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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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00:46 sec | Last week

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

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00:41 sec | Last week

Yastrzemski HR, Arenado K lift Giants past Cardinals 4-3

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Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

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00:41 sec | Last week

Beijing preps COVID-19 hospital spaces, though new cases low

"Beijing Beijing Beijing Beijing is is is is preparing preparing preparing preparing new new new new hospital hospital hospital hospital facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to deal deal deal deal with with with with a a a a possible possible possible possible spike spike spike spike in in in in go go go go big big big big cases cases cases cases even even even even though though though though the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers of of of of new new new new cases cases cases cases remain remain remain remain low low low low China China China China has has has has stuck stuck stuck stuck to to to to a a a a strict strict strict strict zero zero zero zero code code code code approach approach approach approach that that that that restricts restricts restricts restricts travel travel travel travel math math math math test test test test entire entire entire entire cities cities cities cities and and and and sets sets sets sets up up up up sprawling sprawling sprawling sprawling temporary temporary temporary temporary facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to try try try try to to to to isolate isolate isolate isolate every every every every infected infected infected infected person person person person locked locked locked locked down down down down start start start start with with with with buildings buildings buildings buildings in in in in neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods neighborhoods but but but but become become become become city city city city wide wide wide wide if if if if the the the the virus virus virus virus is is is is spreading spreading spreading spreading widely widely widely widely that that that that is is is is come come come come as as as as many many many many other other other other countries countries countries countries relax relax relax relax pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions experts experts experts experts have have have have questioned questioned questioned questioned the the the the usefulness usefulness usefulness usefulness of of of of China's China's China's China's hardline hardline hardline hardline policy policy policy policy saying saying saying saying vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and new new new new treatments treatments treatments treatments for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it make make make make them them them them redundant redundant redundant redundant I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

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00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

COVID shots still work but researchers hunt new improvements

"While while while while Americans Americans Americans Americans over over over over fifty fifty fifty fifty are are are are being being being being offered offered offered offered a a a a second second second second booster booster booster booster researchers researchers researchers researchers are are are are working working working working on on on on improvements improvements improvements improvements to to to to the the the the cove cove cove cove in in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine the the the the data data data data is is is is in in in in that that that that the the the the original original original original cover cover cover cover vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are strongly strongly strongly strongly protective protective protective protective especially especially especially especially after after after after a a a a booster booster booster booster dose dose dose dose and and and and work work work work against against against against new new new new variants variants variants variants my my my my concern concern concern concern continues continues continues continues Fizer Fizer Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine chief chief chief chief Catherine Catherine Catherine Catherine Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen told told told told a a a a recent recent recent recent meeting meeting meeting meeting of of of of the the the the New New New New York York York York academy academy academy academy of of of of sciences sciences sciences sciences they they they they go go go go through through through through a a a a fire fire fire fire drill drill drill drill every every every every three three three three months months months months or or or or so so so so when when when when another another another another mutant mutant mutant mutant causes causes causes causes frantic frantic frantic frantic test test test test to to to to determine determine determine determine if if if if the the the the shops shops shops shops are are are are holding holding holding holding companies companies companies companies like like like like visor visor visor visor mature mature mature mature and and and and are are are are testing testing testing testing new new new new kinds kinds kinds kinds of of of of boosters boosters boosters boosters two two two two one one one one one one one one combination combination combination combination shots shots shots shots mixing mixing mixing mixing the the the the proven proven proven proven vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine with with with with an an an an awful awful awful awful crime crime crime crime targeted targeted targeted targeted version version version version nasal nasal nasal nasal vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines are are are are another another another another tack tack tack tack being being being being tested tested tested tested globally globally globally globally in in in in the the the the nasal nasal nasal nasal lining lining lining lining work work work work that that that that often often often often latches latches latches latches on on on on the the the the idea idea idea idea being being being being to to to to better better better better prevent prevent prevent prevent mild mild mild mild symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms of of of of infection infection infection infection I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

High court won't hear New York City teacher vaccine dispute

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

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00:39 sec | Last month

New York City Mayor Eric Adams tests positive for COVID-19

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Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

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00:46 sec | Last month

Fauci: Uptick in Covid, Biden is protected

"Because because because because the the the the cases cases cases cases are are are are rising rising rising rising across across across across the the the the country country country country with with with with nearly nearly nearly nearly half half half half the the the the states states states states reporting reporting reporting reporting an an an an increase increase increase increase but but but but the the the the severity severity severity severity is is is is not not not not rising rising rising rising Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci says says says says an an an an uptick uptick uptick uptick was was was was expected expected expected expected after after after after mitigation mitigation mitigation mitigation policies policies policies policies like like like like mask mask mask mask wearing wearing wearing wearing were were were were lifted lifted lifted lifted each each each each individual individual individual individual is is is is going going going going to to to to have have have have to to to to make make make make their their their their calculation calculation calculation calculation of of of of the the the the amount amount amount amount of of of of risk risk risk risk that that that that they they they they want want want want to to to to take take take take in in in in going going going going to to to to indoor indoor indoor indoor Dan Dan Dan Dan isn't isn't isn't isn't going going going going to to to to functions functions functions functions president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden who who who who was was was was vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated and and and and EE EE EE EE boosted boosted boosted boosted has has has has not not not not been been been been wearing wearing wearing wearing masks masks masks masks all all all all the the the the time time time time and and and and just just just just days days days days after after after after the the the the event event event event with with with with him him him him more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen DC DC DC DC officials officials officials officials have have have have tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for cove cove cove cove it it it it yes yes yes yes he's he's he's he's mingling mingling mingling mingling there there there there but but but but we we we we feel feel feel feel that that that that the the the the protocols protocols protocols protocols around around around around the the the the president president president president are are are are sufficient sufficient sufficient sufficient to to to to protect protect protect protect it it it it that that that that you you you you made made made made his his his his comments comments comments comments on on on on ABC's ABC's ABC's ABC's this this this this week week week week with with with with George George George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

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00:44 sec | Last month

China sends in military to help with Shanghai COVID outbreak

"China's China's China's China's sent sent sent sent more more more more than than than than ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand health health health health workers workers workers workers from from from from across across across across the the the the country country country country to to to to Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai including including including including two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand minute minute minute minute tree tree tree tree medical medical medical medical stuff stuff stuff stuff China China China China health health health health officials officials officials officials struggling struggling struggling struggling to to to to stamp stamp stamp stamp out out out out a a a a rapidly rapidly rapidly rapidly spreading spreading spreading spreading cove cove cove cove it it it it nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen a a a a break break break break in in in in the the the the false false false false nation's nation's nation's nation's largest largest largest largest city city city city Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai is is is is conducting conducting conducting conducting a a a a mass mass mass mass testing testing testing testing of of of of its its its its twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five million million million million residents residents residents residents as as as as what what what what was was was was supposed supposed supposed supposed to to to to be be be be a a a a two two two two phase phase phase phase locked locked locked locked down down down down enters enters enters enters its its its its second second second second week week week week workers workers workers workers wearing wearing wearing wearing blue blue blue blue protective protective protective protective clothing clothing clothing clothing have have have have held held held held up up up up signs signs signs signs saying saying saying saying keep keep keep keep one one one one meter meter meter meter distance distance distance distance under under under under do do do do not not not not crowd crowd crowd crowd in in in in one one one one western western western western area area area area of of of of the the the the city city city city concern concern concern concern is is is is growing growing growing growing about about about about the the the the potential potential potential potential economic economic economic economic impact impact impact impact of of of of the the the the extended extended extended extended look look look look down down down down on on on on China's China's China's China's financial financial financial financial capital capital capital capital I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles to to to to this this this this month month month month

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Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

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00:56 sec | Last month

Bargainers: Bipartisan deal near on trimmed $10B COVID bill

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting lawmakers lawmakers say say they're they're close close on on a a bipartisan bipartisan ten ten billion billion dollar dollar cove cove it it bill bill lawmakers lawmakers on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill say say they're they're getting getting close close to to agreeing agreeing on on a a fresh fresh ten ten billion billion dollars dollars in in funding funding to to combat combat cove cove it it nineteen nineteen the the bill bill is is smaller smaller than than an an earlier earlier fifteen fifteen point point six six billion billion dollar dollar agreement agreement that that collapsed collapsed in in mid mid March March but but house house Democrats Democrats balked balked at at Republican Republican demands demands that that unused unused pandemic pandemic aid aid to to states states help help pay pay for for the the new new package package but but Republican Republican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt of of Missouri Missouri says says some some of of the the money money for for the the new new bill bill does does come come from from unspent unspent sources sources including including two two point point two two billion billion dollars dollars that that was was designated designated for for assisting assisting entertainment entertainment venues venues that that closed closed during during the the pandemic pandemic White White House House communications communications director director Kate Kate betting betting field field the the president president has has been been very very clear clear that that there's there's an an urgent urgent need need for for this this funding funding and and we're we're very very hopeful hopeful that that Congress Congress is is going going to to come come to to a a solution solution the the package package would would finance finance vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and tests tests and and possibly possibly money money for for vaccines vaccines treatments treatments and and other other support support for for countries countries overseas overseas Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Washington Washington

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FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

FDA OKs another Pfizer, Moderna COVID booster for 50 and up

"Federal regulators are signing off on another cove it nineteen booster shot for older Americans in case the coronavirus rebalance the FDA is authorizing a force to do simplifies ran the door to vaccines for those fifty and older to be given at least four months after their previous booster before now the agency had cleared the fourth shot only for those twelve and over with severely weakened immune systems they can now get a fifty shot still there is limited evidence on how much benefit another boost can offer right now so the question is whether everybody who is eligible you should get it work we'll get it about half of those eligible to get a first booster have not the booster expansion comes as an Omicron me wouldn't spreads in the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

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00:40 sec | Last month

Biden spokesperson tests positive for COVID-19 after trip

"Cove in nineteen has made another push into president Biden's protective bubble a day before his Europe trip last week press secretary Jen Psaki tested positive for banned center top deputy in her place a day after getting back Kareem John Pierce said she's also positive in a statement yesterday John Pierre said she has a mild symptoms and last saw the president's Saturday and what she called a socially distance meeting CDC guidelines do not consider the president a close contact since he's fully vaccinated the White House says he tested negative before returning to the U. S. Sager made Ghani Washington

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Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Shanghai starts China's biggest COVID-19 lockdown in 2 years

"Shanghai stocks China's biggest cove in nineteen lockdown in two years the aims to conduct must testing and control a growing corona virus outbreak in Shanghai as questions are raised about the economic toll of the nation's zero because of its strategy Shanghai China's financial capital and its largest city with twenty six million people has managed its small APOST are pricks we limited lockdowns of housing compounds and work places where the virus was spreading but this city wide to face longtime will be China's most extensive since the central city of Wuhan where the virus was first detected in late twenty nineteen I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Biden to announce new Russia sanctions while in Brussels

"President Biden heads to Europe this morning where a top aide says he'll add to the avalanche of sanctions already hitting Russia for the Ukraine invasion at a special NATO summit he will join our partners in imposing further sanctions on Russia national security advisor Jake Sullivan says the president's trip to Brussels and then Warsaw is aimed at bolstering allied resolve against Moscow the west has been United the president is traveling to Europe to ensure we stay United you make the trip without spokeswoman Jen Psaki who yesterday tested positive for cove in nineteen for a second time and will stay behind she says the president tested negative Sager made Ghani Washington

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AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

AP source: Pfizer seeking OK for 4th COVID dose for seniors

"Fizer is reportedly seeking approval for a fourth cove it does for seniors the AP has learned that drug maker Pfizer is expected to ask for authorization this week for an additional covered nineteen booster shot for seniors that's according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity that would add a fourth does to the regiment which currently consist of a primary series of two shots followed months later by a booster dose this is all in an effort to provide maximum protection to the over sixty five population that has been hit hardest by the pandemic the food and drug administration and the CDC must approve the request hi Shelley Adler

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For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

For kids with COVID-19, everyday life can be a struggle

"The national institutes of health has launched a study into some of the puzzling symptoms that children suffer when they're infected with code nineteen and possible long term effects it's estimated more than twelve point seven million children in the U. S. alone have contracted cove it nineteen and some are still experiencing unusual symptoms long after the virus is gone a trend called long term coded and doctors say some children appear to make full recoveries and then come down with a mysterious condition that causes severe organ inflammation the lead researcher at children's national hospital in Washington DC describes a three year old girl who is head coach V. twice who speaks suddenly turned bright red and staying with pain or she complains of pain in her chest and the studies also looking into the emotional effects of coal bed one participant has had NO symptoms herself but her father caught the virus and he died I'm Jackie Quinn

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 In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

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00:40 sec | 2 months ago

In Rio, even a ban can't keep revelers from Carnival streets

"Cove it changes the way carnaval is celebrated in Rio de Janeiro for a second year thousands defied an official ban by coming out to the streets to party to the rhythm of samba sometimes as police looked on meanwhile at official events on the schools performed for a ticketed crowd but everything was much smaller says performer Eduardo Martino this is a kind of a replacement for the ocular carnival which takes place indoors those performances lead up to the parade at the Sambadrome which this year has been postponed to April because Brazil is still not passed the Omicron wave I'm

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Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Pregnancy-related deaths climbed in pandemic's first year

"Pregnancy related deaths for U. S. mothers climbed higher in the pandemic's first year government data released Wednesday show a decades long trend that continue to disproportionately affect black people overall there were almost twenty four deaths per one hundred thousand births in twenty twenty that compares with twenty per one hundred thousand the previous year the numbers reflect mothers dying during pregnancy childbirth or the year after it's unclear what role cove it might have played but the pandemic led many people to put off medical care and stress the health care system which could increase risks for pregnant women I'm Julie Walker

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Is omicron leading us closer to herd immunity against COVID?

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Is omicron leading us closer to herd immunity against COVID?

"Kubic nineteen cases are coming down in the U. S. but some experts say it's doubtful we'll ever reach herd immunity at the university of Maryland school of public health Dr don Milton says we're moving toward heard resistance to cope with nineteen but not herd immunity that means inspections will continue but there is enough protection that future spikes likely won't be as disruptive as they've been Dr Milton says herd immunity doesn't apply to corona virus because antibodies developed from available vaccines or previous infection dwindled with time and as long as people still get infected in the virus can spread it will mutate creating new variants which could become better at evading vaccines for antibody protection he and others say the concept of herd immunity which did develop for the measles isn't likely to happen with cove it I'm Jackie Quinn

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"long cove" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:41 min | 7 months ago

"long cove" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Natural infection with sars cop to number one what it means for you. Well let's see it says may become very unwell with cove nineteen. I guess if you believe. That's there certainly possible. Potential and by the way remember though that the vast vast vast majority of the population is it less risk than the flu. fact it's backed up by the stats backed up by oxford calculators. Back by anywhere. You wanna look if you break it up by age which they won't do on. This side of the argument is his potential to develop long term complications. Long cove it. Well the first thing. I've seen that actually even gives a possible into that is a single point out in a second so simply argument. I guess if you want to argue as long cove it even though. I don't ever think we've talked about long anything before two years but open the possibility that that's there and it does simply argue as i said from the video showed before based on what he's pointing out. It actually seems to suggest that this could be something. That was very clearly manipulated. And that's why it's having this effect but another conversation but it says can spread virus to others right so you have an infection. Obviously that they're saying you can spread it. Okay but vaccination it says oh no. Here's the point. They're saying immunity so you have immunity after infection. The idea that you can spread it after that is completely on is unsourced unpack back back by anything of it or seen in fact. It's backed up the opposite by studies. We're gonna show you in a second era says under vaccination significantly reduces your chance of developing covert nineteen not at all backed up by the data. The fact is that we're seeing cases. Cyrus had right now and although going to do is go well because most of them are vaccinating. Well it doesn't really reduce your chance of getting it. If if they're getting a huge portion of it doesn't induces immune response in a.

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"long cove" Discussed on Physicians On Purpose

Physicians On Purpose

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"long cove" Discussed on Physicians On Purpose

"It's great to be in a like minded group because all the groups that we sometimes access through a work or others we have to sit and explain what we do and there's different skill sets but here we don't have to explain. We look at somebody else. Other eight virtual people in our group of. What can i see you. We just look at each other. And we know what we're going through. And i should say well. All of our groups we have facilitated to let hosting as he said he's trained psychotherapists. These are trained professionals to group. Panelists to make sure that the dynamics of the group and people can extract the best benefit from that and a good example of the first groups that we ran and was actually the first of its kind in the u. k. back in september of twenty twenty was for doctors with long cove such as long covert started manifest itself. There was quite a coho of doctors that really affected by and we've actually run the second round of groups for those daughters where a lot of them have found immense support again just by being in that same environment and primarily not feeling alone again. When i try and relate back what. My brother fell and everything that we do it. The child's i. I try and triangulate to say what could have saved someone like him. What would have helped. Because that way. I know that can be meaningful going forward. So how'd you had access to that downtime to be able to talk about the impact of his word in a non-judgmental environment without fear of shame. Retribution or anything like that things might have been different. so so. that's what the primary way that we do. is we bring together groups. We don't just do that for doctors right now. We've broken out to nurses midwives and other healthcare professionals that we have a rolled out so we do various topics now. one particularly successful one is full doctors. The identify black original african origin and heritage. Because again we talked a little bit on racism and some of the stuff..

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"long cove" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"long cove" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Profession. I up a clinical and academic physiotherapist person living with long covert and founder of long kovic. Physio find that resource on twitter at long cove and physio. Let's welcome. darren. Brown david thank you. For having me darren. Thanks so much the time you were a big part in creating this briefing paper from world physiotherapy first. Congratulations on helping to create such a large comprehensive resource. My first question. Why is this so important to you to the profession of physiotherapy and to our patients simply because at the moment we do not have enough evidence to understand what constitutes sanctioned effective rehabilitation interventions specific to physical activity including exercise all sports. So what we've done is we've introduced an evidence based approach including by direct and indirect evidence about safety considerations when prescribing physical activity inventions. People haven't been hired. Revenge is full case. Thank you recommend nations but alongside burns for he safety recommendations also rationale actions on what he can do. Ingredient won't host cheats safe and effective interventions. But most importantly this has been led by coordinated by people living with and affected by crazy. Sounds great well could clinicians. Do what can clinicians do tactically and find in to take away into the clinic and utilize with their patients today. and tomorrow. your best date is understand. The full keepsake recommendations around Executive action cardiac in hammond exceptional oxygen saturation and also ultimately dysfunction an author software intolerances. We understand those four key. Safety considerations people we scribe physical activity interventions. We'll be able to provide safer regionalization for beat brigham in oakland. Last question for you right now before bringing our next guest. What more does our profession need to do to create greater involvement and meaningful engagement in persons living with infected by long-overdue. That's a really important point. Because obviously the greater involvement of being engagement people will be affected by health conditions in resources to health conditions. Leads to better outlets. So i would say help. Nations can work with the minute. This is a global issue and people that are contracting coronavirus. Come in all shapes and sizes across all aspects of society so they will be patients the his family a new ceo coming so maybe didn't since loss of june the networking and collaboration. The greatest both men are being over possession. Darren thanks so much for the time in creating this. Thanks so much for talking to us today. We're going to bring you back in. Just one moment objects on. The show is a physical therapist at the mount sinai hospital in new york and rehabilitation human performance division as well as the abilities research center. Welcome jennifer tosto mancuso jenner. Welcome to the program match for having me our agenda. We bring in to talk highlights. We're going to have you give us your four biggest takeaways from this briefing paper from world. Physio where do we start. Let's let's go with what is long cove it just a quick overview. How would you explain it excellently. So long. Kobe can be a really broad diagnosis or a broad topic to discuss. And really when we speak of long co bid. we're talking directly about any of the Long term consequences and or symptoms that are residual after an initial covid nineteen infection. And so when we think of long kobe. We're looking at symptom. Development that are within weeks not months after the initial covid nineteen infection and oftentimes those symptoms present a bit differently than the original quoted nineteenth. All right up next big takeaway here. I'm gonna throw three terms at three terms that you just give me the differences. I p first pizza. Sc s and long cove similarities. But not the same similarities. Not exactly the same. And i think as the medical community particularly when we look at the literature These different nomenclatures are going to be important. And it's really helpful. That all of us are on a unified front about the nomenclature. So when we think of p. s. post acute sequila of covert What we're talking about is any and all consequences after an initial nineteen infections so that can include individuals on who had mild or moderate symptoms. Perhaps those who are self managed at home as well as those who were in hospital systems. Potentially those were mechanically ventilated And with more longer term Symptom presentations that we oftentimes would refer to When we look at diagnoses outside of cova something. Picks post intensive care syndrome that p. a. s. c. nomenclature captures all of the above When we talk about p. a. c. s. or packs post acute covid nineteen syndrome That is terminology that is synonymous with long cova. So we're looking on as darren had just chatted about that earlier looking more specifically at some of those cardiovascular autonomic on the teague mediated presentations that are often associated with long covid so hacks and long kovin being synonymous and then pask being a more of an umbrella term. All right thanks for clearing that up. We're gonna go more similarities and differences. The difference was differences between symptom tight traded activity and graded aerobic exercise. Sometimes people use these interchangeably. Give us your your differences between the two absolutely. I think this is a really important detail to to address. And i think the world physio a briefing paper has done a really important job of providing more context and and education for physical therapists are prescribing exercise And when i say exercise i mean that really really lightly and quite differently than its normal context so when we think about post I'm sorry them. Tight traded activity or symptom titrate movement. That is currently the best practice for introduction of rehabilitation for individuals with cove and so what that entails relay taking account of the patient symptom presentation both in clinic as well as response to eighty. Elle's deals functional mobility and starting to titrate activity in response specifically to symptoms. And so this really captures is The need to be prescriptive precise and really really intentional with the exercise quote unquote or as really as more appropriate as the activities for which we prescribed when we look at great exercise being more of the traditional higher intensity Heart rate mediated exercise. prescription Were really at this point. Finding that is far too aggressive For the treatment of individuals with long cove and so the recommendation largely as to think along the lines of more of the symptoms titrate returned activity. Which can really be brought in the way that they're prescribed right our final takeaway from this up briefing paper. If a clinician listening right now what can they do to upskill themselves to help. Treat people living with long coated. What can they do.

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"long cove" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Scott Simon. Most 10% of those who survive covert 19 still have a battle ahead. What's now called Long Cove. It Symptoms include exhaustion, brain fog, stubborn loss of taste or smell. And persistent bone and muscle pain. Now. A new study in the scientific journal Nature says treatment could present another epidemic among this group. Opioid addiction. Liz a. Bow is a senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News and joins us Now, Liz. Thanks so much for being with us great to be here. What did the study reveal about opioid prescriptions for those dealing with long term covert symptoms? Yeah, Researchers were surprised that quite a few patients with long Covic are taking opioids. It was an increase above and over what other via patients were taking off about nine extra prescriptions per 1000 patients. They thought that was a small bed. Concerning increase because the general trend and opioid prescribing has been to go down. Hasn't There also been a increasing prescriptions for anxiety medications. That's right. They found an increase of 22 extra anxiety drugs called benzodiazepines these air like Valium and Xanax for every 1000 patients, and that's above and beyond what other V eight patients were taking. This paper, of course, focused on long hauler patients treated at veterans affairs facilities. Can you tell us more about the scope and for that matter, the limitations of the study? Sure, Well, this is really one of the biggest studies that I've seen it had 73,000 veterans. Who were treated at via facilities. The great thing about the V A is that it's got its own record system so they could look really carefully at exactly how much care how many hospital days what prescriptions People were taking. The limitation is, of course, that the Via serves mostly men, and that's an issue with any disease that effects, mostly women as long covert does. You spoke with lead author of the paper Doctors Ya tell Ellie what concerns him so much about this increase in opioid prescriptions? Well, the general trend and opioid prescriptions for about the past decade is that doctors were prescribing fewer. That's what they Should be doing to try to prevent overdoses. So when he saw this uptick in what appears to be the first paper to find this, he was concerned, he said. That long haulers air very sick and what we don't want is to have any reigniting of the opioid crisis. Are there alternatives? Because I must say I know every time we've done a story talking about the destructive nature of opioids we hear from people who say if you have the kind of pain I have, you would risk that not to live with that pain. Yeah, The CDC does recommend that opioids not really be used for chronic pain. Except as a last resort. They really recommend that you try physical therapy or non steroidal anti inflammatories like ibuprofen or Tylenol. You can get nerve injections. Pressure point injections there. Lots of things you can try and they'd really like you to try all of those before you try opioids. There's I wonder after all your reporting. What's your impression of Any kind of strategy for treating a wave of long Covad patients, And is it possible that to treatment becomes another epidemic? Yeah, well, they're a lot of people who say we need a strategy. People are trying a lot of things like physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy. Some the therapies used in brain rehab, such as for people who have traumatic brain injuries. They're really very low tech, high touch sorts of therapies. And can we tell how they work? You know, I talked to a long holler who developed stuttering, so she was really helped by speech therapy. Other people may have some numbness or problems moving around or loss of muscle tone. Just from being in bed in the ICU for a long time, so various kinds of physical therapy can really help them again. It's very low tech compared to the fantastic technology and other vaccines, but That's that's what we have right now. Zaboo, Senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. Richard Rivera is a community board member of the Reimagining Public Safety Collaborative in upstate New York. That's the killing of George. Florida Governor Andrew Cuomo called for municipalities to come up with ideas to change policing. It's a could created the collaborative Richard Rivera's appointment. Is controversial. 40 years ago when he was 16. He shot and killed Robert Walsh and off duty New York police officer during a failed robbery in a Queens bar. Walsh was the father of four Children. To Rivera spent 39 years in prison for his murder here under degree while incarcerated and was released on parole in 2019. He now works as an outreach coordinator of the program that assist the homeless in Tompkins County, which is where Ithaca is located. Richard Rivera joins us now from Ithaca, New York, Mr Rivera, Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. So I listen to you a lot while incarcerated. I mean, NPR is the station that we generate. Listen to. Well, Well, thank you. I don't I'm not forever that before so Um Do you understand why people Don't want to hear anything You have to say. Because of what you did? Yes, I understand that. I don't know about to say anything that would change their minds. I just know I was invited to participate, and I've tried to serve as a conduit for populations that are directly impacted by policing. Well, you know, you read Some what we used to call tabloid newspapers. You know, it's almost presented as if you were advising the governor of the state on police reforms. Ah, lot of what was reported in the New York Post. Watts factually incorrect. It wasn't a planned robbery. We ended up there at 12 o'clock at night..

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"long cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Issues as well. Again. It's great find shops dot com Thank you so much, Matt. Good job, all part of connoisseurs. Corner WBZ, Boston's news radio. It's 11 56. Hey, virals. American dogs. Sculpture is bigger and better. Let's get the story from WBC's Karen Regal Boston has its Citgo sign. The Merrimack Valley has its American dog sculpture, standing proud in a field along 4 95 self in Hey, viral exit 48. To be precise problem is someone hit it about 18 months ago, so artist deal Rodgers created a bigger and stronger 1 26 ft Court 10 Steel Dog. And so it's quite a bit bigger about 10 FT. Taller and 3 ft. Wider. Why now? Well, Rogers had time we all have time. Don't like this would be a good time. So you know, not all bad has come out of covert. We have a new giant 26 ft dollars has a book coming out on American dog. It's called Exit 48. That's where the sculpture is for. 95 self exit. 48 Karen Regal WBZ Boston's News Radio, a British opera company, is helping people recover from a condition called Long Cove, it that breathlessness and anxiety often caused by the pandemic. Let's find out more from CBS is Vicki Barker. She's in London. The English National Opera Susie Zampa is teaching these patients to sing. I'm breathing in 10 and breathe. I'm breathing out. Zaius knew I felt leaked beforehand. And this was that light that I needed. I'm breathing in eight. It was far from my mind that singing was going to be my savior, Dr. Sarah Elkin. I really think this is helping people to get better. Quicker. The pilot program has been so successful. It's been And rolled out to 1000 long covert patients across the UK Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London It's 11 58 coming up next for you at noon. Details in the winter Storm and major one headed our way early next week. And of course, you.

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"long cove" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on WGN Radio

"James and Bobby. Purify. Help yourself all of my loving 1968 on Bell got to number 31 on the R and B charts or made a number. 94 on the pop charts is actually a cover of a J and the techniques flip side of a record that wasn't a big hit, and I'll look for it. In other words, baby making on sweet music was the side of the Jane. The techniques record. I was released in the spring of 68 now producer Jerry Ross, along with Scott English, You'll remember him a wrote Mandy for well probably don't want to say that very mad alot but also biggest Pittsburgh oldie of all time high on a hill hard to believe he wrote that and sang it as well. All those marked market wrote. That would help yourself all of my loving well, why'd I play the James and Bobby Purify version Because sadly, James Purified, died last Friday in the city in which she was born and raised Pensacola 76 years old and said to be complications of covert 19. James, Of course, with James Lee Purify Bobby was his cousin, Robert Lee Dickie, but somehow purify and Vicky didn't make it. So it became James and Bobby Purify. Bobby left the duel and 71 went back home to Tallahassee had health problems but make part of while sadly, didn't I do about 10 years ago? I mean, sadly, that he died glad that he lasted obviously, But James was a solo act for a while until I'm your puppet co writer Dan Penn introduced to prevent more who became Bobby and they toward for years. But now what? James and Bobby purify both no longer with us, and that was that was said to read so 888876559 threes, 88 88 r o l l Y e. And we're talking about absolutely nothing of consequence. Which which, of course begs the tabloids, which I just realized, you know, I ever ever we got by them slime from the checkout line, so I can I can read. I can pay for them and you don't have to and hard to believe. But yes, we've had requests for some of these stories happy to do it, But I just realized what I could do with the old tabloids. And that's your Monday night. We have money, not trivia. We're always looking for for for for prizes. In addition, of course, to the to the ever cherished certificate you get and I think we'll said we have DVDs and things like that, doesn't it? But I think we'll start sending how tabloids I know that may make you never play trivia again. But just just in case we have we have several from which to choose. And all the stories in the world. So this begs begs you to call me right about now to stop this nonsense at 8888765593. 88 88 r o l l y e all right now Interesting. Lee. There's you probably heard about Long Cove it and of course, hopefully you never get it at all. And if you do, hopefully recover. And of course you'd think. Well, that's the end of your woes. But apparently for many people, it is very hard to get back to normal or what passes for normal. Or at some point you feel good right away, but it's some point down the road, you start to feel truly lousy and what's starting to happen for a lot of people? Those who still have jobs? Is they've used up all their sick dates, the number of sick days not adequate for what they're what they're facing, and I can. I can see that big time actually, because when you start to read about individuals who have In many cases come down with mild cases of covert. In fact, it seems to happen that way more often than not people who just don't no, no, no real big deal after they have quote unquote recovered. Start to have problems where literally 10 months later, they're still in trouble. And so you've got several people, and there's anecdotal evidence like an emergency room nurse who literally had to had to give up the job because the long term systems were keeping her out of the workplace. And she has to switch to a desk desk job, and they said nothing doing so. Ultimately, she went out on short term disability, but short term disability is just that short term. So you've got a number of people who are finding out that the side effects from having had covert are actually more dill it areas to them than than the disease itself. Now, on the one hand, the long haulers who certainly have haven't issue here have nothing to complain about compared to people who have lost their lives that have been on ventilators. But Nonetheless, I don't think there's anything going on that's taking into an account that individuals who have had covert may not be able to return to work and then for some employers, of course, who can't return to offering jobs. That that's a non issue, but for unfortunately, but for people who do have have jobs, they're very often not in a position where they can say to a worker. Sure, take nine months off. So what do you do? And I don't think that's been visitors yet. So 8888765593 is 88 88 r o l l Y et. And that takes us to Leah in Marcus Hook. Oh, bless you for calling Leah. How's it going tonight? Hi, Rollie. How are you? Alright, what's happening? Well, I'm not as a Sunday I'm another year older and as of today, Albert is another year older, so well, happy, happy, happy. That's very exciting. Thank you. Not exciting, Just older. Believe me, you'll hit that point where you won't even mention it to anybody, And I relate to that, too. But at this point, it's still a happy thing. And you did make it through another year and 2020 which really you deserve a badge or a medal. Yeah, definitely. When is your birthday? By the way it's in December. December. 1. It's around Christmas time. 24. No, We're not going to go there somewhere around there. Okay? Yeah, right. And there's no year involved and I remained $39 and keep him here. I would never do that. But, yeah, I don't even like to think of the day. Okay, well, our anniversary's on December 21st winter solstice. That's perfect. That was Fourth year back together again, so congratulations. That's a perfect day to do that. I know within that night. Yeah, It's just shortest day of the year so long that night. That's right. That wasn't lost on me. Yeah, And I was distressed to turn on your cell tonight and hear myself cackling on the radio 00. You're listening to the replay. Will you cackle lovely. Oh, thank you. I'm get get you. Are you gonna get an aquarium? Now that I sent you that article about how lowers your blood pressure? I doubt it. I have tried fish before. In fact, I've how I've tried fish on a number of occasions. I remember even as a child. I tried fish. And when one guppy athe other guppy, my mother just rained the aquarium. That was my start with it. Then then I got involved with Siamese fighting fish is And of course, you can't keep them together because they fight. But if you put them in front of a mirror there kind of interesting, But they don't last either. Then why was it billboard? Someone gave me two very large fish in an aquarium for pretty much the reasons you're saying they thought it would be comma tive. And sadly, I named them my name Then Paul, Andrew and and Paul, eight Drew. And so that was, you know, And they were big too. So I had happened while I was on vacation Truth we've actually no right and they didn't know how to tell me, you know, And I said, Well, remember the fish? I said that doesn't sound.

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"long cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Past the hour. We go talk how to make money out of East sports. Okay, we'll start by telling you what the sports are. I didn't know. Andre. Also, we've got the sport on the business and the business of closing borders. How good borders are at tamping down on covert infections. If you close the borders is it automatically one of the strongest things you can use to fight the virus? But we're gonna talk about migration now and the thousands of migrants who are trying to walk thousands of miles north From Honduras to the U. S border with Mexico. It's the latest so called caravan hoping for more generous migration policy. When they arrived from a new Biden administration, the caravan has actually been stopped much, much earlier, much further south by Guatemalan soldiers. Using pretty strong tactics, teargas roadblocks. I've been speaking about the situation of the migrants with Ariel Ruiz, who was a policy analyst at the Migration Policy Institute in California. That's where he's based on together, asking if the timing of this caravan was in any way related to the change in U. S administration. Some of the members participate in the caravan know that the immigration is coming up in United States and see the bite administration as one that is more open to try to allow a cell implications to be heard and entered in the states, however, for the vast majority of the migrants that are in the part of the caravan, the circumstances have just gone to the level that has forced him to leave the country. You've heard about the hurricanes that occurred in the dress and Guatemala and you've heard about the On their very negative impacts of coveting and under is some poverty increasing that really have been propelling migrants to leave the country. So for many of them, it is a matter of the intersection of factors. But for some, surely they will leave and hope that the bite administration upon its immigration will be more welcoming of migrants than the previous administration of President Trump. How much hope can they be leaving in Because so, so much of the moment, the story is how they're being pushed back by Security forces. So every frontier is a challenge. But also is there a great deal of success in previous caravans to inspire them or not? They are relying on an idea that the governments of each of the region's we're going to see their rationale for coming to the country meaningful in poverty, violence, most cases But the latest example we saw the caravans was in October 2020 when a similar cabin from endures, tried to enter Guatemala and was abruptly the pain and returned in majority to Honduras. If this crane cabin were actually to succeed in making it to the water, my like Mexico border, I highly suspect that the Mexican authorities are going to prevent the vast majority in tow entreaty to enter the country and therefore very few of them actually will, in the end, make it to the US Mexico border. Where they can have a chance to seek asylum. Aerial Ruiz at the migration Policy Institute in California This is news day coming up to 17 minutes past the hour. We're talking East sports and big money in about 10, Minutes time, but first proper sports without Ross, How do you not know how East forces in 2021 kind of do? But I prefer to prioritize the proper support the one that plays in the real world. Well, yeah, but how Okay, I would say the East bolts and spools of both sports just different types. If dance is a sport, he sports is a sport. So don't start me on dance. Anyway. Gone, Start the sports, All right, that's not with football, which we agree. Is a sport Pierre Emerick, a balmy and scoring on his 4th and 5th Premier league goals off the season was Arsenal beat Newcastle three mil to move back into the top half off the table. Well message Virgil remains on Arsenal player Officially he has landed in Turkey ahead of his medical Fenerbahce. There is no, however, official word from either club on that move yet. Champions. Morocco began the defense off their African Nations championship title with the one nil win over Tokyo as groups see of that tournament solely for the country's domestic based players got underway in Douala. The East African clash between Rwanda and you can be in the same group ended goalless. The Washington Wizards have 1/5 straight NBA match called off. That's because of coronavirus in their camp. Six players have tested positive. Was its Can't field. The minimum scored off eight as a result and in cycling Chris Froome says the idea of winning 1/5 total France title is all the motivation. He needs to make sure he gets back to his best. The Nairobi born British writer Going to ride for the Israel startup nation team this season, having recovered from multiple fractures he suffered in a horror crash two years ago thanks to help more sport throughout the program. Yes. On East sports on the way we will all be educated. Let's talk business news now. Andrew Wood is joining us live from the BBC's business desk in Hong Kong. Now, Andrew Shortages of key parts we're talking about this earlier mean carmakers are having problems in producing Vehicles. It's not wheels or steering wheels. Gearbox is in short supply its computer chips, and it's this down to the to the pandemic again. It is and actually partly because of a rise in things like well East sports because during the pandemic sails off mobile phones of pads on also especially of computer games have surged. Now they use silicon chips. There aren't that many companies that make silicon chips so there's enormous demand there. The silicon chip makers themselves have you know their own issues about production during coronavirus? And of course, cars now are here. They're not just mechanical things. They are increasingly computers on wheels. You need silicon chips to things like just something like operate the entertainment system. Increasingly is with cars have things like, you know, Radar lied are you know they need to monitor how the how the engine is performing, and so on. They have more and more computer chips. I think, as one statistic I read recently was that the average car now has so many computers in it that the software that's needed to run all those computers is about 100 million lines long. So it gives you an idea how complicated computers are cars are on so companies out the latest one. I think he's out. It's saying that is going to make to 10,000 fewer cars in the first three months of this year because it can't get enough of these computer chips. On. So we know why they can't get enough. What? Why their supply problems? Is it simply not enough people to make them because of the pandemic Has people are getting ill Or is it getting them into certain territories? What's going on? There is a problem that sometimes these chips are specialized, and so there are very few places that will make them on. I mean some of these companies, the chip makers are prioritizing Maura, lucrative and easier to easier to supply contracts now. So that's why and we're talking about probably 6 to 9 months before some people in the industry is saying before things return to normal against, that's an awful lot of cars that won't be made on won't be sold, and I'm a sex thing back to reality. There. They reckon that they're gonna have to put 10,000 workers on furlough. Because of this short your computer ships mean they can't make enough cars. Andrew for now, Thank you on our business desk in Hong Kong. Now let's talk more about covert the pandemic. We were talking earlier about Long Cove it let's talk about not so much the disease itself, but the measures to try to control it. Australia says it may not reopen its borders fully this year 2021. That's what the head of the health Department said in an interview out throughout the pandemic. And right now many countries have bean shutting borders or at least restricting entry to borders to prevent the spread of the virus. But does it actually have as big A nif effect is intuitively you think it might do? A professor Mark Object of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has been looking at this issue specifically.

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"long cove" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Georgia's runoff decides control of the U. S Senate, and that has the nation focused on our state is the polls are open today. Michelle right in Cobb County. After Russia folks in a long line this morning when the polls open voters here are now able to walk right in, cast their vote and then be on their way. I spoke with Cynthia, who tells me why she was here before the poll workers, then first and getting it done Get enough the way just to say I voted. It's a good feeling. She wanted to be the first in line but was thwarted by an even earlier bird. Yeah, let's have your first lead this young lady beat me here. Was second line last time second line again. Now, more than three million people have voted early, either in person, or by mail and the Atlanta Journal Constitution analysis showing large early turnout for black and young voters, which favors Democrats, WSB political analyst Bill Crane says. That makes today crucial for Republicans overcome the advantage that the Democrats have an absentee and advanced voting. Now it could be several days before we know who wins. Tonight We have 51 degrees on Peachtree Street. Mostly sunny and breezy afternoon highs around 55. Atlanta's most accurate in dependable forecast with Kirk Mellish is coming up. Attorneys for the president had to federal court in Atlanta today. Seeking to de certify George's election results before Congress meets tomorrow, the complaint alleges voter fraud The president has lost 60 election related lawsuits so far. Georgia's Kelly Leffler joining the senator's challenging the electoral college certification tomorrow. Well, scientists are forming a clearer picture of so called Long Cove it and it is not pretty. CBS is Vicki Barker has more from London. On average, each long covert patient showed some damage to nine organs, including the heart and the brain. The most common symptoms were brain fog, memory problems, shortness of breath, palpitations and speech and language problems. And many still had those symptoms six months on and there is still no single treatment or cure for Long Cove. It Pandemic has forced more than 400,000 small businesses to close their doors. Small business employs more than.

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"long cove" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For prioritizing medical workers and those most at risk. Shipped while packed and dry ice. The vaccine needs to be kept it very cold temperatures. The city says It has enough specialized freezer space to store around 1.5 million doses at any given point. James Forman. W. O. R News. FDA commissioner Dr Stephen Han is said to meet December 10th with an advisory panel concerning the recommendation of the fires of vaccines application for emergency use authorization on says he expects that process to move quickly but not at the expense of due diligence. I'm feeling pressure from the urgency of the situation and the thought that we have a significant pandemic in this country. That's where the pressure is coming from. And I totally understand, including from the president from the administration from Capitol Hill from the American public, the need for us to move expeditiously. The fires of Actually it is already received emergency use authorization in the U. K, where vaccinations are expected to begin next week. And new details today about the modern, a vaccine and the duration of protection. It remains unclear how Long Cove in 19 antibodies remain in the human body for either those who got the virus or who will get the vaccine today modern a saying in its trial that people who got its vaccine still had elevated antibodies three months after their second dose, But beyond that, it's unclear how long protection will last. Modernize, saying antibody levels seemed to fade quicker and older vaccine recipients. Overall, researchers say the results are encouraging. Alex Stone ABC NEWS The new jobs report from the Labor Department, showing that the unemployment rate fell to 6.7% in November, and the 245,000 jobs were added that jobs number shows the fifth straight monthly slow down. But analysts JJ Kinahan says there is underlying good news. We want to continue to see construction increasing, which did increase in all 27,000 jobs and manufacturing. So the real if you will engine of the economy continuing to go, and if we can keep that part healthy as we come on and off Colvin safety protocols Those other jobs will come back. A suspect is dead and several law enforcement members or injured in a shooting in the Bronx. There's more. At least two U. S. Marshals were shot in an NYPD detective injured while trying to arrest 35 old Andres Sterling. He was wanted for allegedly shooting a Massachusetts state trooper in Cape Cod last month. Shootout between authorities and sterling happen around 5 30 in the morning by an apartment building on Eli Avenue in Wakefield. Now sterling died from his wounds. Hi. I'm Scott Pringle. W o R News. The federal agents and the NYPD detective are all listed as stable. We have the forecast coming up. They cheered the loudest at your soccer games and cried with you over your first heartbreak. They held your hand walking into kindergarten and.

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"long cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Building trust in a vaccine with Angela Rasmussen, virologist and affiliate at the Georgetown Center for Global Health, Science and Security, also with us is Jeb in West associate professor at the Information School at the University of Washington. He's also the director of the Center for an informed public. Nonpartisan think tank that focuses on miss information. Let's get to some more of your questions. Hi, I'm Carrie from Oklahoma. My question about the vaccine would be hasn't been tested on people who have already had coded and to my daughter is a long hauler. Is there any long term effects? Because we have seen these weird long effects from people who already had Cove it or Long, Corbett. We know Dr Anthony Fauci has been encouraging folks who've already had Cove it to get vaccinated anyway. What do your thoughts Angela? I agree with Dr Fauci on that. I think that you know, there may well be some participants in the trials who did have Cove it before, But I don't think that that's known, and we certainly haven't seen the data. Two to know that within with any sort of detail, so I agree with that, in terms of Long Cove it I think the vaccines are very unlikely to result in something that resembles long covitz. So long Cove it we don't know that much about it in terms of its pathogenesis, or the process by which that disease arises. But it's likely due to either direct damage caused by the viral infection itself, or in a barren immune response that is mounted to the virus. Or perhaps a combination of both of those things, vaccines and these vaccines. In particular, these M R Any vaccines have no viral infection associate with them whatsoever the way that they work. Is you put the M R. Renee into yourselves yourselves will then make the spike protein that's on the surface of the virus. Particle and your immune system will respond to that. There's no infection anywhere in there, so there's no opportunity for a virus to cause damage or for the immune system to react in an apparent way, So I think that the risk of long Covad from a vaccine is minimal. That said, We do need to continue conducting safety studies over time. To make sure there aren't any long term effects. What have we seen as far as short term effects? So short term effects. These vaccines so far have a fairly acceptable safety profile, at least judging by the press releases, and this is a problem that has plagued US release from the beginning of this pandemic in that companies or scientists are releasing their data via a press release, So you can't really examine all of the data and that applies for the safety data for these vaccines. But from what most of the sources I've been reading say, including some of the trial participants themselves sharing their experiences. It sounds like these have pretty typical vaccine side effects s O fever, transient fever, my algebra, body aches, pain at the injection site, fatigue and headache. Among others, But these may be worse than a flu shot..

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"long cove" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KPCC

"Building trust in a vaccine with Angela Rasmussen, virologist and affiliate at the Georgetown Center for Global Health, Science and Security, also with us is Jeb in West associate professor at the Information School at the University of Washington. He's also the director of the Center for an Informed Public, a nonpartisan think tank that focuses on miss information. Let's get to some more of your questions. Hi, I'm Carrie from Oklahoma. My question about the vaccine would be hasn't been tested on people who have already had coded and to my daughter is a long hauler. Is there any long term effects? Because we have seen these weird long effects from people who already had Cove it or long covet. We know Dr. Anthony Fauci has been encouraging folks who've already had Cove it to get vaccinated anyway. What do your thoughts Angela? I agree with Dr Fauci on that. I think that you know, there may well be some participants in the trials who did have Cove it before, But I don't think that that's known, and we certainly haven't seen the data to to know that with with any sort of detail. Um, So I agree with that, and in terms of Long Cove it I think the vaccines are very unlikely to result in something that resembles Long Cove it so Long Cove it We don't know that much about it in terms of its pathogenesis, or the process by which that disease arises. But it's likely due to either direct damage caused by the viral infection itself, or in a barren immune response that is mounted to the virus. Or perhaps a combination of both of those things, vaccines and these vaccines. In particular, these M R Any vaccines have no viral infection associate with them whatsoever. The way that they work is you put the M RNA into yourselves yourselves will then make the spike protein that's on the surface of the virus, particle and your immune system will risk Onto that there's no infection anywhere in there, so there's no opportunity for a virus to cause damage or for the immune system to react in an apparent way, So I think that the risk of Long Cove ID from a vaccine is minimal. That said, We do need to continue conducting safety studies over time. To make sure there aren't any long term effects. What have we seen as far as short term effects? So short term effects. These vaccines so far have a fairly acceptable safety profile, at least judging by the press releases, and this is a problem that has plagued US release from the beginning of this pandemic in that companies or scientists are releasing their data via a press release, So you can't really examine all of the data and that applies for the safety data for these vaccines. But from what most of the sources I've been reading say, including some of the trial participants themselves sharing their experiences. It sounds like these have pretty typical vaccine side effects s O fever, transient fever, My alger body aches, pain at the injection site, fatigue and headache. Among others, But these may be worse than a flu shot. And so this is why it would actually be great to have more of the safety data so that scientists like myself, can begin communicating to people what they should expect when they do get the vaccine. Well, speaking of communication, here's a tweet from Hillary, she says. Can you discuss communicating uncertainty and science? I hear people saying until it's 100% certain it's safe. I'm not taking a vaccine. Scientists rarely have 100% certainty in anything, but that doesn't mean the conclusion of safety is wrong. Hillary have a point. Hillary does have a point. And personally I think one of the most difficult things for me to communicate with the public is how uncertain the scientific enterprises there is very, very rarely completely settled Science on anything on DSA people need to understand that while science may not have a 100%, Yes, absolutely. This happens all the time. Kind of answer. We? We can say things with relative certainty, and I think that's how many scientists communicate. The real challenge is trying to do that in a way that's not confusing for people and that doesn't leave. A lot of space is open for some of the anti vaxxers that Kevin was talking about. T get into that space and make hay from it. Seven many people who are hesitant about getting vaccinated. Genuinely want to do what is best for their health, but they're just afraid. How do you calm that fear went when social media companies profit from stoking it. Well, and I think that's a really, really important point that we see and having conversations with these groups. In fact, we just hired a postdoctoral scholar who spent her entire time her name's Kalina cult during her PhD living and working with these people online because he was an ethnographer online and one of the things that she really, really came from. Doing that kind of work is that you know, these are mother's. These are you know, friends and neighbors that people that really care about their health and their family and so at the core of this is just peoples. You know desire to get to proper information. But Hilary's comment that just came on was just various students that this uncertainty that scientists talk about and we have this. These different ways of talking about uncertainty in science isn't always translated to the public, because if they don't hear that 100% certainty they'll look to someone that will give them 100% certain. Certainty on a Facebook conversation or on Twitter wherever they get information online, And so that's what we're contending with. We're contending with scientists that are trained To deal with uncertainty, and we have methods and ways of talking about that. But the public doesn't have that kind of training or that kind of comfort with uncertainty. So it's during those times that the groups will sweep in and provide those answers. In fact, there's conferences that are devoted to anti vaccination and you go there and you hear all sorts of certain you virtually go there now in our postdoctoral scholar visits these You hear certainty and those organs, But you also hear references to quote unquote science. But these are typically from or Predatory or non peer reviewed journals. That really aren't science. Well, Angela. Here's an email from Jacob, he writes. I will not be getting the first round of covert vaccines because I have high risk health issues and have been essentially self quarantining with my family since mid February. I feel that the vaccines are being rushed due to political and social pressure and mistakes are probably going to be made. We hear that one a lot. Angela. How legitimate is this concern? So it's legitimate, but it's also not legitimate..

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"long cove" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The Buck Sexton Show everybody. Yes, Thanksgiving is just a day away. And you are to be very afraid. You are to be terrified. You're not supposed to see family members stay at home. If you don't do this, the people in charge or telling you You don't care about your loved ones. This is quite a period in our history, isn't it never really thought that we'd reach a point where the government would have to be told that they can't tell you to do absolutely anything that there are some limits. As they set up checkpoints and enforce testing and have these rolling lockdowns and on the spot quarantines. This stuff is completely nuts, Friends. And I understand the death right now is high from Cove it I understand that there's a spike in cases we've been getting ready for this for months. We've known that there was this possibility. How many times have you heard about The so called second wave. Mother telling you to sacrifice Thanksgiving. Why Just Thanksgiving. Notice that this is their latest thing. If it's the this is the panic of the moment, let's give up this one day. Thanksgiving is now 15 days to slow the spread, but it's just one day. We're going into a winter here where it's going to be months of this ever needs to understand there's going to be at least At least 90 days here where there's there's not enough of the vaccine out there even if it gets distributed December to really control the control the virus in a meaningful way. And so it's not It's not really about just one day. It's about many days. It's about they're going to say it this one time because when you don't do what they tell you, They're going to. They're going to tell you that it Z your fault, And that's why there's these cases. It could have all gone away. But you didn't listen to Fauci when it came to Thanksgiving travel. You've got 6.3 million Americans that are currently flying 48 million. Driving in cars, 350,000 estimated to be traveling by train for the holidays. So yes, there's there's transit all all over the country that is going on right now. The cases have been spiking for weeks and weeks work. We're ahead of Thanksgiving and the cases were going nowhere but up despite the lockdown despite the mass mandates, despite the fact that we're doing more testing than ever before, remember when if we just were testing Mauritz was all Trump's fault that we did more testing. Everything would have been so much better, and I kept saying What is testing your than give you a sense of whether you yourself are sick at a point in time first, while testing is not perfect, as you know, but beyond that, It doesn't stop the virus from spreading. It's not. Oh, we tested this person. We got it. That was back in the old test in trace days when they were going to find out everyone who has coded and everyone they've talked to, and quarantine all of them and think about the delusions of control that go into that. Think about this prospect that the government was going to be able to track what? Hundreds of thousands of people every physical contact they have. And once they've tracked them. What do they do then? Tell everybody Don't go out. Don't go to the store. Don't see anyone. You're gonna quarantine too. It doesn't work. It's not working. I mean, am I saying anything that's not self evident. Is there anything here that I'm seeing that everyone else is not seen? And you think that it would be done after Thanksgiving? You think that when we got to Christmas, they'd say You know what? Take take precautions. This virus is going to spread. We can't stop it. But enjoy your Christmas. Enjoy your Hanukkah. Enjoy the holidays. You think they'd say that? No, Of course not. This is what I mean by its 15 days to slow the spread all over again, except the one day is Thanksgiving. It's this one time. That's what they're pretending. At least we know that's not true. We know that next week, there's still gonna be saying where that mask and don't go anywhere and don't see anyone. You can't run a society this way. All right, The little the little petty totalitarians that think that they could just give orders and dictates and the people are all going to obey. There aren't enough cops. There aren't enough agents of the state public health bureaucrats. They can't do this. Even if they wanted to. Because human behavior is not going to entirely change. We're not going to freeze society in place. I know they like that term or than lockdown now because lockdown does bring up ideas of prison because that's where the term comes from than people realize that that's Something you do to punish people right? So we're all being punished because there's an aerosolized virus that 9 999 people out of 1000 who get will survive. That's where we are. Now I understand that still means the country 330 million people. There are a lot of folks out there who are at risk from this, but they're going to be at risk. No matter what the government says. No matter what Fauci says this. This is the part. That they won't tell you. This is the part that they won't discuss out loud. They pretend Oh, don't worry. We've got this. This is the illusion of state control. They cannot protect you from this. It is most likely an individual's will get this from a family member on that family member may get it completely innocuously by just going about their lives and being around other human beings. You cannot be fully protected from this. You know what's really important to protect yourself, actually, and they never discussed this. Although it does appear in some of the very Boilerplate health propaganda. I seen the posters at the office. I'm going to an office every day. I'm around people. Yes, I mean, I mean cars. I'm You know, going to places where there are other human beings, and there is the possibility that I could get sick. I understand that, And there's no guarantee that if I get sick, I'll beat it or that I won't have Long cove it or whatever. They're calling it now. When it extends. I get all this. I'm not going to hide in my room until until Dr Fauci tells me that it's safe to come out. I'm not going to do that. There is no perfect. Safety from a virus just like there's no perfect security. When we were all concerned about terrorism in the wake of 9 11, Remember that? You're seeing some similar themes play out here. The government Taking more and more power into its hands and yes, violating the constitution, doing things that should not be able to do. We were scared and we face what we thought was an existentially threat. So we allowed for that overreach. But eventually you'll notice we realized it wasn't necessary and we pushed back and we got rid off some, but not certainly not all. Perhaps even Not even a majority of the government overreach that resulted from that. We understand that this is the natural inclination of a state authority. It's going to say, Do what we tell you and will make everything better. Have you felt like that's happened during this period. Are you gonna listen to the public health experts that are shutting down California Outdoor dining. Why they're just punishing people. Don't you see? That's the step they take, because what they've told the people of California to do before didn't work. So what do they do? Gautam or extreme.

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"long cove" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Corona Virus vaccination program who says the immunization of millions of Americans could begin. Within three weeks, The Ethiopian government threatens an all out military assault on the Capitol of its dissident Tigre province. We are now marching to make Aly the TPLF. The military's been talked appellate is not reduced in tow. One city government were advancing so Oh, our law enforcement measures is being wrapped up at a very rapid rate on we speak to a doctor suffering from Long Cove it the debilitating after effects of the virus. People call it to take, but it's like a fatigue I've never experienced one day I felt too weak to even speak. I was struggling to drink. It felt like every last bit of energy in my body have been sapped away. Also the Guatemalan Congress set on fire by protesters against a controversial budget. That's after the news. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. Chancellor Merkel of Germany says she's worried nothing has been done to give poor countries access to Corona virus vaccines in spite of promises of help from the world's biggest economies. She was speaking after attending the G 20 summit at which she and her fellow leaders made a commitment to the affordable and fair distribution of vaccines. Steve Jackson reports, the final statement from the G 20 leaders sounded reassuring. It would be practical and financial support, plus further debt relief to help developing nations tackle a pandemic. There was also a promise to make sure all countries had access to vaccines at prices they could afford. But the statement was short on detail. And shortly afterwards, Chancellor Merkel sounded a note of concern. It was not enough, she said. To have the money in the bank. Something actually had to be done with it. She said she would speak to the global vaccine alliance trying to help poor countries to find out when talks on distribution would you to begin? Head off the U. S government's Corona Virus Vaccine program says the first immunizations could start as early as December. The 11th doctor Moncef slowly said to vaccines from Fizer and Moderna could be officially approved by then and swiftly shipped out, and he estimated that life in the U. S. Could return to normal by May next year. But the top U. S infectious infection disease official, Dr Anthony Fauci said that would depend on the number of people who received the vaccine. There are a couple of things that go into the effectiveness of a vaccine program. Ah, highly efficacious vaccine and we're there. We have two of them that have a 95%. Efficacy. The other part of the equation is how many people get vaccinated. So if you have a highly efficacious vaccine, and on Lee, a relatively small 40 50% of the people get vaccinated. You're not going to get the herd immunity you need Ethiopia's prime minister has called on the Tigre and regional forces to surrender on his barring African Union en voice trying to mediate an end to the conflict from visiting the region. Africa editor Will Ross reports Ethiopia's prime minister, Abby Arm. It has given the forces into grise 72 hours to surrender, saying it was their last opportunity. In a statement. He also said the TPLF politicians in charge there should hand themselves over. It's not the first time he's given such an ultimatum. So far the to grow and leaders have appeared determined to fight on on have downplayed the government's reports of success. Hours earlier, a spokesman for the Ethiopian military said the plan was to surround the regional capital, Merkel a with tanks and warn civilians to expect artillery fire. The half a million people living there now face a desperately anxious few days. Are reports from northeastern Nigeria that at least six soldiers have been killed in a jihadist ambush. A military convoy was targeted near the town of bargain inborn Oh state by fighters from a Boco Haram splinter group. Listing to the latest World News from the BBC. This is W. N. Y. C in New York. Good afternoon on my own. Levinson Former New Jersey governor Chris Christie is harshly criticizing President Trump's legal team for failing to present evidence of election fraud. On in rather on ABC is this week, Christy said Those lawyers make allegations of fraud outside the courtroom and then admit to having no evidence before a judge..

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"long cove" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That, you have a wonderful life. True. I mean, In essence, the specifics but It does mean schools will continue to be shut down. You won't be able to have graduations. The Democrats are are completely devoted to all these ideas and they don't want they don't want it to change any time soon. They've created an atmosphere of fear. And now we all have to live in. It created an irrational Intolerance for any risk whatsoever, including for those who are at very low risk. I mean, when this disease was spreading in the early days in New York City, and it was we were worse hit by it than anywhere else is, you know? I was in the subway four times a day. And in the most crowded places I was in bars and restaurants. I was basically walking around begging to get covert. I didn't know it at the time. And if they would let me I would go back to most of that activity tomorrow. Knowing that I could get the disease and knowing that my immunity once I beat it, assuming I beat it, which I'm willing to roll the dice on that. Knowing that It wouldn't last forever. But I think it would last long enough that we'd be in better shape by the next time around. I have to worry about it if at all. This is where we are in the country. Right now. You can either have it by the administration that has had all these people in the media and all these left wing activists. Just constantly pushing the panic porn stuff telling us Oh, remember, there were there was ah Kawasaki Disease for kids were supposed to be so worried about that tied into Cove it this rare disorder that although there were nothing, they're all disappeared. And you know, Long Cove. It people saying that Oh, you never really get better. And then there's all the stuff I hold it in. Your lungs are always destroyed and ruined and they keep running these stories and stories and stories. Is really very little follow up to it. And what they should be doing is looking at things like severe. Does it really work? Most recent studies say no, but remember Rendez, severe, good, hydrochloric win bad That's what we were told. Ramdev severe got approved, even though Really don't do very much, and they got big trials of it now, but it's still gotta prove This is largely just driven by perception. They think it might shorten. I think in 30% of people, it may be shortened their stay in the hospital by a few days, they think, but How did they know people are just getting better anyway? It's very Very ah, skimpy evidence for Ramdev Severe being a really major, A major tool against is not a cure, but a tool against this. Probably not even as good as Tamiflu against the flu. And as somebody who's had the flu a couple times and remembers, you can take Tamiflu. But a lot of doctors will say Ah, They might get better a day or two sooner. But, you know, I wouldn't worry about it. Just get a lot of rest. Take care of yourself. You'll be okay. That's that's often the approach, but so you have you have the trump version of how we're going to deal with this, which is reopening things here. The White House press secretary killing McEnany is also laid this out that everyone's very clear on a play 15. Look, the American people have a very clear choice. When it comes to cope, You, Khun Vote on Joe Biden where you will be locked down. Your schools will be closed. Your churches will be closed. You won't have social gatherings. It will be a lock down versus President Trump or where we're safely re opening this country. Americans deserve jobs. They deserve freedom. Joe Biden's modeling his strategy, which is locked down in the basement. But this president has searched therapeutics and testing and a vaccine in record time. We can control this, but Same time we could open this country and not locked down like Joe Biden will do. Notice. The Biden plan for reopened for build back better is always listening to scientists. We're listening to a man, you know, no joke. No joke. Biden loves to say that he's got these Theseus Oh, folksy phrases that he's just honed over decades of spewing political bull crap to get elected to office and do very little once he's there. His favorite was no joke. I'm not kidding. No joke. Oh, wow, Joe. It's like you're like you've rolled up your work shirt. You're sitting next to me a little kitchen table and just telling me about the hard day's work riding Choo choo with your lunch pail, you know, Give me a break. But He's out there telling everybody Listen to the experts and wear a mask. Their only strategy is where a mask and be afraid that said they have nothing else. Listen to the experts. What the experts tell us. Avoid people and wear masks. That's what the experts there. There's always this. This pretense this make believe approach from from Biden and the media. The Democrats if Onley Trump would listen to the geniuses out there who are telling him what to do. Everything would be better. Okay. What are those geniuses saying? What is foul cheese sandwich doctor found telling you what to do. Wear a mask. Okay, We're wearing masks. We're wearing masks, viruses still surging, but we're wearing our masks. You know what they're going to say, and two or three months when there are going to be a lot more cases of this I think the death rate will be considerably lower than it was when it hit is the first time around, but there will be a lot more cases is going to say not wearing masks. Gonna ask you this question. Do you think it's ever possible to wear masks? Enough, according to people for whom? The only really respond to this virus, and the only thing.

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"long cove" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"UK Health secretary Man Hancock announced jumpin fatalities throughout the United Kingdom. Deaths have tragically doubled in the last 12 days, the situation remains perilous. And while this disease is dangerous for elaborates, especially with growing evidence of the debilitating consequences of Long Cove it we know it is especially dangerous for older people. Cases continue to rise among the over sixties who are the most likely to end up in hospital or worse. I'm very worried that the cases per 100,000 among the over sixties is 401. In the Liverpool city region, 241 in Lancashire and in greater Manchester has risen from over the past week from 171. 2 283. This is why the government has been working so hard to act now the British government giving the city of Manchester a noon deadline to agree to a tighter measures as Prime Minister, Boris Johnson struggles to impose his plan for localized restrictions on restive regions. Johnson's government has adopted a three tier system for England with areas it classified as medium high or very high virus risk. And it's not just the UK and Ireland The World Health Organization's Dr Michael Ryan says European levels of hospitalizations and death are rising in nearly 50 countries from our perspective is our European region stretches from a lot of lost up to Reykjavik. So you get a sense of the the breath we're talking here. S O about. But half of our member states within the European region have been have experienced a 50% increase in cases in the last week. And if you actually put that wouldn't hurt increase or more. That goes up two more like it two thirds. Country still clearly across the board. We're seeing large increases in cases, but we're also seeing beginning to see now is hospitalization, starting to attract us, Andi Even that's beginning to track that and certainly going back. Even a couple of months. We would have maybe had 2 to 3000 deaths. Ah! For a week. Even as much as even as watches their two months two months ago, But now we're seeing a very large increase in the number off That's per week. And it's now approaching something like 8 8.5 1000 that per week across 48 countries, So you're definitely starting to see that tracking off mortality. The question is Will it go back up to the very high levels? We sawed my chair for enough, and that's where you said there's hope, but that is not the case. Ryan says. The age of Corona virus cases in the region is skewing younger and Hospitals and doctors, of course know more about the therapies and treatments. While federal appeals courts as a British socialites testimony in a lawsuit brought over Jeffrey Epstein. Sexual abuse activities can be made public, the second Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan ruling Monday regarding 2016 depositions by just Lain Maxwell. Her lawyers had appealed the judge's ruling, too. Allow release of the documents. That judge concluded that there's presumption of public access to deposition materials. Three judge Appeals panel that heard arguments last week included Maxwell's arguments for secrecy where meritless Maxwell is slated for a trial next July on charges that she helped recruit girls for Epstein to abuse in the nineties, and she's pleaded not guilty and is being held without bail. And General Motors is expected to reveal today that it will build the catalog Lyric Electric SUV and its factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The Detroit automakers says it plans an online announcement this morning. That means Spring Hill is likely to be the company's third. Electric vehicle factory. LMC Senior Vice President Jeff Schuster said he expects GM to build other electric vehicles at Spring Hill as well. Don't forget.

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"long cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"long cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You don't need to wait for that anymore. Is this a reald deal where people are saving a lot of money? Or is this a lot of hype? You know, it's funny. I was very skeptical. Before I became indoctrinated into the crime world just like you are. And the deal's really are pretty amazing. Especially in the electronics arena. If you're looking for airpods today, I thought we were you know, $114. If you're looking for an Amazon fire stick like $29 so You know, depending on what you're looking for. There are a lot of great deals to be had. So definitely don't sleep on Friday of two days, October 13th and 14th and, you know, ultimately, the consumer is really the real winner here. So they've really shifted away from the brick and mortar. They've got the brick and mortar retail world kind of nervous. But how does it translate into like buying clothing and things were you still gotta try stuff on? How are they? How are they doing in that world? Well, it's funny. They just watch this initiative where they're trying to bring in luxury high end designers like Oscar de la Renta, and I thought that was interesting. So Amazon really slept on that because that luxury high end consumer they wanted and they want it now. And they really had an opportunity to corner that market in these Didn't they kind of slept on it? So that's a new arena for them, you know, with free returns and that sort of thing. You really can't lose out. You know who hates who likes to be in a sitting room anyway. And now you really can't you're trying to, like, go to a store and try on clothes. It's so big Lar. You got your math. You got away their social distancing. And especially some high end designer areas they quarantine. The clothing there trying on hope is not getting so It's very strange, so it's actually easier from a consumer perspective to buy clothing online right now they're trying to use a lot of a I actually artificial intelligence. To your point, Tio try to give you all the visual tools. Tio assumed the proper fit for yourself online before you get the garment. So that actually is getting better and better. A lot of sites have a lot of better fitting tools for you, but yeah, it's it's becoming easier. And there's less of a stigma now buying clothes online at Amazon, especially if you're shopping for instagram, which is quite dangerous of a lot of people. You know they're more than happy to the next day. Those boxes show up and you're like, Hey, did I order that hoop? So I like to say Don't wine and prime is my mantra. It's interesting I get. It's like Christmas because something Shows up. You forgot you even ordered. It's like getting a gift in the mail, too, if you want it for yourself. Exactly what's better than that. When you let me know you were so good at predicting, and it wasn't a fun prediction. But you predicted as covert was going on. We first talked to you about some of the retail industry. Some of the retail industry members big names that weren't going to survive. Looking at how Long Cove it's lasted. Moving toward the holiday buying season where, you know they usually get fat and happy. What do you see happening and you see the same thing happen to some of those big names? Well, it's funny. They're all trying to. I mean, if they're still around, they would spirit me. We had so many retail bankruptcies. It was absolutely insane. And so many of these, you know, cos once the way of the dinosaur, this is not going to be a super strong holiday. I think on average consumers want to spend like $540 on average for holiday. I think the Big three Amazon target WalMart will really know. Kill it. Um, I think it's going to be difficult for super high end and also just middle market retailers like a Macy's. I think they're really gonna have a tough time. But your brands like Nike Walmart Restoration hardware target of Amazon, all of those very large brands that cater to Pretty much everybody will be fine, but anything that's extremely Nicci or just kind of middle of the road. They're gonna have a problem. All right. So then last but not least, How will the election affect the retail world for the holiday buying and long term? Do you think Wow. So once the election is over, I think you're going to see personal shopping and consumer spending skyrocket. I think everyone's kind of holding their breath to see what's going to happen here. And also with this resurgence or Lack of with coded in certain areas of the country. Everyone's kind of waiting that out. So the reason why you're seeing all of the deals early and why Amazon Prime started early. Obviously related to the election. People want Teo, you know, see what's going on before they spend their dollars there a little bit worried. There's a lot of uncertainty, and there's a lot of uncertainty for retailers, so they wanted to completely pull all those retail dollars forward before the election. So it definitely is a factor. Because look what you know. There is no black Friday, November. Nobody's waiting for that. They want to get your dollars while they can. But I personally believe that after the election, you're gonna be a skyrocket in consumer spending. Kristen Banks is the president Caving advisory group. You're a great follow on Twitter at Kristen with an eye. Kristin Bentz bien. Easy, always a great follow on social media. And thanks for being on with us. Always a pleasure. Thanks, Mike. All right, that is Kristin Bentz great retail analyst and she has been right so many times. Ah, great predictor and just want to talk about this. What's going on with this prime, but I think it's pretty interesting coming up in a moment. What's going on with the voter registration deadline here in Arizona? Another fight brewing. We'll get to that in just one moment, you know, for over 65 years, Sanderson.

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"long cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"long cove" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your financial advisor your coach. Thank you so much for caring about me, but I'm going to pay off the house. Make sense, man. Appreciate someone for calling in You know, one of the biggest problems, John that I have with coaches is, you know they come from a good place. I think I really do You know what I mean? We don't know how Long Cove it's going to be really. We don't know how long this is going to be. But to tell a 36 year old who is debt free tow put I have $100,000 sitting in the same his account and still have a mortgage when he could take that same money and pay off this house In two years. I have 30,000 I'm confused, but I understand the heart. Be safe. How? How about we be wise and safe at the same time? Yeah, I think I think the ins the insecurity the unknown is making everybody grasp it. Strolls. We're all trying to grab Whatever. Control We can and And we're not going. There's no way to control your way through this. This pandemic. It's just gonna be uncomfortable. We're gonna have to deal with our Addiction. To comfort man, and part of that is You got six months in the bank. You gotta pay it off house. That's about as safe as you're going to get what I mean. It really is. It really is, But I like you know he he's a sharp young love. Oh, yeah, man. Good for you. You know you guys every day you could follow Dr D or myself on Instagram. You could follow me at Anthony O'Neill. We take our questions, and we bring them here and show given mark to our producer so we can Answer some of your questions so you can follow me at Anthony O'Neill. I G. I do ask some questions. I think we got some questions about a social question for you that came in from Chris from Facebook. Okay, he asks, I'm 14 years old and I mow lawns trying to save for a car. Should I set my price about the same or a little lower than the competition? I mean, you know, it all depends what you want to do. I mean, if you want to get sometimes they say you can work hard. You can work smart and we're car. It means you get out there and you beat your competition. So they're charging $25. You going charge $20 give them some extra stuff so you can get the work and get get it up there or You can charge a little bit more. You know what? I'm asking Charles, 30 But I'm actually going to water the grass for you to come out here and do this and do that. They're really all depends on how quickly you want to get the money. I'm going to say your age at the age of 14. I'm going to beat the competition undercut the neighborhood. That's what I would do what I'm doing. I'm beating the competition. 20 bucks 20 bucks. He's on 25. I'll do 20 if you signed today. If you say I can do it today, I'ma do it and get get you 10 15 yards. And you just kill it. I hear something too. Okay, Chris, and for anyone listening right now, especially young people When you have a financial go as far as I want to purchase a car when it purchased the house. Make sure you have a budget that you're aiming for. So just get out there and you start working and start doing things. No. Set a budget, Okay. I mean to say, $5000. Damn battery, all right to get $5000. I need to cut this amount of ours at this price, and that will get me to that goal. And so that's what you need to be doing right now. And I'll meet you undercutting everybody s so you can get to your getting Chris. Good. Good. Good. Good. Good question. I love it. This is a brand.

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