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"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is resigning the same day, President elect Joe Biden gets sworn in. In his resignation letter to President Trump. He cited what he called the administration's successes like Covad vaccines and treatments. But then a czar lashed out against the mobs that were on Capitol Hill. Last week, he wrote the attacks on the capital Warren assault on our democracy. And these are also wrote to the president. I implore you to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence and to support the orderly transition of power on January 20th in Washington. Jill NATO Fox News Trump supporters who participated in the capital riots could be banned from flying functions. Timer Got me with the story. There's an all out effort to secure our nation's capital for President elect Joe Biden's inauguration next week. That includes airline and airport safety. Each of the nation, seven largest airlines say they will temporarily prohibit passengers flying to Washington from putting guns and checked bags. The T S a says they're undergoing a thorough risk assessment and flight passengers will notice more air marshals. Agency official says the assessment could result in riders being added to the federal No fly list. Tom are Gotti Fox News has new cases of covert 19 continue to surge in a number of states. Former Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt says the key to winning the battle is getting out as many doses of the vaccine is possible. People are moving from place to place and it's very difficult to constrict movement. Enough, and particularly keeping economy going without that, so ultimately the formula has to be. Let's get.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on AP News
"Resignation letter to President Trump Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar writes the attacks on the capital were an assault on our democracy and on the tradition of peaceful transitions of power that the United States of America first brought to the world. He called on Trump to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence. To demand that no. One attempt to disrupt the inaugural activities in Washington or elsewhere and to continue to support unreservedly the peaceful and orderly transition of power on January 20th. These are also wrote that the actions and rhetoric following the election threatened to tarnish the accomplishments of the administration to McGuire, Washington Health and Human Services Secretary Alex's are uses his letter of resignation to condemn the assaults on the U. S. Capitol. In his resignation letter to President Trump Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar writes the attacks on the capital. Were an assault on our democracy and on the tradition of peaceful transitions of power that the United States of America first brought to the world. He called on Trump to continue to condemn unequivocally any form of violence. To demand that no. One attempt to disrupt the inaugural activities in Washington or elsewhere and to continue to support unreservedly the peaceful and orderly transition of power on January 20th. These are also wrote that the actions and rhetoric following the election threatened to tarnish the accomplishments of the administration. Timid wire Washington AP News.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"10 05 demand outweighs supplies of the Corona virus Vaccines, Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. He had been holding back second doses as a safety stock. We now believe that our manufacturing is predictable enough that we can ensure second doses are available for people from ongoing production. On ABC is Good morning. America is are also urges states to speed delivery of covert 19 vaccines to people 65 older and others who are high risk. By no longer holding back the second dose of the two dose shots. The power of these vaccines is one of longer duration than first thought. 365 days. That's how long Madonna says coronavirus immunity from its vaccine should last. The company says it expects to deliver between 600 million to a billion doses of its vaccine this year. The drug maker also said it is confident that it's messenger. Already, technology is well suited to deploy a vaccine based on the new mutation of covert 19. CBS is Diane King Hall. Now who will fill the political vacuum in the city of Boston? Mayor Walsh is headed to Washington if confirmed to be the next U. S labor secretary Top election officials are now backing plans to skip a special election to fill the seat. Among them. Secretary of State Bill Galvin, at his belief is that there will be too many challenges and too much confusion. If voters they're facing multiple elections during a pandemic now, ultimately, the Boston City Council will decide they will vote on whether to do away with that special election. And then the matter goes to Beacon Hill for legislative approval or not, All right, it's 10 08, and we're joined out by Bloomberg's Tracy jockey. Laurie Duncan, Starbucks, another big coffee chains. Do you have a size advantage over independent shops? But even they are facing a long covert recovery. Market. Researcher Allegra Group says the chain saw their sales dropped by more than $11 billion in a year and that it will take two years to come back from that. Wall Street doesn't need to make a comeback. The averages were breaking records as recently as last Friday, and the losses yesterday barely made a dent. Now the Dow is up three points. The NASDAQ is up 18. The SNP is unchanged. I'm Tracy Junkie. Bloomberg Business on WBZ Busters News Radio. No one in the kitchen. No matter how many.
Trump administration accelerating launch of COVID-19 vaccinations in pharmacies
"CDC guidelines and therefore doesn't plan to return to the House floor for votes until he is Cleared to do so more than 253,000 new cases of covert 19 and a record setting 3800 and 65 deaths or recorded in the U. S on Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University. Um At the end of the day Wednesday, there have been at least 21 million cases of coronavirus in the US and more than 361,000. Have died. Of course, testing remains an issue and, of course, vaccines as well. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says the government will begin allowing Maura drugstores to start giving shots that Speed up coronavirus of vaccinations that after the effort got off to a slow start. They all know one agree that the ultimate goal is not vaccines and warehouses or freezers, but shots and arms. Helping to protect American lives. We've already seen the rate of vaccinations increase substantially in recent days, and in the coming weeks we expect that paste increased even more. We knew that would be the case from the way that states drew up their plans and cooperation with CDC, But we're not going to wait around and see. We've been examining the challenges that might have slowed the ramp up of administrations over the last several weeks. Taking immediate action and we're laying out ways for states to speed up administration even more. First of all we've announced in early launch of the federally arranged pharmacy partnership, which will eventually cover more than 40,000 pharmacy locations from 19 chains and associations across the country. This partnership allows states to allocate vaccines directly to these partners, and these partners can then administer vaccines to particular groups like those over a certain age or in certain occupations. Eventually to the general public. The plan had been to ramp up this partnership over time because vaccine supply would not be sufficient to spread across all of the pharmacy partners right away. But to help give states as many options as possible for vaccine administration. We're launching the program this weekend. States can choose particular partners to send vaccines to now. These partners can provide rapid access to vaccines and settings that may be more convenient and efficient than partners they've used so far like hospitals. Some governors, another politicians are turning up the pressure after a slow rollout of the vaccines, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio. Once cops protected, he's expecting to vaccinate thousands by this weekend. We want to make sure At all of these front line workers, folks who work directly with everyday New Yorkers, folks who do things like happening to perform CPR or working in very close proximity that they're going to get. The opportunity vaccinated starting right now starting to day. So we now know about 25,000 and y P d personnel are now eligible vaccinations for those NYPD personnel will start today. That includes many of our Patrol officers in officers who respond to 9 11 calls Those vaccinations will be starting today via the NYPD. We expect that this moment roughly 10,000 officers to be vaccinated by Sunday, and we want to make that vaccine available to all within that 25,000 who are ready to take it. South Carolina's governor, meanwhile, has warned healthcare workers they have until January 15th to get a shot or Move to the back of the line. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has threatened to find pharmacies. $100,000 if they're not out of their current allotment by this weekend in California's governor, meanwhile, wants to use dentist toe vaccinate people as his state remains the epicenter of the current wave. Meanwhile, the hospital in Northern California had to quickly vaccinate more than 800 people. This after a freezer that was holding the Madonna vaccine failed, prompting officials to do an emergency distribution before the before the vaccine spoiled Want to alert you that a freezer that has 830 vaccines. Doses has exceeded 8 C. We know that it exceeded 8 C at 2 A.m.. The Madonna vaccine has a 12 hour shelf life. So that's one of our clock started at 2 A.m.. So here we are. At 11 35. We all recognized that these vaccines needed to go into a zoo many arms as possible with the goal of making sure there was no waste.
More data needed before giving just one vaccine dose
"From ABC News, a milestone in getting the Corona virus vaccine out. This is a big David, We're back. This is three weeks. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, with health care care workers workers getting getting their their second second shop, shop, completing completing the the vaccination vaccination against against the the Corona Corona virus, virus, but but there there have have been been calls calls for for the the dose dose is is being being held held for for the the second second shot shot to to be be given given out out to to people people as as the the first first shop. shop. The argument that more people will get at least some protection. But Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar tells ABC News. The data just isn't there to support that, and we're not going to do that. We're holding and reserve that second dose because we believe we need to go according to what the FBI has said is the Safe and effective way to use these vaccines and ABC News Medical contributor Doctor A locked hotel agrees just giving out one shot instead of two. We're going against what the end points were in the clinical trial, and there are assumptions about how long this immunity could last from just one shot. I really do hope that this is considered, he says. Giving people first shots without the second one available
Trump administration to purchase additional 100 million Pfizer vaccine doses
"Kogo in two years time, 7 32. The government, adding more doses of one of the vaccines approved to combat the coronavirus. coronavirus. The The federal federal government government will will buy buy 100 100 million million additional additional doses doses of of the the fighter fighter vaccine vaccine in in exchange exchange for for giving giving the the pharmaceutical pharmaceutical company company greater greater access access to to raw raw materials materials to to make make the the shots shots by invoking the Defense Production Act. In a statement, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said. This new federal purchase can give Americans even more confidence that we will have enough supply the vaccinate every American who wants it by June. 2020 70 million doses are expected by the end of
Pfizer to supply US with additional 100M vaccine doses
"In the arms will continue today. For health care workers across the country. White House Task force Dr Anthony Fauci got his yesterday operation Warp speed will go down historically, as a highly successful endeavor that helped develop the Madonna vaccine he got is the government works out a deal to get a lot more of Fies ear's version. Fox is Rachel Sutherland as an update Live day, the federal government by 100 Million additional doses of the visor vaccine in exchange for giving the pharmaceutical company greater access to raw materials to make two shots by Poking the Defense Production Act. In a statement, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said this new federal purchase and give Americans even more confidence that we will have enough supply to vaccinate every American who wants it by June of 2021 70 million doses are expected by the end of June, with the remaining to be delivered a month later.
Dr. Anthony Fauci gets the coronavirus vaccine
"Dr Fauci got his vaccine today. Some of the nation's top health officials, including Dr Anthony Fauci, and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar, received the Madonna Corona virus vaccine on camera this morning. I have complete confidence in the safety and efficacy of these vaccines and want to encourage everyone who has the opportunity to get vaccinated so that we could have a veil of protection over this
Major snowstorm bears down on the Northeast
"Public health officials are keeping a close eye on a major snowstorm that's bearing down on parts of the northeastern United States. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The storm has the potential to disrupt the shipments of covert 19 vaccines. Too many areas along the East Coast. The storm is expected to bring freezing rain, heavy snow and ice to many parts of the northeast from Maine to Virginia. Speaking on Fox News Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar said the agency is closely monitoring whether conditions and is prepared to handle any issues that could potentially disrupt deliveries. We literally nowhere every truck is we know where every boxes we track all of that we have Preposition CDC people at each place receiving vaccine hundreds of sites across the US, many of them. Hospitals are scheduled to receive the first round of vaccines this week, nearly three million doses and all
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Services Secretary Alex Cesar Madonna's vaccine could be approved later this week. The number of covert patients in hospitals Another new record. Nearly 113,000 deaths bike back over 3000 Yesterday, leaders from both parties in Congress met last night trying to end the months long standoff over Corona financial aid that Republican Senator Bill Cassidy says his vital to get us over the hump until that vaccines widely disseminated. I think it gets us there, they're trying to work out extended unemployment and relief for businesses. They're running out of time. Now. What's unresolved is a push by Republican Josh Holy and independent Bernie Sanders for $1200 in direct Payment checks, and many Democrats want eight for state and local governments. Oxes Chad per gram hours after the Senate Republican leader congratulated Joe Biden as the president elect, bite and went to Georgia. I need two senators from this state. Want to get something done not to senators. We're just going to get in the way. I didn't campaign for the two Democrats trying to unseat two Republican senators and next month's runoff elections that will determine which party controls the Senate 17. House Republicans are demanding Democratic congressman Eric Swalwell be removed from the intelligence committee last week, Axios reported Suspected Chinese intelligence agent Christine Fong. Targeted Swalwell when he was a city councilman interacting with him multiple events over several years. The Republicans charge Swalwell withheld that information from the intelligence Committee for five years boxes. Richardson Swalwell has said he was shocked when he later learned she was a suspected spy in the F B. I thanked him for his help. The story leaked. He claims his payback.
First shipment of Pfizer vaccine shipped across the nation
"News. I have million doses. The fires were corner virus vaccine are on their way. To all 50 states. Colorado just getting its allotment, literally about to have a couple minutes ago. Governor Polish was on hand when FedEx made the delivery to an undisclosed location earlier this hour. This vaccine once it's widely distributed, we'll end this pandemic here in Colorado, across United States across the world, A similar back seat is just the first shipment of tens of thousands of doses. Colorado will receive Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar is confident that millions of people will be vaccinated 20 million vaccinations this this month. And then we think will be up to 50 million total vaccinations of people by the end of January, a czar on CBS's face the
FDA says it will work "rapidly" to issue emergency use authorization for Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
"Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying the Food and Drug Administration is on track to authorize a first vaccine for the Corona virus in the United States for emergency use. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. The last step in the authorization process comes a day after an FDA advisory panel voted to recommend proceeding with rolling out the vaccine. The FDA says it's rapidly working toward emergency use authorization of the vaccine developed by Fizer and its German partner by on tech. Dr Paul Off it, director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, says the shots will be a game changer. This vaccine. I think it's going to be a powerful tool and stopping the spread of this virus. We now have an administration that is embracing science. It's embracing another powerful tool we have which is masking and social distancing, and I think those two things together make me see the light at the end of the tunnel, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says once it's authorized people could
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Serious talks with free agent catcher James McCann, former Giants head coach Ray Perkins has died at the age of 79 some light snow in flurries coming down for some folks on this Wednesday afternoon. I'm Paul Murnane, now at 1 31, New York could get its 1st 170,000 doses of visors covert vaccine as soon as this weekend. Governor Cuomo was saying today, hospitals will determine which of their staffers will get the first shots We have about 700,000 hospital workers in this state, so it's a very large population. So a prioritized the high risk hospital workers. Within that overall health care population. New York City is in line to get 72,000 doses initially says the governor, Long Island will receive more than 26,000 in the mid Hudson region, said to get over 19,000 doses, the FDA we expect will be meeting on the Fizer vaccine tomorrow. There are more than 286,000 Koba Death nationwide. The number of confirmed cases is above 15 million now. On the Fizer vaccine is expected to get the FDA Okay. Most people won't be there seeing their vaccines for months, the Health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar, telling CBS, he believes the vaccines could be available to the general public those sooner than originally expected. I actually think that we'll start seeing in February and March more general vaccination populations moving into the end April with, we think, As we said, by the end by during the second quarter of next year, we'd have enough for all Americans. But we're just gonna each week progressively be releasing more and more vaccine and the governors will be expanding group. So it's not like there's a one day event where all of a sudden vaccine becomes available in the military is preparing to vaccinate the troops. The lieutenant General Ronald Pace, director of the Defense Health Agency at the Pentagon, says the vaccine will not be required, but Will be strongly recommended. Everything we do in life, every medication that we take every surgical procedure that we have is all about risk and the risk of this or these vaccines from what we know. Is much less than the risk of the actual disease overseas where the vaccine is rolling out. British regulators are warning folks with the history of serious allergic reactions not to get the Fizer vaccine. The new guidance comes a day after the vaccine was rolled out to thousands and two nurses who got the shot. Reported Allergic reactions. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas. This should not alter people's feeling to the vaccine. This should not be an alarmist reaction to these. This is a reaction that happens not uncommonly in individuals with this history. The severity of the reaction is not clear. New research finds black and Hispanic covert patients are not more likely than white patients to be hospitalized. The study also found that hospitalized black patients had a lower risk of dying. Researchers at N. Y. U's Grossman School of Medicine reviewed the medical records of more than 11,000 patients in the N Y U Langone health system, the experts say black and Hispanic patient's arm or often exposed to the virus, though because of social and environmental factors, the study is in the journal JAMA Network Open. Now. Three. Other recent large studies have come to similar conclusions on this at 1 34. Dr Anthony Fauci has given his thoughts and why the public is so divided on the vaccine in the pandemic found, she told the Bloomberg American Health Summit. Blame Politics Cove in 19. Happens right in the middle of an election year. So I think you combine inherent divisiveness to begin with with the stress and strain of in a election year, And it was the worst possible combination you could have. For a public health crisis. President elect Joe Biden has asked Fauci to stay on as his chief medical adviser and be part of his administration's covert team. There's been an explosion of holiday decorations on street signs, and Milford, Connecticut. What's with all the decorating? It started with just one sign and then nearly overnight about 300 decorated street signs all over Milford, Connecticut. Police say it's against the law to put anything on the street sign. They're patrolling for decorators and trying to discourage this. The police tell the Connecticut Post today that no items already on the polls will be removed unless the name on the sign is covered. First responders need to see the street names in Connecticut and elsewhere. 1 35 at WCBS on AM 8 80. We're streaming on your phone on the radio dot com app When you see a.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Reporting over 30,000 New Cove in 19 cases in the past 24 hours, shattering the previous record set over the past week. 85 New Cove in 19 deaths impossible. Reported in the past day, and it comes is overnight new stay at home orders will take effect in much of the state. The FDA will meet Thursday to review fighters. Covert 19 vaccine Candidate and independent review board has been poring over the safety and efficacy data and will present findings to the FDA, which could move to approve it soon after Health and human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. If things are on track, the advisory committee goes well. I believe we could see FDA authorization within days. A czar says he hopes to Seymour vaccines approved over the next few weeks and months. He estimates most Americans could get vaccinated by the second quarter of next year. Marco Malard ABC News president, Trump saying that Brad Reference Burger George's secretary of state, who runs elections. Failed to check mail in ballots. Signatures is false, says Rapids Burger, He says they've been checked twice right now. We don't see anything that would overturn the will of the people here in Georgia, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Bensonhurst is the office. It runs elections. Says dozens of armed protesters yelled obscenities outside her home last night, just as her four year old son was about to watch how the Grinch stole Christmas. President elect Biden expected to announce California Attorney General Javier or viscera as his nominee for secretary of health and human services, according to three sources. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station..
U.S. vaccine chief sees "light at the end of the tunnel"
"As approval for the covert 19 vaccine seem to be fast approaching, possibly as early as this week. One question arises to the top. Once you're vaccinated. Can you still be a spreader? Dr. Mancini's Slowey, Operation Works speed chief scientific adviser while although saying there is a light at the end of the tunnel, addressing the now thorny issue of the vaccine and possible, continual spreading, we don't know the answer to that very important question, I think, given the level of efficacy achieved That most people will control the virus to the extent that they will not be infectious to others, But we yet have to demonstrate that from CNN's state of the Union and what about those vaccine green lights? How soon can they come? Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar and I believe we could see FDA authorization within days, but it's going to go according to FDA is gold standard process
Moderna pushes speedy approval of coronavirus vaccine
"That study results were strong. Moderna is asking us and European regulators to Okay it's covert 19 shots. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar on CBS this morning could be seeing both of these vaccines out on getting into people's arms before Christmas.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar on CBS this morning could be seeing both of these vaccines out on getting into people's arms before Christmas. Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill Taking another crack at a coronavirus relief majority leader Mitch McConnell challenge Democrats to help pass a coronavirus relief bill. After months of unproductive negotiations. There's no reason not We should not deliver another major pandemic relief package. Democrats want a package totaling more than $2 Trillion, But Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Republicans are insisting on a bare bones deal, so we need a true bipartisan bill. Not. This is our bill, Take it or leave it. Steve Dorsey, CBS News, Wash. Arizona and Wisconsin have certified their election results, both confirming their electoral votes go to President elect Joe Biden. Following recounts Arizona Governor Doug Ducey after signing the documents say no, this year was different than any other. With 2020. Pandemic and covert 19 brought new unprecedented challenges for our state President Trump again has promised legal challenges. President elect Joe Biden names key members of his economic team. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Portnoy with more Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes she might soon need to lead the office of Management and Budget. Many holiday traditions have been canceled or change due to the Cova 19 pandemic that includes the classic ballet. The Nutcracker, CBS News correspondent Lilia Luciano reports. This year's edition is going digital. Like all things 2020. The Nutcracker is also social distancing. New York City Ballet is partnering with Sotheby's to stream of ritual production of the traditional holiday performance to American homes. On Friday, December 4th at 2 P.m. as part of Sotheby's festival of Wonder Icing of Tchaikovsky's classic..
Governors to decide who gets vaccines first, health secretary says
"Services Secretary Alex Cesar is expected to meet with the nation's governors today to talk about plans to distribute Corona virus vaccine once it becomes available. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports, the U. S. Is preparing to roll out the first doses in the coming weeks. Secretary A czar tells CBS News that he and Vice President Mike Pence will speak to the nation's governors to discuss the vaccines and which groups of people should be prioritized to get them. First people in nursing homes the most vulnerable be thinking healthcare workers who are on the front lines of most interacting with suspected covert cases. As the first tranches of people that will try to get vaccinated. A czar says the first to Corona virus vaccines could be available to Americans before Christmas. Pharmaceutical giant Fizer has already filed for emergency use authorization from the FDA. Another developer. Madonna is expected to file today. Windsor Johnston NPR news. Then there's the
HHS secretary hopes to approve Covid vaccine 'within days' of Dec. 10 advisory committee meeting
"Services Secretary Alex Cesar lays out the timetable for getting the Fizer and murdered a Corona virus vaccines out to the public across the country. A week ago, Fizer submitted their application for emergency authorization and then Madonna today is going to be submitting. With Fizer. We at the FDA announced an advisory committee for December the 10th. And if everything is on track, everything proves out what it appears to be. We could be looking at approval within days after that. Madonna's basically one week behind that Madonna's chief medical officer says he became emotional when he he saw saw the the data data Saturday Saturday night. night. He He even even allowed allowed himself himself to to cry. cry. Well, Well, why why
Operation Warp Speed vaccine development adviser discusses distribution plans
"Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says Corona virus vaccine distribution Could begin after the FDA meets on December 10th. We believe we can distribute vaccines, all 64 jurisdictions within 24 hours of FDA authorization during an operation work speed briefing, a czar said they're prepared to distribute vaccines soon after that. FDA meeting to consider drugmaker advisers request for that emergency use
Federal officials hope to distribute 40 million COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2020
"Tom Roberts has more operation warp Speed. General Gustaf Berna said An initial shipment of 6.8 million doses could be delivered to states as early as December. 12th. However, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar says most Americans won't have access to a vaccine until sometime between April and June of next year. That's two to first responders and high risk patients. Taking priority. Tom Roberts News 93.1 KFBK and almost the entire Sacramento Valley is in the states and most restrictive purple tear
Pfizer submits vaccine for emergency use authorization
"Announces that Americans can expect a covert 19 vaccine very soon. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar joined Fox is special report with Brit Bear today, saying that Americans could see the distribution of vaccines in a matter of weeks. We have five or filing an application for emergency use authorization for a 95% effective vaccine and we've already announced that we're going to convene are independent outside advisory body. On December 10th for a public hearing, depending on how the data is assessed by FDA. This could be a matter of weeks before we have FDA authorization, and we'll ship millions of doses within 24 hours. Visor, says Texas is one of the states. The drug company wants to test its distribution of the vaccine once they get the green light.
Pfizer to Seek Authorization of Covid-19 Vaccine
"Fighter is expected to ask the FDA today for emergency use authorization of its Corona virus vaccine. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar made the announcement last night and he said Moderna will follow Fizer in the application process soon. The person who will lead the state effort to get a vaccine to Pennsylvanians is health secretary Dr Rachel Levine. There has never before been vaccines made from genetic materials of you know, the fact that they are safe Has the trials continue and so effective? Is just is just again on precedent it, Dr Levin told reporters Thursday. There'll be a logistical and record keeping challenges to distributing the first vaccines, which could be available to critical populations in about a month.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Approval for the vaccines. Asep Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar tells CNBC squawk box that the aim is to have enough moderna and visor doses to vaccinate some 20 million Americans before year's end. Beyond that, and our goal would be by the second quarter to have enough vaccine for every American that would like to get vaccinated. New coronavirus restrictions are being announced today in Philadelphia. This is the city's health commissioner, Dr Thomas Farley. Well, we won't prohibit people from leaving home and interacting. We want to strongly discourage that because it's increasingly unsafe to interact with anyone. We will pro give it indoor gatherings or events of any size in any location, public or private. Among the changes, no fans will be allowed of Philadelphia Eagles home games. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris are talking about the economy today in appearance and Wilmington, Delaware, Biden and Harris are focusing on the nation's economic recovery and long term plans. It marks the first time the two have publicly addressed the country's economic situation since winning the election. Under President Barack Obama is ripping congressional Republicans toward their behavior after the presidential election. It is one more step in de legitimizing not just the incoming Biden administration but democracy general Obama tells CBS's 60 minutes that Republicans clearly know better than to allow President Trump to continue making unsubstantiated claims about widespread voting fraud. Obama is making the media rounds to promote a new book. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is awarding the first grants under his $10 billion Earth Fund. Bezos has announced the initial 16 recipients will receive a total of nearly $800 million in donations. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Least in Washington, D C made more than 20 arrests and for clashes broke out. After Saturday's million Mega March, A man in his twenties was stabbed one A brawl broke out between supporters of President Trump and counter protesters. The incident happened about five blocks from the White House. The victim was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Around $18,000 worth of fentanyl pills are off the streets, the U. S Customs and Border Protection said on Sunday. They recently arrested two Americans in southern Arizona after finding a pound of fentanyl pills under the seat of a car agency. It's enough fentanyl to potentially killed 200,000 people. They also said the drug is 50 to 100 times more potent than other opioids, including heroin and oxycodone. I'm at Madison Mall owners, Simon Property Group and Taubman Centers are revising the terms of their merger and cutting the price of the deal by $800 Million. The deal, announced yesterday settles a legal battle that was scheduled for court in suburban Detroit today. In February before the Corona virus pandemic hit the U. S. Simon had agreed.
All seniors could get COVID-19 vaccine by end of January, HHS head says
"From covert 19. A new timeline from the trump admin and the distribution of a covert vaccine vaccine in limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough vaccine to be that of FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable in the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina
COVID-19 vaccine should be ready for most vulnerable late this year, for everyone by spring, HHS Secretary Alex Azar says
"At a rare public briefing yesterday of the nation's top public health official laid out a timeline for a potential Covad vaccine vaccine and limited supply by the end of the year, says Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar. We expect that we would have by the end of this year. Enough, back seems to be that is FDA authorized to be able to vaccinate all of our vulnerable into the most vulnerable individual while at the CDC here in Atlanta secretary is our says the hope is to have enough by the end of January to vaccinate all seniors and first responders and then enough for everyone else by the end of March or April. Of course, all of this could change, he says, depending on current trials. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News, Atlanta
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Today you could deal a sunshine with 78 the high Clear Skies tonight. 55 Sunny tomorrow High 84 Richard, A medic at the Weather Channel bt Sunny 68 Rock Hill 67 uptown at President Trump has overcome Cove it That's what his son Eric tells W B t feeling great. I may really, really feeling great. In fact, he was calling me from Walter Reed. I probably spoke to him three times on Saturday and I can tell his, uh, I could tell he was getting very, very bored. Syncopated everybody like a like a ton of bricks, right? And them But, you know, kind of an after after 24 hours. I mean, he really starting good that he overcame it. Eric Trump on the McCrory show this morning, but he would not answer a specific question about his father's fever over the past few days. Trying to get covert vaccine and hurry. The White House has now decided to block some of the FDA is guidelines and an effort speed things up at issue. The FDA is requirement that mask clinical trials be followed for two months to monitor possible vaccine side effects and evaluate lasting effectiveness. The New York Times reports Agency is looking at other ways to make sure vaccines meet their guidelines, including involving an outside advisory committee. The Biotechnology Innovation Organization has written a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar stating the public must have full faith in the scientific process, and the rigor of FDA is regulatory oversight. If we're to end the pandemic Rachel Sutherland. Fox's polls say most Americans will not take a Corona virus vaccine because they fear and has been rushed. More bad news for the movies because of covert Batman may be a good fighter, but he can't seem to defeat the Corona virus.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on KTRH
"Services Secretary Alex Cesar says Americans can't be confident any Corona virus vaccine that will ultimately be approved will be safe and effective, Cesar told Fox News. Many officials, including the president, are committed to Meeting. The FDA has high standards, he added. They believe millions of doses of a potential vaccine will be available by the time 2020 is over. The Dallas police chief is resigning The city announced Rene Hall's decision to step down today. She had been criticized for conflicting information in an after action report regarding the response to protests over the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. It included the mass arrests of protestors on a bridge near downtown Dallas. Houston's Walternate Johnson show promise an investigation into disabled seniors found abandoned in a hut owned facility and late Charles following Hurricane Laura Matthew Marchetti of Crowdsource Rescue told KPRC is nine fifties. Ken Webster Jr. His mention of a story this morning caught the ear of Louisiana State attorney General You kicked the hornet's math, which we are extremely grateful for, by the way, because now in my inbox Washington Post USA Today your time all these other folks We have pitched that before, and they weren't interested in those y'all that broke this story in every job that I think are going to help these people get adjusted March, Eddie says the residents of Golden arms were loaded onto an evacuation bus but then ordered off and leader abandoned by their caretaker. Rescuers finally found them without food, water or electricity. President Donald Trump is extending the ban on oil drilling off the Florida coast. I will sign a presidential order extending the moratorium on offshore drilling on Florida's Gulf Coast and expanding it to Florida's Atlantic Costa's well AST,.
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"20 Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar defended the Trump administration's push for students to return to in person schooling in the full. During an interview on CBS's face, the Nation, moderator Margaret Brennan asked him what thresholds if any, could force schools to close. The CDC did release guidelines. HHS weighed in on them. I want to know why wasn't there a benchmark on when schools Should shut down. We don't believe that their uniform thresholds for for for school reopening, believe Presumptions actually have thresholds. For what you consider a hot spot, Isn't it? Actually, 5% very specifically laid out. By the administration. Why wouldn't that apply to a school in a district warmer? So Margaret the what you're referring to is positive testing and 5% we call that a yellow community a 10% We call it red. That's an epidemiological, early warning side of potential spread of disease that's not been defined as a threshold for reopening of any kind. The steps that we can use that air data driven informed by doctors. They're smart, sensible approaches that could get our kids back safely. Staff school if positivity is between five and 10% should've school stay open. Each community is going to have to make the determination about the circumstances free opening and what steps they take for reopening, But the presumption should be. We get our kids back to school till we figure out how to make that happen. These are also said that if all Americans were a face covering and practice social distancing, there would be no need to resume shutdowns. Double the CBS News time for 22. This's lions that radio I'm Jeffrey Lyons looking at a tender movie. It's called Summerland. It starts Penelope Wilton, who played visible crawly on the much Miss Downton Abbey. Here is a solitary writer living in Kent on the British coast. Most of the movie deals with her younger self in World War two, played by the enchanting Gemma Arrington. She's the town outcast, rude to strangers disliking visitors to her isolated cottage, who she considers the distraction from our work, But she's forced to take a schoolboy from London sent there to avoid German bombing. The boy played by young Lucas Bond is the son of an R A F pilot while his mother is still back in London coast artist do too about the raw and Sir Tom Courtenay. He's the local schoolmaster, The refugee boy and the strong world Writer have to try to form a bond under wartime conditions. The story has an effective use of flashbacks and an UN 13 twist under the skilled screenwriter and debut in director Jessica Swell. Summerland is one of the best films you're likely to see all summer and it's available on video on demand. At science than Radio. I'm Jeffrey Lyons. WCBS news Radio, 8 80 WCBS.
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"Services secretary Alex Cesar now the latest on corona virus in our area new this afternoon the leaders of Maryland Virginia and DC all issuing stay at home orders people who don't comply could be fined or banned or jailed there's a lot you can't do but we want to let you know and emphasize the things you can do under these orders if you work at it make sense essential job you can go to it go to the grocery store take a walk with or without the dog if you need medical attention you can go see a doctor need a prescription you can pick it up in Virginia the state home order took effect immediately in Maryland it's at eight o'clock this evening in DC the order takes effect at twelve just that just a minute after midnight on April first that's early Wednesday morning and meantime the mayor and city council of Ocean City Maryland announced today that the beach and boardwalk there will now be shut down through April thirtieth as always you can find out the latest as well at W. T. O. P. dot com five fifty two throwing a second big outdoor party has landed a man from Charles county Maryland in hot water and they'll be staying in jail until this trial forty one year old Sean Myers of Hughesville Maryland was arrested for throwing another party Friday night he was just in total disregard for everybody's safety Tony Covington is the Charles county state's attorney we asked that he be held without bond he should've been held up on that suggested it was the second party to the Charles county sheriff's office had to break up at his home in less than a week Friday night Covington says Myers was defiant calling people who left in telling them to come back while he's there he yells to some of his friends I turn the music up the party is going to keep on going Covington says Myers is a threat to public safety right now clearly just a scofflaw this word I like to use someone who's gonna times knows that at the law John dome in WTOP news about distance learning in the area's biggest school systems puts both parents and students in a whole new routine and NBC fors drew Wilder heard from some moms and dads were trying hard to keep their kids on track Sarah and David admit they don't know if they're doing this whole teaching thing very well but how could they they're not teachers tonight we're getting some guidance from Fairfax county public schools about how distance learning is actually going to work and how students will get their grades this year that's coming up tonight on news four at six you know during stressful times some people turn to alcohol to help ease their anxiety but doctors are warning that over use can cause serious problems at the very time when you need to be the strongest depressant chair of psychiatry at medstar Washington hospital center Dr Elspeth Cameron Ritchie it's very routine to see patients in our E. R. who have over used alcohol often being suicidal or some tunes homicidal over using alcohol weakens immune systems the last thing you need right now is a depressed immune system and advising against use of recreational drugs which he notes pot sometimes laced with K. two or PCP can cause reckless behavior walking out into traffic hitting other people waving knives Kristy king WTOP news up next in money news it's a brand new week in Wall Street started with a rally I'm Jeff label five fifty four right now Americans.
"services secretary alex cesar" Discussed on AP News
"The administration's made an urgent request for 2.$6000000000 it's at levels I think were appropriate but lawmakers on both sides are telling health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar if that's not enough we will put together a supplemental that will address this issue of Connecticut's Rosa DeLauro chairs a panel that sets health agency spending top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer is calling for 8.$6000000000 more than triple the administration request president trump says he'll have a news conference today after being briefed by health officials Sager made Connie at the White House
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"About the virus easier to find with relevant and up to date information on top of Facebook's news feed Japanese video game maker Nintendo has reported a twenty nine percent rise in quarterly profit Munsell demand worldwide during the year end shopping season for the switch console which is a hybrid game machine that works as both a consul and the tablet has raised its full year switch sales forecast the company also says it's bullish about profiting from its characters such as Super Mario figures by mirroring the historic appeal of the Disney franchise and characters like Mickey Mouse contenders game designers as they want more people to know their characters not just through games its own branded store and event space in Tokyo recently opened at the Nintendo park set to open at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka later this year the company says more in the works including in Hollywood beach been vote I'm typical ever than AP news but it to Republicans Mitt Romney of Utah Susan Collins of Maine voted with the Senate Democrats to subpoena witnesses and White House documents and president trump's impeachment trial the motion failed fifty one forty nine Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer this trial was not a real trial it had no witnesses no documents is a tragedy on a very large scale the Senate will resume the trial Monday morning eight center to given the chance to argue in favor of or against conviction of president trump through Tuesday the vote will be taken Wednesday US is under a health emergency because of the coronavirus outbreak foreign nationals who pose risks of transmission temporarily barred from United States health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar the risk of infection for Americans remains low and with visa and our previous actions we are working to keep the risk level three US airlines are stopping flights to and from China I'm typical wire AP digital news back in a moment thank.
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"State patrol has a problem when it comes to searches during traffic stop I'm supposed to let you know explain energies have made their case so how president trump's lawyers in that phase of his impeachment trial is over now Democrats are doubling down on their calls for a witness for Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer telling reporters Americans will lose faith in the political process if the president's impeachment trial isn't fair well Mister secular president trump we want to get witnesses you can bring Bolton right into this chamber and he can swear under oath and be cross examined by you Schumer also warned future presidents will continue to obstruct justice if president trump gets away with it in as a liquid terror ABC news on Capitol Hill a vote on witnesses could come on Friday but before that the trial is moving into the questions face tomorrow and Thursday senators will be able to submit written questions house managers and for the president's legal team to answer with continuing coverage of the impeachment of president trump Daria opener ABC news news one thousand have been ninety seven seven join us at seven tonight for a full run down an hour long special on today's impeachment trial activities I'm Rick downsized in Seattle our top stories from the como twenty four seven news center and we're just getting word of another possible coronavirus case being investigated in Seattle this afternoon you W. Medical Center north west admitted a patient who's being tested for the virus or other respiratory illnesses the patient we are told is in satisfactory condition and in isolation a statement from the hospital says this is a precautionary measure and public health authorities believe it's unlikely that the test will come back positive expect results on this in the next twenty four to forty eight hours we will keep you posted you might soon noticed screenings for the corona virus at seatac while the list of airports that are screening passengers continues to grow health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar isn't ready to yet to declare any type of emergency I will use that authority whenever I'm with it's recommended by our public health officials that they believe is the any incidence of some sufficient stature to invoke it as well as with the authorities implicated by that are necessary the centers for disease control and prevention in charge of screening at sea tac which will focus on self identification and education passengers on direct flights from China will also be asked to fill out a survey lawmakers in the state patrol reach reacting after a report finds that minorities are searched at a much higher rate than whites during traffic stops the group investigate west found the disparity last month and crosscut published the findings native Americans in particular were searched at a rate five times higher than their white counterparts most of those were in eastern Washington and this despite troopers being more likely to find drugs or other illegal items when they search the cars of white drivers Republican state representative Gina must Parker says she wants to fund a study to see what can be done at the budget proviso is a start but I'd rather see something that mandates a holistic training not just a few officers in the Seattle area on anti bias the state patrol says it is addressing the problem then we've heard no comment from the governor's office Jeff postal a company who's one of the local Puget Sound orcas has not been seen in months the researchers who watch them fear that he might be gone almost Ryan Harris tells us the news comes as Republican lawmakers in the state of putting forward a plan to help stabilize the orca population the scientists who were listening to L. part activity on the line kill hydrophone say fell forty one also known as make it wasn't there for any of the activity they heard they say because of his age and because he was put in when they saw him last January the fear is make a whose father several cabs over the years has died meanwhile Republican state lawmakers off a visit to an Alaskan fish hatchery they say has shown success see they can adapt it to Washington to put more salmon in the water for the southern residents to eat when asked about other proposals to save the killer whales like reaching Snake River dams senator rand rivers of listener says the court battles would take longer than the whales have the live I want to be very clear this.
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"Cigarettes health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar's says the FDA will develop guidelines to remove from the market all E. cigarette flavors except tobacco what we have decided is that we simply can't have those products in the marketplace the comments come as health officials investigate hundreds of breeding illnesses reported people who have used the cigarettes and other vaping devices even some deaths. even though these restrictions announced by officials would only apply to nicotine vaping products president trump had more to say about his decision to part ways with John Bolton his now former national security adviser to president said John Bolton made some very big mistakes when he talked about the Libyan models for Kim Jong one that was not a good statement to make Mr trump says the comparison to Moammar Qaddafi who was killed said talks with North Korea back you know John's known as a tough guy he's so tough you got us into Iraq still the president claims he got along with Bolton very well I'm sure health you know do whatever you can do to you know what spit it his way Mr trump says he'll announce Bolton's replacement next week Stephen port no I CBS news the White House correspondent bill Rakoff reports president trump is delaying billions of dollars of terror of sun Chinese imports for two weeks president tweeted that as a gesture of goodwill he's agreed to delay an increase in tariffs on China on two hundred fifty billion dollars worth of goods by two weeks saying that decision was requested by Beijing in observance of that country seventieth anniversary California lawmakers are taking on the NC double a by trying to connect college athletes to agents and endorsement deals without the threat of being banned from their sport democratic state senator Nancy Skinner all third the bill California just took the lead in giving our student athletes the right to their name image and likeness it has to be signed by governor do some to become law it was a nail biter last year..
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"Services secretary Alex Cesar warns that young people are at risk because of vaping five million children are using E. cigarettes this is exceptionally harmful to our children. an entire generation of children risk becoming addicted to nicotine he wants to provide guidelines that would remove anything from the market on Wall Street the Dow by two hundred twenty seven points the nasdaq rose eighty five the S. and P. five hundred advanced by twenty one more on these stories at town hall dot com. thank you so when people first hear about Medicare they have questions some really good questions starting with the obvious what is it will manage here is a Christian health care sharing ministry is not health insurance it's a different way of doing things which leads us to the next question why do people do this why did they become meta share members here are two of the biggest reasons number one people feel good about it they're not trapped in a plan that makes them pay for things they don't believe in they know their money's going to help people and the second reason people save a lot of money maybe for does mention the typical family saves about five hundred dollars a month switching to Medicare in one more big question does it work the answer is yes a thousand times yes or four hundred thousand times since that's how many Medicare members there are and they've shared over two billion in medical expenses so easy to find out right now how medicine can work for you call eight four four forty five Bible that's eight four four forty five Bible eight four four forty five Bible now one time traffic.