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"Hello, and welcome to the Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition Podcast, the show designed to give you science -based solutions to improve your health and life. I'm Dr. David Jockers, doctor of natural medicine and creator of DrJockers .com, and I'm the host of this podcast. I'm here to tell you that your body was created to heal itself, and on this show, we focus on strategies you can apply today to heal and function at your best. Thanks for spending time with me, and let's go into the show. If you're struggling with stiff or aching joints, and you're tired of letting the cis -comfort steal the joy and freedom from your life, then I have a natural solution you're going to love. It's called Joint Support by Pure Health Research, and this stuff is amazing. It contains seven of Mother Nature's best superfoods for supporting comfortable, healthy, and flexible joints. It even promotes healthy cartilage growth, too. 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We talk all about the best advanced nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity. There's a lot of things you can do if you are looking to lose weight, if you're looking to improve your blood sugar sensitivity. We know insulin resistance is at the root of all chronic inflammatory conditions, but there's a lot we can do from a nutrition perspective. We go through that in this interview. I talk a lot about intermittent fasting and how that helps improve mitochondrial function, helps improve blood sugar stability and turn on fat burning. We talk about how to improve your stomach acid, bile flow, pancreatic enzymes, so you can reduce the amount of endotoxins that are released from your gut and into your bloodstream that drive up inflammatory activity in your body. So this is a really powerful presentation showing you exactly what you need to do to stabilize your blood sugar, to burn fat for fuel and reduce inflammation. 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So thank you for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. Hey everyone, welcome to the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit. I'm your host, Dr. Beverly Yates, MD. It's my distinct privilege and honor to interview a wonderful colleague of mine, Dr. David Jockers. He's been a leader in many aspects of health and continues to help people have clarity about their health. One of the things that's so interesting as we do all the episodes here for the summit is I'm trying very consciously to give people different points of view and different aspects of what it takes for blood sugar success to be well. So with Dr. David Jockers, we're going to introduce him in just a moment here. He's a doctor of natural medicine and runs one of the most popular natural health websites online in drjockers .com and has gotten over a million views for monthly visitors and his work is really popular. It's been seen on shows like The Dr. Oz Show and Hallmark Home and Family. He's the author of the best -selling book, The Keto -Metabolic Breakthrough and also The Fasting Transformation. He's a world -renowned expert in the area of ketosis, fasting, brain health, inflammation and functional nutrition. He also hosts his popular Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition podcast. Be sure to look up his work, check out what that he's offering. Dr. Jockers, welcome to our summit. Thanks so much, Dr. Beverly. Great to be on with you. Yeah. You know, I've really been excited for our talk because I think that there are so many ways in which people can eat and nourish themselves and some things are certainly more helpful or successful when it comes to blood sugar control and glycemic regulations than others. So with that in mind, let's dig in right away here. So please, if you would share with us your perspective here, what is inflammation and how does it develop? Yeah. Inflammation is just a natural process of healing. In fact, it's actually designed to help protect our body from some sort of chronic systemic infection and so, well, not chronic infection, but some sort of systemic acute infection from killing us quickly. And so I think we look at the history of mankind. More people have died from infections that got into our bloodstreams, bloodstreams spread throughout our body, went into major vital organs and killed us is what used to kill most of our ancestors. And so our body has created this inflammatory process to help protect against that. So the infection that gets in doesn't get into our lungs and cause pneumonia or our nervous system and cause meningitis. And so in order to do that, we created this inflammatory process to keep basically infection under control. And it's also part of the healing process. We break down damaged tissue and we try to remove that in order to build new healthy tissue. So for example, if we sprain our ankle, we're going to break down that tissue and try to rebuild new healthy tissue in that area. So inflammation itself is life saving. The issue is that it should be turned off when the appropriate area is healed. And so in our society, we have certain vectors that are turning up inflammation. For example, one is called leaky gut, right? So when somebody has leaky gut, there's damage, micro damage to the intestinal lining. And every time that person's eating food, particularly food that causes more gut irritation, they are further tearing that gut lining and they're not really allowing their body to heal properly. And therefore, they're spewing out bacteria and endotoxins into their bloodstream through that lining, through that hole. And that's driving up inflammation in the body because the body thinks that it's under attack from some sort of systemic infection or some sort of basically infectious process that could be life threatening. And so we've got to do what we can to get inflammation under control in our society. And so I think about it like a fire in a fireplace. You know, if the fire is on in the fireplace, it's great. It warms the house. You know, it creates a great environment, an ambiance. However, when we dump gasoline on the fire, right now it spreads on the walls and starts to burn our home. And obviously that's when it's a major issue. And so in our society, we have lifestyle habits that are dumping gasoline on the fire and causing us to burn up our home. And we just don't really understand it. We don't realize that's actually what we're doing to our body. And then we later, you know, after doing this for years and years and years, we get diagnosed with the chronic disease. But this is many years of chronic inflammation, damaging cells, tissues and organ systems of our body leading to, you know, that disease diagnosis. Absolutely. Absolutely. Thank you for laying that out so clearly. You know, it's so interesting in clinical work, sometimes it comes up. People are like, this just happened to me overnight, thinking that their body has attacked them or betrayed them and that their diagnosis has come on all of a sudden when in reality, nope, this was years in the making. So thank you so much for pointing that out for us. So anyone listening to this, if you have an inflammatory problem, please know. It took time for it to develop and it will take some time for it to heal. The good news is, if healing is possible, that it's likely to be a lot faster compared to the silent onset process. It's like too bad. It would be great if our body, as we get more and more inflamed, gave us a sound or a noise or maybe we turned polka dotted or something so we can know that something's going on here, you know? Yeah, for sure. And many times people do have chronic symptoms that are giving them a warning sign. And we just ignore it in our society, right? It's kind of like a check engine light goes on in our car. Typically we know, okay, I need to bring this in and get it looked at. But in our society, if we have headaches, chronic headaches, if we have chronic gut pain, if we have chronic joint pain, if we have skin rashes, acne, eczema, if we are gaining weight and we try some lifestyle strategies and we're just not losing weight, if we're gaining weight and we can go on and on, in our society, oftentimes the first thing we do is we go right to some sort of medication or we try to just ignore it. It's like we just let the check engine light stay on or we take some duct tape and just kind of stick it over it and pretend that everything's okay with the car. And that's really what we're doing. We're not actually getting to the root cause. Exactly. So that brings me to my very next question for you, which is this. What are some of the root causes of inflammation and how can this be measured quantitatively with lab testing? So when we look at root causes of chronic inflammation, one, and this is what you're really addressing in this summit, is a diet and lifestyle that is not right, right? So high blood sugar and insulin resistance, primarily driven by the food that we're consuming and lack of exercise, right? Lack of movement, food that we're consuming, obviously stress plays a role. So high stress, poor sleep hygiene and poor sleep quality. Sleep quality is super important. We've got to make sure we're sleeping really well when we are sleeping, but also proper hygiene when it comes to sleep. That plays a big role with our sleep quality. For example, shift workers, they might sleep eight or nine hours, but because they're sleeping at the wrong hours that are not right with, you know, humans, natural circadian rhythm or we're supposed to be sleeping at night, they tend to have higher levels of blood sugar and insulin resistance compared to people that are sleeping the same amount of hours and working kind of a normal shift and then sleeping overnight. So those are major factors. And then beyond that, we have things like chronic infections. So we know that when we have different infections, whether it's a candida overgrowth in our gut, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, H. pylori infections in our stomach, parasite infections, Lyme disease, things like that, that all drives up inflammatory processes in our body. Chronic overload of toxicity. All of us are exposed to chemicals in our air, water and food. So all of us have levels of toxicity coming into our system. But if our drainage and detoxification pathways are working properly, we should be eliminating a good amount of those and keeping our toxic bucket under control. And so we all have kind of like a toxic threshold. And so if we keep things under that threshold by keeping, you know, by limiting our exposure to toxins and then by allowing our body to detox and drain effectively, then, you know, that doesn't drive inflammation. However, if we're consuming lots of toxins from the food, we eat the air, we breathe the things we're putting on our skin, the water we're drinking, and then we're not doing things to help improve our lymphatic system, our liver, our gut, our kidneys. Right. We're not we're not peeing. You know, we should be urinating. Right. We should be peeing out toxins. We should be breathing them out. So respiration, perspiration, that's sweating, urination and defecation. Right. So we should be peeing, pooping, breathing. And sweating out these toxins. If we're not doing that, then our toxic load goes up, goes over that threshold, drives inflammation in the body. So toxicity is a big factor. You know, I mentioned stress. There can also be things like post -traumatic stress disorders. Right. So where somebody's had major trauma and their body never really recovered from that trauma and they're kind of reliving that trauma. Maybe somebody that was a war veteran or perhaps they were sexually abused or something along those lines. Right. They may relive those traumas on a regular basis, driving up inflammation in the body. So all of these things need to be addressed and and considered. Somebody might be living in a mold toxic house, right, breathing in mold and mycotoxins on a daily basis. They're trying to live a healthy lifestyle, but they're constantly overloading their their system with toxins. And so we've got to be able to look at all of those factors and make sure that we're addressing those to keep inflammation under control. Now, when we're measuring inflammation on labs, there's some easy labs that we can look at. You know, you can get done on blood work. For example, one of the most common is high sensitivity C reactive protein. CRP is a protein that our body, our immune system produces in response to inflammation. And, you know, so long as you don't get a false negative, like if you work out really intensely right before you get your blood test done, your CRP will be through the roof. That's actually a healthy level of inflammation, because after we exercise, we have inflammation to help our body heal and recover. So normally you want to not work out roughly 48 hours before getting the test done, ideally at least 24 hours. So you get the right measurement and your HSCRP should ideally be under one and really as close to zero as possible. And so typically it's not flag tie unless it's up over two or three, somewhere in that range. But anything over one is a sign that there's underlying inflammation there. And that's something that we definitely want to look at and address. So that's a big factor. You know, I know in this in this summit, I'm sure you've got people talking about things like hemoglobin A1C. We know hemoglobin A1C, that's a sign of the glycation process or basically when a sugar molecule binds to a major protein, like in this case, when it binds to hemoglobin, major protein that helps bring oxygen to the cells in the body and denatures the hemoglobin. And so it causes a sticky protein process. So we should have ideally like the optimal range really is is really under under 5 .2 on the hemoglobin, 5 .2 percent under. And so typically in our society, nothing is flagged until it's up over six, up over six percent. I like to keep mine under five, right? Between four point five and five. Some are in that range to make sure that my hemoglobin, my red blood cells have great capacity to bring oxygen to the cells so I can create the cellular energy I need to really thrive. So hemoglobin A1C is a really good marker. There's another one actually that you can test, too. It's it's it's called a novel marker for systemic inflammation. It's called GlycA, right? And so it's also a marker of glycosylation and again, a sugar molecule binding to proteins. In this case, GlycA looks at proteins particularly involved in the immune system. And so when that's elevated, I like to see it between one hundred and three hundred. Some are in that range, more closer to one hundred when it's up over three hundred. We know that's a sign of systemic inflammation. In fact, there are some individuals that will have normal HSCRP, but we'll see the GlycA elevated. And so that's a really good it's a novel marker. They've just been doing a number of studies on that, really starting just in the last five years. Very interesting marker. We know, for example, statin drugs will have a cholesterol lowering medications can have a mild anti -inflammatory effect that may bring CRP down, but they don't bring GlycA down. Whereas a lot of lifestyle strategies that you're talking about on the summit will help bring both of those markers down. And so that's a that's a really important thing to be looking at. Another key marker is LDH, lactate dehydrogenase, which is part of our natural energy, you know, our glycolysis and Krebs cycle. It's kind of a Krebs cycle glycolysis intermediary enzyme. And so when that's elevated, it's a sign that there's inflammation, particularly heart tissue related as well as liver. Right. Could be related to liver. And speaking of liver, liver enzymes are another really good marker. So when we're seeing liver enzymes like ALT, AST, GGT, when these when these are elevated up over roughly up over 25, that's a sign that there's inflammation affecting the liver cells. And then based on the ratios, for example, if ALT is real high, AST is kind of in the normal range, roughly 10 to 25 in that normal range. We know that inflammation is really affecting the liver when AST is high and ALT is more in the normal range or a lot lower than AST. We start thinking about that inflammation affecting muscle tissues or affecting the heart in particular. So that's a key marker for that. When GGT is real high up over 25 again and the AST and ALT are lower than the GGT, then we start thinking about biliary tree, gallbladder, bile ducts, that region. So it kind of helps us understand more of where that inflammation may be located. So these are just some of the markers. You know, if you get a good a good look, you know, you can also look at just a lipid panel, like where you're looking at your LDL, which is considered the bad cholesterol, your triglycerides, your HDL levels. We like to see the triglyceride to HDL ratio. If there was one thing I was going to look at on a lipid panel, I think all the markers can have some importance. We can get some good clinical data from all those markers. But if there was one marker I think is most important to look at, it would be the triglyceride to HDL ratio. So how many triglycerides, which are basically free fatty acids that our body can use as an energy source that are circulating in the bloodstream versus the high density lipoproteins, which are a carrier molecule that helps bring fats, lipids, all different types of molecules back to the liver from the cells. And so when we're looking at that ratio, we ideally should be under two. So under two parts triglyceride to HDL, roughly close to one. And that kind of close, as close to one as possible, one part triglyceride, one part HDL, like to see that triglyceride level certainly under a hundred. OK, and we look at that. That is a key marker for insulin resistance and inflammation. If your triglyceride to HDL ratio is up over two, if your HDL is under 50, you know, triglycerides are up over a hundred. You know, definitely a sign of insulin resistance and inflammation taking place in the body as long as the test is done fasting. Right. We always want to make sure with the lipid panel definitely can be affected if we eat a meal right before we we get that lab done. But that's a really key marker to look at and helps us understand how well our body's responding to getting nutrients into the cells. So when triglycerides are real high, we're not good at burning fat for fuel. We've got all these extra fats out in the cell or outside in the bloodstream. And those fats can become denatured and cause more reactive oxygen species and drive up oxidative stress and inflammation in the system. So all very important markers to be looking at. A lot of these tests are not expensive, but glyca is a little bit more pricey. But most of the other ones you can easily get from your physician. Just go in, ask for the high sensitivity, high sensitivity to your reactive protein, lipid panel, liver enzymes. Right. They'll run all of those. And then one other marker that we should look at as well as vitamin D levels are 25 hydroxy vitamin D. A lot of research out showing that levels on certainly under 30 nanograms per milliliter, where you're you're the lab will actually flag you as deficient, you know, linked with all cause mortality. So if you have levels under 30, you're all cause mortality, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, neurodegenerative condition. We talk about any sort of chronic disease and then dying of anything goes up. Right. So it's really easy actually to bump that up. Ideally, we do it by getting in the sun. However, most of us just not getting enough sunshine. We may not be living in an area where the sun's going to impact us in a significant way to get the vitamin D if we're up. Let's say we live in Canada, we live in Maine, we live in these northern climates. It's going to be harder to get enough vitamin D from the sun. But if we are in a you know, even if we are in that location, like in the summer months, trying to get as much sun on as much of your body as possible. Obviously, you don't want to burn. But outside of that, trying to get the sunshine is key. Sun offers a lot more benefits than just a vitamin D supplement. However, taking a vitamin D supplement as well can be really helpful. I usually recommend about a thousand international units per twenty five pounds of body weight taken with meals you do at one or two doses, depending on how much of that you need. And that will definitely get your vitamin D levels up. You want to test every three to six months or so and kind of look at where you're at. Ideally, I like to see it up over 60 nanograms per milliliter, usually not concerned about overdosing. The research shows that as long as you keep it really under about 150 nanograms per milliliter, you won't deal with any sort of, you know, toxicity, vitamin D toxicity. It's really hard to get it up over 150, although it can be done if you're taking like 50 ,000 units every single day. So if you're taking roughly five, 10, 15 ,000 units every day, you're probably going to optimize your vitamin D and do really well. And so those would be some of the key labs I would definitely recommend. 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Dan Horowitz: The Dangers of mRNA Vaccines
"You know there was a study that was just published last week from the 13 Heart Association's publication circulation Harvard researchers they found in a group of kids that had myocarditis your 436 billion spikes floating in their blood plasma So that's the big part that we learned The mRNA goes forever potentially it goes all over your body and it's an unlimited amount It was a good idea to have your body maybe produce certain things But the dangerous thing is Moderna announced yesterday they want to do this with heart attack medication with melanoma cancer stuff but what we love is what we've learned is again it sounds like a body produced things that grow with a heart muscle or whatever but there's nothing that's good in the infinite quantities and this thing is a big problem and it's not even like we could say at COVID's over It's not just about COVID It's about we're in a new era of biomedical experimentation That they could just get away with putting stuff in billions of people's bodies when put on the face of this problem I mean you just have today It's all over the place that Taiwanese study in the European journal of pediatrics that 17% of the high school kids mainly boys in their survey 17% experienced at least some sort of cardiac side effect from the second dose of Pfizer meaning chest tightness chest pain irregular heartbeat maybe shortness of breath I mean hopefully not all 17% will have problems down the road but we don't know that
Phil Kerpen: COVID Boosters Were Politically Motivated
"Really I mean I generally trusted that the public health infrastructure is probably the least political thing That is now been completely entirely eviscerated You've got guys like me and others who in the past may have inclined to draw their doctors they're not politicians Who are now it's almost to the point now that all the misinformation and the lies in the censorship and the cover ups It gives me no joy in saying this Whenever public health people representing the Biden administration say something my instinct is to believe the opposite is true That's how crazy it is Well look I got the original two doses also I haven't got any boosters or anything like that But I think at the time they rolled it out if you read all the data and you looked at it it made sense to get it for most people And so I don't think you necessarily need to have any regrets people act with the information that's available to them at the time You get more information You change your opinion You integrate that information The problem comes to your point when it becomes political and it starts being dictated on a political basis And what we had with this administration is the extension of the vaccine to younger children and the boosters recommendations were essentially dictated by The White House the top two vaccine officials at the FDA resigned in protest This would have been the biggest scandal in history in a Republican administration and said it was barely covered at all And the only people who were left at FDA are the people who are willing to rubber stamp whatever The White House wants And so we've got a new the new booster that's out there right now was approved on the basis of data from 8 mice for the Pfizer vaccine and ten mice for the Moderna vaccine Now they finally are starting to get some human data now But we've never seen an approval on the basis of something so flimsy before And so it has become completely political And it's very disappointing that that happened
"two dose" Discussed on That’s Wild Podcast
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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Elderly, High-Risk
"Advisers at the food and drug administration rejected recommending widespread use of a third dose of visors coronavirus vaccine the vote was sixteen to two against three doses a setback for the White House adviser Dr Michael Carrillo says they need more data we need to target the boosters right now it should be clear to the people are likely to be at high risk and it's an older population that you know compromise and the advisers later voted to recommend the extra does to those people advisor Dr Amanda Cohn at the CDC says the focus should stay on two doses it is clear that the unvaccinated are providing transmission the Biden ministration was hoping for the three dose recommendation to shore up protection from the delta variant at Donahue Washington
Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster
"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.
Why Is There a Disinformation Campaign Against Ivermectin?
"Rogan said he defeated co vid in just a couple of days. Thanks to the use of ivermectin now. This started a sequence of disinformation. Let's actually go to eight. I 'cause established this whole idea of this information. A whole sequence of disinformation stories around ivermectin. Saying that it's a horse de warmer. Now that's actually an off label. Use ivermectin won a nobel prize for its use on humans. In fact a two thousand nine hundred. Cdc memo on ivermectin said that all refugees in it they should take two doses of ivermectin orally. In fact it says right here on the cdc's website which they don't want you to read top of malaria guidance. That ivermectin can be very helpful for you. That's the cdc's own website. A study in the american journal of therapeutics published june. Twenty two thousand twenty one said that the apparent safety and low cost suggests that ivermectin is likely to have a significant impact on the sars covy to pandemic globally and hydroxy. Clark is also anti-malaria drug and personally every person that i've given hydroxy chloride quinn to help them get connected with. They've turned the now that that's not. Okay that's not empirically scientific enough to convince me but fao cheat. Made sure he had to go out. Vouches dis- disinformation artist. You notice how vouching never actually has a real symposium or takes legitimate questions play tape when it comes to a public health issue like cova nineteen in which it is essential to get correct information out one of the enemies of public health his disinformation and unfortunately we do see that in some quarters. Disinformation you mean. Disinformation like this disinformation. Where all the sudden a story was going viral. We re tweeted an amplified by rachel maddow. Same that oklahoma's hospital. Emergency departments were backed up and they could not serve gunshot victims due to ivermectin overdoses. What as soon as i saw that story. I said this doesn't sound right or rachel. Maddow spread this on social media. And this guy right here. Here's the original news clip. It turned out to be absolutely
Britain to Require 'Passport' for Nightclubs
"Britain's government will soon be introducing vaccine Paul sports for night clubs in large scale gatherings from next month vaccines minister in the teams how we set the measures will come into place by the end of September by then that the whole adult population will have been offered to U. K. but nineteen vaccine doses the FAA have done done so brilliantly in terms of checking vaccine status to reopen full that is the sort of dry food to do the plan means the people who want to enter nightclubs and other large scale events will be required to show proof they have had two doses of a coronavirus vaccine so how he says the plan is to ensure that the British economy remains open without creating a health risk as does the prime minister we want to make sure the whole economy remains open the worst thing we can do for those venues is to have a sort of open shop in shop strategy contrast London
U.S. Prepares for COVID Booster Shots
"Expected the need for Covid vaccine booster shots, despite their high rate of effectiveness against the virus, will now his prediction It's going through with the pandemic. Still raging Tim. We know that and variants putting more lives at risk, even those who have been inoculated this week, the Biden administration unveiled its plan for vaccine boosters starting in September for eligible recipients eight months clear of their second dose of the Moderna or fighter vaccines. My administration of planning for this possibility in this scenario for months We purchased enough vaccine and vaccine supplies. So that when you're eight month mark comes up Will be ready to get your vaccination free at booster shot free. We have it available now, Dr. William Haseltine is back with us to tell us what's next. When it comes to fight against Covid 19. He also lays out a plan to deal with the trauma that we've experienced throughout the pandemic. He's got another book out Carol, and it focuses on the effects of what he calls CV PTSD. I think it's very clear now, and that's why the government has moved to the way it is. It's very clear now. That to protect against serious illness where most people are going to need a booster they've pegged at about eight months. It's probably about right for most people. For people who are older, It's probably a little shorter than that. Six months will do. And so I would stand by my statement that six months from my last vaccine, I'm certainly planning to get it out of booster and and I think the government official recommendation now is every adult Get a booster beginning eight months from the last vaccination. This isn't magic. This is
U.S. To Recommend COVID Vaccine Boosters After 8 Months
"Are expected to recommend covid booster shots for everyone, regardless of age. An announcement could come tomorrow, calling for boosters eight months after the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.
Recommendation for COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shots Expected Soon
"The White House is expected to announce that most Americans should get a covid 19 booster shot at least eight months after their second dose of the vaccine. If the FDA signs off, which they are expected to do. The booster shot rollout could begin as early as September. More than 168 million Americans who have been vaccinated. This booster recommendation applies to all of those people who got em Ren a vaccine that's Pfizer and Moderna, and to put this all into contact those first shots into arms. Happened just over eight months ago today, ABC's Eva
CDC Approves COVID Vaccine Boosters to Vulnerable Americans
"C D C advisory panel has approved giving a covid booster shot too vulnerable Americans. The amended emergency use authorization could mean that organ transplant recipients and other people with weakened immune systems could get a third dose of Pfizer or Moderna. Here's WSB radios. Sabrina Coupet. The third shot is recommended for those who are moderately to severely immune compromised. 44 year old Heather told the committee. She's undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer and is hoping to get the third shot. My prognosis is poor. I most likely have about 2 to 3 years after live everything counts. Data shows that immune responses in cancer patients after the initial two doses did not provide adequate protection against the virus. Now, with both the FDA and CDC approval, those third doses could start right away.
Who Qualifies for a Coronavirus Booster Shot?
"Adults with compromised immune systems receive a booster shot of a coronavirus vaccine enables all persons 12 in order to obtain a third just in the primary care series to increase the protection. This comes one day after the FDA granted emergency approval of a third dose of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines booster will be given to people who do not produce inadequate immune response after getting two doses of the vaccine. Specifically HIV and cancer patients. The unanimous move from the CDC advisory panel was highly anticipated as the Delta Variant continues to spread across the U. S. But during his vaccine can be distributed to adults, 18 and up fighters vaccine can be distributed People ages 12 and up.
The Coordinated Effort to Push Vaccines, Vaccine Mandates
"Wanna talk about masks. I wanna talk about vaccine passports. I wanna talk about all this stuff because it seemed like about two weeks ago and actually really remember this very well. Charlie was on tucker carlson show and he was describing that all of a sudden this messaging change happened in. It happened really on the right and even within conservative circles. He went on tucker carlson. He said what happened. In the last forty eight hours that it feels like there's this coordinated effort chosen push vaccines and vaccine mandates and really was sort of like a buckling. We blinked on the right. And then what happened the surge not necessarily of cova deaths or anything like that but a surge in mandates what i call panic porn or pandemic porn news outlets everybody talking about delta delta delta so here we are two about two weeks later after charlie i noted that i remember tucker's is kind of raising kind of you're no you're totally right. Forty eight hours all it took. We blinked in. This is what we get to she to go through a series of headlines. Pulled these this morning talking about different. Different escalations independent. Breaking governor of maryland suggests he will impose more lockdowns due to people believing quote conspiracy theories about the vaccine. New york city edict prevents majority of blacks from entering restaurants in new york. City will require workers and customers to show proof of at least one dose for indoor dining and other activities. Now which is kind of actually of no. Because you're not technically fully vaccinated until two weeks after your second dose. Nevertheless got have at least one pass.
Moderna Says Its Vaccine’s Protection Holds Through Six Months
"Moderno says its covert nineteen vaccine remains effective for several months the company says an analysis shows the vaccine is ninety three percent effective for up to six months after the second dose moderno also is testing a potential booster shot for the covert nineteen vaccine father coronavirus vaccine is mo journals only commercially approved product the company also says it will explore a combination vaccine that aims to offer protection against the flu cold at nineteen and other viruses on my campus
Pfizer hikes 2021 outlook after vaccine boosts sales, profit
"So are you gonna need a booster shot Pfizer says the ongoing testing of a booster shot given six months after the second vaccine dose shows it raises antibody levels against the more transmissible delta variant to eleven times higher in older people and five times higher in younger people compared to levels after two doses Fizer also notes that by the end of September testing and five to eleven year old volunteers should produce the data needed to ask for emergency use authorization in that age group and it says data on testing in children from six months to five years old should follow soon after I'm ready to fall away
Pfizer Claims Third Vaccine Dose 'Strongly' Boosts Protection Against Delta Variant
"Today shows a third dose of vaccine strongly boost protection against the Delta variant, according to Pfizer. Antibody levels in those 18 to 55, who got the booster are up more than fivefold compared to after a second dose. The levels are even higher for people over 65. Tokyo
Pfizer to Seek OK for 3rd Vaccine Dose; Shots Still Protect
"An official with drug maker Pfizer says the company will ask federal regulators next month to approve the administration of a third dose of its covert vaccine Fizer says early data suggests that if people receive a third dose of its vaccination there antibody levels will jump five to ten times higher than what they had with the second dose chief scientific officer Dr Mikhail Dalston says that could also help neutralize the delta variant but even if the FDA approves of third Kobe does that doesn't mean people will get boosters a vaccine expert at Vanderbilt University Dr William Schaffner says public health officials might prioritize getting protection to those who haven't gotten any shots he says the current two duo system has been effective for keeping people out of the hospital and tamping down on the variance I'm Jackie Quinn
Study Shows Mix-Match Method Boosts Immune Response of COVID-19 Jab
"An important and eagerly to study into co vaccines published his initial findings. This week the kamkoff trial run by the university of oxford has been looking at the effectiveness of mixing and matching between different cova jabs to see which works. Best for instance is a dose with astrazeneca's vaccine followed by an orange vaccine the jab. At least as good or even better than two doses of astrazeneca to find out matthew snipe recruited just shy of nine hundred over-fifties who included people with preexisting health conditions and members of ethnic minority groups. This study was commissioned back in december last year before we even knew vaccines. We're gonna be using but it was already anticipated that what what we had to vaccines. And what if the problem with supply at one of them could be then swap over there and completely station. 'cause his with the vaccine since all about looking see how we could make the immunization roll out and make it more robust to cope with any unexpected events. But when you did the study what did you. Measure measure the antibodies. And also t cells. The white blood cells that are unimportant on the immune system and the participants didn't know which vaccines they received. A a blinded study from that point of view. So that was really kinda good way of getting accurate data on what reactions they were experiencing and any safety concerns. They have uncritically. How long did you leave between the doses. Because that's the other issue isn't it. We've seen this go from one month when we first started rolling out vaccines to twelve weeks in order to maximize uptake quickly and then to be shrunk back to eight weeks for certain groups in the community again. Now what did you look at. That's right with being kind of thanked by this long when we plan to study with a full week into full and then as we're back to get going they got changed to make that up to eight to twelve weekend so for about half of participants getting vaccines at a full. We can devote an half receiving it a twelve week into so we get depressed. The whole broad range there and get an idea to save changing. The interval makes any difference in the interactions between the
"two dose" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"There's nowhere else to lay the bland saint greg. We have a couple of questions from listeners. Now and one of the questions. I particularly appreciate because i was going to ask you similar question myself so i'll start with my question and get to those two. I was talking to a collie last week. And she has a little boy who's a toddler and Had gotten an email from the daycare stating that one of the teachers had Was positive and that the child would need to be quarantined for fourteen days. And i thought. I didn't know number one that we were quarantining. A symptomatic individuals That tightly anymore but that perhaps it's my ignorance in number two that it would be for the entire fourteen days. If there was no evidence of cova d- can you tell me a little bit about what are the current quarantining guidelines. Yeah you know what we would do. In the case of an unimmunized person as we would not quarantine them for fourteen days unless they did have symptomatic illness if they were exposed in unvaccinated. We wouldn't test them. I usually around five to seven days. In those tests were negative we would no longer Quarantine number be worried about for that for your particular colleague. If they are fully immunized and a family member is not immunized. they don't have to quarantine now. The exception might be if somebody had immune compromise in the family. That would be a different story. If the person exposed unaffected was immuno-compromised. That would be a different story. So if someone is fully vaccinated and exposed they wouldn't need to quarantine is. This is one of the great advantages of being immunized. You're you're free from that now. Obviously if you develop symptoms that would be a different. If you were immuno compromise you might not have the same level of protection. We might play the little safer there. But if you're otherwise healthy and you've got into doses of vaccine and it's been fourteen or more days or fourteen more days after a single dose of the johnson..
"two dose" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"Us a little bit about what is causing that dramatic rise will. This is something. I paid a lot of attention to because what tends to happen in other areas tends to be a risk factor for happening in our own country. India's a little different of a situation but think of it this way. Think of all of the difficulties we've had here in the most developed an educated nation in the history of the world now transport that two nations that don't have the same level of economic and educational development that we have take a government in in india. That was warned just like we were the first way and thought were through. We don't have to worry about and has certainly not been the case. In addition they've had both because of elections and for religious holidays. They've had truly mass. Gatherings bet is like putting gasoline on the fire we call the pandemic and then lastly they are being subjected to bury. It's just like we are in in particular. It's it's terrible name for it. It's a misnomer but you'll hear the press calling the double mute. Well every every burien virus has you -tations in this case in the indian strain what what's been called the be one six one seven variant. There are two critical mutations along with eleven other nations. So this is what happens when people don't wear a mask and don't get vaccinated. That virus will just continue to transmit and multiply in gain new mutations making it more difficult to protect all of us and so they've experienced that in two of the mutations in that indian beria are particularly critical mutations so we will see that variant ear in the us as we have every variant. And and i wanna make an important point here. We are now entering the most dangerous phase of the pandemic people for people that have not been immunized or who are not fully immunized. This is the most dangerous point compared to any time in the pandemic and the reason for it is that we are now facing these highly transmissible variants. That haven't viral loads for five six times. Higher than the variant puck that circulated a year ago so this is really critical for nations and people to get sort of fixed in straight in their mind so that they can take the appropriate steps and protect themselves their families in their communities so the vaccine efforts made to go on absolutely and expand. And we're doing really well. That's good news in the. Us were doing really well with that from you. And it's incredible. How many people have gotten back sonate at the other side of according is the people who are not confident tour hesitant in vaccines and it's really a shame because in their particular tastes unless there's a medical contra-indication like an elax they're operating on fear about the vaccine and diminishing the risk of disease and as you and i as healthcare workers have seen one tragic family story after another where you know. The conclusion is. I guess we didn't take this seriously or this is what i hear over and over again. We didn't know it could lead to this and so all we can do is lead with keeble. Get good information. I hear people say all the time will. I don't know what to believe. Here's a stress test.
"two dose" Discussed on KCRW
"To prescribe you for nor feen, a drug that helps people with opioid addiction. NPR's Brian Mann reports. The move comes as drug overdose deaths are surging. Buprenorphine health people avoid opioid cravings and withdrawal symptoms that lead to relapses and overdoses. But red tape and extra training requirements mean few doctors prescribe it. Tom could airhead Samson, the federal agency focused on drug addiction. He says the rule change unveiled today will make it easier for physicians, nurse practitioners and other medical workers to offer the drug. If we want to make this an all hands on deck moment, we have to open this up to more people to be able to provide these life saving medications, researchers say. More than 90,000 Americans died from overdose deaths last year. Driven largely by the spread of the deadly opioid fentanyl. Brian Mann. NPR NEWS The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is expected to update its guidance today on wearing masks outdoors. The CDC already says masks may not be needed when people are outside and away from others or with people they live within home. The CDC is expected to relax the guidance further. Now that more than half of adults in the U. S. Have received at least one dose of a covert 19 vaccine. Today is the seventh straight day that India has confirmed more than 300,000 new Corona virus infections. It's the world's worst outbreak, and it's spreading to neighboring countries, too. As NPR's Lauren Frayer tells us from moon buying Nepal has confirmed its highest daily caseload since the pandemic began. The country's former king and his wife are among those who are sick. They caught the virus at a Hindu religious festival in neighboring India. Nepal is detected the same corona virus variant that's ravaging India. Hospitals are full and vaccine supplies are scant. NPR's Lauren Frayer reporting Hackers have allegedly stolen. It's trove of sensitive data from Washington, D. C S Police department. Self identified Cyber Punks are demanding a ransom before returning the information from member station W A. M. You. Callie Schweitzer has more. The data include police, disciplinary files and intelligence on gangs and cruise in D. C. Hackers are threatening to release the information if they don't receive a response within three days. The alleged cyber thieves appear to be part of a new Russian speaking RANSOMWARE group called Babak, According to software security company McAfee. Babak has already targeted several large firms, with one handing over $85,000 in response to the group's demands. In a statement, DC police say they're aware of a possible data theft and they're working with the FBI to investigate for NPR news. I'm Allie Schweitzer in Washington on Wall Street. The Dow is down 25 points at 33,956. NASDAQ is down more than 45 points. This is NPR news. Data for your listening to KCRW news. I'm Matt Gillam. Ah man suspected of committing three drive by shootings in the Exposition Park area of Los Angeles, two of them fatal, has reportedly died himself following a shootout with police on the 91 Freeway in Orange County. Wild series of events began with three successive car to car shootings around one A.m. near USC. One man was killed as he sat in his car in a Starbucks drive through then another man was killed a few blocks away, and yet another person was shot and injured nearby. Least began a chase with the suspect that lasted three hours. Authorities say he fired shots at officers during the pursuit and finally came to an end around four a.m. when police vehicles boxed in the suspect's SUV on the 91 freeway near the Fullerton Anaheim border. Shooting occurred at the location and several news outlets are now reporting the man being pursued was killed. There are no reports of officers being injured both directions of the 91 free We remain closed between Raymond Avenue and Harbor Boulevard. State officials say Organizers of the recall effort against Governor Gavin Newsom have gotten of the more than 1.6 million verified signatures needed to force a vote on the first term Democrat. It means an election is likely in the fall, where voters would face two questions. Should Newsome be recalled. And who would rip? You should replace him case Larry Parole has more The votes on the second question will only be counted. If more than half say yes to the first. Organizers of the recall effort have focused on Newsome's handling of the Corona virus pandemic. Criticizing his walk down measures is too restrictive. Ah, big Hall of the signatures came from Orange and Riverside counties. But recall backers failed to generate the same level of interest in L. A county, where the total number of signatures was much lower than the county size alone would suggest. Among the candidates vying for Newsome's job are businessman John Cox, who lost Newsom in 2018, former Sacramento representative Doug OC, former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner. The next phase of the process is a 30 Day window for people to ask to have their signatures withdrawn from the petition. If it goes forward, and Newsome survives the recall, they'll be up for re election in 2022 for KCRW unless repair L. Deep sea mission to map the number of barrels filled with the toxic chemical DDT near Catalina Island has revealed the situation is worse than researchers expected. Not only did they find tens of thousands of the containers, but the dump site was much larger than envisioned. Escapes into the star at Tree in reports California Senator Dianne Feinstein calls at one of the biggest environmental threats on the West Coast. Marine scientists scoured over more than 36,000 acres of the southern California coast, where a massive underwater toxic waste site has long been suspected. The exact location of the site, which dates back to World War two and the extent of how much was dumped. There wasn't known until now, with Sonic imaging researchers found more than 25,000 barrels, and what could be thousands more extending across an area the size of San Francisco. After being briefed on the expedition's findings, Senator Feinstein said the underwater mapping confirms her worst fears that the band chemical is impacting marine life and potentially public health, too. The long term repercussions and the extent of the exposure is still unknown. But the chemical has already been linked to cancer in sea lions, Feinstein says it's going to quote take the whole of government approach to solve the problem of this scale for KCRW, Antara Tron. Support for NPR comes from select quote. 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"two dose" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"About bad reaction. Second Dose. A nurse at Houston Methodist Hospital says she won't get vaccinated at all, even though she faces termination if she doesn't roll up a sleeve by June. 7th. Jennifer Bridges says she's still not sure shots are safe. I think our rights as human beings is more important than keeping that job. President Biden is expected to sign an executive order today requiring government contractors to pay their employees of minimum wage they can live on. House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. There's no precise White House accounting of how many employees of federal contractors make less than $15 an hour, But aides say the move will boost the wages of hundreds of thousands of people, mainly cafeteria staff, cleaning crews and maintenance workers. This executive order in keeping with a promise the president made when he first took office would boost the current minimum wage for contractors from 10 95 to $15 an hour and index it to inflation going forward. The 2020 census count shows the U. S population is shrinking toe levels unseen since the 19 thirties. The changing numbers mean some states will have less representation in Congress. Others will have more. Correspondent Ed O'Keefe. Attention shifts toe how states will redraw their congressional district ahead of next year's midterm elections. More dad expected to come later this year that will help state officials do that. Republicans have a huge advantage in this regard. Observers note that they're set to control congressional redistricting in 18 states. Compared to the Democrats. Seven California and New York will each lose a representative. Florida gains one Texas schemes to home prices in the U. S have shot up by the fastest pace in almost seven years, thanks to tight supply from a pandemic buying frenzy. Case. Shiller says Prices were up almost 12% in March from the year before. With Phoenix, San Diego and Seattle leading the.
"two dose" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Some of the side effects they had after that second dose. You have to wonder if that isn't some some, You know, influencing people? Yes, possible, You know, we I asked the White House yesterday why? They think there's about eight million people are five million people. 8% had missed that second dose. And they said, You know, there's a variety of reasons here that there's not one particular thing that they could say That's why And it will come of it. Some of it is like people have busy lives and that you know, they get it that you do one shot and then you go. Gosh, Something has happened over the next 3 to 4 weeks and you kind of just forget, or it becomes less convenient for you because of life. What they're trying to do is make it as convenient as possible. Get the first shot and then get the second shot and that's going to where people are. You know these mobile vaccination sites. Community health Center of Ah big expansion for pharmacies to try and get these shots out there on day naked where people are, as the president says, buying your shampoo buying your toothpaste, so it is easiest possible. They really feel that the convenience factor is what is holding people back for preventing them from following through and getting that necessary second shot. Maybe she's Karen Travers, joining us live on Wtmj, and then we're also going to get some new CDC guidelines as early as today about masking outdoors. Yeah, the president today and the CDC will be talking about new guidance on outdoor mask wearing White House is not confirming this just yesterday expectation, and certainly what the recommendation is from public health experts is you consent to ease some of those guidance guidelines on what you do outside that If you're walking your dog walking your kids to school, taking your spin around the neighborhood, stretch your legs. If you're vaccinated, that you wouldn't have to wear the mask now it's if you were in a large crowd of sporting event or a concert. Would still recommend that, But we'll hear from the CDC after 12 o'clock today, and also the administration going to see a little bit more about helping India where they're just getting crushed by Kobe and getting some vaccines to that nation. Yes. So you've got today accusing yesterday the president so to the prime minister of India on and said that the U. S. Is committed to working with India. To help them fight this covert 19 surge that they're seeing There s Oh, there's the administration given PP and therapeutics, rapid test and ventilators and then it's also given raw materials or is about to give raw materials to help India make their version of the AstraZeneca vaccine. Separately, the administration said yesterday that 60 million doses of AstraZeneca that we have here that can't be used because the FDA they haven't approved this yet, but the emergency use authorization in a couple Of weeks that can start getting shipped overseas. ABC ABC Is Karen Travers Live on Wtmj? Karen. Thank you so much. Thank you. 7 26 time Now for news about your money. Here's Tony Drake with the WTMJ Kraken Associates. Market. Update first quarter earnings season will kick into high gear today, with key companies such as Alphabet, Microsoft, Starbucks and the MD reporting after the bell so far, with about a third of the S and P 500 companies reporting their numbers. 84% of the company's have turned him positive earnings surprises. However, stock moves have been relatively muted following the strong results, with the market standing at record levels with high valuations game stock stock jumped 12% in after hours trading after the video game, retailers said it sold 3.5 million additional shares, raising 551 million to speed up the company's e commerce, transformation. The S and P five 100 entire to close it. Another record on Monday, while the tech heavy NASDAQ climbed 1000.9%.
"two dose" Discussed on KOMO
"Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM, 97 7 and Good Evening I'm Rick fantasize ELISA Jaffe With the day off our editor, Jeremy. Greater Technical Direction from painter. Web headlines. Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney will keep her position as the chair of the House Republican Conference. Members called her leadership into question after she voted to impeach former President Trump. Trader Joe's, saying it will temporarily raise pay for all its employees across the U. S. In response to a recently passed mandate in Seattle, requiring large grocery stores to increase pay by $4 an hour for its front line workers during the Corona virus pandemic mass vaccinations against Cove in 19 continue. Thousands got their first shot, but is there enough vaccine supply to handle the second shot? We got to come was Keith Eldridge. You talked about this with Stephanie Dunkel of the become a Pierce County Health department. This is a two part process depending on the vaccine you get. If it's Fizer, you need the second shot within three weeks. Madonna. It's four weeks. So since this group of people a 65 and older and some younger households started getting vaccinated on January, 18th, the governor set the new phase in motion. It means that very first people are going to need their Fizer booster shot the second dose on Monday. But is the supply going to be there? Is there a guarantee, though, that people will definitely get their second dose on that. D Yeah, we're hearing that from our state and federal partners. If there's anything that comes up will certainly be communicating with our individuals. But We have been receiving our second dose allocations when we need them. So we're on, Frank. You don't have the second dose is in hand. Right now. You're you're planning on them being received from the federal government and the state? Correct? Yes, And I've saved Department of athletes, those allocation efforts and the state Department of Health issue this statement. We are committed to Ensuring there is a second dose of covert 19 vaccine for everyone who gets there. First Dose. Second doses are allocated in ordered separately from first doses, and they're sent directly to the provider University Washington Medicine says that they are guaranteeing that the 1st and 2nd dose is there going to be administered. They have the second dose is ready to go, however, they say, because of the short supply. They're canceling for right now. Any more appointments for that first dose? They're going to put it on Pause. All right. Thank you, Keith. That's come. Most Keith Eldridge, experts are debunking myths going around on social media about the Koven 19 vaccine and infertility. Many soon to be. Moms are also wondering if it's safe for them. The closer look now with Cuomo's Tammy Matassa social media has been getting flooded with comments and concerns about the covert 19 vaccine and infertility like this one from Sam saying. Nurse said work was arguing about how the covert vaccine causes infertility. I'm so tired, Dr Elizabeth Meat from Swedish Hospital is debunking the myths. There's very little even plausible, scientific way that this could cause infertility, experts say. Rather, the FDA cleared both the Visor and Madonna vaccines for women of childbearing age to use. Although pregnant women were not included in the vaccine trials, a few dozen who participated, became pregnant and continued in the trials with no safety issues for pregnant people. We don't have any evidence to suggest that it's not safe, and if you're at high risk of coveted which pregnant people are we think you should really consider it and talk with your doctor about it. You dope, head of allergy and infectious diseases Doctor and a walled cites a new study just last week. Those are very nice study showing that the risk of severe disease and death is higher and pregnant versus non pregnant women. Which leads us to this next question soon to be moms have on their mind. Amy asked us what phase are pregnant people in to get the vaccine. The Department of Health told US in Washington face one B Tier three includes people 16 years and older with two or more of these co morbidity, ease or underlying conditions, but officials add if pregnancy is your only underlying condition. You might have to wait until phase to the health Department as a people who are pregnant may also be eligible for other reasons that earlier tears So if you have any more questions, though, free to reach out to me, Abby a Cockney or common news, Alright, Thank you. Tammy. Tammy Matanza Reporting it is 6 20 Jim.
"two dose" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Huge increase in second doses that are being administered. Once you hit the second dose, and you give it about a week afterwards of 7 to 10 days, protection against infections like 95%. The clock is ticking toward kickoff of Super Bowl 55 between the Buccaneers and the Chiefs. And along with football related questions. A lot of people are no doubt asking about security and safety. Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronis Ter says his department has a lot of responsibility, including security at one buck place that along with over 19 and a lot of the events being be located on water you can imagine by Lands, Land, sea and air. It's It's quite expensive plan that we have in place Chronis tres reminding people there's a no drone zone and a 30 Mile no fly zone around Raymond James Stadium. Freeze warnings are in effect across central Florida for the second night in a row. The warnings will go into effect from north of the Metro Orlando area, northern Brevard County and from pollution Toe Lake County. Until Thursday morning, temperatures will tumble into the low thirties for most of the area in the overnight hours, with northern counties seeing temperatures dip in The twenties with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. This is a Bloomberg money minute if you could buy it online. We've been doing that for close to a year now, and we're seeing more evidence of how that's benefiting companies that make it easier. Papal profit tripled last quarter and what the company called its strongest quarter ever. 16 million people who didn't use PayPal before the holiday quarter signed up for new active accounts. Venmo active accounts rose by a third as well. EBay to saw its profits jump and Wall Street likes that it sees more of the same coming this quarter, not the same success for Grubhub. The company spent more on marketing and on trying to help its clients, the restaurant struggling through the pandemic. Reported the loss for last quarter, although sales grew by close to half. If Qualcomm is right, A lot of us will be buying new smartphones this year. It is the biggest maker of chips for smartphones and counts Apple and Samsung his customers, It's He's a lot of sales from people looking to spend on five G iPhones on Wall Street today, a pause after this week's rally, the Dow Rose 36. The NASDAQ fell to the S and.
"two dose" Discussed on KOMO
"Next shipment comes in, take care of the people that are about due for their second and then give more to the first. I think you can accelerate it without necessarily dramatically delaying the second dose. I mean, if you miss it by a few days to a week or two. I don't think that's a big problem is, the CDC says I'd be concerned about the laying it for three months or so. What do you make of that data, though, on the AstraZeneca vaccine that delaying the second dose a bit, maybe even more effective? Yeah, but that's a different vaccine. Dear George, you've got to be careful because you're dealing with different vaccine platforms. The data that we have for the vaccine that we're giving out right now from oh, Donna and fires a David, We have a solid for 21 days with Fiza for the second dose and 28 days. We know just from immunology in general, that a little flexibility on either end of that is not gonna be a big deal. However, if you delay it longer, you don't know whether or not the efficacy is going to be maintained over a period of time, and you don't know how low it's going to go. Finally, sir, there's this concern that the Super Bowl is gonna become another super spreader event. Well, I hope not, George, I believe that they're trying to keep people separated enough in the stands wearing masks, so they don't have that proximity. If you abide by the 54 or five things that you and I have been talking about for a long time. Continually wearing a mask, universally wearing a mask, physical distance, avoid congregate settings and if you're outdoors and your several feet apart, 678 10 ft. You could be OK,.
"two dose" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"1.5 News. A waiting list for a first dose of the vaccine is months long if you could even get an appointment for many getting scheduled for the sex Windows has been just is difficult. And now with the storm, many of the appointments that were canceled this week we're for that second dose. State health officials are scrambling to figure it out, but had few answers. On Monday, White House medical advisor Dr Anthony Fauci knows vaccine doses are scarce. In some states like New Jersey have been holding back some for the second doses. But he's urging states to get his many people vaccinated with their first shot as quickly as possible to try and stop the virus from mutating if a person is ready for their second dose. That person will be prioritized if a person has not gotten their first dose. But you've taken care of all of the second dose people. Then you go ahead with the first dose. New Jersey is setting aside all of the extra vaccine coming from the federal government for second dose is a new federal mask mandate goes into effect today, but in New Jersey you won't notice much of a difference. The executive order from President Joe Biden, similar to the one governor Murphy and acted at the start of the pandemic masks are now required on any federal property in virtually every form of transportation, including ride share. Your kids back in school. Yet with the year and holidays in the rear view mirror more New Jersey students governor Murphy says, are heading back to school. We continue to see the trend moving as we had expected away from all remote instruction and towards some form of in person instruction, whether it be schools moving to a hybrid model. Returning toe all in person instruction, Murphy says 470 School district's now offer a hybrid schedule up by 56 District's last week. Jersey one on 1.5 news time. 5 12 Winter Weather alert coverage continues when we get an extended look at the forecast with Dan because this nose gonna continue for a little bit yet and then is there more on the way? Have the forecast and recap our top stories. Next. Wherever the road takes you in their jersey take us along. Stay safe with fast traffic and instant weather every 15 minutes on New Jersey one a 1.5 Yeah. This week at Macy's Get 22 65% off Great Valentine's Day gifts They're sure to love Give them something amazing from the happy diamond and gemstone collections now 60 to 65% off..
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"To doing in person events in 2021 Kelly Blier CAMO NEWS, a new poll finds January is especially tough for a lot of small businesses check. Castro runs Communications for reliable, the small business networking company that conducted the study. He says 34% of all small businesses in Washington state reported they couldn't pay January Rent. 62% of gym owners and 50% of restaurant and bar owner said that there rant went on pain. Many of them are afraid if they don't get the new round of P P p funding soon. They might have to close and not just closed temporarily closed permanently, He says. A lot of small business owners are fighting to keep the lights on until May or June. That's when they're hopeful federal relief will be offered and that the vaccine start to make a real difference in the outbreak still to come on coma with covert The risk of complications is much higher for you. I'm Carleen Johnson. Results of a new study first, though a history making higher in the NFL. Cuomo's Bill Swartz has the story of the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. The National Football League has only three African American head coaches and teams have been striving for more diversity. Today. The Washington football team made Jennifer King the first black woman assistant coach in the league, that we struggles and difficulties, But if it's something that you really want, you have to find a way to get it done and not take no for an answer. King speaking with a B C's Good Morning America, multiple sources tell us the Seahawks will make l. A Rams assistant Shane Waldron, their offensive coordinator. He grew up in the Portland area has been directly involved with quarterback Jared Gone from the Rams passing game two nights after an arrest on suspicion of felony assault, domestic violence. They Seahawks have waived offensive lineman Chad Wheeler, the King County prosecutor reviewing the incident with Wheeler allegedly beating his girlfriend. The athletic today reports former Washington Husky goalkeeper Spencer Richie will sign on with the Seattle Sounders and after a hot eight no start. The Washington State Cougar men's basketball team has lost six of US last seven. Woz, who plays it. Colorado tonight Sports A 10 and 40 After the hour Bill Swerts Come on, is come on news time 6 11 well after hearing about a man driving from Oklahoma to Washington in order to receive the covert vaccine. The Washington State Department of Health confirming there is no residency requirement to get the medicine comas Brian Calvert, with the update. With each state getting a different allotment of vaccine based on population and current needs. It was easy to assume that if you live in Washington, you need to be vaccinated in Washington. Not so, says Shelby Anderson, a spokesperson for the Washington State Department of Health. In an email to comb Oh, she writes, all mass vaccination site locations are open to anyone eligible for vaccine no matter where they reside. That's how 84 year old Dwayne Red Burger of Oklahoma recently got the vaccine in the tri cities. He drove for 2.5 days and got his vaccine. On Monday. He plans to stay with the daughter in the tri cities until it's time for a second dose. And this may just be the beginning. Remember in Oregon? You have to be 80 to be eligible for the vaccine. It's very likely seniors they're desperate to get vaccinated will start booking the limited appointments we have here. Brian Calvert camo news. Being pregnant during a pandemic is scary, and when it comes to the vaccine, there's some conflicting advice for expectant moms come most Carleen Johnson with a close up. Just this week, the World Health Organization advised pregnant women against getting the vaccine, saying with it. Being fast tracked and pregnant women not being part of any early studies. It's not a good idea, but that is not the advice coming from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists who say being vaccinated for covert 19 is a lot safer than getting the disease. If you're pregnant,.
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"A lot of people interested in our conversation with Dr Cara Chris coming up in about 12 about 30 minutes from right now. Talked with Dr Crist about the state of the vaccines. And there are a lot of people reaching out frustrated that they're not able to get through to get their second dose of the vaccine Couple of different things about this. There's county sites there state sites, but all in all people frustrated that it's not easier now. Everything we've heard about getting the dosage and getting things done once you're there. Has been seamless, but it's getting in. That is frustrating people. So Dr Christa's always willing to talk about these things, and we'll try to clarify everything we can about how and when you can get that second dose with Dr Parra Crist Exclusively here on the mic broom head show coming up at 10 35. So please make it a point to be here. Before we get there a couple of things to talk about. I'm gonna know about schools in a moment because the CDC has now released the study definitively saying where it's safest for kids to be right now. And we'll see how the school district's get around this, the ones that don't want to open. But let's start with a higher minimum wage. Everybody out there wants to make more money, and I will tell you as an employer. I wanted to pay my employees as much as I could. If I had people that were loyal, and we're good workers. I wanted them Torun, a good living Um, one of the I think misconceptions from people is that business owners are Ebony's air. Scrooge can't put another call on the fire. I guess you want tomorrow off for Christmas. I guess you're gonna want me to pay you for that. And that's really just not the way business owners are, but they are a slave to the bottom line. There's no doubt about that they are. They have to answer that question. Um Uh, they have to answer that question. Every single day. They've got the answer to that bottom line. So in a $15 hour minimum wage, and according to the study, what economists believe in arbitrarily raising that minimum wage, especially now with what's going on with Cove, it So the Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, argued last week before a finance committee that raising the federal minimum wage from 7 25 to $15 an hour would have a very minimal impact. On the overall employment. Every other bit of research says exactly the opposite. You're talking about losing millions of jobs. 3.7 is the prediction by 3.7 Million additional jobs lost by 2025 if you raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour And so Joe Biden, the president has included a proposal to raise the federal minimum wage in his coronavirus relief package. So I want you to think about this. And I guess political leanings shouldn't matter. But I'm making this political, I guess is that Joe Biden in this in this package and what he wants to do here in America. He wants to make gasoline more expensive, which is going to hurt the individual. But I'm talking specifically what this will do to small businesses. Wants to raise the price of gasoline through taxation. And through restrictions because they have been very, very restrictive and are being very restrictive, with permits for drilling now on private land and are in public lands and in the water. They are ending these leases. They are ending the pipeline. They are again putting heavy restrictions on the fossil fuel industries in general, and we're going to begin every one of us will begin paying more money for a price for a gallon of gasoline. What that will do. A small businesses to have vehicles on the road is raised their cost of doing business. Ah lot. And then on top of that, They're going to now raise taxes on people that make $400,000 a year. Which is small businesses. If you are what they call a pass through corporation and LLC, things of that nature. This is going to affect you as well. Now, on top of that, they want to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour Well, You can't drive a vehicle without gasoline in it. So you're gonna have to eat that tax increase and that gas price increase. You have two without a doubt, You're going to have to pay your income taxes. There's no way around that you don't cheat the IR s because they will find you. The only area that you have any control of in this arena is how many people you hire. And one of the things in this study that it shows is that small businesses are the ones that get hit the hardest that employ the fewest people. So if you have to pay all of your employees $15 an hour You're going to get rid of a first You're unskilled labor, so the very people out there that are making 7 25 an hour in a minimum wage job. Or maybe they're making 10 bucks an hour in a low skilled position with a company. You're now gone. That's why you lose 3.7 million jobs. The idea of people making more money is admirable and everybody wants it. But to just arbitrarily say you must pay somebody. It's going. It's going to Jack the cost of goods and services. So the people making that minimum wage you're not going to see their lives improve because the cost of living is going to go up. Because the cost of goods and services are going to go up and you are going to see a lot more a lot more people going to autumn ization. You are going to see robots and kiosks. And you were going to see much more of that in the future because they don't have to pay them a dime. They will pay the cost of maintenance. They won't have to pay overtime. They won't have to pay a salary. They won't have to pay employees taxes. They won't have to pay benefits. They won't have to pay any of that. And you will be seeing more and more machines in fast food restaurants in retail scenarios and settings. It's just going to happen. So everybody that they are trying to help. They're going to hurt. And it doesn't matter what the deep with the What the data says in their mind. Ideologically, 7 25 is not enough in our so we're gonna force employers to pay more money, and that's going to solve a problem, which it is not going to do. The last thing I'll say Here's the headline. Biden continues. Fossil Fuel CRACKDOWN plans to suspend new oil drilling permits on federal land reports sense This is going to we worked very hard as a nation to become energy, independent and becoming energy independent, his German gas prices down to a very low number affordable to everyone..
"two dose" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"The U. S s seen at least 220,000 confirmed new cases. Of covert 19. And the death toll this week stands at over 23,000. As you can see, just divide that number by seven. And that's over 3000 Day. Those grim numbers come as the nation's vaccine distribution program is becoming increasingly chaotic and a new, more contagious strain of the virus. Threatens to fuel yet another surge of cases. So joining me now? Latest on what we can expect this Dr Anthony Fauci Hui, president elect Joe Biden's chief medical advisor on covert 19 into In addition to his usual duties. Dr Fauci welcome back to meet the press. So let me start with the plane up the vaccine question, which is There was this announcement. President elect Biden Call's for releasing all of the stockpile. The Trump administration agrees. And all of a sudden there's no stockpile. Where was this? A miscommunication was this? Ah, bigger error. What is the explanation here? You know, I'm not exactly sure, Chuck, but I would I tried and I think successfully sorted that out. I had a conversation. With General Purna last night and again this morning. And I think there was just a misunderstanding. In the beginning when it wasn't quite clear about what the Caden says. He calls it of the rolling out of doses would be there was a lot of caution. So they wanted to make sure that everyone who got the first dose got a second dose on time. So when doses were released Unequal amount was kept back to make sure that if there was any glitches in the in the supply flow that the people who got there first doses would clearly get their second doses. After a couple of cycles when it became clear At the cadence of the of the flow of doses was really going to be consistent and reliable. The decision was made instead of just giving enough for the first dose and holding back. For the second dose that as soon as they got the doses available, they would give it because now they would have confidence that the next amount they would get. They've been have enough at least to give everybody the second dose. And then some to give the first dose. All right. So you look you oversee vaccine creation, So I'm curious on the manufacturing aspect of things. The president elect, Biden has promised to invoke the DP a. The Defense production act on the vaccine manufacturing process. Will that help in the short term or is that something that will we won't see the benefits of that until the summer? Well, you know, I could tell you one thing. That's clear is that the issue of getting 100 million doses in the first 100 days is it is absolutely a doable thing. What the What the president elect is going to do is where it need be to invoke the D P A. To get the kinds of things we need. Whatever they may be, be, they test me they vaccines or what have you, in other words to just not be hesitant to use whatever mechanisms we can To get everything on track and in the flow that he predict, But the feasibility of his goal is is absolutely clear. There's no doubt about that that that can be done. The guidelines that various state and local authorities are using to distribute the vaccine. Clearly, they were a bit too strict if we're finding ourselves throwing away vaccine Have we'd do you feel as if that has changed enough so that we're not gonna be throwing away vaccine? Yeah,.
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"Who relied on veteran leadership to carry out the messaging throughout the practice week. It's always great to have veteran leadership, especially for guys that are gonna go out and play for the first time in a playoff game, the Packers will not have defensive lineman Kingsley Kiki, who remains of the concussion protocol. As for the Rams quarterback Jared Goff is just two weeks removed from thumb surgery on his throwing hand over and over hitting it. There is a slice or miss, but nothing that's hindering me. Anyway. Greg Nancy WTMJ Sport. Our coverage begins at noon with WTMJ is opening drive kickoff scheduled for 3 35, the same storm system that brought snow and rain Thursday night, bringing another round of precipitation tonight. Storm Team four meteorologist Ryan got her tells Wisconsin's afternoon news. There could be 1 to 2 inches of accumulation. I would just leave it because it's going to be 37 degrees again. Tomorrow afternoon. It's gonna melt, and it's just the slushy stuff. As for today's playoff game temperature should be in the thirties windshields in the twenties. With Wisconsin's current health care emergency for the covert 19 pandemic ending next week. Governor Evers says he will extend it with a new order maintaining the statewide mass and our requirement for another 60 days as we continue to work undistributed vaccines across his face. State health officials say there were 2269 new cases Friday, as well as 32 new deaths. City of Milwaukee's Health Department has returned to order 4.2 for its response plan to Cova 19. That means the over 800 restaurants and bars with health safety plans can operate with 50% capacity. As for those metrics, testing has returned to the green category. All others are in the yellow veterans who are enrolled with the Milwaukee Eva and its medical clinics and are also the age 65 older can now receive the covert 19 vaccine. The Milwaukee V. A medical center will be administering up to 500 shots a day through Monday at their walk in Clint. Sick veterans will need to be able to schedule a second dose.
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"In Massachusetts hospitalizations or a 22 119 with 451 patients. In I C U leaders of Operation Warp Speed, announcing some new guidelines in an effort to get more people vaccinated for covert. 19th and Human services Secretary Alex Cesar says the U. S will no longer hold back doses of vaccines. We are releasing the entire supply we have for order by states. Rather than holding second doses in physical reserve. Previously, only half the doses available initially went out while the other half was held back to ensure there would be supply for the second dose. A's are also says states should begin moving forward with vaccinating anyone over 65 those under 65 with pre existing conditions. Marco Malard, ABC News Governor Charlie Baker talking about vaccines today and says the development of a vaccine is critical and attacking this virus. These vaccines are safe and effective. Millions of doctors, nurses and health care workers are getting vaccinated across our country. This'd a huge step forward in our fight, and we're progressing through our vaccine plan. As we had hoped we would. In fact, we'll be ready to move on to the next phase of our distribution plan in the coming days, which is our Congress care community. Governor, also announcing today that Gillette Stadium will serve as the first mass covert vaccination site in the Commonwealth. First Doses will start on Thursday for staff that are doing first responded vaccinations. The facility will then open for first responders next Monday, administering 300 shots a day with the hope of getting toe nearly 5000 shots per day. Five await after Wall Street, Andrew All day is at Bloomberg, not the biggest of gains today, but gains across the board. Nonetheless, game is a game right. Modest increase for stock indexes today is rising oil prices boosted energy shares and traders cheer the stepped up vaccine rollout. Now, added. 69 Stack up 36 S and P 500 up to Wal Mart is joining the ever growing list of companies suspending political donations following the riots after the closing. Bell, the world's largest retailer, says it's holding political contributions specifically to the lawmakers who voted against certifying the election results. Other companies, which have stopped some or all political donations following the riots include Amazon, a TNT, Coca Cola four g E. Goldman Sachs, Intel, Microsoft ups, and the list goes on. Angelo Day. Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ.
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"Taken the position that they were going to hold back supplies so that there would be a sufficient number of vaccines for a second dose. The Biden administration is saying that if necessary, they will use the Defense Production act in order to produce additional vaccine if it is needed for a second dose. But their immediate concern is releasing all available supplies boxes, David Lee Miller of more than 21 Million doses distributed. So far, those states have only administered about six million Americans listening to Fox News. From the Mars Nissan Traffic Center authorities in Pinellas County and finally cleared this crash heading south of Mike Moment Booth Road at Sunset Point Road Traffic is back up to speed here. We're still seeing high winds on the sunshine Skyway Bridge to take it easy if you're traveling that way. We're seeing the so go to in Tampa, heading west on I four from 22nd Street to the downtown interchange south on I 75 at Gibson's and drive. You might find some delays from reports of an injury accident there. Paige Correra NEWS radio w F L A Gusty northwesterly winds will bring in cooler and drier air for the weekend. It's all behind last night's cold front for the next few hours. Temperatures will hold steady in the upper sixties but will drop quickly into the fifties this evening and to near 47 degrees by Saturday morning temperature stay cold over the weekend despite seeing a lot more sunshine highs on Saturday only near 60 degrees Sunday morning. We'll start out in the low forties and only top out near 63. I'm Max defender. Eight. Meteorologists demand a Holly. If your relationship.
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"The World Health Organization is now saying that a second dose of the Fizer by on tech covert 19 vaccine can be delayed in what it calls exceptional circumstances. Ideally, the second dose should come within 3 to 4 Weeks has recommended. CBS news Medical expert Dr David Eggers says that would seem to go against the medical trials trial was designed It was thought that the sooner we can get two full immunity, the better, but it did not take into account the fact that we have a limited number of vaccines. The data show that you get probably 60 or a little bit more percent of immunity with that first shot so that can protect many people from getting severe illness and being in a hospital. And so he is in favor of this policy change if it means that more people can get vaccinated. This is a very important step from the World Health Organization in terms of public health. And I think it makes a lot of sense. Certainly, the hope is is that we get more people vaccinated and stop the spread of this virus and the creation of new variants, which are obviously of immediate and long term concerns as more people get those shots cos they're thinking about bringing them back into the office. But what if we don't want to come back? It looks like Americans have gotten used to working from home in their PJs, according to a new study from Resume and job consulting service, Live career nearly 30% of working Professional say they would quit their jobs if they couldn't continue working remotely. 61% of white collar workers want to work from home indefinitely. The biggest reasons flexibility, improved work, life balance safety and increase productivity, least. Matteo CBS News So there It is a secure in that camp, right, Dave? That means we can keep you forever. I have to say, you know, being here and you know, having my spare parts nearby and all my backup systems. Yeah, Yeah, The idea that I can go kiss my babies during commercial breaks has been the game changer for May. It keeps me going. I'm completely alone. Nobody wakes up here is early. Why do you say you were a different points in our life? I think yes, I think we are. The new legislative session starts Monday. A And as we've been telling you, police accountability is going to be a top priority for state lawmakers. Some of the new proposals were unveiled yesterday, including three bills being proposed by a long time law enforcement officer. Here's Kyra Radios Hannah Scott. Democratic State representative John Lovett has risen quickly in his time in the Legislature. But before that, he had a full career of the State Patrol and served us the Snohomish County sheriff. Now he will also sponsor a trio of bills aimed at preventing tragedies like the death of George Floyd and increasing transparency and policing. First bill requires cops to intervene if they see fellow officers using excessive force and when force is used to render aid to that victim at the very first safe opportunity, and the idea is to make sure that if we haven't it's a situation involving offices that they know they know the difference between right and wrong. They see an officer doing something. They need to intervene to make sure that we're not just standing around like we saw officers doing when George Floyd was murdered, that officers need to step up and say it's time to stop and stop an officer that that might get a little bit emotional and get a little bit carried away, and that's the idea behind it. And and, you know accountable, Make sure that we have some accountability that they'll also requires officers to report other cops for any violation of policy. I wondered if that might erode trust internally among the rank and file. You know, I'm sure that it in some cases it will. But I think that we could also use what I refer to as my sweeties trust through transparency. When I was patrolling. I made sure that I told the officers that I supervise that If you see something, we're not having them go out there and look for things. But just help your officer out. Make sure that you tell him that it's time to back off neighbor. We've gone a little bit too far. That's probably something that should have happened in many cases in other cases, but in particular with George Floyd, just simply step in and say it's time and and officers need to know that you have the back, but you have the back it both ways. By making sure you protect them. But you also need to protect the community. He also stresses 99.9% of our officers are outstanding and they want to be held accountable. They don't want to work with that offices. And it just simply says that if you see an officer doing something that's inappropriate, misbehaving assed, violating the rules, the laws that you just simply have to intervene and stop him and then follow up with the report. Absolutely what we hope to do, and most officers do that now, But we want to make sure that the accountability piece is there and it told them accountable. Another bill has to do with what's known as the Brady list. It basically says that if an officer eyes is involved in a level of misconduct that you develop a list And he go here. She goes on that list if it impacts his or her credibility, and that list is created so that it's provided when he or she has to testify in court, or, if he issued applies for another agency. He is she is on that list. It doesn't mean that they won't get hired. If they try and apply it. Another agency. It doesn't mean that they won't be believed in court. But the list is there to say to the To the prosecutor will tell the defense attorney that this person has had some credibility issues and there are the offices are on that list. The list is something prosecutors hang onto. To be sure officers they put on the stand don't have credibility issues. This bill would make sure that that information gets out to more people, including other departments that may hire that officer something that that doesn't always happen. No, it does not happen, and and and unfortunately in some cases, an officer could Could could have some credibility issues. He could resign and go to another department. And if if, if the agent said that he is applying what doesn't have that available it make sure that that agency has to check to see if that officer is on that on a Brady list anywhere doesn't mean they won't hire him, but they need to know that he is on that list. A third bill is about strengthening what came with I 9 40 as far as independent investigations, which Required under I 9 40 had no language that provided an actual oversight body to ensure departments were doing real independent investigations and deadly use of force cases. Under this bill, I think with my 9 40. We all discovered this. It did a lot of good things, but there really was not a lot of accountability written into it. I know there was a piece there that we needed to To do Data Collection Bag Data collection, talking about collection on use of force. We didn't get that. And then we tried to get it in the last session, But we didn't We will pass it this year. But it will just strengthen the accountability piece. And I 9 40. That oversight would now come from the state auditor. I know there's a big question is why the state order to I think if you look at the work that our state auditor does I see the sea the order to involved in a lot of things. That would be the office to handle these things, and I There's a lot of credibility in that office asked Lovett. What he would have thought of these bills back when he was a cop. It would cause me pause. I don't think it would have caused me the pause, probably as county sheriff, but I think I would have Would have paused slightly, but we're in a different time. Right now. We're seeing things in a different way. We are training our offices. There's better training. We're doing a lot of things that we have wanted to do. I think Then I probably would have felt differently. But I think not with what I know. Now I can clearly understand that we have to do have better community relations and accountability with our community. Love. It may be among the most important voices as police accountability efforts make their way through the Legislature. It's not only a long time law enforcement officer but a man of color his advice to those officers out there right now who feel under attack. I would tell them to remember the oath that they took. Remember the work that they do remember that people need them to do the great work that they do. People want them out there, keeping them safe in their homes on the streets and protecting the kids in their community To do that, you have to do with what honor you have to do it with dignity, and you have to do it with integrity, with integrity, being at the absolute top of the list. Areas. Hannah Scott, It is a 23 and time for Kyra, Go. Real time traffic.