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CDC endorses COVID booster for millions of older Americans

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 d ago

CDC endorses COVID booster for millions of older Americans

"The centers for disease control and prevention that's indoors booster shots for millions of older or vulnerable Americans late Thursday night CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky signed off on a series of recommendations from a panel of advisors the adviser said booster should be given to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and those ages fifty to sixty four who have risky underlying health problems the extra dose would be given once there are at least six months past their last Pfizer shot the panel had voted against saying that people can get a booster if they are eighteen to sixty four and healthcare workers or have another job that puts them at increased risk of being exposed but Wolinsky disagreed and put that recommendation back at my camp in Washington

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"wolinsky" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on Short Wave

"Always get full protection from the vaccine. So they're vulnerable to and there's something more here mattie new data suggests that vaccinated people who get infected with the delta variant could transmit it to others here. Cdc director rochelle wolinsky back fascinated. People infected with the delta variants after vaccination may be page and spread the virus to others. This new science is worrisome. And unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendation and she really points out that this is different from previous variants unlike the alpha variant that we had back in may where we didn't believe that if you were vaccinated you could transmit further. I'm this is different now with the delta variant and alison. We should be clear here right. The vaccines are still doing their job. Against the delta variant these vaccines are designed to prevent vaccinated people from getting really sick or dying and they are still doing a stellar job of that. That's absolutely right. These infections and vaccinated people tend to be much less severe especially in otherwise healthy. People symptoms are mostly mild. Some people are as symptomatic. They don't get any symptoms at all now me personally. I don't even want that win. How unpredictable there's viruses but the bear concern here. Mattie is that even if you aren't very sick you could spread the delta very empty others people who are much more vulnerable and they could get sick and die. Plus we've talked about this on the show alah the longer. That cove is circulating in our population. The more likely it is for a variant to emerge. That could beat the vaccine so really everybody has a stake in this. You know it's a good point. I mean a virus cannot mutate if it's not replicating and so as delta circulates and cases rise. We know the viruses trying to outsmart us. Okay l let's dig this guidance a little bit more so the cdc now says if you live in an area with substantial or high spread of the virus everyone should mask up indoors..

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Breaking Down the New CDC Mask Guidance

Short Wave

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Breaking Down the New CDC Mask Guidance

"Right alison just two little months ago. You and i were on the show talking about how the cdc said vaccinated people should feel free to lose their masks in almost all settings including indoors. Yeah i mean this guy was basically based on the honor system in most places you just kind of had to take someone's word for it whether they were vaccinated and every member matter. You and i shared some concerns about vaccine equity rates. Vaccinations still being low. And how this might affect people who are most vulnerable now here. We are today amid a surge of cases here to talk about how the cdc is now modifying some of that guidance. Can you tell us more about how the cdc made this decision. Sure it really comes down to two main factors. I mean the delta variant and slowing vaccinations about thirty percent of adults remain unvaccinated in the us. Meaning there's this huge group of people who are still vulnerable to the virus kids under twelve can't be vaccinated people with compromised. Immune systems don't always get full protection from the vaccine. So they're vulnerable to and there's something more here mattie new data suggests that vaccinated people who get infected with the delta variant could transmit it to others here. Cdc director rochelle wolinsky back fascinated. People infected with the delta variants after vaccination may be page and spread the virus to others. This new science is worrisome. And unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendation and she really points out that this is different from previous variants unlike the alpha variant that we had back in may where we didn't believe that if you were vaccinated you could transmit further. I'm this is different now with the delta variant and alison. We should be clear here right. The vaccines are still doing their job. Against the delta variant these vaccines are designed to prevent vaccinated people from getting really sick or dying and they are still doing a stellar job of

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No, You're Not Crazy. The CDC's Mask Guidelines Are Confusing!

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

No, You're Not Crazy. The CDC's Mask Guidelines Are Confusing!

"This bite. Administration is gonna crush businesses all over again if there's not a big revolt now. There is a revolt. Republican governors across the country are slamming. The cdc after this big announcement yesterday that you're supposed to wear a mask even if you're vaccinated. Here's the cdc director rachelle alinsky making this big about face. I'm first of all. let's go two months ago. let's go let's go two months ago. Here's the head of the cdc rachelle wolinsky very clear on msnbc about vaccinated people. Not wearing a mask when your fully vaccinated two weeks after your lactose. You is your mass. You can shed your mask okay command. That's your talent couple months ago. Shed your mask after you're fully vaccinated okay. People dutifully went out. Got the vaccination way. Two weeks took the mask off well. Now there's updated guidance now evidently because of the delta variant they've changed their mind on the delta variance from several states indicate that in rare occasion sums fascinated people infected with adults variance after vaccination may be contagious. This new science is worrisome. And unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendation. So there's an update and the update. Is that there are non. I'm doing my best here. On their breakthrough cases meaning vaccinated. People are getting coverted. Then we're transmitting co vid to the unvaccinated and they could get sick and die in the hospital

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Vaccinations Rise in Some States With Soaring Infections

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Vaccinations Rise in Some States With Soaring Infections

"The CDC says the numbers are stark the corona viruses delta variante is raging director Richelle Wilensky says the nation's averaging thirty eight thousand virus cases daily up fifty three percent from the previous week delta variant in spreading with incredible efficiency and is estimated to cost eighty three percent of cases it is one of the most infectious respiratory viruses Mauer and I've seen in my twenty year career Wolinsky says the CDC has not changed its mass guidance unvaccinated American should keep wearing them and get vaccinated the White House says vaccination rates are rising in some states where infection rates are soaring Sager mag ani Washington

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US Increasingly Unlikely to Meet Biden's July 4 Vaccine Goal

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

US Increasingly Unlikely to Meet Biden's July 4 Vaccine Goal

"President Biden's been setting and exceeding goals in the pandemic fight but the U. S. is increasingly unlikely to meet his benchmark of having seventy percent of Americans at least partially vaccinated by July fourth at the current rate it won't happen about sixteen million people would need to get a shot in the next four weeks the daily vaccination averages down to about four hundred thousand a day still Dr Anthony Fauci things the U. S. we'll get there and if we don't we're going to continue to keep pushing saying the administration's pleading with speeds to boost their vaccine outreach efforts even as a new virus cases plummet CDC cheaper shell Wolinsky says the seven day averages now about thirteen thousand three hundred the first time that the seven day average of cases has been less than fifteen thousand since March twenty seventh twenty twenty Sager mag ani Washington

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CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:31 min | 4 months ago

CDC Says Fully Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless in Most Places

"Increasingly tired of wearing that face mask. Possible. The extraordinary success we've had in vaccinated so many Americans so quickly today. We've given out 250 million shots in 114 days, The move comes is more than 100 million Americans have gotten at least one dose of the vaccine. Remember, those state and local governments have the final word on these rules, and nothing has changed across the D. M V Tonight. In terms of mask rules, CNN senior Health editor Maggie Fox spoke the W T O P. Shawn and Hillary a little earlier about how this came about. He has been under a lot of pressure from a lot of places to go. That people can do more once they're vaccinated as a way of encouraging people to get vaccinated. The CDC has been digging in its heels. But today, Dr Wolinsky, the director of the CDC, said that enough has happened to wear her agency feels comfortable in sort of changing the guidance and lightening it up, she says. That the number of cases have been dropping. There's been more vaccine, There's more people getting vaccinated. And she says the science has shown that the vaccines are very effective that they protect people against variants and, most importantly, that people who are vaccinated are not very likely to catch the virus and spread it to people who are unvaccinated. What the CDC saying is, If you're vaccinated, your safe and the people around, you are safe. So there's no more reason for you to have to wear a mask. A final thought for us as we approach the weekend and all of a sudden we find out. Maybe we can do some more stuff. Well, probably thought but again, it's up to your local jurisdiction to decide so the CDC does not set law president Biden said. We will not be enforcing this local jurisdictions. Specially probably here in the D C area are probably going to keep some of their restrictions on people and stores. Restaurants bars places like that are very likely to keep their restrictions because there's one big issue you can't tell who has been vaccinated, then senior health editor Maggie Thoughts

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"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Michelle Wolinsky, the director of the CDC was getting really hammered by Chris Cuomo over CNN by Shepard Smith over at CNBC. People are saying, what will you tell us? Why us vaccinated people have to keep wearing masks. It was CNN's main medical Correspondent. This is the chief medical correspondent. Of CNN talking to Briana Count Keeler. And John Berman yesterday. A green with Senator Susan Collins, who said, I've lost all faith in the CDC. We used to think of you guys is the gold standard, but no more. Well, brace yourself. Here's the CNN's chief medical correspondent. Steak on that Yeah, it pains me to say this, but I I see where she's coming from Senator Collins on this. I mean, I think for a long time, the concern was the CDC was providing guidance. You know, at the beginning of the pandemic that was not scientifically based in the result. We didn't do things that we should have done in this country That could have greatly mitigated what has happened here. And now I think it's almost a limited the reverse problem. The science is not necessary being followed to the same extent and as a result, we're probably doing things that we don't need to be doing. So you know, In the end, the CDC needs to be just a science based organization. What does the science say? You don't need to wear a mask outside. Wow, that's CNN. You wearing a mask outside? You want a mask out in your car? Are you wearing a mask if you're vaccinated. CDC says you better I don't like to make this about personalities. I don't I'll bet Rochelle Wollensky is a very nice lady. Tony Fauci has done Incredible work. During his career. I don't believe for one minute. That these scientists And and medical people or or Disease specialists. Intentionally inflicting damage upon the psyche of the American people. I don't Just don't have no reason they'd have to be pretty evil. To purposefully. Try to destroy this country. But I'm sorry I cannot Forget or forgive. The director of the Centers for Disease Control. Cut 13. I'll never forget. This moment. This was something out. Well, let's play it. I'm gonna lose the scratch and I'm going to reflect on the recurring feeling I have of impending doom. We have so much to look forward to so much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope. Right now. I'm scared. Right now. You're scared. She went off the script, so that's how she really feels. It's very telling. Very telling. I'm sure her advisers were saying, uh, you better stand on the script. Cause when you go off script, we hear you terrify Americans. Now. I don't doubt the Tony Fauci and we shall Wolinsky. Intend to terrify Americans. Because if we're scared We won't leave the house. If we don't leave the house, we won't catch Cove. It And then their work here is done. 806 55, Mike Jean Genie orgies, A genie or Jean Good bye, Jean. How are you? I must say I'm okay. I'm 73 years old and all my life. I've been a very, very logical person. I work for large law firms, and she battled for 40 years. And I'm never bitten they want. I've never been a masked opponent. Unfortunately, because I know you have them. But I did have the coronavirus. And I walk into a restaurant in Indiana, and they're still enforcing rules. And some of the restaurants. If you walk in the door, you have to have a mask on almost all almost almost all restaurants. Restaurants were doing that, Gene. Not some almost all I know. Well, I'm in Indiana, so we do have some dinner. Right, and, uh, The whole I sit down and I could take my mask off so blackly The virus is up in the air. When I'm got my mascot when I just found the violence. That's where it is everywhere. Gene that's not unique. Anyway. Every that's the point of almost every restaurant in America. You gotta wear your mask to get in the front door. And where your mask to your sheet and then you sit down at your table. And of course, you can take your mask off now. That doesn't quite work on airplanes. Can't wait to fly this weekend. I can't wait till they bring me a bag of peanuts, and I can't wait to see how I'm supposed to put my mask on between each peanut. That would be a lot of fun. And that she D. C. That's T s a. That's the government. Did we interviewed? The guy hits on our podcast? Check it out. The guy that got kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight for eating Twizzlers, and all he did was keep his mask below his chin Ouali ate the Twizzlers. And the flight attendant flipped out. The pilot flipped out. They went back to the gate, and they kicked the guy off of the plane. He found out since then. But when you fly, you are expected to put Your mask over your put your mask on between bites. This is lunacy. You got to see this conversation I had here this conversation rather I had with Avi. The guy out of was in Baltimore, right? They got kicked off the Southwest Airlines flight because he didn't Re mask between bites, which is officially the policy. For all of our airlines. Thanks to these Numbskulls. They're issuing directives and guidance. Do you not understand? The guidance is coming from people like Michelle Wolinsky. Through tears, said. I'm scared of the impending doom we face. My Lord. You missed any of this?.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America to hear it Yesterday. Rochelle Wolinsky, the head of CDC, Joe Biden's Picked had of the CDC went to the Senate and the reception was what you would expect when CDC has failed so thoroughly and its ability to communicate about the vaccine. The change a pause, etcetera. Susan Collins, the senator from Maine had this exchange with her, which I think sums up. Susan called the Dead Center in the United States political map. She is a center right moderate conservative. Here is the exchange with Rochelle. Walensky cut 14 too well, Lance escape. I used to have the utmost respect for the guidance from the CDC. I always considered the CDC to be the gold standard. I don't anymore. And I want to give you three examples where I think The conflicting, confusing guidance from your agency has undermined public confidence and contradicts a scientific guidance. Many and Spurs the first has to do with school opening sin issue that we've touched up before The New York Post reported that a powerful teachers union The A. F T successfully secured changes verbatim in draft guidance on school re openings. This came about Because of an outside group that did a FOIA requests. VEB revealed extensive the interactions between the FT and the CDC. This has been described by Dr Monica Gandhi professor who has written extensively about the coronavirus as very, very troubling. He. She's referring to the e mails Back and forth between the CDC and the empty and she says, This is not how science face guidance should work or be put together. My second example is from The New York Times story that appeared today. It charged about CDC guidelines unmask wearing And where the CDC announced said less than 10% of covert 19 transmission was occurring outdoors. The article points out that this is quote almost certainly misleading and goes on to say there is not a single Documented covert infection anywhere in the world from casual outdoor interactions, such as walking past someone on the street or eating. At a nearby table. The third example has to do with new guidance to CDC has issued for summer camps. And here are the reactions have two experts. One a pediatric AM immunologist at Columbia referred to the recommendation says, quote senseless. The editor in chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association. Pediatrics, called the guidance quote unfairly draconian. So here we have unnecessary barriers to reopening schools exaggerating the wrists of outdoor transmission. An unworkable restrictions on summer camps. Why does this matter? It matters because it undermines public confidence in your recommendations in the recommendation set do make sense in the recommendation, said Americans. Should be following I'd like you to respond to wide. The CDC is not following the standard procedures. Why it's.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Check out this headline from New York Times. The pandemic shrank our social circles. Let's keep it that way. How about no. How about I'm gonna throw some real ragers once this thing is over. It just goes to what Jared always said, which is they wanted like depressed eating rule. Making no money staring at our windows miserable. Let's keep it that way. You know what? The New York Times I think I'm okay. The great lady doesn't need to tell me how to live my life. How many people I can have it a party But thank you So much for your concern. Today's poll question is brought to you by Ko 50 coffee making coffee Great again from the maggot dark rose to their drain the swamp medium roast cof F ee Coffee has it all. I'm holding up for the camera. So you guys can see this awesome packaging cof F ee coffee. If you want to get some or sent them to a friend, go to do you co 50 dot com cof F ee for anyone who didn't see the legendary tweet from Donald Trump is spelled C o v F E FT. Jerry Dig, Leo. What is the poll question And what are the results thus far, which un elected Hack is doing the most damage? Dr Folke, John Kerry, Jen Psaki or Dr Rochelle Wolinsky. By the way, I just want to say that I'm gonna vote for Dr Fauci, but I think he even knows that his 15 minutes is coming to an end because he's looked rather glum lately, and he's in. He's been more irritable than usual when he gets asked, like, Hey, Really guys asked him. You said Texas was going to be a disaster, and they seem to be doing okay. Well, yeah, Willie, it's xylitol. It's hard to figure out you don't seem to be getting short with people. Two on one day. Jared, You are relentless s 01 of the results. I'm gonna say Dr Anthony Fauci. Dr. Fauci is in the lead at 62%, John Kerry 31% 5% say Jen Psaki and 2% for Dr Rochelle Wolinsky Rest shall Rachelle All right, let's go to do we have that sound. I've been wanting to play this every time I hear that name. You don't hear the name or shell a lot. When the naysayers Nate,.

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US to resume J&J COVID vaccinations despite rare clot risk

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 5 months ago

US to resume J&J COVID vaccinations despite rare clot risk

"U. S. health officials have determined it is safe to use the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine after a pause of nearly two weeks the acting commissioner of the food and drug administration made the announcement have full confidence that this vaccines known and potential benefits outweigh its known and potential risks after being halted for eleven days because of rare blood clots developing in at least fifteen women health experts say the risk is minuscule and the benefits of the J. and J. one and done shocked are substantial the CDC's Dr Rochelle Wolinsky for every one million doses of this vaccine the J. and J. vaccine could prevent over six hundred fifty hospitalizations and twelve yeah she says women will be told of the risk of blood clots and be given a choice of another vaccine and the suspension and investigation should give people confidence about the safety process Jackie Quinn Washington

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Coronavirus Deaths Reach 3 Million Worldwide

AP 24 Hour News

01:51 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus Deaths Reach 3 Million Worldwide

"From the Corona virus has now topped three million people. That's more than the population of Chicago. The tally by Johns Hopkins University shows as of Saturday morning, more than 566,000 people in the United States have died of confirmed covert 19 infections. But other countries have also suffered staggering tolls. Brazil is next on the list with more than 368,000 deaths part by Mexico, where more than 211,000 people have died. In India, where the toll has topped 175,000, the United Kingdom, Italy, Russia and France have all seen more than 100,000 deaths. And World Health Organization chief Dr Ted Ross at Nam Cabrera says says the numbers continue to rise at worrying rates globally. The number of new cases per week has nearly doubled over the past two months. This is approaching the highest rate of infection that we have seen so far during the pandemic infection rates are rising in the U. S. Is well director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr Rachel Wolinsky. Our seven day average is up to 69,500. Nearly 70,000 new cases per day and, along with that emergency room visits and hospital admissions. But Wolinsky adds, vaccination efforts are making significant progress. More than one third of the U. S population has received at least one dose and more than 1/5 of the population is fully vaccinated. Lipsky says. Relax prevention efforts such as Mask mandates are one reason for the rising rates and another is the continued spread of highly transmissible variance more than Feed a 70% more transmissible, which makes the race to stop the transmission even more challenging and threatens to overwhelm our health care system again in parts of this country. I'm Ben Thomas.

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CDC chief calls on Michigan to ‘shut things down’ to stop COVID-19 surge

Mitch Albom

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

CDC chief calls on Michigan to ‘shut things down’ to stop COVID-19 surge

"Last spring and shut things down in Michigan is a way to curb the covert surge. Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says Michigan cannot vaccinate itself out of the current spike in cases When you have an acute situation, extraordinary number of cases like we have a Michigan the answer is not necessarily to give vaccine. In fact, we know that the vaccine will have a delayed response. The answer to that is to really close. Things down to go back to our basics to go back to where we were last spring. The governor's facing mounting pressure from state legislators, businesses and individuals to reopen the state governor Wittmer announced today that her administration will extend restrictions on

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CDC Declares Racism a Serious Public Health Threat

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

CDC Declares Racism a Serious Public Health Threat

"Head of the nation's top public health agency, is warning that racism is a serious public health threat. Sam Whitehead of member Station W. Abe, reports. Director of the CDC, Dr Rochelle Walensky says the Corona virus pandemic has underscored generations of health inequities. In a statement Thursday, Wolinsky said the disproportionate impact of the Corona virus pandemic on communities of color has highlighted longstanding health disparities. She says racism has created structural barriers that have lifelong negative impacts on those communities, physical and mental health. Wolinsky says the CDC will expand its study on how racism affects health will make new investments in health infrastructure to help reduce disparities and will launch a new Web portal to track the work, she says the agency is also Looking inward, expanding efforts to grow the diversity of CDC

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CDC Declares Racism a Public Health Threat

Stephanie Miller

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

CDC Declares Racism a Public Health Threat

"Says racism is a significant threat to public health Thursday, CDC director Rachelle Wolinsky said data shows that racism in the U. S. Has had an extremely negative effect on people of color for centuries, she added. Communities of color have seen more of an impact from the Corona virus pandemic as seen in the number of cases and deaths. The CDC is reportedly the first federal agency to proclaim racism as a public health threat.

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U.K. Coronavirus Variant Is Now the Dominant Strain in the U.S.

All Things Considered

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

U.K. Coronavirus Variant Is Now the Dominant Strain in the U.S.

"That's twice is contagious is theory. Jinnah Liz, now the dominant strain in the United States, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky delivered the disturbing update on the variant first detected in the United Kingdom. Based on our most recent estimates from CDC surveillance, the B 117 variant is now the most common lineage circulating in the United States. Wolinsky, another leading medical experts have been warning states not to lift all covert safety restrictions too soon. While the U. S races to vaccinate more Americans at last check

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Covid variant from UK is now the most common strain circulating in the U.S.

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Covid variant from UK is now the most common strain circulating in the U.S.

"A more dangerous Corona virus. Variant, first spotted in the United Kingdom is now the dominant strain spreading in the United States. That's according to the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention more from NPR's Rob Stein. CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky says the variant known as B 117, is now the most common strain of the virus spreading around the United States. This is worrying because the variant is form were contagious in the original virus and appears to be more likely to make people sicker. Variants dominance comes as the number of new infections continues to rise nationally, fueling fears that the nation may be facing yet another deadly surge well as he is urging people not to let down their guard and to get fascinated as soon as possible.

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CDC relaxes Covid-19 travel guidance for fully vaccinated people

The Dan Proft Show

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

CDC relaxes Covid-19 travel guidance for fully vaccinated people

"The activities vaccinated Americans can enjoy. Once again, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance to say fully vaccinated. People can travel within the U. S without getting a covert 19 tests are going into quarantine. But CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says one bit of travel guidance has not changed. Travelers, regardless of vaccination status, should continue to wear masks, some planes, Busses, trains and other forms of public transportation while traveling Dr Rochelle Wolinsky.

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Can Vaccinated People Spread the Virus?

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Can Vaccinated People Spread the Virus?

"You or do you not carry Cove it after you're fully vaccinated, the CDC is walking back a statement by its own director about that very question. Dr Rochelle Wolinsky has said publicly this week that the virus is not carried by those who are fully vaccinated for The New York Times reached out to the CDC reporting tonight that Dr Wolinsky spoke broadly about This and that it's possible that some people who are fully vaccinated could get Cove it. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Akers joins us earlier to clarify the situation confusing. So if you were fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shot or the first shot of J and J, then at that point, you're exposed to somebody with covert. What we know is about 70% of people will have no virus at all. 30% may have low levels of virus and a small number may be symptomatic. It's dramatically lower virus than if they weren't vaccinated. And the big question is, is it enough virus to spread to somebody else? We think potentially, it is enough to spread to somebody who's immune suppressed, but we don't know if it could spread. You know, a normal individual in those studies are ongoing study in college students, But we're not gonna know those results for several months. The data out of the UK and Israel show that is very unlikely, but it's not. This is clearly impossible. Is it possible to CDC is worried about saying you're completely covert free once you're fully vaccinated because it could lead to others who are around vaccinated people to perhaps let their guard down and lose the mask, not social distance and that the CDC couldn't affect cause a surge with its own guidance. Yeah, I think it, you know, and it's too soon, right? We don't have immunity passport, So you know, we can't say anybody who's that We've actually not where I'm at, because we don't have a way that document that you've been vaccinated presently, and at the same time we just don't have enough. 80. Yet we're collecting data as we go in areas that have been very heavily vaccinated, like the United Kingdom in Israel were doing trials here turn learn more, but there's no wheel test. Are you infectious?

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Covid was 3rd leading U.S. death cause in 2020

All Things Considered

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Covid was 3rd leading U.S. death cause in 2020

"Report shows covert 19 death rates were highest among Hispanics and American Indians last year, as well as males and older people, the report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says. US death stopped a record 3.3 million last year. CDC director Rochelle Wolinsky coed ranked as the third leading cause of underlying death underlying cause of death. After heart disease and cancer with approximately 378,000 open 19 deaths, accounting for roughly 11% of all deaths in the United States in 2020.

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CDC Director's Warning Of 'Impending Doom' Sparks Fear Of Another Bad COVID-19 Surge

Forum

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

CDC Director's Warning Of 'Impending Doom' Sparks Fear Of Another Bad COVID-19 Surge

"Control and Prevention, has a stark warning for Americans about the ongoing covert 19 pandemic. Details from NPR's Rob Stein during a White House briefing CDC Director Rochelle Willens. He said the number of people getting infected, hospitalized and dying are all increasing again, sparking fears of yet another surge. I'm gonna pause here. I'm gonna lose the script and I'm going to reflect on the recurring feeling I have of impending doom. We have so much to look forward to so much promise and potential of where we are and so much reason for hope right now stare. Wolinsky pleaded with the country not to travel, continue wearing masks, avoiding crowds and taking other precautions to slow the spread of the virus until more people could get vaccinated. Rob

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Biden, CDC Director Warn of Virus Rebound if Nation Lets Up

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Biden, CDC Director Warn of Virus Rebound if Nation Lets Up

"President Biden is urging Americans to step up efforts to stop another virus surge. Don't let him out. Don't let him both the president and the CDC is cheaper warning about rising cases. They're up 10% over the past week from the previous week, Rachelle Wolinsky says she scared with a recurring feeling of impending doom, and all Americans need to help stop a potential fourth wave. We are not powerless. The president's calling on governors and other leaders who have lifted mask mandates to reinstate them, saying it's not about politics affair to take His virus seriously. Precisely what God is this mess in the first

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"wolinsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:06 min | 7 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Liberate Hong Kong Revolution for our time. As me and mark. Protests continue on Sans Souci has been charged with incitement over the past week over 19 cases of risen a bit in Southeast Asia. Some areas of Europe in the U. S. The decline in case Ray has now stabilized at a level that is concerning to CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky, South Korea reporting daily new cases remain in the three hundreds of schools reopened, fueling some lingering concerns about Potential upticks with the release of the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine CEO Alex Gorsky says he has been extraordinarily effective in preventing serious cases of covert. 19 and China says it plans to vaccinate 40% of its population by the end of June. At this point, only 3.5% vaccinated. It says Covert has been successfully controlled in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Are Jules. Thanks so much and let's get back to Lorraine Tan, director of Asia Equity Research it Morningstar joining us from Singapore and pick up a little on what? Both it and Brian were talking about there. Brian talking about a guest. Reopening, trade and Ed talking about the vaccines which flow through into that, and a lot of your top picks. Lorraine really drive into this, too. You're seeing potential strong recovery in hospitality and travel. We know borders of vaccinations need to happen for this to occur, but talk us through some of the sectors old stock picks that you're looking at. Yeah, sure. I just want to add that you know, months ago we saw the market overall, it's still fairly valued. Does that hasn't changed, But what we're seeing is convergence in the sector valuation there. Where did have a lot of compute sectors that were overvalued. Such a technology. Seema, um, they did the sort of stable life and we've seen, you know, industrial and financial start to move up includes that gap in terms evaluation. Yes, the recovery that we're looking at the new record, But unless I think our collective name, um hospitality in particular, I think we've seen the airline generating move up. In what way hope to see next. Some of the names like on the Bering side like a society with recovery or normal speaking activities. We expect Sales of beer to go come back up helps to get back to normal. Well, um travel sites such as tripped up come real estate is the other set through that's really still lagging. Our topic cares actually kept the land in Singapore. There's still question marks obviously around the demand for office space, but we think that we've interesting little string relatively low and with from top commanders, would you actually do anticipate? Reactivation, I guess in purchases on on on the presidential China. Yeah, I thought the interesting Uh, yeah. Interesting about your capital and PICO. We had an interview with Jamie Diamond as well talking about a return to office and certainly as you and I know, here in Singapore. Most people are still working from home. But you touched there on the banks as well. And we've had this change to the Hang Sang index as well or an overhaul plant. Does this kind of move into staying away from old economy stocks? So you still obviously liking a lot of the banks in China here? You still like the bank? I mean, we're still when because we're looking at morning, So we focus on the valuation very much So, so I think it would seem that rotation so I removed treaty sectors. As the Economist reopened. I think that that interest in language gonna come back and that's where that's where you expect it to the top banks such as turning construction banking BBC four. I think you know as activity readings and initially felt something decent. Was wrong. We still expect them to start to move up better fee income. Better interest margins. Etcetera is internalized this work by obviously lower in terms of that deposition, 12 Since it had been I was going to say 10 Cent had been one still come in yesterday did very well but had been one stock that was potentially under a little bit of pressure about whether on audience waiting in the index is going to change. It's still one of your picks. We are speaking about this consumption driven recovery as well. So talk us through what you're looking at. In terms of some of those Hong Kong names, particularly When you look at the casinos Yeah. So I ever mentioned how the top posts in the Cal Cassie has to be the one of the sector seven way like, uh, you know, affections allow things to the O to review. Um, the I will add that with the Hong Kong place and with names like 10 Cent, Ali Baba, we actually think, um, technology sort of planned out and things sort of If the value comes back to those two never tempted, really bothered to the Bagram people the opportunity to be collected. Well, All right, Lorraine Great to chat. Thanks so much for joining us. Lorraine Tan, Director of Asia Equity Research at morning star on the line for US from Singapore, expecting.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 7 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WTOP

"Wolinsky points to delayed medical treatments is one cause of excess deaths on the periphery of the pandemic. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington president, Biden says his administration is expanding access to paycheck protection program loans to the nation's smallest businesses and ventures owned by women and people of color. Mr Biden says, a lot of those mom and pop businesses got quote muscled out of the way we're making it so that a student loan default. Or a non fraud related criminal record does not prohibit someone from applying for the program. The death toll has risen to at least 59 from last week's winter storm that struck several Southern states are Wendy Gillette says Big Pushes in Texas is for Plumbers to repair homeowners broken pipes Water is largely back on in Texas, but not yet running in many homes, where low temperatures burst the pipes. Tom Bigley is the director of plumbing for the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters. We had calls from probably every state in the United States, asking if they needed anybody, but those on the ground said out of state plumbers weren't the most critical need they really needed material. Union members donated $350,000 that will be used to buy supplies in Louisiana, which will be driven to Texas. Wendy Gillette, CBS News, Another state who's said to end capital punishment. Correspondent Jim Crow Sula has those details. State lawmakers have given final approval to legislation ending capital punishment. In Virginia Democratic Governor Ralph Northam is expected to sign it into law. Virginia has executed more people in its long history than any other state on Wall Street. On a Monday, the Dow gained 27 points. The NASDAQ lost 341. S and P down 30. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage When you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can want to see your loan options. Adjust payments and closing costs online in real time rocket can It's nine on three. And this Monday, February 22nd 35 in D. C. Mostly cloudy cold tonight lows in the low to mid thirties. Good evening. I'm Kin Duffy. Breaking news tonight. Charles County, Maryland. Schools are going to move ahead with the plan to allow all students return to in person classes. The recommendation from Superintendent Kimberly Hill was approved unanimously short time ago. You have a child in Charles County public schools from kindergarten through 12th grade. You would like to have that child back in school than here? She is Welcome back on April, 19th students will be allowed to return to class two days a week in the new CDC guidelines on whether it's safer schools reopened. Charles County is in the second toe, lowest category concern based on covert cases, numbers in the county. Well, a sad day concerning the pandemic. Nationally, the U. S. Has now seen more than a half million people die from covert and the victims were honored tonight at NASA National Cathedral. Toby T. O P is Kyle Cooper's.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Wolinsky stressed. The CDC is not mandating schools reopen or that schools that are already open close If they can't put these mitigation efforts in place for NPR news. I'm Sam Whitehead in Atlanta. Americans as a whole are earning about the same wages. They were prior to the start of the Corona virus pandemic, even with some nine million fewer people in the workforce. Shows, to some extent the economic in the equities that have exacerbated by the pandemic. That's because most of those who have lost their jobs due to the Corona virus pandemic were lower wage workers from restaurants and hotels to resale stores and entertainment venues. Wall Street Today the Dow was up 27 points. The NASDAQ Rose 69 points. You're listening to NPR. This is W when my C in New York on Shawn Carlson A top aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo told Democratic lawmakers that their administration took months to release data on the coronavirus death toll in nursing homes because officials froze over words that the information was going to be used against them. The governor's office released a partial transcript of that conversation today after it was first reported by the New York Post. Republicans are calling for the resignations of both Cuomo and the eight secretary to the governor Melissa to Rosa. Progressive Democrats are blasting the administration for its lack of transparency and a group of 14. Senate Democrats want to immediately strip Cuomo of his expanded emergency powers, which do not expire until late April. Rosa blamed the delay on a decision to put the lawmakers request on hold while responding to a federal inquiry. Restaurants and bars in New York state will be able to stay open until 11 p.m. starting on Sunday. Governor Cuomo says the new curfew is due to a decline in Covent positivity rates and hospitalization statewide..

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"wolinsky" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on AP News

"AP News I'm Madonna que CDC director, Dr Rochelle Wolinsky says the number of coronavirus cases keeps going down. But she's worried about letting down our guard and other factors. We have yet to control this pandemic. We still have this emerging threat of variance and I would just simply discourage any of those activities. We really need to keep all of the mitigation measures that play here. There are fears cases may spike in Tampa, We got to go with this man did a great job. I'm just so proud of having a booking is there were videos of people like that man celebrating a Super Bowl victory without a mask on the White House says President Biden will still push for a boost in the minimum wage, despite a report from the Congressional Budget Office. It says it would have mixed results. Here's the AP. Songer Madani. The CBO says the hike would cut the number of Americans living in poverty and boost the pay of millions. It would also add about $54 billion to the federal deficit over 10 years and cut the number of people working by nearly what and a half million Many Democrats want the hike in President Biden's covert relief, A bill president is remains firmly committed to raising the minimum wage to $15. But a White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, acknowledges it may not stay in the bill, with Republicans firmly against it, and moderate Democrats worried about the impact on small businesses during the pandemic. Saga room AGONY Washington His offices. Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died more than two weeks after contracting the coronavirus right had other health issues. He was 67. Majority leader Chuck Schumer is getting ready for tomorrow's impeachment trial in the Senate of former President Trump. You cannot sweep it under the rug. You must have all the truth come out, and then the accountability Once the truth comes out, Trump's lawyers say it's an act of political theater Wall Street At the close, the Dow finished up 237 points. This is AP News. Pope Francis is urging governments to use the pandemic to create a world that is more economically and environmentally just as an annual foreign policy address. Two ambassadors accredited to the Holy See, Francis said the current crisis provides a helpful opportunity to rethink the relationship between individuals and the economy, adding, there's need for a kind of new Copernican revolution. You can put the economy at the service of men and women, not by sir versa. Frances urged governments to contribute to global initiatives to provide vaccines to the poor and to use the pandemic as a chance to reset what he said was a sick economic model. I'm Charles Duluth. Asthma. The New York Philharmonic launches an on demand video and audio streaming service called NY Phil. Plus, the Philharmonic stopped large scale live concerts last March because of the coronavirus Ed Donahue. AP News The White House says president by then will keep pushing for a minimum wage of $15, even as the Congressional Budget Office reports a boost with that mixed results. The CBO says the hike would cut the number of Americans living in poverty and boost the pay of millions. It would also add about $54 billion to the federal deficit over 10 years. And cut the number of people working by nearly 1.5 million. Many Democrats want the hike in President Biden's Covina relief, a bill president is remains firmly committed to Raising the minimum wage to $15. But a White House spokeswoman, Jen Psaki, acknowledges it may not stay in the bill, with Republicans firmly against it, and moderate Democrats worried about the impact on small businesses during the pandemic. Saga Room agony Washington AP News I'm to McGuire the number of coronavirus cases have dropped to their lowest levels in three months. Health officials and others are still concerned Super Bowl celebrations might feel new outbreaks and another concern the variance University of Pennsylvania. Immunologists E. John, Wary says the mutations do pose a threat to people. Thank you for McDonald's Cbu and Davis Helen Advertising. This is aroma. $2.6 piece, Vic Nugget. 32nd radio Idea. Number M c L Q 8473 to 0 R. Hey, we haven't even pulled away from the drive thru,.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:17 min | 8 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"I'm 47 w b A P s. We roll on here on the Thursday morning news. How Brian with you till nine o'clock this morning, The CDC has come out now, how on they said the teachers don't need the vaccine to get students back safely. Yeah. You might find some teachers that argue that well, I think you already you find entire school systems that are arguing. Yes. You see, it's some states are arguing that as well. In fact, I remember we had that story out of Fairfax, Virginia. Where the teachers union there said they didn't want to go back even if they did all have the vaccine until all the students were vaccinated, right? Dr Rochelle Wolinsky, the director of the U. S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said yesterday. She said there is a growing body of evidence that suggest schools can open safely without vaccinated teachers. All right. We've been saying that. Haven't we talked about the fact that there hasn't been this outbreak? In day care when the pandemic was in the middle of it in the summer or in the last year and fall of last year. And even in schools this year? Yeah, the big picture, not a lot going on. There are some outward There are some Of course, there's some other cases cases, but we haven't seen. You know, we haven't seen thousands and thousands of students and teachers who have gotten in the school systems where school has been going on every day. I got think you're gonna find that this is, uh, this is just an individual preference. You're going to get different answers from different teachers. Um But if we're told to listen to the science, right, we're doing this. It is a scientist, Dr Rachel Wolinsky is the scientists here, director of the Center for Disease Control said that there, she said, Here's your quote. Vaccination of teachers is not a prerequisite for safe re opening of schools. That's the science telling me that how Well, you know the science. Ask a teacher who's lost a friend. Another teacher friend from covert, er, You know what the hospital for a week or two and You know is this this could go all over the place, she said. This every school has the equipment and resource is to open safely, not just private schools or schools in wealthy areas, But all schools. Several school has every school has the ability to do, she says. They have the equipment, and the resource is to open safely. So if they already have the equipment in the resource is why do we need to pass a $1.9 trillion plan that includes funding for schools, too? Providing equipment and resource is cause she says that every school has the equipment and resource is to open safely. She's gotta be wrong. You can't say that about the science. She's gotta be everywhere. Every scientist. Think about what you just said. Every school Already has what they need. Yes. Yeah. I can't believe that. Okay? What do you have with? Who am I? Who am I to say? Tell me what they need that they don't have that you have at home. Tell me what they need. What do they need you? I mean, if you say there's no way what I guess they don't have. I guess I need testing equipment. They? Yes, they need immediate The tests do they need do they need testing? A quiet? I don't know. I'm not out of school. I don't know. I think would be good. If if Of a child is is showing Or a teacher is showing some signs. Maybe whatever a cold, you cough right going to the nurse's office. Do the swab. Do whatever Get in. You're gonna think this is crazy? How My kids are in school have been in school from the beginning. Yes, if they they were told from day one. This is going to sound crazy to you. Okay, Here it comes. All right. They were told from day one. If you feel bad. Stay home. Mm hmm. If you feel bad, stay home. Yeah. Guess what. Worked. Well, that's good. So what do the schools need that they don't have? There's an answer that you and I are missing and I don't know what it would be. Traffic right now. Money, Coco, tell us.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 8 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Wolinsky Live the WSB 24 hour news Center with our top stories this half hour here in Atlanta were in for some rain tomorrow but a warming trend we could hit almost 60. Much of the country up to 100 million Americans could see lots of snow during a massive winter storm coming Sunday night into Monday, extremely cold in the Northeast. Temperatures in New York City 19 degrees right now, some great news to report this morning The Wynette County canine named Bricks has been found a tweet from Gwinnett County Police confirming this on Twitter that bricks is safe unharmed. At the animal shelter. The seven year old dog was missing for hours. He took off at one o'clock in the morning. Chasing after an animal near the 600 block of Wonder Highway in Lawrenceville. But again, Burkes is back in his A okay. Ah prayer vigil plan for four o'clock this afternoon for the six chicken plant workers killed in Gainesville when a liquid nitrogen line burst at foundation Foods Channel two's Lauren Adams in Hall County this morning. I hear today later on this afternoon, they're gonna be gathering to pay their respects here at the plant where the workers passed away. This comes as a day after Hall County release those 911 calls no candy. No one on the 1st 911 call came from plant Manager Zach Hoover got a person who could potentially be frozen from liquid nitrogen in a terrible situation for workers by the way still in the hospital, three of them still listed in critical condition. Next weekend, the biggest betting weekend of the year. Here's correspondent Wendy Gillette, a new survey finds more than half of Americans plan to bet on the Super Bowl,.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"I think all of us sort of potential doors recognized the seriousness of our responsibilities. We also know the seriousness of what happened on giant rate of six. That's the date of the deadly Capitol attack. The former president's accused of inciting Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more live. David Peter Mansoor, suspected of Walk the article to the Senate around 7 P.m. Eastern. This is lawmakers debate the constitutionality of trying a former president. Republican Senator Mike Rounds on NBC's meet the press to begin with. I think it's a moot point, because I think right now Donald Trump is no longer the president. He is a former president, GOP Senator Mitt Romney says he believes the trial is constitutional. After the articles transmitted, there will be a two week pause to allow the former president to prepare defense. Once the trial gets underway, Senators will listen to arguments six days a week, breaking only on Sundays. Dave Rachel President Biden will issue a buy American executive order today, sharpening rules on federal money being used to buy products made in America. Also today's expected And then a band that President Trump ordered lifted will be put back in place today and prohibits travelers from the UK, Ireland and 26 countries in Europe as well as Brazil in South Africa. CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky will sign an order today requiring passengers two years old enoughto wear masks on all public transportation boxes. Tony J. Powers, former Trump Press secretary, Sarah Huckabee. Sanders wants a new job today. I announced my candidacy for governor of Arkansas and ask for your prayers and your support for the 10th time. Tom Brady's going to the Super Bowl this time with his new team..

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Breezy this afternoon looking for high of 57. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast with Channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nets is coming up. Let's get a check of those roads Veronica, her rails and the WSB 24 hour traffic center. And if you want to go out for lunch, don't go into buckets. You gotta travel advisory still because of power line repair that has light line's blocked over on Piedmont Road at Lenox Road. Police are on scene. They are dive. Hurting traffic, but just avoid that all together and use Roswell Road. Instead, I have more minutes. I'm Veronica around 95.5 WSB WSB news time is 11 31 holiday travel surging and at the same time Coronavirus numbers skyrocket Hartsfield Jackson International this morning. Packed with people coming into Atlanta for Christmas WSB. He's Robin Wolinsky. Talk with some people arriving here this morning was fine. They give seats and everything's fine. Were you worried at all about the virus? No. CDC recommends that you avoid travel during this pandemic. Triple A estimating 84. A half million Americans will travel between Wednesday. And January 3rd now your money. A vote is expected today on a $900 billion coronavirus relief bill among those getting help hard hit businesses, schools, healthcare providers and renters facing eviction. New this half hour, U. S Attorney General William Barr, saying that he sees no reason to a sport to appoint a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden and he says he will not appoint one bar. Also this morning talking about the hack of U. S government agencies, he says, quote certainly appears to be the Russians. And look to the sky tonight for an early Christmas present. The Christmas store will appear in the night sky for the first time in nearly 800 years. On this winter solstice, it'll appear that Jupiter and Saturn are merging, even though they're really hundreds of millions of miles apart. Tell a science museum astronomer David Dundee tells Channel two action news. The best viewing time look in the direction where the sun sets and the sun will set around 5 30 in the Southwest, and as it gets dark around six o'clock you'll see above the tree line next viewing opportunity. Not until the year 2080 Cheryl Castro 95.5 WSB. Let's take a look at the WSB market. Watch the deal right now is down. 163 points at 30,011. NASDAQ is down 140, the SNP's off 45. WSB news time 11 33 Way guarantee it anytime there's breaking news, whether our traffic we'll interrupt programming immediately, so you don't have to wait for the important information that impacts you 95.5.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"07. I'm Robert Wolinsky 95.5 wsb Atlanta's news and talk now Dave Baker starts our three of the home. Fix it show you're not sure Castro I am not. She's off today. And so I'm doing a different shift. That's how it works. Unacceptable. Get her on the phone. No. See, it was a whole thing because of the dogs game and blah, bitty blah, blah. You know how it works Way all switch off when there's a game. That's not on our shift. You all pitch in It's a round robin solution. Whatever around, Robin could go take you go terribly bad, So we're going to just end it right there. This is why you win the big awards because you work all the time. I do. Cheryl's got no shot because you know you're pushing around. No, she she was not entered in that category. Just telling you I'm just telling you how it works. Please just just drop the award talk until next year. I don't know if I can carry you again for an award next year. I did pretty good taking four years. You put a lot of votes and you stacked it. I did You stacked it from a lot of dead news directors voted for you. I believe it. Obviously home. Fix it Show in 95.5. WSB got an extra hour here was supposed to be bulldog football this morning. But that got changed due to corroded, corroded that's pretty good, corroded due to covet concerns. And they'll be back next week, hopefully playing Mississippi State in a night game where you go into that game map, Brady I am Are you really kick 7 30 kid? Really you're going to that game. Well, it's supposed to be was really supposed to have really good weather next weekend. If you look at the 10 Day forecast. Yeah. Should be a great evening isn't in Mississippi? Nope. It's in Athens. I thought it was guns, forcing Mississippi State. All right, 7 30 kicked. That means 3 30 tailgate right here at home with the dogs. 95.5 WSB. Thanks for correct telling me that was correct. Matt Brady has joined us from Breda Pest management here to answer any pest control questions. You may have it for 04872. 07 50 give us a call. I have questions, but I'd rather answer yours. We had a caller who couldn't hang on once you know the best way to get rid of mice. So I mean, typically mice. We're gonna be taking off pita. Yeah. I mean, then there's no answer to that myself. I did that myself. Okay, so I mean, with mice in all honesty, the best thing is gonna be glue boards. Um You know, A lot of people don't like them, You know, not you may but it really is the quickest way because here's what I don't want to die wir doing. I don't want to die wir putting out throw packs. Hence the name of the pack of poison that they just throw. They throw in their attic. They throw in the crawl space. They know the road and we'll find it eventually in their evening, But you no guess what? They're going to die, and you don't know where in the stench that comes with a dead rodent is just overwhelming. So the easiest you know it's not a healthy thing, either. It's not. I mean, just sit there and smell that in your home. It is very you know, unsafe. So you know the glue boards the best bet, But really, what the homeowner needs to do is how did they get into my home? You know That's where the professional companies like us come in, because you got to keep in mind a mouse consistent size hole the size of a dime. So you know it's meticulous inspection. But the unique advantage that we have in our company, Davis, you know the infrared camera. You know, rats and mice are not very clean. They're going to constantly urinate and defecate. Obviously, the homeowner can see the droppings. But what we see is is the urine trails because we picked that up on the infrared camera, so it gives us a unique advantage to figure out where they're getting in so we can plug those holes up. And then what we're going to do to give you back. Healthy, safe home is we're going to sanitize and disinfect all that critter waste so you can breathe. Breathe easy at night. World for 87207 50 is the number. Let's go to the phones. Talkto Alan, who's in Cherokee County, Alan, You're on the whole fix it show. Hey, Good morning, guys. How y'all doing doing? Well, how about you more doing pretty good, Except for I've got a real big issue problem with chipmunks. And they seem to be. I'm getting a lot of holes around my house.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It is. Anyway, I guess this Lieutenant Wolinsky gave a little conference here about what happened. And it's going to be interesting gave details of what goes on and saying that Jo knew about it. He's gonna be there tonight. Yeah, That's amazing. You know, his life is I think they're concerned that we might get ahold of him. But the thing of it is that I don't know how joke and honestly with a straight face. Down on that debate stand The podium. And say, I'm the best candidate for America. But he's going to say what is I know what is going to say tonight. I mean, I'm not 100% sure he's going to say it was trash and this was investigated by Republican committees, and there's nothing there. What? What committee now There was a senator, You know they didn't have any of the stuff. That's what you've got to say. But I What do you think of his general? Throw this by? I think we have time. Don't don't you think our aren't their sizable number of Americans don't want to hear about this and the details. They care about the economy right Their pocketbooks. They care about the riots that care about co vid. They really care about this, or is it just those of us who are politically active? I think people do like I say they want to know if their president is a crook. They thought that about Trump and is not giving his is his tax returns. And then you have Senator Cruz coming out in defending all of these actions. It's it's typical Democrat, you know. Rhetoric, you know, so I just think Joe just needs to fess up. He got caught, and I think this lieutenant came out. He's in trouble with the fence undoubtably. But he's hoping that if Trump wins, he's hoping for a pardon. You know, getting it out there. You guys are good, Jerry. You're you're better than the three of us your name because you got your theory all down there like it. Well, because I listen to you, Marc, look out. It gets to my heart. Thanks. Sure. Appreciate your call very much. And let's go to Jim. And sure view Minnesota. You're on with Marc. Hi, Jim. Hey, Marco. You doing very well? Um Because they're kicking around theories why the hunter left the dropped off those Laptops at that store, and I think I'm thinking that you know it was April. It was When ah The Ukraine phone call was going down for Trump and ah Things were getting hot. I believe that he dropped the job just.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm Robert Wolinsky ninety five point five W. SPT a plan as news and talk behind the veil of every I don't the ones we make of stone or the less tangible but greater idle monsters of wealth fame and power is the human desire to control the divine by making the divine in our own image they do what is expected which is why we chose them as idols in the first place such idols are not so free to testify in the way the god of the Trinity does that's the Reverend Dr Christopher Evanston and today he shares an inspiring message of faith and titled the god of unexpected things I'm Peter Wallace and this is a one welcome to day one the weekly program that brings you outstanding preachers from America's historic Protestant churches sharing insight and inspiration from god's word your life in nineteen forty five we began broadcasting every week as the Protestant our and since two thousand two as day one in twenty twenty we proudly celebrate seventy five years of sharing the good news of Jesus Christ around the world now here's your host Peter Wallace to introduce today's preacher thank you sherry today on day one we're delighted to welcome the Reverend Dr Christopher Evanston since twenty eleven has served as senior pastor of white memorial Presbyterian church in Raleigh North Carolina earlier he served churches in Tarboro and Charlotte Christopher is a graduate of Davidson college and earned his master of divinity degree from union Presbyterian seminary on his board he serves and a doctor of ministry degree from Columbia theological.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Five point five W. S. B. it was flying and on it WSMV news time seven oh six now live team coverage of traffic and weather here is running around thanks robin well at this troubled country continues over on this on these parameters twenty five blasted down the inner loop just before Jones Burrel road that is exit fifty five couple right lanes knocked out there so you are dealing with some delays but you got another travel advisory and it's because the construction is over on eighty five southbound and northbound both directions at Georgia four hundred you got up to three lines knocked out in each direction so you're dealing with some tough delays there as well I would tell you used to eighty five but over on the west side the inner loop also another travel advisory two eighty five north bound before paces ferry road that's exit eighteen destruction is blocking three right lanes causing delays over into finance I'm running around ninety five point five WSP channel two action news meteorologist Brad Nitz sunny breezy and cool today with a high of sixty four tonight we're headed to the low forties but with sunshine tomorrow we get into the low seventies and right now forty four chilly degrees here on Peachtree street at seven oh seven I'm Robert Wolinsky ninety five point five W. SPT Lana's news and talk it's three and growing with Ashley Frasca plants flowers trees and stuff brought to you by pike nurseries on ninety five point five W. S. B. welcome back to green and growing here on ninety five point five W. SP actually passed along his beautiful Saturday morning and the celebrity gardener at the time of the show the second hour of the show you've come to know it where I find it Lana personality whether or not they like gardening we just have a blast talking about anything and everything in the outdoors but I just so happen to find a gardener I think this Saturday I thought a lot of co workers tell me this is the lady you've got to talk to Linda Stouffer from channel two action news this morning actually it is so great to talk with you about treason not just traffic we let we love talking about traffic but it's wonderful to talk about plants and trees and thrilled to be here so I was so excited to.

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"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

"wolinsky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And southbound you got role where between south Cobb and paces ferry two right lanes are blocked it in north bound the interlude two left lanes are blockaded southbound on the outer loop my goals are ninety five point five WSB seventy eight today only isolated storms but where they develop they could be strong with hail possible and right now sixty four degrees here on Peachtree street at ten oh six I'm Robert Wolinsky ninety five point five W. SP Atlanta's news and talk now Dave Baker and the home fix it show see I'd laugh going into the break here with you what is that noise that's so irritating panel are intended enough I don't hear it I don't need to hear you I don't know here attaining right so what do you think should I go get my hair colored or not well if you send it out probably deliver you know they were at the salon I go to I really don't want to get into the name but I don't they were they were offering the the die and then I have to put it on myself and I'd have to borrow a paint brush from you I tell you what do you have any Jeff Ackland is going to be here from rhino shield he has thirty nine probably perfect for you and then he could painted on my head thank you run a seal you know yeah I could just bar brush from and then he can you know just put my hair dye on for me take a roller would better W. by the back of the head and stick your head in the bucket Baker thank you for making me laugh today I did a good laugh yeah I've been up since three AM galangal in here that thanks a show on ninety five point five W. S. B. M. Dave Baker here till noon today for all four eight seven two zero seven fifty is a number special guest almost instilled Wilder the other into their phone lines and studio Robbie Boyd from Ben hill renovations we've been talking about decking bread pointers here from fieldstone center we've been talking about stones not rock you know I got I got I got a solid guy Brad whose you know it eight seven seven get grass you could be like eight seven seven get stoned yeah we knew that we could do a whole month we're a bunch of stoners anyway to do a whole show on that did great whole new on it could be revealed right here on the home fix itself read it Bobby what you're Robbie with this yes I called you three wrong answers trying to get Robbie out I got a prison like three inch high letters in front of me and it makes it easy to call misty okay Steve I guess I guess the questions were able to get some callers on hold so let's go to college because that's why we're here to answer their questions let's start with Kristen Russell Chris you're on the hunt thanks to Joe a database taking my call everybody doing all right thank you Chris at a decking question I am going to project in the mountains where I'm gonna be rejecting a swim Dr and in building a new deck replacing a deck on the main house I'm not nuts about synthetic decking unless things have changed quite a bit over the years I found to be really hot on the street would you like to speak to that but I'm looking at a product called Kate at which of what I understand is the pressure treated decking that is kiln dried after treatment I wondered if you had any experience with it what you think about it thanks for the question Chris yeah there are a couple actually different products out there that they get to that process of doing the kiln dried before and they're they're great products I mean it's all you know typically number one would but there there still will be maintenance that goes behind it you know especially if you're talking about a dog or anything like that the thing with the killings are on is you can actually stain it you don't have to let it immediately after usually immediately after installation you'll have to let it cure first in.

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