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"measles" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:48 min | 4 d ago

"measles" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"While you're out doing some shopping, some Amazon workers have walked off the job. It's time for one of Amazon's biggest shopping days of the year, where house workers in the U.S. and 40 other countries want higher wages and better working conditions in the campaign they call make Amazon pay and St. Louis the riverfront times reports workers say they're constantly monitored and written up for minor infractions and for not hitting his 70 package in our quota. They say repetitive work leads to constant injuries. Peter king, CBS News. Flu shots, COVID vaccines, it seems like we're rolling up our sleeves a lot to get jabbed. But what about the measles vaccine? CBS Skyler Henry tells us a whole lot less kids are getting that one. World Health Organization and the CDC state nearly 40 million children missed a measles vaccine dose last year. That's a record number. Measles immunization has dropped significantly since the coronavirus pandemic began. Officials say in 2021, there were some 9 million cases of measles at about 128,000 deaths around the world. The former president is dealing with more legal problems, CBS Steve Dorsey on who's suing him. In gene Carroll is a longtime syndicated advice columnist and says Trump raped her in a dressing room at a luxury Manhattan department store in the mid 1990s. The latest suit is under a new New York law for adults alleging sexual assault. She's also suing him for defamation after he caught her claims, quote, totally false. NATO is determined to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia for as long as it takes. Secretary general Jens Stoltenberg. Several months are horrific attacks against civilians, residential areas, critical civilian infrastructure. He's urging countries to keep providing air defense systems and weapons to Ukraine. And lots of World Cup soccer today or football, the U.S. plays England 2 p.m. eastern. This is CBS News. Dell Technologies Black Friday starts now with up to 50% off select business PCs powered by 12th chant Intel core processors call 8 7 7 ask Dell. Chicago's news traffic and weather station, news radio one O 5 9 and W VM news radio dot com. Hit 6 O three on Friday, November 25th, good morning. I'm Jim Goodison for Cisco and my right now. It's 35 at O'Hare under clear skies, AccuWeather says we're going to have a mostly sunny high of 54 today. We'll get more details in the AccuWeather 5 day forecast coming up at 6 15. Our top local story on news radio wbm, a 9 year old boy who fell through ice on a retention pond in aurora

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"measles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:32 min | 5 d ago

"measles" Discussed on WTOP

"Day last year and in 2020. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes. Millions of children here and around the world are dangerously susceptible to a growing threat from measles. It's one of the most contagious human viruses and completely preventable with vaccination. But measles vaccination has steadily declined since the start of the pandemic. The World Health Organization and the CDC says it's because a record high of nearly 40 million children missed either a first or second dose of measles vaccine last year. There were 9 million cases and a 128,000 measles deaths in 2021, the WHO and CDC call this vaccination decline a significant setback in progress toward eliminating measles worldwide. It's 6 48. And we have traffic and weather on the 8s with rob stallworth in the traffic center. New problem in college park on the inner loop between I 95 from route one college park getting the report of a vehicle fire watch your mirrors for authorities as they head to the scene there, otherwise no other problems on the beltway in Maryland as a role in prince George's and Montgomery counties, Parma Washington Parkway, northbound near powder mill road, crash was unfounded travel age are available for traveling at this point on route 50 going across the bay bridge in good shape with three lanes west and two lanes open in the eastbound direction and not running with any kind of delay at all at this time. If you're in Virginia on the inner loop between route 7 Leesburg pike in one 23, that's where we have the report of a crash along the right side to watch out for that. North and I 95, the ramp to the inner loop had the crash on the right shoulder, authorities RO one scene there, a completely on the right shoulder, traveling otherwise on I 95, you're in great shape as well as I three 95 going up to and across the 14th street bridge. If you're in the district, of course, keep in mind Pennsylvania avenue is going to be closed around freedom Plaza for the Americas turkey trot for hunger which starts and ends up freedom Plaza this morning. All those streets in between 14th street and 9th streets are going to be blocked off as well, as well as tenth and 12th streets between constitution avenue and E street. Traveling at this point on I two 95 in D.C. two 95 are in great shape, but no real issues being reported to us right now. Now open the silver line extension is connecting you to 6 new stations including dulles airport connect with more connect with metro. I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic. Storm team fours Chad Merrill, the sun is coming up on our chilly Thanksgiving Day morning. Yes it is and that sun is going to make big strides in our temperatures actually we're starting now close to 30. We're going to end up close to 60° so temperatures are going to rise about 30° today. The biggest rise in temperatures between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.. So all those going out for the turkey trot, know weather concerns whatsoever for those going out for an afternoon football game with the family right before the big Thanksgiving meal. That's when you have the warmest temperatures of the day with a high of 62°, increasing clouds, mid 40s tonight, quick round of rain, not expecting any heavy range just a couple of sprinkles, maybe a brief light shower, Friday between about 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. with highs in the upper 50s, turning breezy in the afternoon, mostly sunny beautiful upper 50s on Saturday, and a better round of rain steadier rain Sunday late in the morning through the middle part of the afternoon that could dampen the roads and allow for slow travel and the way back from the Thanksgiving holiday highs in the mid 50s, near 60 on Monday. Hey, it's 22 and elegant city 32 in leonardtown in 25 right now in culpepper. All right, waiting for that warmup. Thank you, Chad. It's brought to you by dulles glass for all your

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"measles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 5 d ago

"measles" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Council. At Bloomberg markets, our guests know where to get the answers just to put a good word in for Bloomberg, one of the few systems you can easily use to figure it out is right in front of you. Inside. Analysis. And the best from the Bloomberg terminal. The Bloomberg terminal is like a Ducati Panigale. I can extract maybe 5 to 6%. It was totally fine. I don't think you're even close. I think it's like sitting on top of a Saturn B 5. Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and met Miller, weekday mornings at ten eastern, on Bloomberg radio. Most of the victims in Tuesday's Walmart shooting in Virginia are being identified on Wednesday, the city of Chesapeake released the names of 5 of the 6 people killed, the ages ranged from 22 to 70, a 16 year old was also killed by a name was not released because that person was a minor. Police say the suspect died from what's believed to be a self inflicted gunshot wound and President Biden spoke with Virginia governor Glen youngkin today about last night's mass shooting and offered his support and federal assistance if needed. The person suspected of killing 5 and wounding several others after opening fire in a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs was in court today, the 22 year old who now says is non binary and uses they, them pronouns, was in court in a wheelchair for a virtual appearance in El Paso county, the suspect was informed of the charges and is being held on suspicion of murder. Measles is an imminent threat all over the world, a new report from the CDC and the WHO says despite the 97% effective vaccine that's been available for decades, many children miss their shots during the COVID pandemic. I'm Chris Karachi. And I'm Doug Krishna Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets a consortium led by Japan industrial partners is said to be considering lowering its offer for toshiba corporation from about 16 billion. However, we are told these discussions are still ongoing, no final decision has been made, some members of the consortium have become a little hesitant apparently about the proposed valuation for the company at 16 billion. Earlier today, the bank of Korea returned to its usual pace of policy tightening and raised its 7 day repurchase rate by a quarter .25 basis points. It's now at three and a quarter percent. This has ignited a rally in the Korean won against the dollar stronger now by one and a half percent in the equity market in sold the Cosby is rising by more than a half of 1%. During the U.S. session we had minutes from the last fed meeting, they are dovish and they indicate the fed is aiming to soon moderate the pace of those fed rate hikes to mitigate the risk of over tightening, as of last month, officials were leaning toward downshifting to a 50 basis point rate hike. In another revelation, fed staff told fed officials the risk of recession has grown to nearly 50 50. We had a move lower in US Treasury yields across the curve, no trading in U.S. sovereign debt in the Tokyo session, given the Thanksgiving Day holiday in the states. Amazon is planning to spend more than a $1 billion to produce movies that it will release in theaters. We are told the company is aiming to make between 12 and 15 movies annually that will then get a theatrical release. Amazon shares were up 1% in the U.S. session. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg, in Tokyo, the nikkei up 1.2% in Hong Kong, the hang sang higher by two tenths of 1%, Shanghai composite down two tenths of 1%, the ASX 200 higher by three tenths of 1%. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law with June brasso from Bloomberg radio. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, who claimed her company could detect diseases with just a few drops of blood was sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for defrauding investors. Holmes built her blood testing startup into a $9 billion company that collapsed in scandal. Before the judge handed down the sentence, Holmes cried as she apologized to victims and investors saying she took full responsibility for theranos. However, she did not admit to committing any crimes. My guest is Ann Coughlin, a professor at the University of Virginia law school who specializes in feminist jurisprudence. This seems like a tough sentence the sentencing guidelines max was up to 20 years. The probation office recommended 9, the prosecutors asked for 15 and Holmes lawyer asked for 18 months of house arrest, does this seem on the top side? Well, I certainly thought it seemed tough when I read the sentence, 11 years is a really significant chunk of anyone's life. I think it's very common to see the different parties, the two sides, the probation office, and then the judge landing in different places. One thing that strikes me about the case, of course, is she elected to go to trial. So we would have seen a more lenient sentence to come out of a plea bargaining situation, presumably. But once she made the decision that she was going to go all in and say that she was not responsible for this conduct or that she lacked the men's Rea. She had a couple of different kinds of claims going for her. She decides she's going to go to trial. If she loses, then of course, the sentencing, any kind of sentencing leniency that she would expect is gone. So I guess as we're speaking, I'm not that surprised. The judge knows her, he sat through an entire trial. He's also sat through sunny balwani trial, and he said that Holmes refusal to accept responsibility for the fraud counted against her in his sentencing decision, and even at the sentencing, when she spoke, she said she had tried to realize the dream too quickly and do too many things at once, so she never accepted her guilt. No, she never did, and that's very striking. I mean, that seems to have been her MO from the very beginning of the lodging of the accusations against her. You know, again, it's hard to get inside her mind, maybe she herself feels as though she didn't do anything wrong. But the judge, as you said, was deeply familiar with the evidence in her case and in balwani case and was able to point, I take it to very substantial indeed proof beyond a reasonable doubt that she

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"measles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:26 min | 6 d ago

"measles" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Inside the hospital and told a police officer they were being threatened both verbally and physically. He arrested the guy who reportedly chopped down on another cop's arm while being processed. Hidalgo who lives in Queens is charged with assault, harassment, and endangering the welfare of a child. For 77 WABC news, I'm Frank Diaz. WWC news time 8 O three sports in your full forecast coming up. Well, measles is an imminent threat all over the world, a new report from the CDC and World Health Organization says despite the 97% effective vaccine that's been available for decades, many children miss their shots during the COVID-19 van der the COVID pandemic. It says close to 40 million children last year alone, mister dose of the measles vaccine. Batara, the water of the way of water is projected to make between a 150 and $170 million in its opening weekend at the domestic bachelor. At the box office, the film's director James Cameron recently said it needs to be near the top three highest grossing films of all time to be profitable. The original avatar made over $2.9 billion in its initial theatrical run. WBC news time 8 O three sports and your full forecast coming up next. Listen to this podcast now on the red Apple podcast network. One tough podcast with bodeo. She's out there talking about freaking catalytic converters are being stolen. Hey, welcome. I think I'm a little more fearful about robberies, the salt, people being beat up. And again, on the subways, I think we had 8 kill this year already, and they're not all guns. They have I think something like three was shot, the other ones were stabbed, beat. So it's not all about the gun one. It's not all about our resting, trying to find out where the gun was made. Where it came through and all that. That's a load of bull crap, 'cause all these illegal handguns on the street are being carried illegally. How about let's go after the people that are pulling the damn triggers on the guns. Let's put these criminals away because that's what it's all about. Download all of red Apple media's podcasts right now through your favorite podcast platform. When news breaks, 77 WABC news breaks in. The

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Panel votes to add COVID shots to recommended vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Panel votes to add COVID shots to recommended vaccinations

"A panel of vaccine experts has voted to add COVID shots to recommended vaccinations On Norman hall a panel of vaccine experts says COVID-19 shots should be added to the list of recommended vaccinations for kids and adults The panels unanimous decision has no immediate effect COVID-19 shots are already recommended for virtually all Americans rather it would put the shots on the annually updated formal list of what vaccinations doctors should be routinely offering to their patients alongside shots for polio measles and hepatitis The expert panel's decisions are almost always adopted by the CDC director and then sent to doctors as part of the government's advice on how to prevent disease I Norman hall

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Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King

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Ukrainian wineries eye Europe as a potential market

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Ukrainian wineries eye Europe as a potential market

"Ukrainian wineries are eyeing up Europe as a potential market to export wine The ongoing war with Russia is making production of wine difficult in Ukraine Plus factory was destroyed totally So we have problem with bottles Alice is import export manager for biologist winery in Ukraine Our wine makers can work in one yard because of the shell because of measles because of very frequent air alarms And there are fewer available workers to make wine but the ambition is still there at the London wine fare to make wine One maker is slavo grainy It's like a proud of our country Producers describe the aroma and taste of Ukrainian vintages as rich and unique because many grapes are not grown anywhere else I'm Ed

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Dale Wilcox: Illegal Aliens Are a Health Risk & Security Risk to All

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Dale Wilcox: Illegal Aliens Are a Health Risk & Security Risk to All

"So health wise, we've seen a rise in measles. We got rid of the measles in 2000. 2000 we eradicated the measles, but it's making a resurgence. It's coming back. So there's a health risk. When you have people coming across the border who aren't screened, and anyone who's been through our legal system with immigration. No, you have to go to a doctor. You have to have tests. You have to have a TV test to prove you don't have TV. Illegal aliens just come across and they're intermingling and their kids are being sent into our schools immediately. So it's a health risk. It's a national security risk. Crime is rising. And I think the one and on drugs, drugs pouring across the border. With a porous border, we've seen rises and deaths is specifically a 100,000 deaths last year because of drug overdoses. And now fentanyl, which comes as principally comes across the southern border, sentinel is the number one cause of death for people ages of 18 to 45. Number one cause of death. So everyone should be interested in this. Taxpayers. If you're just, you know, you feel that you don't live near the border. All this doesn't affect me. Well, first of all, Biden is flying those people into your backyard in midnight flight. So you should be interested. But taxpayers are getting soaked. Having to pay higher taxes to for government services to educate the illegal alien children because of a terrible Supreme Court decision many years ago that said that K through 12 education has to be free for illegal aliens. So this affects everyday Americans all taxpayers.

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Is omicron leading us closer to herd immunity against COVID?

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 9 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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The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:29 min | 11 months ago

The COVID Vaccine Causes Division, Not Immunity

"A guy wrote a comment, I know I read comments on articles that I read. It's an insight into people's thinking. So a man wrote ah yes, just another article attaching division and hatred to the vaccine. Well done tribune, pat yourself on the back. That is that true. Nobody spreads hate like the left. Among all the vaccines I have known in my life the theory of tetanus measles chickenpox hepatitis meningitis tuberculosis fluid pneumonia. I've never seen a vaccine that forced people to wear a mask and maintain their social distance even after being fully vaccinated. Good what? I'm not done. Among all the vaccines, okay, I have never witnessed the vaccine that spreads the virus, even after vaccination. Even after three shots, I've never seen widespread rewards and incentives to get vaccinated. I never saw a demonization and discrimination against those who didn't want a vaccine. I've never seen a vaccine that threatens relationships between family, colleagues and friends. I've never seen a vaccine used to threaten livelihoods or school. I've never seen a vaccine that would allow a child to override parental consent. The current vaccine does all these things. Except immunization.

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The Argument All Parents Can Use When Questioned About Vaccinating Their Children

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

The Argument All Parents Can Use When Questioned About Vaccinating Their Children

"Again, it's unity project online dot com. If you're a mom, you're a dad, you're a parent and you're concerned and you're like, what can I do about these vaccine mandates? Well, they have resources right here from scientific papers to data analysis to ethical legal and social issues, they have a toolbox, which is really great. I'm just slipping the website right now. And all about supporting science, the conversation, quick links, online petition, to downloadable letter to schools to the parent non consent form to the downloadable flyer. A lot of stuff you guys put a lot of work into this. Congratulations on that. All right. Thank you. So you are the general counsel of this effort. So parents will say, all right, I'm all on board, but then I think I have my mind changed because the argument they always use is, well, you gave your kids the measles mumps rubella vaccine, didn't you? Which is rather an insult to anyone's intelligence. Every vaccine that's currently mandated, for instance, in the state of California. And it's the same kind of throughout the nation. Has had a minimum of a decade of study. Most of them have had at least 15 years before they were mandated. And those vaccines actually eradicated the underlying viruses, like polio, like measles, like mom's rubella, which we can not say about the COVID-19 vaccine, can we? We all know that it will not prevent infection or transmission. To even call it a vaccine by that virtue is nearly a joke. In addition to that, those underlying viruses with the other vaccines had actual significant risks for the entire population, especially the pediatric population, for instance, I think there was a 30% mortality rate with measles. 10% with chickenpox. I can go on. But what's very important is the fact that those other vaccines didn't pose the severe risk that we are finding are not in fact rare. That this particular vaccine is causing in children. We are not seeing the death that we saw. In fact, there's a report from who that shows that all of the vaccines combined throughout history throughout the world. Over the last I think it's from 1968, 53 years have had a million less deaths than just this past year from the COVID-19 vaccine. That should be astounding in a scientific world where if you have 50 deaths from any particular medical treatment, that product is

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Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Zelenko on the Latest Developments With Omicron

"Doctor zelenko is here back by popular demand in the Charlie Kirk show doctor. How are you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? Very good. Thank you, and thank you for joining us. There's so much I want to get into. Let's just start with since the last time we talked, amaran has come onto the scene. What are you seeing in your patients? What do you believe on Macron is? And do you think there's anything to the argument that this might have been developed in a lab as a form of a vaccine through natural transmission? Do you think there's any truth to that? So first of all, all Macron is unstoppable. It's more infectious than measles. Everyone will get it. And it's also not dangerous. It attacks the upper airway. In most cases, it doesn't touch a lower airway. And so you'll get a cold. So it really is in dangerous. Regarding the origin of variants, you have to look at it and three possibilities. One is that it's a natural process. Let's say God is causing it because viruses have a natural mutation rate. It helps them adapt and survive. Look man figure who won the Nobel Prize. Finally HIV in 2008, doctor suffered badly who is the most published imminent immunologist in the history of the field. And that the men involved one of the top immunologists from Netherlands. They all said the following that if you vaccinate people during active pandemic, you breathe

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Omicron Variant May End Up Saving Lives, According to WSJ

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Omicron Variant May End Up Saving Lives, According to WSJ

"And from The Wall Street Journal, I'm a crime variant may end up saving lives. He said, should I try to catch the Akron variant of COVID to advance the cause of herd immunity? He says, the prudent response to a Macron might be to encourage vaccinated people and even unvaccinated young adults to catch it, while protecting the at risk population. Many people with ample and antibodies are catching this variant, but importantly, it's seldom leads to hospitalization or death. A crime takes live, so does the flu. If antibodies to the Akron variant are even 50% effective in reducing the risk of death and more lethal variants, those antibodies could save far more lives than the virus costs. Now, let me just say, we got attacked from every direction. When in the march of 2020, we said what is now considered mainstream mainstream in The Wall Street Journal. Remember, we said that all the young people should just go get sick and then go back to work. We got attacked like you wouldn't believe. In fact, we had this idea that the cruise ship industry should have been used for young people that wanted to get sick and get their own natural vaccine card and just create these cruise ships as self contained areas where if you want to get it, you can get it naturally like a chickenpox party or a measles party. We were maligned mocked from every direction. Now that's considered to be very thoughtful. And very new thinking in The Wall Street

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CDC Changes Definition of Vaccine

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:19 min | 11 months ago

CDC Changes Definition of Vaccine

"So here is from the Miami Herald. Why did the CBC change its definition of vaccine? Did you know that? Yeah. CDC is utterly corrupt utterly. There's no question that so it will be recorded historically. Social media is calling bluff on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I can't believe this is in the Miami Herald to be honest. For modifying its definition of the words vaccine and vaccination on its website, before the change, the definition of vaccination read the act of introducing a vaccine into the body to produce immunity to a specific disease. Now the word immunity has been switched to protection. Get the switch. The term vaccine also got to make over the CDC's definition changed from a product that stimulates a person's immune system to produce immunity to a specific disease, which is why I read to you. From the Internet to the current, a preparation that is used to stimulate the body's immune response against diseases. Stimulate the body. So it doesn't confer immunity. They've changed it, as I said. When you get vaccinated against smallpox, is it too minimize the effects of smallpox? You get a little smallpox, a little measles, a little chickenpox, a little polio. That was at the toll to us? Or will we protect it from it? Were we better excuse me? Immune to it. As I said at the beginning, on The Crown may be a godsend. Maybe, I don't know. I never make or rarely make predictions, but it may be, it may be a godsend. Because it's for the vast majority of people that is not serious. And yet it will confer on them natural immunity. And yet, the lockdowns around the world are continuing.

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8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 1 year ago

8 Things That Children Are More Likely to Die From Than COVID-19

"8 things that children are more likely to die from than COVID. Cancer significantly. Almost 20 times more likely vehicle accident suicide homicide. Cardiovascular disease drowning flu and pneumonia. We live in a world with numerous threats. It's part of existence. And there's also a false promise in safetyism, too. There's a false promise and you see this in the people that are vaccinated, which has always been one of my complaints about the way that they've been pushing the vaccine is it gives people a false sense of security. And no one wants to talk about this. The false sense of security of someone who gets vaccinated, and then they believe they can resume regular life, and then all of a sudden they have a breakthrough case, and they don't know what to do. They thought they had the protection. They thought they had the same sort of protection that they would get from the measles mumps rubella or polio vaccine. And all of a sudden they get a breakthrough case and they get caught by surprise. Maybe they would have made different social decisions. Maybe they wouldn't have gone to big gatherings. Maybe they would have handled things differently. Maybe they would have prepared themselves with azithromycin Ivermectin hydroxyl chloroquine, monoclonal antibody treatment centers or aspirin. Instead, there is a false sense of security that comes in with the overemphasis of we as the government we as the CDC we as NA 8 NIH we as the medical industrial elite, we're going to protect you. And what it does is it erodes what it does is it diminishes its suppresses humans own responsibility to take ownership of their actions. It's a false sense of security. When in reality, our leader should have said, look, if you want to get this vaccine fine, we're going to be very honest about what it can do what it can't do. But also, if you get it, you better be ready to treat it. We're now 70% of all deaths in the United Kingdom are vaccinated people. Why? They had a false sense of

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Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Professor Files Lawsuit Over University Vaccine Mandate

"Welcome back by friends. I'm dennis prager and a professor on todd. Zoecke z. y. W i c k by a professor of law george mason university and a fellow at the cato institute in august believe it was august. Let me see here. you wrote a piece in the The wall street journal was august professor. There why gogga's that's right down is so you wrote a about why you're not going to follow your universities. Demand that you get a vaccination for cans covert in order to be able to return to campus and you cited the fact that you had in fact cova and in fact was was when you took tests. You've had the antibodies to kovin. They stay continued to stay in your body and so you sued. george mason. Is that correct cats correct and it's okay. Yup no no you go ahead. Yeah so i so. I tried to resolve this the nice way. Then it's wages. I tried to torch mason claims to the place the respect science that Respects truth so. I reached out over the summer After i contacted by immunologists and i did a full immunity workup including an anti bodies tests. That showed that my anybody's level With comparable to somebody who had been fully vaccinated And And there's more there's more than you needed that but this is sort of a slam dunk case is this is how you measure of somebody's immune protection listens how they measure whether somebody needs a booster shot for any for any disease whether it's measles or covert or anything else And so. I reached out. And i said here's here's the evidence They blew me off. I reached out to again. And i'd attached an affidavit from my immunologist as well as to leading public Stoller sir. I'm sure you're familiar with jay body charge at stanford martin cool dorks harvard. The presenting all the evidence to show this george mason again. Just blew me off Issue their policy saying that everybody had to get back and and so i reached out to the new civil liberties alliance at that point and some ask them to represent me so we brought a lawsuit eventually george mason and they're giving the medical exemption after all this In civil and changed the rules so that wasn't being disadvantaged as much as i had so the lawsuit itself has been resolved. But now there's you know many cases now following raising the same issue as vaccine mandates of spread around the country.

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Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Rep. Chip Roy Explains Biden's Open Border Harms Both Migrants and Americants

"Are coming into this country with all kinds of diseases. The CDC just said they expect potentially Measles to become a problem again as a result of people they're bringing in from Afghanistan who weren't properly vetted. Now we have 11,000 Haitians under a bridge in your state with 10,000 more behind them. What the hell is going on here? Mark. Good to be able to show as always. I mean, look, if you set out to harm the United States of America, I don't know how you could do a better job than the bite administration is doing and eight months that they've been in power. And what's amazing is is that they've taken something and they have found a way to actually harm migrants and then harm the bury people in our country that they're supposed to protect at the same time. While pretending it somehow compassionate and we now as you just said, we have 10 or 11,000 people in Del Rio, a $10,000 way Haitians. We have their FAA being told not to allow drones so that we can have new shots being Broadcast around so people can see it. We have 4000 people in a holding facility in McAllen, where the where there's still flowing through. We have an enormous number of people. 1.4 million Mark 1.4 million Who have been apprehended. That's the entire city of Dallas that have been apprehended this year. And of those about half a million, we know have been released. Several 100,000 are known gotta ways we have at least 800,000 people in the United States because of what's been happening and divide administration not only doesn't care It's willful. It's purposeful, and they're doing it in blatant disregard of the constitutional duty to defend the United States of America, they are failing to faithful sleep faithfully execute the laws of the United States. And I believe it's not only impeachable, but that now Governor Abbott in Texas ought to take this into our own hands and do what we need to do to secure the border. The United States

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"measles" Discussed on Watts Involved

Watts Involved

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on Watts Involved

"We've we've all kind of headed by now It's not to say that you just because you're a young infant healthier that yukon contract that you're definitely gangetic everybody can contracted and that's the that's the truth. And now there's a lot of people spitting around mean at one stage on on my An unmarked timeline. And i had to have some serious words with on facebook. People were peddling certain Antibiotics that we're not really for humans and others were saying if you take xyz antibiotics. This medicine antibiotics effective in preventing end all treating covered all any medicines that we can use to prevent or treat curved so the showed onset is and the reason for that is all. I'll explain with basic biology like i said earlier. Covert is a virus and viruses or so such small organisms that antibiotics do not walk against viruses whether it is hiv all measles virus or any virus. Antibiotics do not work against Too small to kill the only way we sort of in particular cells against viruses to stop them replicating. Were getting worse. That is why we don't have a cure for hiv yet. Because it's a virus so we can cure disease what antibiotics actually work on. All bacterium's will or fungi will they. Those are much larger organisms. So the antibody can get into the buddy. Actually kill it So when i said the short on says no you can't take any anybody that is going to kill covert and you can't take anything that's going to prevent you from getting it. But we antibody sometimes play a part will play a role is once you've contracted. Covert it weakens u. immune system. You've been at risk of developing other organisms are the bacteria that could cause other other infections in the buddy. That thin might need an antibiotic but code itself cannot be treated will prevented with an antibiotic. If that makes sense it does. It does okay. So now let's move on because because we debunking stuff yeah. We've talked about microchips. They not going to happen now. One of the big ones okay. Is that the vaccines that that we're getting. And i had the fiso one the one we have to think some people have had the one dice or whatever but a lot of people are saying. Now hang on now. We not taking this. We're not going to have this vaccine because it safe. All of the normal safety protocols of been circumvented the hull ideas that they just got this thing as quickly as possible. They didn't do any of the work. And now the big businesses pushing these vaccines so they can make more money and as a result government is involved as well they push these vaccines despite any risks. Talk to me about that okay. So i think people's concern. Is that time nine. The vaccine became effective. And the the truth is that the vaccines would tasted Over a twelve months to eighteen month period which is a significant time. Beautiful with this thing in the medical in the medical field and in terms of the efficiency the entire world basically shut down when it came to cova nineteen because of the economic Problems that everybody was facing and all of the.

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"measles" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on NPR News Now

"We're going to break that record. It's a devastating loss to our economy and for so many communities mind says that climate change is affecting industry supply chains and the recent jobs. The president joined california. Governor gavin newsom that a campaign rally tonight in long beach new psomas fighting robust effort to replace him less than three years after taking office. Republicans are already raising unsubstantiated claims that the california recall vote is rigged citing the popularity of mail in ballots. Recall voting ends tomorrow in california a possible. Measles outbreak has prompted a pause on flights carrying afghan evacuees to the united states the tales from npr's lawrence the pentagon says flights of afghan refugees from us bases and cutter and germany will remain on. Hold for at least another week. While officials contend with a possible measles outbreak a small number of recently arrived. Afghans have been diagnosed with a highly contagious disease. Afghanistan has among the highest incidence of measles worldwide and the cdc says the pandemic has slowed down vaccination campaigns in many countries the us is also seeing its highest number of measles cases in decades among unvaccinated. Populations this pause is the latest complication to the airlift of more than one hundred twenty thousand afghans fleeing the taliban thousands of crowded on american bases awaiting resettlement in the us and elsewhere quil lawrence npr news. You're listening to npr news. A new study says commercial. Defense contractors reap the benefits of as much as half of the fourteen trillion dollars spent by the pentagon since nine eleven among other things the research highlights the reliance on contractors for operations in war zones including logistics and mission critical training and support. The study was released by brown university's cost of war project and the center for international policy. A federal jury in boston has heard opening statements. In the first trial.

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"measles" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on The Rubin Report

"I don't know what school you went to the school that i went to. You had to be vaccinated for measles-mumps-rubella polio or otherwise. You couldn't go to school so it is not something new to mandate vaccines for children..

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"measles" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on 790 KABC

"See my little rooms County cumulus station. U. S. Capitol. Police are recommending disciplinary action for several officers for their actions during the January 6th capital riots, according to the agency. Internal investigations revealed six violations three for conduct unbecoming an officer. One for failure to comply with directives, one for improper remarks and one for improper dissemination of information. A newly released FBI memo suggests there was Saudi involvement with the 9 11 hijackers. The Biden administration declassified FBI memo on Saturday that showed links between a suspected Saudi intelligence operative. And to Al Qaeda operatives who took part in the 9 11 hijacking plot. The memo is reportedly heavily redacted and does not offer a clear direct link between the Saudi government and the hijackers. On Friday, President Biden signed an executive order that would declassify certain documents related to the FBI's 9 11 probe. I'm Jim Forbes, a New York City church destroyed on 9 11. Has risen from the Ashes ST. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was destroyed when the twin towers collapsed September 11th 2000 and one The 80 year old House of worship has been rebuilt near one World Trade Center. And reopened this weekend as a national shrine to the memory of those who died in the attacks. An outbreak of measles is putting a temporary stop to US bound flights carrying Afghan evacuees. Press Secretary Jen Psaki described it as a limited outbreak involving a few confirmed cases of measles. The evacuees have been housed at two U. S bases in Germany and Qatar after being airlifted from Afghanistan. The U. S. Coast Guard is investigating hundreds of oil spills along the Gulf coast caused by Hurricane Ida. I'm Cameron Fairchild. It is right, ABC Talk radio 7 90 K ABC News at 10 03. I am Tom looming. Big fire because static they're calling.

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"measles" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Teligent and analysis right now says the terror threat is constantly evolving. Acting Undersecretary John Cohen tell CBS News. The biggest threats come from within this country independence inspired by foreign terror groups, very different type of threat, And it's much more difficult for law enforcement and intelligence community assets to be leveraged in order to detect those types of threats. Peter King CBS News and one of the other really big changes. 9 11 brought was a 20 year long war in Afghanistan from Where the US pulled out just days ago. And from where some Afghan refugees are now coming to the U. S. But not without problems. CBS News has obtained a bulletin from the Department of Homeland Security Warning law enforcement that evacuated Afghans resettling in America could prompt the potential uptick. In grievances by domestic extremists. Bulletin noted that since mid August suspected racially or ethnically motivated, violent extremists and white supremacists have issued vague threats against the federal government. Critical infrastructure and an organization involved in the resettlement of Afghan evacuees. CBS is Nicole's condo. And then there is this in suburban Washington warning tonight for residents in Northern Virginia about potential measles exposure that Virginia Department of Health says that three refugee traveling from Afghanistan as part of the emergency evacuation efforts were diagnosed with it. The U. S halted all US bound flights of Afghan evacuees earlier today because of the measles cases is w t. O p s Can Duffy and still on the health watch Covid 19 back on top of President Biden's agenda during a visit with the first lady to Washington, D. C. Middle school President Biden Bush mask wearing vowed to expand testing options and made this offer. Once you all get vaccinated, you're invited to a special visit at the White House. This week, the Los Angeles Unified School District became the first to mandate students, 12 and older Be vaccinated for in person learning. Skylar Henry CBS NEWS The White House Mr Biden's aggressive new push for vaccination and masking running into strong opposition from Republicans in sports at the U. S. Tennis Open. Novak Djokovic beats Alexander Zverev in the men's semi's If he wins the final, he'd have a calendar year Grand Slam of the Big Four of tennis..

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"measles" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on WTOP

"Were diagnosed with measles. Potential exposure could have happened at Dulles Airport on September 3rd through the fourth or September, 8th. The Stone Springs Hospital Center, emergency waiting room, September 6th or the eighth The Dulles Expo Center on September 4th through the eighth, go to w t o p dot com for a complete list of places, dates and times. If you've been vaccinated for measles who are protected otherwise you should contact your doctor. The US stopped all American bound flights of Afghan evacuees earlier today because of these measles cases, stay with us and as we say, go to w t o p dot com for more Now to vaccinating your kids for covid and getting them tested. D C schools may take a page out of the Los Angeles playbook and require students 12 and older to be vaccinated. It was one of the updates that came from a discussion between school leaders and the D. C council today on the council's weekly call with district leaders at large, Council member Elissa Silverman noted quote, it seems we need to take a more aggressive approach and quote in talking about the city's strategy to reach the unvaccinated. Including students, 12 and older. In response, deputy Mayor for Education Paul Kind says the district will consider and explore a comprehensive mandate that students be vaccinated. He could not offer percentage of students who are already vaccinated nor the number who have opted out of weekly covid testing at schools. City Administrator Kevin Donahue says Nearly all of the 75% of teachers reporting have gotten the shot. The mayor's requiring every DC school staff member be fully vaccinated in two weeks. Megan Cloherty w T o p News. Meantime, DCs largest charter school network has told its staff get vaccinated or be out of a job. Rocketship Public School says staff at its three elementary schools have been told to get vaccinated by October, the 29th or be considered to have voluntarily resigned. Executive director Canada's Bobo says they chose to do this because as a network of elementary schools here in the city, none of our students are eligible yet to be vaccine. Needed. She also says multiple classes have been sent home this year because an unvaccinated staff member with the illness came into close contact with students. She also says 70 to 80% of her staff are vaccinated. The Washington Post reports Monument Academy and Perry Street Preparatory also have similar mandates. D C public schools.

"measles" Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on Rap It Out

"Have planned on a been talking with my parents a tiny bit about maybe beginning it soon. And i don't know how soon soon it is but i do plan on getting at one point two. Yeah yeah. I don't think i'm going to get it now. Can you explain personally why you don't to get now. I can understand concerns of like maybe a took too Too little time to make. It was russian. I i get those insurance. Are there other reasons As well as that as to why you wouldn't want to take it. Personally i mean just like Mean that plus. I feel like I don't know i. When i was younger. I went through chickenpox in measles. You know what those are actually like. I was born at the end of the era and So when you do a little bit research and you think about how times were back then They knew everybody was going to get it and It was like a Like so say your cousin or somebody got it they. Your family like would be like i will put these people together that we can get it over with and let them and let them all and let them all get you know i. It's just weird because right now i feel like at the beginning of The pandemics and When i was born in the early eighties It was the indium of that stuff. Where like now. Nobody really gets measles and chickenpox and no they they were making that that stuff for thirty forty years before they got it right and A lot of people got sick from the stuff that they were doing in the beginning to them. And i feel like everybody. They got it for free in their volunteering themselves. They're kinda like guinea pigs to me in my opinion and i don't want to be there. I i definitely get that. I do think As technology does advance it may take quicker and quicker. But i do understand how you'd The thinking that you want to wait a little while longer and wait for it to be proved more. Wait till it's probably safer. Because i have heard. Stories of people like Getting adverse effects from taking the vaccine although it probably isn't a proven it probably just they got adverse effects after taking the scene. It's still still suspicious. Although i do think i do feel like there's there's gonna be a lot of anomalies because every person's body in every every person's different everything reacts. Everybody reacts different to everything now. Not everybody's dna is the same..

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"measles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People and business with more than 100 people, and it's not a requirement. For migrants of the southern border of life. That's correct. Go ahead. Yes, he was asking how come when we're taking it. All these migrants, it's there's no vaccine mandate. Pussies. Question was, there's a mandate on workers, not migrants. Why? Why she didn't answer the why? She just said that that's correct. Correct Date on migrants, right? That's correct. Because migrants magically don't spread the disease. I That's correct. There was special or around them. That's correct. Uh, now speaking of stupid administration, correct a bunch of losers. Uh oh. God also found out that some of the Afghan refugees who are being brought here evacuated from that country are apparently at Fort McCoy Army base in Wisconsin. And, uh oh, they've had a measles outbreak. According to reports, Afghanistan has the seventh highest number of measles cases in the world. And apparently, there's been an outbreak at this refugee camp. Of measles. Course. Measles is a highly contagious virus, coughing, sneezing. People breathing contaminated air, touching infected surfaces. Get weird sores on your Body, don't you from measles? Yes. I mean, those are the actual measles. Their little scratchy sores, right? The actual measles see crusty things. Yeah, I know. Uh, It says that because of the contagious nature McCoy is going to stop taking evacuate at this time because they need to get the vaccine to get a handle on this. However, another spokesperson, No, no, there's still accepting Afghans. We can hold 13,000 people there. You know, some? I think it was. Jim Garrity wrote a piece today in the National Review. And he said that people are not understanding There will never be an end to this, because no matter how many billions of shots have been given out already, there's billions of people who've never been vaccinated. And in the age of constant travel, there's always going to be some covid variant. Flitting around around. Yeah, yeah, and just really nothing You can do right because there's too many people and there's too much travel, so it's It's just going to go around and around and around and there's never going to be enough vaccine and some countries are never going to be Able to just be competent enough to inject the vaccine. I mean, maybe India still has hundreds of millions of people. Uh oh, that are unvaccinated. So obviously you're going to get more variants out of that right? All the unvaccinated people are going to keep passing it around and passing it around. And next thing you know, something's going to pop up. And same thing. And you know China to Chinese got a billion people. Their vaccine doesn't work. It's not as effective right now. So alright. We got more covered up. This is the rest of our lives. Jon and Kate Deborah Marquez. News escalated.

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US Bound Flights Carrying Afghans Temporarily Halted Due to Measles Cases

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

US Bound Flights Carrying Afghans Temporarily Halted Due to Measles Cases

"White house says flights carrying afghan refugees to the us have been halted after discovery of four cases of measles among people who recently arrived in the us. This as npr's michele keleman reports nineteen more us citizens from the airport in kabul in the state department says to others managed to get out overland national security council spokesperson. Emily horne says the. Us is doing intensive work to give americans clear and safe options to leave afghanistan. The state department says forty. Four americans were offered seats on the latest plane. But not all decided to go. The taliban are still not allowing charter. Flights from northern afghanistan and democratic senator richard blumenthal once the state department to do more about that time precious time. The situation of these individuals is desperate urgen. He's been working with veteran groups and activists to help several at risk afghans and some american citizens get

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"measles" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on WBUR

"To be vaccinated for measles and other critical vaccinations as a condition for entry into the United States. A week of hearings in the September 11th terrorism cases wrapping up at the U. S military court in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. These were the 1st 9 11 hearings since they were halted by the coronavirus pandemic 19 months ago, But there was little progress toward trial as NPR's Sasha Pfeiffer reports. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four co defendants were in that Guantanamo courtroom this week. So was a new judge. But the hearings ended up showcasing why the case is still dragging on 20 years after the attacks. First, the new judge was questioned about his background. Then the first hearing stopped soon after it began, so lawyers could read a new ruling and the courts still hasn't decided if evidence obtained through torture is admissible. Meanwhile, a new chief prosecutor and new chief defense counsel are about to come on board because of all that, and 9 11 trial is now expected to begin at the earliest in 2022. And skeptics increasingly wonder if a trial will ever happen. Sasha Pfeiffer, NPR news president, Biden is blasting Republican governors who are threatening to sue the administration over its new vaccine mandate. In reinforcing his commitment to keeping schools open safely this fall, the president snapback against the threat of legal challenges have at it. Look, I am so, um Disappointed. That Particularly some of Republican governors. Had been so cavalier with the health of these kids. So cavalier. Health of their communities. This is this is we're playing for real here. Biden announced sweeping new mandates on Thursday to combat the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus..

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Howard Stern to Anti-Vaxxers: ‘You Had the Cure and You Wouldn’t Take It'

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Howard Stern to Anti-Vaxxers: ‘You Had the Cure and You Wouldn’t Take It'

"Howard stern's about howard stern and that's about it and so if it if it suits him it's for him and obviously liberty isn't for him because here's what he had to say most recently this apparently was on if it was today or yesterday very very recently. The story was printed yesterday over at the hill dot com radio host howard stern blasted opponents of the cove in nineteen vaccine on tuesday stating that quote nut. Jobs are trampling on his quote freedom to live so his freedom is under attack by people like us somehow the fact that we don't want to put some sort of foreign substance into our veins is restricting howard stern's freedom he said to his listeners on his sirius. Xm program quote. When are we going to stop putting up with idiots in this country and just say it's mandatory to get vaccinated. That's so libertarian. of him. Right this is not an uncommon viewpoint by the way there have been. It's not just stern. It's other people in like newspaper editorial sections who've been calling for mandatory vaccination all the propaganda he says. I remember when i went to school. You had to get a measles vaccine. You had to get a mumps vaccine. He said and there are indeed requirements for kids to get vaccines to go to government school. That is true and that's part of what they're building all of this off like. Oh well we already had these vaccine requirements was just another one.

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"measles" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Eight seven seven three hundred one eight nine seven. How do you feel about the mass mandates. Feel so like maria a little less worried about kovic feel a little safer in school Somebody emailed earlier. That teaches preschool. And she said the little kids. The three and four year olds no problem that got the little mass on. They take him off when they're eating their snacks they often. They're eating their lunch There's no problem. And they just view it as part of their like putting on their little jacket when going out in in the in the colder weather pretty cool when you get to where batman or wonder woman on your face they do little ones little other means of self expression. I was actually thinking about that with the teacher. Probably a great lesson plan to design your own mask do that to some degree absolutely. I kind of gave up into sort of boring hospital surgical masks so we gotta edson next. And i had said. Hey guys how are you. Thank you for. Voice called several times inches show and i guess one thing that people are not paying attention to is the all little bit having been vaccinated yet masks or not. You know the reason that we didn't have an outbreak in schools at the beginning because she'll have pulled out the school very early and i an when children went back we had case in school. My my daughter's school alone have over transportation infection reported so. And i don't believe that those children Were not falling rain masters. And they're supposed to when they went back to school so the question is going to allow aaron to continue in what they're going to be doing about the little kids get with the variety they may be spreading the again allowing us to continue to mutate pirates to continue to mutate. So what are we doing to protect our little children as an talking about the kids. The kids are under five years old. I mean kids that are in preschool. Below below trump right because they haven't been vaccinated yet. Yeah well. I'm i'm confused. They're gonna have to wear mass massachusetts right. So that's what we're doing understood by the that make it. Even with the mac mandate which wide when kids came back to in classroom for the past school year. There were outbreaks in schools. As i said my my daughter's school alone they have over and and everywhere math so well. That's that's the thing. I don't get a false active security. Because they wear masks. Always protect i. Gotcha gotcha well s and thank you for the call. We're waiting now for the approval of the vaccination for kids five to eleven right and that's going to be a little while longer. You hear these different estimates when that's gonna be and then it's going to be even longer for the kids i think they're looking at above six months to five years old. That's going to be even longer but you know you get vaccines for measles measles-mumps-rubella and a lot of these other things when you're an infant even younger than six months..

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"measles" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Pearl roth on the jordan harbinger show. I would imagine that that software that runs those plants. It's all the same stuff. It's all the same version of the same stuff. It all runs on windows like you said the windows might not even be patched that sounds like they just got remote access to windows and then they use the software like you can do with screen share on zoom or any other remote software. Imagine if somebody found out how to ensure they already did find out how to remotely access the software plain and simple because they make these things easily accessible so that hey your it guy. Oh he's a consultant. He lives off site. Hey there's something weird going on with our software they give them a call. He logs in remotely in handles it. That is absolutely not secure. There's like you said there's probably one guy there just to make sure pipes exploding and they're on their ipad watching netflix and they're just looking for giant spurts of water squirting out. They're not sitting there going. Oh that's a chemical imbalance on system number seven. Let me go look at that and inspect that. They probably don't even have anybody qualified onsite to even do that any given time so that is terrifying especially because you can log in and do that two thousand small town water systems probably all at the same time or within a few hours before anybody figures out anything they can unplug the internet. I mean it's just the amount of damages massive and then. You have no idea who who did it in the first place. I mean you can point fingers but that's pretty much it. I remember reading that. In ukraine russia pushed a lot of the anti stuff. That sounds very familiar here. They tested that on. The ukrainian population said hey. The vaccine causes autism and then there was a massive measles outbreak. Or something like that. Right am i. Am i close here. Yes you're close. I mean it was really disturbing. And again i can wrap around this until i actually went to ukraine but i met with officials at the embassy and i was there to talk about cyber cyberthreat hacking threads but they didn't even have time to think about cyber threats because they were so focused on russian distant formation and ukraine. At that very moment there was this risi. Measles outbreak Had actually spread to communities in new york because some of them do this pilgrimage to ukraine. Every are but a lot of it. Ukraine has disinformation minister. Something we don't still have here in the united states. But i met with them at the time and he said yes. They tracked a lot of it down to facebook pages targeted at young ukrainian mothers where russian trolls were flooding the comment sections trying to legitimize the vaccination debate and seeding doubts among ukrainian mothers that measles vaccines caused autism or was some nation state tool of control and so a lot of young mothers weren't getting vaccinated. Meanwhile back in russia the vaccination rates were nearing one hundred percent whereas in ukraine. They were dipping below fifty. It didn't even hit me at the time because this was two thousand nineteen that a year later less than a year later we would have a global pandemic. But sure enough here. We are in the middle of this global pandemic and the biggest threat right now is vaccine hesitancy and okay. Yup some white papers or just now coming up. That are tracing a lot of disinformation related. The pfizer in madeira. No vaccines to russian troll networks. And they're playing out on facebook there playing out on social media and this is where we are now that is of course terrifying because it affects the public health of the entire country. And yeah the joke is really on us because when you look at vaccination rates russia will why are they so high. They have an oppressive government. Okay but they're obviously not doing the same type of disinformation that they are over here and of course it's using our own sort of information freedom against us and it's a whole different. Yeah probably podcast here. But i want to go back to what you mentioned before the shadow brokers hack and what this means the gravity of it. I don't think most people know what zero days are why they're valuable. Can you take us through that a little bit. Because this is one of the main reasons that we're having so many cyber attacks correct it isn't it isn't just a backup and i promise. This is the most technical part of our conversation today but what is zero day so zero day is a flaw in software that the software maker is not aware of and the day someone discovers it. That's days zero zero day because they had zero days to fix it and until they can fix that everyone who uses that software is vulnerable to hacking so just to take them most simple example. Let's say i'm a hacker. And i find a flaw in your iphones. Ios software. And i can write a program to exploit it so that flaws called zero day the program to exploit it's called zero day exploit and if i create a good program i can use it to read your tax messages. Track your location on your iphone access. Your phone calls us your camera without your knowledge record all your surround sound in conversations. Your calendar appointment. That's basically everything a spy agency could ever want or need and so there is a market where governments are not regulators governments. Our customers the. Us government is one of the top customers in this space and they will pay hackers to sell them those zero day exploits the going rate for the zero day exploit a justice -scribed in your softwares two point five million dollars. Us government brokers pay two point five million dollars to sell them that exploit with the condition that you not tell anyone about it because the minute you tell someone or the minute apple finds out about it. They'll patch that underlying zero day. You'll get one of those annoying crops on your phone to update your software and suddenly that two point. Five million dollar capability turns to mud so there is a long history here. Since the nineties of us government agencies paying hackers both in the united states and abroad to sell them these zero days in the code to exploit them to add to their stockpiles. So start writing this book about this. Because i was just fascinated by the moral hazard and the security dilemma baked into that marketplace. You know we are all using the same software today. Three decades ago when these programs started this marketplace launched. We were all using different software. China was using wild way. We were using oracle and cisco for the most part three decades later while ways a glaring exception. But we're all using the same technology we're all using android phones and iphones and windows whether you know it or not. You might not have a windows. Pc but it's in the power grid and your water systems and your pipeline and same for industrial systems..

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Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

BrainStuff

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Is Vaccine Hesitancy a New Phenomenon?

"The vocal anti vaccination movement is fairly recent and was really kicked into gear in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight by a now discredited paper that appeared in the medical journal lancet which falsely linked vaccines with autism however vaccine. Hesitancy is as old as vaccines themselves. How stuff works also spoke with dr katherine edwards. The author of an american academy of pediatrics clinical report called countering vaccine hesitancy and she said this has been going on for centuries and pointed to a cartoon published back in eighteen o to the depicts people growing cow-like parts this was in response to edward jenner pioneering smallpox vaccine by using material from cowpox a medical historian by the name of elena kanas wrote in a twenty fifteen in the american historian that the first smallpox vaccine quote was met with enthusiasm but also dread while many patients and physicians were eager to fend off air as most feared diseases. Many others balked at the prospect of contaminating their healthy bodies with disease matter from an animal. And then when european countries began making smallpox vaccines mandatory. And the early eighteen. Hundreds she wrote that quote societies of anti vaccination assists formed to protest what they saw as unequal treatment and undue infringement of individual liberty. But they didn't get much traction. There was also little protest against the polio vaccine which was released in nineteen fifty four to wild enthusiasm in america according to conus she wrote parents so dreaded polio that they were quick to seek the vaccine for their children and course of politics never became necessary but as the decades went on american parents. Were not so excited about vaccinations for measles mumps and other diseases. She noted perhaps because people were used to living with these diseases.

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"measles" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"measles" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

"And that as we head into a situation where looks very promising in the short. Run if we're not vigilant and we go too. Far in terms of opening up our society. Be right back where we started. We'll take a quick break but when we come back what exactly is herd immunity. And why is it so critical. That's right after this. Why is herd immunity. So important i know and maybe you could explain it to an eighth grader. But herd immunity is and what percentage of the population needs to be vaccinated and why it's so critical and in staving off kind of an uptick in the numbers. If you know when you think about how viruses move they move from someone who has it to someone who doesn't but if the person that you're in contact with is immune to the virus. It's a dead end for them. So the more dead ends there are in a community. The less likely it is that any infected person will be able to transmit the virus. Now you don't have to have one hundred percent coverage in order for that to happen but the amount that is necessary really depends on how infectious viruses. Let's say you're dealing with measles. Measles is much more transmissible even than stars covy toot so for measles in order to make sure that a case of measles does not spread out into a small population of infected people. You have to have at least ninety percent of people vaccinated and some people would say the number needs to be much higher than that because measles is so transmissible some other infectious diseases are much less transmissible. And you don't need such high coverage in order to find the dead ends because even if you came in contact with someone who wasn't immune they still might not have one hundred percent chance of getting it from you because it just isn't that easy to catch so where we are with sars kobe to is. We don't know exactly how much population protection we need. But we know we're not there yet and that's obvious by looking at the ongoing spread of cases unfortunately that immunity given the world. We live in. Can't just be one community or one state or when nation we have to really be thinking about. How do we protect the world. And that's a challenge. We've never saw for before. So it's daunting and i think we recognize that it's gonna take us a long time to get there and the us. What percentage ideally would you like to see to achieve her immunity understanding that. We're not really quite sure of the exact number yet for the united states as a whole again. I'm just taking a guest here. I don't think anyone knows the answer to that. But at least seventy percent. I think at least seventy percent and i say that knowing that even in a vaccinated population there was still be people who are pretty vigilant. So you're kind of adding masks and other measures that some of us will be less likely to give up anytime soon so that will have some surround sound of protection which also contributes to the dead end of transmission. That i was talking about earlier But you know that number could be higher than we need. It could also mean that the number needs to be much higher to really bring this under containment. And i also worry because we've seen that. The sars code be to virus can move into animal populations for example minks ferrets other animals so there could be a reservoir where the virus hides out away from the human population but could spill back over again Into unprotected people or a variant of the virus could spill back over so..

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Why It’s Important To Flex in and Out of Ketosis

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Why It’s Important To Flex in and Out of Ketosis

"Acidic toast this is really an ideal state however we don't wanna be in kito sus all the time and that's what you talk about in your book hito flex so let's talk about that. Yeah exactly so when we look at the our ancestors yes they all did. They didn't stick with kita long term whenever they had the opportunity when they came across honey or tubers or fruit they would eat that they didn't look at their tribe and say we don't eat. That were key they would eat that. So there's not one culture in the history of this world that stuck with the same diet long. It's nine hundred till the last fifty years or so that we have this new problem. People are sticking with the same foods in the same diet which were not designed to do. It doesn't create any kind of adaptation in the body and we know we create a change and we force adaptation. Good cells. get stronger and bad cells. don't adapt and that changes this for measles right this hermetic curve that we start to see benefits so key flex the reason i call kita flex is because we want to actually teach the body to burn fat and had that as your primal fuel source but not the only fuels for us. We wanna have times where we actually flex avocados inflex back in. And that's the premise behind the book. So i and. I've seen four major problems with those people who stay with keita long-term and people always ask me david. What is long term. I would say anything more than about six months. Strict could be considered long-term number one. I've seen fat loss actually slowed down. So if you wanna lose weight on kita which can be done. The body will want actually preserve that precious fuel source fat. The number one priority for the body is survival. You know if you've only been giving fat as fuel source it's gonna want to preserve that fuel source so i've seen weight loss and some of the results slowdown when you to regiment with it. A number two We know that the thyroid gland produces t four hormone which is that inactive forum that needs to be converted to t three which is the active form that has actually used by the cells. T. three is so important. That every single stock has the receptor site for the t. Three hormone in helps the cells produce. Energy helps you burn fat helps you feel good now. What helps make that. Conversion has actually insulin. So when you don't when you have chronically low levels of insulin from script ketosis end or too much. Fasting that conversion could become compromised. So those are a couple reasons why we want to actually flex in and out of

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Connecticut Is 6th State to End Religious Vaccine Exemption

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Connecticut Is 6th State to End Religious Vaccine Exemption

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Connecticut is ending the religious vaccine exemptions Connecticut has become the sixth state to end of the religious exemption from childhood immunization requirements for day care facilities schools and colleges governor Ned Lamont signed legislation Wednesday that requires vaccinations against highly contagious diseases like measles per tosses tetanus and meningitis any students in kindergarten and older with an existing religious exemptions will be grandfathered to groups opposing the bill say they plan to file state and federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the new law which will take effect with the twenty twenty to twenty three school year hi Mike Crossey up

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"measles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"measles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Change. California Find the right treatment option for you choose change. CIA dot com Traffic on the chance every 10 Minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk. I'll have some fine patches this morning. Otherwise today will be a mostly cloudy day with a high of 55 to 59 mostly cloudy tonight, though, 43 to 47 plenty of plans tomorrow but my other with a high of 63 to 67 Thursday, partly sunny and mild eyes 63 to 67. Macular meteorologist Joe Lundberg News 93.1 KFBK, and we have 46 degrees right now in the Sacramento hear the stories that are trending on this Tuesday morning, Sacramento based Lion Real Estate has been sold to Seattle based Windemere Real Estate can be Kay's Jensen Raider has the story lioness, Sacramento's oldest independent reality operating for over 75 years, but was the center of a major scandal in recent years, details for how much the deal costs were not released. But Windermere said that they plan to keep the name and Current leadership lion has more than 800 agents and 17 offices from the foothills to the Bay Area when Tamir is reported to have been eyeing the Northern California and Sacramento region for quite some time. Ends and Rader News 93.1 KFBK more than 100 inmates are being released from the Sacramento County Jail's due to coronavirus concerns. Nearly 180 will be released next week. Inmate right group. Inmate rights groups want the half half of the inmate population released because they say health practices inside the jails lead to the spread of covered 19. The Los Angeles Unified School District says that students must to get the covert vaccine before they return to campus Cape because Mark Mayfield has that story on Monday, Superintendent Austin Buechner Announced. All students must be immunized once Children are eligible for the shots, But campuses will not have to remain closed until students are vaccinated. Beautiful believes the state should set uniforms standards for schools to qualify for reopening, regardless of which district there in The superintendent also says the vaccine requirement will be the same as he already existing ones were illnesses like measles and mumps. Mark Mayfield NEWS 93.1 KFBK, nation's top infectious disease expert says concerts could make a comeback this year. Here's KFBK is Dean Nuccio The New York Times reports during a virtual conference with the Association of Performing Arts Professionals over the weekend. Dr Anthony Fauci said artists could take the stage in front of an audience sometime in the fall of 2021, he said, This can happen if everything goes right and Corona virus vaccine distribution allows for 70, the 85% of the population to be vaccinated, But she said attendees will most likely have to still wear masks. But he thinks events will be at almost full capacity seating. I'm d mutual. We just talked about whether you should rent or buy a home and along those lines, the world's largest in America's priciest home. Any idea how much it's worth? In the Los Angeles area in the Bel Air, posh Bel Air. Pretty sure I could not wrench nor by you could not. It's $350 Million.105,000 Square feet, so 58 not home. So many celebrities have been just selling their homes in Southern California. $350 million for a home in L. A. Wow, It's nice. It's really nice. Okay, let's get you caught up on this hour's top national stories Now on news 93.1 kfbk President Trump before leaving the White House for Texas to visit the border walls. To reporters briefly taking questions for the first time since the U. S Capitol siege. He did not take responsibility for the mob of Trump supporters.

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