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US to begin screening travelers coming from Uganda for Ebola

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

US to begin screening travelers coming from Uganda for Ebola

"The U.S. will begin screening travelers coming from Uganda for Ebola aimed at trying to prevent an outbreak in the African country from spreading There be no Ebola cases from the outbreak reported outside Uganda and the risk in the U.S. is considered low officials are describing the screenings which will begin rolling out immediately as an additional precaution travelers who've been in Uganda at any point during the past 21 days which is the incubation period for the virus will be redirected to one of 5 U.S. airports for screening The administration says about 145 people per day enter the U.S. from Uganda and most will already arrive at the 5 large airline hubs I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"ebola" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

04:56 min | 2 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"So we're going to keep hammering away and after this podcast and going right back up on the hill and saying, hope springs eternal, this has to happen. We have to do this. We have to give this backing. Now, we have almost a $1 billion of investment incredible. On preventing the next pandemic, the Republicans and Democrats actually came together and committed to the funding to say we've got to do this better. And so we have the teams that are actively getting better at driving response to outbreak. And part of my lesson there is, they're overwhelmed by having to build fast and being asked like, why isn't this happening already? We've provided the funding. What the heck's happened? And I'm trying to help people understand the story of how much gain we're providing where we're able to do this. So, for example, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ebola broke out in West Africa where DRC is in 2014, 2015, 10,000 dead, and it was four months of circulating virus. Before it was recognized in the health system and an outbreak was declared. And so that's why it's spread everywhere, spread invisibly. We have made investments over the last 7 years to drive improvements in that system. So that by 2020, instead of four months, it was 15 days in the 2020 outbreak before the case was a case was identified in a hospital diagnosed and an outbreak declared and a response mounted. And the result it was 55 deaths and it was confined to the country. In April, with a systems we'd worked with the government to produce less than 48 hours for it to be detected. Suspected by the clinician, the diagnostic test was right there, they ran the test, it confirmed the person had Ebola. They immediately called an outbreak started tracing contacts and the outbreak was declared over within weeks, only 5 deaths, and it was locally contained.

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Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:23 min | 2 months ago

Charlie and Dr. James Lindsay on the Dangers of the COVID Mind Virus

"Are not taking seriously this takeover of every major institution of our children of education, of finance, of sports, of language, and then 2020 happens. So doctor Lindsay was doing all this research and then Floyd a palooza in the summer of 2020 unfolds. They only known cure for COVID. Right, exactly. Where if you're burning down a Wendy's, it's better than wearing a mask. And so really a large parts of the conservative movement I use that term loosely were completely taken by surprise where all of a sudden everything was about race. It was about structural inequity, oppressor versus oppressed, and we are still living through the damage that was implemented from the summer of 2020. And I'm not even talking about the burn buildings. That is true. I'm talking about how they saw their moment to change curriculum, implement textbooks, take over HR departments, be able to change hiring practices, affirmative action quotas. They saw a 90 day window when everyone was locked down and cooped up, took over the entire PR narrative to really introduce in my opinion. This is provocative and the media will find this to be newsworthy. I think that mind virus has done and will do more damage than the Chinese coronavirus. Oh, absolutely. Let's not even a question. And as a matter of fact, he calls it a mind virus. Let's exonerate him a moment and make the media have a slightly harder job than just getting the ignore what I'm about to say. This is totally based and this is one of the things I read in the literature writing those fake papers is there is a paper that was published right here. Arizona state university, two professors. Brienne files and Michael Carter, if you want their names, we like to name names. They wrote this paper in 2016 called women's studies as a virus, and in the paper they explained that these ideologies like women's studies and it could extend a gender erase or whatever you want it to be. Are meant to operate. They said the ideal metaphor for what they do is a virus. They say an ideal metaphor for us would be viruses like HIV, Ebola, SARS, some viruses cause cancer. Well, cancer represents true transformative change. So that's good too. Conservatism, they say represents like the immune system. And normally you need the immune system to preserve the body. But in this case, the virus will be good for the body. So we have to suppress the immune system. This is really how they describe themselves. And

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Uganda confirms at least 1 case of Ebola hemorrhagic fever

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Uganda confirms at least 1 case of Ebola hemorrhagic fever

"Ugandan health authorities say a man who died this week has tested positive for the virus that causes Ebola Health experts say it's still unknown how the man who lived in a central Ugandan town became infected with Ebola and that 6 other people in the same area died earlier in September after suffering a strange illness the confirmed Ebola victim was initially treated for other illnesses including malaria and pneumonia when he sought care in his home town Ebola which is spread by contact with bodily fluids of an infected person or contaminated materials manifests as a deadly hemorrhagic fever I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ebola. Ebola and monkeypox shows up and this is when he takes his. I figured that too, that that was the last straw. It was an 81 years old. What is it? Monkeypox for God's sake. I'm too old for this. So you know, Fauci has been doing this job so long that his first controversy was when congressional Republicans accused him of making up these germ things. I think if he was smart and we know he is, he's out shopping for like a bark of lounger. With wheels on it, he can just wheel into the congressional hearings. Yeah. And just flip up the footrest. Yeah. Pull the mic in and say, hit me. Come at me. He'll say. He's unclear about why he's finally retiring. Maybe it's because he finally can pay off his student loan. All right, here is your next quote. I hope that at the year 2022, it is accepted that even decision makers get to dance and go to parties. As you can tell from the extraordinarily accurate accent. Really, nailed it, bro that was a 36 year old woman in Finland that named Santa Marin, saying she's got a dance, even though she has what important job. Oh, she's the prime minister of Finland. She is. She is the prime minister, Santa Marina is. First, last week, video came out of the prime minister dancing with her friends at a club this was deemed to be so outrageous and this is true she agreed to take a drug test the results, she has rhythm. She has music and she can't ask for anything more. Well, it's too bad Boris Yeltsin is leaving. A great international relationship. You meant Johnson, but they're very close in it. What did I say? One's drunk once seems drunk. Isn't Finland supposed to be the happiest place on earth? I've heard that that they actually hire levels of satisfaction. And they're mad at their elected officials dancing. Yeah, apparently, they seem to imagine from the American perspective, you're so desperate for scandals. That's what you have to do. Don't we have some spares we can share with them? This week, there was a whole other scandal. She had to apologize yet again when a photo on Instagram was posted of two topless women kissing at the prime minister's official residence, it's completely inappropriate. People are going to get the idea that Finland has ever warm enough to take your tops off. It happened the prime minister says somewhat sheepishly after she invited some friends back to her place after a music festival, we are all for people having fun, but it never ends well when somebody says, hey, wanna come back to my official residence? Do

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New lab gives early alerts for zoonotic diseases

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

New lab gives early alerts for zoonotic diseases

"Monkeypox and COVID-19 have raised awareness around the world of zoonotic diseases that are passed between animals and human beings According to the Centers for Disease Control more than half of all human infections such as malaria Ebola and SARS are zoonotic in origin It's scientists estimate more than 6 out of every ten known infectious diseases in people can be spread from animals Now the Ugandan government has built a lab that tracks zoonotic diseases in national parks where many communities live close to a wide variety of wildlife The Uganda wildlife authority says the country must address the major challenges faced in wildlife conservation and disease control I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my

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Ebola case confirmed in Congo's west Equateur province

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Ebola case confirmed in Congo's west Equateur province

"A a a a new new new new Ebola Ebola Ebola Ebola case case case case has has has has been been been been confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed in in in in Congo's Congo's Congo's Congo's north north north north west west west west equator equator equator equator province province province province Congo Congo Congo Congo health health health health officials officials officials officials are are are are declaring declaring declaring declaring an an an an outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak nearly nearly nearly nearly four four four four months months months months after after after after the the the the last last last last one one one one ended ended ended ended in in in in the the the the Central Central Central Central African African African African nation nation nation nation the the the the World World World World Health Health Health Health Organization Organization Organization Organization says says says says the the the the new new new new case case case case a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one year year year year old old old old man man man man from from from from the the the the city city city city of of of of Aman Aman Aman Aman Dhaka Dhaka Dhaka Dhaka he he he he began began began began experiencing experiencing experiencing experiencing symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms on on on on April April April April fifth fifth fifth fifth his his his his family family family family took took took took care care care care of of of of him him him him at at at at home home home home until until until until he he he he got got got got too too too too sick sick sick sick he he he he was was was was admitted admitted admitted admitted to to to to a a a a bullet bullet bullet bullet treatment treatment treatment treatment center center center center Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday for for for for intensive intensive intensive intensive care care care care but but but but died died died died the the the the same same same same day day day day the the the the W. W. W. W. H. H. H. H. O. O. O. O. says says says says time time time time is is is is not not not not on on on on our our our our side side side side the the the the diseases diseases diseases diseases that that that that are are are are too too too too weak weak weak weak kids kids kids kids start start start start and and and and we're we're we're we're playing playing playing playing catch catch catch catch up up up up I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It used to be We drove to the site of MSF's old treatment center We are now close to the camp A few miles outside of town the paved road turns into gravel and we enter a jungle Bushes and trees reach towards us from all sides I think We are here We're going to get out You can still see some concrete slabs Old letters gloves But really it's just for us Kinney and some other former MSF staff show us around He points to where the ambulances and the land rovers would park And where the experts eat lunch Who was a nurse at the treatment center I was not part of this They're excited to show us where they worked and what they did every day They know they helped to save many lives But they also say they feel left behind and forgotten At the end of the Ebola outbreak national staff say they were finally invited to the guesthouse They hoped after a year of growing work with lope MSF might reward them Walk us tell us the hopes they might get to serve them Instead they say they were each given a certificate and a big white bucket gloves and soap I'm saying this If Ebola enters Kinney says that if MSF were to come back to the country to fight another Ebola outbreak he won't join them We are left with no conversation He says look at the risks that we took and we didn't get compensated for that That's why if Ebola happened again Nobody would tap into my knowledge to work again I would not do it that And the old street men center they tell us they want to look for a colleague's grave There was a nurse who worked there And died of Ebola It certainly we are very patients who died Because dead bodies were highly.

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Natalie Winters: Obama Funded Ukranian Biolabs to Study Pathogens

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 9 months ago

Natalie Winters: Obama Funded Ukranian Biolabs to Study Pathogens

"So beyond the fact that of course it was then senator Barack Obama who was spearheading these negotiations all the way back in 2005 a report from the U.S. national Academy of Sciences from 2011 actually really got into a details of what kind of research this lab with U.S. government funds was actually engaging in And they not only do they document the type of pathogens that they're working with but they note So there are about 4000 bio lab type facilities in Ukraine which is a pretty large number And only two of them actually have the certification the clearance to work with pathogens really of the most dangerous group that's the first level So think about the kind of stuff that they were working with at Wuhan And of those two labs the one that Obama and the U.S. Department of Defense helped fund is one of those labs So it actually says okay again according to this U.S. government report you know it's almost too good to be true But it's not Russian disinformation They actually admit that this lab is quote responsible for the identification of a specially dangerous biological pathogen and you can go on and read a separate document that talks about all the different viruses that they're working with Everything from plague to Ebola a lot of other scary ones and we actually just set up another story at the national pulse right now Just within the last minute or so documenting how this lab as well as a broader network of Ukrainian labs that have received United States government funds are taxpayer dollars Well they actually used to operate as part of a Soviet bio weapons program

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Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:02 min | 10 months ago

Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?

"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.

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There's a Reason Daniel Horowitz Uses the 'G Word'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:39 min | 10 months ago

There's a Reason Daniel Horowitz Uses the 'G Word'

"You used the G word early on. You're Jewish, to say genocide is a big deal. Can you elaborate on that? Some people would disagree. Sure. Well, I mean, how many millions of people died from COVID? COVID is not natural. Everyone knows that. It is not. It came from somewhere. That is a genocide. Denial of treatment. Here's the thing. The juxtaposition of the standard for which they use to not just approve, but market, not just market, but coerce. Upon us, the vaccines that Therapeutics that they're using versus the standard they're using not just to block but to almost criminalize doctors off of using things that have four decade long safety profiles, won the Nobel Prize. It listed as WHO essential medicine. At worst, it's just a placebo. Okay, let's say it doesn't work. It certainly couldn't do any harm. They will literally use Remdesivir, which was pulled from a clinical trial for Ebola because of kidney failure failure. They'll use it on people that have kidney disease. And it doesn't work. It doesn't work. WHO recommended against it because they did a large randomized controlled trial. It doesn't work. There's stuff doesn't work. And they block it. You know, when I talk about genocide, let me say this. There's a man named Ralph. He did all the Ivermectin right to try legal cases in the hospital. And he was up against people in the Rochester house systems in court, where they were blocking Ivermectin. The judge ruled in Ralph's favor. They got Ivermectin into the person. And the guy is home today with his kids this day. Even though he was ready on a ventilator, very, very hard to recover from that. This happens several times. Yet the same lawyer for the hospital systems will go up against him again. Why would you possibly do that? He told me they testified in court that they had advised the patient's family to take them off life support. So it's not just the bottom of the 9th inning, game over. And yet they wouldn't allow them to try something that was regarded as one of the safest medications around when they said it was over with, but they'll have no problem using stuff in the ICU that has FDA black box warnings for blood clotting. It's called lumia. It's one of the few drugs they use and Remdesivir. You can't recover from that observation, Charlie. This stuff I've seen and heard in hospitals. It's

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"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:54 min | 10 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

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"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

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"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

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Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Ebola-Like Virus Raging Through China

"Doctor zelenko, there are whispers from doctor Malone and other people that I trust that there is a potential Ebola like virus raging through China that might be something completely different. What have you heard about this? And do you think it just might be hysteria gone wild or do you think that there might be another mutant or a mutation? I should say that might have been caused by the mass inoculation strategy that we underwent. So you're referring to a virus that's causing hemorrhagic fever and bleeding. That's not a coronavirus. It's more similar to the Ebola virus. I became aware of my 6 months ago, living research and dissipating potential other threats into smallpox. Marburg virus was developing the Russians and used as a bio weapon. So I looked into it cell biology. It turns out it's a single strand RNA virus, which is in the same kind of pathway as influenza virus and COVID, even though it's much, much more lethal. So I could think around 30% lethality. And so in anticipation of a potential thread from such a virus, I spoke to a query ten of the leading immunologists and researchers that I know. And most of them had no idea. I just spoke to doctor Malone and he didn't know either and he was looking into who's the expert in the government on my burglars. However, I've had a colleague from Germany, doctor Roland Darwin, and I asked him to hear, look, we have an RNA polymerase to replicate. Do you think the zinc ionophore zinc approach would work? And he said, yes.

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Where Is America the Most Racially Divided?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | 11 months ago

Where Is America the Most Racially Divided?

"ebola" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"ebola" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey everybody, what is the most racially divided part of America? We talk about that and also we talk about the one year anniversary of Donald Trump being kicked off social media and a new virus, raging through China. What does it mean? Might be something not too good. We talk about that in so much more. If you want to email us your questions, you can always email me directly, freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. If you want to subscribe to our show, make sure you are subscribed to the Charlie Kirk show and get a friend to do the same. An Apple podcast, it's as easy as hitting the upper right hand plus sign in the upper right hand corner to make sure you're subscribed to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie Kirk show hit subscribe by hitting the upper right hand corner and hit that plus sign. If you want to get involved with turning point USA, go to TP USA dot com that's TP USA dot com to start a high school or a college chapter today where we play offense with a sense of urgency to win the American culture war that's TP USA dot com. Check it out today. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's run in The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie, he's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries destroyed lives and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by my friends Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage, Triple H, Triple H 1172, or Andrew and Todd dot com. This is super early, and so I don't want to alarm anybody, but we do like to keep eyes on this. There is a new and strange. I guess you could call it virus. Raging across China right now and there's doctor Robert Malone says that it could potentially be an Ebola like fever virus. That sounds bad. And science dot org says that there's a new unexplained SARS like virus found in China. Now, so the only reason we look at this is because you're actually not seeing this in the mainstream media and we don't know. Maybe it's a Macron two. It's actually weaker or it's something else. You know, I was just, I was just talking to somebody the other day. And he helps with the show. I said, what are they planning next? I said, what's the next variation of this if I'm a cron is actually the relaxing of standards? I sure hope this is not what it potentially could be. But we're going to keep our eyes on that. And we're going to write it up on Charlie Kirk dot com. Pneumonia outbreak in Wuhan appears to subside, but many questions remain about routes and extent of transmission. And things continue to spread doctor Robert Malone's latest disease, spreading across China, and Ebola like hemorrhagic fever virus were still monitoring.

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The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

The Truth About COVID Vaccines with Dr. Judy Mikovitz

"The earlier part, I want to make sure our audience understands it. So even though if it's a series of viruses introduced by the flu vaccine, has there been research done to actually be able to find the markers of what this is? It's not just the flu vaccine. It's literally every vaccine and see no, I know, but it all seemed to culminate within one year. But then you say it's because of the masking and the fear and the immunosuppression. And the culmination is kill the most vulnerable. Who's being injected? It's a medical racism. Children are getting injected. But the elderly. They're very people with the disease. Again, you've got an emergency use, and the reason I mentioned Ebola is because Doctor John, who is the head of that team of Christians and is from where I'm from and to her, California and leading the healthcare system there. He did two things when he suspected the doctor got infected. And that it was actually contagious Ebola that Tony Fauci and company had been created. So they sent contagious Ebola. What did he give him? He gave him hydroxychloroquine. And saline, a quiet room, prayed for him, prayed for him. The book, the day, sorry, the book called for life by Kent and amber Brantley. That's the Doctor Who got sick. And so we remember the cover up is Tony Fauci and Obama in a plane went to the CDC. This was just when senator posey, I believe a Florida was going to bring to Congress to the Senate and unveil the thousands of pages of documents of the crimes committed in these vaccine programs in the tens of millions of people murdered and injured around the world starting with 8. And that's what the movie plandemic is about. Plandemic shows you the history, and that's why Mickey Willis can elevate films. They called it plandemic and I called it a plandemic because we've witnessed this since HIV aids, where gain of function studies were done to make a virus more deadly and then develop

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Harvey Levin Seems to Be in Bed With Jussie Smollett

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Levin Seems to Be in Bed With Jussie Smollett

"I've been keeping my eye on the juicy spoiler. The Jussie Smollett trial and it's sad to say that Harvey Levin and TMZ may be partial to seeing the empire after get away with this bullshit. I'm telling you, I gotta say, what is wrong with Harvey? I've been saying it for a while. We saw how in the bag he was against Britney Spears. Then he rallys at like he was behind her. He wasn't after he was allegedly accepting money from Britney's dad to put disparaging content about Britney on the TMZ website and show. I've got three seats. But he's going too far here with the Smollett trial. He really is. The situation is yes. Harvey Levin is trying to paint a picture that the jury in this trial may not be buying the testimony from one of the Nigerian brothers don't ask me his goddamn names all Ebola, whatever the fuck. May not be buying the testimony from one of the Nigerian brothers against Jesse because he dealt drugs to Jesse. What's worse, Harvey, dealing the drugs or being the person who takes the drugs. Come on, why would people on a jury have an issue with the person who procures the drugs and not what the celebrity who asked the person to get them? I don't think the jury thinks that much worse of a guy who's not selling drugs per se, but getting them for Jesse. It makes no sense to me. I think he's reaching into bad reach.

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"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on Mind Pump

"But we're out there mixing some carrying buckets doing that they practice all the time, and I'm exhausted. My hands are fatigued. Everything's cramping up. And these guys are whistling while they're doing this kind of work. Because inefficient with your energy. Yes, they've practiced so much that they became very good at it. So there's tremendous benefit and practicing with your skill of working out or lifting, but the only way to do this really because practice, what's the key of practice is to do it often, right? You can't do it often if you go heavy. You have to do it light in order to practice often and reap those benefits. And that's when going light is really appropriate with that. The next one is kind of similar. And this is when you just want to add more frequency to your training. This was the key to the trigger sessions that I put in maps anabolic. Triggers because with maps in Ebola, if you go with the more advanced version of it, 'cause there's two versions when you buy the program. One gives you two heavy what are called foundational workouts a week. The other option gives you three heavy foundational workouts a week. And you're working the full body all three of those days. So the whole body's getting hit three days a week. But I threw in trigger sessions so that you could hit the whole body, 5, 6, 7 days a week, right? But how is that possible? The only way it's possible is if the weight is really light in the intensity is really low, does light weight and low intensity send a muscle building signal. It does. A small one, but it's still does. And the best part is it doesn't impede your recovery. In fact, this is the best part. Speeds it up. Lightweight speeds up your recovery. If you don't believe me, next time you get really sore and a body part. I don't care what body part it is..

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Africa detecting just 1 in 7 COVID-19 cases, says WHO study

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Africa detecting just 1 in 7 COVID-19 cases, says WHO study

"A World Health Organization study finds only one in seven cobit nineteen infections in Africa are being detected since the start of the outbreak Africa has reported more than seven million cases of code that nineteen and over two hundred thousand deaths a new WHO's study found that only one in seven infections are being detected end of your travel could bring a surge in cases Dr masterpiece of already is that world health organization's Africa regional director she says more accurate numbers of infections are needed to better curb transmission she says the U. N. plans to increase rapid diagnostic testing in eight African countries the initiative would test people who might be a symptomatic based on a ring strategy that was used against smallpox and Ebola you will target people living within a one hundred metre radius around new confirmed cases I'm Jennifer king

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"ebola" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It the way i did it. And yeah now we go for for for the for the last flight on wednesday. I hope that there will be more possible. Then on ebola enjoy provision acting from the site But that's a nice. I'm really looking forward to it and looking forward to the new things that will come so i'm really curious. Hold a second part of my life would be. When did you make the decision. A gradual thing or was there any particular moment you mentioned crashes and you've terrible crashes.

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"ebola" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Now we go for for the for the last flight on wednesday. I hope that there will be more possible. Then on ebola enjoy provision acting from the site But that's a nice. I'm really looking forward to it and looking forward to the new things that will come so i'm really curious. Hold a second part of my life would be. When did you make the decision. A gradual thing or was there any particular moment you mentioned crashes and you've terrible crashes recently but was particular moment actually i made. I made a decision a few days after my bed. Trash faucet cost me to do to quit the tour. I had to this thoughts in my head but acidic gave me some time to really think about it But after a few weeks thought wrestling my hat and some out fed right. And i spoke to my family. My friends to my team and dale is supported. Me one hundred percent and So i made this decision and for the moment today i never regretted and especially I'm i'm really happy that d- team supported me in this way that they gave me the chance to an maccabee a- as i wish for me here it's the perfect rounding here if it's really good and it doesn't matter which recite i did today. It's just nice to be here. The fans of the my closest people and to say pick one performance a result from your career that is of especial importance satisfaction to you. Yeah when i'm when i'm asked for my biggest victory actually championships in Ten years ago comes directly. My hat was actually my breakthrough biggest recite until darah and thing this feeding. I remember my whole life. And for me i would say it's it's the nicest most emotional victory you'll be emotional wednesday or emotional now. Yeah i always already told everybody. I'm mostly. I realized the big the big resorts victories of the most important decisions after a few days. When i'm alone. When i have time to think about it then i will get a bit.

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"ebola" Discussed on The Current

The Current

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on The Current

"I am speaking to you at a moment of grave crisis. I'm jeff turner and this is recall. It's a series about history not the ancient past but history. That still hot to the touch. In this first season i explore a revolutionary political movement that brought a modern democracy to the brink. You can find recall how to start a revolution on the cbc. Listen app or wherever you get your podcasts. This is a cbc podcast. It has been a month now since the taliban took control of afghanistan while most of the world is still waiting and watching to see how they plan to govern pakistan has an officially recognized the new government but has expressed its support. They want an inclusive government. Women women rights in their own context. They want human rights. They've given amnesty so sofa what they have said clearly. They want international acceptability. That's pakistan's prime minister imran khan's speaking with cnn. His first televised interview with western media since the taliban took power cbc senior correspondent. Susan ormiston was recently in pakistan and she joins me now susan. Hello good morning heard from the pakistan prime minister there. He said that the taliban deserves the benefit of the doubt from the international community. Why would the government in pakistan want that regional influence boils down to that. Islamabad proceed the ashraf ghani government as really too close to both the us and to india and not sympathetic really to pakistan's interest so the night of the taliban. They named their all cabinet. I met with a special assistant to the prime minister is his name is rav hassan and he described pakistan's early relationship with this new taliban government. We feel more secure in the sense that we knew that the government we have in kabul. Today is much more sympathetic to the concerns of the neighboring countries We also feel secure in the sense that the government in kabul is inclined to working with neighboring countries and regional countries for forging peace and facing other challenges so that august fell for the future definitely so pakistan sees. This new taliban government has some sort of regional partner for the first time in decades. Yes but not you know and many do that for a long time. The us and others have accused pakistan's intelligence services of supporting the taliban with training money with weaponry. Now pakistan's government denies. This has for years. So i asked to tucson about that history. The complaints that you know some of the leadership in the taliban lived in pakistan were educated in madris's that's religious schools there and went back and forth across the border. We looked after over. Four million deputies for the last so many so many years and We had just a few families taliban families living in our country. So you look at it you know you must make make a combat as we had looked after millions of accounts but a number of years now but why is it that the world but i just talk about those few families not about four million refugees tech we still house impacts so pakistan feels as though it's looked after its fair share of afghan refugees. How do afghans feel about their neighbors. Well it it is mixed and of course but here here's one perspective recently so matt. They're chanting death to pakistan. This was a protest recently in in kabul and pakistan says that this was staged by foreign actors but among those who oppose the taliban still in the country they see. Pakistan is a player who Really helped in the fall of the ghani government and they alleged that he was trying to help. Put down the resistance even after that pakistan roundly denies this. But here's an important nuance now. Remember matt in the first few news conferences by the taliban spokesperson ebola moudjahid's said the taliban wouldn't allow any country including pakistan to interfere in its affairs and i asked haroon rashid. He's a longtime pakistani journalist about the talibans public strategy vis-a-vis pakistan. They want to show a bit of a distance between pakistan and the taliban now that they are in control because they don't want to be seen as pakistan's stooges or something like that internally inside of an islamic will be very difficult for them to counter this kind of narrative bears up. These are all men even control. He says that pakistan wants to show distance but the reality is the first visitor. The taliban had even before the interim cabinet was announced was the chief of intelligence for pakistan. Yes lieutenant general phase hamid head of the isi. He popped up. At the serena hotel in kabul on september four so early on pakistan says he was invited to talk about border concerns and there are many Haroon rashid said it was very interesting optics for i think general hamid was trying to bring different sections in some sort of an agreement as well if you go by the taliban statement. The visit was helpful. I mean i don't know the picture of dental meet with a cup of tea Was it intentional or will it just to show off that. Isis in quite comfortable position in afghanistan. Or something like that. But my is that that was the behind. That picture was that Things under control. It would appear that that the taliban in pakistan retreading some sort of fine line in terms of how they represent their relationship to the international community. And what that relationship actually means And two afghans in particular. It was interesting. You're speaking with the assistant to the prime minister earlier. And he mentioned the number of afghan refugees that are already in pakistan you spoke with longtime afghan refugees in islamabad. What did they tell you about their situation. You know there have been waves of afghan refugees in pakistan over forty years of war. Really you know one point. Four million registered and probably a couple million undocumented as well so pakistan is saying look it can't afford another surge of refugees it already has millions so the borders are currently closed matt Close to afghans except those with visas to enter pakistan or with medical necessities. We went to rawalpindi. Which is actually really close to his arm about. It's a sprawling city and afghan refugees. Here have kind of settled into the fabric over the decades and we found a doctor at a tiny clinic clinic really on a shopping street and.

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Liz Wheeler Suggests the Fear Porn Over Coronavirus Is out of Control

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Liz Wheeler Suggests the Fear Porn Over Coronavirus Is out of Control

"So, Mr. Let's start first on the coronavirus Fear porn, which has gotten quite grotesque. You know, I've been doing cable commentary for a while, and I remember again or in Ebola and H one n one. You know, the whole thing was Don't panic. We'll figure it out. Science will get us through it. And if we don't come up with some vaccine will learn to live with it. The whole thing was don't panic, and then Donald Trump came into office. The left figured out it could use coronavirus as a political weapon, and they did. And that is real consequences, Liz. I mean, we're seeing this now in this Atlantic story that upwards of 50% of people who are hospitalized were hospitalized for mild or asymptomatic cases, which means some of them probably thought they were going to die because the media told them they were going to die, even though they were mild or asymptomatic. Yeah, it's horrifying. I mean, the primary difference between how the political establishment has handled covid versus h one N one or Ebola, As we were told in no uncertain terms during each one and one and Ebola that we are Americans and we keep going. We keep living our normal lives. Do not stop. Do not do not fear. And now we're being told the opposite. We're being told. You know that you're basically a virus. You're not a person. You're a pathogen, and you have to wear a mask it to dehumanize yourself, because that's more important than anything else. It's really I mean, it's not the politics. This is a Marxist tactic as a marketing tactic. These radical leftists have been wanting for a long time to undermine our institutions here in our country and impose Marxism on the American people. They realize that if they declare an emergency, whether or not it truly is, if they declare an emergency people will fear and in their fear it will be willing to turn over their rights and liberties for the government. And so since the American people unfortunately have done so in the past year and a half the government certainly not going to stop. They're going to keep pushing the American people until One of these days, the American people hopefully you're going to say Enough is enough. We're giving, you know more power, and we're taking back. All right.

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The Fear Mongering Seen Today by Biden and the Media Over COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

The Fear Mongering Seen Today by Biden and the Media Over COVID

"With Fox and I went on a network and I'm going to say where. But I remember doing a segment on He bother Ebola virus. Remember Ebola when we had a case that was in Texas, right, Jim that the Ebola case was, Yeah, I was in Texas. And I specifically remember one of the bookers at the network saying, Hey, listen, You know it was if I needed to be told this, but they were like, you know, let's stay calm. Let's see if I was going to go on the air. Everyone's gonna die like I don't do. That's not my bag of donuts, you know? But I remember that that was, but they even scolded and chastised Joe Biden when Joe Biden remember was at the outbreak of Was it H one n one. Or remember that where Joe Biden went and said, Don't fly on planes. It's recycled there And then, Um, Obama's press secretary, Jay Carney, comes out here. Then they actually made him look like it is there like, please don't listen to the vice president. He's a moron, all right. They didn't say that. Exactly. But trust me, that's exactly what they were saying. No, I'm serious. I know this is hard to digest now, because you're like, Wait. Now it's completely different. Biden and everybody else Where a mask. Fauci panic all the time. The media we gotta panic. Everybody is dying, right? You can't even remember a time with Ebola and H one n one and even HIV back in the eighties, I was alive for that. So it's Jim. So it was Mike. I remember that was a virus with a 100% fatality rate back then. One of everybody who got it essentially died. Coronavirus for healthy young people has like a 1 to 2% tops for younger folks. Fatality rate HIV had a 100% fatality rate. And in the beginning, nobody knew how it was spread. It took a while for them to figure it out. It was sexually transmitted And folks even back then the panic wasn't like it is now. Think about that at 100% fatality rate. I remember

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"ebola" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"That it's it. Like she's just very like jazz her way that she wants to keep you guessing. I think right to kind of keep that so. She's trying to keep ebola hand a little bit. Yeah very here like the. They're like some papa book a while ago but it was like the rules like ways to keep a man or something and it was all those things can make him give you the give gifts and never let him. Do this always do this. It was very specific dynamic. I think maybe she read that book at some. So what did you rate them There wasn't aside from the dog. Anything like really alarming to me. Because even though like the haven't kissed and like he said that they would get divorced like she. She didn't seem to have any problem with him saying that. She's not worried about it so much for this weekend. Fours like they're doing their own thing but they kind of weirdly are lining up. Yes putting things that maybe any other guy would. nah. And i think she. She's like she likes him and you know there's certain things she doesn't like about the situation she wouldn't have a dog. She had her way but she's kind of making his talents. I go. I want to be married. So like she's acknowledging that yeah but she's she's never going to admit if she were to fall in love with the dog. I don't think she's going to admit like all right. Yeah no way. Awesome so which couple we have. Two couples left up. Would you like to talk about next. Everybody's.

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"ebola" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

Lex Fridman Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on Lex Fridman Podcast

"Is You want to deploy something in the body. That's as close to the actual virus possible but doesn't do nearly as much hearts right and there's like a million and a million but there's a bunch of ways you could possibly do so those are two ways and now of course we have modern ways. We can make our vaccines right. What's what are the modern ways that did you wanna look amarna vaccine. That's that's one of the. That's the most modern but even before am irony vaccines. We learned that we could use viruses to deliver proteins from a virus that you want to prevent And so the ebola vaccine we took the spike gene of ebola virus and put it in a different virus. And we deliver that to people and that's called the vectored vaccine in some of the covy. Vaccines are vectors of different kinds of most famous or adenovirus vectors carrying the spike gene into the cell. Can you explain how the vaccine works again. So we have we take a a virus that will infect humans But will not make you sick in the case of adenoviruses the years and years of people studying it has told us which means you could cut out and allow the virus to infect the sale but not close any disease so instead of doing selection on it. You you you actually genetically modified. Yes you modify actor. You'd be much more precise about your very precise. And then you splice in the gene for the spike and then you use that to deliver the gene and it becomes produced as protein and then you make an immune. Response factor is the term for this modify. So we're now using viruses at our bidding where using them as vectors not just for vaccines. We can cure mono janik diseases. That is if you have. If you're born with a genetic disease if a deletion or mutation in the gene a single gene we can give you the the regular gene back using a virus vacuum so but answers to. We can cure cancers with vectors. Really interesting i think. Content to fifteen years most cancers will be treatable with viruses wa and not only can. We put things in the vector to kill the tumor. We can target the vector to the tumor specifically in a number of ways. And that makes it less toxic right. Doesn't affect your other sales but it takes time to develop a vector particular thing because it requires a deep understanding. Yeah in fact we have about a dozen different virus. Vectors that have been studied for twenty years and those are the set of vaccine vectors. That were using so includes adenoviruses. The secular stomatologists matatus virus. Which is a cousin of of rabies but doesn't make people sick Influenza viruses being used as a vector in many even measles fires..

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"ebola" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Republicans to democrats. I will not pass this responsibility onto a fifth. President trump negotiated in american pull out from afghanistan with the taliban with a deadline. Of may i and it's possible that if the us didn't pull out the taliban would have launched their attacks anyway forcing biden to increase the number of american troops in the country mara liasson npr news hospitals in texas are getting overwhelmed by unvaccinated covert patients. But npr's john burnett reports governor. Greg abbott is not backing down from his ban on school mask. Mandate's governor abbott is in a standoff with some of the state's largest school districts. Houston dallas fort worth austin and san antonio in defiance of the governor. They're acquiring all students to mask up. When they returned to school this month week there was a welter of local lawsuits challenging abbott statewide order. That says no governmental entity may force masking. Many of them have been successful so now. The governor has asked the state supreme court to bring the local school officials in line. Many other school districts leery of running afoul of abbott have made masks optional while abbott fights mandatory masking texas. Icu's are filling up with unvaccinated cova nineteen patients with some hospitals. Erecting triage tents. In parking lots john burnett. Npr news austin ivory coast says. It's found its first case of ebola in twenty five years. The bbc's sophie glass ryan reports. The case was detected in the crowded urban center of avi john. The eighteen year old woman at the center of this outbreak traveled to ivory coast by road from guinea an entered. Dijon three days ago. She was admitted to hospital with a fever and is now. Receiving treatment is the first case of a bowler a severe and often fatal illness in the west african nation since nineteen ninety four dr matt so moeti of the world health organization said the new outbreak was of immense concern because it has appeared in the densely populated city of john. The bbc's sophie glass ryan it's npr news. Haitians are picking through the rubble of collapsed buildings and dealing with aftershocks. After a seven point two magnitude earthquake yesterday left hundreds missing and injured and more than three hundred people. Dead one month after its president was assassinated. Haiti's new prime minister has declared a state of emergency. It comes as haiti's entire coast is under a tropical storm. Watch forecasters are warning of heavy rain. That could lead to flash flooding. A tropical storm. Warning is in effect for the us. Virgin islands puerto rico and the dominican republic in britain. Girka veterans are on their ninth day of a hunger strike outside the prime minister's residence of number ten downing street. Vicki barker has more on the story from london. The gurkhas are nepalese. Soldiers who've had their own units in the british military for two centuries they have a reputation for being fierce in battle gentle and easy going in peace time that latter stereotype hasn't been their friend for decades. The gerke accepted lower. Pensions and benefits than those accorded british-born veterans but in two thousand nine. They won the right to resettle in the uk where expenses are much higher than in nepal. Yet only those retiring after nineteen ninety-seven or given full uk military. Pensions now. the actor. Joanna lumley whose late father commanded a girka unit is calling on british officials to meet with the hunger strikers and do the right thing for npr news. I'm vicki barker in london. i'm. Amy held in washington. You're listening to npr news..

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Guinea Reports West Africa's First Known Marburg Virus Death

BBC Newsday

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Guinea Reports West Africa's First Known Marburg Virus Death

"Authorities in Guinea have confirmed death from the Marburg virus, the first case ever found in West Africa. It's a fever with very, very high fatality rates, which causes sufferers to bleed to death. The person's contacts have been traced to being monitored, and we can speak to Dr Patrick, a bulk of the World Health Organization who joins us down the line from Brazzaville. Something a surprise in the sense it's the first time this has been found in West Africa. What do we know about this specific? Case and somewhere near Gueckedou in Guinea, I believe Okay. Thank you. Thank you so much. And thank you for having me. As you clearly say, This is the first time Guinea we were seeing a case of mobile in West Africa. The kids in points and index gets well. Was reported on some of the patient who is for the six years old who reported with the high grade fever, bleeding of the gums, cheeks. And Unfortunately, the patient died two days after attending being attended to in the hospital. Samples were taken from this location confirmed for mobile in within the simple security in southern Kettle. Further secondary confirmation of that the country is not sure every name Conakry but also in the car yesterday. So these kids to pastor is that right? That's right, at least in that the kids with one probable case that is the wife so far we are following up the boat, so one for the six contact And, uh, Essentially happening in the same location where we just concluded containing the Ebola, um, right visit two months

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"ebola" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"Enter. Who i knew myself to be vis is the point and purpose of each one of your lives is to understand how we have been denying shaming denigrating our authentic self and to reclaim that which lies waging for us underneath the layers of institutions and falsities attachments. It's like waiting. Jewelled it still there intact waiting to be reclaimed. This is the purpose of life we think it is the phd and the book and the medal and the gold and the account. But that is the illusion. The maya that is the seduction and that is what keeps us in the throes of capitalism in the throes of hunger it feeds itself hunger to hunger to hunger. So when you wake up and realize that you've been living in a matrix that is eating you from inside. It's a never ending hamster wheel. It's a joke really. it's hilarious. How we just keep going but we have to have the courage to see. i'm calling. the ebola has no clothes. i am calling it. i'm calling bullshit bullshit. i'm calling it the matrix. I'm bursting the bubble. And i'm going to dare to step out. It takes courage. It takes dying because of everything you thought you needed was the love and approval and validation of others. What you're willing to say no more. I don't need it anymore. But you're scared it's terrifying and you step out of the matrix and you're stepping into rose petals. You're stepping into an abyss into nothingness. Into who am i truly. Who am i supposed to be and you have to endure. The no woman's land used to endure it and this is way i see all regressions occur. You know i see all backtracking running back and that's normal. That's normal to the next rock bottom but if you can understand the narrative you can understand the journey of the hero. How that no woman's land is important without did you cannot enter the next dimension so you have to endure it and that's where you could. Meditated get the help of a coach and take a course. Because that's where you will be tested as the time of testing but if you can live through that and you can understand that. This is what i need to do. This is what. I owe myself the gift i need to shed. I need to release. I need to say goodbye will be. Oh hey then slowly inching you come you come out of the cave and you come to the other side. And you can see glimmers glimmers of something undefined unknown but so familiar and you will know you all coming back home. You're coming back to.

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CDC Warns That 'War Has Changed' With Variant Now Infecting Vaccinated People

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Warns That 'War Has Changed' With Variant Now Infecting Vaccinated People

"Highly infectious is the answer in internal documents from the C D. C documents obtained by The Washington Post appear to be talking points for the CDC to use and explaining the variance. Danger, including the line acknowledge of the war has changed. Note. The delta variant causes infections more contagious than the flu, small parks and Ebola and as infectious as chickenpox, the documents say. Since January, people who were infected after vaccination had made up an increasing portion of hospitalizations and in hospital deaths among those with Covid 19. While emphasizing the vaccines are still highly effective, and that breakthrough infections are uncommon. Soccer Megane Washington and we'll talk more about this in

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"ebola" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"ebola" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rebel a outbreak before it gets out of hand. The World's Africa correspondent Holly McGee, Condi reports. Guinea's government says the first detected case of this Ebola's epidemic began at a funeral. It was for a local nurse who died last month in the southern town of Quick, It's not clear whether she died of Ebola herself. But soon after the funeral, attendees began showing the telltale signs of the disease. Diarrhea, vomiting and bleeding. Seven of them have since tested positive for the Ebola virus. At least three of them have died. The sexy Justin. We're declaring an epidemic, says the Kuba K town of Guinea's National Agency of Health Security. He spoke at a press conference yesterday when health officials had a crisis meeting to discuss the Ebola cases. Us. And five years ago, they were battling Anibal, a epidemic that killed thousands of people in West Africa. It eventually spread to nine other countries, including the United States. But this time getting and health officials say they have a plan. Now look at it, Keita says. Health officials are sending out investigation teams to southern Guinea to do contact tracing to identify everyone who attended the funeral. That's to limit the spread of this epidemic. Another priority is vaccination, according to the World Health Organization. There are two licensed Ebola vaccines. Yeah, Jack Keeter said the priority is to vaccinate those who might have been exposed to Ebola in order to limit and interrupt the transmission of the virus. Last month, the World Health Organization announced the creation of a global stockpiles of the Ebola vaccine to help respond quickly to outbreaks like this One vaccine campaigns have already begun in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where another Ebola outbreak was declared last week. That's a cube, a key to the health official from Guinea said. Prevention is key to wash your hands, he said, and don't touch items that belong to an infected person. Not too different from preventing the spread of the Corona virus, which, of course, Guinea is also dealing with right now. For the world. I'm Halima Condi in Nairobi. Mario.

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"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"ebola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stories that encourage lifelong learning and the National Endowment for the Arts, the federal agency that supports the arts and creativity in communities across the nation. More information is available at art stunk of It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noel King, and I'm Steve Inskeep. Bloomberg has been publishing a map of the world, which shows the level of vaccine distribution and different countries and virtually the entire continent of Africa. More than 50 different nations. It's just blank. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is our next guest and Nobel PRI peace Prize recipient former president of Liberia and she says Africa may be left out until next year. Certainly for calls the Ebola's outbreak which hit her country, among others, in West Africa in 2015 last year, she was asked to co chair a review of the global response to this pandemic, and she says Africa is in danger of being left behind. In Africa we don't have the resources is a simple as that, unless vaccine is seen as a free could On the basis that until everyone is safe, no one is safe when it seemed in that context. Then perhaps the wealthier nations of the world will come up with a formula that says, how can we share the fascination with those countries that are under resourced? Vaccination at this speed on this scale is unprecedented, and even the United States has discovered logistical problems. It's very hard to get millions of doses to millions of people in a very short time. Are there even greater logistical challenges in parts of Africa? We will face logistical challenges, no doubt. But I like to point our case of Ebola when Africa put up a platform to ensure that the medications and the responses to Ebola's were being available. To support of African countries that this back for was used to ensure equitable distribution among those African countries in need. Of course, there were limited countries at that time. Because Ebola affected the three neighboring countries in West Africa s O. Maybe distribution was easier sell population in those countries of like smaller than others. It would be more complicated if you have all of African countries. We should recall that rebel A was an extreme stress on the societies of a number of countries. What were some of the ways that you learned to address public anxiety and to get genuine medical care to people? Well, the first thing you need to get proper information whose library information On the state of the disease so that proper communications given to citizens. So that they don't have to guess they don't have to speculate. As to the extent of the effect of the disease, and one has to have coordination We can't have different entities in fourth of the health sector are involved in the financial sector. That's the only way you can win the confidence of citizens doing show that even if you have the means to address it, that they take the medication, or they adhere to the protocol. What, Iet's Mask er, whether it's social distancing. And, of course, in the case of the bull again strong partnerships because they're too The three affected countries did not have the resources to get the medication and to get the kind of support I was necessary. But they had good partners in the United States. As you probably know, Madam president. There are a lot of people who have expressed skepticism about masking and social distancing. They've declined to participate, and there's also a very widespread skepticism. Vaccines. Does that all sound familiar to you? Yes, it does. I mean, Liberia face the same thing in the early days of Ebola. But we were able to overcome it, too strong government action and leaders have to be able to convey this. This very tee off this disease tow their lives into their livelihoods in very clear terms. With very care, action and strong commitment not only to formulate those measures but to find a means to ensure that citizens understanding and are willing to comply for their own safety. I'm realizing that part of the reason I was a little surprised by the pandemic when it came Was that I remembered the experience of Ebola's that there was a terrible virus, but that it was contained in one part of the world that did not go worldwide. Granting that a pandemic is always possible. Were you surprised that this virus got out of control in a way that Ebola did not? Yes, because of the failure. Care of the measures to address The virus. I must say In the case of Ebola, I said, initially we face the same problem. The problem of confidence that people who thought maybe this was, you know somebody trying to limit their ability to move about their rights. You know, Toto freedom. Those other kinds of concerns our citizens happen. It's up to leaders to address those fears and those concerns and to make sure that the overcome them former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia. Thank you so much. Thank you. Organizer's promise that the Tokyo Olympics delayed because of the pandemic will happen this summer. But much of Japan is in a state of emergency and no one there has even been vaccinated. Yet Here's NPR's Anthony Kuhn. On Friday, government spokesman Mon Abou Sakai denied in anonymously sourced report by the British newspaper The Times that the Japanese government itself is privately given up on the games. We'll try to save face by bidding for the next available slot in 2032 Prime Minister Yoshihide Ace Ooga reiterated before parliament Friday that he's determined to make the Games happen, and International Olympic chief Thomas Bach said Thursday that there is no plan B. One of the Olympics. Most vocal critics author you, Honma says Japanese officials feel they've invested too much money and prestige in the games to pull out Now each document it Oh, Serena much you guys at once. They've made the decision. They can never reverse it, he says. Even if they realize it's wrong. Nobody wants to take responsibility for canceling it, he adds. In a private speech this month. Tokyo Organizing Committee chief Yoshiro Money admitted he doesn't know if the games will go ahead or not, but added that he can't voices doubts in public. Japan's biggest cities, Tokyo and Osaka and several other prefectures. They're currently under a state of emergency until at least February, 7th. The government will probably have to make its decision before the Olympic torch relay begins. March. 25th, a Kildow news agency pull this month found about 80% of Japanese think the game should either be canceled or postponed. The U. S Olympic and Paralympic Committee said in a tweet they hadn't heard anything suggesting that the games aren't happening, and so they continue to train and prepare. Anthony Kuhn. NPR NEWS Seoul This'll is NPR news. For more than 95 years, New Yorkers have been listening to W N Y C for.

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