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"Live from npr news. I'm nora raum attorney. General merrick garland said friday. The justice department will aggressively defend voting rights. Several republican led states have been tightening election. Laws garland says new restrictions must not violate federal law. We are scrutinizing new laws that seek to curb voter access and where we see violations we will not hesitate to act. We are also scrutinizing current laws and practices in order to termine whether they discriminate against black voters and other voters of color. Darwin says he'll double the number of staffers on the department civil rights division and will investigate and prosecute threats made against election workers. The justice department has announced new conspiracy charges against members of an anti-government militia for alleged role in the capital riot. Npr's tom drives bach reports. That brings the total number of cases related to the insurrection to more than five hundred prosecutors. Say six men from california with links to an extremist militia called the three percents conspired to plan an attack on the capital. They allegedly brought weapons and gas masks to dc and some threatened political enemies with execution though they have not been charged with committing violence that day. Npr's been tracking every criminal case related to the capital riot. And this is one of the more serious out of the five hundred plus cases so far two people have pleaded guilty plea negotiations and other cases are going. Meanwhile the justice department continues to make arrests now more than five months after the capital riot. Tom drives book. Npr news the group of seven leaders from the world's wealthiest nations opened a summit in england. Friday a major topic is recovering from the worldwide pandemic they pledged to share vaccines with poorer countries at least one billion doses and to make a fair global economy after the pandemic china has approved its main corona virus vaccines for use in children. The country's vaccination campaign has ramped up and this move puts them a step closer to reaching their target of vaccinating eighty percent of the population by the end of the year. Npr's john rich reports regulators say the vaccine made by state run. Sino-pharm is now considered safe in kids age three and up last week. The government gave permission to another widely used vaccine to be administered to children that one made by signing back back stations in china. Got off to a slow start but have accelerated state media report that twenty million doses are being administered each day. Nearly nine hundred million jobs have been given so far in the country of one point. Four billion people. The world health organization has already approved. Sino vac and sino-foreign vaccines for emergency. Use in adults both are being used in a number of countries outside. China john rich. Npr news you're listening to npr news. The justice department's internal watchdog started an investigation friday into reports that the trump administration had secretly seized phone data from at least two democratic congressman when they're committee was looking into the former presidents ties to russia. Both house intelligence committee members. Adam schiff an eric swallow. Well said that apple had notified them that their meta data had been subpoenaed and turned over to the justice department in two thousand eighteen. The biden administration says it will restore protections to alaska's nearly seventeen million acre tonga's national forest coastal alaska's jacob resnick reports alaska's republican governor decried the announcement on social media alaska politicians and resource industries have long thought to exempt the thomas from the so-called rodas rule which restricts development on federal forest lands but environmentalists and tribal leaders like joel jackson support more protections. You go shopping in our force on our waters to get her traditional food. So it's important that we have the old growth timber. The biden administration cited climate change for the decision. Studies have shown. The tonga's national forest is a major carbon sink for npr news. I'm jacob resnick in juneau alaska. Funeral will be held saturday for four members of a muslim family struck and killed by a pickup truck in london ontario. Nearly a week ago a nine year old boy is hospitalized with serious injuries. A twenty year old man has been charged with murder. I'm nora raum npr news..
"sino pharm" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"The associated press geneva the world health organization has issued an emergency use listing for covid nineteen vaccine made by sign of vac for adults eighteen and over the second such authorization and has granted to h chinese company. A statement tuesday the u. n. health agency says data submitted to its experts showed that two doses of the vaccine prevented people from getting symptoms of covid. Nineteen about half of those who got the vaccine. Who said there were. Few older adults enrolled in the research. So it could not estimate how effective vaccine was in people over sixty nevertheless. who is not recommending an upper age limit for the vaccine. The agency said adding that data collected from sign of vaccine use in other countries suggest. The vaccine is likely to have a protective effect and older persons. In april they study published by a team of scientists in brazil confirmed a previously reported efficacy rate of over fifty percent for sign evac. A real world study in chile in april found an efficacy rate of sixty seven percent last month. Who gave the green light. To the covid. Nineteen vaccine made by sino-pharm. It has also licensed vaccines developed by pfizer bio and tech astrazeneca. Moderna and johnson johnson. Who's authorization means. The vaccine can be bought by donors and other un agencies for use in poorer countries including the u n backed initiative to distribute covid nineteen vaccine globally known as covax the effort has been slowed considerably after its biggest supplier in india. Said it would not be able to provide any more vaccines until the end of the year. Due to the latest surge of new infections now ravaging india today there is no confirms deal for sino vac doses with colfax. In may europe's drug regulator began an expedited review process for the sign of Vaccine but it's unclear when a decision might be made about it's possible authorization for the twenty seven nation block. Hundreds of millions of chinese vaccines have already been delivered to dozens of countries around the world. Through bilateral deals as many nations scrambled to secure supplies after rich countries reserve the vast majority of supplies from western pharmaceutical makers while china has five vaccine shots in use the majority of its exports abroad. Come from two companies sino-pharm and sign evac. The chinese vaccines are inactivated. Vaccines made with killed corona virus most other covid nineteen vaccines being used around the world. Particularly in the west are made with newer technologies that instead target the spike protein that coats the surface of the corona virus..
"sino pharm" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Ask recommended by the debris or it was a big deal for the country. That's madeleine on a researcher at antonio school of medicine and public health. She says what happened. Traumatize the country. Dang vaca is made by the french pharmaceutical company. Sanofi and the philippines was the first country to roll it out on a massive scale. The program aimed to vaccinate one million nine year olds through their schools. It started in april of two thousand sixteen more than a year later. Santi came out with a devastating statement. Basically said for children that never had done before if you vaccinate that they would experience a higher risk of getting hospitalized or severe disease if they get Bank after getting backs needed after that on says things spun out of control stories of mothers who believe their children had been harmed by the vaccine spread like wildfire government agencies. Publicly blamed each other emotional hearings were broadcast and an investigation was launched. This controversy started the rat in a protracted nature. It wasn't a one week or a month. Event uber hearing about them back scheffer rarity. Lock time but even though the deaths of only three children were found to have been linked to dang vaction aung says. Public confidence was crushed and surveys. Following the controversy found that the philippines confidence in vaccines tanked from ninety three percent. In two thousand fifteen to thirty two percent in two thousand eighteen. I would prefer to use the term drama. rather hesitancy. dr. Joshua san pedro is with the manila based nonprofit coalition for people's right to health. He says health professionals have their work. Cut out for them because a lot of the public just doesn't believe the government will have their backs if something goes wrong with the covid nineteen vaccines to. Meanwhile the philippine government's information about vaccines wall. Prolific has sometimes been confusing even contradictory like earlier this month when president rodrigo duterte got inoculated with the sino-pharm vaccine president. Doctor gave clearance for the president's not collation the application for emergency use authorization of sign far has been submitted. Fda and still waiting for approval after the move received backlash do tastes sent much of the sino-pharm doses back to china that same week. The world health organization approved the vaccine for emergency. Use joshua san. Pedro says bad messaging from the government. It needs a lot of fake news of misinformation today. Less than one percent of the country has been fully vaccinated against cove in nineteen and most of the doses have come to the philippines are from china and are not as effective as pfizer or madonna. San pedro says his group is working to educate the public by meeting them on a cultural level to calm their fears. Instead of airing them by telling them you don't get vaccinated. You won't be driver. Should you won't be able to go to work so we are really focused on on discussing it. As ultimately getting vaccinated is decision. People have to make for themselves. San pedro says. It's likely going to take some time for the filipino people to gain their confidence back in vaccines time. They may not have for the world. I'm ashley westerman in manila. This next story is not necessarily for you baseball fans out there. It's for those of you who should be following baseball because you are missing out on a once in a generation talent. A man who has been called a swiss army knife and the japanese babe ruth. I'm talking about shohei. Otani of the los angeles.
"sino pharm" Discussed on Le Show
"Continues will quote. Words have a strong impact. And i fully understand this verity of what i said. When he was sent off. I will learn from this and be better forward on another network. No he's reuse dateline chicago. Chicago's top prosecutor. Apologize this week because an attorney who works under her implied in court. The thirteen year old adam toledo was a gun when a police officer fatally shot him. She acknowledged that neither she nor anyone in our office tried to clear up the matter until right before video was released showing that he didn't have a gun when the officer shot him. The cook county state attorney's office came under fire after the april fifteenth. Release of that body camera video showing toledo either dropped or tossed the gun less than a second before officer eric. Stillman shot and killed it. The tragedy of the death of a thirteen year old boy has been clouded by confusion and frustration. My office has caused and for this. I apologize cook county. State's attorney kim fox said in a statement announcing the findings of an internal review of her underlings caroni statement in court so the overlaying takes responsibility. D- dateline manila philippine president. Rodrigo duterte follow is for all the nonjudicial killings. He no. he is asked the chinese ambassador to withdraw chinese china's donation of thousand doses of sino-pharm vaccines to the philippines. After he was criticized for taking a dose of the unregistered vaccine. I said just forget about them. The president said to the nation. You withdrawal sino-pharm vaccines one thousand them. Do not send farms vaccine anymore so we can avoid trouble unquote. The president apologize to the public for choosing to be vaccinated with santa. He said medical experts had reached out tam about the danger of his taking a dose not yet approved by the food and drug administration quote. We're sorry for the things you're criticizing us for. We accept responsibility where sorry you are right. We are wrong unquote.
"sino pharm" Discussed on The Propaganda Report
"They've been logging devices that were signed in. So they tracked people by checking the data from the devices that logged into the con- congressional wifi during the riots. So if your phone logged into the wifi now. I don't know if you have to put your email address and sometimes you walk by a building and your phone just logs inter sheriff so i don't know how simple that is. But that's one way they've been tracking people and the fbi actually came back to her house. They looked at her husband's instagram. They pulled photos from her husband's instagram. They compared it to photos from inside the capitol. They said this is you. She said no. It's not that's not me. I'm wearing wearing different earrings. In this photo this is that sweaters hideous and the fbi says where can we find the sweater. Take us to the sweater. They came back a second time demanding her to give them the sweater so they refuse to believe that it wasn't her despite her pointing at the clear differences in the photos they confiscate her phones confiscate her laptop all technology they still have not given it back and they would not let her see the wars. You had to go and get the warrant herself. Wow and she still doesn't. They have vices. Like yeah it would be very nervous. Watch what you have on your devices. Oh my goodness that is really crazy. I did a couple of kovic slash vacs things that i think are important before we break for the weekend and And and of course gets last story of the free thirty. I just wanted to clarify again or whatever reiterate when it clarified yesterday about I was certainly not advocating the nova vaccine or anything else. I was only expressing that if you know people absolutely feel like. They must get a vaccine or their livelihood. Depends on it or something like that. You might ask them to give it all some time. Pfizer just filed for fda approval. Which i tweeted i was like. Oh i thought it was approved already and then i got trolled by an anti Stupid everybody knew this. I'm like everybody knew it. I can literally find coats and maybe even the new york times calling it. Fda approved it isn't so all the time yeah. They expect that to be in six months. But i but i'm saying like the novak's one which is more conventional one like the sino-pharm which was joss now just overnight approved by the world health organization. I as i was doing more investigation on these on these ones that are more conventional. They are the ones that have that. Risk of disease enhancement or immune enhancements. Where if you take it. It can actually make you more vulnerable to the disease. If you have this reaction it can be a fatal reaction and in the article. I read is said we know that the are one and the gene trae whatever the and stuff don't have that because we have seen it in the population which is chilling admission. That these are live trials. But i think it's true. I do think that we would have seen it if that's is what was happening. I don't know maybe there successfully suppressing some of the information and not others. I don't know. But i just wanna make sure people know. I am not advocating use of any of them. And i would watch and see if this immune enhancement does is a feature of the sino-pharm one or of the nova one. I mean in that. In that spar sacrament from two thousand seventeen. It said that the vaccine injuries would not emerge for year and a half or two years and they would call you crazy. So read that documents from johns hopkins spars two thousand seventeen and i have one more thing but god i was just gonna say the..
"sino pharm" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Hiring in the us unexpectedly slowed in april. The labor department said the economy added two hundred. Sixty six thousand non-farm jobs. That's far short of the one million. Economists had forecast and the weakest monthly gain since january the unemployment rate ticked up to six point. One percent from six percent in march a big complaint of many companies is that they can't find enough workers to meet demand will explore this in greater detail later in the show despite the lackluster jobs report. Us stocks finished higher today. Technology stocks were the standouts with the nasdaq closing up nearly point nine percent. The dow rose two hundred twenty nine points or more than point six percent to another record. High the s&p five hundred also a new high after gaining three quarters of a percent are markets reporter. Mike worst horn has more on markets reaction stock and bond investors. Got a big surprise jobs. Report friday morning. The expectations were for a million jobs. Be added that came in mobile expectations which ultimately ended up being good for investors because it gave a clear indication that the federal reserve which is really sort of the engine of both markets. Right now and the stimulus efforts that they've been doing they're not going to change course. There's been a of speculation as to whether or not this red hot economy could force the fed to move sooner and interest rates. Pare back some of the fiscal policy. That they've really pumped into the markets to help stabilize things. This jobs report says that the fed's skepticism overall in terms of moving sooner on interest rates has been well placed giving investors a lot of confidence that were going to be in the same monetary policy environment for quite some time vaccine administrators say. They aren't receiving enough of the special syringes needed for covid nineteen doses eight states and multiple local health departments and healthcare providers. Say that kids. They received from the federal government to administer. Vaccines contain an insufficient number of so called low. Dead space. syringes are reporter. Austin has more. These special syringes are needed by the covid. Nineteen vaccine effort to extract. Every last dose of the vaccine if a special syringe is used only ten doses extracted at every modern vile instead of eleven. The reason for the shortage is that these syringes are in need across the entire globe. We are trying to vaccinate. Put one or two shots into every single person in every country in the world. That's putting an immense strain on the us and global supply chains. The issue is that there is only so much vaccine that can be produced this year and so any dose that is wasted is one that isn't able to go into the arm of a person who needs it. Syringe manufacturers say. It'll be another two or three months until they wrap up full capacity the world health organization endorsed a chinese-made covid nineteen vaccine for the first time clearing a shot from the state owned company sino-pharm for global use. The approval is expected to help. Alleviate a severe shortage of doses in the developing world but the doses won't be immediately available because china faces production constraints and because sino-pharm doesn't yet have a distribution deal in place and a federal grand jury indicted derek chauvin and three other former minneapolis police officers on charges of willfully violating george floyd civil rights in the encounter that killed him the new federal indictments come after a state jury convicted chauvin of second degree murder last month. The three other former officers have been charged at the state level with aiding and abetting chauvin and are set to face trial in august lawyers for the former officers either declined to comment or didn't respond to requests for comment coming up. Why employers say they can't find workers despite persistently high unemployment. We'll get into that after the break. It's.
"sino pharm" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Or less search turbotax tips. Wherever you listen to podcasts. They top official has admitted that chinese vaccines have low effectiveness by joe mcdonald and we'd song woo beijing in a rare admission of the weakness of chinese corona virus. Vaccines the country's top disease. Control officials says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mixing them to get a boost. Chinese vaccines don't have very high protection. Rates said the director of the china centers for disease control gal food at a conference saturday. In the southwestern city of chengdu beijing has distributed hundreds of millions of doses abroad while trying to promote doubt about the effectiveness of the pfizer biotech vaccine made using the previously experimental messenger or are in a process. It's now under formal consideration whether we should use different vaccines from different technical lines for the immunization process gal said officials at a news conference. Sunday didn't respond directly to questions about gals comment or possible changes and official plans but another. Cdc officials said developers are working on ima- rene based vaccines dow did not respond to a phone call requesting further comment the mri vaccines developed in. Our country have also entered. The clinical trial stage said the official wong watching. He gave no timeline for possible. Use experts say mixing vaccines or sequential. Immunization might boost effectiveness. Researchers in britain are studying possible combination of pfizer bio intech and the traditional astrazeneca vaccine the coronavirus pandemic which began in central china in late. Two thousand nineteen marks the first time. The chinese drug industry has played a role in responding to a global health. Emergency vaccines made by sign. Afaq a private company and sino-pharm a state owned firm have made up the majority of chinese vaccines distributed to several dozen countries including mexico turkey indonesia hungary and brazil. The effectiveness of a sign of vaccine at preventing symptomatic infections was found to be as low as fifty point four percent by researchers in brazil nearly fifty percent threshold at which health experts say. A vaccine is useful by comparison. The pfizer bio intech vaccine has been found to beat ninety seven percent effective health. Experts say chinese vaccines are unlikely to be sold in the united states western europe and japan due to the complexity of the approval process. A sivak spokesman lee pay chung acknowledged varying levels of effectiveness have been found but said that can be due to the age of people in the study. The strain of virus and other factors. Beijing has yet to approve any foreign vaccines for use in china. Gal gave no details of possible changes and strategy but cited ima- a as a possibility. Everyone should consider the benefits in in a vaccines can bring for humanity. Gal said we must follow it carefully and not ignore it just because we already have several types vaccine's already gal previously questioned the safety of m. r. a. vaccines. He was quoted by the official xinhua news agency as saying in december. He couldn't rule out negative side effects because they were being used for the first time on healthy people. Chinese state media and popular health and science blogs also have questioned the safety and effectiveness of the pfizer by you in tech scene as of april second. Some thirty four million people in china have received both of the two doses required for chinese vaccines and about sixty five million received one. According to gal the sign of spokesman lee you said studies find protection. May be better if time between vaccinations is longer than the current fourteen days but gave no indication that might be made standard practice..
"sino pharm" Discussed on PRI's The World
"There's no evidence that is true. Zimbabwe's government says sino-pharm has an edge of surrender success. And i guess getting the disease at all and eighty six percent. Severe nineteen other governments are waiting for emergency use authorization for sign of vaccine from the w. h. Dope is eastbound. Would you presume. Health workers explains why that ends up on this fuck seen among his colleagues phone was in. Kinko's did three of trails many people. Well that it is not it completed. The king tells don't a lot of people are much civic of designer phonebook seem similar beyond healthcare because journalists popularity justly. Dines bob william as also declared is never going to vaccinate tom. Nomin montana is spokeswoman for this bubble for doctors for human rights. He's hopeful the government's possible idea. We'd hope the vaccine hesitancy and he says is important to dispute ms and means conceptions surrounding the oxygen. We also need up. In influential people to rally into the vaccine so that more people can buy into to get vaccinated with a donation of seventy five thousand doses of vaccine coming from india. Some which arrived in the country. Monday the uptick may change. The government has not been develops in addition to all while wheeling. There's open enough. Will show up to inoculated sixty percent of the permission by an for the world. I'm columbus of in the mob. Today chinese authorities announced sweeping overhaul of hong kong's electoral system. You might call the reforms. A body blow for direct democracy. All candidates for seats in the city's legislative council must now be vetted by the national security bureau of hong kong's police essentially beijing and it's handpicked. Local leaders can now block pro democracy candidates from the ballot here to help us understand what options remain for the pro. Democracy movement is hong kong democratic party. Chairman location. Hey look in. Hey how significant changes announced today is a very very serious step that would hinder the participation of the pretty morrissey camp or the opposition in the legislative council in other forms of election in hong kong. It is very difficult for any pro-democracy cam figures to get the nomination and actually be running into legislative council election in the future. So we'll the group you lead. The hong kong democratic party even bother to field candidates in any upcoming elections. Frankly speaking we don't think the legislature can do anything possibly to change the government's policy or to stop the unwelcoming legislations. That function is gone. You cannot monitor the government with legislation in this kind of setting but of course we have to think of other means that may be still beneficial to the whole democracy movement. I think we have to think very clearly about whether or not we will still like to participate in the election in the future. Miami runs We want to run with dignity. We want to run without holding the banding out in these. Is.
"sino pharm" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Create a system vaccine party and joining us from bangalore. India is a show of coordinator access Apesse the project which campaigns for access to medicines in india brazil and south africa recently co authored. a piece in the new york times headlined. It's time to trust china's and russia's vaccines. We're gonna get to that in a minute. But i want to go to fatima my house and thanks so much for being with us. Because you've just finished a major news conference and address in south africa. Talk about what you said and what this day of action is about what has the. Us done thank you. Amien good to be on the shows. It's one years since the. Who declared that covid. Nineteen pandemic and in order to mock that one year declaration organizations from around the world including the people's vaccine campaign in south africa. Which has a number of organizations and individuals supporting it have basically decided to take on demand to the pharmaceutical companies that at the moment practicing recall a pernicious form of vaccine by refusing to give up the intellectual property rights in refusing to urgently scale up manufacturing capabilities and capacity. Pull the global south. Meaning that you know. Millions of us are basically going to have to wait for a vaccine putting global immunity as well as regional immunity particularly in africa at severe risk and chill. If you could explain you know when we discussed problems of vaccine access around the world we're speaking principally about madonna and astrazeneca but you wrote a piece in the new york times as we mentioned earlier headlined. it's time to trust china's and russia's vaccines. Could you talk about what you believe. The significance is the importance of those vaccines for the global south. And what you think needs to be done. It's a situation that we've seen of the failure of the western pharmaceutical industry to address the needs of five percent of the that's become now but will also seen a failure of western philanthropy so the kovacs facility which is driven by garvey recently sent out should manned to cover three hundred thousand people in ghana or less than one percent of the population of ghana and this is wild countries like the united arab emirates at israel have vaccinated between fifty and sixty percent of their populations. The united states and the uk have between two indian thirty five percent of their population vaccinated so the idea philanthropy from the westwood. Save is is studying how to be a false hole in this context. One of the reasons. It's so hard to negotiate with. Western pharmaceutical manufacturers is that we seemingly have no alternative. We don't have genetic drugs from from india for aids that we could use as an alternative in two thousand but we do have did. We just have to acknowledge that it exists and the alternative at the moment are vaccines from china and russia to leading vaccine candidates in china and one in russia which have struck supply of close to three billion doses. Just for this. they the lifeline. To middle income countries all over latin america the arab world south asia pakistan india eyelid malaysia and indonesia about the problem with them is there. We seem to be in a state of denial the exist even though they have such reach utility both in terms of solving an immediate problem in the pandemic but also serving as a useful cudgel to negotiate with western pharmaceutical companies to gain more access to their vaccines and explain. Why do you think it is that. There's such skepticism about the russia and china vaccines. I mean they're reports. The people within russia are refusing to take us but neck a v. And also the response to your piece your new york times piece from china and russia as well as from here in the. Us are at the start it should be just said i think the entire world not just. The west is incredulous at the idea that you can have useful. Science fantastic. come out of places is not in the west. This is just a fact and it's not justified in the worst affected india. It's affecting southern africa. It's it's a fact in russia and china. As you mentioned there have been many reports about this. One of the problems with this. Is that to overcome these perceptions. We need to have a better access to data and a better grasp of the facts on the ground. The fact that incredibly a rigorous regulatory authorities in turkey and brazil and indonesia have grew these vaccines and run trials on them somehow. Doesn't seem to matter breakthrough into the dialogue about global vaccine access and this includes activities. Unfortunately we've had several conversations. I love the people that have been everything that it does. And i was one of the first signatories to its letter last year which kicked off the campaign but i should say that many activists are also blind to this. I think to the same kind of denial that there are vaccines outside the west. The world just russia in china by the way so india has a vaccine with just posted interim efficacy one percent were already exporting into brazil to other countries that are vaccines under development in cuba in island in a range of different countries and if we created in better enabling infrastructure to validate these vaccines or even just stem. Then that would go a long weekend. Increasing the confidence in science that comes out of the west and good signs. That comes out of states. And can you respond to that Fatima hassen great. So i mean. I think chili's right now. Kovacs mechanism doesn't have any agreement signed as well as nick in south africa. The situation is slightly different. We don't have a single vaccine registered for you know. Widespread population us as yet because all of the dossiers are still being reviewed in the case of sputnik they finally only in the last few weeks submitted the dossier and that's currently under review. What we've been told is that sign afam and sign of a vac have not submitted their dossiers and are not willing to share their data so particularly in the south african context with a very stringent regulator. Willie sign afam. Whether it's put nick whether it's johnson and johnson s zenko madonna. You know all of them have to submit their data and they subject to the same review and sign thank even though they may be vaccine from russia and china the issues that we have is activists around the transparency of all of these companies. Around all of the around. All of the dossier is still stands. The second issue obviously is that we also need pricing transparency across all of these different companies because we are getting reports that in countries started rolling out some of the sputnik china sign evac or s zenica. Johnson and johnson whichever vaccine may be based on the authorisation that they've received there's very little pricing transparency. So the concern is you know. Is that also this differentiation. Differential pricing structures within kovacs also within the bilateral. So i think it's it's drew to say that the ease overlooking of some of the vaccines that actually come from countries. That don't normally you know. Western countries don't normally want to deal with them or don't normally want to buy the vaccines but the issues that we have around transparency around data sharing around regulatory review and approval. I think applies to all of them in relation to the chinese vaccines. And i'm just using that to to basically cover both sign of farm in sign of ecuador. Government has sit on oath is that until the data is actually submitted they just basically having preliminary conversations and in south africa. That seems to have been broken through the chinese embassy. I think because. India and south africa part of bricks the irony in relation to how we are relying on western vaccines or whether we relying on the russian and chinese vaccines is that brazil. The outlier at the moment. It's opposing the trips waiver. That south africa and india have been leading in geneva since last year. And so there's a number of geopolitical considerations that are beyond just the efficacy of actually playing out and are going to influence the final vaccine selections for a number of countries in africa. I wanted to turn to the head of the international federation of former suitable manufacturers. A lobbying group for big pharma. This is thomas twenty. There's nobody knows about vaccine manufacturing and was interesting bottlenecks knew that. Ip is not the issue to bottlenecks all a capacity scarcity materials cassidy of ingredients and it is about in her. so fatima. hasn't can you respond to big pharma. Big pharma said those edyta. The hiv aids crisis adele correctly pointed out in the beginning we were able to ramp up the activism. Really challenge a lot of these myths and a lot of these claims from big pharma. I mean we would even sued by the industry in in south africa. But i think that we have as a political wall. Wavy is an explicit operation to share the vaccine and technology. They certainly is capacity in the global south to do two things one folding finished but to even to do full manufacturing and this is you know when you ask the first question around what the us government could do what it hasn't done. A number of activists in in the us and around the world have said to the biden administration. If you step in on some of the vaccines that you've actually co-funded in co-develop through the nih you could you know a little bit of investment and over the next few months actually invest in massive scaling up and expanding productions. I think it's disingenuous for big pharma. I mean it's not unexpected but it is disingenuous for them to say that intellectual property is actually not the block and his not the obstacle right. Now that is the current nudges obstacle if the patterns would to be relaxed if the intellectual property protections would to be relaxed and they would to either be done on a voluntary basis or through a compulsory mechanism than certainly. We believe that we would be in a different situation in the next few months. I think the shameful thing and the moral question is had this actually being sorted out in addressed in twenty twenty. I do think that many people in the global south would have been facing a very different and we would have been innovate of situation. I just can you talk about the the bilateral agreements that that many countries in the global south have reached with russia and china and also the development of original vaccines in many countries including india and cuba and others. And where those stand i. m saying. Intellectual property is a broad term options and also covers know-how and the actual technology that you use to produce that vaccine and the functionally does is sort of pop. Right in saying you're yes just need our batons in order to be able to produce this also denied technology but of course being completely disingenuous in praising in that way one of the significant things that chinese and russian manufactured has done is to shed their licensing and know how and technology they've done this brazil so they manufacturing that sign. Evac manufacturing in brazil and indonesia sino-pharm has set up a huge unit in the united arab emirates. That is not only to supply the region and the country but also all allies in the arab world. The russian vaccine pudding v has production agreements with at least five different pharmaceutical companies in india. To buy something like five hundred million dollars this year as when agreements with south korea and remains with a large number of other places. So what is the distinguishing features about the they're not angels at these companies and they're in at least up to lose money but one of the distinguishing features about is that they seem to be much more flexible to enter into agreements. If the guns buy from china russia they will if they gone and the vaccine can be made in the country's striking deals with the allow that to happen and that's actually an incredibly positive steps. We could take advantage of. The problem. is that the w. h. All functions on a weird mid twentieth century axes where it considers any regulatory system outside of europe canada and the united states to be suspect or dramatically so the process of certifying these vaccines do apply billions of dollars of donor funds to buy them is incredibly complex. And they've been waiting in line. Four months this by western vaccine just breezing through the queue at the who. This is a really unfair structural problem that needs to be fixed. The african union or three hundred million dollars of the sputnik vaccine. That's actually going to cover twenty percent of the most vulnerable people in all low income countries in sub saharan africa. And it's an incredible incredible step towards getting access to the vaccine exiting the pandemic for the poorest countries on earth but now the organizations like the w job the comebacks facility and we have to recognize these vaccines exist. That they're more vaccines coming out and help them to get into other than hindu that we want to thank you both for being with us absolutely key points that you are raising on this day of action. Chopra is the access a project in bangalore india of that group and thought hasson is founder of health justice initiative in capetown south africa. That does it for broadcast democracy. Now produce with rene fouts mike burke dean augusta liberty rany maria. Tar cena carla wills. Tammy warnock torino dora sam alcohol cameras john hamilton. I mean me goodman with me shape..
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"This is alive doctors and elderly people who are saying well. Why don't we get the vaccine. I i don't understand this illogical. Why has viscous oregon it And so cover. Current president francisco cost admitted. That not only is this true. But at four hundred eighty seven a fficials government employees were irregularly quote irregularly vaccinated as well in october meaning that there's a lot of fishy stuff going out in peru and so all these people reportedly utilized the chinese firm sino-pharm which helped to develop a vaccine doses. There the chinese are the one actually gave them the vaccine It's so present saga submitted. This there was a newspaper that came out in a essentially released a report saying that. Yeah these guys all these officials there they it. They took the rock. So doing that with you. Will you do that what you will people. But i'm just saying they're very bad. People and some cigars was forced to acknowledge in said that top officials quote took advantage of their position to be immune of united with the sino-pharm vaccines that came in addition to those used in clinical trials So yeah if your top officially attack got it. And so dr new brad. Hand son just wanted. The vaccine hate wearing masks the halls approving government. But we all saw in. Sussex cost actually said that He only took one dose said as has reconciliation for my bad behavior. I will not take in the second dose until everyone else has gotten both doses so very brave. But we'll see what happens with that. Anyways on dr herrmann malaga are important doctor. He's like peru doctors out here And he is in charge of the vaccine trials in peru. He said that president face. Kara had quested to be a part of the trial. See might be thinking. Let me think well you need people to be part of the trial right. What's wrong with ask you to be part of it. Yeah might as well fact that might seem brave for scar to want to participate in this But the thing is with the trial there are. These are placebos In an israel thing so what a placebo the ally sometimes doctors will strive placebo pills to people and tuesday just like a sugar pill or it. Doesn't it's not really anything it. The point of it is Psychologically recover from something by thinking. You're actually taking medicine but you're not in this please see means the music sync also so the trial of vaccinated about half people with placebo. Vaccinations in really do anything at half of got the real thing But the scar was guaranteed to get the real thing. He knew he was going to get the real thing us. News gonna get the best version of the real thing. And so while he tactically wanted to be part of the trial quota of trial. He already knew he knew what he was doing. He was being a sneaky little snake. So that's what he did. In so he got vaccinated his wife got vaccinated and apparently one other person his family to although i could not find out who exactly i'm so dr malaga said it's hot. It's not unethical guys. It's not it's in fact it's perfectly ethical of. Because he needs sue you know he sa- goss feeds presence across needs to be able to fight the pandemic. He's a brave man but he always gonna fight it if he's constantly hiding from cova. No no we got vaccinate him. So he's able to lead the that maybe he then that's the reason why he should get the vaccine. So this has led our so people can buy like okay. That's great but i still want the vaccine. Now understand why he deserves it. More than me is isn't to lead the country. I ain't to lead my life that's important to It's so this has led to people such as elizabeth a stent and pilar mazzetti. The foreign health ministers approve respectively. Or should i say former foreign health ministers resigning from their posts on friday and sunday. Sue them is they also were in on it and not good for them. So so they're out of the job Sagawa's not resigned yet. He's still president but we'll see what happens. So the new health minister oscar gardai. He he is. He said that investigation has been opened. Find up all to find out who all the officials who were getting the vaccine. And what's find out who they are listed impossibly push type of legal charge on them. Start really clear what he meant by by that. Exactly so dr Doctors have protest are starting to protest around the country. Been over three hundred doctors of die through the current virus in their kind of agree that they did not get the vaccine. But these other these top officials could get it. They don't understand because actually fighting the virus itself. That's why it's really bad. And that's why people are resigning because yeah this is not a good luck for the peruvian government. That's that's all. I'll say about that all right but before we get started. 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"Live from npr news. I'm jeanine herbst. The house has approved a resolution calling on vice president. Mike pence to invoke constitutional authority under the twenty-fifth amendment to oust president trump for his role in inciting violence at the us capitol. Even though penn said he won't sign that and as npr's miles parks reports the house. This morning will vote to impeach trump. Which would make him the first president in history to be impeached the resolution. The house passed urged. Mike pence to use the twenty fifth amendment to take the powers of the presidency away from president trump. But it has no enforcement mechanism and pence. He does not intend to use it as a result of last week's deadly capital takeover. So today the house will move forward with impeachment proceedings the vote to formally impeach trump for the second time in less than thirteen months is expected to pass with bipartisan majority. A number of republicans including the third highest ranking republican house. Liz cheney say they plan to support the action miles parks. Npr news washington new security procedures are in place for members of the house in response to the violent attack on the capitol. Building npr's windsor. Johnston has more effective immediately. Lawmakers and their guests will have to go through metal detectors before entering the house floor. The decision comes after recent debate about whether legislators had the right to carry firearms inside the capitol. Guns are currently prohibited on the house floor. Lawmakers are already required to wear facial coverings in the chamber. Some are calling for stricter enforcement with fines of up to twenty five hundred dollars for those who refuse. Npr's windsor johnston whistle blowers at the census bureau say that the bureau's director is trying to rush out a report about non-citizens before the end of the trump administration. Npr's hanta long reports employees at the bureau are concerned that any data that would be released would be inaccurate and could be misused. Multiple census bureau employees told the bureau's internal watchdog that director steven dillingham directed them to make a data report about noncitizens including undocumented immigrants. A quote number one priority according to a memo by the commerce department inspector general dealing him a trump appointee considered offering a financial incentive to get the report done by friday. It's not clear. Exactly what trump officials plan to do with this information but civil servants at the bureau say. They're concerned that they have not had enough time to prepare a report and that incomplete data could be misinterpreted misused or tarnish the bureau's reputation on zealand impure news new york and world financial markets. Asian markets ended in mixed territory. The nikkei the main market in japan gained just over one percent. The hang sang in hong kong was down one tenth of a percent. Us futures contracts are trading in positive territory. You're listening to npr news. Brazil says china's corona virus vaccine is far less effective than originally stated. The drug made by the biopharmaceutical firm. Sino vac was tested in multiple countries. But as npr's emily fang reports sign up back a released. Complete clinical data on the vaccine in stages brazil reported the vaccine's efficacy at seventy eight percent overall but new. Data's submitted to brazil's health regulator shows. The vaccine is now fifty point. Four percent effective. The disparity comes from a change in how the trial counted infections. This time they included participants who contract the corona virus but experienced very mild symptoms sign avec and another chinese vaccine companies. sino-pharm have not released a clinical data from each country in which they're testing vaccines prompting questions from scientists about whether the aggregate efficacy rates for each vaccine are valid emily fang. Npr news beijing travelers flying to the us will soon need to show proof of a negative test for covid. Nineteen the centers for disease control and prevention says the..
"sino pharm" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news. I'm shay stevens the. Us house has approved. A resolution formerly asking vice president. Mike pence to invoke the twenty-fifth amendment to remove president trump from office as npr sprinkle or donas reports pence. Says he won't do it in a letter to house speaker. Nancy pelosi vice president pence wrote that he did not quote believe such a course of action is in the best interest of our nation or consistent with the constitution. He goes on to note that he did not exert powers beyond constitutional authority last week and certified president elect joe biden's victory in november. And he said he did not plan to yield those powers now pence wrote using the twenty fifth amendment to remove trump would set a terrible precedent he instead quoted the bible and urge congress to focus on the biden transition and avoid taking actions that would inflame the passions of the moment any further franco or donas. Npr news fbi officials say they knew about possible threats against the us capital before last week's insurrection and shared that intelligence with law enforcement agencies acting us attorney for washington. Michael sherman says the minor charges against the suspects arrested. So far are only the beginning. The fbi working with the us attorney's offices across the country and the crux of those being in dc. We're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy. The fbi is offering a fifty thousand dollar reward. Brian formation leading to suspects who planted bombs outside washington offices for the republican and democratic party. New york mayor bill de blasio. His city is considering whether to severed business ties to president trump in wake of the attack on the us capitol details from npr. Sally herships the trump organization made up of hundreds of businesses owned by. The president has contracts to run concessions in new york city parks. A carousel two ice. Rinks a golf course the attractions bring. The company reported. Seventeen million dollars a year but to blasios says after the president's actions last week he's looking for a way out. The present incited a rebellion against the united states. Government clearly unconstitutional act and people died. That's unforgivable de blasio says new york city's contracts are under review by its legal team. The city is looking to join a growing list of major organizations announcing plans to suffer their business ties with trump including the pga cough to our android shebang. Sally herships npr news. A kansas woman has become the first female federal inmate to be executed in the us nearly seventy years fifty two year old. Lisa montgomery was condemned for the two thousand four murder of a pregnant woman and cutting the fetus from the victim's body she was put to death by lethal injection at a federal complex in indiana. This is npr news associated. Press is reporting. That former michigan governor. Rick snyder is facing a new investigation over flint's water scandal. The disaster began in two thousand fourteen. When state regulators switched the city's water supply to the flint river. Because it was cheaper. The new water source was not properly treated causing led to leach from the city's old pipes doctors and found high levels of lead in blood drawn from children who have been exposed to the risk of brain damage. Brazil says china's corona virus vaccine is far less effective than originally stated the drug made by the bar biopharmaceutical company sign. Oh vac was tested in multiple countries. But as npr's emily chang reports the sign of that company released its complete clinical data on the vaccine in stages brazil originally reported the vaccine's efficacy at seventy eight percent overall but new data submitted. To brazil's health regulator shows the vaccine now fifty point four percent effective. The disparity comes from a change in how the trial counted infections. This time they included participants who contract the coronavirus but experienced very mild symptoms. Sign avec and another chinese vaccine. Companies sino-pharm have not released clinical data from each country in which they are testing vaccines prompting questions from scientists about whether the aggregate efficacy rates for each vaccine are valid only paying npr news beijing in premarket trading us futures are higher on stock markets across asia shares mixed higher in tokyo. This is npr news. Support for npr..
"sino pharm" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts
"New york city is aiming to vaccinate one million people by the end of january mayor. Bill de blasio says. The city will use schools pop-up clinics and do whatever it takes to reach that goal. We're doing better than most of the country. That's the good news but we're nowhere near where we need to be. Eighty thousand new yorkers have been vaccinated so far that's great thousand people's nothing to sneeze at but we need to go into overdrive now. The government has fallen far short of its original goal of vaccinating at least twenty million people before the end of the year. China has approved its first vaccine for covid nineteen. Npr's john reports the maker of the vaccine. Sino-pharm says it has a seventy nine percent efficacy rate against the disease. The government responded quickly. After state-owned sino-pharm interim results of final stage clinical trials this week. The national drug regulator granted conditional market approval on wednesday night. During the summer beijing gave a green light for emergency use for the sino-pharm vaccine and several others state media. Say that millions of doses have already been administered including two frontline medical staff and people going abroad for work. Emergency use is set to expand. China has more than a dozen covid nineteen vaccine candidates in clinical trials including five in phase three state media report. The chinese government has pledged that its covid. Nineteen vaccines would be global public acceptable and affordable in developing countries. John rich. npr news stocks are trading mixed on wall street. The dow was down two points..
"sino pharm" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me. Andrew miller it has been a long winding and deeply tedious road. And it's not over yet. The person who believes we have heard the last of brexit is possessed of a degree of optimism. Which should be studied by scientists specifically psychiatrists but after four and a half years one referendum three prime ministers to general elections they quantity of delays and extensions which we lost track and uncountable harsh and or petty words. A post brexit' trade deal signed into british law taking effect at twenty three hundred. Gmt tonight as the brexit transition period ends. This law was a result of an extremely brisk fourteen. Our parliamentary process. So how do our european partners. If that's what they still are now see. Things will joining me from. Brussels is also lee. Mackie yama director of the european center for international political economy Obviously also the eu is a vast and diverse place. But is there a way of characterizing. The us response to brexit finally having happened. Well we in brussel tend to be quite central dettori about her achievement but we are obviously highly ambivalent about this one Obviously as a good or bad devos We have lost one tenth of our budget. One sixth of our gdp and perhaps the only european country that was that had strategic pap- capable to that goes outside of europe so obviously we are both weakened but in the end there is a sense of relief that we can finally move on and actually the o- with other more than two issues than actually on domestic divorce. If we look at the deal itself does the e you at least think you know unsatisfactory though the big picture is does the you at least got the best of this deal. Well here's the thing When it comes to trade negotiation no one everything they want. They may ask right them my scream. They don't but in the end there's a deep sense of realism. That a bow side needs to get what they want and in this sense. I think it's fair to say that europe got most of its priorities and understanding of some of the more grandstanding issues. For example like level playing field was perhaps unrealistic to begin with. There's not a single trade agreement in the world that commits a one side of the agreement to the rules of the other aside. So now i think in the end i both. Uk in the you got pretty much what they want. But most the bull for the u. continued duty-free and quota-free access to the uk market and the uk consumers was a much bigger priority that we wanted to actually portrayed in the media. I mean it was never going to be the case that the eu was going to allow the uk to have as good deal as it had while it was actually a member of the organization but over and above that has been well. Has there been any desire on the part to to punish the uk somewhat as it leaves. Indeed it was a It wasn't important. It wasn't important objective. I think for especially france and germany in order to keep the house together. Keep the family together to make sure that any way of leaving would be Well frankly speaking quite expensive and the has been one of the but also on the other side. It was actually caused that at least hardcore brexit. Here's what ready to take and then actually made. A negotiation is much more difficult for brussels because in many respects it was a little bit like playing strip here with an exhibition or who actually wanted to get was actually ready to take all the costs so in in that sense many of the leverage that the eu was trying to use against the uk simply didn't work but what does the u now anticipate. I guess what should british people now anticipate that the uk is going to learn the hard way over coming weeks and months because for all the new regimen that comes into effect a little less than eleven hours from now. This isn't going to be the end of the brexit process is now Many of the most Sentenced sticking points are still outstanding The the final deal on fisheries is still to be worked out and of course as they were often saying. The negotiation devil is in the details and How some of the mechanism that is anticipated industry. The agreement is not years really style. So there's plenty of room pool while disagreements but also in addition and there's no guarantee so far about regulatory conformity for example financial services on pregnancy that offensive interests for the u. k. and These are actually out on of any trade agreement which basically means that the e you would at some point decide is uk low still compliant with eu standards and so they will be a lot of horse trading over sectorial issues like banking and retail. Another service. it's areas going forward and not to mention of course products standard of various kinds of everything from cucumbers stroke trump. That needs to be negotiated. But what's your sense of. How the plans to deal with the uk in coming years because if you think you know years even decades down the track do you think the records. The uk now is a permanently lost cause or is there hope or anticipation that one day. It'll be back. Well the The castle optimism All let's a wistfulness that has been expressed by you leaders. I think genuine many of you leaders have either studied in london of work in london Or have a genuine won't feelings about the uk it's not just because over. Its consumer demand strategic capable that we won't uk in europe. It is because he belongs in europe and actually i would say that To the extent that braxton has caused an identity crisis in the uk Your can also see a similar counter reaction to that in brussels If a feminine members only said. I don't want to be part of this family. It causes you to reflect on who you all and so i think it's perhaps not for this current generation of leaders to figure out how you came might come back but it is probably somewhere in the stores for a much wiser hysterically to figure out how you end. The uk will basically 'cause pop again but one thing is sesame. I think that e you has not really ready a. Someone who did not really want to be a member who didn't want to become a annex or a Affiliated member like no way or switzerland or liechtenstein but wanted have a completely different relationship like almost like a satellite that circles around the of without necessarily and this is a that we have to invent and e you policy has always been dynamic and we make up things as we go along and this is exactly what i think is happening now. All circling at the european center for international political economy. Thank you for joining us. You are listening to the briefing. Here is page reynolds with the days of the headlines thanks andrea saudi led coalition warplanes have struck targets in yemen's who held capital saana in retaliation for attacks in the southern port city of yesterday. The coalition accusers who 'this of staging the attack on aden's airport and a second one on the presidential palace. At least twenty. Two people were killed and dozens more wounded in the attack on aden airport. Us senate leader. Mitch mcconnell has dealt a likely death blow to president. Donald trump's bid to boost corona vars aid to americans declining to schedule a senate vote on a bill to raise relief checks to two thousand dollars from six hundred dollars. Mcconnell says raising aid checks would be another fire hose of borrowed. Money and china has approved. Its first covid. Nineteen vaccine for general public use. The approval comes a day after its manufacturer state owned pharmaceutical giant. Sino-pharm said the vaccine is almost eighty percent effective. China is aiming to vaccinate fifty million people ahead of february's lunar new year celebrations. Those are the day's headlines back to you andrew. Thank you page. You are listening to the briefing regular. Listeners will be aware that we round off each week is a bit of a wrap up on what we have learned during that interregnum this week however it being lost one of the year i was assigned the task of reviewing all of twenty twenty. Which has you can appreciate wasn't easy not much happened. We learned this week that the producers had.
"sino pharm" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"For him. He understands this puts senators in in his caucus in a very very difficult position within a party. In which you get punished politically for accepting the results of a democratic election simply because that is perceived as being standing up to trump. and i think that's the most toxic dynamic that has existed in. Us politics in modern history where accepting a democratic election is politically costly to one. Party so mitch. Mcconnell understands that but he has been very weak in pushing back against trump on this right. I mean the senate can really do things to stand up to the president if they want to and mitch. Mcconnell has had very mealy mouth condemnation of this to the point where it's been so grudging that you can tell that he is not very keen on being seen as opposing. Donald trump as he again tries to mount effectively in authority and power. Grab to stay in power despite the results of the election. Brian thank you very much indeed. That was brian class. Now here's what else we're keeping an eye on today. At least twenty. Two people were killed and dozens wounded in an attack on aden airport on wednesday moments after a plane landed carrying newly-formed saudi cabinet for the government held parts of yemen. The prime minister said all members of the cabinet were fine. But the attack underlines the difficulties facing a government intended by saudi arabia to unite to its allies in the war against the iran aligned who theme movement. Us senate leader. Mitch mcconnell has delta death blow to president. Donald trump's bid to boost corona virus aid to americans declining to schedule a swift. Senate vote on a bill to raise relief checks to two thousand dollars from six hundred. Mcconnell said on the senate floor that a bill passed by the democratic controlled house of representatives which sought to meet fellow republicans. Trump's demands for bigger checks had no realistic path to quickly pass the senate china approved. Its first covid. Nineteen vaccine for general public use today. A shot developed by an affiliate of the state back pharmaceutical giant sino-pharm as it braces for greater transmission risks over the winter china has at least five vaccines in late stage. Trials underscoring its efforts to develop a home-grown vaccine to challenge western rivals and scores of flights were cancelled as heavy. Snowfall hit several areas of japan today while new year's eve celebrations with her tailed. As the country tackles third wave of the coronavirus pandemic. the japanese. Prime minister has urged people to celebrate new year quietly and avoid non-essential outings amid the twin crises..
"sino pharm" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Won t has new name. And they're stepping up to the world tour next season after taking over team. Ccc's license and they will be sponsored by supermarket chain and so will be known as antenna. Marsha won t go bear. I repeat fifty times circus won. T will be until mushait intimacy as also fine in tamasha. Okay okay thank you. Thank you the olympic games places of being leveled up between men and women for the twenty twenty four games in paris. This has been largely achieved by reducing the size of the mansfield from one hundred thirty riders to ninety riders and Well they the. The goal from the ucla has always been to ensure first of all metal parody. So it'd be the same number of medals on offer to men and women are now competitor parity so the same number of places but it does mean reducing the field for the men's road events primarily. And finally you. Et member offering to vaccinate riders and staff against covid nineteen with the sino-pharm vaccine which has been developed in china and has had try was done in the uae is currently still in the one of the final. Testing phases are red. I'm but in january. Joey team emerets riders and staff will be vaccinated against covid nineteen In an interesting one for a sports team to seeing any other sports teams in any sport. Say that they would be vaccinating on that basis. Oh think most places are the vaccines kind of in the hands of the health. Authorities rather than available for people to buy to action. Sports team could be role in that. Anyone knows i'm not sure. I'm not sure I was sending quite surprised I saw today that they have announced that paolo tear along who joined the team as a sort of mentor. to byard. who. I'm few years ago. He's leaving he's no longer going to be dark sporty and i must confess on slightly concerned By the name that they've announced that's the his successor. Bill gates is going to be in the team car next couple. Good my word more silly silly asian in day. You're listening to the cycling podcast brought to you by wocka. Flexible loans bill for small businesses. Join fifty thousand.
"sino pharm" Discussed on 5 Things
"White House negotiators say that talks with congressional Democrats have fallen apart for a new stimulus deal and treasury secretary Steven. MNUCHIN said that he and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will recommend that President Donald Trump takes matters into his own hands, the chief, and I will recommend to the president based upon. Our lack of activity today to move forward with some executive orders. I again, we agree with the speaker this is not the first choice, but people have run out of the enhanced unemployment. So that is something we will recommend an executive order on interrelate to rental foreclosures. We will recommend a executive order on that and also student loan. So the extent that they are willing to make new proposals the chief and I will be back here anytime to. Listen to new proposals drums said he was preparing to act on four programs including several that Americans have been relying on to keep financially stable since pandemic shutdowns began slamming the economy in March but he also said his administration was still working with hopes of reaching a deal with Democrats House speaker. Nancy Pelosi reiterated on Friday that settling for less would be a missed opportunity when you're having opportunity like this to do something for the American people, it's an opportunity. But we can't have it be a missed opportunity to do that by settling for something so low. So beneath the knee meeting the needs of the American people trump may sign executive orders as soon as this weekend though the legality of such orders remain on clear. Progress continues on vaccines for Covid Nineteen Dr Susan. Are Bailey of the American Medical Association outlined the latest on. Friday, were aware of more than one hundred, sixty experimental vaccines currently in the preclinical stage of development worldwide. At least nineteen vaccines are in phase one trials about a dozen have interface to and significantly five are now in phase three with some promising momentum. Interestingly, there's some parallel trials happening in China that have already led to one approval. But the most promising of the experimental vaccine to date here are now in phase three trials, and there's three different categories of them. The first type of vaccine is different than any vaccine. We've ever had in the US before instead of using weakened viruses or pieces of viral coding like we've used in the past these vaccines use a piece of the viruses are A. which is the temp light if you will for the manufacturer of the Spike Protein, that's all the outside of the virus. This spike protein that you've seen at various illustrations is one of the major things are immune system. Attacks the next vaccine candidate uses a Trojan horse model. It takes a different type of virus that has been activated, but it carries that spike protein with it so that our immune systems will attack it, but obviously, it can't make you sick. and. There are two Chinese companies sino-pharm and Sino Vac, which are using inactivated novel corona virus itself to stimulate the immune response. Meanwhile, a CDC report said that Hispanic children are hospitalized for Corona virus at a rate eight times higher than white children and black kids are hospitalized at a rate five times higher like adults many of those hospitalized had existing. Health problems including obesity and chronic lung conditions and other CDC report also found that kids with a rare virus related syndrome where nearly three-quarters Hispanic or black well above their representation in the general population more than one hundred, sixty, one thousand people have died over all in the US from covid nineteen part of more than seven, hundred, twenty, two, thousand around world. Thousands of people across the New York City State area remain without power days after being hit by tropical storm is Ias some sixty thousand people in Queens the Bronx and staten. Island may remain without power until Sunday night and hundreds of thousands in suburbs from New Jersey Connecticut, or waiting out heat and humidity without power. The storms damage in the area was more severe than expected, knocking down trees and power lines across the country's most populated metro. Area. A four part series looking into the abuses of Jeffrey Epstein Air Sunday on lifetime in abused. By Jeffrey, I've seen is a life sentence. I was human baton passed from one person to another. Gaylon? Exactly. How to whole you in she's told me just do whatever he wants he was enjoying violating. Me There were thousands of victims. We definitely had the control I'm GONNA fight back filmmakers behind surviving Jeffrey Epstein moved quickly to document when his associated d'alene Maxwell was arrested on federal charges that she acted as a recruiter for his crimes against young girls co-director Ricki. Stern explained to the AP lanes arrest is now new spotlight back on the story with hopefully focus on justice with a with a focus on revealing more information. About. The other people who participated and enabled Jeffrey Epstein this this sort of landed on Jeffrey Epstein but this is a much broader story match was arrested earlier this summer on federal charges that she recruited at least three girls including one as young as fourteen for Epstein to sexually abuse in the Nineties Jeffrey Epstein died by reported suicide last year you can tune into the special Sunday night at eight PM Eastern time on. Lifetime. The National Hockey League will wrap up qualifying series this weekend ahead of the normal Ish Stanley Cup playoffs, the League has been playing all games in two Canadian hub cities, Edmonton and Toronto to qualify for the playoffs where games will continue in the hubs and like pretty much all sports. There are no fans on Saturday, the Golden Knights and avalanche will play to determine the number one seed in the west and the lightning and flyers will do the same to figure out the east stop seed. Will feature other seating games and a do or die game five match up between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Toronto. Maple leafs who pulled off a miraculous comeback in game four to stay alive. Thanks for listening to five things air reminder you can subscribe for free.