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Fresh update on "moderna" discussed on All Things Considered
"And put this video on its website featuring a puppet dog asking local health experts about the rollout. So what kind of vaccine I just going to give me at the moment, the HS has ordered the Moderna vaccine. Hopefully, the first supply of the vaccine will be available by the end of 2020. Today, tribal officials say about 85% of the total reservation population is fully vaccinated. That's nearly twice the rate for Americans. Overall, the tribes, Kimberly Boy, we're feeling pretty confident about being able to open up because of the vaccine. You know where we feel like we finally have some type of defense hair. You are how you doing Angelica Heart, and Norman owns the Lodgepole Gallery in Teepee Village in Browning, the reservations largest city. She sells Blackfeet artwork aimed rents a couple of cabins. I have to show you the common room for the cabin Guests hearted Norman was able to weather the 15 month closure with the help of grants from the tribal aimed federal governments, but says she needs to have a successful season this year in order for her business to survive. Despite the financial hardship, she was supportive of last year's shutdown and the tribes vaccination campaign. The tribe did really A tremendous job to keep us all safe. They really did an excellent job. She had added incentive to stay closed last year as her now late husband, a blank feet artist, was battling cancer. And she says tribal leaders were worried that the covid pandemic would wipe out large numbers of Blackfeet people as other diseases like smallpox did in the past. For the last several weeks, though cases on the reservation have not exceeded the single digits. Tribal officials say they are monitoring covid indicators and are ready to take action again. Should the virus surge. All this history made him very alert. And I can only say I try my best. I don't want history. Repeating itself hardened. Norman is still requiring masks in her gallery and has set up an outdoor gathering space for guests staying in her cabins. She doesn't want to feel an outbreak that could lead to another shutdown. For NPR News. I'm Erin.
Fresh update on "moderna" discussed on The World: Latest Edition
"They win there and defeat the bill in congress. It doesn't end their own going battle to defend their rights their territory and the future of their people for the world. I'm michael fox. Florida bliss. Brazil life is getting back to normal and parts of the world. Thanks to messenger. Aren a technology m a vaccines. Basically teach ourselves had to make a protein that will trigger an immune response to fight in this case. Covid it's close to miraculous technology as you can get but only a few places in the world are capable of building these aren vaccines but soon thanks for the world. Health organization and france companies in south africa might south africa's president cyril ramaphosa called the step historic through this initiative novice. We will change the narrative of an africa. That is a centre of disease and poor development activists like fatima hasan who directly health justice initiative in capetown south africa. Hope the initiative can be a game changer on the continent. So the idea is that. It's a partnership between a consortium of the research institutions academic scientists and universities in south africa as well as a local public private initiative remain to be working together with the support of the south african government to be able to do two things one is to immediately take his that would be shared with them to scale up in your factoring of xi's and therapeutics but also over time and the indication is between nine to twelve months. Start working with new partners and to assess new applications for potentially new vaccines not just for covid nineteen but for other diseases as well as so. Obviously we welcome the announcement that there's going to be a hub which is going to benefit the rest of the continent of the question is which company will actually step forward now in this pandemic and in future pandemics to shear the technology with the hub. So that we can start scaling up supplies without the explicit cooperation of his companies without the passing of the trips waiver and without and immediate relaxation of intellectual property. Rules is going to be very difficult to be able to get a voluntary transfer of technology from these frontrunner vaccine companies. Do see the move is kind of calling the bluff of companies in the west. Who say yes. We will share. Definitely is her for months. We've been told that they isn't manufacturing capacity that there's no capacity in the global tells to be able to use the what's called a complex technology to be able to scale up that particular in for and what we've shown is that the opposite is actually true. We've been saying for months that these under utilized capacity in many parts of the global south including in africa and particularly in south africa. And they were there to be an explicit cooperation. Were there to be genuine sharing of the backseat know-how in transfer of that knowledge we would actually being of a different situation in this pandemic. In my country right now pays retrieved vaccinating very slow i mean the whole continent only has less than three percent of people actually vaccinated. So we're really hoping that the hub will actually could potentially one day become a game changer. But it won't become a game changer. If the us government and the companies that have benefited from public funding for this research are not willing to sit around the table. Actually share the technology with the hub without agreement from leaders like moderna pfizer to share the technology. You're saying that this hub is really just theoretical. Right now yeah so. That is a concern that we have. There's been a lot of fanfare about the announcement of the hub. But i think really the question. Now has to be posed to the us government into companies like madonna and fiso well. Are you going to participate in this particular initiative and if not why not and if these companies refuse you know the question is why doesn't the biden administration just stepping. They could compel the transfer of technologies. So those are real concerns. Fatima is still do. See this plan as historic look. I think it's too early to tell. I wouldn't want to call it historic. i think it's important. I think it sends a few signals. One that you know if you create a challenge and people are actually willing to make the necessary investments and if you have the right partners you can create the necessary infrastructure to be able to deal with the issue of a lack of manufacturing capacity. But i think fundamentally the question that it will pose or or the question that that has to be answered is to what extent are richer nations. And you know a handful of vaccine company. Ceo's going to want to participate in initiatives that can actually deka modify vaccines and therapeutics and all lifesaving medicines so you know it's it's just really absurd to asset in the middle of a pandemic in the situation where we having to beg companies to share their technology and to really try and get vaccines to everyone. Who needs it so for now. I think it's it's too early to say whether this will be a success or not. I think it's an important initiative but a lot is now going to depend on the ability of unfortunately politicians to get the right partners to be able to share their technology. I understand the the political side of this but just in terms of an m. r. n. A hub up and running. I mean isn't the science difficult and isn't it time consuming to replicate this so the early indications on not being some examples of marina facilities coming online within six to nine months and that has happened in europe and public citizen has documented a lot of that And what we've been saying for the last few months in respect of the amarna platform is that it is possible to actually set up the necessary facilities to be able to make a marina based vaccine and that is certainly happened in europe. And we certainly can do to africa's well fortum her son directly health justice initiative in south africa. She's been speaking with us from capetown. Thank you very much for your time. Fatima britain has a new tv news channel. Gb news launched ten days ago. Promising to talk about the things that really matter to the people of britain even though its main investors all come from outside the uk as europe correspondent orla barry reports from london..
Fresh update on "moderna" discussed on All Things Considered
"But also what kind of immune responses they have to the vaccine, particularly an abiding responses, Atmar says. It's unknown right now, if a booster shot will be needed for anyone. Regardless of what vaccine you originally got. But right now, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are showing about 90% protection for six months. If it's determined, we will need a boost After that. Atmar says. Baylor's trial will help determine which vaccine will be best. I'm at Harold in Houston, with more people going back to the office..
Fresh update on "moderna" discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Dot org where do you wanna go marjorie in hudson. Don thank you very much around with dr don high high so i called in about five or six weeks ago. The topic of the day was had to convince people to take the vaccine and adjusted. We ought to publicize figure out and publicize. What percentage of people who are putting the hospital from covid or killed by it. We're not fully vaccinated. You were pretty enthusiastic about the idea. So i wanna ask dr cook and head. Do we know that yet. And if we don't want we find out and if we do talk about it more great thank you for calling back i love. I love the continuity of So so well we. We certainly have very good data on the correlation between vaccination and risk reduction of being hospitalized and getting sick And you know that data is is incredibly strong on. we know that again If you've had two doses of moderna pfizer or the single jane j. that your risk being hospitalized goes down substantially to very low And as a result of of that we are on having you know incredibly few numbers of.
Fresh update on "moderna" discussed on The Dori Monson Show
"Oh, it's infuriating. Okay, So anyway, I am. I will say that it's nice that you have a pharmacists who's willing to explain that to you and figure that out for you because that's important. To be told. I think you'll probably call your doctor and they'll probably say, Oh, yeah, sure. I can do that. And then she'll know for the future and so on. Right? Well, I did. I left a voicemail as soon as I got home last night. And I said, Hey, can I get the double strength so it won't cost me $500? People think they have no option like that, and we're just pay so good on your pharmacists Well, and it's It's like this stuff in, you know, with the shots. The shots are free. No, they're not. Moderna made $1.5 billion first quarter Pfizer made $3.7 billion first quarter. Don't tell everybody. The shots are free because the pharmaceutical companies are making billions and billions of dollars off of them. Okay. So now what's the latest news on all.
CDC to Meet on Rare Heart Inflammation Following COVID Vaccines
"Fading from view comes another potential twist. I wouldn't panic. The CDC says It will hold an emergency meeting this week to talk about a higher than usual number of cases of heart inflammation reported following Covid 19 vaccinations. Why is not entirely clear that obvious concern is that Some way. Somehow, the vaccine stimulates your immune system, which then acts against your heart causes injury to the heart. Another concern it seems to be popping up more and young people, According to a recent report, the CDC identified 226 cases of the condition called myocarditis in people, 30 or younger who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Most were mailed, and the conditions seem to occur more often after their second does with chest pain as the most common symptom myocarditis is rare across across the board. It is a rare thing, Cornwell says. Most young, healthy people should fully recover over time. A rare minority will have serious complications from it, which can be you know if you have permanent heart damage from inflammation of your heart. Um, that obviously is a serious problem. It's too early to say for certain if these cases are directly tied to the covid vaccine or the result of better reporting, But Cornwell says, it's all part of a learning process. Everything we do in medicine has risks. You know, A lot of what we do is a risk benefit ratio, and we try to apply the things where the benefits are large and the risks are small. The CDC's emergency meeting is scheduled for June 18th. Dr Cornwell says he expects will have a little more information on this in the next few weeks. Once Rachel skied
Moderna Asks FDA to Clear COVID-19 Vaccine for Adolescents 12 to 17
"Wu Moderna is asking the FDA to clear its covid vaccine for 12 to 17 year olds. The drugmaker has filed for emergency use authorization, setting a study of more than 3700 adolescents. Currently, fighters vaccine is the only one approved for that age group in the
Moderna & Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines May Soon Be Available for Kids
"Have Covid vaccines available for kids as young as five. In the coming months. The Cambridge drugmaker as well as Pfizer, both working on clinical trials in hopes of delivering those vaccines to infants as young as six months old as well following demand for
"moderna" Discussed on AP News
"Moderna has filed the request in Europe for its coronavirus vaccine to be used in adolescents. Last month, the European Union drug regulator approved the shot made by Pfizer and Biontech for Children aged 12 to 15 in the U. S. That Pfizer vaccine has been approved for emergency use in kids 12 to 15. The Supreme Court will not review the law that requires only men to register for the draft. The military Selective Service Act is one of the few remaining federal laws treating men and women differently. Women's rights groups had urged the high court to take up the issue, saying the law imposes a serious burden on men but not women. And also sends a harmful message that women are less fit to serve. Three justices, though, say Congress is weighing whether to change the law, which is a reason for the high court not to take the case. The constitutional question could be seen as one with little practical impact. There hasn't been a draft since the Vietnam War, and the military has been all volunteer since soccer Megane Washington A unanimous Supreme Court ruled thousands of people living in the U. S. For humanitarian reasons are ineligible to apply to become permanent residents. The deadline was set for today for the White House and Congress to work out details on an infrastructure bill. Vice President Kamala Harris faces a major test of her diplomatic skills when she meets with Guatemala's president as part of her efforts to address the root cause of migration to the US from that region. A replica of the Statue of Liberty, smaller but based on the original plaster cast of its big sister on Ellis Island, is being given a send off in France ahead of a trip to the US for Independence Day. Liam Walls. He is with the U. S embassy in France. This is a really important ceremony to remind us of the strong links with France and the French critical French role in this gift from the people of France..
Nets Finish Round One of NBA Playoffs Over Celtics
"By closing out Boston in five games, and that's when it won 23 19. Phoenix beat the Lakers and they take a three games to two lead in their MBA first round series after a 1 15 85 win and the Denver Nuggets took a three games to two lead by beating Portland. 1 47 1 40 in double overtime sports attended 40 past each hour. Tom Cutler, Come on, Who's Moderna
Moderna Applies for Full FDA Approval of Its COVID-19 Vaccine
"The second Cove in 19 vaccine maker to ask for full FDA approval. And right now both Madonna adviser have emergency use authorization, health experts believe, and they hope That full approval will be a big step towards combating vaccine hesitancy. It may take several months before the majority vaccine is fully backed by the FDA, but as vaccination rates plateau in parts of the country and downright drop in others Doctors hope getting full authorization from the FDA will add one more level of confidence in the Kobe vaccine that was ABC. Stephanie Ramos
Moderna Seeks Full FDA Approval for Its Vaccine
"Madonna says it is now seeking full FDA approval for its covert nineteen vaccine more than one hundred twenty four million doses of majora's vaccine have already been given in the U. S. under emergency use authorization now the drug makers following Fizer in pursuing full approval for use in adults Madonna says it has started submitting data from its large scale vaccine studies it's also planning to seek emergency use approval this month for use in teens after reporting last week the vaccine appears safe and effective in kids as young as twelve Sager made Donnie Washington
Moderna Applies for Full FDA Approval for Its COVID-19 Vaccine
"Death. Madonna is now seeking FDA approval for its cove in 19, the vaccine full approval. It's the second drug maker to apply, which would allow the company to market its vaccine directly to consumers. With Madonnas and visors. Vaccines are currently being used under an emergency use
Moderna to Seek FDA Approval for COVID-19 Vaccine for Adolescents
"Looks like a second vaccine option. Might be available for kids. Twelve up soon. Madonna now says its vaccine. One hundred percent effective at protecting against covid nineteen in a study with adolescents ages. Twelve seventeen and it didn't report any serious safety concerns. of course. The two dose maduna vaccine is already authorized for adults in the us. So now the drug maker plans to ask the fda to give the okay for the shots to be offered to younger people too. If the fda agrees it'll become these second covid vaccine available to kids twelve and up the pfizer vaccine got authorization earlier this month and it's now available for teens
Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17
"World with the Moderna Covert 19 vaccine found to be 100% effective in kids. 12 to 17 years old. One Wisconsin medical expert says This is an important part of the vaccination puzzle. Single person that gets vaccinated gets us closer to a new normal Medical College of Wisconsin president CEO Dr John Raymond says kids 12 to 15 are about 5% of the population. Kids, 12 and under are about 15% really an important group. Right now They're the individuals that are most likely to get infected with covert 19. Dr. Raymond says he's optimistic that both the Fizer and Moderna vaccines will be fully approved by the FDA. By July. MELISSA BAR CLAY
Moderna Says Its Covid Vaccine Is 100% Effective in Teens
"Before Donald Trump became president. Madonna says it's vaccine strongly protects Children as young as 12 from Corona virus and now wants emergency use approval from the FDA. CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Egas clinical trials in ages five through 12, and they just six months through five years are all going and
Moderna Reports COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy of 100% in Adolescents
"Saris, covert bank scenes in the United States, says Their formula will now work for teenagers. Fox is Evan Brown. Reports mode. Erna reports their phase three clinical trials of their Corona virus vaccine on patients ages. 12 to 18. Showed a 100% efficacy rate, meaning none of the 3700 teams in the study developed symptoms or tested positive for Cove it after two weeks of receiving the second dose. It's expected Moderna will formally present these findings to regulators. It's competitive. Fizer is product is already being given to teens under an emergency use authorization. Both companies air seeking full FDA approval. Evan Brown, Fox
Moderna: COVID-19 Vaccine Works in Kids as Young as 12
"Moderna says It's Corona virus vaccine is 100% effective in people between the ages of 12 to 17, the company said they would like to ask the FDA for emergency approval now to give the shot two kids as early as next month. The approval process. Will take about a
Moderna says its COVID-19 shot works in kids as young as 12
"Moderno is working on a code nineteen vaccine for children as young as twelve moderno says it's called a nineteen shot strongly protects kids as young as twelve and could become a second option for that age group behind Fizer modernist says it will submit its teen data to the FDA and other global regulators early next month the company studied more than thirty seven hundred twelve to seventeen year olds additional findings show the vaccine triggered the same kind of immune protection in kids as it does in adults along with the same kind of temporary side effects there were no cope with nineteen cases in those given two doses of modern era compared with four cases among kids given dummy shots actually after
The State of Vaccinations in the U.S.
"Alison. Over the weekend rhode island became the eighth state to reach a goal set by president biden to get seventy percent of adults vaccinated with at least one shot by july. Fourth is the rest of the country on track lost so far. Many of the smaller northeastern states have reached this goal. I including maine massachusetts vermont and new jersey nationwide about sixty one percent of adults have received their first dose and very close to half are now fully vaccinated so this is all good news but in states. Vaccinations remain much lower including alabama mississippi. Arkansas utah it's kind of unclear. I mean nationwide. The number of daily. Vaccinations has declined over the last month. Part of this. Is it a lot of people already been vaccinated. Now we're at about one point. Seven million shots a day so we have a ways to go as a country. General vivek murthy has pointed to survey data showing that more people would be motivated to roll up their sleeves if their employers gave time off to get the shot and recover from it so employers not only have an opportunity to increase fascination rates. It turns out that they can also help the close. The equity gallon. Vaccinations and you know. In recent weeks mega retailers including target and walmart have announced compensation and incentives for hourly employees who get vaccinated some employees have been offered cash bonuses. Yeah in house and can we take a second to talk about what is going on in my home state of ohio right now. I saw my parents this weekend and they were telling me what they were going to do. When they won the vaccine million. Yes oh hi. Oh has gotten a ton of attention for this lottery program so for the next five weeks beginning. This week there will be a one million dollar lottery. Draw for people who get their first dose of the pfizer or moderna vaccine or the one dose of j. and j. other states have jumped on this lottery bandwagon oregon kentucky maryland in new york ruled out something called the vaccine scratch initiative with that four million dollar possible when so ohio was really touting. Some pretty impressive numbers in terms of a boost in vaccinations. And i think it's surprising. Just how well lotteries may work. I talked to a behavioral economist about this katie milkman at the university of pennsylvania and your parents might appreciate this mattie the hijack pot is really alluring and feels like a game and because we overweight small probability that we might win and wonderful coke. They're really highly motivating. There's lots of research showing that lotteries can be used to change all sorts of other health
CDC Investigating Rare Heart Inflammation Among Vaccinated Teens and Young Adults
"Of heart inflammation among teens and young adults have been fully vaccinated against covert 19 Vaccine Safety group says the condition's been reported in young people who have gotten the Moderna and Fizer vaccines Group says there have only been a few reported cases of the heart problem Reaction and the symptoms appear to be mild. A new law in Florida will
Moderna Turns First Profit, Boosted by Its COVID-19 Vaccine
"Moderna today, saying it's covert 19 vaccine is 6 96% effective in Children ages 12 to 17, the drug maker, announcing the results of its face to trial at the same time, it reported first quarter earnings. It says it's vaccine generated more than $1.5 billion in revenue in its first quarter. This morning's announcement comes ahead of Fizer is expected approval from federal regulators early next week to use its vaccine and adolescents. Currently, covert vaccines are only approved for people 16 and older federal approval of one or more vaccines against the disease could mean many middle and high school students could be vaccinated before school begins in
Moderna Says Covid Booster Generates Promising Response Against South Africa, Brazil Variants
"Modern is saying a booster shot has generated a promising immune response against new variants of the virus of Iris, first identified in South Africa and Brazil. Those variants the new data from ongoing clay. Nickel trial is the company looks to see how the vaccine can stop the spread of these variants and the virus itself.
"moderna" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Moderna is reportedly looking to set up a unit in South Korea, a South Korean business publication says the Cambridge based vaccine maker has posted a notice to recruit a general manager for the operation. Separately, Moderna is joining other vaccine makers and supplying doses to the program called Kovacs, which was set up to help lower income nations. Sources say great television is in advanced talks to acquire MEREDITH's TV stations. MEREDITH has television stations in Springfield and in Hartford, Gray has stations and Burlington, Vermont and in Bangor in Presque Isle, Maine. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Hullinger. With New England BUSINESS SON WBZ. Boston's news radio President Biden's aggressive push to cut the nation's greenhouse gas emissions in half and less than a decade is getting the turbines spinning on wind farms off the coast of Rhode Island. Federal regulators have begun a review for revolution wind and it's 100 turbine Wind Farm off Block Island. It joined several others in New England waters ready to go Vineyard Wind is set to be the first With an opening target for 2023. The Environmental Protection Agency moves to cut the use of a powerful climate polluter using refrigeration and air conditioning. CBS News Environmental correspondent Ben Tracy has more the Environmental Protection Agency is moving to phase down the use of a potent greenhouse gas. Used it most refrigerators and air conditioners. They're cold hydrofluorocarbons and are thousands of times more potent than carbon dioxide. When it comes to warming the planet EPA is proposing a new rule, which would reduce their use by 85% over the next 15 years. This is the first time the federal government has set national limits on HFCs and is part of the body administration's goal to cut US greenhouse gas emissions in half. 2030 Ben Tracy. CBS NEWS Washington Our kids next in line for the covert vaccine will explain up neck way saved serious cash with our progressive home and auto bundle can use the money to buy a new boat who's ready to water ski. This'd is not a real testimony off. Sure, Customers can save big.
Moderna to Boost COVID-19 Vaccine Production to Meet Global Demand
"moderna" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Yanni welcome to technician. It's great to speak with you today. Thank you for having me peter. Now it's a pleasure. Well marcello you are the chief digital and operational excellence officer of moderna and moderna is certainly a company that many who are listening. We'll be familiar with given the importance of the company during the pandemic. But i wonder if you could take a quick moment to just give a thumbnail sketches to moderna business. Yeah so so. Madonna was founded the now almost ten years ago and on the promise of messenger army and as a as a medicine. So what messenger irony does. It's in your daily activity. Your body produces probably billions of messenger. Made that goes to the dna and from did the enemy they could use protein and protein. This is what makes your body works. And so what madonna does is we sympathize. This messenger aurigny and send instructions to the cell to produce those proteins to prevent or cure diseases so simple. This is what we do and this can be declined in many many settings a to either prevent ocular diseases so the most the most known one is the vaccine. Because what we do was the vaccine is with produce the protein that exist on the surface of the virus and let your immune system respond to this to those protein and build the date munity against those proteins and by building this unity when the virus come the virus has exactly the same signature because those are protein from the surface of the virus and f. Our immune system is ready to replicate against the buyers. So this is the setting of vaccines but we do as well work on on quality. We were on rare disease. We walk on autoimmune so we have twenty plus programs in at different stages in development at that stage. If i take another example and let's say grab diseases. Diseases they usually. You're missing a either a protein. An enzyme or something is missing in yaw dna. So what we do is sympathize. Missing protein was the code of this gene is missing from the dna and the messenger army and we send them instructs the cells to produce those those proteins or enzymes. That are missing..
"moderna" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Well saving the world basically much respect. Dr navarra fine. Thank you so much for joining us. The chairman of moderna and also the flagship the us as the richest nation in the world and has been for a long time but while black people make up around thirteen percent of the population..
"moderna" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"moderna" Discussed on KOMO
"Moderna, Johnson and Johnson and others are giving lawmakers that update on increasing vaccine supply and availability Democratic Congresswoman Diane to get it. Says. We might have what we might have now isn't enough to meet demand, but noted it will hopefully go up significantly in the coming months because of the Biden administration. In the meantime, the president honoring the Americans killed by covert 19 more from ABC News, senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce An emotional president Biden consoling a nation with a somber moment of silence, marking a staggering milestone. More than half a million Americans dead from the Corona virus. Remember each person we've lost Lives they lived. Love Was there left behind? We will get through this. I promise you, the president memorialize Ng the lives lost in urging Americans to fight this pandemic together as we all remember. Also asked us to act. Remain vigilant. Safe, Stay socially distance. Mask up. Get vaccinated when it's your turn some good news, Johnson and Johnson announcing if authorized, they expect to deliver enough doses of their single shot vaccine to vaccinate 20 million Americans by the end of March, the administration now racing to catch up with delays caused by winter storms. We don't anticipate That all backlog doses will be delivered. By midweek, the CDC now reporting that more than 44 million U. S. Adults have had at least one dose of the vaccine, and nearly 20 million have had both doses. And there are clear signs that vaccinations along with the decrease in community spread or having a positive impact on nursing home deaths. Since early January, weekly deaths in nursing homes have declined by about 70%. In fact, covert tracking project reports cases in nursing homes last week where the lowest recorded since May. In Illinois, Kate Wrigley and Ashley Kennedy haven't been able to visit their 85 year old grandfather in person at his nursing home since March. They say they're grateful he's getting his second vaccine does this week for excited. We're looking forward to win. We get to see him again. We we've missed him so much, and we know we're very blessed that he's still here with us. Now, With new variants emerging, there is still a long way to go to new studies out of San Francisco. So that a California bred variant maybe more infectious than others. It may explain the recent explosion of cases in that state and researchers are now it requesting that the CDC added to a watch list, which could make it the first U. S variant Added to that list That's ABC News. Senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce. Come on his time. 19 this winter storm bursting pipes and homes and businesses. And we've also seen a number of water main breaks here in the Dallas Fort Worth area, and there have been impact on the supply chain. Long lines for basic needs, like food and water at grocery stores and also distribution sites. And then you compound all of that, with sticker shock that Texans are experiencing many of them, saying they have received electricity bills in the thousands of dollars in the midst of this crisis. It is.
"moderna" Discussed on Start Here
"An explosive story. In the new york times that talked about a an attorney within the department of justice geoffrey clarke who had been the head of the justice department's environmental division and it it woven clark working with president trump tried to overturn the will of the people specifically in georgia georgia. There were tens of thousands of illegal votes cast and counted. You know that this was happening in the closing days of the trump administration diesel have confidence in bill. Barr asked me that in a number of weeks from now. Bill barr had left as attorney. General and jeffrey rosen stepped. In as the acting attorney general we have targeted. On active duty involving opioids at every level of the supply chains. Jeffrey rosen was never thought to necessarily be a trump loyalist but but a steadfast attorney at the justice department. Who had brought jeffrey clark along. And mentored him both the private sector and within the justice department. Good morning i'm jeff clark the head of the civil division and i. I wanted to start out by thanking the deputy attorney general for his leadership and according to the new york times account. Jeffrey clark wanted to oust his mentor. After rosen refused entreaties to try and get the justice department to step in and stop georgia from certifying the election. Start with that bombshell recording of a phone call revealing president trump pressuring an election official in georgia to turn his defeat to joe biden. We believe what we do. Have an active election. Rosen said repeatedly during internal discussions that the department had found no evidence that anything went wrong in georgia or in any other state where the president had publicly questioned the election results and he thought that was the end of it. But it turns out that. Jeffrey clark went behind his back and went to the white house to discuss the idea with president trump of of trying to insert the justice department. If only the president would fire rosen and install him as the acting attorney general and i'm thinking like in that moment there's a new acting attorney general of the united states that president trump is putting essentially to specifically say. No we are going to overturn. What happened in georgia. I got to imagine that that only raises the stakes for everyone who's been around the capital for everyone who's thinking about protests and even violence like that all would have inflamed tensions even more from the from the right like i got to imagine you're entering pure crisis territory if that ended up happening. This was a step that bill barr. Who was long thought to be one of donald. Trump's most loyal associates never would take i read it about bill barr that he's my personal attorney that he'll do anything for me and i said you know it really is genius because what they do is that and it makes it really impossible for them to ever give you a victory. And so now for a new acting attorney general. The stakes were incredibly. High and jeffrey rosen. Got together with other senior leaders of the justice department and they effectively made a pact. That if rosen. Was fired and jeffrey clark. Installed as the new acting attorney general they were all going to resign en masse and they told the president this and ultimately the president backed off fearing that a mass resignation if the justice department would draw comparisons to the nixon era and ultimately Overshadow any attempt. He he wanted to make to challenge the results in georgia. Since essentially the the small group of people in the doj. The kept us from mushrooming even larger. I should point out. Clark denies this account. He said he did not devise a plan. To oust jeff rosen. He says he did not basis arguments online misinformation. He also not explain what he did. Say the president. He cited privileged here erin. In the meantime you're still seeing conspiracy theories baseless conspiracy. Theories batted around some of them involving. You know the company that created these voter machines for georgia. That company is kind of instructing people on how to deal with baseless claims. You can always sue if they're fabrications. There is a new lawsuit by dominion the big voting machine. Company against rudy giuliani president. Trump's personal attorney and dominion has just headed up to here with with giuliani with sydney powell. In this whole other cast of characters that have been out there spinning these conspiracy theories that somehow dominion tipped the election in favor of joe biden. Because they're a venezuelan front with ties to go chavez. One of the experts that has examined these crooked dominion machines has absolutely. What he believes is conclusive proof that in the last ten percent. Fifteen percent of the vote counted. The votes would deliberately changed dominion filed a one point. Three billion dollar defamation suit you heard that right. They're seeking more than a billion dollars in damages from from rudy. Giuliani in the lawsuit. Said the juliani knows there's no actual evidence and yet he's spinning these theories on radio on television online program that machine from the outside to accomplish that and they've been doing it for years to favor. The democrats crucially though bread not in court where lying has consequences and dominion is is welcoming. The the idea that this could be aired in open court. We're looking at everybody. What role they played in either making statements themselves about dominion or perpetuating this the false statements that were made. They want to make sure they clear their name because they say executives have been harassed and threatened and the company's reputation needlessly questioned rudy. giuliani said. he's excited about this because he says it will finally give him a chance to prove his allegations but this is a fight dominion wants and wants out in the open because the company said they think. It'll prove giuliani aligarh. And really as these companies and people been facing these lawsuits from groups like dominion the being told by lawyers to put up or shut up like show us any evidence that would sustain sheet. Anything you're saying is true here right after that. Several conservative media companies started issuing these corrective statements and newsmax would like to clarify its news coverage. Note that it has not reported as true certain claims made about these companies. Then you've also got people like sydney powell saying she is retracting. Nothing just like giuliani facing billion dollar lawsuit erin katersky. Thanks so much. Thank you brad emma. Last thing at this point in the biden presidency. They're going to be big policy items crossed off the to do list every single day in fact last night the senate confirmed janet yellen as the first woman to lead the treasury department in its history. The ban on transgender servicemembers is gone but in the middle of the white house briefing yesterday press secretary. Jen psaki announced another piece of guidance. The treasury department is taking steps to resume efforts to put. Harriet tubman on the front of the new twenty dollar notes. That's right harriet tubman. Who who aerobically helped people escape. Slavery is supposed to replace andrew jackson on the twenty dollar bill which might make you. Oh yeah wait. I forgot that was supposed to happen. Well there are more of these as you. New air force one and doing that for other presidents from me for years. We don't air force one is supposed to get a big remodel soon. Former president trump for the color scheme to be changed to red white and blue. Is that going to happen. Sake says I can confirm for you. Hear the president has not spent a moment thinking about the color scheme of air force one or anything in the house or any article. Anything also remember the policy. From the obama years were americans would just be able to go to cuba whenever they wanted. President obama touching down air force. One here in havana. An image unimaginable not long ago. We'll biden is now going to be asked. That's back on the table. Same with an old obama order that would make large companies. Disclose how much they're paying then versus women long with breaking salaries down by race. And we know it's one thing to promise it's another thing to deliver. President obama announced the addition of.
"moderna" Discussed on 5 Things
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"moderna" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update
"We are on track to get the second coronavirus vaccine approved by the end of the week on tuesday. The fda confirmed that modernist to dose vaccine is safe and effective in the first week of its roll out about six million doses will be shipped out. The government also bought another one hundred million doses from madonna for a total of two hundred million at a cost of three point. Two billion dollars. Sarah overall health care reporter at politico joins us for more good vaccine news. Thanks for joining us sarah. Well happy to be here. It seems we're on the same track as we were last week with pfizer vaccine. The fda has cleared the path for the second coronavirus vaccine to be approved. This is the one from dirna. It's very similar to the pfizer. Vaccine the fda panel will go through it make recommendations and hopefully over the weekend and early next week will already be seeing shots administered of the modern vaccine. So sarah tell us a little bit about what. The fda panel has said about this vaccine. They said it's safe and effective. This is basically for last week. So the five vaccine was authorized by fda last week on very similar data which is why we are pretty confident about the trajectory for this modano. One we expect that after a expert advisory panel meets on thursday. The fda could be authorizing as soon as friday morning as it did with pfizer. And then we will have a cd panel meeting over the weekend talk about recommendations for who this goes to i love because they are really similar vaccines they have a very similar technology called messenger. They also have almost identical effectiveness rate. We can expect some of those same. Things are important distinctions for them down. I want especially with certain populations that they have different data for for instance. It shows that it's more effective than younger people than it is and people over the age of sixty five. That could be a really important distinction as we've always doses out and find out that maybe the pfizer one is more ideal for nursing homes and the modano one might be more ideal for people who work in high exposure areas but aren't necessarily as old as somebody who's anymore foldable situation. So these are the things we're gonna find out over the next few days but you're right we could as of next week have millions more doses to be shipping out across the country the initial round of doses are obviously limited. How many doses are we going to be able to see. Go out in the first push. So they're actually willie more of the dancers in the first person there were the size are ones government. Officials have said that nearly six million will be put out in more than three thousand sites next week if we do have this authorized which were expected to that's in comparison to two point nine million doses from tyzzer that are going out as we speak and two point nine million from visor that have been held back for a second dose so between the two of them each has promised twenty million doses a piece this month which is forty million total but they all are veterans. You can think of this as twenty million very high need people getting doses this month. There was some criticism with the government's action on the pfizer vaccine for not buying that extension or extra doses. But on this case with the modern vaccine the us did exercise their right to buy one hundred million additional doses of moderna vaccine. Tell us a little bit about that. And then the costs associated with it because this one is a little more closely tied to operation warp speed. The government gave him a during a more money to develop this whole thing exactly and so they had options with both of those pharmaceutical companies to buy one hundred million doses originally but the option to buy hundreds of millions more with each of them to chris. Them lately has been They did not exercise that option when they could have with visor so they had an option to buy up to five hundred million doses. Some them and according to her they offer that to be got multiple times in the government. Didn't take them up on that and so they moved on. They have signed multiple different agreements with other countries in the world. I mean think about the entire world wants these highly effective vaccine so kind of to them that loss or to shore up our supplies here in the united states. The united states announced late last week that they would die a hundred million more of the moderna vaccine and not brings its total cost montana to three point. Two billion dollars which is eye-popping. But when you think about how much is company which has never mass produced a vaccine product ever before moderna. This is going to be there. I authorized product. This is a huge undertaking. That's why there's so much money going towards this. So you can think about this as the us trying to shore up its supplies in this arena but it also has multiple other payments out there with six manufacturers total to get if everything goes right. Nine hundred billion doses. That might seem like a lot like way too much for the us but we don't know how many of those are going to work we even just last week. That a vaccine from synovium glaxosmithkline is going to be delayed until the end of two thousand twenty one because they didn't get really good results. So this is why the us government betting so big and the moderna vaccine for its part is easier to ship and store than the pfizer. One is so you know. Maybe this vaccine will make it into rural areas a little more easily. So there's benefits you know in pros and cons to each one kind of on their self. At least a good thing that they bought a bunch of those extra orders and last thing. I wanted to ask. Real quick was just about how the moderna vaccine protects. There's been things it can Use severe effects of corona virus. They're hoping obviously that it'll reduce transmission rates but that's kind of what the focus was of their study as well and just how effective this would be so that was something he land in the food and drug administration's briefing documents tuesday morning with that. Not only is this. Affective broadly whether the suggestion that after the first dose in my even have curbed infections. And you might think that's pretty obvious. That's what vaccine you supposed to do. But we don't actually know yet. How effective vaccine would be at preventing transmission which is kind of the ultimate goal. We don't want people to have to get sick in the first place. This indicates that the magenta vaccine might be able to do that. And then like you said with severe cova illness. There are really promising results. From the moderna vaccine. There were thirty severe illnesses and you perceive a arm and none in the vaccine arm. That's great news so we actually have between us and visor to really promising candidates. I out of the gate. We kind of expect for better to be honest to now. It's you know it's the challenge of getting this out to people getting it to the people who need it most right away and meeting the demand that we know we're going to have in the united states and also in the world sarah overall health care reporter at politico. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you for having me. I'm oscar ramirez and this has been reopening america. don't forget the for today's big news stories. You can check me out in the daily podcast. Every monday. 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"moderna" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update
"More great vaccine is this week as moderna has said that their vaccine candidate appears to be ninety. Four point five percent effective against covid nineteen. The other good news is that this one can be stored at standard refrigerator temperatures for a month before being used which will make it easier to ship and store karen weintraub health reporter at usa. Today joins us for more. Thanks for joining us. Karen much having some more really good news on the vaccine front last week we heard from this week. We're hearing from dern they're out of cambridge massachusetts and their vaccine candidate they're saying is ninety four point five percent effective against covid nineteen really great news so karen help us run down what we're learning about the moderna vaccine now right. So they're both based on the same technology actually so they're very similar vaccines madonna can be given at a doesn't have to be kept quite as frozen so maybe a little more practical to give especially in rural places but essentially they're very similar vaccines and they're both showing incredible effectiveness. Now these two vaccines as you mentioned. They're both using m. r. n. a. Something that we've never approved before in vaccine. This is pretty new technology and this would be the first thing if approved first pair of vaccines that are using this type of technology. How does that work exactly. So it basically uses the body's own system we make our in as as all the time this trains our body to make a protein that is found on the surface of the virus that causes covid and once our body is used to seize this virus. It's trained to see this protein. It attacks it and response and the good thing you know what happens. Now is a couple of rounds of good news and then right away. We start getting very optimistic about the future. So we have to vaccines. That are coming up. Shaping up really good in. This gives everybody a lot of hope for other ones because we're going to need multiple vaccine candidates to be able to get this across the country across the world. Yes there's no question that we need as many as we can get and assume that several people today who say that. The good news from pfizer. And the durham bodes well for the other vaccines. They're all targeting. The same protein on the surface of the of the virus and so the fact that one and two working suggests that others will as well. Let's talk a little bit more about the effectiveness so pfizer had about forty four thousand people enrolled in their clinical trial and moderna. They had about thirty thousand people and this is also a two-shot protocol. What are we learning. About how many people came down with the virus going through the shots. The way these trials up is they evacuated bunch of people and then wait until they get sick unfortunately because we have so much virus circulating in the us right now. It hasn't taken that long to get a lot of people sick. In both cases. I think five hundred ninety four people who fell ill and madonna had ninety five out of maderna's ninety five five of them had been in a vaccine arm of the trial while the rest had gotten a placebo. So ninety out of ninety five. Get a placebo. Get it and then got the placebo. It only five in the vaccine arm get it. You can statistically conclude at least at this point that it's ninety almost ninety five percent effective. They will look again. This was an interim analysis the final analysis communist at about one hundred sixty infections for both and at that point swimming. These numbers hold. They can be sure that it's ninety more than ninety percent sure that those numbers are real. This vaccine more so than pfizer was involved with operation warp speed. I mean this is being done in conjunction with the us government. Tell us a little bit about that relationship right. The government has been working for years with madonna to develop this platform. This means of of making vaccines quickly for exactly this purpose. Because we don't know. God forbid what's coming next out of the woods somewhere you know we. We tend to be viruses. Tend to come from animals and we can't predict what's coming next so the idea was to create a vaccine that could be deployed quickly in a circumstance. Like this and they still have a few more hoops to go through are going to file for the emergency use authorization. Obviously but there's hurdles with regards to production and a couple of other things as well so They're like visor in particular is likely to go through those very quickly. They have to pass manufacturing to prove that they can manufacture this vaccine safely and its scale five or has said they will have that done by this week. They're also waiting for safety data which is not expected to be a problem but had to wait until two months until half the in the trial at least had got had gone two months after their second infection. If you're gonna have a bad reaction to a vaccine that's very likely to come within the first six weeks of getting the vaccine so the federal government asked him to wait eight weeks to make sure that there weren't problems mysterious problems cropping up at this point. They haven't seen anything but these do have some consequences. You're gonna probably feel lousy for a day or two after getting them muscle pain. You know little fever tired like you have the flu for a day or two so they are not without some side effects but it's a lot better than ending up at a hospital and finally tell us a little bit about the storage of this because you mentioned that you know when we were talking about the pfizer. It has to be sold a really really cold temperatures. This can be stored at more standard refrigerator. Temperatures for up to a month so it could last longer shipping might be a little easier with this and then how many doses are we looking at to be available right away right so both of these. He said require to shots in my arm. It'd be protected. The pfizer vaccine is given three weeks apart. The maderno vaccine is given four weeks apart. And yes the pfizer vaccines to be so cold. I think a colleague discovered that rubber shatters at the temperature of dry ice. Which is the temperature. This has to be kept at in terms of distribution pfizer. Says that they can have fifty million doses by the end of this calendar year. Madeiran estimates about twenty million both expect hundreds of millions of doses available next year. We'll see what happens good news. We're honor way looking forward to that authorization and then we can start getting it out to the country. Just a lot of good news on that front karen weintraub reporter at usa. Today thank very much for joining us. I'm oscar ramirez and this has been reopened in america. Don't forget today's big news stories. You can check me out in the daily podcast every monday through friday so follow us on iheartradio or wherever you get your podcast axios. Today is a new podcast featuring a team of award winning axios journalists and hosted by me nyla buddha. We bring you the latest on the events and trends shaping our world including some of the biggest scoops from washington. Dc this new ten minute. Daily habit helps keep you informed without feeling overwhelmed. Listen to us today. 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"moderna" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"Vaccine that we're talking about and back seemed to come really. The light at the end of the tunnel now is carrying weintraub health reporter at usa today. Thanks for joining us. Karen thanks so much for having me some more really good news on the vaccine front last week. We heard from pfizer. This week we're hearing from madonna. They're out of cambridge massachusetts and their vaccine candidate. They're saying is ninety. Four point five percent effective against covid nineteen really great news so karen help us run down what we're learning about the moderna vaccine now right. So they're both based on the same technology. Actually so they're they're very similar. Vaccines madonna can be given at a doesn't have to be kept quite as frozen so it may be a little more practical to give especially in rural places but essentially they're they're very similar vaccines and they're showing incredible effectiveness. Now these two vaccines you mentioned. They're both using m. r. Na which is something that we've never approved before in vaccine. This is pretty new technology and this would be the first thing if approved first pair of vaccines that are using this type of technology. How does that work exactly. So it basically uses the body's own system we make 'em arnaiz all the time. This trains our body to make a protein that is found on the surface of the virus that causes covid and once our body is used to seize this virus. It's trained to see this protein. It attacks it and we mountain response. Let's a little bit more about the effectiveness so pfizer had about forty. Four thousand people enrolled in their clinical trial madonna. They had about thirty thousand people and this is also a two shot protocol. What are we learning about. How many people came down with the virus after the shots right so the way they set these trials up is they evacuated a bunch of people and then wait until they get sick unfortunately because we have so much virus circulating in the us right now. It hasn't taken that long to get a lot of people sick. In both cases in five hundred ninety four people who fell ill and my head ninety five out of dern ninety five five of them had been in a vaccine arguably trial while the rest had gotten a placebo so ninety out of ninety five. Get a placebo. Get it and then got the placebo. It only five in the vaccine arm get it. You can statistically conclude at least at this point that it's ninety almost ninety five percent effective this vaccine more so than pfizer was involved with operation warp speed. I mean this is being done in conjunction with the. Us government tells a little bit about that relationship. Right the government working for years with madonna to develop this mri rna platform this means of of making vaccines quickly for exactly this purpose. Because we don't know. God forbid what's coming next out of the woods somewhere you know we. We tend to be fire. Is's tend to come from animals and we can't predict what's coming next so the idea was to create a vaccine that could be deployed quickly in a circumstance like that and they still have a few more hoops to go through the are going to file for the emergency use authorization. Obviously but there's hurdles with regards to production and a couple of other things as well finds her in particular is likely to go through those very quickly. They have to pass manufacturing. They have to prove that they can manufacture this vaccine safely and it scale pfizer has said they will have that done by this week. They're also waiting for safety data which is not expected to be a problem but had to wait until two months until half the people in the trial at least had got had gone two months after their second infection. If you're gonna have a bad reaction to vaccine that's very likely to come within the first six weeks of getting the vaccine so the federal government asks him to wait eight weeks to make sure that there weren't problems mysterious problems cropping up at this point. They haven't seen anything but these vaccines do have some consequences. And you're gonna probably feel lousy for a day or two after getting them muscle pain. You know little fever tired like you have the flu for a day or two and finally tell us a little bit about the storage of this. Because you mentioned that you know we're talking about the pfizer. It has to be sold at a really really cold temperatures. This can be stored at more standard refrigerator. Temperatures for up to a month so it could last longer so shipping might be little easier with this and then how many doses are we looking yet to be available right away. Both of these that he said require to shop in my arm could be protected. The pfizer vaccine is given three weeks apart. The maderno vaccine is given four weeks apart and yes. The pfizer vaccine needs to be so cold. I think a discovered that rubber shatters at the temperature of dry ice. Which is the temperature of this has to be kept at in terms of distribution pfizer. Says that they can have fifty million doses by the end of this calendar year. Madeiran estimates about twenty million both expect hundreds of millions of doses available next year. We'll see what happens. Karen weintraub health reporter at usa today. Thank you very much for joining us was so welcome to the alert so appreciate it. So much at h yeah. I wanted to game the university. I got my degree from the university. In business management marketing. 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"moderna" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"It's a virus that drives the number one cause of birth defects in europe or in the us. Ten hundred kids in the us perio- novak seen on the market but what industry australia. Twenty years to get him vaccine to work. The fan will wear the positive face to study in september starting to face free next year. That's a two to five billion annual pixel product that we have not licensed so meaning a product hundred percent foam. Donna and we have many more like this. We just announced. We're gonna get into the business. So what the kobe vaccine has done from. China is one de risking of a platform for axons which translated into a lot of value and two is the next generation for us becoming a commercial company we west. You're supposed to be commissioner in the twenty three to twenty timeframe when now it's being control before the end of the year it's called an acceleration stefan. Thank you very much indeed. We really appreciate your time today. Thank you very much. Indeed for sharing with us step sell the madonna that was stefan bond. Sell the ceo of moderna. Speaking with bloomberg's guy. Johnson and alex steel talking about the study. That just came out about their vaccine again. Ninety four point five percent efficacy. Very high number kind of in the ballpark with what we saw from pfizer. Last weeks we got to possible vaccines coming to markets. That's certainly very positives. If you think about this pandemic right now let's get some more details on what this moderna vaccine might look like. We can do that with boomer. Intelligence senior pharmaceutical pharmaceutical analyst. That would be sam. Zell joins us from france. Sam thanks for joining us here boy. This number ninety four point five percent jumps out at you just like the pfizer. Ninety percent number did as well. How do you compare and contrast these two potential vaccines. Yeah hi paul. So i think on the efficacy front we should currently issue. There are similarly effective. Because these are you know nine point. Seven percent versus ninety four point five percent on very few cases can go either way as the case the crew so i i would call the vaccines equivalent in terms of efficacy at least on the early data but then you have all the various other levels so down as done something that finds it did not have given us a bit more detail i. They gave us the statistical power which is great then. They told us about the severe cases. Non indoctrinated group that's fantastic to see One hundred percent protection but be really dealing with eleven cases. And then you've got the elderly. The stephen baltzell did not go into the detail. But if you as hugh that all the cases on the vaccine arm our older people which is very unlikely. Didn't you still have at least fifty percent effective vaccine for all the people. And i'm convinced that it would be better than that and they did have slightly better data elderly than others did. But that's early phase one to solve everything. Looks pretty good for this vaccine and also pfizer's based data that we have today some so the emirate technology transforms the body's own cells into vaccine making factories. Apparently does that mean that..
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"Big up in a lot of stocks today while others took it on the chin because of the announcement of a second vaccine that's been found to be extremely effective for tackling corona virus. This when from dirna uses a whole different process of developing a vaccine has been found to be incredibly reliable by they're telling ninety four percent effective. The one we just heard about recently from pfizer was more than ninety percent effective. Don't remember a specific number beyond that. But what these vaccines mean is that if they are widely enough to topped it by americans and people overseas that corona virus will fade into i a nuisance and then fade into oblivion and this is enormously positive news for our lives and our health and incredibly great for the economy is moving forward to have this kind of very very positive information coming about us. Being able to tackle corona virus. The irony of it is that stocks. That are what are called. Stay at homes. They didn't like this. I mean investors in those stocks. Things that make your couch potatoes watching streaming <hes>. Various activities like working out on home gym equipment instead of going to a fitness center. Anything that was about us. Nesting the stock market is like. Yeah well that was fun while that lasted but stocks that involve people getting out and feeling comfortable to do things again. That people have been reluctant to do or have done a lot. Less of those stocks have performed very well and this is in the midst of us. Having the worst corona virus outbreak in the united states since corona virus came on the scene the number of people getting covert positive tests is extremely high. The death rate is climbing <hes>. Day by day and the number of people who are infected has gone up. The one piece of good news is that the exhausted medical personnel treating people for corona virus. No much better how to treat people. Now who do come down with it. And so the one ray of hope. Is that the number of people that will die from this. Enormous outbreak is significantly less as a ratio then died back in the spring but we do have a really rough ride straight in front of us followed by what will be continual improving picture in twenty one as the number of vaccines produced increases the numbers distributed and taken <hes> increases. It will allow us to destroy. The effect corona virus has had on us healthwise and as an economy one footnote. You may not be aware of. There's one big advantage for distribution of moderna vaccine versus the other and that is that it doesn't require extremely special handling in terms of temperature control that's required for the year early good news about a vaccine that seems to be very successful so this is good stuff moving forward. It's just we got a tough immediate picture in front of us both economically and for health.
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"Com optimism in the market today though a little more temper than when the pfizer vaccine us came out. I was able to spent just extraordinary hair. So on the back of the pfizer news. It just gives people some hope that there's some vaccines in two thousand twenty one. Exactly what we're speaking of course. Is this new moderna. News arriving as the us surpasses eleven million corona virus cases. We're going to be speaking with some result in a little bit to give us the context on exactly what this darn vaccine is. But i we actually have the man responsible for the moderna vaccine. He is the chief. Executive officer of modernist found that bonzo and he is joining our television colleagues. Steel and guy johnson celeste. How's it over to alex. So now we welcome our tv viewers and radio listeners. to stefan cel moderna ceo stefan. It's been a big morning. Congratulations obviously all very excited. At any new prospect of a vaccine the question though that it seems like people have is. Why is europe vaccine require less cold storage than pfizer key to distribution. Good morning and thank you for me. I think he goes back to perform. We have been working on. Emanate vaccines for more than five years. This is the ten vaccine. That's we'll be running a clinical trial on be over vaccine that you mentioned. It's the first time that they are doing a new infectious disease vaccine so over years we've invested heavily in science in process development that allows us now to mexican bell storage condition than what we used to have. You know five years ago stefan. This is really important because it's going to have a huge impact on distribution. How much of an effect will that stability at a higher temperature have in everybody's ability to be able to get hold of this axiom. I think it's a huge impact. We have a vaccine stalled at minus twenty between the factory and the big distribution centers and those able to handle the type of product because already product approved by the emea in europe immature uk or the us at minus twenty cents use. But what is very important with. Today's news is we can now faulk two days. Have a vaccine stalled in regular fridge at two two eight celsius lucky to insulin and as you know every pharmacy doctor's fees ospital has that capability. So we think it's a very important game changer. The p. store to keep in mind all vaccine does not require dilution the vaccine that you mentioned requires deletion at the site. So you take the vaccine out in need to. It's an extra step what we have to do to get the world back to normal is a massive vaccination campaign Never only happened before and so every time we wouldn't be wasting doing. These type of things fall of a product is going to be an issue so we think about between the fridge condition storage and the fact that we do not any solution onsides. That'd be a big advantage for nazis and up dolls to be able to provide those vaccine quickly to population. We once it a good distinction. Have you had conversations with the current administration or the incoming administration about kind of distribution. How to mobilize yes. So the operation warp speed has been working in the us very closely. We've city for a long time in wearing daily discussions with them. What we're gonna do as soon as we got an approval By the us fda east sheep the product via mckesson..
"moderna" Discussed on What A Day
"Chimp original podcast hosted by Tracy Clayton going through features, fourteen notable black women, including Joseph. He writes Ilhan Omar. Lean Awaith Angela Davis and more discussing. Moment when they decided it was time to make a change and turn things around to check out going through it. You subscribe and listen now on Apple podcasts, spotify Stitcher, or wherever else you listen to podcasts. Let's wrap up with some headlines head lands. North Korea declared a state of emergency over the weekend after reporting a case of covid nineteen, according to government officials. A man started showing symptoms after he crossed the border from South Korea yesterday south. Korea confirmed that the man did in fact crossed the border, but they said that he did not have covid nineteen based on their very comprehensive contact tracing data. The man in question had defected from North Korea three years. Years ago in his currently under investigation in South Korea for an alleged rape health experts from South Korea. Japan, and the US doubt that this is the first and only case of covid nineteen and North Korea. Though it is the first one the country is admitting to Corona virus outbreak in North Korea could spell serious trouble for a country with a poor healthcare system that is struggling under the weight of economic sanctions. Brooklyn Nets player Kyrie. Irving said he's committing one point. Five million dollars to cover the salaries of wnba players who choose to sit out the season, the supplemented salaries would allow the players to opt out of games for Covid, nineteen or social justice reasons without having to worry about their finances. The funding is going to come from Irving's K.. A. I. Empowerment Initiative which he launched yesterday right now. The highest salary in the WNBA is just above two hundred thousand compared to the tens of millions. Millions of the biggest NBA players make in a single year. Irving said he got help from Tasha cloud of the Washington mystics in jewel, Lloyd of the Seattle Storm, coming up with the idea cloud in two other WNBA, players have already announced that they will be using their time this season to fight for social and racial justice. Also just this past weekend. Players on the New York liberty and Seattle storm walked off the court and headed back to their locker rooms before the national anthem played. Earlier this year, a lot of wealthy new. Yorkers fled to the Hamptons to escape cove in nineteen. At least that's what it seemed like. They were doing but new footage from a chain smokers concert that was held there this weekend makes it look like they actually wanted to see the virus up close. The minimum eight hundred and fifty dollars show was called a drive in event, but clips circulating on social media show chain smoker fans packed pretty tightly together. Together at the wrist doesn't seem worth the reward. Keep in mind that the show also featured DJ diesel as the opening act also known.
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"Ross sorkin along with Joe Kernan and Melissa Leo again great assume, Melissa, Becky has the day often I think. We're GONNA see her hopefully later this week. The android you hung over and Oh from my Tequila. I actually you know what I don't particularly. We might have a video of it. I don't know if I can get everybody. I'm not hung over, but I did. I did get to enjoy that Tequila and apparently it's famous brand, and now I'm. escaped. Same brand is, but there's lots of people famous center I actually had a conversation with penelope about it, and we both said. There's no way you bought that. Someone sent it to you know I. It was he was giving his gift to. Know what it was and you can't. Melissa was pretty sad. Not that you're not a big drinker, but he was trying to ready to ring the bell ring the Bell. And you need to use a like a spoon or fork or some I don't know. I know I know. I don't have a spoon did use it was a beautiful vessel what? What about the shot? What about the shot that you poured? which was probably worth about twenty bytes, did you? What happened with that I drank it. No I drink later, I drank it on Friday Friday night I drank. It is. Odd Tree. That's awesome. That is you missed? It will say you weren't here for for National Tequila Day. but I thought I saw. I saw every second. Really it was fun. It was fun and people like that, and then they re tweeting and stuff like that anyway. Some reason a little bit of reason to celebrate maybe this morning. If you especially. If you're gold, you know some. Do you remember our Jim Grant Interview Andrew With Jim? Grant on and I. Ask him this hour. Request in about given the Fed. Given this given that given all these things happening. You know in and sectors and stocks, and here and there and I said what be thinking you Redo, and he said buy gold and silver and all I did because I asked him this big long question I barely chuckled because it obviously with central banks. Doing what they're doing that seem like an obvious. People saying you mocked him. You mocked him did not mock. I loved Him Grand I. Agree with everything he says. Anyway I wanted to get on the record of saying that these people when they're looking for a target well, let's whether it's if you say anything about Tesla either longmore short. Either side. Absolutely nuts on you and it's like, don't you? Don't need a target all the time for your stupid trolling twitter hate speech constantly. They're looking for honor assets. Yes sir that's out there. That just evoke that response. Initially. Way Back. When is Tesla for shore? Gold is definitely MODERNA WE'RE GONNA have. That Garner Field Stop. No Way I'M GONNA. Beat Nice Tillman pretend he's. He's like a a an honest guy. No Way I'm just GONNA nail 'em today for it. People go I'm kidding because people go. He seems very reasonable when he talked the science of of. makes a of sense instead of using an attenuated viruses adenoviruses. It works I know they don't have a product yet I know that they've got those stock. Those regular stockdale's understand all that, but why do the test lacquers hate Madonna I mean they're so mad about Tesla. At this point that it's gone. They're short two hundred so I. Don't know of any have any money left? But now they're mad at Madeira and they don't want a vaccine what I mean. They're wacky, but they don't get to me at all. I'm not sensitive anyway. No, no, not at all. But. As Corona, virus cases continue to rise hot spots across the country Madonna Therapeutics is racing to find a vaccine, and as of this weekend it has four hundred seventy two million dollars in government support today marks the launch of Maderna's phase three Cova vaccine study conducted in collaboration with the NIH and the Anti Madeira Develops. Drugs based on what's called. MESSENGER or a these genetic molecules carry instructions from your DNA to other parts of the body to develop certain healthy proteins. The race for a vaccine is moving at an unprecedented pace. There are nearly two hundred candidates development with twenty seven, being tested in humans, the goal getting some kind of. Of FDA nod of approval by next year, although the first vaccine likely won't solve all of our corona virus problems, it's a start and every time markets catch wind of a vaccine approval on the twenty twenty one horizon they respond, which has meant for some Pharma executives big prophets at Madeira Multiple exacts including the CEO you'll hear from in a moment changed their stock. Sale plans this year. Yielding hefty payouts after Cohen, nineteen vaccine trials showed positive results. There are no current allegations of insider trading at Medina, although since news of these stock sales came to light SEC chairman. Jay Clayton joined TV broadcast with a suggestion for companies like modern. I encourage companies to get out there. Disclose where they stand. And limit the amount of sense now it's not possible to limit all touched information. You've got to be negotiations, but limited speculation as to where your company stands. As we move forward and then with respect to things like financing Possible changes in operations, material changes in the way. You do your. Business Practice, good corporate hygiene announce them as soon as you can and before you're able to announce them. Keep that information as tight as possible. The News of Maderna's phase three trial, and it's fresh infusion of government. Cash is a good thing for vaccine hopes, here CNBC senior health and science reporter Meg tyrel kicking off the interview with modern AC- you Stefan Bond Sell Your Joe Andrew and Melissa as well, Stefan, it's great to have you. This is a big day. The first phase three trial in the United States of Covid, nineteen vaccine kicking off. Tell us about the time we should expect here. This is a thirty thousand participant trial. How quickly do you think you can enroll that many participants? And when will we see the data yesterday morning? Magnum who goes back so indeed, so it's a big day. It's A. Free of vaccine in the US. It's a face free of evill aimed so companies feel space free as well so big day. Kemp from. a big team. So what we a planning this to basically recruit Assadi state people see. As, not safeties running in both of us, but we think we should be voting that we've eaten. False seeks eight weeks to get everybody did. And, then he's GonNa. Be a question of infection rates. Unfortunately as out here because of orbiting. In the US in the south in knowing the West. Be Sexually Be Happy Them. Vaccine Development, because it's an event days face free, and so we need enough event of each section in the placebo off to be able to remind with good accuracy. The race, but You modeling. You might see those those enough events to get the data at this point. Correct to. Say October maybe November. No, it's tough to know right now. We're GONNA. Continue to win Utah if you look at their, can you call trout governor mapping sites where we have no almost one hundred clinical, citing the US between people decides, and the NIS sites should allow us to get good coverage show. October is possible it's. Optimistic Scenario could be November again at this stage. It's impossible to know precisely it will just depend on their the the eventually. Be Attack Rate of action. So the goal of this study is prevention of COVID. Nineteen disease and.