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"I'm Dave frame and Good morning. It is 7 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good morning. The pace of vaccinations in the U. S is slowing, but a lot of that is about people choosing not to get the vaccine. We are not lacking doses. Many countries, though, are and with us now to explain a three NPR correspondents Jason Beaubien, who covers global health. Phil Reeves, who is based in South America, and Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Good morning, guys. Good morning, Jason. Let's start with you. It is a big world out there which countries or regions are getting your attention for better or worse. Well, you know, just to start with Africa. If you look at the continent as a whole less than 1% have gotten even one dose of the vaccine, you know, in most of those vaccinations have curd in just a few countries. Morocco has done pretty well. It's got about 14% of its population at least started with vaccination. But when you look at the big picture, big population centers like Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, it's minuscule. It's less than 1% are vaccinated right now. Big population centers are a real thing because the virus spreads through them quickly. I know that you've also been looking at the Philippines and Indonesia, both with sizable populations. How are vaccinations going there? Yeah, And it's not good there, either. The Philippines it's at 1.5%. Indonesia is just under 5%. You know, When you look at this, it could be well into 2022 before many of these countries were able to get even a small portion. Never mind a significant portion of their populations. Vaccinated isn't the world health organist? Station working to make sure this this gets better. Shouldn't this be better yet in look, they're trying. They've got a program. It's called Kovacs. It's this alliance. It's led by the W H 0 180 countries that find up and the ideas that Kovacs would buy in bulk and then equitably distribute doses around the globe both too rich and poor countries. You know, the goal of Kovacs was to make sure that every country could get at least 20% of its population's vaccinated this year. But right now it's simply can't get its hands on the vast volumes of vaccines. It needs to do that. Why not? Um, you know, Kovacs is competing with every other country for a limited amount of vaccine that's being produced right now. You know they've got contracts for large deliveries later in 2021, but that doesn't do much good right now And now, with the crisis in India that's also having effects because India's home to the vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, it was one of the largest suppliers to Kovacs. But now it's producing. You know, all of this production is being Redirected to the domestic disaster in India s O. In fact, serum didn't deliver any of its scheduled orders to Kovacs in March or April. And some of those deliveries where the countries you know who need to distribute a second dose of vaccines that they already started with the first so This has really been a major plot blow to the program, at least in the short term. All right. Thanks, Jason Phil. I want to ask you about what's going on in Brazil. You're based in Rio. The number of registered covert deaths in that country is over. 400,000 is very severe Outbreak. Is there any sign that vaccines there are helping bring down the number of cases and deaths? Well, the numbers have dipped somewhat in recent days, but this is thought to have more to do with curfews and other restrictions. That governors and mayors have been introducing the particular over Easter on the numbers. They're still pretty high. I mean, health services here remain under a lot of pressure. The vaccines do seem to be changing patient demographics a bit. Very few old people are dying off percent. I should take fewer or people are dying because they've been vaccinated. More younger people who haven't bean yet whining up in I C Brazil started vaccinating in January. We're now in May. Yet only 10% of Brazilians are fully vaccinated. If you add to that the fact that cities beginning to open up again and a lot of people here, including the president. Declined to socially distance. It does seem likely that the situation is going to get worse again. We aren't going to see a positive effect from vaccines that sometime the vaccination numbers air really low. Why is it taking so long? Well. Brazil doesn't have enough vaccines. Until now, the most widely used one here has been Corona back from China have been delays and getting supplies. From there. The Health Ministry decided to use it stocks to give us many people here as possible of first dose. That and that meant the world and that wasn't enough for the second dose of a lot of people here haven't been able to get that second those which is crucial because the first dove does not give you much protection. Here In Rio. The authorities suspended the second dose Corona back vaccination to the weekend. They ran out on God. That's happening quite a few other cities here recently. But the roots of this problem, you know, they go back further. They go back to last year. Back then the president Jacob Ostinato, was dismissive of vaccines. He stopped his health ministry buying Corona back at one point. He quibbled with visor over liability issues. He's changed his position on that just done a deal actually with visor to get in a lot of doses on that his government, saying that it will have enough vaccines to vaccinate everybody by the year's end, But medical specialists say that should have all been done a lot earlier and just really quickly. What about Brazil's neighbors on the continent? Well, Chile's stands out. I mean, it's vaccination programs way ahead of the rest of the region. It's up there with the U. S. And Israel. More than a third of the population is fully vaccinated. But that didn't stop a huge surge in cases recently, so severe that the government had to order a fresh batch of lockdowns numbers have begun to drop recently. It shows you that even with a look awful lot of people vaccinated, you know, this problem is going to go on for a long time before these vaccines start to really make a big impact and change the picture. All right. Thanks, Phil. Anthony Kuhn. Let me ask you about Asia. You've got wealthy countries like Japan and South Korea. Also having problems with vaccinations. What's going on? Well. Both South Korea and Japan were considered to have managed the early stages of the pandemic. Well, and for that reason, they've been able to keep case numbers and deaths fairly low compared to the U. S. But now they're vaccine rollouts have been among the slowest of developed economies, and neither of these countries is fully vaccinated 1% of their populations, and there's a lot of skepticism in both countries about whether they will be able to reach herd immunity within this year. Both Japan and South Korea are dependent on imported vaccines, and critics say that their governments were off the pace by several months in entering into vaccine purchasing agreements, partially because case numbers were low, and things didn't seem so URGENT. And so now, both countries find themselves struggling with fourth waves of infections. As and as in other countries, citizens are exhausted by states of emergency and social distancing in these measures are just becoming less and less effective. So how are those two countries plotting the way forward? Well, they've got to speed things up, and they are taking some measures. But both countries do show that a majority of citizens do plan to get vaccinated by both of their governments need to do more to convince citizens that it's the right thing to do. And that's especially true in Japan, which has had a recent history of vaccine scares. Okay, NPR's Anthony Kuhn in Seoul, Phil Reeves in Rio and Jason Beaubien who covers global health. Thanks to all of you, we appreciate it. You're.

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06:05 min | 2 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good morning. The pace of vaccinations in the U. S is slowing, but a lot of that is about people choosing not to get the vaccine. We are not lacking doses. Many countries, though, are and with us now to explain, or three NPR correspondents Jason Beaubien, who covers global health. Phil Reeves, who is based in South America, and Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Good morning, guys. Good morning, Jason. Let's start with you. It is a big world out there which countries or regions are getting your attention for better or worse. Well, you know, just to start with Africa. If you look at the continent as a whole less than 1% have gotten even one dose of the vaccine that you know, in. Most of those vaccinations have curd in just a few countries. Morocco has done pretty well. It's got about 14% of its population at least started with vaccination. But when you look at the big picture, big population centers like Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, it's minuscule. It's less than 1% are vaccinated right now. Big population centers are a real thing because the virus spreads through them quickly. I know that you've also been looking at the Philippines and Indonesia, both with sizable populations. How are vaccinations going there? Yeah, And it's not good there, either. The Philippines it's at 1.5%. Indonesia is just under 5%. You know, When you look at this, it could be well into 2022 before many of these countries were able to get even a small portion. Never mind a significant portion of their populations. Vaccinated Isn't the World Health Organization working to make sure This. This gets better. Shouldn't this be better yet in look, they're trying. They've got a program. It's called Kovacs. It's this alliance. It's led by the W H 0 180 countries have signed up, and the idea is that Kovacs would buy in bulk and then equitably distribute doses around the globe both too rich and poor countries. You know, the goal of Kovacs was to make sure that every country could get at least 20% of its population's vaccinated this year. But right now it's simply can't get its hands on the vast volumes of vaccines. It needs to do that. Why not? Um, you know, Kovacs is competing with every other country for a limited amount of vaccine that's being produced right now. You know they've got contracts for large deliveries later in 2021, but that doesn't do much good right now And now, with the crisis in India that's also having the facts because India's home to the vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, it was one of the largest suppliers to Kovacs. But now it's producing. You know, all of this production is being redirected to the domestic disaster in India. S so in fact, serum didn't deliver any of its scheduled orders to Kovacs in March or April. And some of those deliveries where the countries you know who need to distribute a second dose of vaccines that they already started with the first. So this has really been a major plot blow to the program, at least in the short term. All right, Thanks, Jason Phil. I want to ask you about what's going on in Brazil. You're based in Rio. The number of registered covert deaths in that country is over. 400,000 is very severe Outbreak. Is there any sign that vaccines there are helping bring down the number of cases and deaths? Well, the numbers have dipped somebody in recent days, but this is thought to have more to do with curfews and other restrictions. That governors and mayors have been introducing the particular over Easter on the numbers are still pretty high. I mean health services here remain under a lot of pressure. The vaccines do seem to be changing patient demographics a bit. Very few old people are dying off person should take fewer or people are dying because they've been vaccinated. More younger people who haven't bean yet winding up in I C Not. Brazil started vaccinating in January. We're now in May. Yet only 10% of Brazilians are fully vaccinated. If you add to that the fact that cities are beginning to open up again, and a lot of people here, including the president declined to socially distance. It does seem likely that the situation is going to get worse again. We aren't going to see Positive effect from vaccines that sometime the vaccination numbers air really low. Why is it taking so long? Well, I presume doesn't have enough vaccines. Until now, the most widely used one here has been Corona back from China have been delays and getting supplies. From there. The Health Ministry decided to use its stocks to give us many people here as possible of first dose. That and that meant the world and it wasn't enough for the second dose for a lot of people here haven't been able to get that second dose, which is crucial because the first of does not give you much protection. Here In Rio. The authorities suspended second dose Corona back vaccinations of the weekend. They ran out on God. That's happening quite a few other cities recently. But the roots of this problem, you know, they go back further. They go back to last year. Back then the president Jacob Ostinato, was dismissive of vaccines. He stopped his health ministry buying Corona back at one point. He quibbled with visor over liability issues. He's changed his position on that just done a deal actually with visor to get in a lot of doses, and that his government, saying that it will have enough vaccines to vaccinate everybody by the year's end. Medical specialists say that should have all been done a lot earlier and just really quickly. What about Brazil's neighbors on the continent? Well, Chile's stands out. I mean, it's vaccination programs way ahead of the rest of the region. It's up there with the U. S. And Israel. More than a third of the population is fully vaccinated. But that didn't stop a huge surge in cases recently, so severe that the government had to order a fresh batch of lockdowns numbers have begun to drop recently. But it shows you that even with a look awful lot of people vaccinated. You know, this problem is going to go on for a long time before these vaccines start to really make a big impact and change the picture. All right. Thanks, Phil. Anthony Kuhn. Let me ask you about Asia. You've got wealthy countries like Japan and South Korea. Also having problems with vaccinations. What's going on? Well. Both South Korea and Japan were considered to have managed the early stages of the pandemic. Well, and for that reason, they've been able to keep case numbers and deaths fairly low compared to the U. S..

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05:56 min | 2 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good morning. The pace of vaccinations in the U. S is slowing, but a lot of that is about people choosing not to get the vaccine. We are not lacking doses. Many countries, though, are and with us now to explain a three NPR correspondents Jason Beaubien, who covers global health. Phil Reeves, who is based in South America, and Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Good morning, guys. Good morning, Jason. Let's start with you. It is a big world out there which countries or regions are getting your attention for better or worse. Well, you know, just to start with Africa. If you look at the continent as a whole less than 1% have gotten even one dose of the vaccine, you know, in most of those vaccinations have curd in just a few countries. Morocco has done pretty well. It's got about 14% of its population at least started with vaccination. But when you look at the big picture, big population centers like Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, it's minuscule. It's less than 1% are vaccinated right now. Big population centers are a real thing because the virus spreads through them quickly. I know that you've also been looking at the Philippines and Indonesia, both with sizable populations. How are vaccinations going there? Yeah, And it's not good there, either. The Philippines It's that 1.5%. Indonesia is just under 5%. You know, When you look at this, it could be well into 2022 before many of these countries were able to get even a small portion. Never mind a significant portion of their populations. Vaccinated Isn't the World Health Organization working to make sure This gets better. Shouldn't this be better? Yeah, in Look, they're trying. They've got a program. It's called Kovacs. It's this alliance. It's led by the W H 0 180 countries have signed up and the ideas that Kovacs would buy in bulk and then equitably distribute doses around the globe. Both too rich and poor countries. You know, the goal of Kovacs was to make sure that every country could get at least 20% of its population's vaccinated this year, But right now it's simply can't get its hands on the vast volumes of vaccines. It needs to do that. Why not? Um, you know, Kovacs is competing with every other country for a limited amount of vaccine that's being produced right now. You know they've got contracts for large deliveries later in 2021, but that doesn't do much good right now And now, with the crisis in India that's also having the facts because India's home to the vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, it was one of the largest suppliers to Kovacs. But now it's producing. You know, all of this production is being redirected to the domestic disaster in India s O In fact, serum didn't deliver any of its scheduled orders to Kovacs in March or April. And some of those deliveries where the countries you know who need to distribute a second dose of vaccines that they already started with the first. So this has really been a major plot blow to the program, at least in the short term. All right, Thanks, Jason Phil. I want to ask you about what's going on in Brazil. You're based in Rio. The number of registered covert deaths in that country is over. 400,000 is very severe Outbreak. Is there any sign that vaccines there are helping bring down the number of cases and deaths? Well, the numbers have dipped somebody in recent days, but this is thought to have more to do with curfews and other restrictions. That governors and mayors have been introducing the particular over Easter on the numbers are still pretty high. I mean health services here remain under a lot of pressure. The vaccines do seem to be changing patient demographics a bit. Very few old people are dying off. First. I should take fewer or people are dying because they've been vaccinated. More younger people who haven't bean yet winding up in I C Not. Brazil started vaccinating in January. We're now in May. Yet only 10% of Brazilians are fully vaccinated. If you add to that the fact that cities are beginning to open up again, and a lot of people here, including the president declined to socially distance. It does seem likely that the situation is going to get worse again. We aren't going to see Positive effect from vaccines that sometime the vaccination numbers air really low. Why is it taking so long? Well, I presume doesn't have enough vaccines. Until now, the most widely used one here has been Corona back from China have been delays and getting supplies. From there. The Health Ministry decided to use its stocks to give us many people here as possible of first dose. Of that, And that meant the world and that wasn't enough for the second dose for a lot of people here haven't been able to get that second dose, which is crucial because the first dove does not give you much protection. Here In Rio. The authorities suspended second dose Corona back vaccinations of the weekend. They ran out on God. That's happening quite a few other cities recently. But the roots of this problem, you know, they go back further. They go back to last year. Back then the president Jacob Ostinato, was dismissive of vaccines. He stopped his health ministry buying Corona Vaca one point He quibbled with visor over liability issues. He's changed his position on that just done a deal actually with visor to get in a lot of doses, and that his government, saying that it will have enough vaccines to vaccinate everybody by the year's end, But medical specialists say that should have all been done a lot earlier. I'm just really quickly. What about Brazil's neighbors on the continent? Well, chill, it stands out. I mean, it's vaccination programs way ahead of the rest of the region. It's up there with the U. S. And Israel. More than a third of the population is fully vaccinated. But that didn't stop a huge surge in cases recently, so severe that the government had to order a fresh batch of lockdowns numbers have begun to drop recently. But it shows you that even with the lock off a lot of people vaccinated You know, this problem is going to go on for a long time before these vaccines start to really make a big impact and change the picture. All right. Thanks, Phil. Anthony Kuhn. Let me ask you about Asia. You've got wealthy countries like Japan and South Korea. Also having problems with vaccinations. What's going on? Well. Both South Korea and Japan were considered to have managed the early stages of the pandemic..

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05:57 min | 2 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on KCRW

"Edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good morning. The pace of vaccinations in the U. S is slowing, but a lot of that is about people choosing not to get the vaccine. We are not lacking doses. Many countries, though, are and with us now to explain a three NPR correspondents Jason Beaubien, who covers global health. Phil Reeves, who is based in South America, and Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Good morning, guys. Good morning, Jason. Let's start with you. It is a big world out there which countries or regions are getting your attention for better or worse. Well, you know, just to start with Africa. If you look at the continent as a whole less than 1% have gotten even one dose of the vaccine, you know, in most of those vaccinations have curd in just a few countries. Morocco has done pretty well. It's got about 14% of its population at least started with vaccination. But when you look at the big picture, big population centers like Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, it's minuscule. It's less than 1% are vaccinated right now. Big population centers are a real thing because the virus spreads through them quickly. I know that you've also been looking at the Philippines and Indonesia, both with sizable populations. How are vaccinations going there? Yeah, And it's not good there, either. The Philippines it's at 1.5%. Indonesia is just under 5%. You know, When you look at this, it could be well into 2022 before many of these countries were able to get even a small portion. Never mind a significant portion of their populations. Vaccinated. Isn't the World Health Organization working to make sure this this gets better shouldn't just be better. Yeah, in Look, they're trying. They've got a program. It's called Kovacs. It's this alliance. It's led by the W H 0 180 countries that signed up and the ideas that Kovacs would buy in bulk and then equitably distribute doses around the globe both too rich and poor countries. You know, the goal of Kovacs was to make sure that every country could get at least 20% of its population's vaccinated this year. But right now it's simply can't get its hands on the vast volumes of vaccines. It needs to do that. Why not? Um, you know, Kovacs is competing with every other country for a limited amount of vaccine that's being produced right now. You know they've got contracts for large deliveries later in 2021, but that doesn't do much good right now And now, with the crisis in India that's also having effects because India's home to the vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, it was one of the largest suppliers to Kovacs. But now it's producing. You know, all of this production is being redirected to the domestic disaster in India. S so in fact, serum didn't deliver any of its scheduled orders to Kovacs in March or April. And some of those deliveries where the countries you know who need to distribute a second dose of vaccines that they already started with the first. So this has really been a major plot blow to the program, at least in the short term. All right, Thanks, Jason Phil. I want to ask you about what's going on in Brazil. You're based in Rio. The number of registered covert deaths in that country is over. 400,000 is very severe Outbreak. Is there any sign that vaccines there are helping bring down the number of cases and deaths? Well, the numbers have dipped somebody in recent days, but this is thought to have more to do with curfews and other restrictions. That governors and mayors have been introducing the particular over Easter on the numbers. They're still pretty high. I mean, health services here remain under a lot of pressure. The vaccines do seem to be changing patient demographics a bit. Very few old people are dying off. First. I should take fewer or people are dying because they've been vaccinated. More younger people who haven't bean yet winding up in I C Not. Brazil started vaccinating in January. We're now in May. Yet only 10% of Brazilians are fully vaccinated. If you add to that the fact that cities are beginning to open up again and a lot of people here, including the president. Declined to socially distance. It does seem likely that the situation is going to get worse again. We aren't going to see a positive effect from vaccines for some time. The vaccination numbers air really low. Why is it taking so long? Well, I presume doesn't have enough vaccines. Until now, the most widely used one here has been Corona back from China that bean delays and getting supplies. From there. The Health Ministry decided to use it stocks to give us many people here as possible of first dose. Of that, And that meant the world and that wasn't enough for the second dose of a lot of people here haven't been able to get that second dose, which is crucial because the first of does not give you much protection. Here In Rio. The authorities suspended second dose Corona back vaccinations of the weekend. They ran out on God. That's happening quite a few other cities recently. But the roots of this problem, you know, they go back further. They go back to last year. Back then the president Jacob Ostinato, was dismissive of vaccines. He stopped his health ministry buying Corona back a one point He quibbled with visor over liability issues. He's changed his position on that just done a deal actually with visor to get in a lot of doses, and that his government, saying that it will have enough vaccines to vaccinate everybody by the year's end. But medical specialists say that should have all been done a lot earlier and just really quickly. What about Brazil's neighbors on the continent? Well, Chile's stands out. I mean, it's vaccination programs way ahead of the rest of the region. It's up there with the U. S. And Israel, more than a third of the population is fully vaccinated. But that didn't stop a huge surge in cases recently, so severe that the government had to order. A fresh batch of lockdowns numbers have begun to drop recently. But it shows you that even with the lock off a lot of people vaccinated You know, this problem is going to go on for a long time before these vaccines start to really make a big impact and change the picture. All right. Thanks, Phil. Anthony Kuhn. Let me ask you about Asia. You've got wealthy countries like Japan and South Korea. Also having problems with vaccinations. What's going on? Well. Both South Korea and Japan were considered to have managed the early stages of the pandemic..

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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06:42 min | 2 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"2021. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin and I'm Noel King. Good morning. The pace of vaccinations in the U. S is slowing, but a lot of that is about people choosing not to get the vaccine. We are not lacking doses. Many countries, though, are and with us now to explain, or three NPR correspondents Jason Beaubien, who covers global health. Phil Reeves, who is based in South America, and Anthony Kuhn in Seoul. Good morning, guys. Good morning, Jason. Let's start with you. It is a big world out there which countries or regions are getting your attention for better or worse. Well, you know, just to start with Africa. If you look at the continent as a whole less than 1% have gotten even one dose of the vaccine, you know, in most of those vaccinations have curd in just a few countries. Morocco has done pretty well. It's got about 14% of its population at least started with vaccination. But when you look at the big picture, big population centers like Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, it's minuscule. It's less than 1% are vaccinated right now. Big population centers are a real thing because the virus spreads through them quickly. I know that you've also been looking at the Philippines and India. Sorry, Indonesia, both with sizable populations. How are vaccinations going there? Yeah, And it's not good there, either. The Philippines it's at 1.5%. Indonesia is just under 5%. You know, When you look at this, it could be well into 2022 before many of these countries were able to get even a small portion. Never mind a significant portion of their populations. Vaccinated Isn't the World Health Organization working to make sure This. This gets better. Shouldn't this be better? Yeah, in Look, they're trying. They've got a program. It's called Kovacs. It's this alliance. It's led by the W H 0 180 countries that find up and the idea is that Kovacs would buy in bulk and then equitably equitably distribute doses around the globe. Both too rich and poor countries. You know, the goal of Kovacs was to make sure that every country could get at least 20% of its population's vaccinated this year, But right now it's simply can't get its hands on the vast volumes of vaccines. It needs to do that. Why not? Um, you know, Kovacs is competing with every other country for a limited amount of vaccine that's being produced right now. You know they've got contracts for large deliveries later in 2021, but that doesn't do much good right now And now, with the crisis in India that's also having effects because India's home to the vaccine manufacturer, the Serum Institute of India, it was one of the largest suppliers to Kovacs. But now it's producing. You know, all of this production is being redirected to the domestic disaster in India s O In fact, serum didn't deliver any of its scheduled orders to Kovacs in March or April. And some of those deliveries where the countries you know who need to distribute a second dose of vaccines that they already started with the first. So this has really been a major plot blow to the program, at least in the short term. All right, Thanks, Jason Phil. I want to ask you about what's going on in Brazil. You're based in Rio. The number of registered covert deaths in that country is over. 400,000 is very severe Outbreak. Is there any sign that vaccines there are helping bring down the number of cases and deaths? Well, the numbers have dipped somebody in recent days, but this is thought to have more to do with curfews and other restrictions. That governors and mayors have been introducing the particular over Easter on the numbers are still pretty high. I mean health services here remain under a lot of pressure. The vaccines do seem to be changing patient demographics a bit. Very few old people are dying off percent. I should take fewer or people are dying because they've been vaccinated. More younger people who haven't bean yet winding up in I C Not. Brazil started vaccinating in January. We're now in May. Yet only 10% of Brazilians are fully vaccinated. If you add that to that the fact that cities are beginning to open up again, and a lot of people here, including the president declined to socially distance. It does seem likely that the situation is going to get worse again. We aren't going to see Positive effect from vaccines that sometime the vaccination numbers air really low. Why is it taking so long? Well. Brazil doesn't have enough vaccines. Until now, the most widely used one here has been Corona back from China have been delays and getting supplies. From there. The Health Ministry decided to use it stocks to give us many people here. As possible first dose of that, and that meant the world and there wasn't enough. Corona backed for the second dose of a lot of people here haven't been able to get that second dose, which is crucial because the first of does not give you much protection. Here in Rio. The authorities suspended second dose Corona back vaccinations of the weekend because they ran. They ran out on bond That's happening quite a few other cities here recently. But the roots of this problem, you know, they go back further. They go back to last year. Back then the president Jacob Ostinato, was dismissive of vaccines. He stopped his health ministry buying Corona. Back. At one point, he quibbled with flies over liability issues. He's changed his position on that just done a deal actually, with visor to get in a lot of doses. And his government, saying that it will have enough vaccines to vaccinate everybody by the year's end. But medical specialists say that should have all been done a lot earlier and just really quickly. What about Brazil's neighbors on the continent? Well, Chile's stands out. I mean, it's vaccination programs way ahead of the rest of the region. It's up there with the U. S. And Israel. More than a third of the population is fully vaccinated. But that didn't stop a huge surge in cases recently, so severe that the government had to order. A fresh batch of lockdowns numbers have begun to drop recently. But it shows you that even with a lot off a lot of people vaccinated You know, this problem is going to go on for a long time before these vaccines start to really make a big impact and change the picture. All right. Thanks, Phil. Anthony Kuhn. Let me ask you about Asia. You've got wealthy countries like Japan and South Korea. Also having problems with vaccinations. What's going on? We'll, both South Korea and Japan were considered to have managed the early stages of the pandemic. Well, and for that reason, they've been able to keep case numbers and deaths fairly low compared to the U. S. But now they're vaccine rollouts have been among the slowest of developed economies, and neither of these countries is fully vaccinated 1% of their populations, and there's a lot of skepticism in both countries about whether they will be able to reach herd immunity within this year. Both Japan and South Korea are dependent on imported vaccines, and critics say that their governments were off the pace by several months in entering into vaccine purchasing agreements, partially because case numbers were low, and things didn't seem so URGENT..

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02:33 min | 4 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on KCRW

"Divided. Supporters of far right President Jacob Ostinato a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convalesce. Scenario no longer course covered a little flu were fatal Quality Roe deer do lock it down all the people yet he still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to have justly representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other more dangerous variants will emerge. The viruses circulating so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. To get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. At first we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. We saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it. Now, this particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. It's kind of like a fingerprint pain says Warmer waters may be disrupting food sources for the whales, bringing them closer to the shore as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm, but As a general trend. The fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay is something that we really want to pay attention to four management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine.

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Supporters of far right President Jacob Ostinato, a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convoys. Boston Arrow no longer course covered a little flu. Were fatal Collateral director do lock it down or the deep level yet he still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to obviously representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other more dangerous variants will emerge. The viruses circulating so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. Get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Mm hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. First we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. We saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it. Now, this particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. That's kind of like a fingerprint pain says Warmer waters may be disrupting food sources for the whales, bringing them closer to the shore as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm, but As a general trend. The fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay is something that we really want to pay attention to four management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine Mammal Center. It's double.

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Supporters of far right President Jacob Ostinato protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convoys. Also narrow. No longer course covered a little flu were fatal quality Roe deer do lock it down or the deep level. Yet he still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to a justly representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other more dangerous variants will emerge. The viruses circulating so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. Get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. First we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Kavala point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. You saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it Now. This particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. It's kind of like a fingerprint. Pain says Warmer waters may be disrupting food sources for the whales, bringing them closer to the shore as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm. But as a general trend, the fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay is something that we really want to pay attention to for management. And she adds, If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow.

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of far right President Jacob Ostinato a protest ng lockdowns by driving around the streets in giant convoys. Boston Arrow No longer course covered a little flu will fade to quality. Do you have to do lock it down? Yeah, Or does it forever? Yes. He's still insists shutting the economy causes more suffering than the virus. Brazil's doctors watching dismay. Metro allowed says they're trying to head off a catastrophe that could spread to other countries. Brazil now represents a threat to global public health. In addition to obviously representing a threat to our own population allow is one of Brazil's leading epidemiologists. Several variants of the virus are already circulating. Allow fears other, more dangerous variants will emerge the virus the circle 18 so widely in Brazil that there is possible and I would say likely that new variants will appear in the near future. He's calling for an international task force, including pharmaceutical companies. Get vaccines to Brazil right now. Philip Reeves. NPR news reddish Nero. Mm hmm. Humpback whale has been turning heads in the San Francisco Bay. It is young. It is healthy, but it's also a little early. Normally, humpbacks do not show up in the bay for another month. Alison Pain is a researcher with the Marine Mammal Center, a nonprofit conservation group. She and a co worker spotted the whale from the Golden Gate Bridge. First we really thought it was a great whale. Because that's pretty common to see in the bay at this time of year, And so as we rushed down to Cavallo point toe, take more photos a little bit closer. He saw the dorsal fin and it was a humpback. There was no denying it Now. This particular young will was not one they had seen before they knew based on the pattern on the underside of its tail. That's kind of like a fingerprint. Pain, says warmer waters. Maybe pushing krill populations closer to shore and where the crew go wells follow as a one off. I don't think that it's cause for alarm. But as a general trend, the fact that we are seeing more and more whales using the San Francisco Bay Is something that we really want to pay attention to for management. And, she adds. If you see a whale in the bay, give it space if you're on a boat, slow down, and lastly, if you get a whale of a shot with your camera, email it to the Marine Mammal Center..

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 7 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President did not broke apart point My sure Jacob Ostinato downplayed the Corona virus from the start. His chest ized governors and mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the.

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"jacob  ostinato" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:24 min | 7 months ago

"jacob ostinato" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.

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Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

Weekend Edition Sunday

06:24 min | 7 months ago

Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown

"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.

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