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Nobel win for Swede who unlocked secrets of Neanderthal DNA

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 16 hrs ago

Nobel win for Swede who unlocked secrets of Neanderthal DNA

"Swedish scientist svante Pepe has won this year's Nobel Prize in medicine for his discoveries on human evolution that provide key insights into our immune system and what makes us unique compared with our extinct cousins The Nobel assemblies nils go and Larson says peba has spearheaded the development of new techniques that are allowing searches to compare the genome of modern humans and that of other hominins than the Anthos and denisovans This is a basic scientific discovery So we already know that it affects our defense against different types of infections for instance or how we can cope with high altitudes But like all great discoveries in basic science more and more insights will come over the next decades The medicine price kicks off a week of Nobel Prize announcements I'm Charles De Ledesma

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It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 20 hrs ago

It's flu vaccine time and seniors need revved-up shots

"Seniors are being advised to ask for a special high dose flu shot this year Doctors want vaccine where the Americans to remember not to skip their flu shot this year for the first time doctors are urging Americans 65 and older to get a special extra strength kind of flu shot There are three types made with higher doses or an immune boosting ingredient as people get older their immune system doesn't respond as strongly to standard flu vaccinations Influenza specialist doctor Richard webby with saint Jude's children's research hospital in Memphis says the bottom line is the extra strength shots do work better for people 65 or older Vaccinations are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and up flu hit historically low levels during the pandemic but children's hospitals are already seeing an unusually early spike in respiratory infections and Australia went through its worst flu season in 5 years foreshadowing what countries in the northern hemisphere can expect I'm Jennifer King

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Daniel Horowitz: People With Vaccine Produced Less Natural Antibodies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 2 weeks ago

Daniel Horowitz: People With Vaccine Produced Less Natural Antibodies

"The UK was talking about this for a while just real briefly There's S antibodies which are the spike it recognizes the spike and there's N antibodies the nucleocapsid antibodies So how could it erase your natural immunity Maybe a race isn't the right way to picture it but that's the net effect It gives your immune system tunnel vision to teach it to respond stupidly It only recognizes the spike the birthday hat You know on the funny looking thing on top of the cell and it focuses on that not the whole enchilada the nuclear capsid You get an antibodies after you get natural infection In fact all these studies when they figure out how many people had the virus who has antibodies through the shot that's how they figure it out If you have any antibodies they know you had natural infection but they found that people getting the shots even though they know they had COVID weren't producing those nucleocapsid antibodies And this is broadly called original antigenic sin that if you teach the body and especially if you get boosters and you get this enough times you teach the body to respond very ineffectively or very inefficiently It's called original antigenic sin And then especially as the virus evolves and changes So you really only recognize a very tiny sliver of it It's kind of like half baked antibodies That's how you get your negative efficacy You get your system to misfire and not respond the way God intended for a to respond

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US may expand monkeypox vaccine eligibility to men with HIV

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

US may expand monkeypox vaccine eligibility to men with HIV

"The eligibility for monkeypox vaccine may be expanded to men with HIV I Norman hall Federal health officials are considering broadening recommendations for who gets vaccinated against monkeypox possibly to include men with HIV or those recently diagnosed with others sexually transmitted diseases driving the discussion is a study showing that a higher than expected share of monkeypox infections are in people with other sexually transmitted infections Currently the vaccine is recommended to people who are a close contact of someone who has monkeypox people who know a sexual partner was diagnosed in the past two weeks gay or bisexual men who had multiple sexual partners in the last two weeks in an area with known virus spread and healthcare workers at higher risk I Norman hall

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 Philippines ending compulsory mask wearing outdoors

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Philippines ending compulsory mask wearing outdoors

"The Philippines president has okayed the removal of face masks in public more than two years after the law was imposed The Philippines and Myanmar are one of the last countries in Southeast Asia to lift the compulsory wearing of masks outdoors authorities have said the change will take effect as soon as president Ferdinand Marcos junior issues an executive order the Philippines and interior minister said a study has shown that lifting mask wearing requirements in other countries has not led to a surge in new infections however authorities

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Are All These Blood Clots Normal? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

Are All These Blood Clots Normal? Dr. Robert Malone Explains

"Us is another great American patriot, one of my favorite guests and honestly, if I had to make a list of one of the positives that came out of this man-made tragedy of the China virus, it would be getting to know at least remotely doctor Robert Malone. He's one of the captains of the 18, he's special. Doctor, welcome back to the program. So good to see you. And thank you for having me on. Of course. It seems as if there's a lot of blood clots that are popping up across the country in younger able bodied people, the devil's advocate argument would be all come on blood clots are normal, it's just now getting press attention. Is this normal doctor? It says that a 6 feet blood clot was removed from a high school football player's leg. What's going on here? So deep venous thrombosis is certainly something that could happen and we have to be careful about confusing association with causation. But the burden of the data are getting stronger and stronger. And in terms of what's going on, there's a number of papers out now and it's not just these deep blood clots or the post mortem autopsy samples, but it's also the long COVID patients, those that are suffering from this spectrum of problems, like I used to suffer from having to do with tinnitus, part of hearing problems with exercise tolerance, brain, fog, respiratory problems, and of course cardiac problems. And there's a growing amount of data suggesting that this is due to a barren clotting that may be driven by the spike protein that's in your blood, and we know from the cell paper that came out at the beginning of this year, that that levels of that spike protein S one subunit in the blood of people who have received the vaccine are higher than in the blood of those that have had the natural infection.

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Dr. Pierre Kory Discusses a New Study of Ivermectin

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Dr. Pierre Kory Discusses a New Study of Ivermectin

"Now is doctor Pierre Corey, doctor welcome back to the program. Hey, Charlie, good to be back. Thanks. So doctor, it seems as if there's a study that came out recently that reinforces everything you've been saying for the last 18 months, tell us about it. Yeah, so I mean, this is really the second study from the same group. I was a co author. I didn't do the study, but I helped in the preparation writing. You know, it's a study that comes out of data from a city in Brazil, it's a giant, and it's the largest study on Ivermectin to date. And in this follow-up study, so the first one showed what we knew was would happen, which is it showed this massive reduction in infections in hospitalizations and death amongst it was at that time it was a 159,000 subjects in a program in that city where they offered all the city city members or the citizens of that city. An opportunity to participate in a prevention program by taking Ivermectin four days a month. And beyond what that study found, this was a follow-up study where they looked at the subjects and they split them up into those who took Ivermectin regularly. Those who didn't take all the doses that they were supposed to and those who didn't at all. And when you looked at the regular Ivermectin users, I mean, it was just absolutely eye popping. I mean, it was a 92% reduction in death and a 100% reduction in hospitalization. Nobody went to the hospital, and it was about 50% reduction in infections. And the thing is, though, Charlie, you know, we have had data showing the efficacy of Ivermectin now for almost two years. The data is overwhelming, the evidence based is now 91 controlled studies of which this is the second largest, and every single study always shows a benefit. Some of them may not statistically significant, but that's not what you use. You use the aggregate of all the data. I've never seen a more proven medicine in any disease model in my life. That's unbelievable. This one is just, you know, it's hard to argue data anymore. I'll tell you how, sorry, I'll tell you how they are doing, but it's not honest, and it's full of lies.

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Experts: COVID-19 here to stay; developments likely

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Experts: COVID-19 here to stay; developments likely

"Is COVID-19 winding down many scientists say no New booster shots have arrived and social distancing guidelines have eased with COVID-19 infections aren't going away any time soon Experts predict the scourge that's already lasted longer than the 1918 flu pandemic will linger far into the future Vaccines and protections are making the virus easier to live with for now but it's still killing more than 400 Americans every day and it may well keep evolving in worrisome ways such as becoming better to get around immunity from vaccination and past infection It's possible it could also evolve to cause more serious disease

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China locks down 65 million as holiday travel peak looms

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

China locks down 65 million as holiday travel peak looms

"China's locked down 65 million of its citizens under tough COVID-19 restrictions and is discouraging domestic travel during upcoming national holidays Most of the 21 million people in the southwestern city of Chengdu are confined to their apartments or residential complexes while in an eastern port city 14 new cases have been reported all but two Shang no symptoms despite a relatively low number of infections authorities are adhering to a zero COVID policy requiring lockdowns quarantines and the confining of people suspected of being in close contact with any confirmed case September 10 to 12 is China's mid autumn festival the fear of being caught in a lockdown or even being in proximity with an infected person has severely constrained people's work socialising and travel habits I'm Charles De Ledesma

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AP EXPLAINER: Should you get a new COVID booster? If so, when?

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

AP EXPLAINER: Should you get a new COVID booster? If so, when?

"Should you get an updated coronavirus booster Within days Americans will be offered the new bivalent boosters that target both the original coronavirus and today's dominant omicron strains and BA 5 The Pfizer shots are for anyone 12 and older while Moderna's version is for those 18 and up For most people the FDA recommends waiting at least two months after your last booster or COVID-19 infection while CDC experts say it's better to wait three months or as long as 6 months if you're not at high risk CDC adviser doctor Sarah long says that if you wait a little more you get a better immunologic response Another reason to wait a few months is to reduce the risk of heart inflammation a rare vaccine side effect The CDC notes that most Americans eligible for an updated booster have already gone at least 6 months since their last shot I'm Jennifer King

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Waterborne diseases spread among flood victims in Pakistan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Waterborne diseases spread among flood victims in Pakistan

"Pakistan health officials say an outbreak of waterborne diseases has hit flooded areas as authorities step up efforts to ensure the provision of clean water to hundreds of thousands of people Diarrhea skin diseases and eye infections are spreading at relief camps set up by the government across the country with over 90,000 diary cases reported from one of the worst hit provinces Sindh in the past 24 hours the latest development comes a day after Pakistan and the World Health Organization various concerns over the spread of water borne diseases among flood victims floodwaters continue to recede in most of the country but many districts in Sindh remain underwater I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Disasterous Death Toll From Shutting Down America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | Last month

The Disasterous Death Toll From Shutting Down America

"Do we have a sense of not only the psychological impact, especially on the youth of shutting everything down of making social interaction forbidden. And then purely from the medical perspective, how many people die as a result of missed cancer screenings and so forth, is it possible to say that those excess deaths are comparable in terms of magnitude to those who died as a result of COVID or who have been registered as COVID deaths doctor McCullough? Well, let's take COVID first a recent survey 18,000 individuals published in the peer reviewed literature by very dark and colleagues demonstrated that those who are hospitalized, they were hospitalized because they did not receive early treatment at home. And so it was actually the suppression of early treatment, which we clearly note in our book, that was responsible for the hospitalizations and deaths that occurred in the United States. And that could be upwards to, you know, with the learning curve on how we learned how to treat the illness two thirds of those deaths could have been spared two thirds of the hospitalizations. That means two thirds of a million hospitalizations and 10 million deaths were avoidable. Now we look at this penumbra of casualties from the lockdown measures and other things that were done. You know, I published the first paper treating doctors how to treat the illness in August of 2020 and right after that was the great Barrington declaration. That was signed by hundreds of thousands of doctors and scientists put forward by Jay bought a char from Stanford, one of my frequent fellow contributors to Fox News. Martin kuldar from Harvard and sunita Gupta from Oxford, the great barent in declaration said, just protect the seniors just apply high risk protection measures to those at risk and leave the economy going, leave everyone else alone. That wasn't followed and it was catastrophic locking down the economy and having people shelter in place who had no fundamental risk from the infection. Now you're right. We see mortality up across the board. Every single category, cardiovascular disease, cancer, other conditions, neuropsychiatric conditions. It's a disaster.

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Lawyer James Lawrence Unpacks Alex Berenson's Permanent Twitter Ban

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Lawyer James Lawrence Unpacks Alex Berenson's Permanent Twitter Ban

"Lawrence. Welcome to America first. Thank you so much for having me. Pleasure to be here. All right, well, I'm looking at your credentials. We've never spoken before on the show. You have worked as deputy general counsel for HHS. You've worked as chief counsel under president Trump for the FDA. So that's good enough for me and especially given what Alex said about you. Will you tell us what was so utterly egregious about what happened to Alex? Sure, happy to. So in Alex's case, he had started really providing insights on the pandemic that no one else was providing going back to march of 2020. And had a reported and really gained a lot of traction and following to the point where when he was banned in August of 2021, he had close to 400,000 followers on the platform. Wow. What led to his suspension or his at the time permanent suspension is no longer suspended of course. Was claims that he had made on the platform that, among other things, the vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccines do not stop infection or transmission and COVID-19, which even when he made the claim at the time, or made the statement tweeted that out to as following, was not untrue. And in fact, was view that was held by other people in the public health. Well, which was confirmed last week by CDC. To correct in the way that they're treating unvaccinated and vaccinated people really without any distinction anymore.

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WHO: Monkeypox cases drop 21%, reversing month-long increase

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

WHO: Monkeypox cases drop 21%, reversing month-long increase

"According to a World Health Organization report issued the number of monkeypox cases reported globally dropped by 21% in the last week reversing a month long trend of rising infections and a possible signal the outbreak in Europe may be starting to decline The UN health agency reported nearly 6000 new weekly cases and said two countries Iran and Indonesia reported the first cases To date more than 45,000 cases have been reported in 98 countries since late April WHO says cases in Americas accounted for 60% of cases in the past month It says infections in the Americas showed a continuing steep rise I'm

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Study: Pfizer COVID pill showed no benefit in younger adults

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Study: Pfizer COVID pill showed no benefit in younger adults

"The Pfizer COVID pill may not be as beneficial for younger patients I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Pfizer's COVID-19 pill appears to provide a little or no benefit for younger adults according to a large study by Israeli researchers published in the New England Journal of Medicine Researchers found that peck Slovak reduced hospitalizations amongst people 65 and older by roughly 75% when given shortly after infection That's consistent with earlier results used to authorize the drug in the U.S. and other nations but people between the ages of 40 and 65 saw no measurable benefit according to the study The study compiled data from a large Israeli health system rather than enrolling patients in a randomized study with a control group which is the gold standard for medical research The Biden administration has spent more than $10 billion purchasing and distributing Pfizer's drug I'm Lisa dwyer

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Sebastian Talks With Dr. Jeff Barke About Fauci's Conflicting Messages

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Sebastian Talks With Dr. Jeff Barke About Fauci's Conflicting Messages

"Realize something was amiss, doctor baki, when I saw the definitions, I'm not a doctor of medicine. I'm a PhD, but I decided to look through the professional literature. And I saw key organs redefined the definition of vaccine, which previously had been a process, a product that provides permanent or semi permanent immunity to a given virus. That was changed about a year and a half ago. Why would the definition of vaccine change given that vaccines in the past have given us permanent or semi permanent immunity? It was there a political requirement to change that definition. It's like the definition of case. Case, as far as I know, used to mean in most statistical analyses, when somebody has a serious infection, a serious incident of a viral infection, meaning they have to be hospitalized or receive treatment. It doesn't mean I stick a test up my nose and it comes out positive and therefore I'm a COVID case. Why are these things changing? You are a man of medicine. Help me understand. Well, listen, the CDC is all in on this vaccination. So they simply had to change the definition to meet their requirement of the vaccine that they're pushing. It's not even a vaccine. Let's keep in mind that the CDC 50% of its funding comes from the industry that they're chartered to oversee. That is the pharmaceutical industry. And so that's why they changed the definition to meet the product that is now on the market. And the product that is now on the market is not a vaccine by any stretch of the imagination. It is a biologic therapeutic. That's what it is. And it works very poorly.

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Sebastian and Dr. Jeff Barke Discuss the Power of Natural Immunity

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last month

Sebastian and Dr. Jeff Barke Discuss the Power of Natural Immunity

"He is the author of the book COVID-19 doctor Jeff baki. Welcome back to America first. Doctor gorka, great to be with you. Thanks for having me. So did I miss something that is flu unique or are you allowed to say that about flu but nothing else? So I have science as they say evolved since 2004. Well, Doctor Fauci is like a broken clock. He is right twice a day or so. He is absolutely correct that the best vaccination is getting the infection itself. It's right with flu. It's right with COVID-19. And other illnesses as well. For example, Seb, when I was a kid, I got chickenpox. The actual disease chickenpox. And I got that because my mom dragged my brother and I down the street to a kid's house who had chickenpox. Of course, was before the vaccination. And we were home from school for a week or so with typical chickenpox lesions and calamine lotion and oatmeal bass and so forth and we recovered. Recently for a variety of reasons I checked some titers and I still have very powerful chickenpox or varicella titers because I got the disease itself that's better than a vaccine. I have lifelong immunity. And we think the same is true with COVID-19. We know that there are studies out of Israel and elsewhere that clearly show natural immunity that is from getting the disease itself is much more powerful than the very limited or fleeted immunity that comes from the vaccine. We're calling it a vaccine. It's not really a vaccine. It's more, I think, accurately to describe as a therapeutic biologic.

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Pfizer seeks OK of updated COVID vaccine booster for fall

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Pfizer seeks OK of updated COVID vaccine booster for fall

"Pfizer is asking federal regulators to authorize an updated COVID-19 vaccine booster The FDA has told vaccine makers to update their shots to target the super contagious omicron variants Pfizer shots for those 12 and older could start in weeks with quick approval and Moderna's expected to seek the okay soon for its updated adult boosters The vaccines currently being given still offer strong protection against severe disease and death but they target the virus strain that spread in early 2020 and no longer protect nearly as well against infection The new combo doses are essentially a second generation vaccine The White House says it'll be key for people to get the new shots this fall and winter Sagar Meghani Washington

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"high  infection" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"high infection" Discussed on KOMO

"Of a covid 19 vaccine card to go inside a bar or restaurant that took effect last Saturday. Very is ambassador and The nation words and statistics, but she won't reveal the sources or statistics she uses. Where's the science? It seems more like tearing Peninsula Daily News reports. Clal, Um County currently has a very high infection rate of nearly 1200 per 100,000 population and area hospitals are overwhelmed with covid patients. Speakers Tuesday, saying the mandate is unconstitutional. Of the 60, who spoke 50 opposed the mandate. Carlene Johnson come on, More and more companies are delaying their plans to return workers to the office executives say This is mainly due to the resurgence of Covid and the spread of the delta variant. Companies like Google, Amazon, Apple and Uber say they'll postpone their return dates to next year. Some companies like Twitter and Facebook have said their employees can work remotely permanently if they like coming up after traffic and weather. The unemployment expiration of unemployment benefits on Monday has some local businesses hoping that might solve their staffing problems. That story next. Right now at 9 34 for the new law Group Traffic Center here is Kierra Jordan. We have a stall in Seattle. This is partially blocking our north and I five off ramp to Seneca. We've already been dealing with a really heavy commute from the north end of Boeing field into the area. North Island, 99 59 still slow from Cloverdale to the First Avenue South Bridge. We've been crowding on North Live through the heart of Tacoma City Center. Also deal with a bit of a lineup as you're approaching state route 18. Um 167, looking at brake lights as you're coming out of summer and into Pacific And then we have often on slowing from to 12 to 405. Northbound four or five is still really dragging from that Valley Freeway into Newcastle will also be crowding around the Factorial area south down four or five scattered slowing at a king in Park to state route 5 to 2 and South Online, five that's busy off and on. Starting right around four or five and sticking with you through mount like terrorists. Our next Cuomo traffic up 9 44. This traffic report sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating and electrical called Beacon today and save $50 on all drain cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop freaking called beacon. Your forecast. Now. Meteorologist Kristin Clark has the look at the weather for us. We had some quick hitting showers early this morning, even alone thunderstorm.

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"high  infection" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"high infection" Discussed on No Agenda

"They're not giving the yellow star to the unvaccinated seething infecting human resources. No they gave them to the vaccinated. That's that's the part that's genius. Even i could not have come up with that one. Yeah so the opposite but anyway. That's a a version of passport and these stickers are popping up in in businesses and You know In businesses themselves. And when you say there's no vacc- mandate this is a ten second clip. Tell me that this is not a government. Vaccine mandate for millions of people want to do business with the federal government. Get your workers vaccinate. The new rules will apply to about four million. Federal contractors and federal workers that's mandate that's just a mandate can't say it's not a mandate and it's a one percent of the country's now mandated because they happen to work for a contractor which is all of the dc metro area. We'll more becoming. Cbs news wanting to know this just in actually president biden was just asked by our zhang of americans should expect more covert restrictions and he said quote in all probabilities. Another element there. So of course we don't know if he was out of control they really are out of control. So let me see. We have on the plate. Play more some more of these opener. Local coverage play the local coverage Rap is local ones are now urging local authorities even in areas without high or substantial transmission to consider additional mitigation measures that includes universal masking in some settings the pace of new cases in the us has nearly doubled in the last two weeks and the delta variant is largely to blame earlier this week. Head of the cdc said hospitalizations have surged past level. Seen a year ago. Meanwhile the pace of i os. Vaccinations is continuing to climb. Scientists say that while the shots may not prevent infection or transmission. One hundred percent of the time they do quote prevent more than ninety percent of severe disease. Michael george leith off our coverage asks went back on and disneyland yesterday for anyone vaccinated or not steps indoors at the amusement park walmart. The nation's largest employer is taking it a step further requiring employees to wear masks in high infection areas regardless of their vaccination status and the president laid yesterday told reporters. There's likely more to come all probability worry the day yesterday. Almost a million people got back happened. Millions of those people for the first time number the second shot and so i'm hopeful that people are beginning to realize how essential it is. That's what dolores armenta did. She got the shot. It was hard for me to decide about and reuben. Chavez got the shot to this week at mentioned the feeling better put even the vaccinated need to be careful. So there's lots of these local stories and we had one here From the austin local station and it works like this. You've probably if you are in the united states. You've probably seen this but it may be done everywhere in the world. There's a woman lying hospital bed now. She doesn't doesn't have oxygen she's able to talk. She is Obese Obviously very obese and the reporter is standing Interviewing her. she doesn't have her mask on. He doesn't have her mask on but he has the microphone on a ten foot pole. Because you know. God forbid you know she talking some spittle enter his nose and the and the moral of the story is always i. I'm mad at myself. I did take the next. It's unbelievable in these within these clips. We had one of those that would but it was all black man. Yeah well let's just look at what's going on. Well let's play part to one of these clips got zinger in it. Okay really repetitive..

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"high  infection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"high infection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Li Wei need vaccine here. I've never seen to be in the hands of the doctors of the community who know their patients who know their people. That's what governor Murphy says he plans to do in New Jersey. We will be working directly with our communities of faith. To turn houses of worship and other community gathering places into vaccination centers. For local residents. Just 5% of vaccine recipients in New Jersey are Hispanic or Latin Next, and 3% are black. Even though 15% of the state's population is black in Boston, the Reggie Lewis Center is setting aside a portion of its vaccine appointments for people who live in the hardest hit areas. Of the state, Black and Hispanic residents have received on Lee about 6% of the vaccine doses in Massachusetts. So far, while white residents have gotten nearly 36% and looking globally, a new study to see of mixing the covert vaccines together, helps or hurts virologist Matthew Snake, perhaps recruited 800 volunteers for the mixed vaccine trials. His findings could have global implications be supply problems with one of the vaccines, then you're protected against that by being out to unionize, which the other vaccines No tentative. It's possible mixing vaccines might even confer better protection. That happened with Ebola's inoculations. For instance, the results should be known. By June. Vicki Barker CBS News London Meanwhile, Global confidence in the covert vaccine is rising. A new survey by the Institute of Health Innovation in London found 54% of People survey. So they would get the vaccine. If someone offered it to them back in November, That number was only 41%. And a recent poll says 66% of Americans would get the vaccine. An AP investigation finds a Catholic churches were one of the biggest beneficiaries of the Federal Paycheck Protection program. Now this program was intended for employers who were badly battered by the coronavirus lockdowns. AP Pro finds that scores of Roman Catholic diocese across the nation already had $10 billion in cash on hand when they signed up. I've got another $1.5 billion in federal relief money. Church officials say they needed government help to pay staff because donations plummeted when churches were ordered to close. One of the hardest hit communities in the Commonwealth. Chelsea is getting its first truly local cove in 19 Vaccine Clinic, the East Boston neighborhood center, along with the Chelsea Collaborative, teaming up to open that clinic today on Broadway Street and Chelsea, and their first appointment started just about an hour ago. Chelsea saw sky high infection rates compared to other regions. You're.

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"high  infection" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"high infection" Discussed on KTOK

"Roberts. Americans are gathering for Thanksgiving during the pandemic, despite pleas from health officials to stay home. New cases of the Corona virus have been surging this week, leading to fresh warnings from health officials to avoid travel. But nearly a million passengers a day have been screened at airport security checkpoints in the past week. Bay Area health officials are worried another uptick in Corona virus cases could overwhelm already stressed out hospitals as we get into the holiday shopping season. Santa Clara County Covert testing officer Dr Martin Finster shop says county teams will be out this weekend stepping up enforcement of local public health guidelines. We can't depend on our county's next to us because they are Under the same stress and strain. They can't provide us with beds in their counties. So we are on our own. The Supreme Court is ruling by a 5 to 4 margin that new rules in Brooklyn that put strict limits on crowd sizes of houses of worship in areas with high infection rates are blocked for now. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says the ruling was an opportunity for the court to express its philosophy and politics. It's irrelevant from Any practical impact. Because the zone That they were talking about has already been moved. The high court says Religious liberty outweighs covert 19 precautions Former Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell is pushing forward with lawsuits challenging the election result. Even after the president's team disowned her. Michael Kastner reports. The lawsuits filed challenging the results in Michigan and Georgia, contained numerous spelling errors and repeat many of the conspiracy theory she cited before without evidence. That have been debunked beloved Jeopardy. Host Alex Trebek, who died this month at the age of 80 is leaving behind a pre recorded Thanksgiving message. He tells his fans to keep the faith you're listening to the latest from NBC News radio I.

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"high  infection" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Assassinated a pickup truck was in front of them aside, there was an explosion at the back of the pickup truck factories of those cars stop. Then at least five armed gunman ambushed his car and opened fire on it. The nation's top infectious disease expert says Christmas and New Year's will be just as lonely as Thanksgiving. For Americans who practice social distancing. Dr Anthony Fauci notes to U. S. A. Today at Corona virus cases are on the rise. Some shoppers may be avoiding stores due to the Corona virus pandemic, but online sales topped a record $5 billion on Thanksgiving Day, Michael Kastner reports, according to Adobe Analytics. That's a jump of nearly 22% over last year. The company tracks data on transactions from 80 of the top 100 online retailers in the U. S Tonight, Making millions drawing is worth an estimated $214 million. Tomorrow night's Powerball drawing worth 216 million bucks. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal was calling for a national mask mandate, Senator Blumenthal introduced a bill in Congress that would encourage states to require mask wearing in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The encouraging masks for all act would provide $5 billion to help states implement mask mandates. Currently, there are more than a dozen states that do not have a mask mandate in place. Sarah Bart. What? NBC NEWS Radio. The World Health Organization is warning countries that have a drop in Corona virus cases to stay vigilant. The WH OSE Maria Van Kirk off says All nations should want to avoid the cycle of high infection rates, followed by a lockdown to get it under control and then return to high infection rates. When lockdowns air lifted more than 61 million people have contracted the virus and 1.4 million have died globally. The dollar is falling to its lowest value and nearly three months it has dropped more than 2.2% this month as investment in stocks, bonds and currencies outside the U. S has soared. Part of the reason is renewed confidence in the global market after Joe Biden won the presidential election. I smelt in Norway's revealing ancient artifacts used by reindeer hunters thousands of years ago, the laying form ice patch has melted over 70% over the past 20 years, and that's uncovered arrows, reindeer antlers, even an old leather boot. Archaeologists say the artifacts date from the stone age through the medieval period, and researcher large pillow says the frozen artifacts can teach us about ancient hunting practices..

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"high  infection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Includes rain, strong winds and storm surges, which could be as high as 5 to 8 FT. Pash says hurricane warnings are in effect for Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coastline. Residents there should take precautions. Emma Peasley. NPR News on Wall Street, The Dow was down 222 points. This is NPR, and this is WN my seat in New York. I'm Sean Carlson Mayor de Blasio is urging New York City residents not to travel for the holidays to reduce the chances of a resurgence of covert 19 in the city. Mayor says it is not business as usual this year do not travel to a state with a high infection rate did not travel to a country with a high infection rate. Realize that by doing that, unfortunately, you could be putting yourself and your family in danger and also the risk of bringing the disease back here. Officials say. Those who do decide to travel should get tested at JFK or LaGuardia Airport, both when they arrive and when they depart. Travellers returning from states and territories that are considered hot spots by New York State are required to quarantine for 14 days. Ah former NYPD officer has been ordered to pay $1 million to a black Tennessee woman whose house he drunkenly broke into during a bachelor party. A federal judge has ordered Michael Renard's Reynolds, who is white, to pay up after breaking into Connie's, Halliburton's home in 2018. Reynolds was sentenced to 15 days in jail last December after pleading no contest to aggravated criminal trespass and three counts of assault in the home invasion. Reynolds also admitted to calling Halliburton a racist slur. He quit the force in January of this year after thousands of people call for him to be fired. Halliburton's attorney says she's pleased But since Reynolds has declared bankruptcy, she's unlikely to collect that full amount. Head of an upstate New York cult, has been sentenced to 120 years in prison. Keith Reineri of the organization Nexium was convicted last year of sex trafficking and racketeering, among other charges. Some former members of the group detailed the abuse the experience to a federal court judge in Brooklyn. The proceeding follows years of revelations about the organization, which charged thousands of dollars for self improvement courses. For tonight. A slight chance of rain later on. Otherwise we'll have alot about 51 degrees tonight. It'll say cloudy through the early morning hours and then for tomorrow Wednesday we could see some rain in the morning should be done by noon, though. Well, the high tomorrow about 59 degrees shut the son should come out to by the afternoon. It's W and my C at five or six. Support for NPR comes from I drive with remote PC, providing remote access to PCs, Max and servers from anywhere, assisting those working from home and also enabling remote assistance for customers at remote PC dot com. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I married Louise Kelly. The federal government here in Washington and around the country is run by civil.

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"high  infection" Discussed on AP News

AP News

15:45 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on AP News

"Madrid and its suburbs are preparing to enter a soft lockdown that restricts trips in and out of the Spanish capital following a weeks long political talk fights that experts say have prevented an effective response to the coronavirus in Europe's latest infection holds fault regional president is about the S. I use of said she would implement new national health regulations that impose restrictions on movement and businesses and social activity in large Spanish cities with high infection rates 100 also mostly legal challenge to the national government order requiring the measure is the centre right regional government has resisted the stricter carbs in the city of 3.3000000 and its suburbs due to concerns about the damaging the economy yes I use has accused spaces left wing coalition government of targeting Madrid with arbitrary order for political reasons and disregarding how far is it to contain the second wave of the virus I'm in Syria shockingly

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"high  infection" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on WTOP

"Thanks a lot slower. CBS's Jamie you more than 1000 firefighters are battling the blaze, taking advantage of today's favorable conditions to try to get the upper hand in this firefight. But crews are still worried. So what do you most concerned about? So far? We've been fortunate with the winds. But as you could feel, as you can see right now that we're starting get gusts of winds that's coming up school district's air debating how to educate Children in the new school year. Dr Anthony Fauci and a virtual meeting with Rhode Island's governor today offered this advice. The extended you possibly could do that I would get as much outdoors as you possibly can. He also said states with high infection rates should close bars and make people wear masks if they want to reopen schools. President Trump is responding to critics who say he's trying to sabotage mail delivery to boost his election prospects. President now says he would be willing to accept funding for the cash strapped postal service in a covert relief bill if a deal could be reached if they make a deal, the Postal Service is taken care of. The money they need for the mail in ballots would be taken care of. If we agree to it. Trump still signals he would oppose Democratsdemands for provisions protecting and expanding mail in balloting. We have to have an honest election, he was asked what might happen to the election? If there is no deal, People will have to go to the polls and vote. Stephen Portnoy CBS NEWS A change is coming to the ice cream truck. Good humor, has partnered with Blue Tang Clan's Rizza to create a new jingle for ice cream trucks. Thie old one called Turkey in the Straw had a problematic past. As the musician explained online because we come to find out that it has racist groups. It was used.

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"high  infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In the covert nineteen battle in New York state there were seventeen deaths and fewer than one thousand hospitalizations reported yesterday this is the first time the numbers have been this low since mid March down from a peak of almost nineteen thousand hospitalizations on April twelfth mayor de Blasio says New York City is on track to enter phase three of the corona virus re opening process Monday July sixth it is such an important step forward that the city keeps moving it's important for everyone it's important for people to get their livelihoods back it's important for businesses that are trying so hard to survive is important for the future of the city he says this represents a particularly important step for younger people as outdoor sports and recreation would once again be allowed at city parks the NYPD trying to track down to people who beat up a cop during protests last month police say the thirty seven year old uniformed officer was surrounded by several people back on the night of may twenty eighth near Albany street and west Avenue two men pushed the officer to the ground and punched him in the face while another struck the cop multiple times with a skateboard the cop was treated at the scene for a bloody nose and bruises to his head and shoulder New York Connecticut in New Jersey are asking visitors from states with high infection rates to quarantine for fourteen days Connecticut governor Ned Lamont was asked how he will enforce the quarantine look I don't have any penalties for worry be boring mass here in the state I don't have any penalties to speak up for people not taking the protocol seriously at the restaurant we are cell phone foresee no pretty well and we find somebody who is not following the protocols we have a hot line people call in public health goes out and reminds him of such White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow believes the U. S. economy is in for a good third and fourth quarter time is not to be closed down again so there may be certain places where there is that's up to the local authorities but the Dow is.

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"high  infection" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dot com listing summer spike Georgia shooting indictment on Christopher Cruz record levels of new coronavirus cases reported today in Florida Oklahoma Arizona Mississippi Nevada and California where governor Gavin Newsom says testing in his state is in full swing we not only had a record number of positive cases yesterday of over seventy one hundred we also had a record number of tasks ninety six thousand tests were conducted in the last twenty four hours New York Connecticut and New Jersey will require visitors from nine states to self quarantine New York governor Andrew Cuomo this afternoon so we're announcing today a joint travel advisory people coming in from states that have a high infection rate most quarantine for fourteen days and we have a calibration for the infection rate and any state that goes over that infection rate that state will be subject to the quarantine as of today the states are Alabama Arkansas Arizona Florida North Carolina South Carolina Washington Utah and Texas the three white men charged in the killing of Ahmad Aubrey had been indicted on murder charges today Aubrey was twenty five when he was shot and killed in late February your Brunswick Georgia prosecutor joy at home says the grand jury made its decision quickly said the presentation what you said was about a hour and a half the better part of the morning yes ma'am yeah and then the travail came back in less than ten minutes Senate.

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"high  infection" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:40 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on AP News

"Coronavirus cases in hospitalizations are hitting new highs in over half a dozen states has confirmed infections nationwide creep back to the peak levels seen 2 months ago after trending downward for 6 weeks the U. S. caseload has been growing again for over a week particularly in the south and west some 34700 new cases were reported nationwide Tuesday according to the count kept by Johns Hopkins University the only other higher daily totals came April 9 and April 24 the governors of New York New Jersey and Connecticut one of the early in the hardest hit regions are now requiring visitors from states with high infection rates to quarantine for 14 days we worked very hard to get the truck through viral transmission rate down New York governor Andrew Cuomo a lot of people come into this region and they could literally bring the infection with them I'm Ben Thomas

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"high  infection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the BBC world service it comes to you live from our studios in central London we begin today with Russia which now has the second highest number of cases of corona virus in the world second only to the U. S. and this in a country with a population of less than Hong of the United States there are in Russia currently more than two hundred and thirty two thousand confirmed cases on the official figure of deaths is two thousand one hundred and sixteen many doctors fear this is on the low side today millions of people who work in construction farming and factories have been told to go back to work the battle between securing public health and maintaining a working economy is writ large in Russia against a background background of a single man calling the shots the president Vladimir Putin announced an easing of the lockdown on the day of record high infection numbers that is our top story today also on the program a report from Israel on the use of the secret service is shin bet's to track people's location data for the purposes of stemming the spread of the virus we'll talk about privacy in a pandemic Anthony Fauci the top U. S. scientist on infectious diseases is warning today that opening the economy in the U. S. too soon could lead to needless suffering and death a reminder of the global figures of confirmed cases four million one hundred ninety seven thousand one hundred and forty two and the global deaths from COPD at nineteen two hundred ninety six thousand six hundred and sixty nine at stumps in Moscow where the infection rate is the highest in the country the sound of traffic on a busy street in the capital earlier today as people returned to work let's go straight to Moscow and speak to our correspondent Sarah Rainsford on Serra it sounds busier than you have been telling us in previous.

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"high  infection" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"York city is taking the unprecedented action of shutting down the subway system nightly from one AM to five AM to disinfect train cars offering other service options to essential workers who must travel during that time period governor Andrew Cuomo applauded the work of New York City transit workers saying they'll be getting antibody testing we know that there's been a very high infection rate among transit workers we said thank you and we appreciate what you're doing one thousand times but I believe actions speak louder than words transit ridership has gone down ninety percent amid the corona virus pandemic in New York City Tonya Jack powers fox news earlier we told you the U. S. Senate will reconvene Monday amid the covert nineteen pandemic boxes Garrett Tenney has the full report on Friday taking a look at KSFO traffic will start in San Matteo with a sig alert for southbound wanna one before ninety two this is an overturned crash the two right lanes are blocked emergency crews are at that scene no estimated time for reopening CHP is recommending you use alternate routes traffic is stopped from Third Avenue in Fairfield westbound eighty before Abernathy road degrees and clear to the right shoulder after blocking the two left lanes earlier traffic sluggish from West Texas street and in Santa Rosa we have a problem for north bound wanna one of Mendocino Avenue on the Mendocino off ramp all the traffic signals are out at the intersection a traffic light fixture is down it's blocking the left lane of the exit we K. as of a traffic I Maggie Jones the following show is paid for by live abundant radio the views opinions and beliefs expressed to those of live abundant.

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"high  infection" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Central workers who must travel during that time period governor Andrew Cuomo applauded the work of New York City transit workers saying they'll be getting antibody testing we know that there's been a very high infection rate among transit workers we've said thank you and we appreciate what you're doing one thousand times but I believe actions speak louder than words transit ridership has gone down ninety percent amid the corona virus pandemic in New York City Tonya Jack powers fox news earlier we told you the U. S. Senate will reconvene Monday amid the cook at nineteen pandemic boxes Garrett Tenney has the full report on Friday the capital's attending physician released guidelines to help the Senate returned safely on that McConnell said the office of the attending physician has transmitted detailed advice to members and committees that covers a wide variety of subjects from staffing levels of physical work spaces to self screening procedures to conduct at home every morning I strongly urge my colleagues to console these guidelines as we carefully resume in person work there is a bit of frustration over that guidance and some of the recommendations include installing S. and motion sensor detectors in the offices as one Senate aide put it to fox news we don't have that stuff just lying around much less just a few days before we're supposed to return meanwhile the former Senate staffer who alleges Joe Biden sexually assaulted her twenty seven years ago says she filed a limited report they didn't explicitly accuse him of sexual assault telling the Associated Press that she.

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"high  infection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning on Dan Watkins here's what's happening Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker issuing a new executive order on Friday requiring everyone over the age of two to wear a facemask when out in public in Massachusetts the order will go into effect on may sixth the governor went into detail about his decision during his press briefing on Friday as in fact just to see specialists continue to learn more about covert nineteen it's clear that this virus is highly contagious and can be spread from person to person without symptoms what I mean by that is a significant portion of the people who actually carry the covert nineteen virus never show any symptoms at all but they are in fact contagious that means it's possible for a person to infect other close contacts with covert nineteen without knowing that they're infected themselves we'll continue to do everything we can to expand testing to detect high infection rates hotspots in particular communities where we believe we need to be doing more testing and we continued our armor facilities with the supplies that they need to test larger and larger populations and as we've said many times while we work with the health care community to push back on the virus everyone else has a role to play it's equally important and is part of that effort we've already advised everyone should use face masks or face coverings in public spaces when they are unable to practice social distancing as we continue to think about the future and a return to a new normal covering our faces when we cannot practice social distancing is an easy critically important and essential step that everyone can and should take to stop or slow the spread earlier today I signed an executive order requiring residents to use a face covering in public places when they cannot so easily distance from others this story does not apply to children under the age of two or the people who are unable to wear a face mask or face covering due to medical conditions or other DPH issued exemptions I've also directed the department of public health issue additional guidance regarding children between.

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"high  infection" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on WJR 760

"You heard from senator Gary Peters that they got a briefing today at the center department homeland state Senate homeland security committee and he said there was frustration on the part of both Republicans and Democrats at the pace of testing I got it's a I think what the president did last night was a smart thing you don't pour fire gasoline on a fire and he's saying look they have had a high infection rate if we're going to do this but let's not let any more people in from countries that are already struggling with it or let's let's slow the influx how is that you're responsible I I can't quite understand why anybody would criticize that now he also said something else in his address last night and I think it may be one of the reasons why the market check the way it did upon the conclusion of his remarks and that is he said that it would also affect trade I don't know how the heck they're gonna do is speech I don't know if it was in an earlier draft in someone feel to deleted from the final but it turned out not to be true but it's certainly indicated to markets it was under consideration and that is something that would send a shock wave through the the global economy so I even that was a that was a horrible mistake and I don't know how it was made but I think it's tone was right and it is the first time he did not equivocate in any way about the seriousness the severity or the need for caution and I thought that most of the media at that time right after his address then was looking back between ABC and NBC gave him credit for that said this is a distinct change in tone Joe Biden is already telling us what he would do if he ran the circus cut three please don't believe anything overly dismissive or spreading misinformation going to hurt us in further advantages spread of the disease but neither should we panic or fall back on Jan a phobia Waverly covert nineteen.

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"high  infection" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"high infection" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of rain snow mix in Denver today with a high of forty four degrees right now it's cloudy and forty four degrees our top story on K. away your chances of getting coronavirus in Colorado are very low that's the word from state health officials who say the CDC has tested three Colorado patients for corona virus all three had recently been to China so far to the tests have come back negative and results for a third patient are pending the tests are mainly being done as a precaution coronavirus causes fever cough and shortness of breath usually shows up to to fourteen days after exposure jury go K. we knew the Dow dropped sharply today because of fears of the corona virus airline stocks took a beating over speculation that flights could be canceled areas with high infection rates and oil prices also took a hit over concerns about a drop in demand in Asian markets the Dow just close down four hundred fifty six points an outpouring of grief in Los Angeles continues over the death of Kobe Bryant and eight other people in a helicopter crash on Sunday at staples center where Kobe Bryant played so many seasons still large crowds are gathering leaving flowers and candles in honor of Brian and here at the crash site there is a small memorial left behind by mortars right after the crash now the public cannot access this area street Sir closed with police blocking road that's ABC's Alex stone the circumstances of the helicopter crash could end up in court legal analyst royal Oakes says questions about the pilot the air traffic controllers and the helicopter manufacturer could come into play what a tragic accident like.

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