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03:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Tim stand of acne Interactive brokers Studios in New York and just a few minutes we're going to get back to Dr Amos Adalja, senior scholar at the and infectious disease physician at the Center for Health Security, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. We're going to focus the second half of our conversation on what we can expect for kids during the coronavirus pandemic and during the vaccination process here in the U. S vaccine is approved for kids 12 and up. But there is still the question of millions of American Children who are not yet eligible for the vaccine. All that and more coming up in just a few minutes. In the meantime, let's get back to Charlie Pellet with an update on the trading day. And we're looking at records with the Dow, the S and P. NASDAQ all advancing Tim right now, the S and P up 21 record 42 41 higher by 5/10 of 1% Developing story. We're keeping an eye on, according to sources. Science five. That's a start up the designs. Semiconductors has received takeover interest from investors. Intel Corp Intel said to be offering Science five offering to acquire Science five for more than $2 billion equities trading records Benchmark Treasury yields holding around the lowest since March as investors assessed data that showed consumer prices. Rose more than forecast last month. The Dow is up 87 points now up 3/10 of 1% s and P up, 21 up 5/10 again A record there as stack up 98 hard by 7/10 of 1% as stack 100 Index up 9/10 Both the Russell 2000 and transports are both moving. Lower Gold up 4/10 of 1% 18 95 the outstanding West Texas intermediate crude up 4/10. $70.25 a barrel on W T I President Biden has announced the U. S. Will begin shipping a half billion donated doses of Fizer coronavirus coronavirus vaccines the country's quote in dire need in August, making good on a promise to lead the global campaign against the pandemic. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She was interviewed ahead of the formal announcement. I'm really heartened to hear of these plans, but the ultimate impact will be judged by how quickly we can get them into arms because This pandemic continues to rage continued to cause staggering numbers of cases and doubts. And really time is the enemy here, so we need to move very quickly. Dr Nuzzo with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP, and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Pfizer shares up 2% right now. 40 61 on PFE, Pfizer, It's German partner Biontech, the eight ers down and 9/10 of 1%. AstraZeneca's eight ers up by 2%. Madonna up by 5/10 of 1% Johnson and Johnson up 9/10 of 1%. Recapping stocks higher s and P trading at a record of 5/10 of 1% gold up 4/10 right now. 18 95 VMS. I'm Charlie Palette Dance of Bloomberg Business Watch. All right, Thanks. So much for that. Update. Charlie Pellet, Let's get right back to doctor a methodology. A senior scholar and infectious disease physician at the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He joins us on the phone from.

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

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02:13 min | Last month

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Phase in the pandemic. Vaccines are now central to the response and have driven down hospitalizations and deaths dramatically. The number of new covert 19 infections in the United States last week was down 90% from the peak in January. CBS News correspondent Daniel Bacchus reports across the country signs of pre pandemic life are returning. I'm reading I got My two shots with covert case is falling fast states are on track to fully reopen. Health officials say vaccinations are key this, CDC says almost 61% of adults in the U. S are partially vaccinated, Dr Anthony Fauci says We're on track to meet President Biden's goal of 70% by the fourth of July. I believe that's an attainable goal, but we still have a ways to go in 26 states. Less than half of adults are fully vaccinated. The cove in 19 death toll in the United States 589,000. More than 33 million confirmed cases in the U. S. That's about 10% of the population. In our region. The number of new coronavirus cases for Maryland and Virginia are among the lowest daily total since testing began. Maryland reports 244 new cases 17 deaths Virginia 236 new cases, nine Deaths, D C 21 new cases and two covert 19 related deaths. Kids younger than 12 are not eligible for a covert vaccine. So how can you best protect them as restrictions begin to go away? Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins is the mom of young kids, she says. One thing you could do to protect your kids is urged the adults around them to get vaccinated. She cites evidence in Israel, which is ahead of many places. Getting adults the shot Israel has seen since the rollout of its vaccination campaign. A 98% drop in infections in kids, despite the fact that they're only vaccinating people over the age of 16 knows, who also says she still making her kids were masks indoors. Kyle Cooper w T o P News Iranian nuclear inspections. The very latest on that in just a moment. 7 34 Paragon.

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01:49 min | Last month

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Covert case is falling fast states are on track to fully reopen. Health officials say vaccinations are key. The CDC says almost 61% of adults in the U. S are partially vaccinated, Dr Anthony Fauci says We're on track to meet President Biden's goal of 70% by the Fourth of July. I believe that's an attainable goal, but we still have a ways to go in 26 states, less than half of adults are fully vaccinated. Cove in 19 death toll in the U. S is now at 589,000. There been more than 33 million confirmed cases in this country since the pandemic began. That's about 10% of the population. In our region. The number of new coronavirus cases from Maryland and Virginia look like some of the lowest daily total since testing began, Maryland reported 244 new cases and 17 deaths. Virginia reports 236 new cases and nine deaths. DC is reporting 21 you cases into Cove in 19 related deaths, But kids younger than 12 aren't eligible for a covert vaccine. So how can you best protect them as restrictions begin to go away? Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins is the mom of young kids, she says. One thing you could do to protect your kids is urged the adults around them to get vaccinated. She sides evidence in Israel, which is ahead of many places. Getting adults the shot Israel has seen since the rollout of its vaccination campaign. A 98% drop in infections in kids, despite the fact that they're only vaccinating people over the age of 16 knows, who also says she still making her kids were masks indoors. Kyle Cooper w T o P News just ahead and w t o p what Iran is saying about access to its nuclear sites. Starting Saturday, May 29th Metro.

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02:07 min | Last month

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"So how can you best protect them as restrictions begin to go away? Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at Johns Hopkins is the mom of young kids, she says. One thing you could do to protect your kids is urged the adults around them to get vaccinated. She sides evidence and Israel which is ahead of many places. Getting adults the shot Israel has seen since the rollout of its vaccination campaign. A 98% drop in infections in kids, despite the fact that they're only vaccinating people over the age of 16 knows, who also says she still making her kids were masks indoors. Kyle Cooper w T o P News The FBI is investigating the death of Ronald Green after his arrest in May of 2019. On Friday, Louisiana State police released the body cam footage from Greene's arrest after refusing to explain the 49 year old man's death for two years. Green's family is suing the Louisiana state police for wrongful death, They say. The agency initially claimed Green died after crashing into a tree during the Chase. CBS News has confirmed an autopsy report showed head injuries a broken breastbone. And the tourney Orta were factors in his death. Colonel Lamar Davis having You know, contacted and spoken with the Green family could feel their pain. The Louisiana State police fired two of the troopers and suspended another Michael George, CBS NEWS New YORK, charge. Floyd sister is talking about plans for one year anniversary of his death, she says she feels like the African American community has been killed, like animals were like Dears that they're hunting after in the woods. When they see us, we are human beings. We bleed the same way they believe so there's no reason why this should still be happening and nothing is being done about it. Bridget Floyd also says she hopes the George Floyd bill will be passed by Congress and signed by the president. After traffic and weather. Some green belt residents are against a plan for a high speed rail line. When 36 are you single and surviving this pandemic all alone? Do.

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

04:13 min | 2 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WBUR

"The White House. Thank you so much for your time. Thanks, Peter. Well, the cove and now a recent NPR. Maris polls showed that one out of four Americans would refuse a vaccine of offered. Now, some of those are anti vax is they probably will never take the vaccine. But some are vaccine hesitant. They aren't sure if it works or they can't get through bureaucracy. The Kaiser Family Foundation says 22% of people pulled are in this category, so how to reach them? It's bring back Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University, and Dr No's. Oh, We just want to spend a few minutes on this because our friends had stat health publication reported that surveys show black and Hispanic adults are more likely to be waiting to see before they get a vaccine. Also less likely to say they definitely won't take one than white adult. In other words. They're on anti vax is they're hesitant how to reach them. Sure. Well, I think the important thing is to recognize that hasn't NC is not necessarily a fixed state and that through education and engagement and crucially increasing access. I think we can make some progress in getting more vaccines into arms. And people who may have, you know, initially said that they were hesitant. One of the challenges we know is that not all communities have the same ease with which they can access vaccines. And you know if you bring vaccines to people if you have them in the community, and if you have those efforts, led by community groups that can help get people scheduled for their appointments and talk about the vaccines, you know that could go a long way to go. Getting people from that maybe initial state of discomfort to ultimately signing up. Well, and those who are hesitant because while we're hearing anecdotally about someone's dad who can't make his way to the website or the phone call, he just just said, You know what? I'm just I'm just not going to do it. Um uh, How can you? I mean, I suppose it's different state to state, but I guess what's the most important thing that Oh, help Someone get access. Right? Well, I think it's going to get easier, You know. Initially it was largely led by states. And so you had the situation where you had to sign up on multiple lists. And it was, you know, a question of having to refresh the website every single day at certain times. I mean, that's just not something that everybody can manage with the same ease. As we have more vaccines available, and there are more providers who are able to give it. I think it would just be easier for people to navigate the system, so hopefully that will help but I think also we have to have conversations with people about the value of the vaccine and the importance of getting vaccinated as soon as they can. Well, you know, they mentioned that and they say that when they talk to people like you, it has to be a gentle conversation. Because these air again, not people who are adamant for one reason or the other. They have fear they have hesitancy. So listen first, we're hearing Listen first and also recognize that it's it's natural that people would feel hesitant. They've heard lots of different things about the virus in the vaccine. We've called the vaccine development process works speed that you know probably leaves a lot of questions and people's minds. I've done a lot of sessions talking to people, and usually if you approach them with empathy and just are there to provide information, I I feel like by the end of the conversation, we're in a much different place. Probably mocking someone who's just afraid would not be a good idea. But another big problem is the hesitancy in the Latino community, because not only are inoculation rates low, but miss misinformation in Spanish is high of rumors that the vaccines Contain microchips or will alter DNI A or a part of satanic rituals. This is spreading on social media, so language barriers have to be overcome. Yeah, That's a big problem because public health agencies typically don't have the kind of language or translation services that are needed to combat that. So that's really where partnership with community groups that serve those work. Those communities that are trusted by those communities that could help translate public health information in an accessible way, But also in the language is that the community needs that those air really critical. You can't just a reminder that hesitancy is not adamancy. It's at a word. I think I just made it up. It's not an anti vax hurts someone who's just a little scared. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins University. Thank you as always, Thank.

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WTOP

02:36 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Bound on the BW Parkway past 32 a little sluggish But nothing reported. In your way You guys are looking pretty good. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p traffic Now the storm team for meteorologists Lauren Rickets. Spring officially began at 5 37 this morning and it's gonna be a very seasonal days. Those temperatures rise to right around. Average conditions were headed into the mid to upper fifties for daytime highs today with plenty of sunshine. Keep that sunshine going. Tomorrow after another chilly star will be in the upper twenties and thirties tomorrow but headed into the low sixties by tomorrow afternoon Low sixties on a Monday plenty of sun, where in the mid sixties on Tuesday plenty of Sun by Wednesday a few more clouds. Temperatures mid sixties expect rain Thursday and Friday. I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Records, It's 48 degrees and sunny outside the W T o P studios and friendship Heights brought to you by long fence. 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence down. Come and schedule your free estimate. Today. It's 1 11. With many school systems now allowing students back into classrooms during the pandemic. One question is how far apart their desks should be. The CDC is out with new guidance on that it was six ft. Apart more about how the virus spread to may be call that number into question. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health and Security, says, letting kids said three FT Apart puts the U. S in line with the World Health Organization's guidance, and it follows studies have shown no difference in in classroom transmission. Whether three Feet or six ft. She says the change will help schools bring back in person learning, and she still thinks the most important guideline for them is keeping kids group together in cohorts because just the number of contacts you have throughout the day. The more problems probabilities that one of those individuals will be infected. Mike Morello w T o P News should Children get the Corona Virus vaccine? The University of Maryland is studying that. Taking part in a national trial with the modern, a vaccine for Children from six months to 11 years old, While the virus generally has a less severe impact on Children, University of Maryland professor of pediatrics Dr James Campbell says more than 260 Children, United States that have died this year of covert and that surpasses by far the year with the largest number of deaths to the influenza virus in Children. Mass vaccination site in one Maryland county has been giving out more shots to out of state residents than two residents of that county. At Waldorf's Regency Furniture stadium, Charles County residents made up about 6% of the first dose appointments as of Monday. Meanwhile, out of state residents have been getting nearly 9% of the shots administered.

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WTOP

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Evening. I'm kin Duffy. The top stories we're following this hour breaking tonight the fencing around the U. S. Capitol. It went up after the January six riding is coming down earlier than expected, and it will happen this weekend. More from Debbie T. O P. S. Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, House sergeant at Arms has told lawmakers in a memo that U. S Capitol police and the architect of the Capitol will take down the perimeter fencing this weekend, which will open up independence and Constitution avenues. By Monday. Capitol police have indicated they're no longer appears to be a known credible threat against Congress or the capital that warrants the temporary fencing. National Guard personnel. Are expected to remain in the coming weeks. But this is welcome news to many lawmakers and residents around Capitol Hill, who had been pushing for the fencing to come down on Capitol Hill. Mitchell Miller W T. O P News CDC this week updating its guidance for schools amid the pandemic, and one key change was how far students should sit from each other inside a classroom, reducing that number from six ft. 23, maintaining six Ft of distance has been particularly difficult for school systems, so the change will help. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says it comes after several studies found no difference between six and three ft. When it comes to classroom transmission of Cove it. The moves, she says, also puts the U. S on the same page as the World Health Organization. I think we're just coming better into alignment with the science for her more important than social, distancing and preventing outbreaks in schools is reducing the number of people anyone student or staff member has contact with which can be done by keeping students in cohorts. Mike Murillo w T o P News The six FT rule for social distancing still remains once kids are outside of classrooms. 11 05 vaccine trials for young kids are starting up a the University of Maryland, the schools participating in a national study study that hopes to get a vaccine approved for kids by the year 2022..

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WTOP

04:06 min | 3 months ago

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"Narrow down your list of candidates and you only pay for the applications you need. Deal. Visit indeed dot com slash credit It is 503 Sunday March 14th 2021 mostly clear skies tonight, 60 headed down to the thirties. Yes. Good afternoon. I'm particularly, you know top local stories. We're following this hour. Fairfax County Police say a motorcyclist was killed yesterday morning while racing another and crashing it was stopped Fairfax County Connector bus It happened on Jeff Todd Way near Richmond Highway, and the impact caused the Boston motorcycle to catch fire. The motorcycle. Ist killed his 20 year old Travis West off Portsmouth, Virginia, the operator of the other motorcycle, lost control and slid to a stop that riders suffered non life threatening injuries. Maryland pushed past last week's average of 36,000 Day and delivered 56,000 shots in the arm of covert vaccine yesterday, a record for the state. Governor Larry Hogan says Maryland needs a greater supply. I think it's great that they're promising to get us more doses, and we sure hope that they could meet those time frames were just waiting. While speaking with CNN's Jake Tapper governor Larry Hogan says President Biden's goal of having enough vaccines for all adults by May is up to the federal government. We can't purchase vaccines. We can't manufacture vaccine, so if the president and his team is able to deliver, we don't have to wait till May 1st, he says. The state utilizes over 90% of the vaccines given to them almost Immediately. He also says Maryland is doing better than at least 30 states when it comes to getting shots and arms occasion, James W. T. O P News lifting capacity limits for restaurants, stores and other businesses has kicked off in parts of Maryland. While many businesses welcome the news, one public health expert is worried. It may be premature. We have to continue to combat this virus on multiple fronts. Well, we're immunizing people. That is important. That's why Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says Maryland Another state's easing restrictions are being too hasty. Maryland is not one of the top states in terms of getting vaccines of the arms governor Larry Hogan says vaccination progress in the state led to the move, which he calls a step in the right direction and important for economic recovery. But Nuzzo says any state easing restrictions should start with the lower risk venues and not necessarily focused on restaurants, which we know are particularly high risk. Mike Murillo, w. T. O P News, Prince Georges and Montgomery counties have changes that don't go AST far as the guy Winners order keeping some capacity limits in place while the early bird gets the worm, and those who were up early this morning saw a fascinating little celestial show. The big Traveling light was actually on his way to space from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It could be seen around 6 30 this morning in the DC area, a rocket plumes What you will see with the unaided eye is you will see a very, very bright Point of light, which is the actual rocket engine. W T O P. Space contributor Greg Redfern said this plume was from the space Sex Falcon nine rocket, and it launched 60 new StarLink Internet satellites into orbit, He says you were able to see it because it was dark out. This one just was good timing. It's spectacular to see Valerie Bonked w T O P news. Well straight ahead. We have traffic and weather and also D. C police searching for AH, stabbing Individual and individual who stabbed someone will check out that coming up. It's 506. I was ashamed to smile. My missing and decaying teeth affected my relationships, my career, my self esteem and my health with G four implants. I feel like I have my life back. Doctor Gulf is dental implants is a chapter on me a little bit, and it is now possible to replace failing teeth or ill fitting dentures with beautiful permanent teeth in just 24 hours, and at half the cost. Go to your Teeth dot com to learn more and schedule a console that her.

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WTOP

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"10. Person was taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Last week, Governor Larry Hogan eased up on some covert restrictions within Maryland. But he says the fight against Corona virus is not over yet. Dr. Fauci is right. We're not through this, and we're gonna continue to follow the public health guidance and keep everybody safe. Governor Larry Hogan tells CNN strict tapper that he took a balanced approach when he lifted state capacity limits. But the most important restrictions are still in place. We didn't lift the restrictions. We did raise capacity limits, but we kept the most serious mitigation measures in place. Which is masking and distancing. The governor also says covert metrics in all categories such as positivity rate in hospitalizations are better than they've been in months. Occasion James to BU T o P News. Now some public health experts still don't think that easing restrictions is a good idea. Right now view many states, including Maryland, are Um, being quite hasty in there relaxing of restrictions. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security in Baltimore, says a few people have been vax. US too few people have been vaccinated, so precautions are needed to continue to fight the spread of the virus. Thing of restrictions is a bit premature, but certainly would one would hope that if states are going to do it that they would start with the lower risk venues and not necessarily focused on Restaurants, which we know are particularly high risk. W t o p a 205. Now how stressed, have you been over the last year, The pandemic has taken a toll on our mental health, and it's showing many Americans have gained weight, drink more alcohol and slept last over the last year, according to a new stress in America poll, conducted for the American Psychological Association, especially stressed out are people of color parents of all races and those considered essential workers. More mental health assistance people who are not here. Essential workers of non essential workers. Dr. Jennifer Kelly, who leads the EPA says many people aren't yet optimistic that things were getting better either. But she says, Give it time we're gonna continue to see the numbers improved hopefully, and I think that once they began to see that there is improvement that they can start having more changes cognitively about what's happening. John Doman w T o p News If you were up early enough. Did you see that streak a light through the sky this morning and much of the area you could see it. Ah, lot of people did posting pictures and video of it to social media, hoping to figure out what itwas turns out. It wasn't a comment and no, it wasn't visitors from outer space. Answer the space X Falcon nine rocket launch from the Kennedy Space Center this morning. Honestly, kind of surprised me. The people were able to see it this morning. I think it was the fact that it was Dark and things just worked out, Well, W T o p. Space contributor Greg Redfern said this plume was from the space sex rocket, and it launched 60 new StarLink Internet satellites into orbit, he says What you were seeing in the sky were actually the engines to the human eye. That would be just a very, very bright light. See photos and video.

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02:45 min | 3 months ago

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"P News Now Daylight Saving time hasn't always begun at this time of year from 1986 to 2006 Daylight saving time began in the U. S on the first Sunday in April and ended on the last Sunday in October. Since 2007 the switch from standard Time has begun on the second Sunday in March. And ended on the first Sunday in November. Hawaii and most of Arizona don't do that. Twice a year clock change. Nor do the U. S. Territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and American Samoa about 70 countries observed the time change, but not China or Japan or many countries near the equator. Christopher Cruz, w T o P News Well, Prince Georges and Montgomery counties have kept some capacity limits in place for restaurants, stores and other businesses. The state imposed capacity limits in Maryland have now been lit. Did, And that has public health experts concerned. We have to continue to combat this virus on multiple fronts. Well, we're immunizing people. That is important. That's why Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says Maryland and other states easing restrictions are being too hasty. Maryland is not one of the top states in terms of getting vaccines into arms. Governor Larry Hogan says vaccination progress in the state led to the move, which he calls a step in the right direction and important for economic recovery. But Nuzzo says any state Using restriction should start with the lower risk venues and not necessarily focused on restaurants, which we know are particularly high risk. Mike Murillo w T o P. News during the pandemic cell phone use is up, and many Marylanders say they would have trouble giving their phone A break. Cell phone usage has increased by a third since the pandemic began, and cell phones have been the cause of increased anxiety about covert 19 for 28% of Marylanders. And when it comes to how long they could last, without a cell phone altogether on Lee 1.6 days, the same is the national average. That's according to the product research company get hungry. Another not so romantic 47% of those in relationships say they check their phones before talking to their partners in the morning. On the upside, 61% say they'd be happy to focus on non tech activities. Once the pandemic is over, Melissa, how old the BTO Penis A man is dead after being shot in northeast D C. Police say the shooting happened around nine p.m. yesterday on Irving Street near 12th Street. The man was found with gunshot wounds on the roadway and died at the scene. The killing ends a 10 day streak with zero homicides in the district ahead after traffic and weather marking a somber coronavirus anniversary in this area today, it's 806. Killer surprised when he actually visit when a Cabinet discounter seven share rooms. They expect kitchen and bath displays but didn't know we manufacture courts and grand countertops and offer accessories. Tile backsplashes and floor.

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02:08 min | 3 months ago

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"Marvelous. Marvin Hagler has died at the age of 66. He was the undisputed middleweight champion from 1982 His loss to Sugar Ray Leonard in 1987. The cause of death was not disclosed. Amid the push to get people vaccinated summer concern that Covad testing is on the decline as shots going toe arms. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has a suspicion that testing is taking a backseat, he says in the last month testing rates Nation ride of dropped by 20%, which she says may be a sign of government shifting efforts to vaccine operations and a drop in testing, she says, could lead to public health officials being behind and detecting new surges or variance. We don't want to be blindsided simply because we stopped looking for the cases that may be occurring. She calls on governments do not slow down on testing and urges you to get tested. If you have symptoms, even if you've been vaccinated because testing it can also help us gauge the impact of our vaccination effort. Mike Murillo. W T. O P. News they were cruising towards their high school graduation when the Corona virus hit and they saw Beach Week prom's and graduation ceremonies eliminated or changed significantly. Arcade. Ryan caught up with one of the graduates We interviewed last year as we continue our coverage of covert 19 1 year later, 18 year old Venice Of Ayla's graduated from high Point high school in Prince George's County. Now she attends the University of Rochester and upstate New York. Signs of the continuing Corona virus pandemic are everywhere. There's like a bunch of hand sanitizer. Wives everywhere around campus. Everyone wears the masks. Basically 24 7. Remember that classic college conversation starter? What's your major? That's been replaced. Okay. When did you get tested? I got just the vulva blood, then, like, OK, we can hang out and masks make flirting complicated. Honestly, you don't really know if someone's really smiling at you or not. Sometimes the covert 19 restrictions get to everyone. But Villa's says everyone's going through the same thing. So everyone understands how you're feeling. And they're like, Don't worry like you have this. You got this. Kate Ryan. W T o P. NEWS. It's 6 43 daylight saving time. Free your tech in securities..

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Several states roll back COVID restrictions as infections fall

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00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Several states roll back COVID restrictions as infections fall

"Of capacity limits for restaurants, stores and other businesses kicked in on Friday for parts of Maryland. While many businesses welcome the news, one Look health expert is worried It may be a case of the state getting rid of too much needed precautions too soon. We have to continue to combat this virus on multiple fronts. Well, we're immunizing people. That is important. That's why Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says Maryland and other states easing restrictions are being too hasty. Maryland is not one of the top states in terms of getting vaccines of the arms governor Larry Hogan says Vaccination progress in the state led to the move, which he calls a step in the right direction and Important for economic recovery that Nuzzo says any state easing restrictions should start with the lower risk venues and not necessarily focused on restaurants, which we know are particularly high risk. Mike

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01:43 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Clean in both directions, and Ruth, three. Oh one. No wish used to report currently at the nice Mac Middleton Braves. Steve Prisoner. W T o P. Traffic, Not a Storm Team four and Samara Theodore Tonight we're mostly clear, but it is gonna be pretty chilly out there with temperatures down to the upper thirties to around 40 degrees. Tomorrow tons of sunshine and will be in the low sixties for your Sunday, however, may feel cooler times when will be gusting upwards of 30 MPH factor that in with some extremely low humidity. We are looking at a fire whether watch in place tomorrow through 10 PM by Monday, mostly sunny highs in the mid to upper forties much lower and then Monday night into Tuesday. We're tracking a chance for a bit of a wintry mix before changes to rain Tuesday afternoon. I'm certainty for meteorologists. Mara Theodore comes around Washington Now 51 of Bethesda, 51. In Arlington, 47. Tonight in Lanham. The forecast is brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences, decks and papers. Go to long fence dot com and Enjoy your free estimate. Today. It's 7 11. The lifting of capacity limits for restaurants, stores and other businesses kicked in on Friday for parts of Maryland. While many businesses welcome the news, one public health expert is worried. It may be a case of the state getting rid of much needed precautions, too soon. We have to continue to combat this virus on multiple fronts. Well, we're immunizing people. That is important. That's why Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says Maryland and other states using restrict Shins are being too hasty. Maryland is not one of the top states in terms of getting vaccines in the arms Governor Larry Hogan says vaccination progress in the state led to the move, which he calls a step in the right direction and important for economic recovery. But Nuzzo says any state.

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 3 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on WTOP

"Relief. And a lot of money will be going directly to you were talking about the legislation passed by Congress this week signed by President Biden yesterday more now, from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, Maryland, We believe will get $3.9 billion. Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen says, in addition to money going directly to the state, counties and local also get major funding, and it's estimated that more than 2.5 million Maryland households will get stimulus checks. Maryland Senator Ben Carden says people Should receive those checks in a manner of weeks. We expect there's really no hurdle and getting this money out. In Virginia, More than seven million people are expected to get checks and D C is in line to get $2 billion in covert relief assistance. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T. O P News, Montgomery County's council voted on changes to the county's cope in 19 restrictions that will face in a syriza of changes. Here's what's new, effective immediately. Montgomery County Council members voted to allow more people to gather outside the limits go from 25 to 50 for indoor gatherings. The numbers shift from 10 to 25 fitness centers, salons, museums and art galleries can now allow 25% of capacity. Religious organizations can allow 50% capacity starting March 26. Number of those limits will move to 50% at sports activities can increase the number of people allowed if they get a letter of approval from the county, Kate Brian w T o P News Maryland officially lifts its capacity limits on most restaurants, businesses, gyms and churches and 27 minutes from now, But just like Montgomery County, Prince Georges and Frederick counties will also take a slower approach to reopening and will not totally aligned with the governor's guidance. Get all of the specifics on the W T o p AP 4 33 as efforts to vaccinate the nation ramp up, one expert says that focus might be behind a concerning trend Cove ID testing numbers are on the Klein as shots going toe arms. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security has a suspicion that testing is taking a backseat, he says in the last month testing rates Nation ride of dropped by 20%, which she says may be a sign of government shifting efforts to vaccine operations. And a drop in testing, she says, could lead the public health officials being behind and detecting new surges or variance. We don't want to be blindsided simply because we stopped looking for the cases that may be occurring. She calls on governments do not slow down on testing and urges you to get tested if you have symptoms. But if you've been vaccinated because testing it can also help us gauge the impact of our vaccination effort. Mike Murillo. W T O P News Hey, some big local news on a potential Covad vaccine, which is now in late stage clinical trials over in the UK, Maryland based Novavax says it's too dose vaccine is more than 96% effective in preventing mild and severe illness. It's nearly 100% effective against the most severe forms of covert 19..

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks, Jen. Glad to be with you. And Jennifer Nuzzo, an epidemiologist and professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins. Jennifer, We appreciate your time. Thanks for having me. On your set the stage for us. What do schools look like? Across the country? Are we seeing mainly hybrid classes at this point? I have to make the point that there is no centralized federal data collection on this, the previous education secretary said. That wasn't their job. The new president has called for Theo Education Department to start collecting this information, which I think is so crucial for understanding where we are and where we're going. There's a private organization called Burbey. Oh, that reports it's a minority of students who are an online only school district is about 42% are around 40% right now, with the rest of our students in either hybrid or traditional, And surprisingly, you know, it's over a third of students around the country, and you'll see that in states like Texas and Florida and Georgia That are going to school five days a week. Jennifer is hybrid learning a safer option than going in person speaking as an epidemiologist, What do you think, is the ideal, healthiest way to teach kids right now? Well, it really depends an unfortunate lesson area where we need more information and data to in one way the hybrid learning could be safer is if the students on the days that they're not at school are then you know, sequestered at home. But if students have to go somewhere else and have The larger social network as a result of it and more potential exposures. Then you could actually be increasing the risk because you've increased now the number of students in the soup with whom the students have contact Randy. We just heard from a high school teacher at the beginning of the show, and he shared. You know a deep desire to make sure his kids were getting the education they need. But He's also expressing, you know, fears about how safe he is in the classroom right now. What are you hearing from other teachers? So what you heard from Kyle was What I'm hearing. Everywhere and I think on is quite right about the The lack of data and and lack of, you know, having the guidance the data. The resource is so we could have actually planned given what happened first semester and second semester. Even in you know when dependent upon low moderate, you know, high community spread areas. Um people are scared. They understand. Everyone understands that in school learning is better for Children. And you heard that from Kyle then then remote and this kind of simultaneous instruction between remote and in school. Um, is, you know is probably worse than remote. But we know that the interaction is really important in terms of kids when your kids need to be, um kids need that socialization. Aziz, much as the academics and so every I don't know a teacher that doesn't wake up in the morning or Parer bus driver. And you know when they're doing in school work, and you know, just wondering whether they're going to get sick or not this part of the reason..

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 6 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"World. John and Karen president like Joe Biden called on the American people to accept the outcome of the election hours after the Electoral College sealed his win. Wasn't like Joe Biden's visited Georgia today on behalf of two Democratic Senate candidates underscores how much his first term agenda depends on having both chambers of Congress on his side. And what a President Trump's closest allies is leaving the administration Attorney General William Barr steps down December 23rd Monday night Football. The Ravens beat the Browns 47 to 42. The NFL's top two rushing teams combined for nine rushing touchdowns, tying a league record that was set back in 1922 Global News 24 hours a day on their anti Bloomberg Quick take were powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on John Tucker. And this is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thanks, John. It's 6 19 on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is Bloomberg Daybreak. We want to get the latest on the coronavirus. Now the first vaccines Against covert 19 are being delivered into US healthcare workers arms as the pandemic itself continues to reach difficult new milestones for more. We're joined by Dr Jennifer Nuzzo, lead epidemiologist of the Johns Hopkins Covert 19 Testing Insights initiative. Good to have you on with us. Dr Nuzzo at this fascinating time in the pandemic. Of course, there's all this hope surrounding vaccines. At the same time, we have reached that difficult benchmark of 300,000 American deaths. I'd just be curious to get your thoughts on where we are in the pandemic at this point. Yeah, I mean, we really have such incredible joy and optimism with the rollout of the vaccine being the videos of the nurses and other frontline health care workers being vaccinated. And, um, you know, I think it's a really welcome sight in what otherwise but a very long string of terrible news. Get on the same day we passed really grim milestone of 300,000 American life, boss Um 100,000 of those just in the last three months so really extraordinary acceleration of this pandemic in the U. S. Um And I know the addition of vaccine has a tool that we can use to combat. It is really welcome development. How much vaccine is it going to take to get the pandemic back under control to reverse the spread that we're seeing? Right? Well, we don't fully know how that's gonna work with what we don't so far in terms of the vaccine is that it seems to be highly effective in preventing people from becoming clinically ill. So that's great news. It will reduce the human suffering. That the virus has caused the people who are hospitalized and die. We don't really know if it will prevent people from spreading the virus. But, you know, I think it's a fair hope that it will. And if that's the case, then you know, most estimates say that about 60 tips, You know, 70, or so percent of the population should be vaccinated for Um, for this virus, provide a level of protection that you know. Returns us closer to normal. So if that is the case that this vaccine isn't shown to prevent the spread of viruses, that going to mean that we're going to have to continue with the masking the social distancing all these preventative measures that we've gotten used to hearing about, at least for some time to come. Yes, that's absolutely true. And that will be true. Even if we do learn early that the virus produces transmission of the virus simply because it's gonna take a long time Tol everybody vaccinated and it'll be hard to know whose accent is not, and You know, for it'll be a lot easier if everybody just adheres to the measures. But we've been doing and wearing masks, etcetera until we know for sure that we reached that point. What do you see is the initial impact of this first round of vaccinations being with the Fizer and presumably the Moderna inoculation coming out this month? Obviously, it's only getting to a fraction of the front line workers and nursing home staff and residents that need it. That's true. It's only it's not Everybody has gotten in yet, but I do think it will have a noticeable difference in terms of the protection off those workers. Um, you know, we know that they're particularly at high risk for exposure. And we also know that they're particularly in high risk. Um, you know for for, um, you know serious complications because of the level of exposure that they're having so having a vaccine that can protect them in increasing numbers. Will hopefully reduce the high toll that the front line workers have taken. New York Governor Cuomo has been warning that his state could be headed into US second shutdown potentially of cases and hospitalizations continue to go up the way they are. Is that a step that would be needed? Do you think Well, it's always something that you hope can be avoided, and I very much hope that states can avoid it. But unfortunately the alternative that measure that we met measures that we used to control the virus, the targeted measures like testing and contact, tracing isolation and quarantine. People who are either infected or thoughts of been exposed to someone who's infected. Those measures air really hard to maintain when the case numbers get too high, and so unfortunately if the epidemic accelerates to the point where, um, you know I can't keep up. That really leaves little option than then shut down. So you know, it's it's possibly something that's going to be necessary. But in my view, um it really is a disappointing out because we really hoped we could keep it at bay with a more targeted measures that caused less. Only a few seconds left here, Dr Nuzzo, but the UK is saying a new variant of covert 19 could be driving the surge there just quickly. Is that a concern in this country? Um, it could be. I think it's a little early to tell. We often hear stories of these things emerge and I don't know that we should really get you worried about it yet, Dr Jennifer not so great as always, to get your insights and expertise on this. Jennifer Nuzzo is lead epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Covert 19 Testing Insights initiative. S and P futures right now are up. 22 points down Futures ahead by 168. NASDAQ Futures on the rise by 55 points, 10 Year, Treasuries Down one 32nd Yield 10.89%.

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:40 min | 7 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Robin Young it here and now today, Canada joined countries approving the Fizer by on tech Corona virus vaccine for emergency use and a U. S decision could be any day now. The FDA is vaccine advisory panel meets tomorrow. And that's the UK enters Day two of its Fizer vaccine rollout. Yesterday we find out to people there developed an allergic reaction after they were vaccinated. Now they're fine. But officials there are warning people with a significant history of allergic reactions. Not to take this vaccine. Check in with Jennifer Nuzzo, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and Dr No's 02 people, very small number compared to the number that were vaccinated, but it's concerning for people. What should we know about these reactions? Well, something like this is an uncommon when you vaccinate, you know, people and we, um, you know, expect some manner of this, but the fact that it was detected and reported in this notice issued is a symptom you no sign that the The system is working that the safety protocols are in place and that there is a monitoring effort. So when I hear this, I'm actually reassured that we're collecting the right data and keeping tabs on all the right things. And so far, I haven't heard anything that would make me worry about the vaccine for the general population. And that's this is why we're told you're supposed to stay wherever you get a shot for about 15 minutes so people can monitor you. People with severe egg allergies are often monitored after getting a flu shot. But for this common vaccines, you anticipate we'll hear more stories like this. Absolutely. We will and again that shouldn't be interpreted as that. There's a problem with the vaccine. This happens with any sort of vaccine. It is just a symptom of the fact that we're going to be doing enhanced monitoring to make sure that we fully understand what's happening after we vaccinate people. So again, I find it reassuring when we when we detect and talk about these things. Transparency Well, we mentioned British regulators and now warning anyone with a history of severe allergic reactions. People who carry EpiPen ends with them. You know, toe help them come back from one of those reactions are an example. And they're not to take the fires of vaccine. But what if you know you've had one really serious reaction to say the medication? Indecision? I'm asking for a friend. You know what does a serious allergy mean? Right it is. It is a bit difficult, and, you know, obviously we will learn more as this vaccine is used on more people, you know, truly who may have these sorts of reactions and who not? The best advice I have is just talk to your personal clinician to sort out your particular situation. It's really hard to say at this point for for individuals really needs a clinician in the Loop. T tell you what to do. Yeah, fact. So I'll tell my friend to call her doctor. I'll do right, but but in the minute that we have we know we're not gonna confuse this. Allergic reaction to some of the adverse of effects that people have been having the side effects. So explain what those are what people might expect. Sure. So you know what Fine effects that a lot of people experience are just part of the immune system. Reacting to the vaccine, which you know vaccines, train your immune system, so that when and if you come in contact with the virus they know to go after it. So part of the soreness or the you know, maybe flu like symptoms that people might feel afterwards is a sign of the immune system has recognized something in it. Started the training process. Yes, it's what's supposed to happen. Jennifer Nuzzo, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Doctor knows.

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"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"jennifer nuzzo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Well, that's what Europe has been doing. And, um, you know, we know from the spring, but if you make it just that people can't leave their houses and interact with each other. It will reduce the spread of the virus and do that so quite considerably. I consider those measures something that of the last resort and frankly, a failure of our other measures. We're not doing enough testing contact, tracing an isolation. I'd very much like to see that avoided, but The current Clipper on I can see why people are suggesting that that may be the only option. They're really, really difficult measures and I'm not sure the public is is really quite there and their support for it like they were in the spring. In the spring. Of course, we didn't have the kinds of therapeutics and the race toward vaccine that we're seeing now. Could the treatments that have gotten emergency use authorization helped to keep the health care system? Sort of in control of this at least a little bit. Unfortunately, in the short term, No because the supplies of these things is just not where it needs to be to have that kind of dent. It would be great to have widely available vaccine to prevent people from becoming infected or keep them out of the hospital. Depending on how the science works out. It also be great to have widely available medicines that could be given to people early, an illness. Um, that would prevent them from, you know, requiring critical care, but so far we don't have those things but the medicines that have been approved or not for everyone, and they need to have given in certain settings. On this just very limited supply of them right now, So it's not going to meaningfully change the directory we're on. Unfortunately. Thank you for your expert insights on this really appreciated Doctor, Jennifer Nuzzo, lead epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Covert 19 Testing Insights initiative. And as always, you can get the Latest developments on the pandemic v RUS go on the terminal or Bloomberg dot com slash coronavirus as the P futures are down four points, down futures lower by 131 NASDAQ futures again. 47.

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Should schools reopen? Balancing COVID-19 and learning loss for young children

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Should schools reopen? Balancing COVID-19 and learning loss for young children

"To school, a growing number of them are being told. Stay home. There will be no in person school this fall School District's from California to Georgia to Maryland are now gearing up for online on Ly instruction are citing the spike in Corona virus cases, but just how dangerous is it to send Children? His teachers and staff back into classrooms amid a pandemic. And why is there so much debate over that question? We have called Jennifer Nuzzo to take on those questions. She is a senior scholar with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Welcome. Thank you. We're going to have you with us. I do want to start by asking. It seems there is just madmen, maddeningly little real information about the risks to kids and how likely kids are to spread the virus. Why do we know so little of this point? Yeah, it's true. I agree. There's not as much information as we like. We do have some studies that have generally given us the belief that kids are probably less likely to be harmed by this virus than adults. Also some information to suggest that they may be less likely to transmit the virus like they do you know is compared to other viruses like influenza, but it's hard to really study because you know, we've done these great measures where we've shut down and we've decided to stay home. And we don't fully know if we've kept kids home more and not as exposed as they would otherwise be. So it's fairly artificial circumstances. Yeah, I suppose kids haven't been in school since March, for the most part, so it's hard to study what transmission would would look like if they were I have noticed that a lot of the studies that have been published today have come from other countries. There was a big study that made some news out of South Korea that found kids. Older kids like they just had to 19 actually can spread the virus as well as adults that younger kids under 10 spread it much less. How much stock do you put in studies like that? Yeah, That's that, finding that there may be an age related effect with the older kids, possibly being a more worrisome case with the younger kids. That is something that we've seen elsewhere. That's at this study. I think experts feel may not be completely generalize along the sense that it was sick kids at home and not necessarily kids who don't have symptoms at school, but it's still important to learn from The CDC

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