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Under fire, US officials say monkeypox can still be stopped

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Under fire, US officials say monkeypox can still be stopped

"Hi Mike Ross Reporting under fire U.S. officials say monkeypox can still be stopped Top Biden administration health officials said Thursday the monkeypox outbreak in the U.S. can still be stopped but cases continue to rise and the administration is being criticized about the pace of the response Even as federal leaders announced plans to distribute 780,000 shots of the two dose giant Eos vaccine health departments in San Francisco New York and Washington D.C. said they don't have enough shots to meet demand As of Wednesday the CDC said there were more than 4600 reported monkeypox cases in the U.S. and federal health officials expect the numbers to rise The monkey pox virus mainly spreads through skid on skin contact but it can also transmit through touching linens used by someone with the infection Mike Gracia Washington

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 US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

US regulators clear way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments

"U.S. regulators have cleared the way for more monkeypox vaccine shipments to the United States I am Lisa dwyer with the latest U.S. officials say thousands more doses of the monkeypox vaccine could soon begin shipping from a Bavarian Nordic plant in Denmark The Food and Drug Administration says it has completed a required inspection of the overseas plant where the two dose shots are manufactured and onsite inspection is required before vaccines from a new plant can be cleared The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends the vaccine for people who have already been exposed to the virus and their presumed contacts That includes men who have recently had sex with men at parties or in other gatherings in cities where monkeypox cases have been identified I'm Lisa

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Pfizer hopes to submit little-kid vaccine data by early June

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Pfizer hopes to submit little-kid vaccine data by early June

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Sanofi, GSK to seek authorization for COVID-19 vaccine

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Sanofi, GSK to seek authorization for COVID-19 vaccine

"Two drug makers working on a new covert vaccine say they plan to ask US and European health regulators to approve their formula to fight the virus drug maker Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline say they're seeking regulatory approval after human testing finds their vaccine offers protection against Kobe eight nineteen about fifty eight percent effective in preventing overall infection and even better seventy five percent effective in preventing moderate to severe disease after two doses the companies say the evolving epidemiology of this pandemic demonstrates the need for a variety of vaccines the United States European Union Canada and other countries have already signed agreements for millions of doses of this new Sanofi Glaxo Smith Kline vaccine hi Jackie Quinn

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UK lifts all testing requirements for vaccinated travelers

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

UK lifts all testing requirements for vaccinated travelers

"Vaccinated travelers can now into Britain without taking any corona virus tests of the government scrapped one of the final restrictions imposed over the past two years in response to cope with nineteen we just residents and visitors who had at least two doses of an approved coronavirus vaccine now only need to fill out a passenger locate to form before traveling to the U. K. those who are unvaccinated still have to take tests but before I'm off to arriving but no longer need to self isolate until they get a negative result airlines and other travel firms have hailed the change as a lifeline after two years of severely constricted travel the government says the U. K. now has one of the most free flowing borders in the world a clear message that will open for business Charles de Ledesma London

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Pfizer Vaccine for Kids Under 5 Could Come Fast. Should Parents Wait?

The Larry Elder Show

01:08 min | 6 months ago

Pfizer Vaccine for Kids Under 5 Could Come Fast. Should Parents Wait?

"Pfizer is expected to ask for emergency use for a vaccine for toddlers. Pfizer is expected to ask the FDA to authorize its COVID vaccine for children under 5 as early as today. CNN has just confirmed this first reported by the Washington. Meanwhile, on another show on CNN, one of their medical experts says, what are you talking about? What are you smoking? Well, I'm ambivalent right now, John, which is not something that I'd ever thought that I would say about vaccines for under 5 year olds. I'm the mom of two little kids under 5. I can't wait until they are vaccinated, but I would wait until we find that the vaccines are safe and effective. And I'm not sure that we can say that at the moment because we just don't have the data. Now, I definitely understand the urgency. Since when have they needed data? That many parents are feeling, and I can also understand the point of view that, hey, if three doses are being studied in two doses, will give you some level of protection and the vaccine is safe, then why not give it? Maybe some parents will make that choice, but I also think that other parents would want to wait until we know that three doses will produce the intended effect.

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Pfizer asks FDA to allow COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Pfizer asks FDA to allow COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5

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AP source: US urges Pfizer to apply for under-5 COVID shots

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

AP source: US urges Pfizer to apply for under-5 COVID shots

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Sens. Warren and Booker test positive for breakthrough COVID

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Sens. Warren and Booker test positive for breakthrough COVID

"Two two senators senators say say they've they've tested tested positive positive for for coalbed coalbed nineteen nineteen senators senators Elizabeth Elizabeth Warren Warren and and Cory Cory Booker Booker describe describe their their symptoms symptoms as as mild mild saying saying they they have have been been fully fully vaccinated vaccinated with with two two doses doses and and a a booster booster warrants warrants say say she's she's regularly regularly tested tested and and turned turned up up negative negative for for Colbert Colbert nineteen nineteen last last week week she she was was at at the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol last last week week along along with with other other senators senators as as Democrats Democrats seek seek to to pass pass president president Biden's Biden's build build back back better better social social environment environment bill bill Booker Booker says says he's he's sure sure he'd he'd be be doing doing much much worse worse if if you you were were not not fully fully vaccinated vaccinated my my camp camp in in Washington Washington

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Pfizer says COVID booster offers protection against omicron

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Pfizer says COVID booster offers protection against omicron

"Pfizer Pfizer has has announced announced a a booster booster shot shot of of its its could could nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine may may protect protect against against the the new new Omicron Omicron variant variant Pfizer Pfizer and and its its partner partner by by on on tech tech to to be be interesting interesting how how will will vaccine vaccine produced produced antibodies antibodies that that neutralize neutralize only only called called in in lab lab dishes dishes they they found found significant significant weakening weakening off off to to the the standard standard two two doses doses but but a a booster booster dose dose increased increased antibody antibody levels levels by by twenty twenty five five fold fold the the company's company's remind remind two two days days he's he's may may still still protect protect against against Serbia Serbia illness illness with with that that working working to to develop develop I'm I'm on on the the clone clone specific specific vaccine vaccine in in case case it's it's needed needed the the data data is is preliminary preliminary and and hasn't hasn't undergone undergone scientific scientific review review yet yet I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month

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White House: About 900,000 kids got COVID-19 shots in week 1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 9 months ago

White House: About 900,000 kids got COVID-19 shots in week 1

"The White House says the program to vaccinate younger kids again scolded nineteen is ramping up currents and families across the country are breeding giant sighs of relief virus response coordinator Jeff science says by day's end more than nine hundred thousand kids ages five to eleven would receive their first dose just over a week after federal regulators signed off on the shots those who get the first of two doses by the end of next week will be fully vaccinated by Christmas the pace will be increasing but some experts say the demand for shots could start to wind around band with polling data showing only a fraction of parents plan to get their kids vaccinated immediately Sager make ani Washington

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Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

"The food and drug administration has determined child sized doses of Pfizer's Kopet nineteen vaccine are safe and effective for younger children hi Ben Thomas with a look at the potential side effects that were examined the FDA assess the vaccine safety in thirty one hundred youngsters and found they had similar or fewer reactions than older people largely sore arms are aching us but one very rare side effect that has shown up in teens and young adults through intense scrutiny myocarditis or heart inflammation those affected have been mostly young men and teenage boys usually after the second dose and they have tended to recover quickly experts note covert nineteen itself also causes heart information often more severe U. S. health officials concluded for five to eleven year olds the vaccine's benefits outweighed that small risk I'm Ben Thomas

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FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

FDA OKs mixing COVID vaccines; backs Moderna, J&J boosters

"Federal regulators are authorizing booster doses of the Madonna and Johnson and Johnson covert nineteen vaccines and the mixing of vaccines I'm Ben Thomas with the latest it's not the final word the CDC has that but the food and drug administration have signed off on extending boosters to Americans who got the maternal and Johnson and Johnson vaccine specifically the FDA authorized a third materna shot for seniors and others at high risk six months after their last shot one big change modernise booster will be half the dose of the first two shots for change a single shot the FDA says all recipients should get a second dose at least two months after their initial vaccination the FDA also says anyone eligible for shot can get a different brand of vaccine from the one they started with Ben Thomas Washington

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Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Fauci: J&J Vaccine 'Should Have Been a Two-Dose Vaccine'

"What do you make of news like Fauci's news that for those of us who got the J&J? Well, it should have been a two dose vaccine not one. It should have been two doses like Pfizer and Moderna Moderna is. Now you're telling us, well, you know why they're telling us now? Because they've had 9 ten months to study it. That's what people are afraid of. That's why you're worried about the vaccine because this is all new. It's clear as can be. Listen to what Fauci said. Now he's about as clear as mud on a good day, but here's foushee explaining why the FDA adviser believes that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine should have been two doses. Doctor Fauci, the FDA advisory panel unanimously recommended booster doses for the J&J vaccine. But the advice is for all people over 18 to get the shot even after just two months. We know this vaccine was not as effective as others. So should those 15 million people who got the vaccine be concerned given these recommendations? No, not at all. I think that they should feel good about it because what the advisers to the FDA felt is that given the data that they saw very likely this should have been a two dose vaccine to begin with. So the idea of wreck of making a recommendation that people who originally received J&J should receive a second dose 18 or older with none of the restrictions about whether or not you're at a high risk or not at a high risk, is that everyone who received that first dose of J&J were 18 and old that should receive it. So I think that's a very good thing. And I think it's very favorable for those who have received the J&J vaccine. I don't see that as a problem at

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Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Pentagon mandates COVID-19 vaccine for civilian workers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Pentagon mandates cove it nineteen vaccinations for civilian workers the defense department is mandating covert nineteen vaccinations for all civilian workers by November twenty second a memo signed by deputy defense secretary Kathleen Hicks says the new mandate is in line with the presidential directive issued last month requiring federal agencies to implement vaccine requirements under the schedule issued by the Pentagon civilian workers getting the Fizer vaccine must get their first dose by October eighteenth and their second does by November eighth those getting the maternal vaccine let's get their first dose by October eleventh and their second dose by November eighth and those getting the one shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine must do so by November eighth earlier this year all members of the military were required to get vaccinated Mike Ross yet Washington

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Pfizer vaccine for kids may not be available until November

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Pfizer vaccine for kids may not be available until November

"Pfizer's cope with nineteen vaccine may not be available for kids until November Pfizer had indicated it would seek federal authorization for children ages five to eleven to get the vaccine in coming weeks leading public health experts and appearance to expect the doses would be available by late October but a person familiar with the process says instead of Halloween it may be closer to thanksgiving though it's also possible the shots will be available earlier in November Beiser says it's given regulators data from a recent study of the vaccine in kids the two dose regimen is available for those twelve and up an estimated one hundred million people are now fully vaccinated with it Sager mag ani Washington

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FDA backs Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for seniors, high-risk

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

FDA backs Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for seniors, high-risk

"The food and drug administration signed off on the recommendation that seniors and high risk Americans be allowed to get five users cobit booster shot the FDA says eligible Americans who received by users two dose vaccine should get a third dose six months after the last shot they received that would be people age sixty five and older health care workers teachers grocery workers and those in homeless shelters where prisons but it's up to a panel of the U. S. centers for disease control to make specific recommendations about who gets the boosters and when the panel is still hearing various reports including some views that boosters are not needed because the covert vaccines are still warding off severe illness but more people are getting infected as immunity is waning Jackie Quinn Washington

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J&J: Booster dose of its COVID shot prompts strong response

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

J&J: Booster dose of its COVID shot prompts strong response

"Johnson and Johnson has released data showing a booster dose to its one shot coronavirus vaccine is effective the company says it ran two studies in people who previously received its vaccine and found that a second dose produced an increased antibody response in adults ages eighteen to fifty five the results haven't been peer reviewed along with being used in the U. S. Johnson and Johnson's vaccine has been approved for use in Europe and there are plans for at least two hundred million doses to be shared with the Colfax effort aimed at distributing vaccines to poor countries but the company has been plagued by production problems millions of doses made a troubled factory in Baltimore had to be thrown out I'm my company

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"two doses" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on The Signal

"Has enjoyed parliamentary questions about his marriage breaking affair and the taxpayer funded jobs. His lover was given lives in florida. This is a little bit of a comeback. Does he have questions to answer about. You know how he's changed. And what does he sort of said about that so far. That's a good question. So he was asked about asche and he addressed it and said you know. I'll i'll let's address these because it's a hard one. So i'm going to address this samantha maiden ostrom in the press conference and He says you know these things that you can learn and he accepts that you know could be a better person uses that kind of language the poston language with other issues on a wide start telling people how they should think about other people. I will try always to be the better person I acknowledge my faults resigned of threes on the backbench walk away from From from making sure that i can be a better person do a bad job but he denies that he ever sexually harassed anyone and says all ultimately there was no evidence of it. You know. I believe you have to clear the air that even though i absolutely clearly said that if there was ever an issue of that seoul it should be taken to the police yo assists that i completely deny it and i'll say that was spurious and defamatory. But he didn't want that to be to to cloudy latest shape or kohls problem so he had to step aside and now he thinks that's been settled. So that's how economy is dealing with the other question now is will this be a problem among women that they need to vote for them. I think the jury's out my own view is that yes it will be an issue. Some women no doubt about it. Will it be enough to cause a problem for the nazi. Tim well clearly. The potty rooms made the assessment. That want what i know yet. So basically the window was closing before election season and the iron was hot and the party decided that all in all mccormack was a bigger risk than barnaby joyce and none of this is welcome news for the liberal party. From what you've been able to raid from the liberal camp just how freaked out. They right now she said you know on a sort of Richter scale zero to ten gave it a hard on. Look this is not what scott morrison needed right now. Hey needs to get the vaccine. Roll out back on track. He needs to make that a success story rather than what is currently being seen as which is a federal and he needs that to work and then to go to an election sang pretty good management of the pandemic. Wouldn't you say fox. He doesn't need a maverick style. Nationals leader who's Questioning climate science and making it impossible to turn up to glasgow. I wear out too close allies.

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"two doses" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on The Signal

"Now. I think this is the killing season. We're about to go into the long parliamentary midwinter break. So it's kinda now and ever if you look at the win the election can happen. Which is the end of the year next year. So that these they conned of loss chance to do it without bending too close to an election and being really strange. I think michael mccoll. Mex- failure to articulate sort of the nationals view that the net zero emissions target of two thousand eight hundred fifty which the prime minister has been inching towards. He hasn't committed to it but inching towards and changing his rhetoric on. They wanted him to articulate a strong case against that. Now michael mccomb kind of has been saying some of these spot a. He doesn't have the political rhetoric skills of a bottom. Joyce and so they've exploited that issue and then the review kind of embarrassing moments for michael mccormack in the last week which i think are galvanized campaign against him. When he said he wanted to send moss into the inner city and he's from the moss plag- in a city apartment. That was pretty embarrassing. And it was just saying as trying to muscle up same like the big regional guy that can can really struck some lines actually missing them up. I live in a community way. Rates will boy moss and there is nothing worse than this stinks mosque. There is nothing worse than heading moist. Eighty a grind. There is nothing worse than having moss running raping around you pass around you randy factory and then we have of course vita the people for the ethical treatment of animals coming in on. Didn't he. Member for dc endorsing them sighing moist. The little curious creatures should be behind. Well i actually agree with paid. They should be rehired into the into the inner city apartment so that i can nibble away at the food and they faded scratch children that not and he lost the support of the party room because ultimately he just didn't he didn't resonate enough he wasn't firing and he was acting prime minister and i felt like he doesn't excite the nation having said that i always think it's really strange when they talk about how he doesn't accept the nation if you look at nationals. Latest warren trusts. I main sorry but not exactly the most charismatic guy in the room. even You know who else who else some. Yes mock vile people charisma but not much actually have been the only one that's been really colorful for years. Not ever up. But for years was actually be joyous so barnaby joyce he's been relentless in.

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"two doses" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"To finally get back out as hotels and restaurants are to get him back in right off the bat. It was busy right from the start, but owner Bob Jarvis says he's so short staffed. He's closing two days a week, giving up some 20% of much needed revenue. There's nobody to do these jobs, and it's starting to get altered. Desperate. Jarvis is one of many who rely on seasonal foreign workers who come on what are called H two B visas there, perennially in high demand than even with extras allowed this year by the body. Administration. Businesses say it's not enough. Jarvis got just about a third of what he needs them will pay him all time and a half to work overtime. It's definitely not profitable. It's just a really bad situation. Right now for the crew as well, including Jason Burr set one of the age to be kitchen workers from Jamaica. We could pull down maybe like 80 hours a week. It's really difficult. You don't want to overwork. You know what I mean. You still want to go home back to your family and not die in the line. You know what I mean? It's horrendous. Aaron Tiernan and her husband, John, are feeling it, too at their two stores and hotel on Martha's Vineyard, their advertising as far away as Utah and West Virginia. They're subsidizing housing for employees, and he Been working with colleges to create internships for students. But still, she says, nothing. My husband's the only employee at the hotel. Currently he has no front desk staff. We have a 10 year old who's going to get a crash course and running a register and stripping rooms. Tiernan says the J one student visas, they rely on her at a standstill. Part of the issue is that a Trump administration hold on those visas only recently expired. So processing started late. On top of that pandemic restrictions have stalled work at U. S embassies and consulates. There's a backlog. We've got to get these seasons expedited and get people into the country where we need these workers. U. S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen from New Hampshire says seasonal businesses around the nation are all in the same predicament. I've talked to At least three Cabinet secretaries and the White House at this point, all of whom recognized the challenge and are working hard to address it, But it's not just the visas. Some American workers are still anxious about Cove it some have left their grueling hospitality jobs for more stable 9 to 5 work and given the extra government benefits. Some are content to just stay home. Would you expose yourself to the risks of working in close quarters serving people? Food and drinks one? You could just make more money. The unemployment. This longtime restaurant worker asked that his name not be used for fear of hurting his future employment prospects. Sometimes not really worth that money that you get when you're leaving a place at three in the morning, worn out and tired and sticky, you know, like I make enough staying home. That's frustrating. Too many business owners like Amy Ward, who owns a boutique in the Berkshires, and can't lure back longtime employees, I hate to say it. But people should be encouraged to get back to work. I don't think there should be extra incentives to stay home right now. But as others see it if people are doing better on unemployment that only means they were underpaid to start with. Daniel Carr Stone, immigration researcher at the liberal think tank. The Economic Policy Institute says businesses should be doing more to hire domestically. I do think we should take what they say with a grain of salt, and every time you hear, you know, I can't find any workers. You should add to the end of that at the way to that. I want to pay Because you're talking about very low wage jobs. In this instance here, that's simply not the case. Massachusetts Congressman Bill Keating represents Cape Cod were even mid level kitchen jobs can pay $20 an hour. Seasonal guest workers were always critical, Keating says, but especially this year. Well, we invested a lot of taxpayer money to keep businesses flow. I would hate to see that investment jeopardized or he says, After all restaurants and hotels have been through, he'd hate to see even more of them. Go on. Dirt just because they don't have staff Toby A. Smith. NPR news for most People Cove in 19 Vaccines promised to return does something akin to normal life? But for the hundreds of thousands of people in the U. S living with organ transplants It's a different story. New research published today by the medical journal JAMA suggests that many transplant recipients may not get protection from vaccination even after two doses. MPR's Maria Godoy reports at 38 Valen Kiefer has had a second chance at life not once but twice. First at age 19 when hereditary disorder left her native, a kidney transplant. Then, three years ago, her liver started failing. Another transplant saved her life. Keeper had finally recovered her health last year when the pandemic struck. I'm the healthiest I've been in years and not able to go anywhere from like bursting with gratitude and wanting to just These every day, and now I've been stuck at home. Even though Kiefer has been fully vaccinated, she's still living as if she's not. I think it's really hard to know how to integrate back into some type of normalcy. Transplant recipients like me, We're not sure what to do. That's because the vaccine development trials did not include transplant patients who must take powerful immunosuppressant drugs for life to prevent organ rejection. So researchers are now trying to fill in the blanks. What they found so far is that for transplant recipients, vaccination does not mean immunity. Dr. Doors together is a transplant surgeon at Johns Hopkins. He's one of the authors of a new study published in JAMA that looked at the antibody response to the Madonna and Fizer vaccines and more than 650 transplant patients. They found that even after two doses of vaccine 46% of transplant patients have had no evidence whatsoever that they had an antibody response to the vaccine. And even in transplant patients who did get an antibody response from the vaccine, it is less robust than people with competent immune systems. And for people who are on a certain class of drugs. The response is even less. Take, for example, Laura Burns. She's a 71 year old double lung transplant recipient enrolled in the study. She takes a drug called Michael Fennell, a to prevent organ rejection. That was very excited when I got vaccinated. Um, but very, very disappointed. I had no response whatsoever. Burn says she's longing to see her family in Europe. I have not seen them now for two years, and that Z, including my stepdaughter, you know and very, very It's hard, it's not clear one Burns will be able to travel again. While some of the world starts to reopen for vaccinated people. The advice for transplant recipients is get vaccinated, but keep living cautiously with face masks and physical distancing. And assume you're not protected. I know it sounds lame, but but this is this is all that can be offered. That's hottie Haidar, a transplant infectious disease doctor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. I'm hoping.

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"two doses" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" 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%.

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"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" 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,.

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"two doses" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" 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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"two doses" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on WTOP

"19 vaccine shots from a no over tomorrow have had their appointments canceled, and so has everyone else in the phase one B vaccination group who has was hoping to get their first shot from an overtime. Laurel. But those people who with appointments to get their second doses are guaranteed to get them. The cancelations were needed because national vaccine supplies are short and the state has changed the way distributes it. So an oval received fewer doses and expected, they say, does not know yet how soon canceled appointments can be rescheduled. But when it does, it will reach out to those affected. In response, Tina Williams, presidents of Fairfax Federation of Teachers, saying in a statement. There were shots by the cancelations, and because of this, they now want the school system to change the return to school timeline. Maryland's health secretary says a federal demand is making covert vaccination seem even more elusive. Speaking to the newly formed Maryland Senate Vaccine Oversight work group, acting Health Secretary Dennis Schrader said the stated progressed a group one B last week and was doing well, keeping a smooth rise in the number of those eligible to get vaccinated. We were looking at 1.2 million when we brought one beyond, but then the federal government forced our hand last week, both the outgoing administration And the incoming day insisted that 65 older be put into the mix something the number of eligible to two million, causing bottlenecks for those trying to get appointments. And since Maryland's only getting around 70,000 doses a week it's gonna take us a number of weeks to catch up. Michelle Morello w T o P. News for some students online learning has really set them back, and the state education leaders in Maryland worked for the time when kids can return to class. They're also working on guidance for school systems and how best to catch kids up. While some kids may have adapted Find a virtual learning and many students and parents. This has been struggled, Carol Williams and deputy superintendent of the Maryland State Board of Education says for those students, they may not be learning at the same pace that we did when we were in school. With some research showing kids may have fallen this far behind his one year and learning sharing with the state Board of Education. Some ideas for catching students out. The options include longer school days or school years, also getting teachers elite small, focused group instruction outside of the school day. She says the state plans to get public input on the ideas before presenting the best options to school District's Mike Murillo. W T. O P News is DCs plan to return kids to school falling apart. The district says more than 5000 students are committing to returning when it's allowed a week from today, but that's just a third of capacity that's permitted. The Washington Post reports. The teachers union is squabbling with city believing there's been a breach in their agreement to return to some in person learning they want The public school system to share more data. So they know how many teachers should go back into classrooms. School system has asked almost half of the more than 4000 teachers to come back coming up after traffic and weather will speak with the Washington Post Mike DeBonis about the article of impeachment against Donald Trump that was just delivered to the Senate. Tonight's 907 Way made us a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day. Finishing her latest. Do it yourself project. So one another car accidentally bumped into her while she was running inherent. Kate didn't let a little fender Bender put a dent in her schedule with just a few taps on Are you SA mobile app? She filed her claim and with back on track us a insurance has made the way.

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"two doses" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"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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"two doses" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"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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"two doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"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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"two doses" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"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.

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"two doses" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on KCRW

"The vaccine can be authorized for emergency use. Dr Stephen Han is the head of the FDA. He joins us now welcome back to all things considered. Well, thank you. L said Z happy to be here and happy to answer questions today about this really important topic. Very glad to hear that so This analysis that you released this morning also confirms what Fizer has been reporting. Which is that this vaccine is 95% effective after two doses. Let me ask you how quickly do you think the FDA can make a decision about emergency use authorization? So we've been really clear that our process we, of course, had done the scientific review since the application's been in our hands on November 20th and the conclusions that you just read. Are formed by our career scientists who look very detailed in a detailed way of the safety but also the efficacy of the vaccine. They do their own analysis look at sub groups of patients. Look at immunity of levels. If you will. After one versus two doses of this to dose regimen on Ben, they come to their conclusions on DSA. So That is very, very important part of our promised the American people that we won't cut corners and how we assess the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine. So how much time do you think it would take teammate an assessment about emergency use authorization. This will then go to the Vaccine Advisory Committee on beer, expecting a good discussion there of the data. That we're presenting to them. And then we believe shortly after that meeting will be able to make a decision. Also, a lot of what this depends upon is what the discussion is like thieves outside experts from the Vaccine advisory committee If they had substantial questions or additional analyses that they think are relevant to our decision making, we will judge whether that's important to do That may need to be done, and that may contribute to some additional time needed but again can't prejudge what that conversation is going to be a lot going to be going to be like or what is going to be raped. Okay, Well, tell me as more than 40% of Americans right now are expressing reluctance to get vaccinated, at least according to polling. How important is this to get this right? It is critically important, Elsa that we get this right. That was the reason that we've been transparent about the criteria we were used. It's why we have stringent criteria that are very similar. What we would use for a regular approval called biological license application, and so following our processing process, giving our scientists the time to review the data. Having the outside experts give US recommendations the vaccine Advisor Committee. In our opinion, Not only is this the right thing to do to get the decision right, it's the right thing to do in terms of transparency and confidence. That said the approval process for this Maxine is moving faster than Any other in memory. You have made adjustments to the review process to try to guarantee safety. But ultimately you only have a few months of data. So does that shortened timeline concern you in any way so two months follow up data was required from a safety perspective. Remember also that we have data from the phase one and phase two clinical trials that were performed in the spring and the summer. That gives us additional information about the vaccine particular with respect to safety, But one of the reasons that we chose the two month period because our data and of the state in the literature Suggest that the overwhelming amount of side effects that that time period captures the overwhelming a number of side effects that might be seen but also really important for the American public to know. Regardless of the medical product, whether it's this vaccine or any other medical products, we will always have a monitoring that occurs after an authorization so that if there are additional data that come in that we need to know about particularly around side effects, but also efficacy. We can incorporate that into our decision. What about what about What about long term side effects? How can you be sure that there are no long term side effects from this vaccine, with only a few months or several months of data? So even if you look at other vaccine approvals, the normal approval process we can, as with any medical products, never 100% predict long term side effects. That's why we have Vigorous post authorization process for assessing both safety and effectiveness. So I want to be really clear with the American people. This is expedited. We're not cutting corners in terms of our assessment, but we know that the work isn't done. If there's an authorization, that's upcoming, we have to continue to monitor and to have surveillance. We also need to bounce is an important balance. We know that people are dying of covert 19 and that prevention of Copan 19. If the data supported is likewise of very important things. The very important measure that needs to be instituted in the vaccine can help us with that, potentially if it's authorized Finally, I just want to touch upon this President. Trump has made all of this very political, not least of which by saying that positive data about the vaccines was withheld until after Election Day. I'm curious. How do comments like that this politicized atmosphere that you're all working under? How does that affect your ability to do your job? Well, I'm also just so proud of our agency 17,000 plus employees, great scientists, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, we have been and will continue to remain primarily focused on getting the job done for the American people..

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"two doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Seems that many states aren't quite ready to get it all out. Especially in rural areas. The Pfizer vaccine is unusually difficult to ship and store. It must be kept in super cold temperatures and has a short shelf life. After being open, the military will help ship the vaccines to the states. Once they get it delivered. It's up to the states to distribute or more on the challenges that states are facing Distributing the leading vaccine candidate will speak to Isaac Arms Dorf, reporter at Propublica. So this five year vaccine that just had these very impressive initial results, and it's likely to be first out of the gate is unusually difficult to handle. And what I mean by that is a few things. So it's two doses that are 28 days apart. And it has to be kept very, very cold. Ah, 100 F below zero, and it comes in these boxes off a minimum of 1000 doses, And once you open it, you have to use it within a few days, so that creates some real logistical challenges. You know, it's it's one thing. If you think about like a kind of a mass vaccination site, where you're gonna have a lot of people and identically populated place coming through and using that up, But when you stop To think about more rural and remote places that probably don't have the equipment to keep the vaccine at that low temperature and don't have enough people to use up the vaccine in that amount of time. That's really a curveball that states are struggling with how to deal with. I want to just kind of go off a little bit more on the difficulty is because you had this part in the article.

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"two doses" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"two doses" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Their hand to assist in this critical component of vaccine allocation and safety in all included 26 entities and 44 participants and his growing, including even today. The group had met 1 to 2 times a week for four weeks to assist with developing Indiana's vaccine allocation and distribution template. Several members of the committee were relieved of their other duties to help focus solely on gathering or an organizing the needed data and information the advisory group needed to make informed decisions. We will continue to meet with our advisory team to review all the information about the vaccines we receive, and we will not distribute them until the team has completed its review. This process will allow us to vaccinate with confidence and will be a significant step forward and protecting Hoosiers from Kobe 19. We have surveyed every hospital system in the state. For their ability to immunize not only their staff but also additional health care providers in the area and to determine their access to ultra low storage. We are working in collaboration with Asia to confirm that thes sites will be able to store and administer this initial vaccine, which is complicated. Not only by the fact that it's ultra low storage requirements, but also the limits of time between calling an administration of the two dose vaccine that also needs to be reconstituted or mix at the time of administration. We expect to have five. The five sites initially. That represent all geographic regions of the state. This is just the initial pilot phase. Many other hospitals have expressed a willingness to participate, and as vaccine becomes more widely available for phase one A and one b, we will be engaging more partners. While we don't know exactly when we will receive the vaccine or how much we will receive. We do know that the first priority will be front line health care workers who come into regular contact with Cove in 19 patients. This includes hospital staff in those in long term care facilities. Thank you..

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"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

"Is headed to the Bahamas this is the second to be deployed from the relief organization impact north west executive director J. get landers says it includes France medical including physicians nurses and paramedics rescue specialist and and logistics specialists as well this will bring the total number of people they have deployed in the aftermath of Dorian to sixteen Jeff poach look come on news new guidelines for the CDC in king county public health suggests children can get the first H. P. V. vaccine does at the age of nine previous recommendations were to start at three does series age eleven but not back Jeff do chin with king county public health says getting two doses starting younger is just as effective in Duchin says the hope is to improve vaccine rates with the new protocol with the two does faxing series it should be much more achievable than it was with the three does so we're looking forward to using these resources to make real progress adults between the ages of twenty seven and forty five are now also urge to get the human papilloma virus vaccine if they didn't get it before nearly eight nine and ten Washington kindergarteners is fully immunized when they go to school but health officials would like to see more compliant I really would like to see at least ninety five percent of all of our kids protected with vaccines against serious diseases to make sure they're healthy as possible I know Koenig with the Washington department of health says currents and leave the statewide compliance rate for kindergarteners is eighty six percent new state laws regarding vaccinations took effect this summer requiring all children get the MMR vaccine to prevent measles mumps and rubella no exceptions..

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"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

"Measles outbreak continues to grow their Clark county health department, confirming another case, komo's Jennifer Sullivan has more from a clinic in Kent the number of calls from families who want to get their children vaccinated has searched families that maybe didn't consider vaccine in the past taking a second. Look and saying, you know, I think this would be a great thing to do to protect my child. Jennifer Murray, brought her toddler daughters into the clinic for their. Second dose of the measles. Mumps rubella vaccine to deal with both kids with measles Murray says it was the earliest fourteen month old as may could get her second dose of the vaccine more effective at preventing measles. You get the second one does Murray says she knows people who refuse to vaccinate but says that's not the right decision for her family. If I can be the best parents I feel like that's what I should do intent. Jennifer sullivan. Komo news nine ten into the haughty exterior sports desk. Chris Peterson husky coach adding a couple topnotch recruits both defensive players to his recruiting class yesterday on letter of intent signing day, adding linebacker Daniel. Hi, Millie and say to ace Turner Peterson said hi, Molly came on strong and his final high school season at Menlo Atherton in California, and I think his senior year you could kind of see him each game. Just getting better. And it's really what we thought. It's like he's playing. He's a good player. That's like getting better. And so we were even more excited than we were originally were recruit neom because you know, you're projecting on a lot of these guys because they're young. But I think that the Daniel got better this season for sure the huskies, according to recruiting analysts with the second best class in the Pac twelve behind. Oregon cougs. Added a couple of players to their class at offensive tackle and defensive end huskie men's and women's hoops tonight. The man in Arizona, Washington, I know in the conference goes to Arizona to take on the Wildcats in Tucson while the women hosts Aaron. To Alaska Airlines arena, seven o'clock tip. Our coverage for the men's game starts with pre game at five thirty six o'clock tip from.

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"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"two doses" Discussed on KOMO

"Serious? Maybe expecting a concussion, but not not dentist. This dramatic. An investigation is underway into what exactly happened. We could get a verdict today in the lawsuit over the deadly 2015 Seattle ride, the ducks crash more than forty plaintiffs are asking for nearly three hundred million dollars in damages. The accuse ride the ducks international and ride the ducks Seattle of negligence of a major maintenance issue the city of Seattle in state of Washington are also named in the lawsuit for not having a barrier. Separating traffic on the Aurora bridge. Komo news time is now four thirty eight doctors across a western Washington or taking extra precautions as the measles. Outbreak continues to grow across the northwest. The Clark county health department confirms another case komo's Jennifer Sullivan has more from a clinic and can't number of calls from families who want to get their children vaccinated has searched families that maybe didn't consider vaccine the past taking a second. Look and saying, you know, I think this would be a great thing to do to protect my child. Jennifer Murray, brought her toddler daughters into the clinic for their second dose of the measles. Mumps and reveal. Vaccine to deal with both kids with measles Murray says it was the earliest fourteen month old as may could get her second dose of the vaccine more effective at preventing measles. You get. The second dose Murray says she knows people who refuse to vaccinate but says that's not the right decision for family. If I can be the best parents I feel like that's what I should do intent. Jennifer Sullivan, KOMO news. Komo news time is now four thirty nine. A baseboard heater is blamed for starting a fire in a home on Seattle's Capitol Hill. Yesterday, the two alarm fire damage to homes, however to in banged on doors to get people out. And no one was hurt. The fire happened early in the morning at twenty three rd avenue near ROY street. It's vendor week and real change the newspapers taking part in an annual event. The Seattle-based weekly paper is sold by vendors that are mainly homeless this year. They had vendors paired with celebrities stone gossard, a Pearl Jam was outselling papers and pioneer square at the Pergola the band supports the homeless issue. In the Seattle area. Komo news time is four forty time. To check the Harley exterior sports desk. Here's komo's art Sanders. At your Martinez is headed to the hall of fame and edgar's position of designated hitters at the forefront of some new rules being discussed by major league baseball. Daddy is being tossed around by major league baseball and the players union that both leagues will have a designated hitter. That means who would no longer have to watch pictures come to the plate to strike out in the National League. Other rule change. They're considering relievers like hall of Famer to be Mariano Rivera. We'll have to face a minimum of three batters. No, more situational one batter. Stuff and lowering the mound is a possibility. Also at twenty second pitch clock. The huskies. Now, the class of twenty two new players just signed safety ace attorney Carlsbad California pick the huskies over Notre Dame. And also on board is a defensive MVP of a high school. Polynesian bowl linebacker Daniel Hamoui out of Menlo Atherton high school in the bay area. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies. Komo news. Coming up, a three minutes, another check on traffic and weather. Komo news time. Time is now four forty.

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