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Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

"Was specifically duped by Deborah birx and Anthony Fauci. She writes about this in her book. And we've now had freedom of information act request. We can see where they literally gleefully even smiling in the photo when they duped Trump into doing the 15 days or to slow the spread. They knew at that point that it was never going to be 15 days. She admits it in her book. They literally lied to Trump just to get that power and get that premise set. So democratic governors could go. But specifically, it goes back to these simulations. The Rockefeller institute, the World Health Organization, Johns Hopkins University, the Gates Foundation. They all had to say, and essentially empowering the public health bureaucracy. So for decades, they'd been seeking more power, more influence. And that's why these simulations that they had sort of give you a window into what they wanted. They were bonkers simulations. Again, there's the openly talk about shutting down the global Internet in these. They talk about total lockdown, and they even talk about the pushback and they have fake news cast. I mean, they put a lot of time and money and thought into this. So in the under the motto of never let a crisis go to waste when COVID came along, they jumped on what they'd always wanted to do. And let me give you an example. The same way when we have a bad hurricane climate activist, jump on that hurricane. The same way when you have a school shooting, gun control advocates, jump on the, you know, the political aspect. There was the same thing here, except the difference was they had power and success far beyond any previous progressive campaign. I think in U.S. history, there's nothing that ever was that fast. That quick, that permanent, and that all powerful that we saw in March of 2020. It became a dictator. And that's because they used fear and the specter of death. Yes.

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NASA says its asteroid defense test was a success

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

NASA says its asteroid defense test was a success

"NASA says it's asteroid mission was a smashing success It was a save the world test the dart spacecraft was going after the asteroid dimorphos And we have NASA administrator Bill Nelson says the refrigerator sized spacecraft travels 7 million miles from earth coming in at 14,000 miles an hour And it was a bullseye Nancy chabot at Johns Hopkins University says the test was to see if in the future a killer rock could be nudged out of earth's way It just gave it a small nudge But

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Scientists honored for COVID-19 tracker, prenatal test

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00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Scientists honored for COVID-19 tracker, prenatal test

"A scientist who created a global COVID-19 tracker was among those honored for achievement in medical research Lauren Gardner a Johns Hopkins University engineer who studies the spread of diseases is the recipient of this year's lasker award for public service by the Albert and Mary lasker foundation which recognizes achievements in medical research Gardner worked with her lab team to develop a website that tracks COVID-19 as the virus began spreading worldwide in January of 2020 The dashboard became the key resource for the public and policymakers seeking information on global cases deaths and vaccines Other award winners include a biologist in Hong Kong who designed a prenatal blood test for pregnant mothers that can screen their unborn children for down syndrome and three scientists whose work on key immune proteins helped launch the field of integrin research I'm Jennifer King

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"Dot com today and schedule your free and home estimate. It's 7 11 protesters took control of a Johns Hopkins University town hall meeting that was focused on the planned introduction of a private armed police force on campus. The event at Schreiber hall was moved to an online only format after the crowd of chanting protesters took over the stage, the school has said it wants an armed police force as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing crime around campus, though critics have questioned how the police force would be held accountable. The clock is ticking again for Congress to find the votes to keep the government operating after September 30th and avoid a government shutdown, efforts are expected to continue through this weekend, Mark and Gigi talked about it with bob Cusack. Editor in chief of the hill. It's both a deal breaker for Democrats and Republicans, Republicans don't think the language is strong enough. There are still upset at Joe Manchin for agreeing to the inflation reduction act, which is part of this deal. So they don't want to be associated with that. And many on the left, Bernie Sanders and others are saying, no, this is not the way to go. So it doesn't appear like they have the votes, but Chuck Schumer has been adamant that it's going to be added to the government funding bill. I don't think there will be a shutdown, but there's going to be a lot of drama over the next week. Can you give us more insight into the deal? What is it exactly? Well, it's a deal that Manchin said, okay, I will agree inflation reduction act. There's pipeline language that would help West Virginia. It's been a top priority for Joe Manchin. And remember, Joe Manchin is up for reelection in 2024 and I'm sure he's making the case that he really needs this if he's going to run for reelection. He hasn't said that. He will yet, but certainly he's the only Democrat that can win in a state like West Virginia in a presidential election year. It could be another nail biter heading up to the deadline next week. The calendar is also moving quickly to the November midterm elections bob and there appears to be some internal divisions among Republicans as concerns are mounting about the GOP retaking control of the Senate. What is going on? Well, they've had a rough stretch with candidate saying controversial things. They're falling behind in key states like Arizona and New Hampshire, as well as Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania. They have to win, I think, in order to win the Senate. So they're doubling down a Pennsylvania, but some money, Republican money is coming out of states like New Hampshire and Arizona. That's a good sign for Democrats, but not a guarantee that they're going to hold the Senate. That is bob Cusack, editor in chief of the hill talking with WTO's Mark and Gigi. Meets Stanley irk, the president and CEO of novavax, why innovative COVID-19 vaccine maker novavax calls Montgomery county home. Sponsored by the Montgomery county economic development corporation. We have partnerships with global companies in Japan and South Korea and India and where we have manufactured tens of millions of doses of our vaccine to make everybody feel that they're part of something really, really important and really big. Listen to the entire discussion on WTO P dot com. Search Montgomery

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:29 min | 2 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"Protesters took control of a Johns Hopkins University town hall meeting that was focused on the planned introduction of a private armed police force there. The event at shriver hall was moved to an online only format after the crowd of chanting protesters took over the stage. The school has said it wants an armed police force as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing crime around campus, but critics have questioned how the police force would be held accountable. Who would Republicans choose if both Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis ran for president in 2024? A new USA Today poll of 500 midterm election voters shows that former president Trump's support among GOP voters in Florida has eroded, while Florida governor Ron DeSantis numbers have gone up. Mark and Deborah talked about it with USA Today, Washington bureau chief Susan page. One thing that surprised us about this is it's a real flip from what we found in a Florida poll we did in January, then Trump had a 7 point lead over to Santos for a hypothetical presidential primary in Florida. That's now turned on its head now desantis has an 8 point lead over Trump. And of course, this is just one state, but it's an important state, especially for Republicans. And it also happens to be the home state for both of them. So we assume this is something both men are interested in. Do we have any idea why we know that there's been a firestorm recently over the governor sending migrants to states in the north? Does that have anything to do with this? Well, desantis has been very assertive in his policies, especially on immigration and his approval rating in Florida is over 50%. Better than senator Rubio better than President Biden better than Donald Trump. So his policies on COVID on education on immigration seem to have served him well among Florida voters. And in the meantime, bankers of desantis, who is clearly interested in running for president, make the argument that he offers you Trump style policies without all of Trump's baggage. And it's possible that that is also on voters minds. That's USA Today, Washington bureau chief Susan page talking with Mark and Deborah. Now to Brennan Hazleton with a fresh edition of WTO's beer of the week. I am with Greg anger, beer director for the neighborhood restaurant group. Oh, what is untapped this week? This week we have fufu from cantillon bury out of Brussels

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Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

"While more than a million Americans have died from COVID-19 many are struggling with long-term health issues after surviving about with the virus Freddie Fernández is a 41 year old father of 6 from Carthage Missouri He meant to get vaccinated but wound up on life support hospitalized for 5 months from COVID-19 His fiance Vanessa Cruz traveled four hours each way to visit him Now he's home with his family out of the wheelchair but relying on an oxygen tank to breathe It's something to appreciate to value life Doctor Ann Parker a pulmonologist who co directs the post acute COVID-19 team at the Johns Hopkins University school of medicine says there's a large wave of patients who survived severe COVID illness but are still battling impairments two years after leaving the hospital They're not necessarily most limited by their lung function That they're really limited by neuropsychological and neuromuscular challenges Fernández's family says that as the world moves on COVID-19 is not gone for them as they deal with the long-term consequences I am Jennifer King

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For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

AP News Radio

01:24 min | 5 months ago

For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

"The fast changing coronavirus has kicked off summer in the U.S. with lots of infections but relatively few deaths compared to prior incarnations I'm Ben Thomas with an update on the coronavirus For many people the virus is not nearly as dangerous as it once was but COVID-19 is still killing hundreds of Americans each day The latest count by Johns Hopkins University puts the 7 day moving average at 354 And the Food and Drug Administration this week told vaccine makers to tweak any booster doses intended for fall so they protect against the newest relatives of the omicron variant FDA vaccine chief doctor Peter marks None of us has a crystal ball and we are trying to use every last ounce of what we can from predictive modeling and from the data that we have that's emerging to try to get ahead of a virus that has been very crafty It is a mixed and confusing picture repeat infections are increasingly likely and a sizable share of those infected will face lingering symptoms of long COVID Doctor Arnold monto is the acting chair of the FDA's advisory panel on vaccines Looking in the past doesn't help us a great deal to look in the future for this virus which has baffled a lot of us and made predictions almost irrelevant I'm Ben Thomas

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"At four 41 In just the past two weeks COVID cases are up more than a 100% in D.C. and Maryland 63% in Virginia and many area schools are also reporting significant spikes in inspections among students and staff The number of people in the hospital with COVID in our region is slowly increasing but thankfully deaths from the virus remain low doctor Joshua sharfstein is vice dean of public health practice and community engagement at Johns Hopkins University He joined WTO's market GT to talk about the rise in COVID infections It is a sign of just how incredibly contagious these new variants are Because you're right it's getting warmer but we're still seeing more cases People who've been infected a couple months ago some of them are getting infected again We're just seeing a lot of ability of these variants to infect people even if they've been sick or vaccinated before But like you said the good news is particularly for people who've been vaccinated The chance of getting severely ill is low Let's talk about this from a parental standpoint because I know there are a lot of people who have kids in the fight to 11 year old range And given the cases that are being reported the booster shots for the kids of those ages Are they coming too late for this school year Well first of all there are a lot of kids that have not gotten vaccinated at all And it is a good thing to get vaccinated because of the risk of severe illness and not just direct illness but also the immune reaction that kids can get from COVID the vaccine really dramatically reduces the chance of that terrible reaction to COVID that kids can get The booster can provide additional support particularly against omicron And it may be late for this school year because fiscal year is almost over But we don't know what's around the corner or the next variant of omicron that's going to come So I think it's a smart thing to do to consider that for kids What form of the virus are we seeing right now that's contributing to this uptick in cases and hospitalizations Pretty sure we're looking at BA two It says one of the sub variants that came off of that one And what's interesting is even though these viruses all have sort of the same name it sounds like they're just like cousins They actually are responding quite differently to the immune system so that people who had maybe a BA one infection can turn around and get a BA two infection It doesn't protect as much as you might think just by the naming of the virus So it really means that if people want to stay safe from the virus they have to continue to take care wearing high quality masks when you're in indoor settings with a lot of people is a good thing to do Having meetings outside eating outside taking care of particularly if they're people that you may be exposed to who are at high risk for their illnesses or their inability to be vaccinated Doctor Joshua sharfstein is vice dean of the public practice public health practices and community engagement at Johns Hopkins University Jose had tigers out of the PGA Championship the gnats fall flat in Milwaukee Scott Jackson has it all in sports next four 43 I'm okay.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 7 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"To talk You are obsessed with family feud What That's silly Give me one good reason you say that You're always watching it And you play the music Okay then explain this on the table This It's just a scratch off It's a family feud scratch off from the Maryland lottery But we could win $50,000 Good answer Survey says play family feud scratch offs with a top prize of $50,000 and great second chance gas prizes Please play responsibly You're listening to a WTO Nero Three or 22 Most of our attention has been on the COVID pandemic over the past couple of years or so but another troubling epidemic has been plaguing our country Opioid overdoses They've now reached another record high question is with COVID restrictions easing could we see those overdoses begin to go down What led to the increase in use of these substances was stress But now that COVID restrictions have eased and things are looking more normal will drug overdoses turn the corner On the one hand you think that well gosh since that's improved we would see a reduction but unfortunately I don't think it's happening Doctor Paul Christo a pain specialist and an associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University school of medicine says the pandemic lit the match Now the fire is spreading as more people are out of the house and not confined anymore It comes as the CDC said this week that more than a 107,000 Americans died of drug overdoses last year Nike Nellie WTO P news Financial markets have been pretty volatile lately Would you agree But in the past three years when things were pretty good lots of younger investors started trying things out Now that things are turbulent what should they do One veteran says don't give up You can't predict when markets like this are going to happen Peter tannis with link's investment says it can be Gut wrenching if you have a short term point of view If you have a long-term point of view you can safely ignore it Tana says remember how history shows the market's behave in the long run There are no periods during 20 years when you lost money in stocks Whether your paycheck is plump or not No matter what your income you should try and it's not easy but you should try to put something away every payday and forget about it Los Anderson WTO news Back in 1984 actress Drew Barrymore starred in an adaptation of Stephen King's firestarter Well today a remake opens in both in movie both in a movie theaters and on peacock A girl with pyrokinesis.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"For the first time Third straight year the league has played on Christmas Caps win Nats fall I'm Frank Han ran WTO sports It's 5 16 the top stories we're following for you on WTO Four people are injured a suspect is dead after a chaotic shooting yesterday afternoon and the van Ness area of northwest D.C. Police say the suspect indiscriminately shot at people from an apartment then killed himself when officers closed in on him Police found several guns inside the apartment New details related to the capitol riot U.S. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told other GOP lawmakers shortly after the riot that he would urge then president Donald Trump to resign That's from audio recently posted by The New York Times And Russian troops are pressing their offensive in eastern Ukraine in an attempt to fully seize Ukraine's industrial heartland but they've been making little headway as Ukrainian counter attacks have slowed down their efforts Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes It's 5 17 Just how likely are you to get COVID-19 on a flight Bus or train That's what many Americans are asking after a Florida judge's ruling halted the federal requirement to wear a mask on most forms of public transit We are where we want to be in terms of this virus Doctor Amy shadows with Johns Hopkins University This is a virus that was not going to be eliminated or eradicated And our goal was to shift disease to the mild spectrum so that we didn't see hospitals get overwhelmed He also says we're at a point where people need to measure individual risk but activities you already do without a mask carry much more COVID risk than travel does Travel a particularly on airplanes is lower risk than almost any other activity based on the air filtration and the air exchanges that occur But if you want to be cautious he says as long as you wear a good mask you'll be okay When I take care of a tuberculosis patient it's a one way masking situation and I'm completely safe John dome in WTO It's 5 18 traffic and weather on the 8s And Crawford's in the traffic center We started that interface between Virginia and the district known as the 14th street bridge lots of flashy lights on the bridge both inbound and outbound looking for a crash initially described as being inbound on the 14th street bridge unclear what if anything was ever found I don't think anything was but they're still checking watch for their flashing lights Watch your hand for anything that might have cropped up in the roadway inbound 14th street bridge from Virginia into the district We continue into the district ourselves with no reported delays on the freeway otherwise the two 95s are nice and quiet still with the work downtown along independent cavity between 17th and 23rd westbound right lane gets by eastbound left lane getting by and a last report they were still blocking the left lane westbound independence between 15th and 17th for drain and culvert work on the capitol beltway still wrapping up our crash investigation outer loop before branch avenue at last report that was still blocking a left lane after that everything is golden and the interleukin no reported delays on the $95 reported issues pending on the BW Parkway Crash activity after route 100 with caution for what may or may what remains there to 70 reported crash northbound was after 80 urbana with caution after exit 26 in Virginia the overnight work on the outer loop is done gone so you can buy all traveling to have been reopened 66 I think most of the cones are out of the roadway after nut least Reed dull we may still have some lingering over on the left side and waiting for an all clear eastbound 66 near 29 gainsville where everyone is still being sent into the service road as of 5 o'clock hopefully They're going to pull the plug on that one soon if they haven't already For over 35 years Greenberg and betterment has helped clients win the compensation they deserve and as always pay no fee until your case is won Visit gibi lawyers dot com and feel better I'm Ian Crawford WTO traffic To storm team four meteorologist Ryan Miller how do we look today Nick we're looking great We're going to see plenty of sunshine in the morning a couple of added clouds And a cool start but temperatures are going to be right back into the 70s That's where we were yesterday Anticipate a high in the middle 70s for your day today a dry one perfect for the Nats game at one O 5 Overnight we're going to get a bit cool here but tomorrow it's going to be even warmer We're going to pop into the 80s In most locations And it looks like we could see a slight chance of an afternoon in the early evening shower tomorrow looking at about a 20% chance Pollen levels are going to be high this weekend here so be mindful of that if you suffer from seasonal allergies mostly Claudia on Monday temperatures near 80° and then rain likely heading into your Tuesday 55 in D.C. right now 50 in Leesburg Nick and culpeper right now were at 46 And we have 49° outside WTO studios brought to you by Len.

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Death toll nears 6 million as pandemic enters its 3rd year

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Death toll nears 6 million as pandemic enters its 3rd year

"The world is on the verge of another milestone in the corona virus pandemic and Ben Thomas with the latest numbers Johns Hopkins university's tally shows more than five million nine hundred and ninety seven thousand people have died of confirmed covert nineteen infections around the world as of mid day Sunday that's just three thousand short of six million deaths over the past two plus years while many places including the U. S. are relaxing precautions evidence suggests the pandemic is anything but over remote Pacific islands are just now grappling with their first outbreaks Hong Kong is battling its worst in Eastern Europe is seeing a spike in deaths amid the surge of refugees coming from Ukraine meanwhile the US is nearing one million deaths I'm Ben Thomas

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US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 10 months ago

US virus cases, hospitalizations continue steady decline

"There are new signs that the Omicron surge is weakening across the country U. S. health officials say the total number of daily cases confirm this weekend just over one hundred thousand is a major improvement from mid January when Johns Hopkins University recorded more than eight hundred thousand cases each day and hospitalizations are down sharply eighty thousand on average in mid February nearly half of January's numbers one virus expert Dr Thomas Russo at the university of buffalo says he thinks Omicron is starting to run out of people to infect but there are still concerns with tens of millions of Americans still unvaccinated lifting virus restrictions is going to spark new cases Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says he's not comfortable taking masks off yet warning it's much too early to raise the banner of mission accomplished I'm Jackie Quinn

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Study Proves Lockdowns Did More Damage Than Good

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Study Proves Lockdowns Did More Damage Than Good

"I read to you earlier this week a study from Johns Hopkins University. Said the lockdowns were a complete waste. Which is something I said two years ago. We're coming up on two years. It is done infinitely more damage than good and yet people don't know about this study. So there's a story interestingly, which I reported an earlier one, and now the daily mail has it. Of with regard to whether or not anybody knows about it. Daily mail, so why did so many American mainstream media outlets ignore a reputable university study that lockdowns didn't work? New York Times Washington Post, ABC, NBC, and CBS. All failed to run the story because they have their own narrative written.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WTOP

"Fairfax county was previously chosen to participate in the program starting this month Christopher Cruise wut news Maryland's governor says COVID related hospitalizations are dropping statewide He's now outlining his continuing efforts to deal with the virus At a news conference in Annapolis governor Larry Hogan cited the state's high vaccination rate and dropping hospitalizations but then added but we're not out of the Woods Hogan said the university of Maryland medical system and Johns Hopkins University are partnering with the state for a vaccine study at nursing homes This study will help determine whether we move forward with a potential fourth dose or some of our most vulnerable residents And the governor said Monday he'll introduce emergency legislation in the General Assembly To address workforce shortages at healthcare facilities Expediting licenses for retired healthcare practitioners practitioners licensed in other states and nursing graduates Kate Ryan News Meantime Maryland's First Lady yumi Hogan has tested positive for COVID-19 she's vaccinated and boosted and is only experiencing mild symptoms Her husband governor Hogan tested positive for COVID a month ago he tested negative this morning It's billed as the region's largest indoor event and the pandemic scuttled it last year But it's not happening this year but not the scuttling We have the Washington auto show opening to the public tomorrow For many reasons you know I wondered if we wouldn't get here Jamie Darvish is the chairman of the Washington.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Karen Moscow When you watch talk index futurists are on the rise this morning along with European shares and they make up another Wall Street all time high on light volumes in the final days of the year But check the markets every 15 minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S&P futures up 7 points this morning down futures at 51 NASDAQ futures up 20 the Dax in Germany is up to tenths of upper percent The ten year treasury up 7 30 seconds yield 1.52% they yield on the two year .74% Oil is up a third of a percent or 25 cents at $76 82 cents a barrel Comics go down to 10% or 2.9 cents at 1803 announce The Euro 1.1310 against the dollar British pound 1.3483 the yen is at one 15.14 and Bitcoin this morning at $47,260 That's pretty much changed And as a Bloomberg business flash Paul and greedy All right Karen thank you so much We appreciate that as always Well earlier this morning the good folks at Bloomberg surveillance they chatted with doctor Chris Baer He's a Johns Hopkins University and we spoke to them We said hey doctor if you've completed 5 days of isolation and no longer have symptoms should companies drop the negative PCR test requirement Let's take a listen We'll remember there's another piece to the 5 days And that is that you need to wear a mask for 5 days after that If you're interacting with other people And that's to reduce onward transmission So it's still ten days but the difference is it's 5 days of isolation and then 5 days of mask wearing So don't drop that second part I think the issue with the testing is that the PCR test can indeed stay positive for longer And so it's not really informing whether or not you're infectious for others The antigen tests tend to be more shorter positivity And they really are looking just for the virus The antigen is the antigens of the virus But of course you can still have a positive antigen test when you are no longer symptomatic So really the issue is the 5 days after the end of your symptoms and then 5 days of mask wearing after that There is a bigger issue though sir as you know because for so many people they've been shut out of the workforce over the last 18 months at times For periods up to two weeks now for them to go into some places they will need that negative test And now as we understand from the CDC director we still don't understand the relationship between a positive antigen test and transmissibility Now doctor that was news to me in the last 24 hours Can you shed some light on it Yeah It is true That is why there's the 5 day masking afterwards because we think you're much less infectious 5 days after your symptomatic but you still may be shedding some virus and you still may test positive So the test positivity after you've had COVID really is a challenge The big change I think that's also happened with the new guidance And this is a part of what's happening For example with schools is the test and stay We were locking people down and having them stay ten days out of work and out of school for an exposure Not for having COVID And that is really a change There needs to be much more testing for people who had an exposure and for kids for example they can stay in the class People can stay at work if they've had not COVID but a potential exposure to COVID with a negative test And in those cases the testing will be more meaningful Well doctor baier I'm glad you brought up schools because obviously when we're talking about barriers of people returning to work it's also for caretakers who if their child is home from school they have to consider that But at the same time when we look at pediatric cases and hospitalizations those are climbing quite substantially And obviously children have a certain age have gotten a lower dose of the vaccine to begin with With a now the threat do we need to be rethinking either the dosage or boosting children Well we are recommending boosters for everyone over age 16 The trials are underway to look at boosting in younger kids Both amaran and delta are part of what is happening with this search It varies across the country and across the world But it's looking like 60 40 a delta and so we're dealing with both variants at this point And both of course can infect children It does appear that a because of its high infectivity is infecting more kids Hospitalizations are up but at a slower rate than cases cases as you all know are exploding Hospitalization is only up about 11% across the U.S. But how much of that is the fact that hospitalizations and deaths lag the case numbers And that's been the case for the entire pandemic Yes that is certainly a part of it But it's also the case that while hospitalizations are slowly increasing case numbers are exploding We have the largest number ever yesterday Over 400,000 And we're still not doing enough testing So we know that that's still an underestimate We also have know that there's always a lag between hospitalizations and deaths We don't expect to see really that peak until mid January But again the so far anyway the death rates do look lower And the good news there is that they look lower also in countries that have been dealing with them across longer like South Africa I noticed that you're the Desmond Tutu Professor of public health and human rights So I wonder what is your take on vaccine mandates considering the U.S..

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Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Biden wishes Americans happy, closer-to-normal Thanksgiving

"President Joe Biden is wishing Americans a happy and closer to normal thanksgiving this is always a special time in America but this year the blessings of thanks commuters are specially made for the president and First Lady Jill Biden made their greeting in a video recorded earlier this week after being apart last year we have a new appreciation for those little moments we can't plan or replicate the music of laughter in a warm full kitchen the thump of small feet making big sounds it's the second thanksgiving celebrated in the shadow of the corona virus pandemic which according to Johns Hopkins university's count has seen more than seven hundred and seventy five thousand Americans died from covert nineteen as we give thanks for what we have we also keep in our hearts those who we lost in those lost so much I'm Ben Thomas

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New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

New reported cases up nearly 30% in the last two weeks

"Holiday travel this week came close to pre pandemic levels at the nation's airports but there are concerns that will lead to another spike in corona virus cases the TSA reports more than two million people a day pass through their airport checkpoints since this weekend close to the numbers for thanksgiving twenty nineteen the centers for disease control had urged unvaccinated people not to travel with fears they'll spread coded from state to state there's already a resurgence Johns Hopkins University is reporting new cases were up nearly thirty percent in the last two weeks with close to one hundred thousand new infections in the country every day hospitals in Michigan are at capacity the federal government is sending in military personnel Colorado and Arizona are also seeing spikes in Connecticut two thirds of the state is it a red alert level the governor is warning that cases are also searching in surrounding north eastern states I'm Jackie Quinn

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COVID-19's global death toll tops 5 million in under 2 years

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

COVID-19's global death toll tops 5 million in under 2 years

"The confirmed global death toll from covert nineteen has now surpassed five million that according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University more than seven hundred and forty five thousand of those deaths have been in the United States while the numbers have been trending downward this month by Johns Hopkins county forty four thousand Americans have died of covert infections in the past four weeks and compared with data a year ago both case numbers and deaths remain significantly higher while vaccines have brightened the outlook world health organisation chief Dr Tedros Adhanom Capri asus had sobering words this past week the global number of reported cases and does this from corporate nineteen is not increasing for the first time in two months driven by an ongoing rise in Europe that outweighs declines in other regions get braces says it's a reminder the pandemic is far from over I'm Ben Thomas

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Compared to 52% of whites who said the same Half of Native Americans also said they're facing serious financial problems with a quarter saying they've lost all savings during the pandemic Spiral Manson is panino chippewa from North Dakota American Alaskan native communities and our members have been hit quite hard by the pandemic Manson directs the university of Colorado centers for American Indian and Alaska native health He says the pandemic is exacerbated long-standing stresses and strains in the lives of native people due to historic inequities as we struggle to address the sudden and precipitous added stresses Posed by the pandemic it heightens that sense of pain suffering of helplessness and hopelessness He says it's manifesting in higher rates of anxiety depression PTSD And things have been worsened by the need to isolate from one another American and Alaska native people We are very social and collective in our understanding of who we are how we reaffirm this sense of personhood itself Not being able to gather for powers and other cultural ceremonies has been especially hard with so many people dealing with grief Individual or family and collective grief especially grief around losing elders and cultural keepers Psychologist Victoria O'Keeffe is a member of the Cherokee and Seminole nations We know it's taking a toll on mental health emotional health and spiritual health O'Keeffe is at the center for American Indian health at Johns Hopkins University She says a sense of cultural identity and collective responsibility has also motivated communities We really see so many communities mobilizing and are really determined to protect each other That was the case in Navajo nations as her colleague Joshua Alison Burbank This concept of husk and Navajo means family kinship ties He's a member of the Navajo Nation and he spent the early months of the pandemic working on the front lines at a COVID care clinic with the Indian health services in ship rock New Mexico He says people were quick to start masking and social distancing That's what was so important for getting the grass and controlling viral spread across the Navajo Nation It's going back to this concept of respect to other human respect to elders It's also the concept of taking care of one another Taking care of the land And it's helped communities find creative solutions to other pandemic related crises like food shortages Many people including his own family started farming and cooking traditional crops like corn and squash which they previously ate only during traditional ceremonies My whole family we were able to farm traditional Pueblo foods and Navajo crops as well and not just have enough for ourselves but we had an abundance to be able to share with our extended family our neighbors and to contribute to various mutual aid organizations He says farming also allowed community members to spend more time together safely which helped buffer some of the stress Victoria O'Keeffe says people have also been more willing to get vaccinated to protect their communities American Indians and Alaska natives have the highest rates of receiving COVID-19 vaccines compared to other racial and ethnic groups in the United States According to the CDC half of all American Indian and Alaska native people have been fully vaccinated That's compared to only 41% of all whites Read the strategy and peer news In addition the U.S. special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction says it's hard to get a clear picture of what led to the collapse of the government there There is a lot of information that was classified or withheld from the American people His new report claims corruption in a lack of oversight where factors more that coming up in about 15 minutes And then on the BBC NewsHour at 9 the Pope says world leaders are morally obliged to take immediate radical action to slow the deadly effects of global warming and England considers designating E cigarettes as a medical product That's on the BBC.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Intermediate crude up 1.1% Bitcoin at a record up two and a half percent did trade above 66,065 1743 right now on Bitcoin Sources tell Bloomberg PayPal Holdings is exploring an acquisition of social media company Pinterest PayPal today did decline by 4.9% Pinterest up by 12.3% And that's a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much So I do feel like this topic is definitely the kind of conversations that are happening here at milken which is where Tim and I have been for the last few days The topic is about the role of universities in our democracy Our next guest says in a new book universities are a bulwark institution when it comes to democracy Ronald the J Daniels is president of Johns Hopkins University He joins us on the phone from Baltimore He's the author of his book what universities owe democracy Dijon Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health It is supported by Michael R Bloomberg founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg philanthropies Ron it's a really great to have you on the show How are you I'm great And thanks for the opportunity to talk to you about the book Well let's talk about the book What was the moment that prompted you to write this book When did you realize that you needed to write this So you know it was an interesting moment Several years ago And it was a time when there were a few instance across American campuses where there were deep platforming of speakers and this invitations and so forth that were happening across the country And it was at that moment that we like several other universities really felt it.

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California coronavirus death count tops 70,000 as cases fall

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

California coronavirus death count tops 70,000 as cases fall

"California has hit a once unfathomable milestone in the virus pandemic the state has topped seventy thousand covert nineteen deaths most in the nation Johns Hopkins university's tally shows that surpasses Texas by about three thousand deaths in Florida by a thirteen thousand despite California's per capita fatality rate being in the country's bottom third and it's seeing the lowest rate of new cases in the country the national average of daily cases has dropped below one hundred thousand for the first time in more than two months daily deaths are about seventeen hundred down for more than two thousand three weeks ago Sager mag ani Washington

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CDC Director Says Unvaccinated People Shouldn’t Travel Over Labor Day Weekend

CNN 5 Things

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Director Says Unvaccinated People Shouldn’t Travel Over Labor Day Weekend

"Unvaccinated americans not to travel this labor day long weekend because of a surge in cova cases according to data from johns hopkins university. The us is averaging more than one hundred sixty thousand new cases. A day on tuesday.

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There Is No Evidence To Support Children Wearing Masks

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

There Is No Evidence To Support Children Wearing Masks

"As many of you know. There is a craze to try to abuse our children by putting masks on them now. There's no evidence to show that. Children are at a significant risk of catching or dying from the chinese dying from the chinese corona virus or even super spreading it. A study done by dr maccari in conjunction with johns hopkins university published in the wall street journal studied forty thousand students who contracted the chinese corona virus. He found zero deaths zero deaths. The only children that are dying are ones that had pre existing health conditions comb abilities. That had leukemia or significant breathing. Issues we do know the effect that asks have on communication and being able to empathize with one another arizona. The state of arizona governor doug ducey signed a good bill into law recently. He signed a bill into law. That made it illegal. For school boards to mask. Children scottsdale unified school district. Made a promise that this would be a mask. Optional year scottsdale scottsdale unified school. District is a microcosm. What's happening across the country. Your leaders don't care about you. These people in charge were mask list at an indoor event called westworld and scottsdale two days after the cbc gathering so they can go mask list to restaurants but children that they oversee. They must wear masks at the scottsdale unified school

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NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

Here & Now

02:01 min | 1 year ago

NIH Director: Unvaccinated Are 'Sitting Ducks' for COVID-19 and Delta Variant

"Sitting ducks. That's how national institutes of health director francis collins is characterizing unvaccinated people in the us as the delta variant continues to spread here. Is this weekend on fox news. So i will be surprised if we don't cross two hundred thousand cases a day in the next couple of weeks. And that's heartbreaking considering. We never thought we would be back in that space again. But here we are with delta variant. Which is so contagious. And this heartbreaking situation where ninety million people are still unvaccinated who are sitting ducks for this virus. Sitting ducks presumably. Meaning they will catch it. We know the delta variant is more infectious but is it also lethal and if it is for whom dr david doughty is an epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist at johns hopkins university. Dr doughty cds reporting record hospitalizations among eighteen to twenty nine year olds thirty to thirty nine year. Old forty to forty nine year olds. Basically all adults under fifty now while deaths among young adults from kovic are still uncommon. Are death rates going up in these groups. So yes robin deaths are going up. They're going up more slowly than hospitalizations. But we know that that's usually lag hospitalizations by two to three weeks for some so. We're expecting to see deaths climbing in the next two to three weeks as well and by saturday the number of pediatric hospitalizations also hit record highs. This is according to the department of health and human services it spike to over nineteen hundred. What are we seeing in that group when it comes to mortality rates. I think what we're seeing across. The board is that among those who are unvaccinated. The risk of getting sick and dying is as high as it's ever been right and so in groups like kids where vaccines are not yet licensed. We're seeing as you've said the highest rates of hospitalizations and deaths that we've seen since the beginning of the pandemic

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US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

"The U. S. is now averaging more than one hundred thousand new covert nineteen infections a day a milestone last seen during the winter search the number of confirmed infections across the US had been averaging about eleven thousand a day in late June now Johns Hopkins university's tally puts the number at one hundred seven thousand one hundred forty three it also shows the number of people dying from infections rising to nearly five hundred a day as of Friday director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Rochelle Wilensky earlier this week eighty three percent of our counties in the United States are experiencing moderate or high transmission was delta variants continuing to be dominant circulating virus Johns Hopkins tracker puts the number of covered nineteen tests coming back positive at more than eleven percent still one thing going in the right direction the number of people getting vaccinated back up to more than eight hundred thousand per day I'm Ben Thomas

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Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images

Daily Tech News Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Apple Plans to Scan US iPhones for Child Sexual Abuse Images

"From the very beginning if not right after That's why we're happy to offer patriot. Loyalty rewards you can get a unique sticker mug t shirt or hoodie. Every three months as long as you stay a patron at our top four levels each one has unique art from len peralta featuring the seven year anniversary logo. You can get the details by looking at the tier descriptions patriot dot com slash. Dt and all right yesterday we mentioned at the very top of the show quickly that johns hopkins university professor matthew green and received confirmation. That apple was planning to do on device scanning for child abuse. Materials apple has confirmed that plan now and released more details about what it calls expanded protections for children. Let's look at what it actually does and some of the reactions from the security and privacy community to main features will become part of fifteen mac. Os monterey and the next ipad os watch os. this autumn. They are both in attempt to combat child sexual abuse material which is being referred to in a lot of the documentation and reporting a c. Sam keep in mind. Most all cloud services microsoft google and more scan user uploads in the cloud once it's in the cloud and on google server or microsoft server amazon server. They will scan for illegal content. Like see sam. Apple doesn't do that and isn't going to start doing that. Because apple users encrypt files before they get to the cloud so to scan for c. Sam uploaded i cloud photos. Apple is going to implement something called neural hash. Which will work on your device without decrypt images. You'd be saying how's that work. Here's how it works. A hash number is created for every image to be uploaded. Die cloud photos. Lot of you know what asked number is but it's essentially a number that can be created without viewing the major decrypted. It's math if you're up on cryptographic techniques apple is using private set intersection sturdy. Researchers generally agreed that

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Fauci: More 'pain and suffering' ahead as COVID cases rise

AP News Radio

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Fauci: More 'pain and suffering' ahead as COVID cases rise

"The latest data from Johns Hopkins University show the seven day rolling average for daily new covert nineteen cases in the U. S. has risen to more than seventy seven thousand up from just over thirty thousand two weeks earlier and that's prompting a warning from the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci offered this outlook on ABC's this week we're looking not I believe to lock down but we're looking to some pain and suffering in the future because we're seeing the cases go up from G. says vaccination is the key to getting the nation back to normal but notes one hundred million eligible Americans have not gotten a shot the un vaccinated by not being vaccinated allowing the propagation in the spread of the outbreak which ultimately impacts everyone South Carolina governor Henry McMaster tells fox news Sunday he's been vaccinated and it's encouraging others to do the same but he won't be mandating it wore the wearing of masks we don't trust the people to do the right thing we're giving them the right information there has been a surge in vaccinations over the past week currently the CDC reports fifty eight percent of Americans twelve and older are fully vaccinated Ben Thomas Washington

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

"Data from Johns Hopkins University shows Coronavirus Case numbers are up in 48 states over the past few weeks. Main in South Dakota. The exceptions, doctor David DAO Thi is at Johns Hopkins. It is reasonable for us to start to become a little bit more cautious, right? Um, to start to talk about, um, you know, re implementing some measures to start to curb the spread virus cases and deaths. Still well below the numbers reached at the height of the pandemic, the delta variant number of people unvaccinated and gatherings over the fourth of July. All factors in the increased Missouri governor Mike Parsons suggests health officials in part of his state are trying to frighten unvaccinated people into getting their coronavirus vaccinations. If he's Jackie Quinn reports, Hospital and health officials in parts of southwest Missouri, including Springfield had been warning that a spike in Covid cases is putting a strain on hospitals due to the Delta variant, rapidly spreading among unvaccinated residents. But Governor Mike Parson is suggesting that they're trying to find someone to blame. And want to scare people into getting vaccinated. Last week, the Mercy health system announced that employees that it's 40 plus hospitals would have to be vaccinated by late September to be allowed to work. Governor Parson says they shouldn't resort to trying to force people to take a vaccine or literally just scare them. He's also accusing some of manipulating vaccine numbers to make it sound worse than it really is fewer than 40%. Of all those eligible to be vaccinated him as Very are fully vaccinated. The percentages dropped dramatically in the counties in southwestern Missouri, just across the border. Arkansas reports its biggest one day jumping covid 19 cases in five months as the state remains atop the country and new cases per capita This is a P news. President Biden says the 2020 election was the most examined vote and a sign of the will of the people an example of America at its best. But instead We continue to see an example of human nature at its worst. Something darker and more sinister. In Philadelphia, Biden declared that preserving voting rights as an urgent national test of our time as Republican legislatures are changing boiling laws after Donald Trump lost Texas Democrats took dramatic action to stymie Republican efforts to tighten ballot restrictions in their state, leaving the state to stop a special session. Texas House Republican leader Jim Murphy, This is political theater. By and four Texas Democrats. As legislators. It's our duty to show up and do the people's work. These Democrats have walked off the job twice now and abandoned their obligation to represent you. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

"Johns Hopkins University's data Saturday morning puts the number of newly confirmed cases at just over 28,000 in the past day, with the rate of covert 19 tests coming back positive. Below 2.7%. But Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy cautions those not vaccinated not to interpret the improving data to mean They needn't worry about it. If we continue on this path, and more people that stated, begin sustain. That decline in cases that we've seen and declining deaths and hospitalizations. But if we stop where we are right now, if people do not get fully backs into the millions are out, there were some need to Then we will still be a risk. President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says Real world data is showing the vaccines to be even more effective than seen in trials, including the Johnson and Johnson vaccine 28 days. Post vaccination. It's 100% with regard to hospitalization around the world. India continues to be the hot spot. Johns Hopkins data show more than a quarter million cases still being confirmed daily. It's reaching into neighboring Nepal to which is seeing acute shortages of hospital beds, medication and oxygen. Switzerland has been flying in supplies and equipment, including ventilators and oxygen concentrators. To make matters worse, there appears to be an outbreak on Mount Everest. Lucas for Tim Bach is a guide. We have a least 100 people minimum positive for Corbett in base camp. He bases that estimate on confirmations from rescue pilots, insurance providers, doctors and other expedition leaders for Tin Box halted his Everest expedition a week ago due to virus fears. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News As the dust finally settled in Gaza, a day after in Israel, Hamas cease fire began, Palestinians started to assess.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

"Johns Hopkins University's data Saturday morning puts the number of newly confirmed cases at just over 28,000 in the past day. With the rate of covert 19 tests coming back positive below 2.7%. But Surgeon General Dr Vivek Murthy cautions those not vaccinated not to interpret the improving data to mean They needn't worry about it. If we continue on this path and more people vaccinated can sustain That decline in cases that we've seen and declining dances, hospitalizations, But if we stop where we are right now, people do not get fully backs into millions for out there, so need to then we will still be at risk. President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci, says Real world data is showing the vaccines to be even more effective than seen in trials, including the Johnson and Johnson vaccine 28 days. Most vaccination. It's 100% with regard to hospitalization around the world. India continues to be the hot spot. Johns Hopkins data show more than a quarter million cases still being confirmed daily. It's reaching into neighboring Nepal to which is seeing acute shortages of hospital beds, medication and oxygen. Switzerland has been flying in supplies and equipment, including ventilators and oxygen concentrators. To make matters worse, there appears to be an outbreak on Mount Everest. Lucas for Tim Bach is a guide. We have a least 100 people minimum. Positive for Corbett in base camp. He bases that estimate on confirmations from rescue pilots, insurance providers, doctors and other expedition leaders for Tim Bach halted his Everest expedition a week ago due to virus fears. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, president Biden says he joined South Korean President Moon Jae in with concerns over tensions with North Korea. The U. S president vows to sent a special envoy and to work with the South goal is and remains completely. Denuclearization. The creepiness to want to make a practical progress and increase security. United States for the United States and our Allies. Moon visiting the White.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A Bloomberg business Flash and I'm here in Moscow. Global stocks and U. S. Stock Index futures are climbing silver across $30 announced for the first time since 2013 and a red it fueled frenzy and we check the markets. Every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S and P Futures of about 32 points down Futures of 213 NASDAQ Futures of 131, the DAX in Germany's at 1.4%, 10 Year Treasury down 4 30 seconds Yield 1.8% yield on the two year 20.10% Silver Futures search as much as 12% of speculators flocked to the medal and a weekend buying binge overwhelmed online sellers of bars and coins. Right now, Silver futures are up more than 10.5%. $29.79 announced Comex gold is up 9/10 percent er $17.10 at 18 67 40 announced NYNEX Crude oil is up 1% or 55 cents at $52.75 a barrel the euro 1.2094 against the dollar. British found 1.3682 and again 104.94. It's a Bloomberg business. Flash Tom and Paul Karin, Thanks so much greatly appreciated the vics. 31.63 gets my attention as well from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. We say Good morning. Yeah, we'll do the story stocks that are out there right now, but it is a rich week. We're economics, finance investment and a pandemic with a little bit better data points in the last 567 days from the Johns Hopkins University. Here's Joshua Sharfstein. Influence who covers Berg Television here is Francine Look, Wah now joining us today is that Joshua Sharfstein Ease. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Vice Dean to talk about Cova 19 and the pandemic. Dr. Sharfstein. When you look at Number of strains that are coming up. How difficult will it be for these vaccine and doses to actually counter those? Looks like from the evidence we have that vaccines do work against the new strains. They may not work quite as well for any type of fluid infections, but they seemed to work pretty well still for severe covert infections, so it's still absolutely makes sense to get vaccinated. I think the longer term question is going to be Whether other vaccines need to be tweaked a little bit to be even more effective against these strains. I don't think this is a reason to panic. I think it's just a sign of how difficult this challenges and we have the technology still to outsmart the virus. What is the number one thing that we need to keep an eye on? If you look at the number of doses administered, Can we make enough doses to try and get ahead of these new strains? Well, I think it's about making the doses and delivering the doses and delivering them to the right people, including a lot of people who are at risk theirs in United States, there's some very good reporting about Essential workers who are out there and are incredibly vulnerable to getting safe here. Chester Shirts. T with the Johns Hopkins University. Futures of 33 down futures up to 11, Paul. It's like you don't clock earnings come out. Yeah, everybody. Oh, my word. They may go out of business. They're not going to sell enough iPhones. And the next number of days later forget about Gamestop and all that. Six truncheon debt offering. We don't know the dollar amount because they figure that out based on enthusiasm. But what what did they do? Double A plus. When Apple does his six crunch bond offering to maturity is out, too. I believe 2061 will still be doing the show, Paul, what do they do, like make four phone calls? I think you're right time. I mean, I heard you and Lisa discussing this in the last segment here, and yet you kind of raise it when you can not when you need it. That's you know, being a former banker. Let's a pitch. I used quite often, and a lot of times. It really is the right advice from looking at their balance sheet here time I'm looking at the The F A function on the Bloomberg terminal. They have scored $195 billion in cash on the balance sheet. They have about $112 billion of debt, so you know it's called $100 Billion of Net. Cash. So that obviously raising the question. What do they need it for? Um, looks like forecasted to have about $80 billion of free cash flow this year. I'm getting that also from the FAA function, Tom and so with the questions, why do you need it? And Needed because you can raise it at these extraordinarily low rates and you can fund um you know your buybacks your dividends on Do you do it? Because you can, and I think you're right, Tom. I think it's a fly by deals. What we used to call it make a few phone calls. Get some price indications and let it rip in palled. The distinction here, folks, And if I go, you know with a huge equity surge in apple. Their equity is 95% of capitalization. Their debt is 5%. Of capitalization. Paul What's a normal company like, you know, and in industrial toothpaste, ball bearings. What's their normal debt load? It's not 5%. No, I mean is the percentage capitalizations that 30% 40% 50% something along those lines, depending upon the predictability of Yeah, but not the way of his 20% is like like we could conservative, right? Yeah, Absolutely. So, this, you know, so tech companies time We've seen this across the board. Not just with Apple with other big tech companies. Obviously, they have such great cash flow businesses that they don't need debt because they can self fund they can self under capital expenditures. They can sell fund any acquisitions they may have. They can sell fund. Um, you know, pretty much any dividends or cash repaint repurpose back to shareholders, so they don't really need a lot of debt s..

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

"S has eased from its peak a few weeks ago. But data compiled by Johns Hopkins University show they remain around 160,000 per day. While the number of people dying of infections has not eased. Some 3600 people have died in the past 24 hours more than 436,000. Since the virus first appeared in the U. S. The United Kingdom has been among the hardest hit in this winter wave. Nearly 105,000 people have died there since the pandemic began. Claire Bendel. It's a respiratory physiotherapist at a London hospital. The worst thing is when We do our board books in the morning, and it's when the amount of our eyepiece outnumbers the ones that have made it down to the wards. And I think that's when it really kicks in. And they're a lot younger in the first wave. Sorry, I remember thinking that could be Mom that keeping me on and now I'm thinking that could be made. That could be my brother. My boyfriend. The CDC has issued an order requiring people wear masks. Some public transportation that includes airplanes, trains, Busses, subways, ships, ferries, taxis and ride chairs, as well as the airports, stations and terminals where people board Mask must cover the nose and mouth. The order prompts drivers, conductors and crew members to only transport people who are wearing mask. The order takes effect Monday. Racial gap has opened in the nation's covert 19 vaccination drive with black Americans in many places, lagging behind whites and receiving shots and associated Press analysis of 17 states in two cities that have released racial breakdowns finds black people are getting inoculated at levels below their share of the general population. At the same time, the virus has taken a disproportionate toll on black people. I'm Ben Thomas. AP knows I'm Julie Walker, the predominantly black farming communities of Florida's Lake Okeechobee will get a Corona virus vaccine station after public outcry over being left out. That move comes after the state gave public supermarkets so local distribution rights, leaving lower income families facing drives of 25 miles to reach the nearest store, the state emergency Management director told The Associated Press..

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on AP News

"Urge a message of peace and unity to the left. And right. There's nothing new here in Michigan Lieutenant Brian Alexis up the Michigan State police different topic. And it's a serious topic way won't tolerate criminal behavior. Finally, data from Johns Hopkins University shows the seven day rolling average of new coronavirus cases in the U. S is rising. It's currently more than 223,000 per day. The seven day rolling average of deaths is up to more than 3300 to date. Covert 19 infections are blamed for the deaths of more than 395,000. Americans. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News musicians who knew music producer Phil Specter have mixed reactions to the news of his death at the age of 81 I'm Argies are a letter with the latest I believe that I run. The specter of the Ronettes, who was married to Phil Specter for six years, calls him a brilliant producer but of lousy husband, she says on Instagram. Many lives were damaged, but she still smiles when she hears the music they made together, Darlene Love says on social media. If it weren't for Phil Specter, there would never be a darling Love. She said In 2004, AP interview. Specter asked if she changed her name from right to love after gospel singer Dorothy Love coats, I said, Why not? It's who figured it would stay around anyway. Ronnie Specter of the Ronettes, who was married to Phil Specter for six years, calls him a brilliant producer but a lousy husband, she says on Instagram. Many lives were damaged, but she still smiles when she hears the music they made together, Darlene Love says on Social Media. If it weren't for Phil Specter, there would never be a darling love, she said In a 2004 AP interview. Specter asked if she changed her name from right to love after gospel singer Dorothy Love, Coates said. Why not? Who figured it would stay around anyway. Margie Szaroleta. Thank.

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Covert 19 vaccinations start containing the disease and pent up travel demand turns into bookings. Delta shares her up 2.8% this morning and black rocks and sets under management rose to a record $8.68 trillion in the fourth quarter as markets continued to rally. Mr Bloomberg Business Flesh Common Paul Karin. Thanks so much the major stories of this January and Yes, folks, I've gotten many emails. Were 14 days into the new year and it feels like I don't know. Six months or seven months has just been extraordinary Things star team for keeping us going a part of that team, particularly on the pandemic. The experts at the Johns Hopkins University in nursing, Dr Jason Farley. The Jane Jane data that was just released released in the New England Journal of Medicine. Woz basically demonstrating its early safety and preliminary efficacy data. It's called a phase one A or to trial. And in this study, they basically found that a single dose of an adenovirus vector vaccine cannot replicate inside your body. But using that is the better to get the antibody into the body produced after about 57 days, immunity or enough neutralizing antibody in about 100. Percent of participants again. That's one dose after about 57 days, so that's good news. Jason. I want to talk about vaccination in the real world of nursing. Do we have the nurses to do vaccines or they so exhausted? They can't be part of that process is our nationwide and indeed our global nursing ability fractured. I think it's a nol hands on deck approach right now and so. We because of our inpatient capacity, the number of hospital beds taken from Cove it you know, we're not looking at our inpatient nurses or other health care providers to really provide that vaccine surge..

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"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"johns hopkins university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After that. Christmas Day bombing the Nashville Convention and visitors Corporations, saying it would have been inappropriate and tone deaf authorities arresting a suburban Milwaukee pharmacist suspected of deliberately ruining hundreds of doses of Corona virus vaccine by removing them from refrigeration. W D. J T Televisions, Brendan Cullerton tells us The man was arrested on suspicion of reckless endangerment and criminal damage to property advocate Arora President Jeff Barr says. At first, they believe their pharmacist spoiled 570 covert 19 vaccine doses by leaving them UN refrigerated by accident. Individual was suspended and after multiple interviews over the course of the week admitted yesterday to intentionally removing the vaccine from refrigeration. According to the graft in police department, the suspect knew the vaccines would be rendered ineffective and that people who received the vaccinations would think they had been vaccinated against the virus. In fact, they were not. This individual is no longer employed by us, and the suspect, who has not been publicly identified, has reportedly Jailed Johns Hopkins University, predicting the number of confirmed coronavirus case is expected to reach 20 million in this country in the days ahead as the vaccine rollout Has been slower than expected. A B C's Avery Harper in Washington nationwide hospitalizations and death due to covert 19 are setting grim milestones regularly, many worrying that the pace of vaccinations isn't fast enough to get a handle on the worsening pandemic. Dr Anthony Fauci telling NBC there really has to be a lot More effort in the sense of resource is for the locals, namely the States, the cities the county's on Lee 2.7 million vaccinations recorded far short from the initial goal of 20 million by the end of the year. Right now Ohio, Kansas, Mississippi and Georgia have the lowest vaccination rates in the country. NBC's Avery Harper reporting. The governors of the six New England States and New Jersey, extending a prohibition on interstate youth hockey through the end of January. The governor's took the action because of Corona virus outbreaks associated with youth hockey. Governors say they're extending the prohibition that had been set to expire yesterday. The prohibition applies to all youth hockey competitions for public and private schools and youth hockey leagues. Hospitalizations now hitting a new record high in this country more than 125,000 patients, with health officials now worrying about the spread of that covert 19 variant. Which has been found in California and in Colorado, maybe sees Kelly Heart tongue in Los Angeles experts bracing for the spread of that highly contagious variant of Cove it some labs across the country now screening for the variant. Cases confirmed in Colorado and California. As the country hits grim records in deaths and hospitalizations. L a county tweeting the profiles of victims. The tweets posted once every 10 minutes to mirror how often the virus claims lives here. Funeral homes now being forced to turn families away covert 19 variant believed to be More transmissible, but not more deadly than the strain that started this pandemic, and there's no evidence that vaccines are any less effective against it. Congress, closing out a session with a rare rebuff by Republicans off President Trump GOP senators Ignoring the outgoing presidents demand to increase that $600 covert 19 a check to $2000 and they're also said to override his veto of a major defense bill. Trump allies, Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina trying to bridge the divide. He says Congress could try again to approve bigger Cody checks after the new session opens on Sunday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says Congress has provided enough pandemic aid for now President Trump returning to the White House yesterday, cutting his vacation time in Florida a bit short. CBS News correspondent wishes, Yang says that meant the president was passing up a plan to get together on New Year's Eve with friends and coming back early. He is missing that party that New Year's Eve party and it's not just About celebrating with his friends with these air Mar a Lago supporters these air big donors who have given a lot of money to President Trump, and now he's not gonna face them on. Do you have to imagine how they're feeling since they planned their entire night, likely just for the opportunity to visit with Mr Trump president yesterday, releasing a video on social media touting his administration's success in 2020. Georges to Senate runoff elections Coming up control of the Senate is at stake. CBS News Campaign reporter Adam Brewster in Marietta. Today is the final day of early voting in Georgia with less than a week to go until voters determine which party will control the United States Senate. More than 2.8 Million Georgians have already cast their ballots, which is record turnout for a runoff in Georgia. According to Georgia votes more than 100,000 people have voted in the January run offs who did not vote in November. Turnout has been better in some of the Metro area. That favor Democrats compared to more reliably Republican parts of the state. But those Republicans may be waiting until election day to cast their ballots. Republicans need to win Just one race.

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