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"secretary basara" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"secretary basara" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Are going up. Major Garrett, the chief Washington correspondent for CBS News, talked with AM seven sixties Mark Larson. We're going to have a public service episode of the Take out. What do I mean by that? Look, everyone is moving around. Everyone, basically, since May or a lot of us have been traveling and they're all sorts of issues related to that. Air rage. How are we driving in our cars? Why are we using cars more than any other kind of transportation? Howard cruises coming back. What's the future of airline travel after the summer? Why are so many national parks essentially already at capacity? Why is Hawaii telling airlines to stop sending so many tourists there? All of that described in rich and vivid and enthusiastic detail? One of the best travel writers in America. Peter Greenberg works for CBS. The guy knows his stuff. Talks to all the CEOs are all the biggest companies in tourism, super excited, super enthusiastic and incredibly knowledgeable, So it's a Superfund show. Meanwhile, speaking of fun President the way Mark Larson Here's a statistic that will be a major guard. Here's a statistic from the show. He mentioned to me class about the labor shortage in service jobs in the tourism industry. Let me tell you story in Maui. There is a restaurant right now. That put out an advertisement. For bus boys. Wage advertised. Mark Larson was $45 an hour, right? I'm leaving for that right now. And they received zero applicants. Holy what? Yes. Okay. How does this not get pinned on the Biden administration? And as far as you know, in states like ours, Newsome or or in the Hawai'i, What have you where the benefits continue. So long, People are saying, you know, I can make a living on this. So just $5 per hour to be a bus boy in Maui. And they got zero responses to that. Wow, more on that the take out two o'clock on Sunday here in San Diego's talk. Am 7 60. Major Garrett. So, uh, I know Jen Psaki your buddy over there at the White House, the press secretary press secretary with whom I interact professionally, of course. But I know that she was getting some grilling deservedly so about the Health and Human Services Secretary Basara saying, Hey, government spent so much money And Covid. We have the right to go door to door and pretty much he's saying with the right to go and strongly influence citizens to get the vaccine. Isn't that a creepy threshold to cross here? It depends on how people feel about it. I think it's creepy. It depends on how it's eight done and be received. Look, we have an issue in this country mark of vaccination, skepticism or hesitancy or just indifference and wait a minute or some people should the vaccines not right for them, right? That's still a part of that. Yes, but those in the medical community who recognize that and understand that are saying that's not the problem. The problem is those who just don't want to take it and What they predicted. What happened two or three weeks ago is now beginning to play out. Mathematically, infection rates are growing. We were just in Springfield, Missouri. Earlier this week on the CBS Evening News, The hospitalization rates there are going up and what do the patients all have in common? They were not vaccinated Mark and they're in the hospital. Those are not myths. Those are not phony patients. They're not phony symptoms, and they're not phony doctors pretending people, but it's the same people right? It's the same formula. The delta very it. It's the same formula. That's the big threat now, But it's the The protocols applied view of underlying conditions, the very elderly and so forth like a lot of other diseases. So is this going to be it's time for government? I mean, they've got to get to 100% or or we're going to get punished again as a nation jet. I'm afraid this is going to go. Well, I don't know if punishment is the proper well, just shut down or lockdown or you know there. Well, I mean, I don't think unless things really, really get out of control, and there's no conversation that I'm hearing and I pay pretty close attention to the daily White House briefings on this topic that people are talking about lockdowns, but there may be recommendations. Look, l. A county went through it before just a week ago. Recommendations strong or not required, but a recommendation But the masks back on if you're in places where there is a probability Of a indoors which increases the possibility of transmission or there's a General feeling you have or hunch you might have that you're going to be with a population that is at least partially unvaccinated. You might want to take that extra layer of precaution. All these things are going to play out in a frustrating level. This is the very first week. That on a voluntary basis if you've been vaccinated and you want to come back to work you can. I'm obviously required to be here all week, cause I'm substituting for Norah O'Donnell, managing editor and anchor of the CBS Evening News. And this is the first week since The lockdowns began in mid March, where masks have not been required inside our CBS News Bureau. That's major Garrett, the CBS News chief. Washington correspondent. You can hear his show two o'clock Sunday afternoon on a M 7 60. I'm Cliff Albert Kogo news. Coca real time traffic.

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"secretary basara" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"secretary basara" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Needed, but it's really going to only offer, um extra protection for you. You speaking to people that are skeptical about it If you tolerated the first shot. Well, if you tolerated the second shot Well, should you have any concern about a third shot? No, I I don't have anything. Any significant concerns. Um, it's usually most people like for myself. I had a sore arm a little bit of headache, little fatigue. Now, if you have an underlying medical condition, like, for example, we know. One of the rare side effects of Johnson and Johnson, for example, is potential blood clot. We see some cases of myocarditis pericarditis in young male patients after The MRNA vaccines, So it's just important to be aware and also, uh, to take precautions if you have any underlying medical problems so that you can be monitored. But for the most part for most stations, almost all patients, the benefit of the vaccines outweigh any potential side effects and the benefit of the vaccines outweigh The potential consequences side effects of having posted itself and the American Heart Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Pediatric Associations all recommend right now that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh and boosters outweigh any potential side effects, which are rare but still important to be aware of those side effects that could happen. Very important information on the guy dancing show News maker line is Dr Jeanette Nash Watch Fox News Medical contributor. I want to bring up this whole dustup about the door to door thing. Here's my My absolute Honest truth about this my perspective. I believe that the president just started riffing, and he said that we're and we're going to go door to door. I don't think that was on his usual cue cards, and then his staff decided. Well, we can't correct him. He's the president. So then the press secretary doubles down, of course, is the role of the government, then the health and human Services Secretary. Basara has to say absolutely. It's the government's business to know which Americans haven't been vaccinated. And of course, that makes a lot of you don't have to just be a libertarian. To think Wow, that that that that's a little scary, that kind of language and then, of course, and you know this. The health and human services secretary quickly clean it up and say no, no, no, We don't have any list. But if we're being honest about this, if you say it's the government's business to know which Americans haven't been vaccinated, then you have to be keeping track, so that's just not intellectually honest. And I think this also for ments some of this aversion to being too for people to get vaccinated. They were holding back your thoughts about that. Yeah, I think it's important to respect one's privacy. That's really important. We don't want you know applications for Americans to feel like their privacy is being invaded. Or we don't want to ever, you know, have any aggressive approaches to encouraging vaccination. But you're right, you know? Yes. The president did mention door to door knocking, but he also mentioned having a mobile clinic like you know, like the Red Cross. You see the blood drive vans that will you know through the communities and Neighborhood, and he wants to ensure that everyone has access to the vaccine. Whether it's door to door where there's a mobile clinic, making, also making sure that your local primary care doctor have it in their freezers so that they can give it to you and also local pharmacies. But some Americans, they don't want to be bothered. They don't want anyone knocking on their door. But then, on the other hand, the God worked in fool hospitals in the yard. And there are some rural communities where you know you have patients that that don't drive didn't far away from the new Just promise her doctor or their nearest hospital, and they don't have easy access. And for those people that are homebound, you know, doing that mobile clinic or the door to door. It could be a great benefit to them. But for some people they don't want to be bothered, and that's all we have to take privacy into consideration that needs to be respected. Dr Jeanette Nash Watt on the guy Benson Show. We've got about two minutes. The the fact that you practice family and emergency medicine. I think that that you are really Um, uniquely qualified to talk about this. We have this delta variant now and now we hear about Lambda out of South America, Peru to be specific as you know, and we haven't heard enough about that. I understand. There was one report that said that they were concerned that the existing vaccine might not be as effective. I've been hearing that are existing vaccines have been very effective against the delta variant. What? What can you say relative to this? Well, I want to think First of all, we're going to probably have more variants that are going to continue to emerge and the number one best way to protect yourself to be vaccinated. If we aren't eligible to be vaccinated, then you want to wear mask, especially here in the area of the country like Missouri or Arkansas, Alabama, Oklahoma, where they're having outbreaks. That's when you want to. You know where your mask, be careful and protect yourself. But as it is right now, so far, the data that we have is that That our current vaccines can protect you against severe illness, severe complications and deaths from need coronavirus variants that are currently circulating throughout the country and globally again. Could that change? Yeah, it could change. That's why we're still encouraging and educating and advising, you know. Definitely protect yourself is to get vaccinated. Number one number two and just think about you. I have you know, For example, some patients that have told me you know I'm young. I'm healthy. I really don't need it. But you know what if you do pick up covid, even though it may not truly, which is great. You're going to be out of work. You're gonna have to quarantine for two weeks. You have to stay away from your friends and family. But, you know, not do the things you love to do for For a couple until you get better and then not to mention potential long term complications. That may happen like long term fatigue, long term headaches, long term shortness of breath. That may happen. And even though it's a bit mild thinking, do you really want to deal with that? Just something to keep in mind? I want to squeeze one last thing in in one minute's time. Obviously, the Tokyo Olympics will have no Spectators. We know that there are parts of the world where it's really bad right now in America. Should we feel comfortable? Isolate person? I feel like we've gone from pandemic endemic. Is that accurate? Or would you describe it differently? Yeah, A pandemic is considered if you have the disease that is affecting multiple countries, So you know, we do have certain parts of the United States that have they might be. And reached herd immunity, because if you can take into consideration those who are vaccinated, plus those who have natural immunity from having acquired covid in the pack, there's again certain parts of the country that have reached herd immunity that are almost you know, 100% free of covid, but it's still an ongoing pandemic because it is tackling hitting most countries. Many countries, uh right now, so it's still again. The bottom line is continue to Charge vaccinations because we really we're only as strong as our weakest country globally. What happens in other countries affects us. What happens in India affects us here in the United States, Um, you know as far as how care production of medication imports exports economic sense, um, really tackling in another country's is just as important as here in the United States. It's true to be able to freely travel around the world because they were also close now. We're not separated by oceans anymore. Dr. Jeanette Nash Watt, You are a delight. Have a great weekend. Can you to stay safe? Have a great weekend, Harry. Thank you. You too. What an awesome Awesome expert on the subject. We're going to be back. We're not done with it. Yet. We're going to approach this from a different perspective. A medical analyst who has something to say that I'm going to reject on the.

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Rep. Elise Stefanik on the Weirdness and Crisis Under Biden Administration

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Rep. Elise Stefanik on the Weirdness and Crisis Under Biden Administration

"Things are getting kind of sick, aren't they? At least I mean, honestly, birthing person. Isn't that like a put down of a woman as far as you're concerned? It is ridiculous. And actually, we had Secretary Basara, Secretary of HHS testify today in the Republicans hammered him on that issue. Because I've heard from families in my district. How absurd and frankly unscientific, that term is Birthing person taking place of a mother. Trying to figure out what men are going to be called. And my mind goes to places I shouldn't mention. But I'm just saying, it's just weird. Anyway, There's so much weird that is going on, isn't it? I mean, Like critical race theory. This is really, you know, teaching racism to kids of all backgrounds and colors in our classrooms and so forth. Did you ever think you'd see the day? I never thought I'd see the day mark, but the unraveling under President Obama. So sorry, President Biden, right? And, um, Speaker Pelosi has been just destructive and so quick. Again as someone who was very critical of President Obama, which is why I mentioned his name. This administration under President Biden is even further to the left, and the American people are waking up to it in regards to critical race theory, you're seeing moms and dads stand up across this country in opposition to this brainwashing that the far left is pushing This is not the Democratic Party of five and 10 years ago. This is a radicalized Socialist Democratic party and it's a crisis. America is facing a number of crises under Joe Biden failed leadership.

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