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"sabine strauss" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:05 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Each spark plug wire with windex when the windex hits the bad wire. You're listening to heartland newsfeed. Radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's. This is a fox news alert. They've reached a verdict on lisa. Brady we got word just after three thirty eastern time so less than a half hour ago the jurors had reached a verdict in the murder trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged in the death of george floyd. They have not read the verdict yet. Boxes jeff monosso has more live. We certainly tenth hour of deliberations were that the jury in the derek chauvin trial has reached a verdict tummy. Three murder and manslaughter counts against him. The death of george floyd this almost eleven months to the day after floyd's death and follows three weeks of at times emotional testimony and evidence in the case that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt this also as the twin cities in the country. Now brace for trouble. That verdict be read here in about thirty minutes. Lisa jeff earlier. Today president biden telling reporters. He's praying for the right verdict that he spoke with floyd's family yesterday. Guardless of the outcome of the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protest spokeswoman jen psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered for deliberations the johnson and johnson cove shot remains on hold in the us but european regulators have decided to go ahead with that vaccine adding a new label. Fox's simon owen european union's drugs regulator says. It's found a possible link. Between johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine and blood clots in rare cases but the european medicines agency's sabine strauss says the shots benefits outweigh. Any risks and product information will be updated to reflect this information. I will include a warning an date of the side effects. The cdc holds. Its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to fox news. You running a business. Then why are you still going to the post office do it all online with stamps. Dot com avoid trips to the post office print postage send invoices letters or packages and schedule pickups. Right from your home or office. Twenty four seven with stamps. Dot com you get discounts up to forty percents off post office rates and up to sixty two percent of ups shipping rates. Go to stamps dot com. 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"sabine strauss" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:58 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Earlier today, President Biden telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Karlis of the outcome, the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protest. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations, But Johnson and Johnson covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. When European regulators have decided to go ahead with that vaccine, adding a new label boxes. Simon Ellen European Union's drugs regulator, says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, but the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on an update off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to Bach sneeze. News radio K L B J I'm John Cooley. This news of surface of hedge Cock dental. A bill aimed at rioters is move against way through the Texas Legislature like way, Senator Don Buckingham says, or anti riot bill would make it a felony for a person to cause property damage during a protest and required the bad actor to reimburse the property owner. For the cost of restoring or replacing the property. Right now it's only a Class B misdemeanor. The bill also makes it a state jail felony. If somebody commits an illegal act against a first responder who was on a duty during the riot or protest, the All City Council is set to decide on spending $30 million on a new agreement with the Housing Authority for covert rental assistance and results of a new surveys show. Widespread support for policing among Texans at Texas Municipal Police Association says more than 70. 2% of respondents have a favorable opinion of cops that says the city of Boston have cut or re allocated police funding their kale. BJ, radar, weather Watch. It's 82 degrees All 43 Get Austin News on demand it news radio k l b j dot com Live and local every afternoon to before. This is Marc, Melinda and Ed on news, radio, K O b. J Call or text them and 51283605 90. Thanks for taking my call now. Marc Melinda and Good afternoon 303. We will have live coverage for you when the verdicts are read in Minneapolis That's expected between through 3 30 Austin time and four o'clock Austin time. You will hear it live. The jury has finished their deliberations on all three charges against former officer Derek Sheldon and connection with the death of George Floyd and ad for those who are just tuning in again. You said you think the verdicts will be what I think the verdict shall be guilty all the way down the line Three of them? Yeah. I think so. I disagree with the murder aspect. I don't believe he intentionally set out to murder him. I think he was a bad cop and overzealous cop. He needs to be punished. But I don't think murder is in my equation. I went out. I would not vote for her murder. Foresighted. Listen to all the testimony, right? And I to me, I would think that the murder and third degree is off the table. But the other two that unintentional murder Second degree and then the man slaughter will probably be guilties. Do you think a lot of people are surprised at how swiftly they reached a conclusion? Yeah, I think so. Because when you when you think about all the information that they had to consume over these past few weeks, not to mention you have to have unanimous decision on all three charges and that One charge in particular to me warrants on explanation and to know exactly what that charges that unintentional murder charge. I would think that would warrant a little bit more information a little bit more talk, so, yeah, just to do it in 10.5 11 hours is Surprising seems too quick for me on the magnitude of this case, and you're exactly right on this. The murder aspect when they put in the murder thing, That's when you need this talk and read and find out and, Yeah, I'm surprised that seems awfully quick to me. The defense attorney tried to convince the jury that it was the Health conditions of George Floyd that killed him and brought in expert testimony. To put that reasonable doubt into the mind of the jury's. It was a lot of expert testimony on both sides on that count. Are you surprised that they seemed to go through all of that pretty quickly and reached their verdict? Yeah, because when I've never been on a jury, but one I understand if you have any questions you can You can street the transcript. You can do a lot of things than that room to make sure you're getting it right And that That's why I think it's a strange to me and so quick. Yeah, I think I would have probably expected, you know, can we get Ah, better definition of this second degree unintentional murder because, like I said, before, when I hear murder, I hear intent you have to have intent. Granted. I know it's a different state different laws, but I would want to be Clear on exactly what each of these charges are and what had to be met in order to say without a reasonable doubt Guilty. Or not guilty. If you would like to weigh in with your thoughts in advance of the jury verdict. 51283605 90 call or text with your thoughts. Frank. Lunch is a I was going to say also, I'm sorry. I didn't. I know you're good. I find it kind of odd yesterday when they were finishing the closing arguments before they turned it over to the jurors. The judge in this case said If we get a verdict back tonight, we will not be announcing it because we know of all the tension. We will wait into the morning. I find it a little odd that they have set a time line now, they said. We got the verdict in and we're gonna wait to read it for an hour. An hour is a long time for people to start gathering around that courthouse. Just the safety of it. All. It just I don't know. I feel for those that are in the courthouse that are going to have to leave. When all of this is wrapped up. I hope they're all safe and they've got a plan mapped out for them. I think part of the thinking in waiting to announce it is to let the media get ready. All the reporters are they're ready to go the staff of both sides of the legal counsel. May may have left the courthouse. They need to get back and be there. Everybody's got to be ready in their seat. When it's time to read the.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The twin cities in the country now brace for trouble. That verdict expected to be read here in about 30 minutes. Lisa Thanks, Jeff. Earlier today, President Biden telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Karlis of the outcome, the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protests. Now spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations. The Johnson and Johnson covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. But European regulators have decided to go ahead with that Maxine adding a new label boxes. Simon Owen, European Union's drugs regulator, says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, but the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to Fox knees. Okay from the mast. Nissan Traffic Center. Authorities have finally cleared this accident in Pasco County. North on I 75 between state roads 54 52. It's still a stop and go right through this area, so you still might want to exit at 54 Head west over to Wesley Chapel Boulevard That turns into Oh, Pascoe rode up to 52. You could take 41 or even had East and take three or one up to 52 so traffic now to coming off the Howard Franklin Bridge into Tampa North on to 75 Page. CORRERA news, radio w F L A Around the brain will continue to come in off the Gulf of.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Is a fox news alert. They've reached a verdict on Lisa Brady. We got word just after 3 30 eastern time. So less than a half hour ago, the jurors had reached a verdict in the murder trial of Derrick Show, Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. They have not read the verdict yet Boxes. Jeff Man also has more live Lisa. The 10th hour of deliberations were that the jury in the direction of in trial has reached a verdict. Tell me three murder and manslaughter counts against him in the day. Death of George Floyd. This almost 11 months to the day after Floyd's death and follows three weeks of at times, emotional testimony and evidence in the case that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt this also as the twin cities in the country now brace for trouble. That verdict expected to be read here in about 30 minutes. Lisa Thanks, Jeff. Earlier today, President Biden telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Karlis of the outcome, the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protests. Now spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations. The Johnson and Johnson Covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. But European regulators who decided to go ahead with that Maxine adding a new label boxes Simon Ellen, European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to Fox knees. This report is sponsored by ex surgeon Accuracy Matters. Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk homeless people who were forced to evacuate Riverbend Parker being offered shelter as astral city officials and a partnership with Sunrise Community for recovery and wellness, have proposed hotel rooms for the campers to stay in. Your organization tries to find help for people who are without housing. The funds to house the homeless comes from the American rescue plan. Duke University has announced its Kino commencement speaker for this year's graduation ceremonies will be music Superstore. John Legend. The Emmy Grammy Oscar and Tony Award winner will also receive an honorary degree from the university legend performed on campus in 2000 and four during the last day of classes concert. This year's du commencement will take place on May 2nd at Wallace Wade Stadium, but due to covert 19 will only be open to graduating undergraduate students and their pre registered guests. Duke students won't have to show proof of receiving a covert vaccination to attend fall classes. But that's not the case with States flagship University Kyle Wilson reports. UNC Chapel Hill announcing Covert 19 vaccination will not be a requirement for attending classes on campus next semester. That's the policy of all U. N. C system schools statewide and not everyone's happy about it. AP States Faculty passed two resolutions supporting mandatory vaccination at Chapel Hill, UNC faculty chair Dr Mimi Chapman till Raleigh's ABC 11. They're waiting to hear from their legal team, but may take a similar stance. This is the way we get rid of this pandemic. We have to vaccinate ourselves out of it. And so again, why wouldn't universities want to lead the way and doing that? The UNC system continues mass vaccination clinics they've administered more than 73,000 vaccinations to date. And that does it. For now, we have continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Mitch Evans from.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:35 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You. Er see, This'll is a fox news alert. They've reached a verdict on Lisa Braiding. We got word just after 3 30 eastern time. So less than a half hour ago, The jurors had reached a verdict in the murder trial of Derrick Show Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. They have not read the verdict yet. Boxes. Jeff Man also has more live. We saw the 10th hour of deliberations were that the jury in the direction of in trial has reached a verdict. Tell me three murder and manslaughter counts against him in the death of George Floyd. This almost 11 months to the day after Floyd's death and follows three weeks of at times, emotional testimony and evidence in the case that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt this also as the twin cities in the country now brace for trouble. That verdict expected to be read here in about 30. Minutes. Lisa Thanks Jeff. Earlier today, President Biden, telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Karlis of the outcome, the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protest by now spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations. The Johnson and Johnson Covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. But European regulators who decided to go ahead with that Maxine adding a new label boxes Simon Owen, European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to Bach sneeze. It's 303 Use radio 1055 w E. R c Congressman Mo Brooks reacts to AH promising pole Mo Brooks has been endorsed by former President Trump has his choice to fill the seat of the retiring Senator Richard Shelby Brooks telling J. T on Alabama's Morning news that Sean Hannity had a shocking number for him last night, saying that we're up by 41 points. That's the case, but that that sounded really good. Up by 41 wouldn't be shocking to trump. He thinks Brooks is on the road to success. Alabama is going to be a tremendous one with Brooks. We have tremendous look almost everybody I endorsed wins. In the meantime, the Democrats are spending the country into oblivion. While not being honest, where all that money's going. Democrats are masters at naming something mother had an apple pie and embedding it with the devil's doing. And this is one of those bills again. It's money we don't have have to borrow to get can't afford to pay back. The infrastructure bill also does away with all 27 right to work states, giving unions the right to control us. I'm Leah Brandon. New information about the kidnapping of a Florence teenager. Family. Friends say the 13 year old victim connected to the suspect, Dylann skip, or through an online game. She went missing from her home after Skip Worth drove from Texas to pick her up. Tips led the FBI to find the girl in Texas over the weekend, skip worth now charged with sex trafficking, sexual assault of a child and resisting arrest. At home..

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"After 3 30 eastern time. So less than a half hour ago, The jurors had reached a verdict in the murder trial of Derrick Show Vin, the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the death of George Floyd. They have not read the verdict yet Boxes. Jeff Man also has more live. We certainly 10th hour of deliberations were that the jury in the direction open trial has reached a verdict on the three murder and manslaughter counts against him in the death of George Floyd. This almost 11 months to the day after Floyd's death and follows three weeks of at times, emotional testimony and evidence in the case that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt this also as the twin cities in the country now brace for trouble. That verdict expected to be read here in about 30 minutes. Lisa Thanks, Jeff. Earlier today, President Biden telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Karlis of the outcome, the president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protests. Now spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations. The Johnson and Johnson covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. But European regulators have decided to go ahead with that Maxine adding a new label boxes. Simon Ellen, European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on an update off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week..

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Testimony and evidence in the case that the state must prove beyond a reasonable doubt this also as the twin cities in the country now brace for trouble. That verdict expected to be read here in about 30 minutes. Lisa Thanks, Jeff. Earlier today, President Biden, telling reporters he's praying for the right verdict and that he spoke with Floyd's family yesterday. Regardless of the outcome. The president has consistently called for peace and our focus as we're working with state and local authorities is on providing the space for peaceful protests. Now spokeswoman Jen Psaki also emphasizing the president's comment today that he was speaking publicly because the jury was sequestered. For deliberations. The Johnson and Johnson covert shot remains on hold in the U. S. But European regulators have decided to go ahead with that Maxine adding a new label boxes. Simon Ellen, European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says the shots benefits outweigh any risks. The product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning and a date off the side effects of the CDC holds its latest meeting on the issue later this week. America is listening to Bach sneeze. Here's Terry Bradshaw for Publishers clearing House. If you want to win seven grand a week, you've had a step on it. There were just days left to enter to win $7000 a week for life from Publishers Clearing house on April 30th. You gotta enter PCH calm before it's too late. Real people really do win just like you. You don't want to miss out, do you? But you gotta be in it to win it. Seven grand.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

01:52 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"White House supports for a 51st state on Lisa Brady. Fox News the Bike administration just issuing a statement of policy urging swift action in Congress to give statehood to Washington, D. C. Calling the district's current status taxation without representation. A bill passed the house last year but stalled in the Senate. Another House vote could come this week. Republicans have criticized it as a Democrat power grab. Meantime, the Senate could soon consider ending the federal ban on marijuana. April 20th has been celebrated by marijuana advocates for decades. Today is what you might call a very unofficial American holiday for 20 and it today, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it's appropriate that take a hard look at laws that have over criminalized marijuana. I believe the time has come to end the federal prohibition on marijuana in this country. Schumer says his position has evolved after seeing several states the criminalized and legalized recreational marijuana. The top Senate Democrat now says he's working with colleagues and a proposal that could be ready for Senate action in the near future Axis. Jared Helper and in Washington, regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London. Lisa, the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, but the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. Product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning and a date off the side effects. She said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders among seven million people who received the vaccine. Lisa Thanks Sinan jury's still out of the Derek Sherman murder trial the death of George Floyd, their first full day.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:01 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Taxation without representation. A bill passed the house last year but stalled in the Senate. Another house vote could come this week. Republicans have criticized it as a Democrat power grab. Meantime, the Senate could soon consider ending the federal ban on marijuana. April 20th has been celebrated by marijuana advocates for decades. Today is what you might call a very unofficial American holiday. 4 20 it today, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it's appropriate that take a hard look at laws that have over criminalized marijuana. I believe the time has come. To end the federal prohibition on marijuana in this country. Schumer says his position has evolved after seeing several states the criminalized and legalized recreational marijuana. The top Senate Democrat now says he's working with colleagues and a proposal that could be ready for Senate action in the near future. Alexis Jared helper and in Washington, regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London. Police of the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. And blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies, Sabine Strauss says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. A product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders. Among seven million people who received the vaccine. Lisa Thanks Simon jury's still out of the Derrick Show Been murder trial The death of George Floyd, their first full day of deliberations. America is listening to Fox News. Saturday. April 24th. It's national prescription drug take back day remove expired or unused prescription stimulant medications from the home quickly to help reduce others may accidentally take or intentionally misused the medicine. According to the FDA..

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"sabine strauss" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Tell me, Sir Brady Fox News. The Bite administration just issuing a statement of policy urging swift action in Congress to give statehood to Washington, D. C. Calling the district's current status taxation without representation. A bill passed the house last year but stalled in the Senate. Another House vote could come this week. Republicans have criticized it as a Democrat power grab. Meantime, the Senate could soon consider ending the federal ban on marijuana. April 20th has been celebrity by marijuana advocates for decades. Today is what you might call A very unofficial American holiday for 20 and it today, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says it's appropriate that take a hard look at laws that have over criminalized marijuana. I believe the time has come. To end the federal prohibition on marijuana in this country. Schumer says his position has evolved after seeing several states the criminalize and legalized recreational marijuana. The top Senate Democrat now says he's working with colleagues and a proposal that could be ready for Senate action in the near future axis. Jared Halpern in Washington regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London. Lisa, the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, but the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. Product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on an update off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders among seven million people who'd received the vaccine. Lisa Thanks Sinan jury's still out of the Derrick Show Been murder trial the death of George Floyd, their first full day.

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"sabine strauss" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:41 min | 3 months ago

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"Restaurants. Oh White House supports for a 51st state police A Brady Fox News, the bike administration just issuing a statement of policy urging swift action in Congress to give statehood to Washington, D. C. Calling the district's current status taxation without representation. A bill passed the house last year but stalled in the Senate. Another house vote could come this week. Republicans have criticized it as a Democrat power grab. Meantime, the Senate could soon consider ending the federal ban on marijuana. April 20th has been celebrated by marijuana advocates for decades. Today is what you might call a very unofficial American holiday for 20 minutes a day, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says. It's appropriate that take a hard look at laws that have over criminalized marijuana. I believe the time has come. To end the federal prohibition on marijuana in this country. Schumer says his position has evolved after seeing several states the criminalize and legalized recreational marijuana. The top Senate Democrat now says he's working with colleagues and a proposal that could be ready for Senate action in the near future is Jared Halpern In Washington, regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot Still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London. Lisa, the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine on blood clots in very rare cases, but the European medicines agencies Sabine Strauss Says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. A product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning and a date off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders among seven million people who received the vaccine. Lisa Thanks Simon jury's still out of the Derrick Show Been murder trial the death of George Floyd, their first full day of deliberations. America is listening to Fox News. This report is sponsored by the out kick the coverage. Podcast. Staying connected continues with 161 FM Talk UNC System Schools will not require students heading back to campus this fall be vaccinated against covert 19. The school system says it strongly encouraged but won't be mandated. North Carolina school districts have a clearer picture of what upcoming summer Learning will look like. Richard Stelling has details. The state's education board is laying out groundwork for North Carolina's Summer learning program. Yesterday, members approved guidelines for the instruction which must be offered by each school district..

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European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between Vaccine and Blood Clots

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European Regulator Finds Possible Link Between Vaccine and Blood Clots

"Regulators in Europe announced their findings on a covert shot still on hold in the U. S. Fox is Simon Owen Live in London, at least of the European Union's drugs regulator says it's found a possible link between Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine. And blood clots in very rare cases, But the European medicines agencies, Sabine Strauss says that shots benefits outweigh any risks. Product information will be updated to reflect this information on will include a warning on a date off the side effects, she said. The agency is aware off eight reports from the U. S of blood clotting disorders. Among seven million people who received the

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04:36 min | 4 months ago

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"Live from npr news. I'm shay stevens on day. Eight of derek. Chauvin 's murder trial defense attorneys argued that the former minneapolis police officer did not cause george floyd staff as minnesota public radio's math reports prosecutors maintained that floyd died because chauvin knelt on his neck for over nine minutes. Show wtn's lawyer eric. Nelson played a clip of police video for minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension investigator james ryerson nelson and ask the agent. What he heard do appear that. Mr flight said i ate too many drugs but later ryerson gave a different response when a longer clip from the same video was played by prosecutor. Matthew frank having heard it in context you're able to tell what mr floyd is saying there. Yes i believe. Mr floor saying i ain't doing drugs. Chauvinist pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and manslaughter for npr news. I met in minneapolis. Us labor secretary. Marty wall says the biden administration's infrastructure plan do more than fix or replace crumbling roads and bridges whilst tells npr. The proposal has abroad focus beyond infrastructure creating opportunities in our country building back stronger in helping people get into the middle class. I think that's ultimately what the president is goal here is You know he didn't just do a straight up infrastructure bill that that people deem as a roads and bridges bill Something that the past administrations spoke for years consistently about didn't do while says his office will examine the gig economy and how the covert pandemic has pushed women out of the workforce the cdc says the uk variant is now the most common corona virus strains circulating in the united states. Cc director. dr rochelle walinsky says new outbreaks have been tied to youth sports and daycare centers. She's encouraging states with rising k. Slows to curtail spend youth sporting activities to slow the spread of the disease. The european medicines agency says it does does believe that there is a possible link between the astra zeneca co covid vaccine and very rare but potentially fatal blood clots. Npr's jason boubyan reports that the european drug regulators says that boycotts must now be listed as a possible side effect. The safety committee of the european medicines agency analyzed eighty six cases of blood clots. That occurred in people up to two weeks after getting the astrazeneca shot and we have concluded that there is indeed a possibility of a very rare event that might occur. That's dr sabine. Strauss the head of the safety committee. She says the unusual immune reaction appear similar to a rare clotting reaction to a blood thinner called heparin. there have been at least eighteen. Potentially vaccine related deaths among the twenty five million people immunized with astra zeneca in europe stresses that with thousands of people dying every day from covid the benefits of the asiatic vaccine far outweigh the potential risk from this rare. Immune reaction jason on. Npr news this is npr district attorney in atlanta says she will not pursue charges against the georgia state legislator accused of disrupting law enforcement and the general assembly democrat park. Cannon was arrested and briefly jailed after knocking on the governor's door during the close signing of a new voting bill fulton county district. Attorney funny willis says that while some people may have been annoyed by kenna's behavior there's no justification for bringing felony charges against her researchers say they've detected some unexpected behavior in a particle known as immu- on as npr's jeff brumfield reports the finding could provide some hints about the nature of the universe nuance are fundamental particles. They exist for only a few million of a second. You can't just go out and scoop up dirt and find a bunch of yuan's leblanc away. Chris polly spokesperson for you on experiment at fermilab near chicago polly. What of nearly two hundred scientists who are using a particle accelerator family lab to make nuance in study them. They were looking at how mu on spin in a magnetic field turns out. They didn't spend as expected and that could be because of a yet to be discovered force or particle. Police says this could be a hint of something really big or the study the big picture questions of the universe other researchers think there could be a mistake square the calculations either way the study of mutations will continue jeff brumfield npr news us futures are higher in after hours trading on markets across asia shares are mixed locally lower in tokyo. This is npr news..

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01:01 min | 4 months ago

Blood Clots Reportedly 'Very Rare' Side Effect of AstraZeneca Vaccine

"Does believe that there is a possible link between the astra zeneca co covid vaccine and very rare but potentially fatal blood clots. Npr's jason boubyan reports that the european drug regulators says that boycotts must now be listed as a possible side effect. The safety committee of the european medicines agency analyzed eighty six cases of blood clots. That occurred in people up to two weeks after getting the astrazeneca shot and we have concluded that there is indeed a possibility of a very rare event that might occur. That's dr sabine. Strauss the head of the safety committee. She says the unusual immune reaction appear similar to a rare clotting reaction to a blood thinner called heparin. there have been at least eighteen. Potentially vaccine related deaths among the twenty five million people immunized with astra zeneca in europe stresses that with thousands of people dying every day from covid the benefits of the asiatic vaccine far outweigh the potential risk from this rare. Immune reaction jason on. Npr news this

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02:00 min | 4 months ago

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"Standardized star test set to go fully online soon statewide, But a glitch in testing this week has many wondering, ready or not the story today on the Texas standard. Texas Sam is the production of Kut, Austin KR in North Texas, Houston Public Media and Texas public Radio in San Antone. I'm David Brown. Other stories. We're tracking the growing controversy over so called vaccine passports quickly becoming a new culture war flashpoint are mandated certifications of vaccinations. Ethical a closer look at some of the underlying considerations. Home prices skyrocketing in Texas cities you've heard about that. But if you're thinking you can escape this trend by moving to rural Texas, think again. Also, the best chess team in the world look no further than the R G V. Those stories and a whole lot more when the Texas Standard gets underway right after this. Line from NPR News on Korver Coleman, the European Medicines Agency says there's a possible link between the cove in 19 vaccine made by drug maker AstraZeneca and certain blood clots. But E M s officials say this is exceptionally rare. When it occurs, it primarily does so in women under 60 doctors, Sabine Strauss is the head of the agency's safety committee. Despite the rare chance for side effects, she urged European nations to use the AstraZeneca vaccine overall. Benefits off the vaccine from AstraZeneca and preventing covert 19 are well established, and the risks are very rare if manufacturing goes according to plan, AstraZeneca is expected to be the largest producer of covert vaccines worldwide this year. President Biden is setting April 19th as the new target date for all adult Americans to be eligible to get a covert vaccine. Most states already do this or are planning to do so..

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EU Regulator Finds Possible Link Between AstraZeneca Vaccine and Blood Clots

"There's a possible link between the covert 19 vaccine made by drug maker AstraZeneca and certain blood clots. But E M s officials say this is exceptionally rare. When it occurs, it primarily does so in women under 68 doctors, Sabine Strauss is the head of the agency's safety committee. Despite the rare chance for side effects, she urged European nations to use the AstraZeneca vaccine overall. Benefits off the vaccine from us to Zenica and preventing covert 19 are well established on the risks are very rare if manufacturing goes according to plan, AstraZeneca is expected to be the largest producer of covert vaccines worldwide this year. President Biden is

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05:44 min | 4 months ago

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"The inland empire. This is North bound on the 15 before Ken would actually is. You make your way through the car home pass conked out car taking a part of the right lane partly to mostly cloudy today highs in the sixties to mid seventies, It's 507. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington and Mai Martinez in Culver City, California. Bite administration says it plans to send millions of doses of the AstraZeneca covert 19 vaccine to Canada and Mexico. That vaccine isn't yet authorized for use here in the U. S. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The pandemic knows no borders on ensuring our neighbors can contain the virus is a mission critical step tending that pandemic. But in Europe, the AstraZeneca vaccine has been a source of concern. More than a dozen countries had suspended use of that vaccine or worries about a possible link the blood clots. NPR's global health correspondent Jason Beaubien has been following this Jason. Why is the bite Administration of changing course on what to do with its AstraZeneca stockpile? Well, there are a couple of reasons First. These doses can't yet be used in the U. S. As you mentioned because they haven't been authorized by Theo FDA. Also, the U. S might not need them in the short term, given production that we're seeing from other manufacturers, and finally, it looks good to us his way out ahead of a lot of other countries. In terms of how many people have actually gotten vaccinated. There's been some criticism that Washington is hoarding doses. So it looks good to be sharing particularly with your neighbors. Yeah, why not share now the European of Medicines Agency, The Iemma just wrapped up its investigation into whether vaccine could have caused these plots And if it's still safe, what did they determine? Well, the head of the E M, a mere cook. She was very definitive and said the review committee came to a clear conclusion. This vaccine is a safe and effective option to protect citizens against covert 19. And, she said, particularly given the sharp rise in cases right now in Europe vaccination campaign should restart and in fact, right after those remarks, many countries did resume vaccinating with the AstraZeneca product. But how is the backing up its conclusion that this vaccine is safe? Well, what they're saying is that there's no evidence that these rare blood clotting conditions that we're seeing, and they occurred in a few people After getting vaccinated, there's no Link right now to the vaccine. That link might be proven later. But right now they're saying they don't have evidence to support that. Sabine Strauss. She led the safety committee. She points out that even under normal circumstances, a sizable number of people developed blood clots. Approximately 100,000 people developed blood clots every month in the European Union. So seeing 25 blood clots among the nearly 20 million people in Europe, who have been vaccinated so far with AstraZeneca is actually fewer than they would have expected to see in the general population. Are they taking any additional steps around this? Yeah, So despite what they're saying they are adding additional warnings That will go along with the vaccines there telling people to be on the lookout for severe headaches, unusual, bruising other symptoms that may indicate that there's one of these rare blood clots and they're telling people if that happens, then to seek health immediately. This is happening at a time when the AstraZeneca backseat is starting to get distributed all over the world. So even with The all clear from European regulators. I mean, does an incident like this end up damaging the broader effects to just get people vaccinated? Yeah, I mean, it could. There's concern about the ripple effect of this entire thing that happened in Europe. Remember, AstraZeneca is expected to be the most used immunization globally this year. Some two billion doses more than any other manufacturer are expected to be administered in 2021. Was talk talking with Jennifer Nuzzo, who studies vaccines and global health at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. These nationals decisions to abusing the vaccine even temporarily. Cast a shadow over the vaccine itself. And she says, in a moment in the this pandemic when the goal is to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible these questions about safety even if they're resolved as they seem to be here, Um you know they can still affect vaccination efforts. We are always worried about people's willingness to be vaccinated. It doesn't have to be that people are just full out opposed to getting vaccinated. It could also be deadly. If people just decide to wait too long to get it. We know that a lot of people probably fall on the wait and see camp. And just looking at Europe. We've got 20,000 people dying on the continent every week from Cove it, she says. The focus right now needs to be. I'm getting people immunized. That's NPR's Jason Beaubien. Jason. Thanks Welcome. This week's shootings that killed eight people around Atlanta touched Americans all across the country. And on this day that the president visits Georgia. We're going to hear some of those voices in a moment, NPR's Leila Fadel reports on the response of Asian Americans in Minnesota. We begin in Georgia's Cherokee County site of the first shootings, Georgia Public Broadcasting's Ellen Eldridge attended a vigil for the dead. Growing number of signs and flowers blocks the front door of Young's Asian massage. The lights are switched off inside, but outside Brittany Bender began the vigil with a request. If you have candles, I know it's windy, please like them. A few dozen people were there, some holding candles, others clutching signs that said disarm hate. Four people were killed here on Tuesday. They were either patronizing or working at the business about 30 miles north of Atlanta. Let us show these families are neighbors. We're here for them..

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07:00 min | 4 months ago

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"Father, a new dramatic thriller Directed by Florian Seller starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman about a man's reality unraveling in the presence of his daughter, now playing On the next all of it. New York Times film critic A O Scott stops by to talk about this year's Oscar nominations and reimagining the awards show and we'll take your calls. Plus, we'll speak with Dan, passionate host of the sport full podcast about why he created his own new pasta shape. And we'll hear about the sport. Full new five part series called Mission Impossible. I'm Alison Stewart joined me for all of it. We think that mean on W N. Y C. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington and Mai Martinez in Culver City, California. Bite administration says it plans to send millions of doses of the AstraZeneca covert 19 vaccine to Canada and Mexico. That vaccine isn't yet authorized for use here in the U. S. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The pandemic knows no borders on ensuring our neighbors can contain the virus is a mission critical step tending the pandemic. But in Europe, the AstraZeneca vaccine has been a source of concern. More than a dozen countries had suspended use of that vaccine or worries about a possible link the blood clots. NPR's global health correspondent Jason Beaubien has been following this Jason. Why is the bite Administration of changing course on what to do with its AstraZeneca stockpile? Well, there are a couple of reasons First. These doses can't yet be used in the U. S. As you mentioned because they haven't been authorized by Theo FDA. Also, the U. S might not need them in the short term, given production that we're seeing from other manufacturers. And finally, it looks good. The U. S is way out ahead of a lot of other countries. In terms of how many people have actually gotten vaccinated. There's been some criticism that Washington is hoarding doses. So it looks good to be sharing particularly with your neighbors. Yeah, why not share now the European of Medicines Agency, the Emma just wrapped up its investigation into whether vaccine could have caused these plots And if it's still safe, what did they determine? Well, the head of the E M, a mere cook. She was very definitive and said the review committee came to a clear conclusion. This vaccine is a safe and effective option to protect citizens against covert 19. And, she said, particularly given the sharp rise in cases right now in Europe vaccination campaign should restart and in fact, right after those remarks, many countries did resume vaccinating with the AstraZeneca product. But how is the backing up its conclusion that this vaccine is safe? Well, what they're saying is that there's no evidence that these rare blood clotting conditions that we're seeing, and they occurred in a few people After getting vaccinated, there's no Link right now to the vaccine. That link might be proven later. But right now they're saying they don't have evidence to support that. Sabine Strauss. She led the safety committee. She points out that even under normal circumstances, a sizable number of people developed blood clots. Approximately 100,000 people developed blood clots every month in the European Union. So seeing 25 blood clots among the nearly 20 million people in Europe, who have been vaccinated so far with AstraZeneca is actually fewer than they would have expected to see in the general population. Are they taking any additional steps around this? Yeah, So despite what they're saying they are adding additional warnings That will go along with the vaccines there telling people to be on the lookout for severe headaches, unusual, bruising other symptoms that may indicate that there's one of these rare blood clots and they're telling people if that happens, then to seek health immediately. This is happening at a time when the AstraZeneca vaccine is starting to get distributed all over the world. So even with The all clear from European regulators. I mean, does an incident like this end up damaging the broader effects to just get people vaccinated? Yeah, I mean, it could. There's concern about the ripple effect of this entire thing that happened in Europe. Remember, AstraZeneca is expected to be the most used immunization globally this year. Some two billion doses more than any other manufacturer are expected to be administered in 2021. Was talk talking with Jennifer Nuzzo, who studies vaccines and global health at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. These nationals decisions to abusing the vaccine even temporarily. Cast a shadow over the vaccine itself. And she says, in a moment in the this pandemic when the goal is to get his made people vaccinated as quickly as possible these questions about safety even if they're resolved as they seem to be here, Um you know they can still affect vaccination efforts. We are always worried about people's willingness to be vaccinated. It doesn't have to be that people are just full out opposed to getting vaccinated. It could also be deadly. If people just decide to wait too long to get it. We know that a lot of people probably fall on the wait and see camp. And just looking at Europe. We've got 20,000 people dying on the continent every week from Cove it, she says. The focus right now needs to be. I'm getting people immunized. That's NPR's Jason Beaubien. Jason. Thanks Welcome. This week's shootings that killed eight people around Atlanta touched Americans all across the country. And on this day that the president visits Georgia. We're going to hear some of those voices in a moment, NPR's Leila Fadel reports on the response of Asian Americans in Minnesota. We begin in Georgia's Cherokee County site of the first shootings, Georgia Public Broadcasting's Ellen Eldridge attended a vigil for the dead. Growing number of signs and flowers blocks the front door of Young's Asian massage. The lights are switched off inside, but outside Britney Bender began the vigil with a request. If you have candles, I know it's Wendy. Please like them. A few dozen people were there, some holding candles, others clutching signs that said disarm hate. Four people were killed here on Tuesday. They were either patronizing or working at the business about 30 miles north of Atlanta. Let us show these families are neighbors. We're here for them. We hold them in our hearts and remember The beautiful souls lost. The victims have been identified as Dalio, Fung Delana, Ashley, Yann Hall, Andre Michaels and the business owner. Shalazhi Thanh. The Cherokee County Democrats hosted this vigil. Bangor chairs the organization tonight is about the victims and their family, our neighbors our friends to up with them and remember them. One of the women killed just got married in August. Yang and her husband were getting a couples massage when the shooting occurred. It was their first time there. The 33 year old Acworth woman was a mother, too. An infant and a 13 year old. She worked at a nearby Waffle House restaurant. That's where Jessica Lange.

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04:02 min | 4 months ago

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"I'm Steve Inskeep. After a few days of concern, AstraZeneca's covert 19 vaccine appears to be back in the game. More than a dozen countries pause there useless shot over worries about a possible link to blood clots. But now the European Medicines Agency has determined the vaccine is still safe in the United States is making use of it. You see, While the vaccine is still not yet approved here in the U. S. The BIS administration is going to send stockpiles to Mexico and Canada, which have approved it. Here's White House press secretary Jen Psaki. The pandemic knows no borders on ensuring our neighbors can contain the virus is a mission critical step tending that pandemic. Which we'll talk about with NPR Global health correspondent Jason Beaubien, whose job title seems perfect for this story, Jason Good morning. Good morning, Steve. Why is the administration changing its plans here for AstraZeneca? You know they're a couple reasons. First. These doses can't be used in the U. S. As we just said, because AstraZeneca hasn't yet won FDA authorization. Also, us might not need them in the short term, given production that we're getting from other manufacturers, and finally, it looks good. The U. S is way out ahead of a lot of other countries in terms of how many people it's gotten vaccinated. Has been some criticism that Washington is hoarding doses. So it looks good to be sharing particularly with your neighbors. Good diplomacy and good supply for the United States for the moment. Wow. Now, let's talk about this AstraZeneca vaccine, though, because there was this concern. What did the investigation find? So the head of the European Medicines agency Amir Cook, She was very definitive about this investigation into safety concerns and said the review committee came to a clear conclusion. This vaccine is a safe and effective option to protect citizens against covert 19. The E. M s saying that there's no evidence that these blood clots, which have been found in a few cases in Europe, are linked to the vaccine. That link may be proved later. But right now there isn't the evidence to support that. Sabine Strauss, who led that safety committee of the M a points out, the blood clots are a fairly common condition. Approximately 100,000 people developed blood clots every month in the European Union. So seeing 25 blood clots, which was what the concern was among nearly 20 million people in Europe have been vaccinated with the AstraZeneca vaccine is actually less, she says. Then what you would have expected to see in the general population. The inmate is adding some additional warnings to these vaccines. They let people in health care workers be on the lookout for severe headaches, unusual, bruising some other symptoms that may indicate that one of these, these rare blood clots has occurred. And are telling them that they should seek help immediately are the findings from the European regulators going to calm the world about this vaccine? You know, it may not be enough. This vaccine is expected to be the most used immunization globally this year. Some two billion doses of AstraZeneca, more than any other manufacturer, are expected to be administered in 2021. Was talking with Jennifer Nuzzo, who studies vaccines the global health at Johns Hopkins, their at their center for Health security. These nationals decisions to abusing the vaccine even temporarily. Cast a shadow over the vaccine itself. And she says at the moment in this pandemic when the goals together many people vaccinated as quickly as possible these sort of questions and concerns about safety. Even if they're resolved, they can affect vaccination efforts. Doesn't have to be that people are just full out opposed to getting vaccinated. It could also be deadly if people just decide to wait too long to get it. And you know, just looking at Europe where 20,000 people are dying on the continent every week from Cove it she's saying the focus needs to be on getting people vaccinated and stopping Cove. It. NPR's Jason Beaubien. Thanks for the update. You're welcome. Okay. President Biden and Vice President Harris head to Georgia today after.

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02:41 min | 4 months ago

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"Clear eyed about beijing's consistent failure uphold its commitments and we spoke about how beijing's aggressive and authoritarian behavior are challenging the stability security and prosperity of the pacific region. The chinese foreign ministry quickly responded saying quote. There is no room for china to compromise on issues related to sovereign security and core interests. Russian president vladimir putin reacted angrily thursday to recent remarks by president biden calling putin a killer. Putin shot back saying in effect. It takes one to know one he reference to the us history of slavery and injustices against native americans. Jen psaki told reporters. That biden is not afraid to speak his mind. When it comes to the kremlin. We are confident that we can continue to look for ways where there's a mutual interest mutual national interest of but The president is not going to hold back clearly when he has Concerns biden's remarks came during a recent interview with abc's george stephanopoulos. Who asked if he believes. Putin is a killer biden. Responded quote i do. Us intelligence agencies believe the russian government was behind the near fatal poisoning of opposition leader. Alexey novo name biden also hinted at forthcoming penalties against russia that follows declassified intel reports that moscow again tried to interfere with last year's u s election health officials in the european union. Say that after days of scouring all available data on the astra zeneca vaccine that reached a clear scientific conclusion. This is a safe and effective vaccine. Its benefits in protecting people from covid nineteen with the associated risks of death and hospitalization outweigh the possible risks. The head of the european medicines agency ema cook said the ama study data related to a small number of cases in which people develop blood clots after receiving the vaccine. She said they found no evidence. That the astrazeneca's shots increased the risk of clots. But they also can't rule it out without in mind. The amazed dr sabine. Strauss said that the agencies risk assessment committee recommended to add a warning to the s. p. c. and the patient leaflets. So that this information should be provided to healthcare professionals and to the public several eu nations had suspended their use of the vaccine over the past week as health officials investigated reports of clods. But with only a few thousand cases out of millions who received the shot and no confirmed link to the vaccine. Aamer cook said to me. I.

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