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"gavi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"gavi" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Happening all across the country One tally from Beijing research from gavi Kel dragonomics calculates cities accounting for about 50% of China's total economic output have some sort of lockdown measure in place Now let's zoom out because this congestion is happening on a global scale too with China at the center of it And it's like super chaos theory If you shut down one ship in one place what happens three months later Eitan buckman is chief marketing officer for the platform fritos which helps small businesses book shipping freight for their goods The problem is major ports like the one in Shanghai are also smalled up due to Chinese lockdowns Then you also start to get the cascading Domino's falling and you see more congestion at their surrounding ports because now ships might not call at the port of Shanghai and you have three to 6 months of echoes in the system that just don't go away 90% of their clients say they've been impacted by delays and higher shipping costs even if their factories or logistics are not even directly in Shanghai Clients like Dan auto vice president at code and quill a high end stationary ecommerce company The port of Shanghai is currently going through some pretty extreme congestion goods that would have otherwise gone out of Shanghai are now going through ningbo So even the ports that may be less affected by lockdowns are still seeing the spillover effects Including the port of ningbo where he ships his custom notebooks and planners from For the last two years China's zero tolerance approach to COVID-19 meant a relatively stable operating environment Long periods of normalcy punctuated by occasional mass testing are lockdowns across only a handful of cities Michael Hart is president.

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"gavi" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

The Secret History of the Future

07:01 min | 3 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future

"Look at the stories that matter most to investors, including the policy initiatives for retirement savings, taxes, and trade, inflation fears, the Federal Reserve, and how regulatory developments can affect companies, sectors, and even the entire market. Mike and his guests offer their perspective on how policy changes could affect what you do with your portfolio. Download the latest episode and follow at Schwab dot com slash Washington wise, or wherever you listen. The idea of covax was born in Davos Switzerland in January of 2020. Doctor Seth berkley, the CEO of gavi, the vaccine alliance. Sat down with doctor Richard hatchett, the CEO of something called cepi. The coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations. There are a lot of acronyms in this story. We know. The two men were worried about the news out of Wuhan, China that the new coronavirus was spreading. They thought there was a real chance that the world would soon need a vaccine to fight it. Hatchet is a doctor, but he'd also worked in the U.S. government during the H one N one outbreak. And he saw countries hoard vaccines. He was afraid something similar would happen this time. So he wrote a paper. Imagining a mechanism where countries could pull money and invest in vaccine development, and then distribute vaccines with everyone's participation. It was the blueprint for covax. I've read the paper, and I asked doctor doesn't hatch its idea, sound pretty good. It does sound really good. And this problem, I think, fundamentally with organizations like gavi, which I've particularly followed, which is sort of the giant in the room in the covax system, which is gavi and cepi and the World Health Organization. Again, with all the acronyms and organizations. The World Health Organization would also be involved in covax. So would UNICEF, and the whole thing would build on the work that gavi was currently doing. Gavi is the cornerstone of Kovacs that is now 22 years old. And it was formed with this idea that vaccines were a magic bullet. When it started, the idea was that gavi would provide subsidized vaccines to poor countries, but it would also work to do the slightly harder things to measure, like improving health systems and making sure that public health functioned better. Things that don't actually look very good when you report end of your results on a PowerPoint slide. I want to get really specific in terms of both kind of how this model was supposed to work and what happened on the ground. I wonder if you could lay out for me how the purchasing model was supposed to work. You're absolutely right in saying that they had noble intentions. So the idea right from the start was that every country in the world would apparently buy vaccines through the covax facility. And then the covax facility would become an international allocation organization, which would then send those vaccines out so that about 20% of the population of every country could be vaccinated simultaneously, regardless of income. So that you get everyone who is most vulnerable in the entire world, and then you move that up finally to children above two years of age. What that required was for countries like the United States, territories like the European Union, to essentially seed their sovereignty to Gabi in terms of deciding how many vaccines that they could have. Unfortunately, they didn't do that. Your excellency, good morning, good afternoon and good evening. Kovacs was formally launched in April of 2020 at the World Health Organization. The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global crisis that has been met with unprecedented global response. But almost immediately, that response was undermined by countries moving ahead to invest in vaccines and protect their own people. Today I want to update you on the next stage of this momentous medical initiative. Less than a month after the announcement at the WHO, the U.S. government launched its own project to fund vaccine development. Operation warp speed. That means big and it means fast, a massive scientific industrial and logistical endeavor, unlike anything our country has seen since the Manhattan Project, you really could say that the United States or the European Union or Japan, the richest countries in the world were never going to go to garden to get their vaccines. And to be fair to them, these are elected governments who in this pandemic had almost daily responsibility to communicate to their citizens and taxpayers what it is that they would do to get them back into some kind of normalcy. And a key aspect of that, of course, was vaccine development. So it wasn't a surprise in any way. I think what was a surprise was the scale of the funding that came in from the richest countries in the world towards the research and development of these vaccines as well as pre orders for these vaccines. So they not only committed to paying for in Moderna's case of over a 100% of its development cost. They also at the same time set up these pre orders, which were paid for in advance on the basis that this vaccine would work. Which meant that for many of these companies like BioNTech and Pfizer and Moderna, they vaccines were spoken for by these rich countries for months and years to come after those vaccines were successful. But I just want to illustrate the perversity of this situation, right? So gavi and covax, these organizations are funded by rich countries. So the United States has given over $2.5 billion to David just for COVID vaccines, right? And at the same time, it's spent ten and more times that money on funding and buying vaccines for itself. Which competed with the value of the money that it gave Gabi. So in many ways, the United States buying a vaccines actually meant that gavi had was further in the queue to buy its own vaccines. Agave spokesperson told us that covax was only able to place firm orders once it had cash in the bank from self financing participants and donors. Kovacs was also relying on the world's biggest vaccine maker, the Serum Institute of India, to produce vaccines. They placed a big order and expected results in early 2021. But that fell apart when India experienced a massive wave of COVID infections and banned exports of the.

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"gavi" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Combining the Pedro beautifully and crashing the box at fire post. But for me the standout in this game, the Barcelona was gavi, gavi was unbelievable. He had to go to salad for a side. And the way he was absolutely in the way he receives was unfortunate that they decided in the second half, the ball actually hit Frankie de young and offside position before he finished it. But just in terms of like his balance, his resourcefulness, he's like a kind of dinner like Sam and as we would never lose the ball. When he gave it to him out on the Flank. He's like Sam and nasri only like physically surprisingly powerful. Like gavi is tough. He's like an ice hockey player. You try to go through a very small one. I can almost moderate. People should try and go through moderate. They'd be like, oh my goodness, how have I broke my foot? Kicking gavi, must be like kicking a street lamp, like he's a tough dude. He was extremely impressive, Adama was also really quite good as well. He's been impressed. I think it's fair to say that that is a move that's working. Ferran Torres could be slightly more aggressive, I think, central areas, but you know, tools are not a bad result for either team. I think it allows bars to not get carried away, but also it's like it was a bloody nose from espanol. It was a real to proper dive. If you get a chance to rewatch this, if you've got a spare like even 45 minutes just to catch a half of this. It was gorgeous football. See, I think this is quite a poor result for us. Actually. I think that espanol occasionally take points off bars or at home. They did it. The two all a couple of years ago..

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"gavi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:53 min | 4 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"On top of the 100,000 deaths already reported there. Now, Israel has been at the forefront of fighting the virus. What does a new study there on booster shots prove? Yeah, I think the Israelis obviously had a very early in with them Pfizer former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was lobbied aggressively and got early access to doses. They've been quick to roll out to vaccines there. And we're the first to go for boosting, which has been widely adopted, they've gone for a fourth shot and essentially the outcome is that this is not having the desired effect and is not proving to be effective. And on The Crown has arrived in Israel in force, but the important thing to understand is that boosting does provide substantial protection. And if I transfer across to some other experience elsewhere, we've got data from Switzerland that's been highlighted showing that unvaccinated people are 48 times more likely to die than those who've had a booster. So that is a really and I think something like 9 times more likely to die from COVID than those who've had a standard course. So boosting works and is provide substantial protection, but the debate in the health and scientific community has moved towards what's the right formula for the next round of vaccinations. We think about an autumn booster possibly an annual autumn booster and what should we be targeting? Should we be targeting omicron? Should we be targeting a number of different strains that would be a multivalent vaccine or should we should we try and think of a broader universal coverage and this is a matter of debate right now in the scientific and regulatory and health community? And of course, there are so many countries in the world that don't have adequate vaccination provision at all. How can we ensure against new variants unless we can get vaccinations to countries that are not yet protected? Yes, this is an issue that's been highlighted at the online edition of the Davos World Economic Forum this year. And one of the leaders of the vaccine donation effort, that's safe, Seth Barclay, of gavi, these people are essentially coordinating the distribution of donated vaccines. And he's warning that this race by the rich west, if you like for the new variant, new design vaccines is going to create a thing called inequity two. It's just as we were starting to get doses out to the wider world, there's a billion have been distributed now and they expect to build a distribute another billion in the next four to 5 months. Just as we're reaching that point, the whole game moves and moves a step leaps forward. And we find the west, again, having something of a monopoly on what would be the most effective vaccines and a gap opening up again for the rest of the world. Douglas, thanks very much. That was Politico's health editor Douglas bus line. Now still to come, we profile the new president of the European Parliament, review the Swiss papers. And we'll also be getting the latest business headlines from Bloomberg's nabila Ahmed. That's all ahead here on today's edition of the globalist do stay tuned. UBS has over 900.

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"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

iheart POC User

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

"To mean, which I find really interesting. So do people avoid putting that in there because they do want people more and more people to read it or is that fan fiction world pretty considerate? The fan fiction world in my experience is very considerate. I know there are outliers I never want to say that there's not some toxic stuff in there because there is, but I think, especially lately, the evolution I have seen, especially with non con and Deb con. Well, especially with dob con. Dub con has gone from being kind of romanticized to now it is a very much negative squeaky thing. And people will hopefully politely or nicely or not rudely or meanly. But they'll tell you, you need to tag. If you don't have dob con or non con in there and they think you should, people will tell you that you need to put it in there. And for the most part, I feel like again, in my experience, which I am in a very narrow bubble, I have I've gone far and wide, but right now I'm in a pretty narrow level. People will listen and they all like I've seen like eating disorders as one. People will say, this is kind of disordered eating, can you tag it? And people update the tags. But it's constantly like this conversation people are having and having to be really aware of what they're writing and how that impacts other people, which is that's definitely changed from when I was younger, but I appreciate it. I feel like it's very considerate space in that regard. Okay. I didn't mean to take you down that path. Sorry. Because I'm like, this is a whole different conversation. Again, we've talked about fan fiction before and you and I had to sit down and interview. And we even talked about chips. I'm starting to learn. I'm starting to learn. Have I jumped into this world? No. But I live vicariously through you, so. Yes. I did have questions. Help me figure it out. I'm like, okay. I have outside interest, and then I move on. I love it. So the book coming back to opens with several upsetting a modern quotes about consent and rape culture and the role that pop culture plays in it. So here's a quote feminist scholars and activists say popular culture, including pornography, and romance novels as a key source of our dominant ideas about sex and consent. Popular culture is where we learn that pulling pigtails is a sign of affection, and that rejection is an invitation to keep making bigger and bigger, romantic gestures. However, even though culture can reinforce many of the harmful ideas that feminists have identified as contributing towards sexual violence and rape culture, it also has a potential to drive change. Audiences after all, aren't passive and don't always read popular culture in exactly the same way. We bring our own ideas and experiences to it and we interpret it and shape it as much as it shapes us. So what do audiences do with media and culture that tell us that potentially courses social situations are normal, romantic, or in Nicola gavi's wars.

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"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

iheart POC User

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

"To mean, which I find really interesting. So do people avoid putting that in there because they do want people more and more people to read it or is that fan fiction world pretty considerate? The fan fiction world in my experience is very considerate. I know there are outliers I never want to say that there's not some toxic stuff in there because there is, but I think, especially lately, the evolution I have seen, especially with non con and Deb con. Well, especially with dob con. Dub con has gone from being kind of romanticized to now it is a very much negative squeaky thing. And people will hopefully politely or nicely or not rudely or meanly. But they'll tell you, you need to tag. If you don't have dob con or non con in there and they think you should, people will tell you that you need to put it in there. And for the most part, I feel like again, in my experience, which I am in a very narrow bubble, I have I've gone far and wide, but right now I'm in a pretty narrow level. People will listen and they all like I've seen like eating disorders as one. People will say, this is kind of disordered eating, can you tag it? And people update the tags. But it's constantly like this conversation people are having and having to be really aware of what they're writing and how that impacts other people, which is that's definitely changed from when I was younger, but I appreciate it. I feel like it's very considerate space in that regard. Okay. I didn't mean to take you down that path. Sorry. Because I'm like, this is a whole different conversation. Again, we've talked about fan fiction before and you and I had to sit down and interview. And we even talked about chips. I'm starting to learn. I'm starting to learn. Have I jumped into this world? No. But I live vicariously through you, so. Yes. I did have questions. Help me figure it out. I'm like, okay. I have outside interest, and then I move on. I love it. So the book coming back to opens with several upsetting a modern quotes about consent and rape culture and the role that pop culture plays in it. So here's a quote feminist scholars and activists say popular culture, including pornography, and romance novels as a key source of our dominant ideas about sex and consent. Popular culture is where we learn that pulling pigtails is a sign of affection, and that rejection is an invitation to keep making bigger and bigger, romantic gestures. However, even though culture can reinforce many of the harmful ideas that feminists have identified as contributing towards sexual violence and rape culture, it also has a potential to drive change. Audiences after all, aren't passive and don't always read popular culture in exactly the same way. We bring our own ideas and experiences to it and we interpret it and shape it as much as it shapes us. So what do audiences do with media and culture that tell us that potentially courses social situations are normal, romantic, or in Nicola gavi's wars.

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"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

iheart POC User

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

"To mean, which I find really interesting. So do people avoid putting that in there because they do want people more and more people to read it or is that fan fiction world pretty considerate? The fan fiction world in my experience is very considerate. I know there are outliers I never want to say that there's not some toxic stuff in there because there is, but I think, especially lately, the evolution I have seen, especially with non con and Deb con. Well, especially with dob con. Dub con has gone from being kind of romanticized to now it is a very much negative squeaky thing. And people will hopefully politely or nicely or not rudely or meanly. But they'll tell you, you need to tag. If you don't have dob con or non con in there and they think you should, people will tell you that you need to put it in there. And for the most part, I feel like again, in my experience, which I am in a very narrow bubble, I have I've gone far and wide, but right now I'm in a pretty narrow level. People will listen and they all like I've seen like eating disorders as one. People will say, this is kind of disordered eating, can you tag it? And people update the tags. But it's constantly like this conversation people are having and having to be really aware of what they're writing and how that impacts other people, which is that's definitely changed from when I was younger, but I appreciate it. I feel like it's very considerate space in that regard. Okay. I didn't mean to take you down that path. Sorry. Because I'm like, this is a whole different conversation. Again, we've talked about fan fiction before and you and I had to sit down and interview. And we even talked about chips. I'm starting to learn. I'm starting to learn. Have I jumped into this world? No. But I live vicariously through you, so. Yes. I did have questions. Help me figure it out. I'm like, okay. I have outside interest, and then I move on. I love it. So the book coming back to opens with several upsetting a modern quotes about consent and rape culture and the role that pop culture plays in it. So here's a quote feminist scholars and activists say popular culture, including pornography, and romance novels as a key source of our dominant ideas about sex and consent. Popular culture is where we learn that pulling pigtails is a sign of affection, and that rejection is an invitation to keep making bigger and bigger, romantic gestures. However, even though culture can reinforce many of the harmful ideas that feminists have identified as contributing towards sexual violence and rape culture, it also has a potential to drive change. Audiences after all, aren't passive and don't always read popular culture in exactly the same way. We bring our own ideas and experiences to it and we interpret it and shape it as much as it shapes us. So what do audiences do with media and culture that tell us that potentially courses social situations are normal, romantic, or in Nicola gavi's wars.

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"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

iheart POC User

03:05 min | 4 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on iheart POC User

"To mean, which I find really interesting. So do people avoid putting that in there because they do want people more and more people to read it or is that fan fiction world pretty considerate? The fan fiction world in my experience is very considerate. I know there are outliers I never want to say that there's not some toxic stuff in there because there is, but I think, especially lately, the evolution I have seen, especially with non con and Deb con. Well, especially with dob con. Dub con has gone from being kind of romanticized to now it is a very much negative squeaky thing. And people will hopefully politely or nicely or not rudely or meanly. But they'll tell you, you need to tag. If you don't have dob con or non con in there and they think you should, people will tell you that you need to put it in there. And for the most part, I feel like again, in my experience, which I am in a very narrow bubble, I have I've gone far and wide, but right now I'm in a pretty narrow level. People will listen and they all like I've seen like eating disorders as one. People will say, this is kind of disordered eating, can you tag it? And people update the tags. But it's constantly like this conversation people are having and having to be really aware of what they're writing and how that impacts other people, which is that's definitely changed from when I was younger, but I appreciate it. I feel like it's very considerate space in that regard. Okay. I didn't mean to take you down that path. Sorry. Because I'm like, this is a whole different conversation. Again, we've talked about fan fiction before and you and I had to sit down and interview. And we even talked about chips. I'm starting to learn. I'm starting to learn. Have I jumped into this world? No. But I live vicariously through you, so. Yes. I did have questions. Help me figure it out. I'm like, okay. I have outside interest, and then I move on. I love it. So the book coming back to opens with several upsetting a modern quotes about consent and rape culture and the role that pop culture plays in it. So here's a quote feminist scholars and activists say popular culture, including pornography, and romance novels as a key source of our dominant ideas about sex and consent. Popular culture is where we learn that pulling pigtails is a sign of affection, and that rejection is an invitation to keep making bigger and bigger, romantic gestures. However, even though culture can reinforce many of the harmful ideas that feminists have identified as contributing towards sexual violence and rape culture, it also has a potential to drive change. Audiences after all, aren't passive and don't always read popular culture in exactly the same way. We bring our own ideas and experiences to it and we interpret it and shape it as much as it shapes us. So what do audiences do with media and culture that tell us that potentially courses social situations are normal, romantic, or in Nicola gavi's wars.

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"gavi" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

07:36 min | 5 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"Set to music and performed by Barry sakharov and ria Maria with words written by rabbi shill omo ibn Gabriel, the great Andalusian liturgical poet neo platonist philosopher and biblical exegete who's 1000th birthday. We are celebrating these days in honor of which we will listen to the songs of ibn gavi roll over the course of the show. And just so you don't think we're playing favorites. It is a promised podcast policy to play music by every great poet philosopher exeed on their 1000th birthday. And now it is time for our first discussion. So Allison, has the time come to just legislate the damn vaccine and be done with it? You know, it's something that one of the first things I learned about oma crown was the fact that it anagrams to moronic. Yep, which I guess could maybe apply to people who refuse to get it vaccine against it. I don't know. You went there. So quickly as well. So he dared to say it. Israel's coronas are Salman zarqa said recently in a radio interview that the time has come to consider imposing a vaccine mandate. Sarka said he was very worried by the spread of the vaccine and that, quote, we need to investigate all the options. Right now, the approach in Israel is too permissive and approach to accepting giving time to people to make their decisions and this has a price. We need to investigate all the options, including a vaccine mandate. Just a few weeks ago, professor zaka said flatly that he opposes vaccine mandate. What's changed? Well, of course, how fast the oma crown variant is spread across Europe and how much and much of the rest of the world. And the quick inroads it is making here in Israel, all of which is making lots of those responsible for the country's public health, thinking things that were until lately, kind of unthinkable. Prime minister Bennett raised in discussions with health minister Nissan Horowitz and other health ministry officials the possibility of forcing people to be vaccinated. Formerly could finance minister Yuval shine is told journalists last week that, quote, the time has come to stop playing games. We are dealing with a threat to the entire population to our economy to our health and our lives. Steinitz said that everyone over the age of 16 or maybe 18 ought to be required by law to get a vaccine. He noted that 30 years ago vaccinating kids was required by law and that there is no reason to similar law can not be passed today. Steinitz's history isn't exactly accurate, but his point still stands. He said, quote, we legislate many laws that limit personal freedom. Every law limits your behavior like the requirement to wear seat belts. That is even less legitimate because if you don't wear a seatbelt and you're in an accident, you die. You don't threaten me as you do if you don't get vaccinated. Those who favor passing a law making vaccines mandatory point out that Austria has already passed such a law which will take effect on February 1st. And what laws have the Austrians ever pass that warrant? Great, you guys. Olaf Schultz, Germany's new Chancellor has said that he'd work to pass a similar law in Germany and when Austria and Germany are on the same page, well, what can you say? Noah? Nothing can go wrong. Absolutely nothing wrong. Lots of other, less and shots E countries are considering partial vaccine mandates too. So should we say ya vote to vaccine mandates? What do you say? Okay, so in principle, I think that in certain scenarios, vaccine mandates are legitimate, even good, favorable. I'm fine with them. I agree with steinitz on the matter that it's okay to inhibit personal freedoms in certain circumstances for the greater good. Practically, though, I think in this moment that we are in now in this stage of the pandemic with things looking the way they are, it will probably do more harm than good. Right now, specifically because we know that our authorities aren't very good at doing moderate enforcement or sensitive enforcement, it's kind of all or nothing. It's like either the law is there de facto and nothing is happening in real life or police are brutalizing people for really silly things all the time. Like we saw in the first lockdowns. People were getting beat up for going to a stroll in the park with their dog or with their kid, which was pretty awful. And that'll just make matters worse. Of course, in terms of public trust and people getting vaccinated who don't want to. Anyway, and this leads me to the big problem here, which is, and I think this is a big problem in general that nobody really has an answer for, but how do you deal with such an issue of public trust around this question of a vaccine? We know that showing people information and giving them the science doesn't work. Vaccine mandates, do they work? I'm not sure. At this point, I think they probably won't. Because when you're so deep into spectrum between suspicious and paranoid, everything looks like part of the conspiracy to you. The signs look like part of the conspiracy and the laws of part of the conspiracy. So what do you do now? And I really don't know what the answer to that is. I think I agree with you on bottom line. I should say this is this kind of a footnote. I don't think it's quite accurate to say that people were beaten up in the park as though lots and lots of people were being beaten up. It was like a piece of people who got in tussles with police officers. It's true. But you know, the police officers through the park. And I was not fearful of being beaten up. But that's not important. I think that this is why God made the name oma cron anagram to moronic is this idea in particular, which I agree with you that the probably the most important thing is that it's completely impractical to try to do this. It would have a paradoxical effect. It would cause more damage than good. But I also disagree as a matter of principle. I mean, so it won't work, but even if it did work, do we want to have this precedent and what would this president be that the government decides that you must believe in science in this way? You must accept this and that we will inject stuff into your body, even though you don't want it. And I assume that everyone listening knows that I think that everyone should get the vaccine. I hope everyone gets a vaccine. I'm just about to get the fourth vaccine. I think next week if I if I understand what I'm hearing on the news right now, but the idea of forcing people by law, it just seems, in addition to seeming like crazy and practical, it just seems wrong to me. But I don't say one thing quickly. I think that what you're getting wrong here is that the government can force anybody to believe anything. You can't force anybody to believe something, but you can say to an extent as, you know, this is like this is what countries are. They're an aggregate of people that decide together to give up some of the liberties in order to get all kinds of securities and other kinds of freedom. So yes, so you renounce to an extent your freedom over making decisions over your body, whether you believe or not that this is the right thing to do in order to live in this group.

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"gavi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The federal government says there are nearly 200 U.S. citizens in Afghanistan who want to leave the country CNN reports that's what the State Department told congressional staff on Thursday noting it has stayed in contact with more than 360 U.S. citizens there The number is higher than what the Biden administration estimated during the military withdrawal from the war torn country President Biden's job approval rating is underwater but press secretary Jen Psaki appears unconcerned Keep his head focused on doing the job doing the job as president leading the American people make putting in place fundamental changes that will make people's lives better A new Gallup poll has Biden's approval rating at 42% that's down 14 points since June The family of gavi petito is breaking their silence following the positive identification of Brian laundry's remains the Tito family lawyer Rick Stafford said the family is not conducting interviews at this time while they grieve the loss of their beautiful daughter I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie palette At Bloomberg world headquarters another winning week for the S&P 500 Index now advancing three weeks in a row today however stocks move lower after fed chair Jay Powell's signaled some concern about inflation investors are increasingly concerned that higher cost pressures and global supply chain bottlenecks will push the fed to raise rates faster than expected Victoria green is chief investment officer at G squared I mean you can write an entire book about how terrible the world looks but stocks will continue to climb this wall of worry I think the fed is going to move but stops have the ability to continue to go up even in a tapering environment Look at 2015 you know software strong in 15 stocks were strong in 16 even with the first initial rate height G squared's Victoria green what about supply chains and the earnings outlook Jonathan gallaudet chief U.S. equity strategist at Credit Suisse securities Earnings benefit from the shortages And I know that that sounds really bizarre but they're getting tons of pricing power Jonathan of Credit Suisse as for the interest rate environment Catherine Rooney Vera's chief investment strategist at Baltic Yields are of course going to continue to trend higher as we see both higher inflation and a fed that's more likely than not going to hike hopefully they hyped by the second half of next year Baltics Catherine Rooney Vera snap Inc posted its biggest one day drop on record after the SnapChat parent company warned that apple's data collection rules and global supply chain bottlenecks are weighing on ad spending snap down 26.6% NASDAQ fell a 125 points today down 8 tenths of 1% The S&P down four down one tenth the Dow up 74 up by two tenths of 1% Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Charlie Palatin This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio The demands for justice and police accountability during the demonstrations following George Floyd's murder revived questions about the controversial doctrine of qualified immunity but this week the Supreme Court sided with police in a pair of cases alleging excessive force by officers in California and Oklahoma The justices ruled unanimously that the officers were protected by qualified immunity and could not be sued because previous case law hadn't given them clear guidance that their conduct violated the constitution Joining me is an expert on qualified immunity Joanna Schwartz a professor at UCLA law school Joan explained what qualified immunity is So qualified immunity is a legal defense in civil cases And the defense means that a police officer or other government official who has violated the constitution is protected from being sued unless there's clearly established law showing that what they did was unconstitutional And the Supreme Court in recent years has offered more and more restrictive descriptions of what it means to clearly establish the law so that they've now really sent the message that you need a prior court case where the almost exact same thing happened before and was ruled unconstitutional in order to clearly establish the law The court said it's not enough that a rule be suggested by then existing precedent The rules contours must be so well defined that it's clear to a reasonable officer that his conduct was unlawful in this situation he confronted Our officers really aware of what these court cases say or is this standard sort of a ruse on the courts part It's a terrific question I think the shortest answer is it is a bit of a ruse When the Supreme Court explains why there needs to be a prior court decision with nearly identical fact They talk about notice that the officer needs to be on notice that the contours of the constitution are hazy and we need a clear articulation of what is in constitutional for an officer to be unnoticed But you are absolutely right Officers are not educated about the fact and holdings of the court decisions that the Supreme Court says are necessary to clearly establish the law And I actually in an article that was published earlier this year studied hundreds of policies and trainings for California law enforcement agencies about the use of force which is the issue that is the basis for these two decisions And what I found was officers are trained about the sort of high level framework that the Supreme Court articulated in a case called Graham versus Connor about the reasonableness of force depending on the totality of circumstances given the perspective of the officer at the time But they are not trained about the facts and holdings of the court decisions that Supreme Court says are necessary to clearly establish the law Instead they're taught those broad principles and taught how to apply them with various hypotheticals that are not drawn from court cases And if you think for a moment about what it would mean for officers actually to rely upon these prior decisions it's fantastical There are hundreds or thousands of opinions that we.

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"gavi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"gavi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Couldn't ask for a better manager or supervisor or nothing like that But I know that he gonna be missed and I love him I'm a miss him A third postal employee was identified as the shooter Officials say that person died from a self inflicted gunshot wound A coroner in Wyoming has announced how Long Island native gavi petito died Her body was found last month near a camping site in northern Wyoming Doctor Brent blue The teton county coroner office is following the following verdict and the death of Gabriel lenora the Tito We hereby find the cause of manner of death to be the cause death by strangulation and manner is homicide Coroner doctor Brent blue potatoes fiance Brian laundry who was traveling with the 22 year old woman is considered a person of interest in her disappearance and he remains missing A jury has been selected for the trial of Lev Parnas a one time associate of Rudy Giuliani who is accused along with the co defendant of making illegal campaign contributions opening statements are set for this morning Prosecutors say Parnas made improper contributions including a $325,000 donation in 2018 to a committee supporting then president Donald Trump Boeing has told employees they must be vaccinated against COVID or possibly be fired Seattle times reports the deadline for workers at the aerospace giant is December 8th Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts to more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg Nathan.

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COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

World Affairs Council

02:05 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19: What Will It Take to Vaccinate the World?

"Americans can anticipate a time when all of us have access to a vaccine. Poor nations aren't so lucky. You might be thinking Well, that doesn't affect me. But if the virus spreads unchecked in billions of people who don't get vaccinated this year, you can bet it will mutate Ah lot and then it becomes just a matter of time before our vaccines are less effective. Earlier this month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken spelled it out. Even if we vaccinate all 332 million people, the United States tomorrow way would still not be fully safe from the virus. Not while it's still replicating around the world and turning into new variants. That could easily come here and spread across our communities again. The world has to come together to bring the covert pandemic to an end everywhere. So this week we look at the race to vaccinate a planet of 7.9 billion people. Ray Suarez takes it from here. Vaccinating a majority of people in every country on Earth is a daunting challenge. So the international community has cobbled together a radical solution. Kovacs is an initiative led by the World Health Organization, along with other global health partnerships. Today, it's working with almost every country in the world, so called mixes an unprecedented global effort. Gothic sub brings together 191 economies that together account for more than 90% of the world's population. That's un rather Gupta. I spoke with her over zoom. She used to be the director of one of the largest public health programs in the world. The National Health Mission of India. Now Gupta is based in Geneva, and she's taken on an even bigger job as deputy CEO of Gavi, the vaccine alliance. It's one of the health organizations helping to take the lead on Kovacs.

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How Effective Is The COVAX Scheme?

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:50 min | 1 year ago

How Effective Is The COVAX Scheme?

"The vaccination program in britain is by accounts going extremely well. The country's ordered four hundred and fifty seven million doses of the job or enough to dose the population. Three point six times over. So what happens to the surplus until the world is protected against the virus there is little hope of eradicating karuna. Well this is where the kovacs scheme comes in led by the world health organization it also involves the global vaccine alliance gavi and the coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations and hopes to deliver more than two billion doses. Two people one hundred ninety countries in less than a year. China and russia are also racing to provide inoculations but is this altruism or a soft power push men will martin is medical innovation and policy advisor at msf's access campaign and joins me on the line. Now man will thanks for coming on. We're seeing this program begins to roll out. Globally garner has become the first to receive vaccinations through kovacs. But how effective is the scheme proving so far. Good morning So so far. It is delivering doses as you save the i also have been delivered to ghana however it is only delivering thus far vaccines of two different manufacturers. One of pfizer and one of his of astrazeneca and so far the numbers are quite limited. It has not yet secured enough doses in binding agreements to come through on. Its promise to deliver two billion doses of kobe. Vaccine's towards partners people are countries that are participating in colfax and also. Another big problem is that it's been incredibly transparent about the way that it signs deals. We don't know the prices that have been paid for these vaccines and we also don't know what what kind of concessions these agreements have come between. Gabby which is negotiating partner. Go backs and pharmaceutical industry. Who's at fault. Here is rich. Western countries hoarding or the venue vaccine manufacturers themselves. I think it's a bit of both so obviously the country's securing large volumes of doses to vaccinate as you've said multiple times their population is a big part of the problem but the other problem is also that pharmaceutical companies have been willing to sign. These deals when could imagine a different scenario where pharmaceutical companies prioritized deals with the kovacs acidity over signing bilateral deals with countries precisely because it's a pandemic and because global solidarity the only way we're going to get out of this. I mean britain. You have pledged to give their surplus supplies with that plug the hole so far what i have seen has have only been commitments to donate some doses once. They've reached a certain threshold. I think the you is aiming to back. Say seventy percent of its population by summer britain. Somewhere close to seventy five percent. And i mean let's just be clear what that means that means that in these countries low risk young individuals will be back soon aged for many developing countries can even max innate just their healthcare workers in their elderly the truly. They're at risk. The other problem that we're seeing is and is that a vaccine in particular the oxford astrazeneca vaccines that these countries have bought are now sitting around not being used. Because people fear that they're not as effective as they should be so with these stockpiles. Just sitting around. I really fear that they may actually go out of date before there used and that would really be a shame when there's so much need in the developing

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Historic first as COVAX COVID vaccines reach Ghana

UN News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Historic first as COVAX COVID vaccines reach Ghana

"Six hundred thousand doses of life-saving covid nineteen vaccine from the un partnered kovacs initiative have arrived in ghana marking a historic first for the international equitable inoculation effort confirming the news on wednesday the world health organization. Who said that. Further supplies of the astrazeneca. Oxford job will reach cote d'ivoire later this week. These are the first coronavirus shots from kovacs scheme to be distributed outside. India with a vaccine is being produced under licence. Further supplies will be shipped to the other members as the global rollout gathers pace when readiness criteria have been met and the doses produced tedros adhanom ghebreyesus director general of the u. n. health agency welcome development along with kovacs partners gavi the vaccine alliance and the coalition for epidemic preparedness innovations or seppi but tedros insisted that there was still a lot of work to do to secure support for the world health organization goal of giving the vaccine to all health workers and all the people in the first one hundred days of the year in order for new coronavirus doses to be delivered to kovacs participants. The criteria which need to be fulfilled include confirmation of national regulatory authorizations for the vaccine in question national vaccination plans and export and import licences.

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"gavi" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Accu center at the w we have an gavi logo wines vaccine and a musician now simply called the vaccine alliance also a gates creation two thousand one with headquarters in geneva switzerland now. Gavi is located next door to the. Who gavi is what's called a public private partnership is exactly the same point the public part being the who plus a number of developing countries. The private partners are of course series of pharmaceutical companies johnson and johnson glaxosmithkline merck and the bill and melinda gates foundation. The point is do you believe that you pretending that those private sector entities are not going to have access. Well of course they're going to justify it because they need to to be able to make things and so on and on so public. Private is just a way to. It's it's it's a way to both acts allow access to these while giving cover to the government so you can't actually even access for information if they decide to even give it to you. The german governmental corona commission consisting of hundreds of medical doctors corologis immunologists university. Professors lawyers including. Dr reiner. full nick. Which we've talked about co founder of the commission has special concerns at the current corona vaccines. Visor moderna may include nanoparticles. That could be accessible to electromagnetic radiation. I e g and the subsequent sixty. Now remember this. These are highly educated. Highly credential people that are claimed making these claims. This is excuse. Me this is precisely what was foreseen in the design of a genital. Two thousand twenty in which bill gates and gavi role the adoption of agenda two thousand twenty still has to be approved by the german federal court but there is little chance that it will be rejected. Now keeping all this in mind for those that are reading the hearing this and going. Oh here's the fake news. It's all conspiracy theory recognized that this is not new biometric tracking ensure billions have immunity against covid nineteen. This was posted on august. Thirteen twenty twenty right. So we're going to pretend like this is just that outlandish that it's never were openly talking about some digital identification in regard to tracking not just your idea but the flow and your bodily functions such immunity in regard to these vaccines. This is very very openly discussed but yet they wanna make. It seem ridiculous in regard to how it could progress as we're seeing these things slowly go forward now getting into. Id twenty twenty why this makes it. Alarming becomes quite a bit more interesting now. He tells points out. An this is really interesting. This is what got it back in my mind. How collectively stupid. We schwytz out. Here's a test. I read this article a while back. Thought it was creepy but just one writer speculation. Then she saw today. That i d twenty twenty. List the article as a resource. Now whitney i've talked about this check out what was discussed regarding mandatory digital. Id's a year ago. We've read this before. But i want to reiterate this now with what has happened. Since.

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"gavi" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Randolph's near racist rhetoric reflected his assertion that garvey was an alien west indian and not a true american negro national speaking toes. The end of lacey pe- for garvey must go campaign failed in telling move randolph. The supposed socialist and his allies turned to the us empire for help. They openly encouraged repression of the un. I in early january nineteen twenty-three this grouping became alarmed when the chief government witness against gavi and his coming mail fraud. Trial was killed this trader. Ervin j w east of new orleans had been formerly a leader in the way but had been ousted for embezzlement the dying eastern had allegedly identified his assailants as to workers along showman and a painter. Who were you an aa security qadri. The anti gov grouping was seized with fair for themselves will be corrected for their treasonous. Collaboration with the state on january fifteenth nineteen twenty-three constituted themselves as a committee of eight. They wrote to. Us attorney general daugherty begging him to strike down to african nationalists without any delay. This horse this historic. Linda is informative. Dare sir as the chief law enforcement officer of the nation. We wish to call your attention. Heretofore unconsidered menace to harmonious race relations. There are in our midst certain negro criminals and potential murderers both foreign and american born who moved and actuated by intense hatred of the white race. These undesirables continually procreate proclaimed that all white people enemies to the negro. They have become so fanatical that the threatened and attempted to death of their opponents. The movement known as the universal negro improvement association has done much to stimulate the violent temper of this dangerous movement as president and moving. Spirit is one marcus. Garvey an unscrupulous demagogue who has ceaselessly assiduously sought to spread among negroes distrust and hatred of all white people during a is chiefly composed of the most primitive and ignorant element of west indian and american negroes for the above reasons. We advocate the attorney. General uses full influence completely to disband extirpate this vicious movement and that he vigorously and speedily pushed the government's case against marcus. Garvey for using the mails to defraud is future. Meetings should be carefully watch by officers that law and fractures promptly and severely punished the eight who sadly slavish appeal randolph. This honestly professional. Nothing about it were chandler..

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"gavi" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"What's going on right now. Thanks, guys. I've been on the phone with the controversial coffee shop owner himself, Hank and Hank. I don't know if you know this, but one of your patrons submitted your coffee beans for lab testing, and I just got the report. I don't understand. What are you talking about? Report it looks like the beans in question are native to regions around the world where drug lords rain. What are you talking about? We now have proof that Hank's owner of Gavi is selling blood beans. Care to comment? What? I don't understand Speechless Just like our millions of viewers back to you in studio. Who are and we're clear. Great job, dude. Hank, are you sure you haven't done this before? You're a natural of these interviews, reporter, man or whatever your name is. Whatever your credentials are, Daniel, I don't know anything about blood beings. Okay, There is nothing about blood being at my coffee shop. I run a legitimate business, and I don't know what some of the stand you're pulling here. All right. All right, Let's let's save it for the interview, Brother. All right. You don't need to act all dramatic. Now we're not even on air at the moment. No doubt about this right now. You're gonna call me up. Accuse my business of running an illegal scheme running with drug cartels. Hold on. Let me explain a little bit. Okay off the record between you and me. Sometimes people send in like rumors, and our job is to follow up on those rumors. So I got an anonymous tip that your shop has been, you know, getting beans from a questionable manufacturer. Oh, you got an anonymous tip. So, uh, somebody whose name you can't tell me is telling you that I run an illegitimate business. Is that what you're trying to tell me? Hold that thought going live again in 30. Here.

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"gavi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hey, man, we live in a country that promises freedom of religion and worship. It doesn't say what you have to worship. So if James Aspell wants to bow before the A Gavi plant. Save his business. Against more power to him. You know, if that sort of thing is allowed in the U. K. We'll see. Look nobody, nobody. Nobody. Nobody. Nobody. Nobody, especially me, is trying to make light of religion. People are struggling to keep their businesses open. Their rents paid their livelihood to float. You can't knock the hustle. And of Pastor James Kin turn water into tequila. Might be on the next safe flight over the pond for Sunday service. And as a side note. Tequila is having itself a year. Even in this these strangers year ever. Tequila is having itself a year. Tequila is like podcast. Now everybody's got one. Everybody the rock or hey, mascot, All Mike Jordan. Even Elon Musk just dropped the Tesla tequila. Hopefully not literally dropped it because that guy can't build anything that doesn't break. Just ask his bulletproof SUV. There wasn't even rock proof. Yeah, well Maybe.

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"gavi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on KCRW

"Here's NPR's Narita Eisenman to explain every year Steven Lim and his colleagues at the University of Washington Compile an analyse health data from every country on the planet to come up with a sort of global report card and year after year. One of the biggest success stories has been the vaccination of Children. We've really seen this steady progress and increasing the fraction of Children who are receiving in particular the basic vaccines like for diphtheria, tetanus and protest, sis. And the progress has included kids in poor countries. Back in the 19 seventies, less than 5% of those Children were getting basic vaccinations. Last year, their coverage was above 80%. Then the pandemic hit. Grounding planes that transport vaccines, sidelining health workers who administer them and prompting parents to postpone or even skip doctor's visits due to fear of infection. If you're bringing a child Tio Health facility for vaccination, So Lim's team wanted to figure out how big of an impact on vaccinations has all this been having. Their findings were released in a joint report with the Gates Foundation this week. Compared to last year. The percentage of kids worldwide who got their basic vaccines has dropped from 84% to 70%. We haven't seen that level of coverage in 25 years. One caveat to come up with this estimate so quickly, Lim's team had to extrapolate from a less comprehensive set of data than they usually use. It's one reason they're not releasing the new vaccination rates country by country. But overall, Lim says effect is not isolated to anyone region of the world. It's something that's really affected old country's rich and poor alike. Now there's reason to hope that vaccinations could return to prior levels as soon as the pandemic is over. For instance, Lim's team has found improvement to vaccination rates in places where social distancing has eased and cell phone data indicates people are starting to move around again. We do the corresponding increase in vaccine injury, but he says it's possible that trend will not hold across all countries. Seth Berkley heads the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization or Gabi. He's particularly worried about Children in vulnerable situations, those living in urban slums which are growing rapidly around the world. Those living as displaced people in refugee camps. It has taken years of effort by Gavi, other international partners and governments to extend vaccinations to these hard to reach Children. So the question is, are some of those groups that we've been fighting to get into the system over the last Decade or two. Are those going to again become difficulty and therefore it's going to take us a long time to reach those more difficult to reach populations also, even if vaccination rates are quickly brought back up. What about those who missed their chance this year? Damien Walker is a health economist with the think tank Center for global development. I think there's going to be a lost generation of kids who never get what they needed. Walker says. It may take a while for the fallout from this to play out when you vaccinate kid You're really saving them from a death that might occur in a year's time of for some things into your 30 years time. In fact, Walker is part of a team now working to estimate how many indirect deaths the pandemic will ultimately cause. One thing already clear. The collateral damage from this virus, he says, has been.

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"gavi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:49 min | 1 year ago

"gavi" Discussed on AP News

"More than 70 rich nations have signed up to a global rotavirus vaccine initiative intended to ensure that any effective shots off fairly distributed globally but which may also allow them to buy more vaccines for their own stockpiles in a statement the vaccines alliance gavi says 75 countries will join his new chromebox facility along with 90 low income countries who hope to receive donated Schultz the Associated Press has reported this week that the plan may allow which countries to reinforce the coronavirus vaccine stocks while leaving fewer shots for the more vulnerable populations got his told them the government the women affected one he's found within its pool of code 19 vaccines all countries will receive enough to cover 20 percent of the populations including which countries the may have their own stockpiles I'm Charles the look as much

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