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"murali gist" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"The BBC News. The first high level talks between the Biden administration and China taking place in Alaska have got off to an ill tempered start with US and Chinese officials extremely in exchanging sharp rebukes. Katie Silver has the details. The U. S secretary of State started my talking about changing Hong Kong and Taiwan. He also said that he would like to address the issue of cyber attacks in the U. S. What he says, is that their hands of China as well as economic coercion of the U. S. Is allies. Now. China, as you can imagine, did not enjoy this in the top diplomats said that the U. S. Should take a look at its own human rights, saying that there is a slaughter of black people going on in the U. S. And he also said that talking about the introduction of new sanctions was not the way to welcome guests. The US back to that accused China really of grandstanding and breaking protocol. A human rights group. Amnesty International has called on China to release all weaker Children held in state run orphanages without the consent of their families. Amnesty says Thies camps in the Xinjiang region a part of China's wider crackdown against the leaders on having could used to indoctrinate Children whose parents were detained. China says the camps are education and training centers. The trial of Michael Spa for a Canadian citizen detained on espionage charges in China has gone ahead in the northern city of Dandong. The Chinese authorities said a verdict would be announced at a later date. Robin brands, reports. The trial appears to have lasted barely two hours. Officials from the Canadian Embassy say they were denied access to the courtroom. But Michael Spotter was seen inside. He is the first of two Canadian men facing trial on spying charges. Michael Coverage is doing court on Monday. Both men were arrested in December, 2018 just days after a senior executive from the Chinese telecoms giant hallway was detained in Vancouver. China has faced constant claims that it uses this tactic as retaliation, but it's long denied the cases are linked. European countries, which suspended their use of the Oxford AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine over concerns of an increased risk of blood clots will begin administering it again. The European Medicines Agency concluded on Thursday that the vaccine was safe and effective Nick Feet, reports. AstraZeneca doses may once again be coming out of fridges to go into arms. But leading Murali Gist sphere, the delay may have cost thousands of lives across Europe, Germany, France and Italy resumed their rollout today, while Portugal and the Netherlands follow next week. So to Spain, although certain groups will be excluded, it's not clear if the latest endorsement from the continents regulator can reverse the growing skepticism about the British Swedish companies job, particularly in the more than a dozen countries, which paused its use. Well, these from the BBC. Samia Scylla, who His son is due to be sworn in as the president of Tanzania following the death of John Magaw fully on Wednesday, Mr San, who comes from the semi autonomous island of Zanzibar, had served as his deputy since 2015. She'll be Tanzania's first female president. Refugees congregating in camps after fleeing their homes in Ethiopia's northern region of Tigre have been describing their appalling living conditions. Thousands of people have been displaced since federal troops and their allies launched an offensive against the Tigre in regional forces in November. Knocking on your hotel reports. The town of Sherry, in western to great is overwhelmed. The schools and the university campus have been turned into makeshift camps, according to aid agencies. Some 200,000 civilians have arrived in the town fleeing their homes since November. Eighties finally arriving, But the people say it's not nearly sufficient humanitarian agencies warned of a potential crisis. Health services are almost non existent, the richest entry. My administration says they're more than four million people in need of aid and more than a million displaced. Collins. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she stands by a well the evidence she gave a cross party committee despite a majority of its members, concluding she misled them. The committee has been considering how harassment complaints by two female civil servants against her predecessor, Alex Salmon, were handled by the Scottish government. It's understood they voted 5 to 4 that Mr Jin gave them and inaccurate account. Farmers in eastern Australia have pleaded with the government to launch an assault on an unrelenting plague of mice. The population of the rodents exploded after rains that ended a long drought also delivered a bumper harvest. As prolific breeders, mice can wipe out thousands of hectares of crops. Experts say Cooler weather and disease may eventually bring the problem. Under control. BBC news Thank you for that news. Hello And welcome to news day with rubble on.
"murali gist" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Level of coronavirus debts, But new evidence is challenging that conclusion, but first the latest warnings Hello and Chris Barrow with the BBC News. The United States and China have exchanged sharp words in the first high level direct talks between the Biden administration and China. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and the National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. A meeting top Chinese officials in Alaska by Rip Lata Jha reports from Anchorage. Mr Blinken said Beijing's policies towards Hong Kong, Taiwan and the weaker Muslims, it's cyber activity and economic coercion threatened the system of rules that maintain global stability. His Chinese counterpart, retorted that China followed U. N rules. He called on the U. S to stop advancing its own version of democracy, especially when dealing with internal social turmoil and race issues. After he finished his formal remarks, Both sides continued to defend their positions in an extended exchange. Canada says the trial has taken place in China of Michael Spa Ver who's been detained on espionage charges for more than two years. Mr Spatter is one of two Canadians who were picked up after the arrest in Vancouver of the highway Executive Man Juanjo. Is Robin brand. The trial appears to have lasted barely two hours. Officials from the Canadian Embassy say they were denied access to the courtroom, but Michael's father was seen inside. No verdict was issued at the end. He is the first of two Canadian men facing trial on spying charges. Michael Coverage is doing court on Monday. Both men were arrested in December, 2018 just days after a senior executive from the Chinese telecoms giant hallway was detained in Vancouver. China has faced constant claims that it uses this tactic as retaliation, but it's long denied. The cases are linked. European countries, which suspended their use of the Oxford AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine will begin administering it again after a suspension prompted by fears of an increased risk of blood clots. The European Medicines Agency concluded on Thursday that the vaccine was safe and effective are Europe correspondents Nick Big reports. AstraZeneca doses may once again be coming out of fridges to go into arms. But leading Murali Gist sphere. The delay may have cost thousands of lives across Europe, Germany, France and Italy resumed their rollout today, while Portugal and the Netherlands follow next week so to Spain, although certain groups will be excluded, it's not clear if the latest endorsement from the continents regulator can reverse the growing skepticism about the British Swedish companies jab. Particularly in the more than a dozen countries, which paused its use. The Brazilian president viable scenario says his government has asked the Supreme Court to stop state governors from ordering lockdowns because they were damaging the economy. He says he's also sent a bill to Congress defining anything related to putting bread on the table as essential activities. World needs from the BBC. North Korea says it will cut diplomatic relations with Malaysia after it decided to extradite a North Korean national to the U. S. To face money laundering charges. The businessman, Manchild Myung could become the first North Korean to face trial in the US for alleged sanctions related crimes. He's accused of supplying luxury goods from Singapore to Pyongyang. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has used a public speech to say he would be happy to go to jail for the killing of human rights activists. His comments come a week after nine alleged leftist group members were shot dead by state forces during a raid south of the capital Manila. A coalition of human rights groups has called on the international community to launch a full investigation. Scotland's first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has said she stands by a well the evidence she gave a cross party committee despite the majority of its members, concluding she misled them. The committee has been considering how harassment complaints by two female civil servants against her predecessor, Alex Salmon, were handled by the Scottish government. It's understood. They voted 5 to 4 that Mr Jin gave them an inaccurate account. Farmers in eastern Australia have pleaded with the government's to launch an assault on an unrelenting plague of mice. Phil Mercer has the details. The end of a long drought has delivered a bumper harvest. But with so much food, the rodents have thrived. They are prolific breeders and could wipe out thousands of hectares of crops. It's not just in agricultural problem, hospital patients have been bitten and elderly residents have been helpless to stop rampaging mice invading their homes. Experts say cooler weather, heavy rainfall or disease are expected to eventually bring the plague under control. That's the latest BBC news. Thanks for that news, Hello and welcome to news date with Rahul and Kearney In this half hour. We'll look at whether Russia's Kovar death rate is much higher than reported also, why obesity.
AstraZeneca vaccine back in use after Europe suspensions
"European countries, which suspended their use of the Oxford AstraZeneca corona virus vaccine will begin administering it again after a suspension prompted by fears of an increased risk of blood clots. The European Medicines Agency concluded on Thursday that the vaccine was safe and effective are Europe correspondents Nick Big reports. AstraZeneca doses may once again be coming out of fridges to go into arms. But leading Murali Gist sphere. The delay may have cost thousands of lives across Europe, Germany, France and Italy resumed their rollout today, while Portugal and the Netherlands follow next week so to Spain, although certain groups will be excluded, it's not clear if the latest endorsement from the continents regulator can reverse the growing skepticism about the British Swedish companies jab. Particularly in the more than a dozen countries, which paused its
"murali gist" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Minutes after the hour every day 5:20 a.m. to 6 20 pm we have you under for your chance to win $1000. The issue of dining, outdoor dining and indoor dining is a little controversial to say the least. There is AH, whole movement, particularly those who own restaurants are in the hospitality industry saying, What are you doing to us? No. You shut down all these businesses. California both indoor and outdoor dining have been shut down. There was a time when outdoor dining was allowed a matter of fact, I think just before that second directive I had Ah, breakfast at a place in Burbank here in Burbank. It was horrible. And I don't remember the name. I just remember the breakfast was terrible, but it was outdoor. We could sit there. And that was shut down. Here is the problem. And that is a governor's county supervisors are saying we're going to shut down both indoor and outdoor dining to stop the spread of the virus. And at the same time every one of them are saying we follow the science. Okay? Where's the evidence that outdoor dieting dining, in fact increases the transmission of Cove? It Well, uh, there is no science there. At least those who were screaming. No masks. Anti vaccine are ignoring the science. But when it comes to outdoor dining, they haven't connected yet and you can. In the end. It's not hard to do now. We do know that there is a connection before. Between a in terms of transmission at family gatherings, etcetera. We know that happens. We'll win. The argument is why are there so many family gatherings? Because you can't go outside? You can't die, and so you have to do it at home. And therefore you're more apt to get together as opposed to going outside and dining. And so there is a connection with indoor dining seems to be and at that point, and at this point, no evidence at all that outdoor dining now my friend in Las Vegas saddle On. I talked to him all the time and I go and visit him when I can. They allow both indoor and outdoor dining. And here you have the county of Los Angeles. In which it's not allowed either way, and the virus is going crazy. So the argument's gonna be wait a minute. We have a place that allows both indoor and outdoor dining and the virus is being transmitted slower than it is in a place that doesn't allow it. So why is that going on? So don't tell me we follow the science. The science is going to mandate without the science. And how hard is it to do the science? Let me ask you this and this is a hypothetical and you know I'm not. I'm not an epidemiologist or Murali gist. So or a county health official. But let me ask you. Let's say you have a Sign on and we allow indoor dining on a restaurant. But we ask you to please register on. Give us your address. Because most people you know the rewards program. They give the emails anyway. And if you would so we can Sorry so we can follow and track where you are. If the virus been transmitted inside the restaurant, all right, So at least that gives us an ability to do some tracing some contact tracing now I don't have a problem with going in a restaurant and saying Sure, you know, I want to die in here. Here's my e mail. And here's where I live. I mean, they have your information, anyway, if you're part of any rewards program, what restaurant doesn't What's your birthday? We'd like to give you a free piece of cheesecake. All you have to do is send sign up for our rewards program. What do you think that does? It gives you all the information in the world and people. Okay, that's fine. I mean, there are ways of ascertaining if there is really good, transmit trends if transmission rates if there is a connection, by the way, the scenario I just came up with, I just pulled out of my rear end. I have no idea if it's valid if it works, I feel like telling you inject some Clorox and your veins and you'll be fine. Hi. No idea if that's true or not, Uh, so anyway, I'm fine with the least outdoor dining. Actually, I'm okay with indoor dining, assuming that the precautions are taken This is all Let's do handle on the news coming up late edition Kay if I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio APP President, Biden said to take a nearly a dozen more executive actions on his first full day in office, but it will give remarks later this morning, laying out his cove in 19 Response plan. He's.
"murali gist" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Interesting. What is what is it? This is the latest addition to the Biden administration. Joe Biden has selected his new assistant health secretary. Her name is Rachel Levin. Yes. She's Pennsylvania's top health official. She'll be assistant secretary of health. She's a pediatrician, okay? Joe Biden says she brings steady leadership. Essential expertise that we need to get through this pandemic, no matter the zip code, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, identity or disability. Sounds like you shake the perfect person. She is a historic and deeply qualified choice to help lead our nations and administrations. Health efforts. Okay, Rachel Levine is transgender. What openly transgender piece and I were talking about this last night. I said right? No transgender, gay lesbian. Whatever. I just hope so. Whoever it is, is great and what they do, right? They hope she's a great pediatrician. I've seen your prom pictures. Yeah. One of my prom pictures have to do with the nomination of Rachel. Look, I'm just saying very similar. Hey, Reese. You think I look like Rachel a vein back in the day? That was kind of the long hair era. Yeah, yeah. You know, you're kind of that yellow blonde. I'm just I don't know. That's okay. Well, okay, I'd bit. I'm surprised to find out that she's a pediatrician. I know. Yeah. Yeah. I, uh It's like cities and I will talk about this. I said Okay, so I've got this hard problem. If if I have to go to the very I've gotten in avoided five years to get in to see the greatest heart doctor. The United States has But he's transgender. Hmm. Do I say I'm not going to him? Right, Well say no, I'm going to it right. So that's the way I kind of look at it. I don't agree with that lifestyle. Let me put it that way. You know, I don't agree with it at all. But if if this person happens to be good at what they do, then that's fine. There is, uh she's gonna have to tackle some major issues. You think at the beginning here, especially as it relates to covert because Tell you how I just get every day. There's there seems like there's information that comes out that contradicts other things that we have learned. Yesterday. We learned that up to half of people that we know right now who have already had Cove it may still be vulnerable to the South African variant. Because it can quote escaped the immune system and it could also evade vaccines. You know, just until somebody I guess a smart enough to say we're past it. Three words were past it. We're gonna have to be on guard. For a long, long time, you know, But we talked to a Murali gist, You know, just last week, who said The vaccine. Would be good to cover all of these different variants. Yes, And then this story comes out that said it could also evade vaccines. There's there's the problem. So what is it is okay. Is that the opinion story? Words of the facts story. Well, yeah, I mean, it's it's not written in as an opinion piece, if that's what you're asking what this thing is it. Is it a editorial that it Zoe doctor giving his view? Yeah, No, it Z not an editorial. Yeah. Um It's based on a study that they did a small studies, okay. Well, then they admit that researchers have been scrambling to find out more about these new variants. Was it last week that, Fauci said it's going to be around him? Who said, it's gonna be around a long? Long time. Well, I mean, it's going to be around if we're gonna have to have an annual shot. Yeah, you know, well, that's true. Swell forever. So yeah, right. Ah, 33 year old woman has been fired from her job at Taco Bell. Oh, yeah. Uh, Lee, showing you and your Taco Bell fan, right? Sean, are you I like Taco Bell. It's okay. Yeah, not my face. Uh, she received a phone call that she says she'll never forget. She said she answered the phone and said, And they said, Hey, I just wanna let you know that your job here is done. I'm very sorry to have to let you go. She asked what she had done wrong. And she the person who had called her claim that a customer had launched a formal complaint that there was a woman working the drive thru who was doing Internet porn. Oh, my Internet porn at the drive through. How do you? Yes. How do you see that from the car? I guess. No, no, no. She wasn't doing it in the in the drive thru line, but the girls But she worked the drive thru line at this particular Taco bell? Yes, in. Apparently, this customer knew. That she had been doing Internet porn. Oh, I don't see what you're saying. Yeah. So that's the midst watching Internet. Well, That's what that's what's confusing, you know, because the customer also said so. The customer said this here. Here's the customers quote. You ready? Yeah, there was a woman working the drive thru who's doing Internet porn, and as a god fearing Christian, they didn't feel comfortable giving the establishment their business. How did they know exactly what you gotta watch it? Oh, yeah. What evil? You have to find out who out There is bad. Yeah. Great. Yeah, Apparently, she's been a terrific employee. That's a shame she was. Let go, because Yeah, she can't. You can't do porn and work for Taco Bell. And when I worked for talking about that's what they told me. They told you the same thing. Yeah, yeah. You can't eat. You can't eat the leftovers. Yeah, don't do Internet born. Exactly. So, you know, And this was before we had the Internet. They told me that, But even before that, because they just could anticipate that with you. Yeah, I get that. By the way, exemplary employee prior to that This is a Newport, Arkansas, by the way. I have never heard of Newport or 8800 folk. OK? Yeah, big enough for a Taco bell, but not big enough for porn actress if you want to, like Taco bells and talking Michael, I love talking Good banya know you always get tacos. Just meat and cheese. That way the lettuce and tomato didn't take up the entire shell. That way. You get more meat and cheese. You Yes, I got it. Yes. Try that. Yeah. This is prescription tacos from his heart, Doctor, By the way, Yeah, of course. Yeah, encourages and having three or four times a week here we are having a nice conversation with each other. And you have to say that Dr Michael Burgess is gonna join us to Congressman will talk about Inauguration Day is gonna join us early coming up tomorrow, coming up next year. Maybe a pee first. So here is some money don't.
"murali gist" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"W v. A p w b a p dot com Uh, 18. W b A P. M. Thursday Morning news continues. Let us be the first to congratulate Dr Benjamin Newman, Dr Ben Newman on his promotion. Called up to the big leagues. Texas ain't in college station has named him the chief Murali Gist. How for the global Health Research Center. They're fantastic. We'd like to think we have played a role in this Dr Newman somehow. But what for us here have never gotten this job telling you we've talked before. I think it was the NFL. Maybe the Baltimore Ravens or someone had come out and they said, Hey, we found four different Strange of the coronavirus in the locker room. We talk to you about that. And there was some question as to the validity of that. Now we continue to hear about new strains. And I hope I'm using the right word there. Tell me what this is. Tell me the concern that we have about it. And is this something that just naturally occurs with viruses? Yeah. All right. These air really good questions. Okay, so the term strain doesn't really have a scientific meaning. That's kind of the problem here. And so people use it to mean big groups of things, little tiny things, individual things. And, Yeah, it ends up kind of meaning. Nothing, some sort of virus. I'm the viruses like to run a virus is to mutate all the time. So when you read out the entire genome, which is about 30,000 little letters each time you read that out, there's probably gonna be one of two things that are a little different than what you're expecting or what you saw before. And so at some point you can say Yeah. Okay, Maybe these air a new strain. But it's on Lee. When these go on to cause more infections and start to displace the older variants of the virus that were there. Then people said to sort of sit up and notice and take a sip of coffee. Basically. Is it something we need to sit and worry about? No, no, no, no, So reality is kind of complicated, but it's nowhere near is worrying as it sounds like when you're getting some of the news stories, so something like the UK variants or the South African variant. These things. They're clouds of different viruses, and they're really just a name for the viruses that air circulating right now, Each of these things doesn't even have one particular, you know, set of exact genetic mutations, like the UK strain is somewhere between 26 41 mutations in kind of any combination. There's only one of those mutations that actually stays common throughout the entire group. So it's the thing that exists really nicely When you make a family tree and out there in the world. It's not really a thing like people are thinking. So is it kind of like cow one were influenced season We talk about strange A or strain. Be your type A or type B. Is it? Is it similar to that? Or is that different? So that is so these flu viruses are probably tens of thousands of years old, at least infecting humans. And so we've got to the point where there are two viruses that they're so different from each other that Inamine response to one can't stop the other one. And so at that point, Yeah, we call it insulin today. Insulin's of B and the difference is really what your immune system can do with it now with the current viruses The most distant virus. It was about 99% identical to the nearest virus. In the part that is most different, so that they're almost exactly the same. And the way the immune system sees a virus like this. Just a little tiny chunks. It'll just read out maybe eight or nine of these amino acids at a time. And as long as there are no changes in that little bit Yeah, you'll have protection and the immune system won't just latch on to one tiny region. It'll make a little overlapping regions up and down the entire genome of the virus. And so you'll have lots of ways to fight this. Even if wanted two of those change. You still got a lot of backup. Shockingly, that all makes that makes sense. You know my God E could follow that. Shockingly, I could follow what you're saying. Let's get into after traffic, whether or not house vaccine, which he took yesterday, is going to be effective against any strain. We'll do that after we check in with Monte Cook money. 20 East and West Mounted Houston School Road left lane blocked.
"murali gist" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Like a medicated rabbit? Come on. No, No, You don't want a guy with the needle Shaken? Did you see it? Strong man. He was nervous. You're giving the vice president of Youth of the Free world a shot on worldwide TV. I don't know if I could do without, you know, just Right? Yeah, I'd have to drug up to do that. Probably think so. You don't want to be, you know, And you also on a doctor. That's too drugged up to give you a shot. Yeah. But he was a nervous person. But anyway, it got through it. Mr Vice President, Pence walked off. I mean, it was pretty quick. He was He's I don't know if it affected his bowels or whatever. But no, He left the seat Pretty quick. Yes, there we are Understanding that additional White House staff will receive it later today. Atley sets the word and this is the Fizer vaccine. Remember now the Moderna one got FDA panel approval yesterday, The full FDA will take a look at it, potentially as early as today. How We may get an answer on that. Yeah, and so that one Will be distributed here right away hold on six million, or how many people that consist of the FDA panel. Compared to the full FDA Well, and that panel is made up of experts who really go through the data. Yeah, and they're the ones that have been a nin dependent panel of experts on they recommended by a vote of 20 and favor. And one abstention. Really? Yeah. So there's your answer 21 on the panel. And my one and the abstention. Maybe because they haven't a affiliation of Madonna. That's what it was Monday. Okay, there you go. Yeah, that's what they would stay. Remember in the fighter when we had a couple of people vote against it right some of the Madonna by a vote of 20 and favorite one abstention. The panel recommends to the FDA the authorization of this modern a vaccine for emergency use. We could get the formal decision today it would clear the way for about six million doses to be shipped around the country. Starting this weekend. Many of those headed for smaller hospitals. The fires were when just not equipped to do that. It's in bigger doses, bigger batches, I should say the Madonna. One, though, can be shipped in smaller batches to These smaller hospitals, all right. Well, good. Let's get it out there. Get it going and heal up America. Yeah, the other thing about the Madonna when is that it could be stored it normal freezer temperatures. It doesn't have to have the ultra cold. Remember that story? We did I dipping dots in the cold chain that they have that visor and biotech follows. It doesn't have to have the Madonna one does not have to have that. You know, I wonder if are are are selling a pirate. Are our vaccines going out of the country? Anywhere as well. There's a Russian vaccine there is, yes, And is it coming into the country? As are all the vaccines being shared around the world? Yeah, that's a good question, or, you know, are these countries just kind of taking care of their own right now? Drug is working on a vaccine s o. You don't take it the wrong way. Yeah, we gotta take care of home first. I just don't know what else By the way. Pfizer has huge presence overseas, So yeah. So, so we'll see. But the Madonna When will we go more places, They say they hope that like in some states Including the state of Texas by the end of next week. We should have every county Would have vaccines in it. Well, that's good. Governor Greg Abbott said that we are already at what was the number 101 280,000, Texas has already been factored vaccinated. That would that's quick and he thought over. What over million by the end of the month. Yeah. So, Yeah, that that will. That will happen fairly quickly. The maternal one as early as two take should receive final approve. This is ambitious. Now what I mean, What a program. Yeah, to get these two out as quickly as they did you know, the other conversation we were having at lunch. My daughter now was she was raising concerns about how quickly the vaccine was. Produced. Yeah, you know, she's she's reading the news. She's hearing stories, and I told her I said, Hey, the thing that's different here. Is the technology. You know the fact that this is an orange vaccine, which you know are Murali Gist was explaining to us are a explain to me again. Remember, this does not have. You know some vaccines have a little bit of the virus in him. Good. Yeah, but this one does not have that. This is new technology. What This does is and I'm going to dumb it down because that's me. But what I think this essentially does is it jump starts your immune system. With what it needs to fight off that particular virus. That's also you know, so it's not. You know, you could have some of the vaccine. It's not like snake venom where you inject yourself with some of the venom. Right? Right is everything do really I thought maybe that that's part of the that's how they overcome, I think. The anti venom has sentiment. I think I could be wrong. So anyway, Madonna today hopefully approved. All right. Very good. What did Sean saying You're here? Don't want to know. Well, you get the shot her are the doctor said you're going to die so It's an old joke, and that's all I'm trying to say about this. You know, we could do a whole morning show on just just punch line. Just the punch line and you get to work to work out the joke yourselves gonna be thousands of men just laughing. Their rear ends off. Women are going home, right? Yes. Like that fund. The funny ones. They're all thinking of one right now. I know that. No, no, no, no, no, no. Stop it. Some crap was.
"murali gist" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Mitchell Miller today on the Hill possible bribery scheme involving the White House is under investigation now. 6 31. CBS News Special Report. Early this morning, the U. K became the first Western country to approve a Corona virus vaccine. CBS is Vicki Barker is in London, The British equivalent of the FDA has just cleared the visor. BYO N Tek Vaccine for distribution. The first immunizations here could happen within days. It's the fastest ever vaccine to go from concept to reality. A decade's worth of work compressed into 10 months. Murali Gist Adam Finn is a member. The UK is evaluating committee. We've just fired the starting gun really on preventing this infection and bringing this pandemic to an end, health care workers and nursing home residents will be first to get shots in the UK and in the U. S. A. C D C advisory panel has also approved a priority list reporters. Sabrina que pit Only only one no vote on the recommendation for health care workers and residents of long term care facilities to get vaccinated first, once a Cobra vaccine is approved by the FDA, CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. 6 32. Now, health care workers and nursing home residents should be at the front of the line when the first Corona virus vaccine shots become available here in the U. S. That's the conclusion of an influential government advisory panel. The Advisor Committee on Immunization Practices panel voted 13 to 1 yesterday to recommend priority be given to those groups in the first days of any coming vaccine program, when doses are expected to be very limited. Two groups total about 24 million Americans out of the U. S population of about 330 million. The return of Congress has led to a surge in new proposals to provide Americans another economic shot in the arm during the pandemic more on that now from Capitol Hill and W. T O P S Mitchell Miller. We don't have time for lengthy negotiations. The issue is do we want to get a result? Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, like many lawmakers wants to move quickly, he says the White House has indicated support for his more targeted approach. Which which includes money for small businesses. Ah, broader proposal of more than $900 billion, has the support of members of both parties. One of its sponsors is Virginia Senator Mark Warner, who says it also includes billions of dollars for transit, some of which could help the financially strapped metro system. There's been a lot of enormously good.
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"Memory, Martin I know your weather will have a very foggy morning and later on a sunny afternoon highs today will be in the upper sixties Salo seventies Right now, it's 58 degrees outside the Carter Subaru studio. I'm medicated. For breaking news highlights Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio here for what's next. Thank you so much for hanging out with us on the GM Ursula's show, So we're just less than a month away now from what you could consider a national referendum on the future of this country. Here is the question. Is it too late for some people in high positions to get on the right side of history, and we ask this because of this letter, written by the former CDC director who is also a national Medal of Freedom recipients. Who Is pleading with CDC director Robert Redfield to do the right thing. So this is what he wrote. I'm not going to go through the whole letter, but G he Brought up a couple of points. And if you have a chance we'll share the letter on our Facebook page this morning late this morning, But essentially, he says, you know, dear Bob, I don't know what I would actually do in your position. But I do know what I wish. I would do and the first thing would be to face the truth. He says. You and I both know that despite the White House spin attempts, this is going to go down as a colossal failure of the public health system of this country, the biggest challenge in a century and we have let the country down. Of public health texts of the future will use this as a lesson on how not to handle an infectious disease pandemic, And he says the White House has had no hesitation to blame and disgrace. The CDC. You and all state governors or many state governors, and they will blame you for this disaster in six months. They have caused the CDC to go from gold to tarnished brass. If you are Robert Redfield. What do you do? Do you quit? Do you? Just start saying the truth and despite everything that goes against the White House, because as we have documented, the CDC has had to change and change and change and adjust and change things on its website. Would do would do I always tell you guys about the truth would always say about Ursula. It never expires. The truth never expires. So if I'm Robert Redfield I come out with the truth continued blazing. Look, people are gonna have an opinion about you anyways. Right? There's gonna be some people. That's just life. There's some people it is going to like you and it's some people that won't So if that's the case, and you understand that, Mr Redfield, if you understand that And if the only thing you have is the truth, because This is 2020. And all of the social media post all of the talking heads. We're all going to be judged by what we said. What did you say? Were you one that works? Calling. The Corona virus. Were you making it negative towards Asian Americans? Because that's gonna be documented. That's going to be talked about. Were you one Calling people sheep for wearing mask. When the CDC says outside of a vaccine there isn't the only thing that we have our mask and social distancing So, Ursula, I'm going to ask it, Throw it back to you. What would you suggest Redfield do Because I don't have anything other than to say is Let your truth be known. So I was looking at this and it's easy for me to say, and I have been in the position where I finally I've shared it on the air. Where finally said you know what? I cannot continue to do this job. I'm not going to quit. I want you to fire me. That was that I said that in this building to our boss, and at the time our market and I have shared that And it was so liberating. It was so but not everybody is in that position. And the question I have is, is he in a better position to continue to try? To do what he can, even though it's not perfect. In that position, or should he just quit and say I'm done? This is being completely bungled. You're asking us to do what? We don't want to do its killing morale. I mean, at this juncture when you're talking about lives at stake, and because, as this former CDC director said, no one is even going to the CDC anymore. Toe Look for facts. It has been so obscured anymore that now you have to look for alternative experts. And it's okay like I think so much of us as a society, Ursula, we feel as if we can't say that we are wrong. Right. We've we've all been wrong, even even as it pertains to this pandemic of Murali Gist, Dr Angela Rasmussen, who this is what she does, she studies This stuff. And she even got on our airwaves and said, Hey, we are witnessing science being played out in the public. We've never had it played out this way. I don't know. I mean, I wasn't even that good at chemistry, let alone science of infectious diseases that is being played on the media. So meaning what happens in science science? You go back and forth all that work, so that doesn't work. And so you have to be able to come out and admit that you are wrong sometimes as well. So that is another way to get on the right side of history. You can't go through and continue on with Well, we've done everything that we can and these things that come out and we'll because the truth will follow you and it doesn't expire. Yes. And in the case of a TTE this point in time in my life, I would say if I were Robert Redfield, I would say I cannot continue to do this. I mean, he can see what's happening. He can see the direction that that it's going and I would flat out. Take the risk now and just say Nope. I disagree. I mean, kind of like what found she's doing and unfortunately it has meant for him. It has meant that he is now. Dealing with death rats. He's been kind of sideline. He's not being used.
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"C is getting a new area code. Don't worry. The Tuo to area code isn't going anywhere but it will be joined by 771. That's the decision of D. C is Public Service Commission. The 202 code has been getting the job done since 1947. But thanks to booming mobile phone usage and growing population, it was determined the district would run out of new phone numbers in the third quarter of 2022 771 will be rolled out in stages in the middle of that year. Brendan Hazleton w T O P News this fall will be dealing with the Corona virus and the flu virus, which have similar symptoms. That sure to cause challenges for doctors, But efforts are underway to make it easier. There are number of medical institutions a number of companies that are trying to pair influenza and cove in 19 testing, so you could do that on one sample at the same time. Meanwhile, Murali gist Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says now is the time to get a flu shot. Asked. If colder weather might bring Mohr Corona virus cases, Akash says it's clear being indoors in close contact with others can help it spread. It is a concern from just from that level alone, and there may be some biology behind the fact that the winter months may allow the virus to be spread a little bit more efficiently than it has been seen in the summer. Michelle Bash w T O P News in a new ranking of the healthiest communities in the nation, some places around here did very well in the top. 26, Northern Virginia had a great showing with Arlington. In Fairfax County, then going down to the top 10 Loudon County in Falls Church, made that portion of the list. It comes after Deidre McPhillips with US News says they looked at 84 metrics on communities all around the nation. Everything from the natural environment to the food available Falls Church was Number three. It has top scores in measures of the economy and education in Maryland. Howard County did the best that number 19 1 area that it stands.
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"Standard public health interventions, such as frequent hand washing, cleaning of surfaces. That's Murali Gist, Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Daniel Salman is director of the school's Institute for Vaccine Safety. Does he think people will be more or less likely to get a flu shot during the pandemic? That's the question that's up in the air, he says. It's important to Get half of the population vaccinated like every year for flu, but hopefully more Michelle Bash w. T O P News. Some parts of the area that are are especially healthy according to some new rankings, from education to voter registration to public safety and access to healthcare. Deidre McPhillips with US News says this year's list of the healthiest communities and the nation looked at 84 different metrics and when the numbers were crunched Falls Church came into number three has some of the best health behaviors such a slow smoking rates and high rates of physical activity. Loudon County also did well coming at number six for voter participation rate. The number of nonprofits per capita Howard County ranked the highest for Maryland at 19, D. C. Didn't make the top 500. See the full ranking at w t o p dot com by searching healthy community Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The pandemic has forced many restaurants too close and caused others to find new ways of doing business among the changes some restaurants or getting rid of tips and adding a surcharge. Eric Wang, co owner of the MIA Burmese restaurant in DC, says the restaurant has instituted what it calls flat 30. We took the old model of costing out our goods and services and how much we charged people, and we just tacked on a Slap 30% be on top of it, and we've eliminated Tipping Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington CEO Kathy Hollinger says it's an example of the way restaurants are coping with changing times. What is most important is that they are deciding what works for their business versus others suggesting what could work for their business at the restaurant. For me, the 30% surcharge is being used to raise compensation for the entire staff. Dick Uliano w T. O P News, Salmonella Aces and at least 10 states are being linked to dried mushrooms, the nearest affected states or Pennsylvania and New Jersey. More than 40 people have gotten sick and four have been hospitalized. The product suspected in the outbreak is wood year mushrooms distributed by a Southern California company. Those mushrooms were distributed to restaurants coming up in money news, another product that is very hard to get in the pandemic, its 10 54 Transparency and.
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"Right now. 67 degrees in Colombia. 67 German town where it's 68 degrees in Fredericksburg here at 9 51. And fighting between soldiers from Armenia and Azerbaijan has broken out around a separatist region. The Armenian Defense Ministry says to Azerbaijani helicopters have been shot down. That fighting happening in a region that's an ethnically Armenian enclave within Isar Bhai Jaan, though it's been out of Azerbaijan's control since the end of a war in 1994. Both sides have heavy military presence along a demilitarized zone separating the region from the rest of Isar Bhai Jaan each blamed the other for the clash is this weekend. This fall will be dealing with the Corona virus and the flu virus which have similar symptoms, and that is sure to cause challenges for doctors. But efforts are underway to make it easier. There are number of medical institutions a number of companies that are trying to pair influenza and cove in 19 testing, so you could do that on one sample. At the same time. Meanwhile, Murali gist Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health says now is the time to get a flu shot. Asked if colder weather might bring MOHR Corona virus cases, Akash says it's clear being indoors in close contact with others can help its spread is a concern from just from that level alone, and there may be some biology behind the fact that the winter months may allow the virus to be spread a little bit more efficiently than it has been seen in the summer. Michelle Bash w T o P News How healthy is your community in a new ranking of the healthiest communities in the nation, some places around here did very well in the top. 26. Northern Virginia had a great showing with Arlington and Fairfax County, then going down to the top 10 Loudon County in Falls Church made that portion of the list. It comes after determined Phillips with US news as they looked at 84 metrics on communities all around the nation. Everything from the natural environment to the food available Falls Church was Number three. It has top scores in Measures of the economy and education.
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"Packed the National Mall yesterday to pray and show their support for President Trump. The march which stretched from the Lincoln Memorial to the capital, was held just hours before the president was set to announce he was nominating. A conservative judge for the Supreme Court. Vice President Mike Pence, spoke from the step step. Of the memorial, pray for all of our justices on the Supreme Court, including the remarkable woman that the president will nominate to fill the seat on the Supreme Court later today. March was organized by the Reverend Franklin Graham, a prominent conservative evangelical. There are worries that fall in winter might Brenna bring a twin dem IQ of covert 19 and the flu. So what does that mean for plans form or in person classes and religious services? These things can be done, but they have to be done. The Safeway social distancing needs to be put into place. Standard public health interventions, such as frequent hand washing, cleaning of surfaces. That's Murali Gist, Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Daniel Salman is director of the school's Institute for Vaccine Safety. Does he think people will be more or less likely to get a flu shot during the pandemic? That's the question that's up in the air, he says. It's important to Get half of the population vaccinated like every year for flu, but hopefully more Michelle Bash w. T O P News. Some parts of the area are especially healthy according to new rankings, from education to voter registration to public safety and access to healthcare. Deidre McPhillips with US News says this year's list of the healthiest communities and the nation looked at 84 different metrics and when the numbers were crunched Falls Church came into number three has some of the best health behaviors such a slow smoking rates and high rates of physical activity. Loudon County also did well coming at number six for voter participation rate. The number of nonprofits per capita Howard County ranked the highest for Maryland at 19,.
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"64 degrees in Ashburn. It is 68 on the Broadneck peninsula outside of Annapolis and 64 degrees at the National Cathedral. At 5 51. The Stafford County Sheriff's office is searching for a man who shot and killed his own brother Friday night. It was just before 7 30 PM when sheriff deputies found 33 year old Calvin Whiting on Court House Road near Jennifer Lane. But he had actually been shot several times at a home on Porter Hill Road, not far from where he was found and have been trying to drive himself to the hospital. The sheriff's office says he passed away yesterday morning. Now they're looking for Whiting's brother, 39 year old Wesley Whiting Jr. Who goes by the name of Ray. This fall will be dealing with the Corona virus and the flu virus, which have similar symptoms, and that is sure to cause some challenges for doctors. But efforts are underway to make that easier. There are number of medical institutions a number of companies that are trying to pair influenza and cove in 19 testing, so you could do that on one sample at the same time. Meanwhile, Murali gist Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, says now is the time to get a flu shot. Asked if colder weather might bring more Corona virus cases, Akash says it's clear being indoors in close contact with others can help it spread. It is a concern from just from that level alone, and there may be some biology behind the fact that the winter months may allow the virus to be spread a little bit more efficiently than it has been seen in the summer. Michelle Bash w T O P News Coben 19 is forced many changes in the ways that we do business in the pandemic has led some restaurant over owners to overhaul the way they paid their staff. Half no more tipping it for me. A full service Burmese restaurant on Eighth Street. Northeast Co owner Eric Wong says tipping is being replaced by a 30% surcharge on bills which will raise wages. We've actually changed our entire conversation structure for everybody, not just the servers, but also for the back of the House, Cook and dishwashers as well. At the restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington CEO Kathy Hollinger says restaurant owners have had to change a lot since the start of the pendant. Look, what we're seeing is that they are doing anything and everything to think about what makes the most sense for their particular restaurant operation. Dick Uliano. W T o p New Coming up in MONEY news why new Home prices are shooting up Right now we're coming up on 5 50 for being at home. More means more time to get rid of things. The only difference.
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"Mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com A 41 and senators are growing more frustrated over how the government's top health experts are dealing with the Corona virus. As the death toll from the cove in 19 continues to rise, W GOP's Mitchell Miller has more today on the hill there, communications People who are worried is absolutely critical, and that's where we've fallen down on the job. Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, who during a hearing press CDC director Dr Robert Redfield aboutthe CDC, taking down website language this week related to how the virus can spread through the air. It's not that anything was removed. The tell It's not. It's not on the website tend to collect their document. That went through the proper channels is what was put up. But the Democratic lawmaker says it's another example of mixed messages as the country continues to struggle through the pandemic. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller W T O P News as one member of the White House Corona virus Task force had enough Dr. Debra Burkes, the coordinator of the task force, is said to be unhappy with the direction of the panel and what she sees as her diminished role CNN is reporting, Burke's has told aides and friends. She's not certain how much longer she conservative position. Part of the challenge for Dr Burkes. Is apparently recently added Task Force member Dr Scott Atlas, who she views is an unhealthy influence on President Trump. The White House insists Burke's role on the task force has not changed. There are worries that fall and winter might bring a twin endemic of covert 19 and the flu. So what does that mean for plans for Maurin person classes and religious services? These things can be done, but they have to be done. The Safeway social distancing needs to be put into place. Standard public health interventions, such as frequent hand washing, cleaning of surfaces. That's Murali Gist, Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Daniel Salman is director of the school's Institute for Vaccine Safety. Does he think people will be more or less likely to get a flu shot during the pandemic? That's the question that's up in the air, he says. It's important to Get half of the population vaccinated like every year for flu, but hopefully more Michelle bash w T o P NEWS coming up on w T o P Could some area students get an excused absence for a mental health day? It's 8 40 for government agencies are looking to modernize networks and migrate from legacy gear. Sienna has a suite of packets solutions with adaptive capabilities to transform your network adapt or become obsolete. It's a choice whether you're critical.
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"Nearly died from the Corona virus. As he recovers, he tells w. T o p. He still has no idea how he got the virus. It was back in mid March, when Jason Flanagan started feeling sick. I had all the symptoms except for the shortness of breath that abruptly changed on March 24th when he was outside and had to walk up a ramp in front of a building just to go up the ramp. Out of breath. It was just very hard to get Aaron to sit down. He was taken to the hospital, where doctors said he needed to be placed in a medically induced coma and put on a ventilator. He was in the coma for a week and a half lost 11 days that I don't remember. Now Flanigan is back at work teaching virtual classes at high Point High school in Beltsville. He doesn't know how he got the virus. But the 39 year old does have an idea of why he got so sick While undergoing tests at the hospital. Flanagan was surprised to learn that he Diabetes, a factor that can lead to serious complications in Corona virus patients. I hear about people with extensive lingering aftereffects, consider myself pretty fortunate that the effects weren't long lasting. Nick IN Delhi, w T O P News lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union are asking Virginia to install an independent experts to evaluate how the state's prisons are responding to the Corona virus pandemic. That request comes amid an ongoing outbreak at Deerfield correction. L Center, which houses elderly and medically vulnerable inmates. There are 462 active infections among the prisoners and 10 deaths, and that's the highest in the state. Prison officials contend that they're following all available safety guidance and review. Their approach with the Centers for Disease Control this fall will be dealing with the Corona virus and the flu virus, which have similar symptoms. That is sure to cause challenges for doctors, but efforts are underway to make it easier. There are number of medical institutions a number of companies that are trying to pair influenza and cove in 19 testing, so you could do that on one sample at the same time. Meanwhile, Murali Gist Dr Andrew Bikash with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health says now is the time to get a flu shot. Asked if colder weather might bring more Corona virus cases, Akash says it's clear being indoors in close contact with others can help it spread. It is a concern from just from that level alone. And there may be some biology behind the fact that the winter months may allow the virus to be spread a little bit more efficiently than it has been seen in the summer. Michelle Bash, w T. O P knew Well, we've learned this morning where some covert 19 patients in Maryland may have gotten infected. The Baltimore Sun has obtained contact tracing data gathered at the air by the state during interviews in July and August, and it turns out about a quarter of patients went to work outside their homes. Within 14 days of getting their positive test results were feeling sick. About four In 10 reported visiting Ah high risk location, including shopping centers, restaurants or Jim's. Maryland is reported more than 121,000 cases of confirmed Corona virus infections and almost 300 make that 3800 deaths. It's 5 14..
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"Gener. So show happy Tuesday to all ofyou. Dres joins us as he's guest hosting for Ursula. Ursula. We back tomorrow coming up. And 15 minutes. We haven't even genealogists that will join our show. Usually Dr Angela Rasmussen, who is a Murali Gist joins us, but she has a substitute for today. So someone different, But we will be asking covert questions that comes up in 15 minutes. Drays. It's now time to talk hypocrisy and why. Because here's the deal. Here's how we're getting to that situation. The head of Ireland Tourism Agency was forced to resign. So you might wonder why did you resign? He actually resigned over the phone when he got caught. On vacation in Italy. His own agency was advising people to take vacation in Ireland because of the Corona virus. Now, right? So here it is. They're telling people Hey, as faras vacation is concerned you to make sure you're hanging out at home. Do the right thing. So this is a Ah do it Do as I say. And not as I do, And this is a situation where he gets busted. Himself taking a vacation over the phone. He resigned. So that's the story which transcends transcends to this question. In all kinds of ways. We can be counted hypocrites way all can do that. Yeah. What is it? What is something? What is something that you have found yourself to be? A hypocrite. You know, I struggled with this question. Not because I'm not hypocritical. Let me start there. Make sure we're not putting that out there. I was trying to find something good. And I don't feel like I had a good one. So I'm gonna get you real quick with some rapid fire. Just real quick. Ah, little things. Cell phones are bad for me. I know that I'm like a healthy guy, but I use my cell phone. Next to me next to the bed. I lay it there when I know I shouldn't Coffee's bad for me, but I drink it. More personal ones are like I'm the guy who thinks people should go to church. I love church. I think it's a great time to like, sit there and get a positive message. Weekly. You need something positive in your spirit like that, But I like bedside Baptists at this point I like sitting there, pull it up Mike, my cellphone and watching and the other one that I had the last two ahead. McDonald's. I don't not eat pork. But I do eat that McDonald's breakfast sandwich with pork. And so that wait, Wait, wait, wait, Which you're not going to do is wrap up with the hood up so you don't eat pork. When you will not turn down that song. Yeah, I don't know why McDonald's has figured out how to make the best breakfast sandwich for me. I'm like Jesus thing is still better than everybody. Why doesn't anyone make a better breakfast and wish to McDonald? There's no, There's no argument. I don't I don't know. I don't know why. In my opinion, McDonald's has cornered the market on breakfast. We don't want to talk about that hash brown the simple hash round. I love it. The hotcakes, Lovett sauces and time held love it. All of it. All of it. I know that I know they're using the worst ingredients. It doesn't matter does it? I said his last one in the spirit of fun. I on the West Coast, especially in the general election. Do not feel my vote counts. As my contradiction. I don't think my vote counts it all. I had an argument with somebody just two days ago. They're telling me that their vote doesn't count because they're in the state of California. So it doesn't matter does it Doesn't matter. I know which way we're going. Doesn't matter. I could show up or not show up. Doesn't matter Matter Fact now, Amy toe all you Republicans out there. Your vote doesn't count either. Okay. All right. Good here. I think here's mine. I tell people all the time to follow the rules Do it's right. Don't break the law. But sometimes if you see my car rolling down I five I might be in the carpool lane here. That guy. I'm that guy coming up. Next. We have even genealogists that will join us to answer all of your Kobe questions. Jean Ursula shelf drinks. Sunday. Mariners baseball baseball Holy Smokes to Baseball finally returns to the diamond end to the airway Strike three called on the outside corner four strikeouts in a row for you say Gucci every Sunday afternoon catch Marco Gonzalez, P. Crawford and the Seattle Mariners on Cairo radio 97 3 Bogle back streaming live on your smart speakers..
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"Up to transfer center, eight cents a $40.83 a barrel Comex gold, up half percent, or $9.50 at 18 09 80 announced the euro 1.1423 against the dollar. The yen is that 107.23 Netflix is down almost 7% this morning. And US own construction starts rose 17% in June, with builders ramping up production as lockdowns eased. That's a Bloomberg business Flash toman Paul Karen, Thanks so much. He's a Murali gist. He's with the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Should state that Mr. Bloomberg is, of course, founder of Bloomberg LP, this TV this radio operation as well, and he has been philanthropic with his Johns Hopkins. University. We have benefited. From repeated conversations with Murali Gist, Andrew Pickoffs here, an update from Dr Peck lives. Being prepared for this pandemic. Having seen the first large number of cases that came to the country, we should have been better prepared to deal with the eventual surges and small outbreaks that are occurring now It's incredibly dis concerning To see the level of cases that are coming up in places. And, more importantly, the lack of riel responses to get those case numbers down. This's not the way you deal with a pandemic, and we've been prepared not only from our own experiences, but from the experiences of other countries. We know how to intervene here to get these case numbers down. It seems to just be a lack of either political will or personal will to implement those those tools. Okay, I'll go with a personal will, and we've seen some good articles as we showing percentage of mask wearing in societies. In all that. What are we going to see? In the next week or two? I was ripped up on Twitter, Dr Peck off looking at the death dynamics of first and second derivative of log path of deaths. Help me here with the death dynamics lagging the case dynamics right now. Yeah. So we know because of the course of the disease will see Case numbers increased first will see hospitalizations lag that Bye anywhere between 7 to 10 days. And then we'll see deaths lag that by another seven days or so. What's interesting about now is the initial cases are in a younger population. So those surges air really coming up in terms of those What we call healthier individuals who may not be suffering as much death. But what we're going to see is now the transmission of virus from those individuals to more susceptible individuals. And that's going to mean that the hospitalization and the death rates are going to increase on even further delay. So we are expecting to see These surges in severe cases like even further than we have in the first wave in this in the country, and by the time we see that, Serge it's going to be almost too late to intervene because of that delay in in terms of monitoring cases. Yeah, that would certainly be a very serious situation. But Dr Picot in terms of the severity of cases, is it really true that cases A less severe for young people, because you see a lot of anecdotal evidence, particularly on social media of people talking about really frightening symptoms that Ryker for weeks if not months on end, and this is the important thing to understand about things like when people use things like case fatality rates or hospitalization rates it, baby that if you're younger The percentage of individuals that suffer those severe cases is lower across the population, but we have to remember that virtually the entire U. S population is susceptible to diseases. So even to this to this disease, so even a small percentage of severe cases amplified by the entire population of the US turns into a large number of cases, and that's the important part that people have to remember. It's not just about Well, most young individuals won't have suffer severe cases. There's enough of these young individuals that the number of severe cases is really going to be large. And on top of that. They are efficient transmitters of the disease, so you'll see the severe disease and other populations that we know stuff from spirit disease. So this's not a benign disease. This is not a common cold, like virus than the severity of diseases covered with large numbers of susceptible people is gonna translate into a large number of severe cases that were going to say hi and I'm on the transmission. Of course, the W H O is still looking into whether there's airborne transmission of covered 19. But what about the Immune response. What more do we know about whether people can build up sufficient immunity to this as we wait for a vaccine? Yes, With the vaccine trials, we've had some good results. Still, preliminary results still results off small population sizes, but it seems like many of the vaccines That have been fast tracked are generating the immune response that we want to see that we assume will protect us from infection. We still have a lot of safety work to do with these vaccines, and that's going to come in play. When we get the larger trials coming in place now into the early fall in terms of the immune responses to infection, it's kind of a mixed bag. In the same way that this virus causes a wide spectrum of disease ranging from no symptoms, toe hospitalization and death. We're seeing that the virus also induces a wide spectrum of immune responses from rather modest ones that fade wrote him too quickly to rather strong ones. That can last for at least a few months, because that's how much of the data that we have. So it's again a big, hetero genius spectrum. In terms of the immune responses that are induced by infection, the vaccines seem a little bit more. Tighter in terms of their immune response, So that's a good sign. Andr Pecos of Johns Hopkins University. Quick. I got the number guess wrong for the day Paul Sweeney..