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"medical advisor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Our 99 one newsroom in Washington, D.C.. Hey Nancy, thanks, Tim. A new rules package will be voted on by the U.S. House tonight that chamber will vote on concessions that House speaker Kevin McCarthy made to conservative lawmakers who were staunchly opposed to his candidacy. While House Republicans have also agreed to restart the House select subcommittee on the coronavirus pandemic. We get details on that from Bloomberg's Amy Morris. Under Democrats, the panel spent most of its time looking into the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus pandemic. Under new GOP leadership, it will broaden its focus, looking into the origins of the pandemic and the impact of vaccine mandates. They will also look at the federal government's funding of, quote, gain of function research, and the role of doctor Anthony Fauci, who was The White House chief medical adviser, and whom Republicans say they'll call the Capitol Hill for questioning. In Washington, I made me Morris, Bloomberg radio, Brazil's capital is picking up the pieces in president Lula da Silva is promising more arrests after supporters of ex-president jair Bolsonaro stormed government buildings in Brasília yesterday. Bloomberg's Julia is in Brazil with the latest on the situation. It's a swath of evidence that police and the ministries now have to go through law and meanwhile as reasserting his power. He met with the chiefs of Congress, the chiefs of the Supreme Court today really putting up a united front. Against these protests, looters really. Bloomberg's Julia leci reporting from Brazil. Buffalo Bill's safety demar Hamlin is back in Buffalo after being released from a Cincinnati hospital where he's been recovering from experiencing cardiac arrest on the field a week ago. Doctor William knight says he'll now be treated at a buffalo hospital. He's doing well, and this is the beginning of the next stage of his recovery. Doctor knight says it's too soon to say if Hamlin will again play football. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast, a conversation with ADP's Neil Richardson after the jobs report. We learned that our firms, our clients over a million clients, they're still hiring rather aggressively. We also learned that that hiring intensity is coming from small and medium firms that were blocked out through a lot of the hiring in 2022 outmanned by larger firms when it came to benefits and wages. And then the third thing we learned, and I think this is really important when you talk about the next steps for the fed, is that wages are moderating. They are. But they're not moderating quickly enough to make even a 2% inflation target seem reasonable at this point. They're still quite high, almost double what they were going into the pandemic. So there's still a lot of work to do when it comes to wages and getting them down to a tolerable pace of growth that meets the fed target. The Economist John farrow is really emphasizing the ISM numbers on Friday as well. They show some sogginess. How does Nela Richardson define a soft landing? I have trouble with that phrase, but if we don't like the phrase soft landing, where are we going with that optimistic outcome? Well, to me, a soft landing is a landing you can walk away from. And I think the economy is strong enough right now, at least it looks like that it'll do so. We pretty much got a Goldilocks report on the 6. And I'm going to say more about that in a second, but we got our report where you still saw a strong jobs growth and moderating wage growth. That's like the perfect scenario for a soft landing. The question is, will that trend continue? Get more of this and other conversations on
AP News Radio
Fauci, top infectious disease expert, to retire in December
"Doctor Anthony Fauci says he will leave government service in December after serving more than 5 decades Fauci has led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for more than 30 years through HIV aids We are in the midst of one of the most devastating epidemics in the history of civilization And then became a household name two years ago The cases continue to increase globally as the public face of the COVID-19 response reassuring some Americans while clashing with president Trump over how to mitigate the spread President Biden made Fauci his top medical adviser and today says the nation is stronger and healthier because of Fauci Sagar Meghani Washington
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Fauci announces December departure from government service
"The nation's top infectious disease expert says he will leave the federal government by year's end The threat to you is now Doctor Anthony Fauci has been the public face of the government's COVID-19 response and before that HIV aids and other diseases Come December Fauci says he will step down as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases after 38 years and also leave his position as President Biden's chief medical adviser Fauci says he's not retiring but rather planning to pursue the next chapter of his career The president says Fauci has touched all Americans lives and the nation is stronger and healthier because of him Sagar Meghani Washington
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Fauci tests positive for virus, has mild COVID-19 symptoms
"The face of America's COVID-19 response has tested positive for the coronavirus The national Institutes of health says doctor Anthony Fauci has mild symptoms The 81 year old Fauci is fully vaccinated and received to booster shots The NIH says he has not recently been in close contact with senior government officials including President Biden for whom he serves as chief medical adviser Sagar Meghani Washington
Bloomberg Radio New York
"medical advisor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Tom That's terrible at French We do mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the U.S. is working around the clock to get weapons delivered to Ukraine Weapons are arriving every day including today Appearing on NBC's meet the press Sullivan responded to criticism from Ukraine's foreign minister that defensive aid was not arriving fast enough The White House chief medical adviser is reminding Americans that COVID-19 is here to stay appearing on ABC's this week doctor Anthony Fauci said we're now at the stage where it's up to individuals to decide the amount of risk they're willing to take when it comes to getting infected That there will be a level of infection This is not going to be eradicated and it's not going to be eliminated The reminder comes as nearly 70 people have tested positive for COVID following the annual gridiron dinner in D.C. last weekend Republicans will make sure Joe Biden is a moderate if the GOP retakes control of Congress in the midterm elections this year That's according to Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell appearing on Fox News Sunday that Kentucky Republicans suggested The White House won't get in the way of his party getting things done That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Mayor Eric Adams tested positive for COVID-19 today according to a statement from his office His press secretary said the mayor woke up with a raspy voice this morning but has no weather symptoms He will cancel all public events for the rest of the week Results are in in the first round of French election voting Bloomberg's francine LaCroix is in Paris President Emmanuel Macron is set to face his nationalist rival behind Lebanese in the final round of the French elections on April 24th It's a rerun of their 2017 contest According to first projections my call got around 28% of the vote compared with 24% for leben in the first round but in my coin is far from certain as votes from trailing candidates such as Jean Luc men they go to le Pena Bloomberg's francine LaCroix in Paris Austria's Chancellor Carl nehammer announced on Twitter today he'll meet with Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday This in an attempt to build a dialog with the Russian president Canada's prime minister says his country is ready to welcome as many Ukrainian refugees as want to come appearing on CNN's State of the Union prime minister Justin Trudeau noted Canada's deep ties with Ukraine and said his country has already taken in about 14,000 refugees We have deep connections to Ukraine and that's why we've created rapid pathways for people to come from Europe or directly from Ukraine The administration must immediately rein in ghost gun sales That call today from Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer of New York saying ghost gun kits must be treated as firearms So we're now asking the administration.
AP News Radio
Fauci: CDC mulling COVID test requirement for asymptomatic
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the white white house's house's top top medical medical adviser adviser said said Sunday Sunday the the CDC CDC is is considering considering changing changing its its code code guidance guidance again again Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says the the CDC CDC is is now now considering considering adding adding testing testing to to their their new new guidance guidance on on isolation isolation for for positive positive code code cases cases which which got got a a lot lot of of push push back back after after the the agency agency recommended recommended a a symptomatic symptomatic people people could could go go back back to to work work after after five five days days with with out out a a test test looking looking at at it it again again there there may may be be an an option option in in that that that that testing testing could could be be a a part part of of that that and and I I think think we're we're gonna gonna be be hearing hearing more more about about that that in in the the next next day day or or so so from from the the CDC CDC he he also also tells tells George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos on on ABC's ABC's this this week week even even though though I'm I'm a a cron cron is is less less severe severe it's it's more more contagious contagious which which means means more more people people will will contracted contracted and and that that could could lead lead to to more more hospitalizations hospitalizations that's that's the the reason reason why why we're we're concerned concerned about about stressing stressing and and straining straining the the hospital hospital system system and and he he says says it's it's the the unvaccinated unvaccinated that that make make up up the the majority majority I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
"medical advisor" Discussed on KOMO
"A statement quote even those with great power and privilege will be held accountable when they sexually abuse and exploit the young U.S. attorney Damian Williams also issuing a video statement I want to commend the bravery of the girls Now grown women who stepped out of the shadows and into the courtroom their courage and willingness to face their abuser made today's result in this case possible Maxwell was found guilty on 5 of 6 charges including sex trafficking and conspiracy She faces up to 65 years in prison In a statement her family said they maintain her innocence and vow to appeal The CDC is defending its decision to ease up isolation requirements for people who have asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 White House medical adviser doctor Anthony Fauci says asymptomatic cases only need to isolate for 5 days The actual antigen tests that we're talking about do not have any real predictive value as to the transmissibility when you're at 6 7 8 9 ten days into an infection The change comes though as the U.S. sees record numbers of new infections due to omicron the U.S. now averaging 277,000 new cases a day The acron and delta wave hitting New York again the state once the epicenter early on in the pandemic New York City governor Kathy hochul says the state is preparing for a January COVID surge following the holiday travel rush We do think there's going to be a spike in cases that's going to continue Not just in our positive rates but also in hospitalizations The rise in cases is already taking a heavy.
AP News Radio
Fauci says early reports encouraging about omicron variant
"U. U. S. S. health health officials officials say say early early reports reports about about the the rapidly rapidly spreading spreading Omicron Omicron variant variant of of the the corona corona virus virus suggested suggested maybe maybe less less dangerous dangerous than than delta delta White White House House medical medical advisor advisor Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci told told CNN's CNN's state state of of the the union union so so I I just just need need more more information information before before drawing drawing conclusions conclusions about about Omicron Omicron severity severity but but reports reports from from South South Africa Africa suggest suggest hospitalization hospitalization rates rates have have not not increased increased alarmingly alarmingly about about you you said said the the Biden Biden administration administration is is considering considering lifting lifting recently recently imposed imposed travel travel restrictions restrictions against against non non citizens citizens entering entering the the US US from from several several African African countries countries U. U. N. N. secretary secretary general general has has blasted blasted such such measures measures as as travel travel apartheid apartheid about about a a third third of of U. U. S. S. states states have have detected detected their their first first cases cases of of Omicron Omicron Massachusetts Massachusetts Washington Washington state state Missouri Missouri and and Maryland Maryland were were among among those those reporting reporting their their first first cases cases over over the the weekend weekend I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
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The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates
"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and
Bloomberg Radio New York
"medical advisor" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Doctor Anthony Fauci says it appears the U.S. is turning the corner when it comes to COVID-19 speaking on CNN State of the Union the chief White House medical adviser believes the numbers will continue to improve in terms of case counts and 7 day averages and he added that outdoor Halloween activities should be safe You can get out there you're outdoors for the most part at least when my children were out there doing trick or treating And enjoy it Fauci said cases still need to drop dramatically before states can drop mask mandates and other protective measures Facebook vice president Nick Clegg says the company is doing research to make their products better for mental health but they can't change how humans think Speaking on CNN State of the Union clique said the company is working on multiple things that make Facebook and Instagram a better place for a teen's mental health and police in St. Paul Minnesota are investigating a mass shooting in a downtown bar today a woman in her 20s was killed 14 others wounded at the bar on west 7th street shortly after midnight I'm Brad Siegel You're listening to Bloomberg businessweek with Carol matter and Bloomberg quick takes Tim stenner from Bloomberg radio While to call our next guest one of the biggest names in technology yeah it would be an understatement When he first incorporated the company he founded back in 1984 it was known as Dell computer corporation At the time Michael doll was just 19 years old and nearly four decades later he's detailing his climb to the top of his industry in new book It's called a plain ice but win a CEO's journey from founder to leader And today we started off by asking the billionaire innovator about tech in the near to medium term as volatility and potential regulatory constraints cast some doubts on its growth prospects You know I think it will be a sector that continues to outgrow the economy and if you think about the way technology is being used it's now going way beyond the IT departments And it used to be when we were selling things It was to the IT departments and now technology is a fulcrum for everything So I think as a sector it'll outgrow GDP probably bias significant amount We'll see but certainly this year has been great for our company 15% growth in the last quarter and second half is looking strong as well Yeah and shares this year significantly higher as well Michael I'm wondering about how much that IT spend from companies around the world was pulled forward during the COVID-19 pandemic And if you have concerns about slowing growth since so much of that spend was pulled forward If you think about this from the perspective of a company or an organization sort of the only thing that works during the lockdowns was digital technology And so companies are just accelerating older investments in that And if you think about hybrid work you know that feels like it's becoming more of a permanent way that work gets done And that's an enormous demand stimulant for us and certainly a great tailwind There are 700 million PCs out there on the day that Windows 11 gets introduced that don't run Windows 11 So you put all that together with the expansion feels like and certainly there have been supply chain challenges even though we're shipping record numbers of machines more than we've ever shipped It feels like the demand growth is going to continue in a pretty robust way here Well help me with those supply chain challenges Michael I mean computing is on the long list of industries that have been hurt by the semiconductor shortage at this point When do we start to see that supply and demand get back in step Well it takes about three years to build a new semiconductor plant So when did the we're only 18 months into this And so if you believe there's a demand acceleration that's significant you know it's going to take a while for supply to catch up with demand You know we're all challenged by that As I said even though we're we ship more last quarter than ever the backlogs are still at record high levels Is there panic buying there Do you think because of concerns over supply chain that we're seeing some of that double ordering being done by companies just to make sure that they've got what they need and as a result at some point we'll see some kind of bubble burst as a result of it Yeah we've been watching the cancellation rates very carefully and we have incredible data on this And we haven't really seen that what we've heard from our customers and partners is that our supply chain is generally functioning better than others And while they might not like the lead time that we give them it's highly predictable reliable And haven't really seen signs of distress there in terms of people ordering and then canceling hasn't been a factor Hey Michael the chip shortage has revived talks of European or U.S. hardware or chip manufacturing I'm wondering if you think that that's necessary at this point I think it's a good thing We have not really had industrial policy right It's been a kind of dirty phrase that nobody wants to talk about But when you have China investing so aggressively in these strategic industries and the U.S. and Europe not it creates a real challenge and the theme in supply chain has been resilience and moving from just in time to just in case And given the importance of all these industries to the future and everything that's going on in 5G I think having government support to create the infrastructure for our technology future semiconductors being an enormous part of that yeah I would be in support of that Hey Michael one more thing on supply chain I mean you guys seem to have done a better job at kind of managing your supply chain than some of your peers and keeping yourself supplied with components How is that possible And I am curious if you're eating some of the higher costs here or ultimately are higher costs being passed off to consumers Well there's definitely been component and cost inflation and that's something that we all feel and it's a shared experience by call that We have had a supply chain strength in our company for decades and I think it's proven proven itself well During the last year or so you know in a lot of companies outsource things I think they also outsourced in many cases a complete understanding of all the components that go in to these machines and you're seeing instances where $50,000 product is held up by a $1 part You really have to have a detailed understanding of the entire supply chain in order to run it efficiently and effectively Hey your book is a great read play nice but when and it talks about your journey from founder to leader And you really weave in the creation of your company but then you also weave in taking the company private It's really a fun read You talk about acquisitions And the transformations you were making at.
The Eric Metaxas Show
The Link Between COVID in Nursing Homes and Mail in Ballots With John Zmirak
"John. You're you're alleging in the previous segment that these blue state governors cuomo of course a number one but then murphy in new jersey and whitmer in michigan and Whoever is in connecticut and use that day and newsome in california that they they were aware somehow that's by sending corona virus patients into nursing homes. It would enable them to do these other things to take control. most coordinated. Yes on them. And how would that have happened in other words. That's hard you're out. Joe biden's chief. Corona virus advisor was. Dr ezekiel emanuel. The brother of rama manual. He was joe. Biden's number one guy on making corona virus halsey. He has said publicly. That people over seventy should not receive life saving medication because they had already lived long enough but life after seventy has no real value. Meaning he favors passive euthanasia for elderly people. He said he has no desire to lymph s. Eight seventy doesn't see why anyone else should them yesterday. Well yeah the point is way. Joe biden's chief. Medical adviser is saying the lives of people over seventy have no value that they're like sick sick pets at a kill shelter. Why should we be surprised when the democrats in a coordinated fashion dump corona myers patients in nursing homes. There's our math massive spike in death statistics. Then they use that. Massive spike to invoke emergency powers suspend their state constitutions and create mail-in ballots all worked together as part of an effort to use the coleman crisis as a pretext to render the constitution nolan
Fauci: US unlikely to return to lockdowns
"President Biden's chief medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci says he does not expect a return of lockdowns as the highly contagious Delta variant drives up covid cases. Florida now accounts for 1/5 of all new infections in the
AP News Radio
Officials in Tokyo alarmed as cases hit record highs
"With the Olympics when underway take care has reported record breaking coronavirus cases for the third straight day government officials have said the new cases will soaring not tiny in the tech area but across the country the number of positive cases has doubled in a week setting an all time high since the pandemic began early last year once upon his continuously kept its cases load be Sunni its weekly average has sought to eighty eight per one hundred thousand intake here this compares to eighteen point five in the United States implicated in Britain Japan's top medical adviser says the biggest risk is the lack of a sense of crisis I'm Karen Thomas
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'Quite Scary': UK's Top Medic in Warning Over COVID Outlook
"Britain's top medical adviser is worried about rising curve it nineteen infection numbers Chris witty has told a weapon at the was hosted by London's science museum that's the number of people in hospital with the coronavirus in Britain could reach quite scary levels within weeks as cases soar as a result of the rapid spread of the new contagious delta variant on the lifting of lockdown restrictions his comments come in the wake of government figures showing that's new coronavirus infections have struck another six month high and the number of people in hospital with Kobe nineteen and subsequently dying are at the highest level since March this year Charles Taylor this month London
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Singer Olivia Rodrigo Works With White House on Vaccine Ads
"Singer actor Olivia Rodrigo has paid a visit to the White House as part of a campaign to encourage covert nineteen vaccinations for young people I marches are a letter with the latest forever living abroad Rego has the top album in the country with sour and has hit shows on the Disney Channel she's using that star power to get young people vaccinated against covert nineteen Rodrigo is working with president Joe Biden and medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci to make videos aimed at educating young people about the vaccine it's important to have conversations with friends and family members and coaching all communities to get vaccinated and actually get to vaccination site which you can do more easily than ever before given how many sites we have and how easy it is to find them abaxis stock up
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Fauci: Too soon to say if Americans may need vaccine booster
"The government's top infectious disease expert says its entirely conceivable maybe likely that Americans will need a booster dose of the covert nineteen vaccine president Biden's chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says researchers continue to track individuals who have been vaccinated collecting data on their level of immunity to follow that over months and if it goes down below a critical level that's a red flag that you may need to boost another is a people clinical observation namely are we seeing more breakthrough infections than you might expect what drug maker Pfizer has suggested a booster of its covert nineteen vaccine may be needed the centers for disease control and prevention and the food and drug administration has set the data has not yet shown a need that doesn't mean that we're not very very actively following and gathering all of this information to see if and when we might need it and if and when we do we'll have everything in place to do it she appeared on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos Ben Thomas Washington
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Japanese Organizers Set Capacity Limit of 50%, Up To 10,000 Fans for All Tokyo Olympic Venues
"The move goes against the country's top medical advisor who's recommended the safest process during the coup bid nineteen pandemic used to go with I don't any fans fans from abroad the band's several months ago now Japanese organizes of settlements fifty percent of capacity up to a maximum of ten thousand fans full Olympic venues officials say fans will be under strict rules will not be allowed to cheer must wear masks and the being told to go straight home off to events Tokyo and other areas around the qualified emergency status until July eleventh the Olympics is set to open July twenty three I'm Charles collect as much
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Top Medical Adviser Says 'No Fans' Safest for Tokyo Olympics
"Today, Japan's top medical advisor says because of the pandemic, no Spectators should be allowed to attend the games. For now. No international fans are allowed in. About 9000 baseball fans. A T Mobile park last
Monocle 24: The Globalist
Fauci Asks for Medical Records of Wuhan Lab Staff
"Chief. Medical advisor is stepping up the pressure on china when it comes to getting to the source of the outbreak of coronavirus with. Who's report not seemingly offering a satisfying enough bouncer. Anthony fauci wants beijing to release a medical records of nine people whose illnesses might show if covert nineteen first emerged as a result of a lab. Leak wants to tell us more. I'm joined on the line from seoul by the china correspondent washington post even though a very good morning. Good afternoon to you. Good to have you with us. Hi thank you for having me here. What do what do we think that found. She wants to find out well Right now a lot of questions remain unanswered about what exactly was happening in wuhan in the days preceding the pandemic outbreak and one of these reports has been that some of the researchers at the wuhan institute of virology had fallen ill with symptoms consistent with corona virus in november. And so that's something that There have not been The on the chinese side. They have denied that this has happened. And what fao chea saying. Is that the medical records should be released so there can be independent verification.
Fauci's Emails Give Insight to Early Days of COVID Response
"Says Chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci can speak for himself about emails released under the Freedom of Information Act request. The emails have sparked backlash from Republicans critical of Dr Fauci. His comments on the possibility Covid 19 came from the lab. Asked about the emails and Dr Fauci, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. He's been an undeniable asset and our country's pandemic response. But it's obviously not advantageous for me to relitigate the substance of emails from 17 months ago, House Republicans are calling for Dr Fauci to testify about the origins of the virus. President Biden has ordered intelligence agencies to expand their efforts in pinpointing how the pandemic began
Will Portugal Move to the Amber List?
"Just when you thought. It was safe to book a holiday to portugal. We've learned it could be removed from the. Uk's travel green list ministers and that medical advisers are meeting today. they'll be deciding if the country should instead be waited. Amber that would mean holiday makers having to quarantine for ten days when they get higher and pay for to pcr tests. Scientists are concerned about rising infection rights and the emergence of variance in portugal. Our home affairs editor. Charles hamas has a piece of analysis. He says football could be behind the rise in cases. And we've got a guide to your rights. If you've already got holiday booked meantime there were reports a new nepal. Variant spreading in europe may also threaten holidays. Scientists fear that strain could be resistant to vaccines.
AP News Radio
New Vibe at White House: Hugs Are In; Masks Are (Mostly) Out
"The White House is springing back to life now that people are vaccinated and with the recent relaxation and federal guidance about wearing masks and social distancing right to family come on there's a new fine but the White House of late press secretary Jen Psaki near a warm and fuzzy crew and we like to hug around here but we were waiting for that to be allowed to buy a CDC guidelines which we certainly abide by yes hugs are now in masks mostly out the complex is taking on the look and feel of pre pandemic days with more west wing staffers on the premises soon more reporters and certainly a continuing to open the white house up the people's house up to the American public the White House is eager to send a message that a return to normal as possible with vaccinations the president Biden's chief medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says it's not a rational to be apprehensive you can understand that when people the following a certain trend for a considerable period of time that it may take time for them to look just so I would not say that that's irrational I'd say that's understandable Ben Thomas Washington
"medical advisor" Discussed on KOMO
"Chief medical advisor in the fight against the virus, Dr Anthony Fauci, Let's pick up on that encouraging news on the vaccines to supply is going to be increasing over the summer before still facing some bottlenecks across the country. How do we accelerate distribution break through those bottlenecks? Well, Jules there a few things that the president has put into the strategic plan, namely, getting Vaccines into pharmacies where people could conveniently get vaccinated. The other is the standing up of at least 100 vaccine centers community. Vaccine centers, and the other is to use mobile units to get into not easily accessible areas. So those are just three of the things as you say, to kind of loosen up the bottleneck of getting Doses into the arms of individuals you've heard right now We have a contract ID for a total of 600 million, which would be just enough. And maybe even a little bit more to vaccinate everyone with two doses were expecting to see the CDC guidelines and reopening schools today. What should parents know about whether it's safe to reopen schools? What should give them confidence? It's okay. You know what I think it's gonna be. It's gonna be a combination of things. I don't want to get ahead of the guidelines that the CDC will be coming out with imminently, but obviously you want to get the schools open. The president has said that he wants to get essentially 100% of the KT eight's open in the 1st 100 days. I think that's doable. What you want to do is make sure it's safe for the students. And safe for the stitcher, the teachers and other personnel associated with the educational system. You could do that by masking. You could do that by getting good ventilation. But you could also get that Getting vaccinations to the teachers as quickly as you possibly can. As cases in hospitalizations and death come down. We're seeing states won more states and cities relaxing their lockdowns Montana dropping the mask mandate. Your New York They're allowing indoor dining again, preparing to have sports venues open again. Concerts as well. Ohio's lifted its curfew isn't safe to relax these lockdowns now you know if you do it gradually, George without like, turning a light switch on and off. Remember, we had that conversation. Months and months ago when we were trying to open up America again for the economic reasons you want to do what you want to do it gradually and safely, as opposed to just turning it on and off right away. They're still going to be the important need to wear masks. I think we still need to do that. You want to avoid congregate settings, But you congratulate, Get to the situation. Well, you might open up restaurants with limited seating and things like that. It's gonna be done prudently and gradually And when you say need from ask, you mean for quite some time into the foreseeable future year, two years, three years. I'm not so sure. It's measured in years, George, but I think until we get the level of virus to such a low level in the community, and I had said a projection, and it's on Lee a projection That hopefully, By the time we get older people vaccinated, let's say 70 to 85% of the people vaccinated. The level of virus in the community could be so low that you could start Pulling back a bit on what are stringent public health measures. You don't want to do it all at once, but I think we're gonna be wearing masks for several several months into the future that he felt she this morning on. Good morning. America. Speaking with ABC is George Stephanopoulos Come on his time 5 51 time to get to.
"medical advisor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"1 P.m., eastern time for former President Trump's impeachment try hours before the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. Senate Majority Leader truck, Schumer announced a deal on how it will proceed. All parties have agreed to a structure. That will ensure a fair and honest Senate impeachment trial of the former president. Each side will have ample time to make their arguments. The second impeachment trial is expected to begin with debate over whether it's even constitutional and then a simple majority vote. Then 16 hours for house managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense Oxes Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill, lawyer for a Virginia man charged in the Capitol Hill riot as part of the far right group the oath, keeper says Thomas Caldwell has held a top secret security clearance for decades and previously worked for the FBI after retiring from the Navy. Caldwell has denied being part of the oath keepers. Leaders of the Chicago Teachers Union have agreed to let members vote on a plan to get students back into classes tomorrow. The union's House of delegates did not issue a recommendation. If it's approved, some student will head back to school Thursday with arrest returning over the next few weeks. Why now? She's medical advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci says schools should be able to open with safety measures in place, and he says, just because covert numbers were dropping. It's not the time to let our guard down. Would here to the public health measures masking physical distancing, avoiding congregate settings at the same time, to the extent possible we get his many people vaccinated as quickly as we possibly can for disease control and prevention is expected to issue guidelines for schools opening this week. America.
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"medical advisor" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Learning due to the Corona virus is a national emergency President Biden stress and a pre Super Bowl interview with CBS on Sunday. School's handling of the pandemic, reportedly very wildly from district to district and one nonprofit study from October estimates that as many as three million U. S students have gone without any formal education, virtual or in person since March. In other words, the lost year. Buying this place to reopen schools within his 1st 100 days. But Anthony Fauci, Biden's chief medical advisor, recently told teachers unions of the administration's goal may not be reached that quickly. Due to mitigating circumstances. In the meantime, coronavirus cases are at their lowest rate in three months. Deaths are on the decline is I told you was gonna happen once you get the vaccine out if they would roll it out mortar people who actually need it first. Now they're going to give it to teachers. Nothing against teachers. The teachers should not be the first to give. They should. They should be third. Let me tell you how this how this works. People in nursing homes and people with underlying health conditions should be first. Health care workers should be second teachers should be third. And then the rest of us if you wanted. That's the way that should happen. So it's going to take a while to get the deaths down because they bypassed the first for the 2nd and 3rd. And so once they get around to vaccinating everybody who wants it in a nursing home where his elderly then we're going to see the death rate go to near zero. Here's gonna be my I don't like to make hard and fast predictions. But we're gonna be near zero by May. As far as the deaths in this if there's enough people who want to get it now there's some backlash. And I had that caviar. There's some backlash against the vaccine. Some people rather take Their chances with the coronavirus, even if they're at risk, And you know how I feel about that. You do your own health risk assessment. I'm not planning on getting into this point. Aside from the little arrhythmia that I had this morning. I have no other underlying health issues. But you know that may change. Well, they're gonna be a lot of people who have no business getting the vaccine. You're going to get it anyway. And they say we need herd immunity. All we need is for people to stop dying and the way you get people to stop dying is to get the most vulnerable people. The vaccine. That's it. You don't need herd immunity. Everybody else can get it and they won't die. We'll be back. 6157379986 Day. We, uh have you heard that guns and ammo are in short supply. That is a true story, And the same thing is happening in.
"medical advisor" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"There is some progress to report in the impasse between Chicago public schools and the teachers union to reopen the schools. Our Bill Cameron has the latest no lockout for now, and my right foot is calling for a 48 hour cooling off period, She says. There has been agreement on one open issue. And they made progress on a framework to address the remaining issues. As the mayor said Sunday. We have to have a sense of urgency and passion. Because our Children's lives are hanging in the balance. Remote Learning online will continue through Wednesday. Bill Cameron 8 90 w listening ears stop on President Biden's immediate agenda. The White House is calling it Rescue America. The package. Covert 19 relief bill That is about the price tag of $1.9 Trillion.10 Republicans had with White House today to discuss counterproposals with the president. ABC is White House correspondent Karen Travers tells us Two sides do agree on a few things. The two proposals do call for $160 billion for coded response, and that includes vaccine distribution and several billions of dollars in food assistance for Americans who are struggling right now during the pandemic, But it's not just Republicans who are putting pressure on President Biden. Democrats are saying We're ready to go. We're going to move ahead without Republicans this week because we want to get something done. American still confused about the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19. Vaccine test results. ABC is Andy Field tells us, the nation's chief medical advisor says it will save lives. The Johnson and Johnson Vaccine study showed 66% effectiveness, preventing mild Covad cases and 85% for severe disease lower than Fizer and Moderna. But Dr Anthony Fauci says the vaccine will still be a lifesaver. When you look at seriously disease, hospitalizations and death Has had a profound effect on that. The other Johnson.
"medical advisor" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Vaccine is 66% effective. That's not as strong as it's murder now and fives. Arrivals. Both of them are more than 90% effective. But at a White House task force briefing the president's chief medical advisor on cove, it Dr Anthony Fauci said the Johnson and Johnson vaccine showed very encouraging results. In the worst cases overall in the United States in South Africa, and in Brazil. The overall efficacy for severe disease was 85%. There were essentially no hospitalizations or deaths in the vaccine group. Where is in the placebo group there were found. He also noted that, unlike the other vaccines, Johnson and Johnson's requires just a single shot, and it does not need to be stored in super cold temperatures. That could cut the storage costs and help vaccinate more people in a shorter amount of time in early February, the company intends to request from the Food and Drug Administration. Emergency use authorization. There is growing concern about how well any vaccines stand up to the new coronavirus variance. They're emerging around the world, including those first seen in Britain, Brazil and especially the first one found in South Africa. Overall, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine tested 72% effective in the U. S. But against the South African variant, that number dropped to 57%. Also today, early findings show that 1/4 vaccine this one from Novavax is nearly 90%, effective overall but against the variant identified in South Africa. It was only 50% effective. All of the variants are now spreading across the U. S. And today, Andy Slavitt, the senior White House adviser on covert, 19 said That means passing the president's $1.9 trillion covert relief plan is more critical than ever. I couldn't urge People to people in the Congress. To be more more more focused on the American rescue plan that I can given the state of the variance. Theo US is now vaccinating more than one million Americans per day. So far, the nation has administered 26 million doses. At the same time, World leaders remain concerned about the vaccines equitable distribution. The secretary general of the United Nations, Antonio Gutierrez, is calling the problem a global emergency more than 70 million. Those ears have been administered..
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"medical advisor" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"A warning about domestic terrorism. Mime lisa lacerra fox news. It was issued earlier today by the department of homeland. Security bulletin says quote information suggests that some ideologically motivated violent extremists with objections to the exercise of governmental authority and the presidential transition as well as other perceived grievances fueled by false narratives could continue to mobilize to incite or commit violence officials. Tell fox news. The new morning centered around the historic inauguration. Date of march fourth when presidents used to be sworn in before nineteen thirty seven. The fresh warning comes after. Fbi secret service requested national guard troops. Stay in dc until the end of march. Sox's lucas tomlinson. At the pentagon leaving the justice department announced three people. At times to the militia group the oath keepers face federal indictments of obstruction of congress and other offenses in connection with the capital riot the obstruction of congress charge alone carries a minimum of twenty years in prison president. Biden's chief medical adviser. Dr anthony fauci says medical experts in the us are closely monitoring the variants of covid nineteen. And how they respond to. The vaccine does not seem to be any negative impact on the ability of vaccine to be able to protect against the uk strain says the strain first detected in south africa seems to be more resistant to the virus on vaccine. Dr found she said the biden plan is to get one hundred million doses to americans at one hundred days secretary of state. Antony blinken says the us rejected china's claims in the south china sea beyond. What's allowed under international law and stand with other southeast asian countries resisting pressure from beijing. Blinken made the comments in the phone conversation with his counterpart from the philippines. President biden signed another round of executive orders today. These aimed at combating climate change. They also aim to conserve thirty percent of the country's lands and water over the next ten years. America's listening to fox news president vines expected to reopen healthcare dot gov to help americans who have lost their jobs in health insurance due to the pandemic insurance marketplace could be available sue this week according to reuters for a special sign up period open season is usually limited to a six week period november and december traditionally people who lose their employer. Health insurance qualify for obamacare. The these spectrum reopening of healthcare dot will remove hurdles such as providing notice of unemployment. President biden is also expected to make changes to medicaid. Rachel sutherland fox news san francisco. School board voted to remove the names of george washington and abraham lincoln from its public schools. Board voted six to one in favor of renaming. The forty four schools with no connection to slavery oppression from racism or similar criteria. Senator dianne feinstein's name was also on the list. Because while she was mayor she replaced vandalized confederate flag. There was part of a long standing display at city hall. Walmart will be using high-tech helped out the phil online orders walmart plans to fill some online orders with the help of robots at some of its stores. Small warehouses staffed by the robots will be added to dozens of stores to help fill orders for pickup and delivery stores. Staffers still expected to go to the sales floor to fill. Orders for meat and fresh produce and large items like these walmart didn't say how many of the new robots centers it will open. Its planning dozens of locations with many more to come. The company says more customers are relying on pickup and delivery and it doesn't see the use of the services changing in the future geneva sola fox news the film festival which had been cancelled last year. The pandemic is postponing this year's edition from may until july in hopes of being able to conduct the festival in person. I'm lisa lacerra and this is fox news. Business today moves faster than ever. If you're slow to adapt then you will get left behind. If you're still running on quickbooks that's you. It's time to hit the gas and accelerate with net. Sweet stopped paying for multiple systems. That don't give you the information you need when you need it. Ditz the spreadsheets and all the old software you've outgrown now is the time to upgrade to nets by oracle the world's number one cloud business system nets. We gives you visibility and control over your financials. 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"medical advisor" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"77 degrees in south Miami. It's now 10 02 President Biden has set a goal of to vaccinate 100 million Americans can cope in 19, a his 1st 100 days of office. And while you wait your turn in line health experts are recommending some mask upgrades. Doctor Lindsay Mar is an airborne disease transmission expert at Virginia Tech, wearing to maths helps improve the filtration ability of the mask in both directions, and so it helps protect you better and it helps protect others. White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci agrees, saying the double masking is all about common sense More than 100. New deaths reported here in Florida because of covert 19 156 over 8700 new cases, positivity rate at over 9.5% and On top of that. The CDC has announced that Florida now has a nation high 92 cases of the B 1 17 variant strain that likely came here from England. Coming up on 10 03. We're learning new details about how the Senate impeachment trial will proceed. Congressman Jamie Raskin, the Democratic congressman, is leading the House impeachment managers. Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the government of the United States. Rask inside of his evidence, Trump spending weeks repeating false claims that he had actually won the 2020 election in a landslide, as well as Trump whipping up a crowd of supporters shortly before the January 6th siege on the capital, saying, among other things, if you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore. Republicans are denouncing the impeachment trial is divisive and pointless, given the Trump is out of office, but Democrats are forging ahead, arguing that Congress still Leads to hold trump accountable for his.
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"medical advisor" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"To pay physicians and some scientists commensurate what they could make if they weren't working for the government. So like this, dude, Fauci, you know he could be doing researcher working from Johns Hopkins or Russia, University of Chicago and making a whole bunch of money, So I'm surely I gotta pay him if they wanted to work. You want renown people working for you. I think the government has to be competitive. I would imagine that's why that is the U. S reported a 21% drop in new cases of the Corona virus last week and the number of coronavirus pace Into the hospital's also fell, which is all good news. And speaking of our boy rich boy found chief he's President Biden's chief medical advisor on covert 19, He said that to face masks are likely more effective than one were supposed to double bag it good idea that which is not usually good advice. But rich boy found, she said. If you have a physical covering with one layer, you put another layer on it. It just makes common sense that it would likely be more effective. Infectious disease experts from Stanford Mayo and Johns Hopkins. They told Fox News is little evidence on that issue. You won't be able to breathe, but it won't work. You know you could breathe. My wife just does it when she has to go to work. I mean, she's close contact with clients, so she wears masks. Yeah, a plan to make Harriet Tubman the face of the new $20 bill is back on President Biden's administration. They're looking for ways Tonto Speed the process up. First started in 2016 Obama era effort to put Harry and seven on the front of the new twenties being resumed in order for American money to reflect the history and diversity of our country remains to be seen. What happens with that Coca Cola is trending today. It's Coke with coffee and Coke..
"medical advisor" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In shorted Citi Field will not open this week is a vaccination mega site. De Blasio says he still wants to use second dose is being held in reserve as first dose. We have a supply problem. We have a flexibility problem because we can't access second doses that are being held in reserve for weeks ahead and use them now is first doses where there's such intense demand, De Blasio says. With enough vaccine on hand, New York City can vaccinate 500,000 people per week, but he says the city is only receiving 100,000 doses per week. Governor Cuomo as much the same messages Mary DiBlasio well, Governor, Cuomo says some 250,000 more doses expected in New York state mid week but says it's not enough to keep up with demand as the state is capacity to do 100,000 vaccinations a day while the vaccine is still scares across the country. Am, working night and day to get it here for you. Now. City Field is expected open as a mega vaccine hub this week, but that may be delayed due to the shortage. I'm Scott Pringle WR News. A Corona virus continues to surge in the U. S 25 million cases across the United States. The death toll is just under 420,000. President Biden is reinstating covert related travel bands that had been lifted in the final days of the Trump administration. And he's adding a country The Biden administration is planning to re impose a ban on almost all non U. S. Travelers from Brazil, Ireland, the UK and 26 other European countries. South Africa will also be added to that list because of concerns about a variant of covert 19. It has begun to spread beyond that country. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the president's top medical advisor on the pandemic on ABC is Good Morning America said the travel ban was quote prudent. I think the band which was discussed Very intensively by the group was the right decision. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington The House is preparing to send the article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate today. That article accuses Trump of inciting the violent mob that stormed the U. S Capitol earlier this month. The Senate's impeachment trial is slated began the week of February. 8. The house are already charging the former president with incitement of insurrection tomorrow, the senators will be sworn in as jurors. Both sides have agreed to delay the trial for two more weeks. This will give Democrats some time to push through President Joe Biden's Cabinet picks will give Trump more time to repair his defense. That's correspondent Rachel Scott. New York City Restaurant week returns today with a record number of restaurants anticipated. Nearly 600 restaurants from all five boroughs will take part in what's been dubbed restaurant week to go to take out and delivery on Lee version of the semi annual event due to the current ban on indoor dining. The previous record was three. 191 establishments that participated back in the summer of 2017. But more restaurants signing up this year when the organizer waved registration fees, Prix fixe lunches and dinners will be priced at $20.21,.
Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"medical advisor" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"For free and create more places for them to get vaccinated. On his first full day in office. President Biden unveils his plan to fight the pandemic. President Biden's national vaccination plans that's the goal of administering 100 million shots and 100 days and sets up FEMA run vaccination centers. The president also signed 10 executive orders, including one requiring face coverings in airports, trains and public transits. Mass could become a partisan issue. Unfortunately, But it's a patriotic add the administration has proposed to Congress and nearly $2 trillion economic relief package boxes. Jared help run a familiar name returns to the White House to help in the fight as the president's chief medical advisor, Dr Tony Fauci, warning even as the number of covert cases goes down. Deaths may keep rising when you have cases and then a couple of weeks later, you see it represented in hospitalizations, intensive care, and then a couple of weeks later in death. Belci, speaking at a White House briefing, says reports the Trump administration did not have a vaccination plan Our faults, a Japanese government spokesman says there's no truth to our report. About the possible cancelation of the Tokyo Summer Olympics. The pandemic already delay the 2020 Olympics and officials hope with a successful rollout of covert vaccines. The Games will go on. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell wants the Senate to postpone the impeachment trial of former President Trump until mid February..
"medical advisor" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"More incentive. Talk radio for New York and all of America. 1071. W L I. R FM Hampton Bays hands He's undoing Maura what President Trump did I'm Dave Anthony Fox News moments in our history when Maura's asked of us as Americans President Biden at his inauguration celebration last night this morning, he sent a message to the World Health Organization. Funding that have been cut off. His back on Fox is time and no one live in London, Dave President Biden's chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, made it official the United States. Will remain a member of the World Health Organization. Addressing a WH O meeting, Fauci confirmed, the new president has reversed President Trump's pledge to quit the agency. The United States plans to work multilaterally. To respond to every poker. From the covert 19 pandemic. The American shift is welcomed by the organization. This is a good day for W. H O and a good day for global help. That's the director General Tadros Adam gave creates a state so it was just a year ago. Today, the first coronavirus case was confirmed in the US Yesterday. More than 4300 Covert deaths almost a record president. Vinyl signed 10 War executive actions today related to covert will require mask wearing in airports and on some planes and trains and direct disaster funds to reopen some schools. Offer more resource is to vaccinate more people in the U. S. The president signed 17 orders and actions yesterday immediately stopping construction of the southern border wall and reversing the travel ban on passengers coming from majority Muslim countries. Another day, one priority climate change and some executive actions borrowed from the Obama administration like Killing the Keystone XL pipelines permit and rejoining the Paris climate accord. This Fox is Peter Doocy at the White House. The president also had a message for staffers do you ever worked with May and I hear you treat another colleague with disrespect? Talk down to someone. I promise you, I will fire you on the spot. America's listening to Fox News. Heard the good news about covert 19 vaccines. They're here, but you could do more than wait for your turn..
"medical advisor" Discussed on WTOP
"Mission requirements. There is a National Guard Air defense unit that's providing security in and around the capital region. National Guard spokesperson. Major Matt Murphy from the Air Force says they're also using military aircraft to transport military officials around the region because of road closures and is a part of security operations. The National Guard also has three black hawks and three Lakota helicopters that are used for medevac purposes, and they're currently performing routine training and other duties as well as preparation. Or contingencies and medical needs. JJ Green with you T o p any new tonight. Both Maryland and Virginia requested federal emergency declarations on Friday ahead of the presidential inauguration. But the Wall Street Journal reports tonight. FEMA said no to both. The declarations would allow the state to get federal assistance and be reimbursed for money spent on the emergency. Both have sent National Guard troops to D. C. To help protect the capital Virginia has sent about 2400 troops and Maryland has sent thousands of well Spokesperson for Virginia Governor Ralph Northam says they plan on appealing the decision. It's not clear yet if Maryland plans to do the same 10 35 teachers are using multi tasking. But Fairfax County music teachers talking about a new level of multitasking here, he's keeping up instruction while he's deployed with the National Guard, providing security for the inauguration at school. He's Dr Jacob Kohut, music teacher and Fairfax County's Canterbury Woods Elementary and Frost middle schools, but in his Humvee and downtown D. C His National Guard Sergent Jacob Cohade, one of more than 20,000 troops, providing security ahead of the presidential inauguration on Wednesday. I think it's an honor to serve in this capacity for the peaceful transition of power. What's it been like being deployed? We were pleasantly surprised by the support that we were getting from people who just work glad you were there, and covert may be busy with his military service. But he's still.
"medical advisor" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Is dead, several wounded following the shooting at a church in Texas Governor Greg Abbott says one person died in the shooting at the Star Ville Methodist Church about 100 Miles east of Dallas. Abbott also says a suspect is in custody. The governor says he's grateful for the authorities who caught the suspect. Striking the hopeful note during a covert 19 surge across the United States, the nation's top infectious disease doctor on NBC's meet the Press says he believes the country can avoid another lockdown even as the number of Corona virus infections spikes. President elect Biden has called for. 100 days of everybody wearing a mask uniformly throughout the country. That's really a good start. Dr. Anthony Fauci has been chosen as chief medical advisor on the coronavirus to President elect Joe Biden. Federal health officials say over 4.2 million Americans have received their first doses of Corona virus vaccine. The CDC is covert data tracker shows just over 13 million doses have been distributed nationwide. That news comes as the United States marks more than 350,000 deaths from covert 19. The number of confirmed cases tops 20.4 million since the pandemic began in early 2020, a top health official says he's confident the Corona virus vaccines already available will control the new strain of Corona virus, which has made it to the United States..