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Fresh "Pfizer" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:31 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh "Pfizer" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Maryland they believe they did finish up whatever they were doing mobile on the built way outer loop near two 70 slow but steady or through Silver Spring works on two 70 should be clear And at the bay bridge limited wind restrictions for underweight trucks but more importantly no delays east and westbound on 50 you are breezing right across the Chesapeake But as this ballet theater presents the nutcracker featuring live music by the manassas ballet theater orchestra December 16th through the 23rd at the Hilton performing arts center manassas ballet dot org Dave dill dine WTO P traffic Let's get that latest forecast now from Lauren ricketts Lots of clouds around today and expect a few passing showers as we continue through the afternoon and evening Temperatures you're in 70° today crazy right But it is a little on the windy side wins out of the south and west those are gonna turn northwest later on this evening that's gonna push colder temperatures into the area 20s and 30s overnight and still a little breezy Tomorrow only around 40 partly sunny lighter wins Wednesday morning showers snow and rain shower some minor accumulation mainly grassy surfaces maybe up to an inch specially north and west to D.C. tapering off in the afternoon I'm storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts Right now 68° in hyattsville 64° in Fredericksburg at 60 over on the eastern shore in Easton And these temperatures are being fueled by a southerly wind gusting to 29 mph so yep it is pretty windy out there and brought to you by dulles glass For all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com tell us glass love your glass Two 51 now Montgomery county is seeing a surge of coronavirus cases just like much of the rest of the country And it's happening as the health department continues to ramp up vaccinations especially for the younger population Montgomery county has just received its largest delivery of Pfizer vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 Just over 24,000 vaccines will be available starting this week Before this shipment county clinics were unable to keep up with demand Sean O'Donnell the Montgomery county Department of Health and Human Services We're excited that we had a shipment of vaccine pediatric vaccine come in this morning from the state which we've already been scheduling appointments across this week and into the weekend for first dose pediatric clinics O'Donnell says at least 35% of those ages 5 to 11 in the county have received at least one dose He said that they also received additional doses for those 12 and up as well Valerie Vaughan WTO P news Can the world's next pandemic be more deadly and contagious than COVID One of the scientists behind the AstraZeneca vaccine thinks it is possible unless there's more money devoted to research Professor Sara Gilbert also says we need better preparation to fight new emerging health threats Gilbert's viewpoint comes from excerpts of a speech she's giving tonight She claims the scientific advances made in fighting deadly viruses must not be lost because of the cost of fighting the current pandemic Passengers on the cruise ship Norwegian breakaway say they were kept in the dark about the 17 people on board who tested positive for coronavirus including one with the omicron variant Nobody ever knew Passengers said the first they learned there were 17 cases of COVID-19 on board their crews was when they got back into cell phone range on their way back to the port of New Orleans We didn't know anything about an outbreak on the ship We heard when we got to port and had cell phone service and saw the news The crew shipped part of New Orleans Sunday on another excursion this time passengers told masks are required indoors and everyone will be tested twice during the cruise Chris Miller for CBS News New Orleans An apparent cyberattack knocked the Maryland health department website offline A health department spokesman tells W TOP the state is in the process of investigating a network security incident Visitors are being redirected to the main Maryland dot gov site Dozens of health department services and resources are currently unavailable Up ahead in money news Good quarter for a big local employer I'm Jeff label Two 53 With indeed instant match just sponsor a post and.

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Clarifying Claims Around Pfizer Vaccine Deaths and Side Effects

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:44 min | 5 d ago

Clarifying Claims Around Pfizer Vaccine Deaths and Side Effects

"So I'll tell you something that I just learned. Pfizer had a at a test. Tested its vaccine. I think the groups for 22,000 people and there was a vaccinated group and a non vaccinated group. And the press reports and Pfizer presumably told them they were 100% more fatalities from in the non vaccinated group than in the vaccinated group. This is fascinating. You have to hear this. So what does that mean? It means two people died of COVID in the non vaccinated and one person in the vaccinated. That's what it actually means. However, considerably more, I don't have the raw numbers in front of me. Considerably more died of all causes. In the vaccinated group. I did not know that until yesterday. Did you know that? You who are listening? I suspect not. The issue isn't only who died of COVID. Also, you know, these things normally take three years for approval. This was done in 6 months. People who don't want the vaccine have very good reason not to want the vaccine.

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Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"From Chicago you always thought that this was the safest place in the city to be but these last few years has been really really rough A 15 year old was shot after he bumped someone on wabash He's in good condition a CT bus driver is recovering after being beat up near Michigan and Washington Saturday night and he's in fair condition 30 people were shot 6 fatally in weekend violence School district officials rescinded a decision canceling sports and after school activities at Oak Park river forest high school We get more from Nick Gail In a statement sent to parents Sunday evening superintendent Greg Johnson said that the final decision on reinstating school programs hinge on how well students respond to news stepped up rules aimed at preventing transmission of the virus everyone inside the school for instance will be required to wear a high quality mask and saliva testing will be increased Johnson says after evaluating student behavior today a decision will be released by 7 p.m. The tribune report said on Saturday parents and students gathered in front of the school to protest the school's initial announcement that all clubs athletics and extracurricular activities would be canceled for the remainder of the semester Nick Gail 8 90 W LS news With the omen crony now found in 17 states scientists are working around the clock to find out more about the variant including its transmissibility and severity ABC's M nugent has the latest on what studies have shown so far A new preliminary study suggests Omar Khan may have borrowed genetic material from the common cold making it more infectious and though it may be more transmissible reports in South Africa where o'clock emerged indicate hospitalization rates have not increased alarmingly but top infectious disease expert doctor Anthony Fauci warns they still need more information and the delta variant remains the dominant strain A preliminary study out on a unique COVID booster shot combination The study followed people who were fully vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine and then got a Johnson & Johnson shot as a third dose 6 months later Researchers measured their immune responses one month after the booster shot They found that people had a boost in antibodies similar to what they'd get with another Pfizer but got a bigger increase in another part of the immune system T cells the studies still being analyzed it looked at 65 people who got that combo The research was led by Boston's Beth Israel deaconess med center chuck sievertson ABC News WLS news time 1104.

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Pfizer seeks US booster OK for kids aged 16-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Pfizer seeks US booster OK for kids aged 16-17

"With with new new concerns concerns about about coded coded nineteen nineteen Pfizer's Pfizer's asking asking federal federal regulators regulators for for permission permission to to give give booster booster shots shots to to older older teens teens right right now now U. U. S. S. health health authorities authorities are are recommending recommending Kobe Kobe booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults eighteen eighteen and and up up and and warn warn it's it's especially especially urgent urgent now now with with the the Omicron Omicron very very introspective introspective being being even even more more contagious contagious than than the the delta delta variant variant visor visor C. C. E. E. O. O. says says they've they've reached reached out out to to the the FDA FDA asking asking regulators regulators to to allow allow booster booster shots shots for for sixteen sixteen and and seventeen seventeen year year olds olds to to offer offer them them extra extra protection protection the the food food and and drug drug administration administration is is expected expected to to consider consider the the request request rapidly rapidly I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

02:23 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"The U.S.'s chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci over the weekend saying that it doesn't look like there's a great degree of severity to it so far and yet also very cautious This is very early days isn't it Sam Absolutely Caroline The thing that we have to understand here is that the virus by itself is nothing It's just a sack of genes It's how it interacts with the host that creates the problem And if this virus has been able to develop mutations that allow it to evade our immunity You will see significant reinfections and the cases going up But as we've always said the other arm of the immune system the cellular armor of immune system is much less at risk usually So one hope that that is the case here in that folks who've been previously infected and certainly those who've been vaccinated because you get the best immunity from a vaccination or protected against the disease But Caroline there's one problem here Yes If this thing is so much more infectious and in fact absolutely everybody in its way irrespective of immunity or not The sheer volume will mean that it will find people who susceptible to severe disease And so what we have to calculate is whether that's enough to put stress on healthcare systems and unfortunately we have to wait a week or two for us to really see how that's playing at What did you make of this report then that this variant Infected people across a hallway that they didn't touch that it was that they may be passed through this hallway and therefore infected each other Yes Well so we've seen one or two situations like that before also with the delta variant So I don't want to put too much on that I mean it was well studied and well analyzed The thing is we have to understand how this virus is behaving and how it's transmitting Remember there are two or three ways you can do that is through fomites which is where you've left virus on a surface that does someone else has touched which has been much less of an issue until now or at least so far And then there's two modes of transmission through the air One is via aerosol tiny particles that last a long long time through the air and the other one is droplets So if one predominating with the omicron and that is therefore more susceptible to transmission over time of a distances et cetera that's what we need to understand But it looks very infectious so far Okay Sam I'm going for my booster job this week I've been sent the ping the message from the NHS You did a piece about which booster is best and that is UK data on this There is there is an let's not forget it's all about antibodies again And there was some studying of the T cell response cellular arm So based on these two immune markers so this wasn't a study that looked at how well they worked in terms of preventing disease or infections The one the best combinations where if you'd had to say the AstraZeneca vaccine as two primary vaccine shots were a Pfizer and Moderna And if you'd had the Pfizer then either AstraZeneca orbiter and I worked well So basically the mRNA vaccines are the ones to focus on here Okay Well with the vaccine rollouts the boos across the UK and a lot of you up to interesting to know that thank you so much Sam for being with me That is Bloomberg's Sam fazeli there are Bloomberg intelligence director of research So let's get over now too but it works you and pots who's actually.

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Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

The Dan Bongino Show

02:59 min | 6 d ago

Steve Deace: There Have Been Two Constants About COVID Since March 2020

"Very few people have covered coronavirus the political implications epidemiologic ones Better than you you've been a very sober mind on this And of course that's made you a target You've written a few great books on in Fauci and bargain and others You know is this something like Groundhog Day again with a crime here I mean how many times are we gonna go through this It's the same cycle Steve over and over again A new variant emerges by the way which happens with respiratory viruses often This is nothing unusual right We don't get the data We're not sure what the R nought is the fatality rate the case fatality rate the infection but we don't know what even The media goes crazy gets everybody losing their minds Draconian lockdowns ensue none of it works Everything kind of dies down but there you go boom another variant appears I mean why not summing that up accurately You are summing it up accurately And what's particular sinister about this one there's actually a report out in just the last hour that shows that this new variant was actually detected in Europe that they've actually traced it to Europe weeks ago And it was just not reported to the medical community or to the world until the medical community in South Africa flagged it that it was brought to them actually And they're the ones that flagged it And then they got repaid of course by being quarantined from the rest of the world what's really sinister about this is if you look at the timing of this you know it does seem to coincide right around the moment that South Africa said to the WHO and to Pfizer that they were not going to sign up for their recurring every 6 months three months 90 days We don't know yet We don't even know what fully vaccinated means now because we don't know how many times we have to keep boost during you It is kind of funny that shortly after they said we're not going to do that We're going to opt out of that Shortly thereafter lo and behold here is this new variant from South Africa and they need to be cordoned off and quarantined from the rest of the world Then there have been two constants Since this began on March 16th 2020 there have been two constants Number one whatever you're not allowed to talk about right now on Facebook or Twitter will be proven true in 3.9 months later That's number one Number two there can be no control groups Because control groups give us observational truth They bring us to objective realities okay And so that's why we don't have random controlled studies on masks That's why they don't want last year We had to ignore Sweden when they didn't lock down and everybody else did We went from being told for 20 years by left the blue check marks we got to be like Sweden to now they're like Sweden rectum barely knew I don't even know where to tell the sweetness It's like okay And then now it's the same thing on vaccine This is why everybody has to get even the naturally immune like me I had COVID back in May It was awful for about a day and a half It felt like there was a entire iron on my chest okay But now I have natural immunity No there can be no control group that shows that maybe our vaccines don't work or have waning efficacy or lo and behold might even be causing three antibody dependent enhancement the variants to become worse And so all of this has been about no control group and things that you are not permitted to say until certain times Those are things that are not about health and they're about power and control Those are authoritarian

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Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

01:24 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Different communities brought half a dozen elderly residents of the cottages of Fox Lake assisted living community to the hospital They had all tested positive for COVID-19 Facility says they were taken to the emergency room for monoclonal antibody treatment They need to be held accountable to be interested was a nurse at the facility until three weeks ago when she says she quit because of the working conditions here The managers of the facility deny any safety lapses The U.S. is seeing its highest search in new COVID cases in two months since Thanksgiving travels a 100,000 new COVID cases of unreported each day the less time the nation hit that number was in early October Deaths have also risen with a 7 day average of over 1600 virus related deaths a day The first case of the COVID acron variant has been detected in Wisconsin W Jin's Dave Schwann with the tales The Wisconsin Department of Health services says the person had recently traveled to South Africa where the variant is prevalent 16 states now have on COVID cases as authorities try to determine if it's more contagious than previous strains A crime is yet to be detected in Illinois but mayor lightfoot says it's only a matter of time before it's here Dave Schwann WGN news Meanwhile the CDC announced this weekend that nearly 200 million Americans nearly 60% of the population are vaccinated Doctor Anthony Fauci says although amaranth highly transmissible vaccines and boosters are still key If you get boosted you're going to get your level up way up and we feel certain that there will be a some degree and maybe a considerable degree of protection against the amaron variant if in fact it starts to take hold in a dominant way in this country New requirements start today for travelers headed into the U.S. they must show a negative COVID test within a day of boarding their flight instead of three days prior The Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine booster may give those immunized with the Pfizer vaccine a stronger immune response and better protect against a severe case of the coronavirus Researchers released their findings yesterday which showed out of 65 volunteers study those who got the J&J shot after the first two Pfizer rounds got a slower but more sustained antibody response against the original COVID virus along with the delta and beta variants This study though also suggested that while the Pfizer booster produced a quicker and stronger response the protection also faded more rapidly Deciding the rules of interstellar conduct and warfare is not just for the movies China is a tremendous set threat Now I don't think it's a foregone conclusion that they will be the leader in space by the end of the decade but they're on an incredible pace On Fox News Sunday U.S. Space Force general David Thompson explained not only will China have the most satellites in space by the end of the decade their ability to weaponize equipment and destroy satellites is concerning He noted recent talks of knock on well with either China and Russia and they refuse to abide by basic international principles of responsible behavior in space Thompson's comments come less than a month after Russia successfully destroyed one of its own satellites A security firm says hackers made off with nearly $200 million from the crypto trading platform BitMart bit Mark confirmed the hex Saturday night saying it was a large scale security breach while bit Mart states the hackers with drew on a $150 million in assets the security and data analytics firm estimates that number is at 196 million The hackers reportedly took a mix of over 20 tokens including binance coin and safe moon and Shiba Inu Chicago's annual toys for Todd's parade returned to Chicago this year For more than 40 years the Chicagoland motorcycle parade toys for tots has drawn thousands of bikers Their 15 mile track from 85th and western to lane tech high school with the mission of collecting thousands of toys for those in need Last year the parade was canceled for the first time because of the pandemic Donations were down The goal is to bring those numbers back up Those WGN's Sean Lewis WGN sports the black hawks beat the New York islanders three two the hawks host the rangers Tuesday the pregame with Joe brand at 7 the face off at 7 30 with John whiteman on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com The bears fell to the.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

12:48 min | Last week

"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"Quickly you could see a mutation around that. It seems like it's highly conserved. There's no reason to think that this new variant that that protease inhibitor would be any different than the one in delta or the original COVID. But at this point, you have other targets that you're working on that you just haven't told us about at this point that might be used in a combination with what looks to be very promising already. That's a very very good question. And as I said, we designed that the current one without in mind, so that will be able not to develop resistance when the virus mutates. Because as you know, all so far, the mutations that we have seen in variants of concerns are in the spy. And this has nothing to do with the spy. It works in a very different method. And the fact that the mechanisms that it worked, which is inhibits the protest in the virus, it starts that this protest it is very vital for the virus to survive. So it's very difficult for the virus to create a mutation that doesn't need this protein. And so that the dragon of work. So I'm very, very, very confident that this drug works for all non mutations, including the omega. But we are working on follow up. Drugs for the eventual case that may be a resistance is developed. Are there other things that other targets, there's polymerase? I mean, I don't know, it's a very small genome, obviously there's not a lot of different proteins that are coded for in COVID. There would be something else I figured you could use for some type of cocktail. Is there anything else that you're not telling us about that Pfizer researchers are working on Albert? Nothing that would be announced, let's say next week. But we are already working with and this is you need to know a standard practice when you're doing the virus or already we are working on second and third generation. Albert wanted to also separately just ask you about cost and cost of the antiviral. We've talked about it before, but if in fact, the antiviral pills become a critical component of this, especially if the vaccines don't have the same kind of efficacy. Could you see pricing come down? Would you consider rethinking the pricing because as we know a vaccine might be 20, $30, this antiviral pills could be ten more than ten times that. I think we're talking about 6 or $700. Yes, you're right. But, you know, we went out with a price and for the government that takes that thing that was very interesting. You need to know the price of this undivided despite a very, very high efficacy. It is almost one third of what the prices of the antibodies are there. So it's really. Very cost effective right now for the system. Given the hospitalizations that would be avoided. And keep in mind that we wave the patterns completely for the low income countries. So barriers should not be priced or intellectual property for anyone to make. So Albert, you do sort of adapt your vaccine all the time, and we can do it quickly and you're able to do that sort of in a flu vaccine type fashion to the new variants from COVID. Do you foresee that this would be would you call it a booster? We'd get another booster every year or would be a modified booster that would provide a better antigenic response than the original vaccine. Well, do you see this happening every year? We either get a booster boost a regular booster of the same vaccine or a slightly different vaccine every year to deal with what we're seeing with these mutations. Is that what you forese? It's almost like a, I mean, for Pfizer, you'd be selling these things every year, and not that you want to do that. I'm sure you're not hoping for that, but it would be almost like an annuity for Pfizer. I did make a projection a month ago that the most likely scenario, it is that we would need after the third dose annual revaccination against forbid for multiple reasons because of the unity that would be waving because of the virus that I'm sure will be maintained around the world for the years to come. And also because of the need of variance that will emerge. I'm more confident right now that this will be the case than I was when I met. The projection. I think we are going to have a manual for revaccination. I don't know how we're going to call it. But will be a 9 year revaccination. And that should be able to keep us really safe. Albert, just trying to take a step back sort of a big picture view of things. As you learned about this variant emerging and the information that exists about it is limited as it is, what is your level of concern about it at this point? You mean? Yes. Look, I am concerned, but as I said, we have been preparing for that. We have to start with a treatment. If things goes wrong, right? And we can't provide protection, which I don't think will be the case. We have a treatment that will work against this virus that can be taken home. You don't need to go to hospital. Secondly, we have done it twice. We were able to create 95 days a new vaccine tailor made to new virus. We started to write making for the shelter, which is this one. So if the current dose, which is very likely that three doses from the current vaccine will keep us well protected, but repeat three doses of the current vaccine will keep us well protected. But if we find out, but this is not enough before the virus starts emerging in those places in, let's say, more places in the world than becoming the big one, we should be able to have one developed. The third, manufacturing, we have been working for that without in mind. This is the playbook. How can we switch manufacturing of a new vaccine to show that we will not lose volume capacity? And we have been reached a level almost overnight. So we will be able to switch our manufacturing capacity and the line that was producing before the old vaccine within two days will start producing the new vaccine with no loss of volume. And I repeat we have reached a capacity of a billion doses third quarter already this quarter remained a $1 billion. So next year, it is almost in the pocket 4 billion doses that we can make. If there is a need for a new one, we will make almost 4 billion doses of the new one. So with that in mind that availability will not be an issue. But the efficacy is very high, but there are treatments around, no, I'm optimistic we have been preparing for that and we are going to win this battle as well. All right, so I'm optimism is what we need Albert. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. And we hope to have you back soon as we get more information about the vaccines in this variant. Thanks again. Stay well. Cheese will be next. Next, on squat pod, what all this only cron news means for the energy markets and for your gas prices. With CNBC's Brian Sullivan. I think this COVID news gives OPEC some political cover if it wanted to pause to say, well, it's COVID and it's demand and we don't know rather than pausing based solely on the SPR release get the best CNBC pro offer Black Friday through cyber Monday, exclusive stock picks and money making ideas all at a special price. Three months for only 59.99. Joint CNBC pro today at CNBC dot com slash cyber Monday pro. I'm Stan Andrew by. You're listening to squawk pod. Here's Andrew Ross Sorkin. We wanted to get an update right now on the oil markets. Brian Sullivan has more on what is at stake. Brian. Yo, what's the sake of global pricing Andrew? Okay, of course, crude oil took a 13% hit on Friday. It was a biggest drop of all time in the futures markets going all the way back to 1988 right now. We are recovering, not quite half that, crude oil futures up about 5% 4.9% whatever you want to say as we were saying that maybe they were shot of the downside. A lot of positive stuff about demand coming out, right? Demand for petroleum products. Gas buddy, say the gasoline demand in America said a four day record last week. If you were on the roads, you know what I'm talking about. Everybody was driving. Filippo has been talking about flights. Well, jet fuel demand at least right now not expected to take a major hit. Remember, the fuel used on the few flights per day back and forth from the U.S. to Africa is basically irrelevant. It's just a couple of flights a week. The question is whether any demand to hit the domestic U.S. flying so far does not appear so yet, again, that could change, but yet, a lot of fear in the oil markets coming into last week about lockdowns for Germany does not look like that will happen. They may have some regional shutdowns among the unvaccinated. That's pretty much it. Bottom line is this guys have not read or seen anything as of yet, and that's key yet suggesting a meaningful hit to demand. Again, that could change, but we are not seeing it at this time. Now, globally, there are a lot of things happening, particularly this week. You've got OPEC plus meeting on Thursday. The question is, will it continue its path of adding an extra 400,000 barrels per day each month like they've been doing scaling up? Or decide to pause because demand is uncertain. We'll see. There have been some headlines today. The Saudi energy minister abdulaziz bin Salman sang sort of in a passing comment that he has put calm and not really concerned what that means we can read into it also lost to the headlines guys, talk some reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal kicked off in Vienna, Austria today. It is unknown how those will turn out, but if they turn out well, it could bring Iran back into the global market sort of on the U.S. side in dollars anyway, legally, which could add more demand or supply, not expected to see that, but the Iranian nuclear talks also kicking off if we needed something else to weave into this global story. You know, Brian, the biggest question, though, if the Saudis are going to go ahead with this or not, will they get a pass from The White House? If they do, if they say, okay, at this point, we're going to hold off and wait and see what happens, which maybe is a reasonable thing to go ahead and do. The White House has already put so much pressure. How would they react to that? That's a really interesting question, Becky. I'm gonna say the three most hated words anybody on TV wants to say. I don't know, 'cause here's the Domino's game, right? You've got the president coming out sort of urging OPEC to release more oil at the same time, by the way they want to increase fees on drilling in federal land. They're doing that. So they get together this coalition with R SPR, the coalition is small, but the SPR released 50 million barrels kind of sending a message. If OPEC pauses and says, well, we're going to wait and see that could increase attention for the no pec build. These sort of outlawing cartel bills that have been in Congress. Do you know who the co sponsor of that no pec Bill was back in the day? I have a Delaware by the name of Joseph R Biden. Correct. So I think this COVID news Friday gives OPEC some political cover if it wanted to pause to say, well, it's COVID and it's demand and we don't know rather than pausing based solely on the SPR release because you also got to remember Joseph R Biden the senator from Delaware urged then president Bill Clinton to sue OPEC 21 years ago. His history with this organization has been adversarial. It's going back a long time. Thursday should be very interesting, assuming the meeting is not delayed. Indeed it will be. Brian, thank you. That is squawk pod for today, thanks for starting your week with us. Squawk box is hosted by Joe kernan Becky quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Tune in weekday mornings on CNBC at 6 eastern. Follow, squawk pod wherever you get your podcasts and send us feedback on what you hear. We're on Twitter at squawk, CNBC, or leave us a rating or review on Apple podcasts. Thanks.

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Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

Bloomberg Wall Street Week

01:31 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pfizer" discussed on Bloomberg Wall Street Week

"Lot of worry about this week As we came out of the weekend reeling from news of a new variant called omo cron that we weren't even sure at the beginning how to pronounce or how effective our vaccines would be in fighting it But doctor Anthony Fauci said the best defense no matter what is to get vaccinated and boosted We know what we need to do to protect people get vaccinated and Pfizer CEO Albert borla promised that if we need another vaccine it is just around the corner If the virus escapes the protection of our vaccine after a booster dose which would be very difficult I think but we need to check it We have already lost Friday started process of developing a tailored mate vaccine but not only we have very high level of confidence that we will have it ready within hundred days But we have very high level of confidence that we can manufacture it by billions And if omikron weren't enough we had fed chair J Powell admitting that they'd gotten it wrong The inflation is more persistent and broader than they had anticipated And that as a result that schedule for cutting back bond purchases just last month may need to move up The economy is very strong and inflationary pressures are high and it is therefore appropriate in my view to consider wrapping up the taper of our asset purchases which we actually announced at the November meeting Perhaps a few months sooner And if all that weren't enough on Friday Chinese regulation of DD hit tech hard given the markets one more thing to contend with So after a Monday rebound the S&P 500 had the worst two day slide in over a year leaving the index down for the week about 2% While the NASDAQ hidden part by that Chinese problem fell over 2.6% And when it comes to bonds the treasury ten year yield was off almost 12 basis points while the yield curve flattened as the two year moved up on anticipation of that fed rate hike Here to make sense of this volatile week Rebecca Patterson director of investor research at Bridgewater and Barbara and Bernard founder CEO and CIO of win kress capital So welcome to both of you Barbara Ann let me first start out with you as we try to sort through a really tumultuous week What really affected the markets and what was just a faint Well I think the combination of the virus and the fed is sort of the perfect storm because on one hand you had a virus holding back certain parts of the market such as the reopening trade And on the other hand the March 22 COVID playbook was completely crushed by the Fred because if you think about who that was it was the beneficiary of cheap money such as your peloton to stay at home and no other manager really exemplifies that trade as well as Kathy wood And if you look at her fund ark is down 16% since Thanksgiving Day when we learned of the virus And typically you would have thought that would have been your go to playbook So what this means is you need a new playbook this time The feds change of stance is very material So Rebecca I'm curious about that change of stance from the fed Is it a change of stance in that we know that they're going to taper and that they are ultimately going to hike Or is it rather let's improve our options I think it's the latter really The fed is trying to make sure it has optionality It's still not sure if inflation is going to be where it quite a bit lower next year or quite a bit higher next year But by speeding up the taper you can address inflation expectations make sure they don't de anchor now You finish the taper and that's completely separate from tightening So if inflation stays high and we think the risk is that inflation could stay high housing supply is going to take a long time to come back Labor is going to take a while to come back energy commodities those supplies are going to take a while to come back So that inflation pressure is going to last If that's true then the fed can raise rates faster And right now we only have two hikes priced in for the second half of next year So there is room for more to get priced in And that can push yields back up Just as fast as they came down this week Yeah exactly Very powerful point Barbara let's talk about that inflation issue If in fact it stays up are you starting to see it sort out some of the stocks you get involved in individual stocks There's certain stocks you want to go to in a high inflation world Oh absolutely I mean I'm very fond of bringing metals for example and there have beneficiary of inflation And I think every portfolio is woefully under allocated to them but I think with the markets telling you right now is that the fed might be doing a deflationary lower growth policy mistake The markets are expensive whether it's a stock or a market David Punching multiple Kate lower growth And that's what people are afraid of is that we will have lower growth And so you'll see multiple contractions So this stock that you absolutely want to stay away from are sort of what I would call those speculative bubble ones where they have no earnings They have and that game is sort of over So it's more right now How do you protect yourself from things that have been baptistries of this environment Well let's pick up on that just for a moment because one interesting thing at the end of the week I saw from Charlie Munger actually and the Warren Buffett's partner is pointing out how many of the NASDAQ 100 stocks actually are below their 52 day low as opposed to above And it's sort of a record number It's like 588 of 3500 or something like that Are we seeing something like a bursting of some of the tech bubble We try to monitor for bubbles in the stock market and based on our own calculations There's probably about 10% of the U.S. stock market that we would consider frothy But the bulk of it we think is fairly valued And a lot of the stocks that we think are frothy are in that speculative camp Okay I'm delighted to say Barbara and Bernard of winter's capital.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

Squawk Pod

07:43 min | Last week

"pfizer" Discussed on Squawk Pod

"To see. I don't exclude that this is the case, but I haven't heard it before. Okay. Thanks. Albert, is there anything that we don't know that you know about another target for some type of therapeutic that would go into some type of maybe cocktail like we've seen in dealing with previous viruses? We're talking about the protease inhibitor. I'm wondering how quickly you could see a mutation around that. It seems like it's highly conserved. There's no reason to think that this new variant that that protease inhibitor would be any different than the one in delta or the original COVID. But at this point, you have other targets that you're working on that you just haven't told us about at this point that might be used in a combination with what looks to be very promising already. That's a very very good question. And as I said, we designed that the current one without in mind, so that will be able not to develop resistance when the virus mutates. Because as you know, all so far, the mutations that we have seen in variants of concerns are in the spy. And this has nothing to do with the spy. It works in a very different method. And the fact that the mechanisms that it worked, which is inhibits the protest in the virus, it starts that this protest it is very vital for the virus to survive. So it's very difficult for the virus to create a mutation that doesn't need this protein. And so that the dragon of work. So I'm very, very, very confident that this drug works for all non mutations, including the omega. But we are working on follow up. Drugs for the eventual case that may be a resistance is developed. Are there other things that other targets, there's polymerase? I mean, I don't know, it's a very small genome, obviously there's not a lot of different proteins that are coded for in COVID. There would be something else I figured you could use for some type of cocktail. Is there anything else that you're not telling us about that Pfizer researchers are working on Albert? Nothing that would be announced, let's say next week. But we are already working with and this is you need to know a standard practice when you're doing the virus or already we are working on second and third generation. Albert wanted to also separately just ask you about cost and cost of the antiviral. We've talked about it before, but if in fact, the antiviral pills become a critical component of this, especially if the vaccines don't have the same kind of efficacy. Could you see pricing come down? Would you consider rethinking the pricing because as we know a vaccine might be 20, $30, this antiviral pills could be ten more than ten times that. I think we're talking about 6 or $700. Yes, you're right. But, you know, we went out with a price and for the government that takes that thing that was very interesting. You need to know the price of this undivided despite a very, very high efficacy. It is almost one third of what the prices of the antibodies are there. So it's really. Very cost effective right now for the system. Given the hospitalizations that would be avoided. And keep in mind that we wave the patterns completely for the low income countries. So barriers should not be priced or intellectual property for anyone to make. So Albert, you do sort of adapt your vaccine all the time, and we can do it quickly and you're able to do that sort of in a flu vaccine type fashion to the new variants from COVID. Do you foresee that this would be would you call it a booster? We'd get another booster every year or would be a modified booster that would provide a better antigenic response than the original vaccine. Well, do you see this happening every year? We either get a booster boost a regular booster of the same vaccine or a slightly different vaccine every year to deal with what we're seeing with these mutations. Is that what you forese? It's almost like a, I mean, for Pfizer, you'd be selling these things every year, and not that you want to do that. I'm sure you're not hoping for that, but it would be almost like an annuity for Pfizer. I did make a projection a month ago that the most likely scenario, it is that we would need after the third dose annual revaccination against forbid for multiple reasons because of the unity that would be waving because of the virus that I'm sure will be maintained around the world for the years to come. And also because of the need of variance that will emerge. I'm more confident right now that this will be the case than I was when I met. The projection. I think we are going to have a manual for revaccination. I don't know how we're going to call it. But will be a 9 year revaccination. And that should be able to keep us really safe. Albert, just trying to take a step back sort of a big picture view of things. As you learned about this variant emerging and the information that exists about it is limited as it is, what is your level of concern about it at this point? You mean? Yes. Look, I am concerned, but as I said, we have been preparing for that. We have to start with a treatment. If things goes wrong, right? And we can't provide protection, which I don't think will be the case. We have a treatment that will work against this virus that can be taken home. You don't need to go to hospital. Secondly, we have done it twice. We were able to create 95 days a new vaccine tailor made to new virus. We started to write making for the shelter, which is this one. So if the current dose, which is very likely that three doses from the current vaccine will keep us well protected, but repeat three doses of the current vaccine will keep us well protected. But if we find out, but this is not enough before the virus starts emerging in those places in, let's say, more places in the world than becoming the big one, we should be able to have one developed. The third, manufacturing, we have been working for that without in mind. This is the playbook. How can we switch manufacturing of a new vaccine to show that we will not lose volume capacity? And we have been reached a level almost overnight. So we will be able to switch our manufacturing capacity and the line that was producing before the old vaccine within two days will start producing the new vaccine with no loss of volume. And I repeat we have reached a capacity of a billion doses third quarter already this quarter remained a $1 billion. So next year, it is almost in the pocket 4 billion doses that we can make. If there is a need for a new one, we will make almost 4 billion doses of the new one. So with that in mind that availability will not be an issue. But the efficacy is very high, but there are treatments around, no, I'm optimistic we have been preparing for that and we are going to win this battle as well. All right, so I'm optimism is what we need Albert. Thank you so much for being with us this morning. And we hope to have you back soon as we get more information about.

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US expands COVID boosters to all adults, final hurdle ahead

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

US expands COVID boosters to all adults, final hurdle ahead

"Federal regulators are expanding cold it nineteen booster shots to all adults the one hurdle remains Pfizer and the door to say the FDA has signed off on making boosters available to everyone eighteen and older simplifying what has been a confusing list of who's eligible but there's still one more step the CDC has to agree that even healthy young adults should get I the replies were made during a booster the agency's advisors will discuss later today if the CDC or proves as well tens of millions more Americans could have three doses before the new year as a rise in virus cases could get worse with the holidays anyone who received a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine is already eligible for a booster Sager make ani Washington

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Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pfizer, U.S. ink $5.29B deal for possible COVID-19 treatment

"While Fizer waits for federal regulators to approve its experimental cope with nineteen treatment hill it's ready to sell millions of courses to the government files arrest the FDA this week to authorize the potential treatment which has been shown to significantly cut hospitalizations and deaths among infected people if regulators approve the pale the governments agreed to buy ten million treatment courses for about five hundred twenty nine dollars each it already had a deal to pay roughly seven hundred dollars each for courses of Merck's competing pill which the FDA is now reviewing Sager made Ghani Washington

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Pfizer asks US officials to OK promising COVID-19 pill

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pfizer asks US officials to OK promising COVID-19 pill

"Fizer is asking federal regulators to authorize its experimental cope with nineteen kills the drug is among a handful of pills recently shown to significantly cut hospitalizations and deaths among infected people if the FDA signs off it could be a major step toward managing the pandemic offering an easy and effective home treatment all authorize treatments now require an IV or injection at a hospital or clinic the FDA is already set this month to discuss a competing drug from Merck Pfizer's filing comes as covert nineteen infections are again rising at the U. S. mainly driven by a hot spots in states where colder weather is pushing people indoors Sager mag ani Washington

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Pfizer agrees to let other companies make its COVID-19 pill

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pfizer agrees to let other companies make its COVID-19 pill

"Drugmaker Pfizer has signed a deal with a U. N. backed group to allow other manufacturers to make its experimental pelvic nineteen pale the move could help make the treatment available to more than half of the world's population in a statement FISA says it would grant a license for the anti viral paled to the medicines patent pool the agreement that's generic drug companies make the build the use in ninety five countries but excludes some large manufacturers with manufacturing capacity already health officials say the fact that the deal was struck before physis pill has been authorized anywhere could help end the pandemic more quickly I'm Charles the last month

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Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:48 min | 3 weeks ago

Author Gregg Jarrett: John Durham Knows Just How Corrupt the FBI Is

"He wrote the books on Russian collusion and the witch hunt. Welcome back to America first with Greg Jarrett. I have to return Greg to one more and more question with regards to John Durham and the recent flurry of activities. This is a man who he stayed in the shadows for most of his career. There's only two photographs of them. Whatever you see, you know, an article about Darwin's the same photograph of him scowling coming out of a courtroom. So it's a guy looks to take his job seriously, has a pretty serious reputation, and one of the things he's known for as what was it former Connecticut U.S. attorney is that he puts feds in prison. So he has put corrupt FBI special agents and supervisory special agents in prison for breaking the law. As a result, I just want to what is it Jen Psaki says circle back on why you think the indictments are going to stay at this low level of people lying to the bureau and not actually target the people inside the bureau who were the architects and the implementers of the Russia hoax and the witch hunt? Is that just a gut sense of what you witnessed in the last two years? Well, you know, as much as I sometimes rely on confidential sources and leaked information is any journalist has terms to be commended. I mean, he's remained silent. He doesn't leap, no leaks come out of his investigation. He is a serious guy. He knows how corrupt the FBI is because he's put FBI folks behind bars. You know, I do think he is still looking at people at the FBI and others who lied in the Pfizer court weren't applications to surveillance spy on the Trump campaign. And I still think that's a possibility. You know, it would certainly be proper justice to hold people at the top, like mccabe and Comey and others. I mean, they signed off on these fisa warrants. Again, and again. They swore under penalty of perjury, the information was true. It wasn't true. I'll just give you one example. They vouched for the credibility over and over again of Christopher Steele. Yet, they didn't disclose to the court that they'd fired Christopher Steele as a confidential source for what for lying. So when you say to the goal, he's reliable in these credible, that's a lie. And they kept vouching for the veracity of the dossier when they knew and we now know that they knew that it was all a pack of

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FBI Raid on James O'Keefe's Home Sparks Many Questions

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

FBI Raid on James O'Keefe's Home Sparks Many Questions

"Project veritas is probably the greatest thorn in the side of the American ruling class. To give an idea James O'Keefe has successfully exposed the VAERS database, Health and Human Services, Pfizer, the vaccination of children, critical race theory, woke ism in the military, Hasbro, which is making toys for children and how that they are implementing critical race theory within the manufacturing of toys for children. James O'Keefe has fought every major fight imaginable. And yet he's he's upset some people along the way. James O'Keeffe has made the biggest enemies you could possibly make, including Joe Biden. James O'Keeffe seems to be hitting home run after home run, and we have him on our show to celebrate those victories because many people in the activist press and even many people in the establishment right. They aren't so keen to actually celebrating the great work of project veritas, a legitimate journalist organization. And so therefore, because of all the enemies that James has made, he has been targeted and listed for destruction. And make no mistake, this is the way it works. Joe Biden and the regime, they have had James O'Keefe's name on a piece of paper and circled for quite some time. They want him gone. They want him done. And now, so thankfully James O'Keefe is rather smart and he's careful he is not reckless. He knows the fights that he's been picking. He knows the people he's been exposing. And so James O'Keefe came across and was exposed to this diary of Ashley Biden, which we were told was fake at the time, which obviously it isn't. It's not fake. It's probably very real, real enough that you're trying to mobilize the entire apparatus of the United States government to try to of the law enforcement government to try to prevent either publication or the dissemination of such product.

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Who Will Cross-Examine the FBI For Targeting Project Veritas?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Who Will Cross-Examine the FBI For Targeting Project Veritas?

"What's happening with project veritas and James O'Keefe is an unprecedented story happening in real time. There's a lot of details to this story. But first, let's introduce the actors, of course, James O'Keefe, and project veritas, both of which have been regular guests on the show. James O'Keeffe is a journalist and has had numerous stories throughout the years of whether it be unveiling voter fraud, whether it be going after the pharmaceutical companies, which I think is really what irritated them lately. Pfizer, AstraZeneca, whether it be going after the voter fraud apparatus, all these sorts of things, James O'Keeffe is an undercover journalist at project veritas. And last week, project veritas journalist got a knock on the door. And on the other side were FBI agents with battering rams, like the SS that stormed into project veritas journalist homes, but it did not stop there. The next morning, on Saturday morning, again, early at James O'Keeffe's home, they raided James so keeps home all in search of a diary. That would at most constitute petty theft. So why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, knocking down doors and putting people in handcuffs and confiscating devices all for a diary that was questionable of its efficacy in the first place that James O'Keeffe never actually even ran. He never ran the story, he could not verify its authenticity and therefore James O'Keefe. Did not run with it in any way, shape or form. And so this begs a lot of different questions. And the first one that we need to kind of walk through is who's going to hold the FBI accountable when they start knocking down doors of journalists that they don't like? We have another question of Ryan here from Arizona, Charlie, who's going to cross examine the FBI. The answer is currently no one. And quite honestly it seems as if the Republicans in Congress are more interested in passing infrastructure packages than asking why Joe Biden's secret police are going after journalists they don't

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"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

06:57 min | 3 weeks ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Young adults and children. Las Vegas, where was this? I think it was in Houston. There was a 8 people. I was just a few days ago. They said they felt like they were in hell, but 8 people went into convulsions and died. Some people said we kind of seemed to get this cationic state. And you had to be vaccinated. So there were 8 people who just a 14. Most of them were teenagers, most of their team, 14 and 20 and one 27 year old that have died at that concert. So that's another. I think what this comes down to because that's an exposure to some people are saying that there was a some kind of radio frequency that was activated at the concert that was probably covered up by the sounds. I mean, I don't know, but I think it's interesting there was not a mob scene that, you know, but people again ate people died at this concert during a performance. Yeah, it's interesting. It's a math that's amassed death. I mean, 8 people that's not cool. It's just a random heart attack in the crowd. It's not random. And they were all vaccinated so they don't know what caused it. But you know what I talk about yesterday was the way to get out of this mess is to figure out how we got into this mess. So from a legal perspective on January 27th the last year, secretaries are the secret of healthy and services declare that the novel coronavirus that causes confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 disease is a public threat. A threat to public safety health public health and a threat to national security. It was the problem is that there was no test last year to confirm the cases in January of last year. So that's a problem. And there was not in February and in March. And then it has to be renewed every three months. So becerra renewed it, October 18th of this year. That was the 12th renewal, whatever renewal of this declaration. But his renewal said that the consequences of COVID-19 are threat to national security. Consequences are a result of our government and the mandates. But national security under the Clinton options are former president Clinton, he defined it as anything that's a threat to the preamble of the constitution. So our national defense are right to pursue our liberties a job, you know, education, our freedoms. Pursuit happiness or no, and in our posterity or children and children. So I should now raise the family, but that's basically what he said, and someone said, well, how would a buyer weapon or a pandemic? You know, our pandemic is caused by a bioweapon to be a threat to national security. He said, well, the loss to involve the loss to a military, the loss to our economy could be equivalent to going to war. So my question is, you know, is is the mandate put forward by Biden have a military vaccinated, and so we're going to lose 376,000 in list of military men and women and in the reserves and contract. It's a losing 376,000 men and women in our military, more than we've ever lost in any battle in any war. Is that for public health safety? Or is that an act of war? And then losing 84 million jobs because of Biden's mandate through osha. To an already crippled economy is that public health safety is at an act of war and then injecting children which in LA county, you have to be a vaccinated 12 and older to go to school. So injecting children with a synthetic code to produce the Wuhan HU one bio weapon in their body that we know is going to cause heart inflammation and death and children, Pfizer also knew that on November 20th, they covered up the 12 to 15 year old studs cohort of a hundred children. They said, it's harming more children than it's saving and we don't want that information to be public. They do that on November 20th. So it was injecting our children with the code to produce a bioweapon for public safety or is that an act of war? And so I would say we're at war and this whole concept of Biden's current press secretary is saying the mandates are to improve compliance and voluntary compliance. No, they want voluntary surrender of our bodies and our children's bodies and all of our liberties. And if you take Clinton's declaration or Clinton doctrine that a bioweapon could be a threat to national security, I would even go and that would be an act of war. I'd even go a step further that if we were at war, what would be happen if we were invaded? Would we be on until the troops came in to drag us out of our homes? Would you be on house arrest? We were being house lockdown. Would we have our inalienable God given rights under the constitution and Bill of rights taken away from us? That's what's going on right now. We're at war and Alex burla, our Albert burlap, excuse me, the CEO of phi's on November 2nd said anyone that speaks out that these vaccines could be harmful, and he calls it misinformation. They're criminals because we're murdering people. I think those were his exact words. And I say that burla, the CEO of Pfizer is simply taking a page out of Joseph Goebbels playbook. You know, which is the minister of propaganda for Nazi Germany, which is accused the other side that which you are guilty of. So burla is a criminal acting on behalf of the enemy state. So Biden's in office, he did not win the election. He was put there by an enemy of America. So I think the best way to get out is to stop repeating the vernacular of the propaganda of the enemies of America. So don't say I won't comply, say I won't surrender. This is not a vaccine. This is a bioweapon. I mean, you know, darkness must flee in the light and the truth is light. So the way to get out, this is to share the truth with people. And ask them these questions. You know, if this is truly for, you know, for public health safety, you have to take a look at what the consequences are on the consequences are that if we went to war. And why am I a Carl young, you know, the behavioral scientist, brilliant mind, and, you know, he talks about this too. He goes, look, if you're questioning someone's intentions. JU eng. Carl young, yeah. Is your question if someone's intentions, right? Because if you're dealing with a sociopath and they're saying I don't want to hurt you and they continue to hurt you. So you start questioning, what are their intentions? He goes, just look at the outcomes and you can infer the motivation. So let's just take a look at the outcomes of what's been done to America, what's been done to our children, the outcomes of those who have been vaccinated, some of which have been hospitalized. This is not for public health safety. This is an attack on America..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:10 min | 3 weeks ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"These vaccines by these injections, which are bioweapons, right? So if you treat someone with sildenafil, which is Viagra, you're just going to further exacerbate the nitric oxide pathway. This is not stuff I should be talking. He knows stuff that doctor Judy Micah has used to be talking about, but doctors need to be aware of this because they're going to exacerbate an already crippled immune system in a person's health. If they treat them the traditional way, and maybe that's why we're seeing so many people dying when they're going to the hospital. They're not being treated properly. So myocarditis, right? It's hard inflammation, yeah. What do you suggest an infant or a child that has? I don't suggest anything. I suggest you don't get the injection. Again, I suggest, I mean, the American college of cardiology came up with vaccine induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia. I'm sure they'll come out with vaccine induced myocarditis now as the next they should come up with that in a treatment algorithm. I mean, this is something for doctor McCullough to answer and also for some of the scientists to look into. So, but, you know, stopping the chaos and the immune system would be inappropriate step to restore health and people's bodies that they were injected. On top of whatever the doctor, you know, doctors prescribed, but this is something that all I'm saying is that people that are going to the hospital now with vaccine induced disease. Perhaps the death rates are higher than they need to be, and they're being diagnosed with COVID-19 because they're not being treated properly. What was it in your career that got you speaking out against how did you come to the realization that this vaccine a vaccine ride by definition? It's an injection, there's an inoculation. How did you come to the realization that it was a bioweapon? Well, I knew we were being set because there's no there's no contract fatality rate. There's no reason for a vaccine. I never was. I mean, we were alive to. Fauci published on February 28th of last year in the New England Journal of Medicine. Last year, that the contract fatality rate for SARS CoV-2 was similar to that of influenza was .1%. And that's also, but you have to understand that's across the entire population. And the contract fatality rate, I believe of people over the age of 85 was like 2.3%. And then if it's nothing for children and young healthy adults and men, so the .1% is nothing and 2.3% for those over 85, will their fatality rate is 13% in and of itself. The disease there was no justification for a vaccine ever. So there was only the intention was only for financial gain and induction, inducing new disease. So that was the best case scenario. When I found the patent the worldwide patent for the Moderna NIH master vaccine for MRNAs, you read it mRNA lipid nanoparticle and Cassidy mRNA as you know that it's a bio weapon. You just read the patent. It's not meant to. Provide any benefit. You look at the history of mRNA and if you look at the FDA filings, which I did, if you look at the phase three data and you actually read the tables, you actually read the data charts. There was no conclusive evidence that these had any indication that they prevented disease. The Pfizer reduction in risk is .82% compared to vaccine for one week post second injection. So the conclusion is that if you get vaccinated for one week post the Pfizer vaccine, you have a 99% chance of not getting infected. If you don't get vaccinated, you have a 99% chance of not getting infected. That was the conclusions. And then they had 407 people who were injected and within one week first dose or second dose of the Pfizer vaccine forged 7 people came down with COVID-19 that was not confirmed by a PCR test and that Pfizer states in the FDA states. We don't know if the COVID-19 was caused by the reactogenicity of the injection or if it was COVID-19 and they say because the symptoms of COVID-19 directly overlap with the reactogenicity of the injection. So you can't tell the difference between COVID-19 and the and what happens to the body. If you're injected with the Pfizer vaccine, per the Pfizer submission to the FDA. That's what it says. Where does this come from? This is genius, right? It's ingenious. It's a bio, it's a biochemist. It's a bio weapon. This is a bioweapon. Incredibly well thought out. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, no, and it's all in the documents. I mean, they state it. They basically state that this, I mean, if you take a look at the authorization that was given a Pfizer on August 23rd, two important three important things. Let's talk about the two most important things. Two most important things is if you take a look at the pharmacovigilance plan, it says that what are the known risks. They know that this causes heart inflammation and anaphylaxis. So severe inflammation. Based on the data, the potential risk are vaccine associated enhanced disease and enhanced respiratory disease. So the vaccine for the respiratory virus causes enhanced respiratory disease. The missing information is safety and pregnancy, but the missing information is vaccine effectiveness. So they approve the vaccine knowing it causes heart information, knowing it can cause enhanced respiratory disease. And immunogenicity, but they don't know if it prevents the infection. But the other important thing is that if you read the product description because remember, I don't know if you guys know what I said. The FDA Pfizer never wanted the approval, because they never wanted to come forward with the ingredients. And they never really fully disclosed the ingredients, but what they did disclose when they release the BLA, the biological license approval from Pfizer that was submitted. It says product description is co minority contains the mRNA, so the synthetic code to produce the Wuhan HU one full sequence SARS CoV-2 glycoprotein that was uploaded to G web. So it says home minati. So the Pfizer vaccine produces the bioweapon that was uploaded to the open-source platform by the Chinese government. I don't know what else people need to see to know that this is a bioweapon. It says it produces the bio weapon. In the license. Judy had mentioned 5G and how that reacts that has to do with the lipid nanoparticles. That's not the mRNA. That's a lipid nanoparticle. Yeah. Talk a little bit about being injected and exposed to the radio waves. Yeah, I think that's what people saw that Travis Scott. You know, concert, you know, the Travis Scott concert were there reported allegedly that ate 8 people died a.

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Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

"The medical and scientific establishment that's involved in this coronavirus issue has done a hell of a job covering up natural immunity I've been going to that website constantly There's no information on how many people in this country have natural immunity and now we know today they have not even kept that information Then they put out a report of course the mouthpieces in the American media regurgitated it being the experts that they are Saying that natural immunity is not nearly as useful or as strong as a vaccine despite what the Israelis came up with And my friend professor Ken gore of grove city Paul he looked at this and he is completely debunked in the current issue of the American spectator Professor go right ahead explain Yeah hey Mark it'd be with you Yes so the CDC puts out the study It was about it was like three Fridays ago And it claimed that not only is artificial immunity superior to natural immunity And by the way this goes against I mean I've got at least three dozen studies Let's say the exact opposite right That all say the natural immunity is superior So it says not only is artificial immunity superior but it's 5 times superior which is a stunning stunning number I mean you might expect them to try to say maybe 1.2 times or something like but 5 times right 5 times And you know on its face how unbelievable this is when you consider the fact that as a current study from a research team in Oakland California shows among many others All three of the current major vaccines that are out there Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson all now are below 50% efficacy after 6 6 months after the

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Pfizer asks FDA to OK COVID-19 booster shots for all adults

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pfizer asks FDA to OK COVID-19 booster shots for all adults

"Fizer is asking the food and drug administration to approve cope with nineteen vaccine booster shots for all adults the FDA's advisers in September voted against authorizing extra Fizer doses for everyone eighteen and over saying they weren't convinced the younger healthy people need another shot but BAFTA itself said he'd would move fast to expand boosters if needed advisers offering early results of a study showing the three doses effectiveness under today's policies about two of every three vaccinated adults is expected to qualify for a booster within a few months many who don't qualify you can still get one because most providers don't check if they're eligible Sagarin make ani Washington

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If Trump Never Colluded With Russia, Why Did the FBI Waste $16M Investigating?

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | Last month

If Trump Never Colluded With Russia, Why Did the FBI Waste $16M Investigating?

"Is why do the FBI just go along with this They use this phony phony steaming pile of garbage to then turn around and get Pfizer's on Americans who were doing nothing wrong It's amazing And then why don't we spend what $60 million investigating the whole thing Trying to bring down a president I mean that's the real coup You want to talk about it and insurrection That's your insurrection right there Trying to use all the power of the federal government's law enforcement department to engage in politics To try to affect the outcome of a political election And that's exactly what took place here And now we're turning around and realizing this gets even worse than we ever could have imagined and the purposes of the government's own collusion Dare I say collusion here with the Clinton campaign Because that's what we're talking about And so it's hard to believe we're discussing this right The Steele dossier But this is what the FBI relied on This is what they relied on to investigate Trump's campaign The steel dossier

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Pfizer Says Its Antiviral Pill Is Highly Effective. Will Biden Mandate That Too?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | Last month

Pfizer Says Its Antiviral Pill Is Highly Effective. Will Biden Mandate That Too?

"Are you willing to take a pill? You will end up pop a Pfizer pill? Instead of a vaccine? I'm curious. I know people, in fact, I'm looking at the face of one person who's a little bit vaccine resistant. Will you take a pill instead of a shot? He probably would. He might. I think a lot of people who are concerned about what a vaccine could do to you long term might be open to popping a pill. Now, will there be a Biden pill mandate? Are you gonna have to have your company verify you taking a Pfizer pill? And then you get to go to work, you realize how insane this is?

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Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is touting an experimental cope with nineteen treatment it says he is strongly effective Fizer science chief Michael Goldstine says the anti viral peel cut hospitalization and death rates by nearly ninety percent of high risk adults with cove in nineteen a better showing than even he predicted it's just extraordinary I feel that's the position on so I'm positive so I missed the visor is part of the race to find an easy to use strong for treating the corona viruses since most treatments now require an IV or injection with tens of millions of adults still unvaccinated such drugs will be critical for curbing future waves the FDA is already reviewing competitor Merck's covert nineteen killed the United Kingdom yesterday became the first nation to approve it Sager mag ani Washington

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New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is joining the race to bring easy to use covert nineteen medication to the U. S. market the drug maker says its experimental antiviral pill cuts rates of hospitalization and death by nearly ninety percent Pfizer plans to ask the food and drug administration and the international regulators to authorize it as soon as possible after Fizer applies the FDA could make a decision within weeks or months the FDA already is reviewing Merck's cobit nineteen pill on Thursday the United Kingdom became the first country to okay it currently all cobit nineteen treatments used in the U. S. require an IV or injection my camp in Washington

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Investigative Reporter Julie Kelly on the Criminalization of Conservatism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | Last month

Investigative Reporter Julie Kelly on the Criminalization of Conservatism

"Julie Kelly. Welcome to America first one on one. Hi Seth. Thank you for having me on. I appreciate it. We're going to go through all the incredible things that you have documented in your investigative journalism and American greatness. The specific cases Americans should know about. But let's start with the 50,000 foot picture. I didn't come up with this phrase. I use it every day on the radio show. Do you believe is it hyperbole to say that what we are witnessing in the United States is an attempt to criminalize conservatism? No, it absolutely is accurate. And I think that that's something that really started in the Trump era, what we're seeing is just really have a progression of crossfire hurricane, which started in July of 2016. What explain explain cross fire hurricane for those who don't live in the swamp, don't follow the minutiae of the weaponization of law enforcement and intelligence. What is operation crossfire hurricane and who did it target? It's a great point. Thanks for saying that, because, you know, we throw away throw these terms around like everyone is supposed to know. So crossfire hurricane is the counterintelligence probe that Jim Comey's FBI opened up against four Trump campaign associates, Mike Flynn, George papadopoulos, Carter page and Paul Manafort. And that was really just the conduit to spy infiltrate sabotage the Trump campaign. And that resulted in a Pfizer warrant against Carter page where the FBI and DOJ went to the secret court that is supposed to root out foreign terrorists called Carter page a foreign agent of Russia got a fisa warrant to spy on him that was in October 2016. And that just really accelerated this criminalization of Donald Trump, his associates, then his cabinet, his administration, and now we have almost 5 years later, four and a half years later. Now criminalizing his supporters and his

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 EXPLAINER: What to know about vaccines for kids aged 5-11

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: What to know about vaccines for kids aged 5-11

"As federal vaccine advisers prepare to give their final approval the by the administration says it's quickly shipping millions of Pfizer's covert nineteen doses nationwide for use in kids the FDA has already cleared shots for those ages five to eleven tomorrow the CDC's advisors will discuss more detailed recommendations and in the meantime we are not waiting on the operations and logistics White House virus response chief Jeff Zion says millions of doses are already headed to doctors offices and other sites he says there are enough shots on hand for all twenty eight million kids five to eleven range the first shots could be administered this week Sager

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:36 min | Last month

"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"This basically can as a private company. Muzzling a government. Now ask yourself why would be so concerned about revealing. what's going on inside those contracts. This is why they're well aware that this is unprecedented. Not even just unprecedented. This is a power grab like. We're watching a power. Grab from an odd position. That's why i'm questioning whether pfizer is just a. I mean not even questioning. It's pretty clear that pfizer is some kind of backhanded way of manipulating what. They've always been trying to accomplish them. If they're hiding the contract for you how does that even remotely suggests that this is something honest or transparent and that's not all pfizer also gets to decide who will get the shot that's important suppose. Someone wants to donate five shots to brazil. Can they do it. They cannot the pfizer agreement restricts brazil from accepting donations. No one can donate pfizer vaccines to this country. They cannot use the a shot until the buy it. Now see what that shows. You is a very clearly controlled flow so they buy it. Pfizer consented to them. No no no but you can't take those three ones from a country they're just gonna give them to you. Why not there's a control there because maybe there's something different to nose and i'm just hypothetically throwing this out there conspiracy there right. It's this hobby. Obviously a possible concern there based on what we've already been talking about an all the real world data at all the things we proven we should be asking whether pfizer is lying yet again for the million for the what the seventy eight time for their tracker. We've shown for four dollars in crimes if they're not allowing someone to send one over you can't buy it from somewhere else. Why is not not their choice will no longer once they sign that contract because there's some kind of control thing going on there and that's all i'm saying me theorizing about why is just my thoughts. Come to your own conclusions. But there's something strange there why they wouldn't be allowed to take a donation from somebody else. What happens if brazil does not comply with these rules. The consequences would be serious. Let me quote from the report again. Sorry one more thought on that is that you know. Think about like a study. Like a control right. If you're putting something in the people and all of a sudden they buy something different from a different location. That may be different in some way. Whatever will that would that would ruin what they're trying to look at what they're trying to find out what they're testing just.

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"By a bunch of stuff. Promo code kirk another whistle blower could call it a was that's not really whistle blower. It's an undercover video. From project veritas with actually does journalism and works really hard. They have private videos. Released overnight includes three five or scientists who admit natural. Immunity is much better than the vaccinated. And so i watch these videos from james o'keefe and i have no inside information to believe this but if you watch enough of these project veritas videos. There's almost always alcohol involved and almost the mannerisms of the people that are caught on camera. They always seem as if they're being courted or they're on dates. Remember that cnn guy. That he was yet he was exactly. He met her on tinder right. He was like the technical director or something. And this other guy. New pfizer scientists. He looks like he's kind of his mannerisms ways looking around the way he's trying to impress people and they're almost always men. Isn't that interesting trying to impress women. I think this is a man that was trying to impress a man. I could be wrong. Who am i to judge. Okay so cuts. What is this. Forty-three project veritas. Released overnight includes three pfizer. Scientists caught on hidden camera who admit natural. Immunity is much better than the vaccinated and that pfizer is run on covert money if we had an honest media of course we. Don't this'll be the number one new story on the planet play forty three when somebody is way..

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"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:19 min | 2 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"How soon before those kids can get this. Pfizer shot now. Oh it's gonna move at the speed of bureaucracy as is always the case I would think that we could see this maybe in another month or so. That's usually about how long it takes to schedule one of these meetings and for people to look over all the results but Yeah from what i've seen. They look pretty good. And this is not particularly surprising. it makes sense but This vaccine should work just about as well and younger people as it doesn't alter people any side effects that they saw in younger people that maybe they didn't see in older teens or an adult so the information that we have From the last fda meeting they presented some of that and overall it was the same sorts of side effects but there were lesser amounts It was a bar graph and the bar was a little shorter trivia. Little shorter people really good news. And also the dose set. These kids are getting is less than the dose. That teenagers are getting. is that right. I'm not aware of that. They've tried a couple of different protocols. I would have to go and check that but Normally i would assume it will be the same dose That they had previously approved. Because i would entail a lot of paperwork to change it at this point that a little bit less than a delta. Getting right No normally okay. The same does to everybody. Yeah yeah okay So that's good news so they're still trying to get approval or at least work on the doses for what three months to five years. Then that's going to be the next step And i don't know if they're going to break that down into They make go sort of like two years to five years. And then you break. It's even smaller than that. But this is good. This is getting a larger part of the country into the group that can be vaccinated. So you'll see a lot of stats that say l. We've got eighty percent of the people who could be vaccinated vaccinated and that's fine but you wonder why we haven't heard immunity and because of all the little ones who are part of the heard very much but don't have access to the vaccine yet. Let's talk about what happened last week with the fda where they basically rejected. Visors your quest for the booster shot for widespread use Why did they do that. So that isn't Yeah so what they were looking at. It's not a question of whether it works or not because the data are pretty clear on that it was more a question of vision and strategy. And how should we attack this thing. So yeah very much They took what i would call a consequentialist point of view. In that. if you're not gonna die then let's hold off basically which is something we've seen right the way along. This is why. Vaccinations were rolled out For older people right away. Just say at higher risk. If we're talking about what's the fastest way to end the pandemic i would have thought Yeah i'd go more aggressive. And i would probably have wanted to see more vaccine available In boosters to just about everybody because it's not really a booster it's just that the two doses were enough to meet the minimum bar for what the fda considers to be a useful vaccine actually exceeded the bar by quite a bit and with the additional boosters. There are a lot of vaccines. We take. More than two doses. And we do that to go from a vaccine works pretty well to just certainty and boy certainty would be really nice right now. I think i know in israel. They're already given the third booster. Where do they know that. We don't different government difference regulators and everybody's trying to come up with a cost benefit analysis. But you know there's nobody to tell you exactly what it costs. You should consider and which you should not. And i think that's the difference you see between different countries Yet at different ruling out of the uk they only barely allowed it and people twelve to sixteen And after much debate and it wasn't again whether it works or not they were trying to figure out what's the benefit and what things are we allowed to consider when we determine the benefit so some governments will only look at benefits to that individual. Whereas i would say you probably want to take a broader view because kobe spreads. I mean. you can't get it from yourself. You can't give it to yourself but you definitely give it to other people and that's where the difference is In kind of the way that. I see this needing to be treated talking with texas am virologist dr benjamin newman. He's our go to guy for all things. Covert nineteen vaccine related There's a new study out that shows that pfizer's vaccine actually isn't as effective as maderna's vaccine after four months and this is one of the studies that are out and there's another little pile of studies that show that they're roughly equivalent. I think within the error bars on each of these things. I think they worked just about as well if there's a difference I know but during that puts a little bit more messenger rene into their vaccine than pfizer does But the idea there is that pfizer has a better way to keep the rene from breaking down and so you get a very constant But slightly lower dose with madonna. It may broken down a little bit in transportation and so they're making sure you're still above the bar but Yeah i it may even be a little higher in some cases so it's not going to be a case i got madonna knew. Didn't type thing. I i don't think we need to Go into that now. I'm the real the real difference Is that the i'd know virus vectored vaccines which are like astrazeneca. And johnson johnson are consistently study after. Study coming out a little bit lower than both of the messenger are in vaccines. And that's a big enough difference. That i think we can believe it Which is not again bad These people will have definitely some protection but Those might be the ones. You'd look at four early boosters. We did a story earlier today about these concierge medical services in manhattan and beverly hills at are offering drive-thru antibody testing for people who are willing to pay for it Is that something people should consider. Is it worth it. Yeah well that's a tough one 'cause then who has access. Who doesn't i know there are people getting boosters on you know perhaps Shakier ground than others and yeah it protects the individual but in general i think the entire populations at risk and we all succeed in this or fail in this together so that it's not bad and eventually we may move to a situation where you don't get a booster based on like time since your last shot you get it based on your actual immune response which would be really rational but it's also more expensive more time consuming. You have to take a little blood draw and you know people don't like needles already so i would see that potentially being a barrier to wider vaccination Rather than just a more scientific way to do it which. I guess it's both and even if i have. Let's say more. Antibodies than you do. Does that necessarily mean that. I could fend off the virus more than you can but not certainly So the the best paper on this show that if they have a certain number of antibodies they can predict with. I think it was eighty seven and a half percent accuracy whether or not. You're going to be protected in the future. Which of course is not a hundred percent which means that yeah. There's going to be somebody out there. That has a great number of antibodies in their blood for example but they didn't end up making the version of the antibody gets transported into the lungs. And so yeah they could catch the virus they probably clean it up a little faster but Yeah immunology it's We're a little different and dealing with all those little tiny differences just makes it a really complicated subject..

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"I'm curious to find out if that's happening. Wouldn't surprise me. But i wanted included for people to research and find out but i have not confirmed whether that is the case. There's a lot of misinformation flying around both for mainstream and independent media. But let's get into the meat of this. Here's visors phase one. Study now i have included a link to the study or the article rather carry shared with me. That had a lot of this in that. I'm not going to be talking about the article today. Because i just aggressively disagree with a lot of the statements and words and arguments and framing that they use. It's very subjective and very political and very to party paradigm but i will include the link. Because that's where. I saw it first because that's what we do nonetheless. Let's get into the data. The data pfizer initiates phase. One study of novel oral antiviral therapeutic agent against starchy sealey to this is march. Twenty third twenty twenty one. Now i have already talked about in some degree to some to some degree about the pill and i actually have another discussion plan. Maybe today about the same topic but it turns out when you actually dive into this that it has a lot of very similar things in regard to something else now. Let's read quickly through this part of it and it says that the studies conducted to date. Show that this candidate this oral antiviral which you can antiviral like just simply taking it right out of the gate as the realize. What are the other things. They're antivirals rendez. If you actually click with we're talking about so it's interesting that those things are totally not the right either. Not even the right drug crazy. Maniac conspiracy theorist as we then make one that isn't antiviral so if those are not even the right drug which is some of the discussion that why is this one. Even in the conversation. But let's keep going the candidate. Pf dash oh seven three two one. Three three two is a potent proteinase inhibitor. Important potent antiviral activity against sar. Sylvie too so anti viral is important. Investigational protests inhibitor investigational..

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

03:34 min | 3 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Fifty percent without increasing serious adverse events. It's unclear whether the two series that's pfizer's would even meet the fda approval standard at six or nine months. Wow think about that. First second we have because the was based on it has to be fifty percent effect of at least fifty percent effective. and we're seeing this waning immunity so he. He concludes with this now. He wrote this day before the approval. He says but here we are with. Fda reportedly on the verge of granting a marketing license thirteen months into the still ongoing two year pivotal trial with no reported data. Pass thirteen march twenty twenty one unclear efficacy after six months due to un blinding evidence of protection irrespective of the delta variant limited reporting of safety. And this is where we're at as a country. We have a fully approved vaccine on the back of those points. And that's an editor of the british medical journal writing that not some hack not somebody with an opinion but something that actually knows what it takes to produce a peer reviewed study in his paper and he is saying when i read this essentially. I think what he's saying. Is i would never accept this. As even being approved by the british medical journal is a decent study. It's really really shocking shocking. With a vaccine that is about to be mandated as president biden. Said you know asking every employer force this on your employees and he mentions limited reporting of safety data. So let's now look at as we do so much on the show that actual vaccine insert for pfizer's newly approved komati or whatever. We're going to call it vaccine. So it says here in the insert the i quote available data on manati administered to pregnant women are insufficient to inform vaccine associated risks in pregnancy. That's not what you would hear if you're just reading headlines in fact checker headlines but that's the actual insert is what's telling you let's go to the second point on the insert eight point two section eight point. Two lactation risk summary. It is not clear whether komen artie is excreted. In human milk data are not available to assess the effects of pulmonary on the breastfed infant or on milk production or excretion. And then finally it says. I'm section thirteen point. One carcinogenesis muda genesis and impairment on fertility. Komati has not been evaluated for the potential to cause carcinogenicity. Gino toxicity or impairment of male fertility. And that's what we know. So far so despite fact checkers. Facebook censoring you or twitter. Censoring you for posting things like this. This is the insert. This is what the fda is giving us and obviously the writing that for whatever possible light might be able to get through a crack towards liability to say. Hey you can't hold us liable if you lost your baby because we told you we never looked at that or if you poison your baby through your breast milk. None of our studies show anything like that. Yet you know today there are you know pediatricians and obgyn's that are saying to their patients. You know you should get this vaccine while you're pregnant. It protects the baby. You should get them while you're nursing it protects the baby even though nothing could be further from the actual factual truth if you like that clip and be sure to check out our live broadcast of the high wire every thursday morning at eleven. Am pacific time. You can watch it on. I tunes end twitter we'll see..

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"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:06 min | 3 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast

"As As you know the fda has fully approved the pfizer vaccine removing its emergency authorization label and so as soon as they did that. I started wondering and asking allowed here. So what what difference. Wh why is that important to people. And i'm to talk now about that and maybe some other some other issues that are on our mind dr. Benjamin newman our friend at texas a. and m. he's a virologist. Good morning good on good to talk with you. So why don't we start right there. What what's the difference between its emergency authorization. Now it's fully authorized. The difference is a very bureaucratic. One and i kinda understand and sympathize with what you were saying before. What's this really mean. i suppose the fda's role in all of this is the bear the ones who tell us when the thing is safe on the so this is them saying finally not that. It's just safe enough but it's actually you know as safe as as the standard needs to be and So what. I think happens next. Is we find out whether people were saying you know we were hesitant about the vaccine because it's not fully approved whether that was genuine or whether that was kind of an excuse evaporated. Yeah so we'll actually see people are going to go get inoculated now that it has the full approval which i hope they do. Yeah it's still a really good vaccine and Look data have been piling up for a while now and it looks like it works at safe and all the things you could really want an about seen all right now. You're the expert we. We are seeing an increasing number of people. Come down with the with co vid the variant the delta variant apparently even though they were they were already been fully vaccinated Is this something. That should be of great concern. What can be done about it. What is being done about it. Tell us about it. Yeah so this is kind of a measurement of how many people are still susceptible out there. So even with vaccination. You're talking about something like ten percents Who would be susceptible because the vaccines are around ninety percent effective. You've got one of the two does thaksin's now. I guess when people look at that if you if you're thinking you know if i have a ninety percent chance that a cookie is going to land right in my hand right now. That's pretty good but if there's only a ninety percent chance that it's not poison has actually terrible and i'm no longer want to cook. These percentages really are a lot of people when we're talking about the millions who have been documented and it's really about cleaning up the unvaccinated parts and minimizing that. That's going to keep everybody else. Say let's talk about these booster shots that are becoming available right now. They're being recommended for people who are immuno-compromised when we talk about a booster is it the same as what the first and second shot was materially the same The same sock seen so boosters immunology term you just call the first dose of vaccine the prime and every does after that even if you've got ten of missouri boost and like the name says they raise up the amounts of antibodies and the amount of all the other immunological markers I wouldn't think of these so much as a booster so with the emergency use authorization We were looking at the results of a two dose vaccine. And that's a good place to start with these but take childhood. Vaccines like polio. Typically i think we do four doses of that in the us and their other dosing schedules would break that up. Even more sometimes it takes a few more doses to get to a point where a vaccine will actually take hold and give you lifelong protection and the first two doses of the copay nineteen vaccine works roughly as well as the polio vaccine so it may be that We're on our way to three or four. And i would think of it more as completing the series Right now we just don't know how many takes to get to that number And that's what we're finding out but every extra dose is a little extra protection on. That's not a bad thing doll. Okay and what about kids. The the young ones who have not been approved for the vaccinations when they're already back at school and they're you know. Some of them are not wearing masks. And so forth right Still very much risk. And i would say to your kids at school. Are the wave of this. Fires can get into the house and it is definitely a risk and probably going to be one the sources of definitely not the only source of the current wave of virus Running across texas. And the us. What's taking so long for the vaccination for the younger kids trying to be super duper careful They stepping down and belaid groups. And we've seen some of these safety data already And effectiveness data for kids down as young as five if i remember correctly and it looked really good. They had lower side effects and just as Markers of immunity but they started these late and i think part of that was due to wanting to make sure there was enough vaccine to vaccinate the age groups that were approved. I think they've rolled it out for everybody all at once. You would have big vaccine availability problems and so in a way. That's caused another problem. But if they're what they're trying to do is minimize debts. I believe Which doesn't necessarily minimize infection. But it's a step toward it. Okay dr newman. Thank you always a pleasure. We've got these conversations hope to do it again soon there's a taking 'em virologist dr benjamin newman..

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"pfizer" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on What A Day

"Job than we thought that first yesterday was a pivotal moment for one of the corona virus. Vaccines so let me say this loudly. And clearly if you're one of the millions of americans who said that they will not get the shot until has full and final approval of the fda is now happened that was president biden's speaking after the fda granted full approval for the pfizer biotech vaccine. That approval is for people in the us who are sixty and older and it is the first vaccine in the country to move beyond just the emergency use authorization that has been in place for months now and it was even given a fancy name. When i can't pronounce please lead us gideon. I'm being third of the wolves here. I think that the name on the market is co maternity t- Just rolls off the tongue. Super easy sounds like some sort of community. Do some sort of audio machine put through a sea shanty. Yeah yes exactly. Sea shanty gideon. You've been looking into it. Full approval means in practical terms. Right now yeah. I mean there's the personal and the communal effect of all this as is the case with the whole pandemic. But that's how i've been sort of thinking about it on the personal. I hope but i don't quite know honestly and i don't know that anybody does that this is going to move some people to get vaccinated if they haven't yet or if they haven't had the opportunity to yet. We are in a pretty grave moment right now. With nearly one hundred thousand people on average hospitalized with covert in the us daily plus for the first time since mercy average daily deaths have climbed over a thousand in recent days and so all of that is happening while the school years kicking off in children under twelve are not eligible for vaccines yet. It's just terrifying. That a thousand people a day are dying from cova still very tragic so top to us a little bit about the communal effects that we already saw the severity of the seltzer wave. Lead a lot of places to start instituting vaccine mandates of different sorts before yesterday but if the full fda approval is not going to end up moving people personally to get vaccinated. More and more communal settings are gonna make it a requirement now for example. Almost right as the full. Fda approval came down. Near city mayor bill de blasio mandated that all department of education employees have at least one dose of vaccine by september twenty seventh according to the new york times that is going to apply to almost one hundred fifty thousand workers. And it's likely going to be influential given that we're talking about the largest public school system in the country. Yeah there is a relatively kind of quick cascade on the education front just over the last twenty four hours. Or so yeah. That's definitely the place where it seems like the most is happening right. So governor phil murphy of new jersey announced a similar plan yesterday for the state school employees though with the option of actually undergoing weekly testing instead. That's actually not available. Under the new york city plan and louisiana state university announces. students are going to be required to be vaccinated as did the university of minnesota among other colleges and universities and it seems like other sectors have also started to announce mandates to is that right. Yes so on monday as well. The pentagon formally announced that they are going to require vaccinations for all military service members. That had already been in the works but seems to have gotten expedited by the fda approval. Then on the industry side chevron came out and said that they were going to mandate for some employees by november first cvs said there will be a requirement for some one hundred thousand employees or so by the end of october slash early november so collectively. If we add up all these bits and pieces it should add up to some measurable increase in vaccination rates nationally. Would think yeah. Let's hope so. One last thing that i think some people might have been wondering that i've seen some people asking which is. Why did this take so long. Yeah it really seems like it right. There's a lot of people who have been vaccinated for quite some time and yet it seems like it took forever to get this full approval. But according to the washington post the companies behind this particularly maxine pfizer biotic actually filed for licensing in early. May and so. This inevitably took less than four months. That actually made it the fastest approval in the fda's history but to the thought process of some of these people. The did move pretty deliberately like even some health. Experts were pushing them to go faster as delta was taking over they basically wanted something like six months of follow up data on people who were in the clinical trial and that was something like forty four thousand people across numerous countries so it was a lot of data to have to look at and analyse. We'll see how all the shakes out in the days and weeks to come as well as where else there may or may not be mandates but josie. Let's turn to voting rights. Now there was a host of news on that front from around the country as is unfortunately the case most days. Yeah so for years. The right has been pushing limit access to the ballot trying to make it more difficult for people to vote. Democrats and progressives meanwhile have generally been pushing for the opposite hoping to actually expand or at least maintain ballot access right. So here's what's happening. Just these past few days around the country on voting rates. Let's start with texas. This has been a big story of the last couple of weeks. Where do you think stand there. Yeah so. Texas is the only major republican controlled state that has not passed more. Restrictive voting rights since donald trump lost the twenty twenty election and began his rampant and of course completely false claims of election stealing but for months. Republicans have tried to pass a bill. That would do stuff like outlaw. Twenty four hour pulling sites prohibit drive thru voting and give increased access to partisan poll-watchers the bill was passed in the state senate and was expected to pass in the state house to since republicans have a majority in both houses but listeners might remember that last month more than fifty house. Democrats left austin and flew to washington. Dc to prevent a quorum and therefore hopefully making it impossible for republicans to pass the legislation but last week three of those fifty democrats returned to the house chamber or storing corum and effectively paving the way for republicans to accomplish their goal of restricting ballot access. So the news is that yesterday. The houses constitutional rights and remedies committee began taking public comment for that. Bill and republicans are rushing to bring it to a vote soon as possible because they want that bill to pass as quickly as they can. They don't like a million legislative sessions just to have this specific vote. It seems passed and done with but yeah it isn't all bad news. I guess we could say on voting rights as it were. there's at least a positive development that happened in north carolina. So what was the story there. Yeah there's some great news out of north carolina so fifty five thousand people who have been convicted of a felony had their right to vote restored on monday. Previously people on probation and parole in the state were not permitted to cast a ballot. Yesterday though a state court ruled that anyone who is not incarcerated has the right to vote and north carolina's the latest state to expand ballot access for people who have been convicted of a crime. Yes people may not have been paying attention to everything going on here. So what is the actual backstory and how this ruling came to be. Yeah so last week. Lawyers for civil rights. Groups argued in front of a three judge panel and they basically said that look state. Legislators passed this provision in the state constitution way back in eighteen. Seventy five because they were motivated by spoiler alert. Racism like many states especially in the south where i live white. Legislators north carolina originally passed felon disenfranchisement laws as a way to prevent black people from having voter access and in fact attorneys at the state department of justice who were tasked with defending. The law actually agreed that the original intent behind the law was racist. But they argued that the law was updated in the nineteen seventies.

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"pfizer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"What we like to do here on the high wire gets get someone that might actually know what they're talking about. How about somebody. That used to work for pfizer. How about somebody that used to be a vice president at pfizer. You know looking at immunology and virology. of course. i'm talking about dr mike union. This is a man with talked a lot about. Let's just look at his resume for a second shall we. Senior principal scientist the welcome research from eighty eight. To ninety five chief scientific officer allergy and respiratory research visor. Rnd vice president of allergy and respiratory head research visor global are indeed vp allergy and respiratory research had pfizer global council consultant scientific advisory board for paul matrix consultant palace. Pharmaceuticals co founder of zarko. Obviously this guy knows a little bit about the pharmaceutical industry. He knows a lot about pfizer. He knows a lot about vaccines. So why is it that for the last. I think over six months. We've reported that. Dr michael he'd and is trying to be heard by his peers. When he's saying can we all just take a look at this thing for a second. Can we take a look at pcr tests and say maybe this isn't decent science. Can we take a look at these lockdowns and see if they're necessary. Can we take a look at disease. Can we please take a look at this vaccine and isn't going through proper safety trial. Nobody seems to be listening today. Hopefully we're going to change that. I'm joined and it is my honor to be joined by eating right now dr heat and thank you very much for taking time. Thank you very much for having me on your show of modern quite some time and my views on the situation. We'd have hardened. Just watch the clip while the section on the romney family and i finished it. I would say combination of two two emotions. One is incandescent fury and sorrow. We can help this evening to share scientifically information that will help you know your ordinance. Avoid being in that position that makes all the. i'm doing. Okay so take me to sort of the beginning. At least the beginning of this pandemic is taking place. You had this almost legendary background with pfizer with you know working with vaccines are in d. You're well aware of this issue. You obviously study disease and you have for decades. This is your wheelhouse. What's the moment in this pandemic that you get triggered where you're just thinking i am. There's something really wrong here. Where where did that start. Inside of dr union. Yeah so yes of background i. I've always been someone who likes tinkering with concept science machinery. I was like to try and understand how things work when they broke them. Why they've gone wrong. And what can i do to fix it. That's come to hold approach to thinking about science and everything really and so early on in two thousand twenty. We were told there was this new virus coaching problem from china. And i was kind of. I believe what the media was telling me because you know. I'm a normal middle class. I expect my national broadcasts allows you to tell the truth. And so when they go to the point of telling us we needed to lock down I guess in march twenty in the uk. I'm feeling this is just really strange. I mean okay. How bad is this because a lockdown and will it work anyway. So i started in the first three weeks. We were told three weeks to flat. Moco has holly laugh at three weeks to slam. We do but anyway. After the three weeks two things happened. One is the peak of daily debts had played in the uk. We could see it for an. I expected to do that. We talk about wireless calling for that. And so i was choked from the government. After three weeks we going to extend the swap town on that that my wife tells me raid running around the house thinking there's something seriously wrong the swings of right what how going on because at that point. I've done enough thinking to be absolutely certain the lockdowns couldn't possibly work on. May big claim can explain. It's very easy. Please right next to play list right there. Why wouldn't work so let me just take a step back. I think it's few things. I want you to communicate in in case i forget them. In in the moment. I want people not to cruise lines of this virus like through what i'm going to say i. I hope fall from it being a shocking statement showing. We should be fried minutes. Terrify don't be frightened of the virus. I'm afraid everything out. Governments amazon's visors of told us for year and a half old allies all lies and not just a little bit wrong. It's not a matter of opinion. I'm going to take you through the evidence that says the people who are advising my government. I respect as professionals that means they know everything aina so when i conclude it's definitely not true now is x. Mogo through these items. That means i know that they knew that too. And that means they're telling on trade elaborately we will outline so it's not frightened virus. We lying to absolutely everything. I think the objective mr makers receptive to the vaccines and we talk about those and then loss clearly. What the hell is this whole garron. Now i'll i'll lead you through my evidence where that's pointing. I stayed to my wife when she says what i was joking. It's not my crime. Nothing i think is a serious crimes going but let me just take take your initial initial viewpoint. So let me start rivals. I don't want able to be frightened of this virus. Up the recent point to some data that Or esteemed epidemiologist dr john high nineties working at stanford in in america as has been tracking this this infraction around the world for again recognized by the. Who reveal often have his reports the who websites when you look at the global infection ratio is a measure of. How dangerous is this virus..

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"pfizer" Discussed on Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Pwned: The Information Security Podcast

"What's up everybody this zach. I'm here justin justin. What's up so we are here with another breach of the week. And this is a doozy. This is So we're looking into iser and a data breach that they had due to unsecured cloud storage which hits on a whole bunch of the things we've talked about in the past one being and that really important data that you do not wanna get released because that creates all sorts of not just like the general like. Oh this sucks that there is a release but you've got like regulatory issues. The deal with generally frowned upon. If you yes. I mean the health information general is just not you know. You don't want anyone known about those like weird things you have wrong with you and so you've got some hip but more. Interestingly was also a failure like it looks like they were trying to do a good job so they have cloud data. Which we've said is a good way to sort of segment data off your system and protect it. Everybody's always get good intentions. But the breach was caused by unsecured cloud storage and they. It's it was found basically to be a miskin figured cloud storage system or they just set up their google cloud. Which i guess. I don't know when i think of google cloud i. It seems like that's something that i wouldn't expect a company like pfizer to do like i would sort of think that they've got their own system. And that's visors a multinational and obviously they're right now. They're probably making ungodly amounts many. Because i think they're one of the candidates that's trying to make the this is very reminiscent to a bank capital one. Yes so same. Same thing out while they were they were amazon. Yes cloud so i guess similar i hate capital i should probably say. Hey capital one wrong word. I really visually. I've had a few credit cards in my time. Capital was one of the worst ones. That i've that i had i. I couldn't get out of the card. I tried to pay it off in that. I wanted to shut it down. They like wh- like i had to go through so many layers to actually shut the car down. It's like they got me. He was one of those things where i was at college. Groundhog day. Pretty much like is it done like. Oh no you need to talk to this person but it was in college in. You know how that goes you like offered. Here's a credit card to go. Whatever you want about a really crappy laptop with it which was even more disappointing laptop stunk. It no god. Now that thing. I think i sold that to some poor doodoo about computers than i did or yeah yeah i feel bad but i was young johnny better so in this case though like so it sounds like maybe this has a little bit to do with what we and i don't know when this is gonna come out so we've either talked about it or we'll talk about it like privilege access. Which one of our partners. Cyber ark deals worth But the sounds like it might have been. It was a misconception geared cloud that that opened up access so i'm guessing it means they probably there was there was roles that maybe were created that provided someone an avenue in that should never or a path was created on accident. Or it's not a not a ton of information about the care that i can see but it looks like ms configuration at the storage level. It sounds like they caught it. Maybe during an audit or something that it was like they didn't know about it like wasn't captured as it was happening or there wasn't like maybe the indicators has sort of traveling through the system it sounds like maybe they were like. Oh yeah that looks like someone maybe got into this. That shouldn't have and downloaded the data. that shouldn't have. Yeah which is which is usually happen. Which could even be. I mean i guess. Here's a question so this isn't this isn't the first breach for pfizer. They've had a long history of Let stuff go okay. So that's true. I mean you know there's companies feel very evil. Even though they do really good things. I think it's just because there's so much money involved. That just feels like one of those very evil things so just out of curiosity if this was so. Let's say this was caught during an audit for instance. So this it doesn't necessarily mean that there was ill intent right so it could have been like an admin who maybe was or someone you know got fired in on their way out. They're like oh. I need to back these up before i leave. And they're like oh. That was not supposed to have been done that way. That could technically be considered a breach because it sort of approach. I'm guessing in this case. They wouldn't have announced that if the data had gone into somewhere where it could be exposed by right but it doesn't always mean that you know necessarily that. There's ill-intent right. It could have been done through. An accident and exposure occurred

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"pfizer" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Coronacast

"So i know in that. Within the last few weeks and month there's been millions and millions of devices of coronavirus vaccines going into people's arms. All around the world and one of the front runners as we talked about in detail yesterday. Is the fires a shot. So when we've been looking at things in a clinical trial setting get an idea of safety and efficacy and all of those other scienc- words now that we've seen this thing rolling out in millions and millions of people globally. What extra detail do we now have about. Especially the sizes shot just to really tease that out. A little bit from what you said is the trials have been done on an average of maybe forty thousand people which means twenty thousand people get the vaccine twenty thousand people gates the placebo. All that tells you is does it work and is it safe. In twenty thousand people compared to placebo. So what happened. In in the phase three trials of pfizer moderna and astra is that they showed effectiveness to a varying extent and they showed that there were no serious side effects and therefore good to go to approve and release over. There are more daughter to balut tat. Which is what's happening here in australia. So that's to but rare side effects are only going to emerge after the trial just rare side effects but side effects where in the real world. You're not as selective as you are on the trial so a good example of that with pfizer. Thanks seniors the in their trial. They did not recruit people who had a history of nfl shock of severe. And what happens when it was released. One of the components almost certainly was causing antic shock and people who are susceptible and therefore. Now there'd be very careful about fis are and allergy and people with nf alexis. Let's assume for example that the norwegian norwegian cases of these frail terminally ill. Let's assume that that is linked to the vaccine. Oh vet still a question as we record this corona cast then what might happen as a result of that is even. If it's just precautionary you might say. Look people who are over. Eighty five frail and if you think that they might die in the next few months. Don't give them this vaccine just to be so you kind of refined the indications in other words the group of people for whom this gets the you get the vaccine and it's really only possible when you re rolling out to millions and millions of people and might be a one in a million side effect which is really really serious which you can't avoid by refining. Who gets it award in which case the vaccine might have to be ceased and move on to another vaccine and those are the things that you learn as you move on now. The good news as we said last week on krona cast. Was that when you look at. Israel still not being published but if you look at israel where they got really great electronic records that are integrated and they compare the people that they've immunized with the people yet to be immunized it looks as though there's reduced transmission which is really the the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for these vaccines. So you're in good things and you things that are maybe problems and <hes>. It's unprecedented that within a year of this infection hitting we've not only develop vaccines and trialed them that they're now have been given to maybe twenty million people a lot of which has recorded in good electronic databases so that you can get onto this post marketing surveillance. I mean some drugs for example. Take years to find these side effects. And sometimes they're missed for years because doctors are really lousy at reporting side effects. And then you find the find the might this way. They're going to be find out much sooner more effectively and be able to find out whether it is coincidence or really attached to the vaccine

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"pfizer" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Coronacast

"So now let's talk about vaccines today. And i want to talk to you about a couple of different vaccines. But let's start in the uk where thousands of people in the last couple of days have received the fifa vaccine which is really exciting. But one of the things that we've heard about. Is that a couple of people have had an anaphylactic like reaction. So how worried should we be about that. People have been discussing this risk with the peiser vaccine because it uses a substance code peg polyethylene glycol mackerel goal and what this substance does in vaccine and a couple of vaccines that use it. I think the one of the meningitis vaccines may goco vaccines use. It is kind of out the components in the vaccine and enhances the immune response so essentially what you've got. Is you want the strongest immune response that you can possibly get here and the probably ethylene glycol helps that to happen. So that's what that's about so it does rarely 'cause <unk>. Reactions interestingly as pfizer says the didn't get an to or allergic responses anymore in the placebo in the anymore in the active group than the placebo group in the trial but these people certainly sound as if they got an nf electric or type reaction within a short time. After the you'd have to say was the pfizer vaccine. That did it. So you're saying that they did have some reports of these sorts of reactions during the trial but they didn't think it was caused by the vaccine. Yes and theoretic and people knew there was a theoretical risk of that because peg is known to cause an actual reactions in some people rarely. It's also used as a laxative. It's seems like a very versatile substance knows how to job well while we're talking about allergic reactions. Can we talk a bit about egg allergies and why we still hear that. If you've got an egg allergy that maybe might not have certain types of vaccine misleading story. That's got into the general public where they believe that if eggs have been used in the manufacture of vaccine. And you're allergic. You're going to get an egg allergy. It's not the egg itself. It's the embryo within the egg that they use embryonic cells within the egg that they use to actually make the vaccine. Influenza vaccine is the one which commonly uses eggs to culture the vaccine and it doesn't contain the york. Can we basically contains little or no egg allergen so it is a bit of a myth. So vaccine allergies are actually extremely rare. I mean some people argue that it's one in one point four million dollars what. Gp's are advised as you got a very egg allergy child them with a vaccine that uses egg. Then you just keep them in the surgery for a little bit longer just to make sure they're okay but a lot of these vaccines are being developed for. Covid have eggs anywhere in the process using all sorts of different new processes. The nova vaccine uses insect cells to produce the vaccine so lots of different selves used quickly. Talk also about china's vaccine which came out really quickly and they were reporting quite promising results. But there's been some news reports in a taiwanese news outlet saying that. Forty-seven people in uganda had the vaccine. Have now tested positive for coronavirus. How much stead should be placed on this news. Report a runabout about zero. We'd be my esteem you know. It's a newspaper. Report might be true. Might not be true. Might be misleading. That could have been part of a trial could have been in the placebo arm of the trial who knows and is complicated by the fact that no doubt taiwanese taiwanese media just love any story which knocks the chinese technological supremacy off the pedestal. So you just take all that with a pinch of salt. It may be true. But i'm really what we've to do. Chinese not done themselves a favor by not doing transparent trials at least yet and so we just don't know what's going on there and that sort of darkness stories like this popout and it. Just don't do the chinese any favors because the chinese are pretty good. Researchers of are some clouds hanging over some of their vaccine manufacturers allegations of fraud in the past. Well

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"pfizer" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"pfizer" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Pfizer and bio. Intech say. They've won permission wednesday for emergency use of their covid nineteen vaccine in britain. The world's first corona virus shot that's backed by rigorous science and a major step toward eventually ending the pandemic. the move makes britain one of the first countries to begin vaccinating. Its population as it tries to curb. Europe's deadliest covid nineteen outbreak. Other countries aren't far behind the us. And the european union also are vetting. The pfizer shot along with a similar vaccine made by competitor. Moderna inc pfizer said it would immediately begin shipping limited supplies to the uk and has been gearing up for even wider distribution if given a similar nod by the us food and drug administration. A decision expected as early as next week but doses everywhere are scarce and initial. Supplies will be rationed until more is manufactured in the first several months of next year visor. Co albert birla called the uk decision. A moment we are focusing on moving with the same level of urgency to safely supply. A high quality vaccine around the world bore said in a statement while the uk has altered enough pfizer vaccine for twenty million people. It's not clear. How many will arrive. By year's end. And adding to the distribution challenges is that it must be stored at ultra cold temperatures two doses. Three weeks apart are required for protection first in line. The uk government says our frontline healthcare workers and nursing home residents followed by older adults british regulators. Also were considering. Another shot made by astrazeneca and oxford university but prime minister. Boris johnson has warned. We must i navigate a hard winter of restrictions to try to curb the virus until there's enough vaccine to go around. Every country has different rules determining when an experimental vaccine is safe and effective enough to use intense political pressure to be the first to roll out a rigorously. Scientifically tested shot colored the race in the us and britain even as researchers pledged to cut no corners and contrast china and russia have offered different vaccinations to their citizens ahead of late. Stage testing the shots made by us based pfizer and its german partner bio intech were tested in tens of thousands of people and while that study isn't complete early results suggest. The vaccine is ninety five percent effective at preventing mild to severe covid nineteen disease the company's told regulators that of the first one hundred seventy infections detected in study volunteers. Only eight were among people who'd received the actual vaccine and the rest had gotten a dummy shot. This is an extraordinarily strong protection. Dr uber sahin. A bio intex. Ceo recently told the associated press. The companies are reported. No serious side effects. Although vaccine recipients may experience temporary pain and flu-like reactions immediately after injections but experts caution that a vaccine cleared for emergency use is still experimental and the final testing must be completed still to be determined is whether the pfizer bio tech shots protect against people spreading the coronavirus without showing symptoms. Another question is how long protection lasts. The vaccine also has been tested in only a small number of children none younger than twelve. And there's no information on its effects in pregnant women.

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"pfizer" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"pfizer" Discussed on Z104

"Tell me what she name came with. Let's get a couple of phrase look like my, my extra Pfizer. The program. So. Kitchen. Minute. Oh. Maybe let me put. I'm a big. I don't know. There's something in a way you Rollier is. Takes me back to pad or. Everything is good. The only thing that's good. China..

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