting at twenty five point four cents down point two six right now but yesterday I was one of the few that actually closed up one percent lot coined currently grinding away. Low Fifty five five dollars and twenty cents. It's down one point three percent on yesterday It's just sort of hovering not much going on that. Bitcoin cash had a great short earlier in the wake. Yes yes sorry this week Molly Monday A great show of two seventy Gripe Even the sixteen twelve quite good as well Actually confirm that twelve hour yet. Twelve doozy sixteen absolutely killing it as well so as to plenty of opportunities to be short there and of course we're sitting at two forty one secluded could thirty or adult. Move there if you got if you know what the cradle is. You probably should to forty one seventy eight now. Yesterday I closed down one point. Nine Percent Bonanza get another full die down three percent more logic moves to the digital to the downside yesterday is against us still tether of course Zairean dolls and forty two percents right now tron Yesterday closed down two percent. Nothing significant a guy but definitely NAS looking downturn that cow Dahmer Donald Reluctance. Rotten out for long look at actually on whiting for a long acts. Bitcoin idea say that idea. US were at four point two cents yesterday. Yes today We did have a bit of the down. I went to seven percent but still pretty solid wise Average arguing looking we got on a bit coin. SV and You know yesterday we did say quality significant damned. I fought tonight. Six percent to be precise and grinding waibel. Shorts that save pulled by candlelight cradles for the time the it's just a matter of sitting around and waiting on doing that at all after what has been a very tense travel. It's not just the loss to wakes pretty much lost so the two three Matz little running around the place to get get three Sydney. This weekend should be a great little. She lost chance few. If you've got an interest get along get Don John Because the feedbacks doll and it's up to you may take it easy. Bakti say this show is sponsored by trying to COPE DOT com the latest leaders in checklist of trading strategy. Making sure it's very simple for you to learn to try.