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Don't Be Lazy Installing Security Updates
"Keeping personal internet connected devices updated with the latest security patches is vital. It's even more important. These days with people working from home and using personal devices to connect to their place of work but a lot of people delay installing updates or just ignore them. In april kaspersky hired a company to survey fifteen thousand people in twenty three countries to find out why among the findings half said they put off updates. Because they're busy doing other things half put off updates to see if there are any problems reported before installing them forty four percent say downloading and installing updates. Takes too long thirty. Six percent said they sometimes have been late meeting family or friends because a personal device was installing updates have said that it's difficult to keep track of all their families connected devices so that they can keep them updated and sixty two percent of respondents admitted they need family members to help them with updates. Now you might think the putting updates by a few days isn't terrible and you're right although ideally update should be installed within twenty four hours of being notified that one's vailable but eleven percent of respondents admitted that sometimes they've delayed installing an update by more than a few months that's dangerous because cyber-crooks create maur to take advantage of vulnerable systems within hours of company announcing the discovery of fault. So here's a few tips. You may still be able to work while updates are being installed in the background check with your it department where someone knowledgeable for advice said a regular time for looking for and installing updates. You should by now know that. Microsoft updates windows and other products on the second tuesday of every month
Fresh update on "sixty two percent" discussed on Betrayal Trauma Recovery
"Forty five percent experienced digestive issues. You know what i think is so interesting about the digestive issues. Think about this think. About what the digestive system does it absorbs digests and processes. I mean isn't it hard to absorb digest and process of betrayal. Like is it any wonder why the good would be acting up here. Are some mental ones. Seventy eight percent or overwhelmed seventy percent in disbelief sixty four percent in shock and sixty two percent unable to concentrate so just mix a gut issue with an inability to concentrate. And you're supposed to raise your kids and work rate. I mean and now let's add in the emotional. Eighty eight percent said nece eighty-three percent experience. Anger you just mix anger with sadness. And that's exhausting. Eighty two percents feel hurt. Eighty percent anxious. Seventy nine percent are stress. Here's why i wrote the book. Eighty four percent have been in ability to trust sixty. Seven percent are preventing themselves from forming deep relationships. Because they're afraid of getting hurt again. Eighty two percent find it hard to afford and ninety percent one of forward but they don't know how mao yup crazy I've experienced things. I don't know if i'm there now. But all of those things. There has been a period of my healing. Or i have felt all of those things right right. So that's the thing i mean everybody listening. You're not alone and you're not crazy. This is real. The good news is there's a way to heal from all of it and that's what the five stages proved so. Let's go there. What are these five stages from betrayal to break through. That were discovered in your study. This was the most exciting thing because not only did we learned that there are these five stages if we are to fully heal but we know what happens physically mentally emotionally at every stage and what we need to do to go from one stage to the next so when that was discovered healing from betrayal. Just became predictable. Here they are. The i dislike us setup stage and i saw this with every single study participant to if you imagine four legs of a table the forelegs being physical mental emotional and spiritual what excited everybody was a real heavy lean on the physical and the mental and really kinda electing the emotional and the spiritual. So what does that look like. It looks like we're really good at thinking and not really prioritizing the feeling and being but it's in the feeling in being that's where intuition lies and we turn that down state to here's where we're blindsided d day discovery day scariest stage this is terrifying and this is the shock so this is the breakdown of the body..
How Does Tik Tok Lead Generation Ads Work
"Last year since it really grew. And hey should i be on tiktok that you know as my audience there and so that's what i really wanted to talk to you about recently. Tiktok launched legion as one of the campaign objectives and it really just copies the campaign objectives from google from facebook from linked in twitter. And you'll notice if you're setting if you're setting up in ads account on any of those platforms. One of the first things that are going to do when you're looking at the ads. Creation is choosing the audience right. That's one of the things but the first step is really choosing the objective. And so if you go on tiktok in the ads manager part of tiktok you can see that. They now offer lead generation as one of the objectives right so if you wanna generate leads beat a b. or b. two c. It's there for tiktok whether it's gonna work for your business or your product or service or industry it. You'll need to test. I am testing it right now with a couple different clients. I'm testing it with my podcast. I actually just set up a lead gen campaign on tiktok for fifty dollars to run over the course of actually sixty dollars over the course of. I believe it's three days. So that's the minimum or you can choose the other minimum which is Twenty dollars a day but if we look at the audience the way i see it as this sixty two percent of all tiktokers are in the. Us are between the ages of ten and twenty nine. so that's not my audience. I know my audience the majority of the decision makers that i worked with them daily basis as a b. two b. service provider. My audience is forty five to sixty five years old. That's those are the people that are almost always making the decisions on building account. So you have to figure out if you're a b. two b. is your audience there presumably if they're telling me that sixty two percent or ten twenty nine than the other thirty percent are thirty years to sixty five years. Don't but i don't know a lot of adults who are of a you know even my my age category genetics Spending too much time on tiktok nevertheless even if you can get a small audience and generate some leads. Hey you wanna be creating brand awareness. If your lifestyle brand you sell products and
Fresh update on "sixty two percent" discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Last week that there's eight zero slack in the system closely held french shipping company. Cma cgm essay which raked in net income of two point. One billion dollars in the first quarter compared with forty eight million dollars in the year ago period indicated recently it expects sustained demand for the transportation of consumer goods to continue throughout the year. Freight costs are more painful for companies. That move clunky low-value items like toys and furniture if they are bulky products it means you can't get very many in the container and that will have a significant impact on the landed. Price of the goods said the entertainers grant for some lower value. Furniture makers freight now makes up about sixty two percent of the retail value according to allen murphy ceo of consultant see intelligence and copenhagen. You simply can't survive on this. He said someone is bleeding. Very hard companies are desperately trying to work around the higher costs. Some have stopped. Exporting to certain locations while others are looking for goods or raw materials from nearer locations. According to philip domino's founder and operational head of jewelry supply chain advisers the longer these extreme shipping freight rates last the more companies will take structural measures to shorten their supply chains. Thomas said few companies can absorb a fifteen percent increase in total delivered costs for internationally traded products. Some firms in europe are resorting to extreme methods like using truck convoys to get products including automotive parts bikes and scooters from china said espen at the european shippers council. Central bankers have so far been sanguine about the phenomenon. Arguing that the rise in consumer prices tied to supply. Hiccups won't last european central bank president christine lagarde said on june tenth. That while supply chain bottlenecks would push up. Production prices and the headline inflation rate is expected to rise further in the second half of this year the effect will fade. Several factors explained the lack of concern. Shipping costs only constitute a small fraction of the final price of a manufactured. Good with economists at goldman sachs group inc estimating in march when china europe rates were about half of current levels. That internationally they made up less than one percent to top that companies have annual contracts with the container lines so the prices they've locked in are considerably lower than the headline grabbing spot rates although the latest round of contract negotiations in may reflected the stronger spot market. Hsbc trade economist. Chanel rajon knock them said that the longer term rates are much much lower than the spot rates even if they are feeding through with the end of lockdowns consumer demand is likely to shift to services from goods but the risk of course that higher shipping costs persist especially given ongoing shipping disruption and that producers become more willing to pass these higher costs onto consumers. Roger niobium said while many economists note that even a full pass through of higher shipping fares to consumers will have a marginal effect on headline inflation. Volker land a professor of economics at together to university and frankfurt and a member of the german government's council of economic advisers warns. They might not be sufficiently factored in even if the order of magnitude smaller than estimated the dynamic builds over a year and has significant effects. He said that means there's a danger. We're underestimated the impact..
Rise in global COVID19 infections for fourth week in a row
"Kevin nineteen confirmed cases. Continue to rise around the world for a fourth consecutive week with around three point. Three million new cases reported in the past seven day period the u. n. health agency said on wednesday. The number of new deaths reported leveled off after a six-week decrease with just over sixty thousand new deaths reported the european region and the americas continue to account for nearly eight in ten of all cases and deaths the only region to report a decline in new deaths was the western pacific. Deaths fell by nearly a third compared to the previous week. There was also a notable increase in the number of new infections in southeast asia the western pacific europe and the eastern mediterranean according to the world health organization's weekly epidemiological update brazil. So a three percent rise in infections with five hundred eight thousand new cases france sought two hundred and four thousand eight hundred forty new infections. A twenty six percent rise and india recorded two hundred and forty thousand new cases a sixty two percent spike. Glibly there have been more than one hundred and twenty three point. Four million confirmed cases of covid nineteen including two point. Seven million deaths. Four hundred and three million vaccine. Doses have been administered.
Fresh update on "sixty two percent" discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Major. Us financial this closed mixed monday. With the strongest performance. In tech stocks the dow jones industrial average closed eighty five points lower. The s&p five hundred closed some points higher and the nasdaq was up. A hundred and four points nationally pasture range conditions last week held about steady according to the latest. Usda crop progress report for the week ending gene thirteenth. Thirty five percent of pasture range was rated as direct solent which was the same as a week earlier but ten percent less than a year earlier. Conversely thirty six percent was rated as poor or poor compared to thirty seven percent a week earlier and twenty two percent a year earlier according to the. Us drought monitor for the week. Beginning june ten sixty one point two percent of the continental us ranged from abnormally dry to exceptional drought. That was two point one percent more than previous week but five point two percent less than at the beginning of the year crop. Progress continue strong for row crops. Ninety six percent of corn was emerged which was two percent more than last year and five percent more in the five year average. Sixty eight percent was in good or excellent condition. Similarly with ninety four percent of the crop in the ground eighty six percents soybeans were emerge which was seven percent more than the prior year and twelve percent more than the five year average. Sixty two percent were in good or excellent condition that you're calico market update for monday.
AP-NORC poll: People of color bear COVID-19's economic brunt
"A new survey shows people of color have been bearing the brunt of the economic impact of Colbert nineteen in a poll from the Associated Press said O. R. C. center for public affairs research sixty two percent of Hispanics and fifty four percent of blacks say they have suffered job losses pay cuts or cuts in hours on unpaid leave that compares with forty five percent of whites and the results show that those who have lost income or more likely to have found themselves in deep financial holes these findings are in addition to an AP analysis showing blacks and Hispanics are less likely to have received a vaccination I'm Mike Hampton
Pfizer COVID vaccine found 94% effective in real-world study
"A real world testifies vaccine and more than half a million people in israel confirms that even after one dose it's very effective at preventing serious illness or death ninety two percent effective at preventing severe disease after two shots and sixty two percent after one and it was equally effective in young people. And those over seventy. The fda is one step closer to authorizing johnson and johnson's one dose vaccine for emergency use panel meets tomorrow to make a recommendation so far. The fda's review noted the vaccine to be sixty six percent effective overall in preventing moderate to severe covid nineteen and it has a favorable safety profile.
Why Square Stock Dropped Today
"Came in solidly higher-than-expected shares of square though are down seven percent this morning. Because growth is slowing. There's always a lot to get to with square so when you look at all the numbers. Tell me what stood out to you. Yes for me. I really focused. When i swear on really their burgeoning business which you know is the cash shop. It's funny you mentioned the war on cash and they have this kind of conveniently named cash app so it was really some of the numbers that the shop drew in the quarter and for that matter the fiscal year one of them is one hundred sixty two percent. Increase your ear. Gross profit of the cash up In a lot of that is being fueled by new users and specifically cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. So i think one number is not in throughout the entire twenty twenty fiscal year over three million people transacted bitcoin in some regard which was a two hundred fifty percent increase in volume compared to fiscal year. Nineteen and then they also even gave some gave some information on january twenty twenty one st year with over one million new buyers of bitcoin so really just interesting kind of figures throughout the entire report. Kind of the bitcoin. Being such an important part of that cash app is what really stood out to me. Yeah and that was certainly part of the headline squares square announcing it had purchased one hundred seventy million dollars worth of bitcoin during the quarter so cash app is squares version of ven. Mo- it's interesting to see the reaction from the start because on the one hand. This is a stock. Even factoring in the drop today. The stock is up almost two hundred percent in the past year so i understand particularly traders on wall street with a shorter term mentality saying alright. It's been a good year. Let's let's take a little money off the table. That sort of thing on the other hand. I don't know the overall market cap of square is just over one hundred billion dollars. It seems like a business with a lot of room to run. And i was listening to some of the comments the. Cfo made around what they are. Seeing it square in terms of how sticky the cash app is in terms of the other parts of squares business. How it's this thing that sort of bringing people in and once they're in the square ecosystem. They they start trying other parts of the business. So i don't know like would you look i get the. Pe ratio is somewhere north of five hundred. But when you when you look at everything that square has going on do you look at today as a buying opportunity for people who maybe had square on their watchlist and thought well okay. It's it's seven percent cheaper than it was yesterday. Yeah actually i was looking at. You know over the last couple of weeks how it's performed and through last week year to date. I think it was up. Something like twenty seven percent and then you have over the last couple of days. You know ten percent or so pullback and these are always the days as as a long term investor that i look for you know have a business. That's in my opinion burgeoning. Having fiscal year revenue grow over one hundred percent granted excluding bitcoin. That's only about fifteen or twenty percent but as long term investor. I do think this is an opportunity. I'm not personally a shareholder of square. But it's a fascinating business to me and we've seen so much traction and really their largest growing business in terms of bitcoin transaction cryptocurrency and things like that which really doesn't seem to be dying the craze three or four years ago now. And you know it's all of a sudden habit a two year hiatus and it's got right back in the thick of things you know which squares really benefiting from. So you know. I think if you're a long term investor willing to hold for a couple of years and not too worried about a lot of volatility which has realizing probably will continue to experience over the coming months over coming quarters over the coming years I think this is an opportunity to dip your feet in or maybe increase your position a little bit lows. Fourth quarter report
There is a Surge Of Coronavirus Deaths in Mexico
"New data reveal a surge of cova deaths in mexico. The country has officially confirmed more than two million cases. An almost one hundred eighty thousand deaths from the corona virus but mortality rates. Tell an even more grim tale over the past year deaths were fifty two percent higher than in previous years. According to the financial times that puts mexico's rate of excess deaths much higher than that of countries such as america and brazil assembled woman to stay lot yet earlier this month. Mexico's president andres manuel. Lopez obrador widely known as anglo said. We are living in a stellar moment. The kovic spike is far from the country's only problem poverty. Corruption and crime are all on the rise but polls indicate that two years into amyloid term. Most mexicans are willing to give him more time. Mexico's president is incredibly popular. Sir burke is our mexico bureau chief he wanted on slide in two thousand eighteen and he still has approval ratings that most other leaders would be extremely jealous off at sixty two percent as it stands and that's all in spite of what looks like a very good handling of most things most obviously at the moment the pandemic. What do you mean by that. Mexico is a terrible record for covert hospitals are full and oxygen tanks in short supply. It's done very few tests for covid. It hasn't provided very much financial support tool for people who are suffering or being asked to stay home not to work the vaccination which is one sort of bright spot potentially insofar as mexico has lined up enough vaccines to cover its population. But it's a very very slow start. That might be picking up now. But otherwise there talks of ten years to get to seventy five percent of the population being vaccinated. I'm currently this has been a problem again from the top. So i'm low has completely downplayed the importance of the pandemic. He has refused to wear a face mask apart from wants when he flew in an airplane to go to the united states and he got covid himself the stars of this year and he reappeared and everyone thought well. Maybe he'll have changed his mind after this. But he reiterated again that he wouldn't be wearing a face mask so in the face of that pandemic response on wires his popularity still so high so he had this amazing vision for mexico in eighteen. Which is why he won with a landslide. He said. I'm going to do a fourth transformation. These big bold plan to make the country fairer and more equitable ending corruption and crime. And making sure there was economic growth where the gains were fairly distributed so that poor people go rich. The reality is slightly different from the vision so far in the two and a bit years. He's been in power. He's been undoing. The reforms of previous presidents and dismantling that system throwing out the baby with the bath water you could say. And then his new initiatives mainly they seem to fail to solve the problems that they put two and then a of third element is that he's really concentrated power in the presidency and some people say that they get things done and other people think they're more evil intentions behind that well. Let's come back to the throwing the baby out with the bathwater part. What's he'd been doing. In terms of reform he abolished prosper. Which was a very sort of lauded conditional cash transfer program for the poor he also reversed education. Reform was much more meritocratic assessment of teachers. A big one at the moment is he's trying to reverse bit by bit and opening of the energy market. That happened in two thousand thirteen so it was open to private and foreign enterprises which make electricity cheaper and greener on current. Neither congress is debating a bill which would favor cfe which is state owned electricity provider. So they're actually go first into the grid. As opposed to the cheaper electric which is often green provided by private companies. This would obviously raise prices and deti energy but it could also breach the. Us mexico canada agreement. Which is the north american free trade pact to replace after another sort of big thing has been getting rid of or proposing get rid of a lot of the autonomous agencies such as the freedom of information agency all these ones keep checks on the government and what it's doing so well he's been tearing all that down. What's he been building up. Will you say his own initiatives. Don't do what they should. He's very dedicated to fiscal discipline. That's a good thing especially in a so-called left leaning president it's also become very counter productive during the pandemic. The imf is telling mexico to spend more so far it's only spent nine point seven percents of gdp on extra efforts during the pandemic and more needs to be done and some people think this is going to need to scarring that there's going to be permanent drop in output caused by loss of jobs and businesses so the recovery is going to be much much slower in mexico than elsewhere. He's also splashed out on bizarre old-economy projects such as pouring money. Pex the world's most indebted oil company. And then he's putting eight billion dollars into a refinery at the time when no other country is building refineries and it's not clear what economic return that will be from that and you mentioned the big transformative plan was in part about ending endemic corruption and crime. How's that been going. Well either jason. That was point. Four percent dip in murders last year and he proclaimed this dip as a very significant success. But that's after a rise the before and frankly during the pandemic you'd expect it to have dropped them. In in other countries across latin america that also suffer high levels of violence that has been the case he also rejected the previous government's tactic of killing and capturing crime kingpins because led to a splintering of gangs. And you might be worth rejecting that. But there's no alternative puts in place. So i think his vision is that you alleviate poverty and crime goes down. That might happen in the long term but it does nothing to sort out the short term problem the problem of the current chapel as opposed to the ones who are still only three years old on corruption. As you could say he's set a good example so has been good political rhetoric. The stiffer penalties on bribe-taking for bureaucrats. But he's unless strengthen the institutions to carry that ford again it's more rhetoric than actual institutional change or heft. The national anticorruption prosecutors overwhelmed with cases and one government agency suggests that the number of acts of corruption actually rose by nineteen percent between two thousand seventeen and two thousand nineteen. It is as you say not a big list of happy news here. I mean when will that's ring down to the electorate. I mean how long we'll mexicans continue to support him for his failures because he really has persuaded a lot of people that he's like them and cares about the he's very popular because of who he is and his message rather than necessarily what he does. The opposition is seen as corrupt on what came before him was horrifically corrupt. And so he's seen the best of a bad bunch by a loss of people. But you know here's a classic populace and a lot of elite azam Against him they see him as a mexican version of hugo chavez. Which i think is a little bit of an exaggeration. But there's this big divides on the mix of policy failure. I'm power grabbing is is worrying.
Small businesses see rise in contactless payments amid pandemic
"Business owners have really adopted and glommed on to this new digital wave that we've all been thrusted into because of the pandemic small business owners like never before have been forced to seek help to digitize their business in various ways to try to accommodate the could their customers and try to survive. Frankly beyond just You know they're. They're the current environment so that they can pay their bills given that the lockdowns of had such a the capacity have had such a big effect of small business owners. There was a recent article published about small businesses that talks about how eighty two percent of small business owners are ready for digital payments and other digital methods of doing business as well. There was a study that was conducted by visa revealed. The eighty two percent of small business owners are shifting toward digital payments in response to the pandemic now. These small businesses are rolling out new forms of in-store contactless payments to meet the covid nineteen weary customers that are demanding their protection when they go to stores at the point of sale. And if you've gone to places like target recently or gone to places. Some big box retailers. Then you probably have seen some of the different methods that these stores have used to try to accommodate customers like putting barrier protections on the keypads of the payment like bacteria prevention or spread prevention bacteria. Microbe free plastic. Wrap things on the show what they're called but on the keys where you can punch in your code. I hope you still use sanitizer. Because those things say claim that they disinfect like all day which. I'm not too sure about not exactly sure how that works. But but anyways. Contactless payments in digitizing payments in digitizing business transactions is a big thing at the moment a small businesses or hopping onto you know and honestly there's some evidence that has shown that there are a lot of some big reasons. Why small business owners like yourself. Listening to this podcast. You consider this. The eighty two percent increase of small businesses using contactless payments was up according to the study from twenty percent in june. So now it's well. We're february i now january's over so you honestly at this sixty. Two percent increase in june is massive. It's absolutely massive and it. It absolutely shows no signs of slowing down in the new year since the pandemic small businesses have shifted in general digitizing their operation so if in the fitness industry which i know well of course because i have a stake in the fitness industry. Fitness companies have digitized their offerings. Of course everyone knows about some of the massive at home fitness companies. Like peleton have done. Really well and digitizing their brand and capitalizing on that digitize. They should of their brand and even with boutique studios fifty offered virtual studio classes to the members so that their members could have their workout still at home despite being off down and not able to come in so there have been a demonstration across the board in the us of many opportunities as small business. Owners have taken to digitize their small business and this includes at this point contactless payments. And if you're listening to this podcast. He don't contactless payment is think apple apple pay or amazon. Pay or pay pal. Basically you put your credit card into your smartphone and the wallet of your smartphone. When you get to the register you punch in your code or use your face. Ide- your fingerprint recognition and you are able to charge whatever you pay your buying at the register with your phone you just kinda hover it over the the payment system and it automatically takes your payment. So that's the contactless digitalization of payments that we're talking about.
Why will most Australians get a less effective vaccine?
"Australia's on track to get access to or to approve two different coronavirus. Vaccines is one from fayza. Biontech and there's one from oxford strelka but the two vaccines are quite different defies. A shot has like ninety five percent efficacy based on the studies and the oxford. One has a lot less than that. But it looks like we're only gonna get enough of the fiso one to vaccinate maybe five million people it's going to be prioritized for the people who are most vulnerable kind of everyone else is gonna get the oxford one. So we've got simony questions from people and a lot of them. Cluster around the question of why most australians going to get a vaccine that looks a lot less impressive than what we know is possible when it comes to fighting corona virus country. I just wanted to chain. Just want to alter one thing that you say. Is that the head of the therapeutic goods administration before christmas indicated that in fact they were going to get data from johnson and johnson from their vaccine. So this is not one of the vaccines that the government's got an arrangement with but i think they've made a preliminary application and all the last forty eight hours. The ceo of johnson. Johnson has said that they're going to be releasing their phase three trial data in the very near future. Now this is an adenovirus vaccine which is one which called virus. If you'd like carries the corona virus spike into the cell. A bit like the astro vaccine and the chinese vaccines. But it's a one dose vaccine rather than a two doors vaccine so really interesting vaccine. It'll be really interesting to see what they come up with this. This the johnson and johnson one and we'll possibly be another option. The tj seemed to save before christmas that this was on the table for approval which is interesting even though we haven't got a business arrangement with them as far as we are led to believe. Okay so let's just recap on the data the pfizer the moderna and the astro vaccines all do the same thing. They take genetic messages into the cell and tell the cell to produce the spike protein which then goes off into the blood and the immune system responds and create an immune reaction which is then memorized for future infections the pfizer and moderna one dude by mini which package of genetic messaging and the astra. One does it with a chimpanzee virus. Adenoviruses takes into the cell and leaves the genetic message there behind to produce the spike protein. So they do the same thing but in different ways from the trials the phaser moderna vaccines have you around. About ninety five percent efficacy. Let me just explain. The word efficacy for a moment. Efficacy is a word used in trials clinical trials which shows the in the trial context in the circumstances of that trial where the included and excluded certain people and the duration of what they monitored. That's really what efficacy means. Within the context of trial they got ninety. Five percent efficacy at reducing disease. If you were infected there were not enough data from those two trials at least not yet to show whether the affected infection and transmission although with the astra trial they did actually have datta which did suggest that the astra vaccine prevents transmission. Which makes us pretty confident that the pfizer. We'll actually resist transmission tube but we have no data on that yet. So it's efficacy. It's not effectiveness in the real world so when you introduce a vaccine or a drug into the real world. The efficacy may change. It may go down. It may go up and that will be seen as we monitor it going through. Okay so what did the astro vaccine find it. Find that when you gave to standard dozes roundabout four weeks apart thereabouts. You got sixty two percent effectiveness at reducing disease all disease and much harder effectiveness reducing severe disease so all these vaccines seemed really good at preventing severe disease and death but the oxford overall sixty two percent effective. The seventy two percent comes from an average and really shouldn't be used because it's not relevant average because the smaller british trial made an error and gave a smaller dose to some people who raised under fifty five and then give a standard does later and what they got was ninety percent effectiveness in that small. Subgroup wasn't planned but they noticed there and when they put those two together. That's got seventy percents so it's not a fair comparison. Comparing standard does to standards to those standards especially younger people might be less likely to have severe disease anyway. Yes so that makes sense biologically because what's happening. Almost certainly with the astro vaccine is that the body is developing antibodies. Nobody absolutely proven. But it's actually ironically and sort of sadly developing antibodies to the chimpanzee admiral virus so the very virus that's like an uber bringing the genetic basis into the cell. The body's reacting to that so when you get the second does the second dose isn't working as well because the body's working against the actual vaccine vaccinated against the vaccine so that makes sense with the low dose because you haven't generated as many antibodies to the chimpanzee virus there for you get a really good prime with the first low does and then a good hit with a second does now there's indications that came out of the same is true of india and a sense from the ceo of astra that the results are better than you think. And the implication was that if you separate the two standard doses by three months you might get sent effectiveness now. We talked about it a little bit but that on yesterday's corona cast 'cause that's a long time between dozes and as we've seen just talking about the uk variant. We talked about the brazilian various african very very unfair to them by country. But that's the shorthand version of doing it. We're getting a quite quickly of new variants and three months between vaccines might be too long and that the virus changes between dozes and. That's the problem there.
Why 2021 will be an even bigger year for coronavirus
"But a lot of the people who are testing positive people who are already in quarantine in isolation we kind of feeling like it. It's not yet. But has new south wales more or less nile. The sydney outbreak have christmas and christmas under reasonably relaxed circumstances. You did have a massive gathering on eastern suburbs breach at bronte. Beach will only see the results of that in five to ten days time. But it's looking okay is still perplexes. Me that the premier of new south wales and the health minister are digging in refusing to mandate masks when that would give them an extra degree of security. I mean you had people the other day swarming. All over on boxing day swarming over the shops. There were some mask wearing but not as much as you'd hope and it would just be such a small thing to go to mandatory masks. You sort of need it to be a rule so that people follow it so that you get that mess coverage that you need for it to be effective. The other thing that i thought was interesting that they mentioned in the press conference yesterday was that some of the people who had testing positive had tested positive on ten or eleven of the isolation actually quite light in the isolation and that just goes to the varying incubation periods of this virus five days is average but it can go eight ten fourteen sometimes even longer than fourteen very. It's very small percentage of the golden fourteen. And then as we've said many times a corona cast your false negative rate right at the beginning of the infection is really quite high. Could it be could be anything up to eighty percent but then goes down to a low roundabout eight days and what you're seeing here is the false negative rate getting done pretty low as the infection proceeds in some people and it's just prudent to watch to see whether or not people are still negative as they come out of that chelation period. We've actually got a question from someone who is in quarantine or was at least when they wrote this letter to us. Lazy saying You norman and also the primary of new south. Wales urge people to celebrate christmas outside. But what about the quarantine is who have no fresh air for fourteen days and are relying on many hotel ventilation. Is it safe for them. Depends on the movie hotel. The ventilation has been a problem in some of them. And i think in some hotels they've try to fix up the ventilation so that is as it can be. But there's no guarantee in this the problem is if you're in quarantine and you're taking outside. That creates risk as they showed in victoria. So unfortunately you do have to remain confined to the room tough though that may be and question from phillip corinthian as well phillips making the comment that you say politicians talking about noncompliant behavior as being disappointing or surprising but He sort of going well. Why don't you just put them in jail. Where the regulations that there to make people comply with With regulations the problem here is coercion does not always work. They find that out in victoria. We mentioned this before wherever they please surrendered a supermarket. They arrested a woman. If you remember rightly And then they realize that you just alienate the community by too much coercion. You've got to bring the community along with you. That's what's happened in the northern beaches. It's not perfect. Didn't happen in suburbs of sydney over the christmas period. But you really just go to try and bring people with you and for really agree. Jesus offenders then you might have to find them or do something stronger. Yesterday they were talking about a woman who escaped quarantine in western australia and serious finds a waiting car but apart from the odd case. You just can't be seen to be too heavy-handed about this. You've got to bring the community with you. This many people in quarantine associational coming for testing like literally tens of thousands of people coming forward for testing. It seems a little unfair to focus on the very few people who aren't doing the right thing when so many people That's right and then. This is the problem of behavioral economics. If you like which is that if you think. The norm is misbehavior. Then you will change your behavior towards the norm. We we like to. Our behavior is typical of other people's with a few exceptions and therefore if all we're doing is broadcasting bad behavior actually the behavior of the community will drift towards bad behavior whereas if you focus on the positive and say the vast majority of people in new south wales during the right thing that becomes the norm and we do it. The same thing goes for just changing the subject from covid nineteen to say obesity. The more we say. Obesity is accused problem. Forty percent of people are obese or whatever. The number happens to be at that particular time people who are putting on weight thing. Oh well relatively normal. It's not a problem with being obese. Might not like it that much. But that's the way it's going whereas the actually say the majority strains are not obese and feeling gooden so on and so forth then you will tend to think. That's the norm and drift towards that so changing your behavior in that sort of form. And that's and that's how it works here to forcing you to hard doesn't work is the same the case with masks then like we were saying before that if you make the mandatory and people are wearing them then people just wear them well there is a there is a singing promoted by some people in healthcare. Which is there is a. There's something that you just do. It and mandatory mask wearing is adjusted. It's an easy thing to do You're not restricting people's behavior you're just asking them to wear a mask so it's not too onerous and therefore it's a reasonable thing to ask it's mandatory to others. We'll give him the is ls episode for at least a couple of weeks unless something big happens and we will be back if it does. Norman what sort of mindset show be should we be taking into two thousand twenty one. Well let's start with the so-called uk strain ovo people in britain. Are you jacking up with the uk strain. It's like people saying that. The krona viruses the china virus. So that feeling anxious about that anyway. There is a strain. I identified in south east of england which we saw yesterday in a preprinted that it looks as though the estimated increase in transmission ability. If you like is about fifty six percent not seventy percent for started. It doesn't look as though it's increasingly virulent in other words during more damage or even less damage to people and it. He's slowly taking over. In terms of the prevalent virus in that part of england and will probably start moving there and maybe even overseas once border. Start coming down. So there's not to panic about the comment in this. Pre print is the control of this virus. You've variant is the same as before it's lockdown. Actually it's a serious lock down the predict from their modeling that in the uk they won't control this variant with. Half-hearted lockdown measures is going to be the full thing including universities in schools. They predict unless britain does that. It's not going to be able to control this new variant given its increased contagious nece. Don't nothing i'd say. Twenty twenty one is what's for vaccines. The astra vaccine comes in and reports better effectiveness with new dozing van. We're in good shape and australia. And because we manufacturing it here but if they are stuck around sixty two percent. Australia has a major problem on its hands with a second rate vaccine and to acquire early doses of the vaccine from pfizer or moderna. So that we can be prepared particularly for clusters where if new clusters arise. We can immunize healthcare workers or even experiment with what we talked about before and chromecast ring vaccination but the astra vaccine is for australia's one to keep an eye on because if that doesn't pan out in the next few weeks to be in a highly effective vaccine. Australia's got a problem because we have a second rate vaccine on our hands. And the thing. I'll say for twenty twenty one. I'd love to leave you with a positive sense is that we've really got to begin for twenty twenty. One is going to be a long time before this comes under control and for most of two thousand twenty one. We are going to be at risk in australia from overseas. importation of virus from corona virus fatigue. Which i'm sure many people are feeling already. So we've just got to keep our vigilance. Keep our borders strict and hope that the vaccine gets in early and we can vaccinate as quickly as possible so that we get this under control and hope that those vaccines do prevent transmission. Those are the things to watch out for. And we're just gonna take a deep breath and digging for twenty twenty one absolutely but you've got to say that in terms of globally australia's going into twenty twenty one in a really good position competitive many other places in the world. It's really fantastic. And so as new zealand and conceive from south korea are fragile that can be sued. Just go to maintain our vigilance. Not rest on our laurels. But we've done well. Well
Countries Ban Travel From U.K. Over New Covid-19 Strain
"Scientists in the uk are racing to understand why a new strain of the crow virus in britain appears to be spreading much more quickly than earlier variants. It comes britain imposed fresh lockdowns across london and surrounding areas over the weekend and a growing number of countries in europe and beyond have banned travel from the uk for more. We go to our charlie turner who spoke with the journals. uk brexit editor. Stephen fiddler about the new strain of covid nineteen. So steve wynn was this variant. I identified it was first identified around september the twentieth in kent which is a county to the southeast of london and on the day after they found it in in london itself since then it's grown rapidly so about a month ago it was responsible for twenty percent or so of cases in london and the latest number. We have in london suggest. It's a responsible for sixty two percents of the cases there so it's spreading much more rapidly than the older versions and the government sort of estimates maybe seventy percent more rapidly than the earlier versions of the virus. What exactly do scientists say about how this variant spreads seems. To have happened is some new. -tations have changed the spike protein on the virus. Oh the depictions you say the virus of have this sort of crown type effect with spikes on the end of the spikes. The protein exists in that protein breaks down the cell walls and allows the virus to enter now. This variant appears to be more successful at breaking down the cell walls and therefore enters the the body more easily impacts with less of a kind of viral. Load if you like to to make that happen. It's not really clear how it works. But that seems to be one. Possible reason for its increased transmission. Is it more dangerous. There's no evidence to suggest as more dangerous at this moment. I mean there's still. I mean obviously still studies going on to look at it. There's no sign in london that hospitalizations have been increasing. All the deaths have been increasing though. It's early days or at least that they've been increasing faster than you would expect under the elder if it had been a lot of the old version of the virus so So far no evidence. That is more dangerous but the jury's still out the other big question always we seeing vaccines rollout is is whether it's likely defeat the vaccines that are coming on. That seems to be also for the moment. There's no evidence of that again. They'll need to do more work on it. There are several types of vaccines that are that our being developed. So even if it did. Effect will reduce the effectiveness of one of which is eaten so far no evidence than others mites Might be effective but still investigating. That steve are there any indications of spread outside the uk at this point. I think there are two things. The european center for disease control said today that had identified. It didn't denmark in the netherlands and a possibly in belgium a few cases. Something else that seems to have happened. Is that there are very similar. Variants that have arisen. Separately in places like south africa and elsewhere so it seems to be a similar mutation that could have arisen in different parts of the world around the same time and The south africans have said that version is all seems also increasing transmissibility. The virus in in south africa
Fears and tension mount for commuters still heading to work
"Here's something else the corona viruses crushing public transit grocery workers healthcare professionals cleaning crews and others all still have to go to work but they're ditching public transit where some worry about fellow travelers were wearing masks were keeping their distance public transit ridership is down sixty two percent according to a recent survey by used car sales they are booming they hit the biggest level on record in June a transit industry official says they are in survival mode now New York Washington and San Francisco are just three of the city's considering massive lay offs of transit workers I'm ready to fall late
What's going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine?
"Everyone is continuing to scrutinize the oxford astrazeneca vaccine which just me awakes ago. Felt like how best chance at a vaccine for card and it's it's come up with results as we talked about last week. That looks really promising. And then on closer inspection. They looked a bit. We'd there was a thing where a small group of people in the vaccine trial received a half toys and they had better results. But then now there's questions about whether they would give him a half dose by accident. How do we make sense of what's happening with this vaccine trial. It's actually really hard. So we we signalled all this. I think last tuesday on corona cash. So it was quite clear then. The they done something unacceptable which was tried to average two very different trials and one going to sixty two percent result effectiveness result of preventing covid nineteen disease. Which if it'd been the first vaccine to report cited pretty good because the registration level is fifty percent effectiveness but came after a visor moderna with well over ninety percent effectiveness. And then how. They got their average of seventy percent. Sh- really sounds like confection. Which is that the got in another smaller trial. A result in people who have does food or following had got ninety percent effectiveness. And all this goes back to pharmaceutical companies making scientific announcements by press release. We could talk about this til kingdom come. There are rumors circulating this confirmation but apparently they're rushing to publish this and that there's a report of the financial times they will publish this in the lancet thursday so thursday of this week british time. We should know a bit more about this trial and remember. This is a vaccine. The promise not to make profit side of that is cheap. And they've committed to giving very large doses. i think something enormous like a third of the world's doses of vaccines are relying on astra any so. This is a lot riding on this vaccine. So six effectiveness is better than nothing but hard to justify spending money on if you other vaccines around that are ninety percent but if there's nothing else around than what do you do so they may have to repeat the trial With a half does fall by food if you remember. There is rationale for that. Which is that. The chimpanzee virus that takes genetic material into the cell in theory generate an immune response in other words you immunize to the chimpanzee virus so the second vaccine does that you get the bodies kind of immune to actually the carrier for the vaccine so it doesn't prove to be effective the russians get round this by giving you two different carrier vaccines first. One is a different carrier. Virus from the second vaccine doors has a different carrier virus. Antibodies to the first one won't affect the second one but the the reason they chose. The chimpanzee virus was in the theory. That the human being wouldn't generate an immune response to a chimpanzee vars. It would be kind of invisible which is maybe wishful thinking about. They have studied this chimpanzee adenoviruses before so really we can talk about it. A lot on corona cast but will know hopefully the end of the week an awful lot more than we know now. But i suspect they're going to have to go back to the drawing boards and try a half those trial just to see whether or not they can get a ninety percent efficacy so we have some questions from the audience about this. But i've got some questions for you. I do these sorts of things. The maybe the deicing mix apple the on shore uncertain results so these happening or clinical trials. But the difference. This time is that the public is watching it. Play out in real time or is there a chance that these frantic competitive pace of trying to get a vaccine out is may be causing companies to have to make errors and so then what does this mean for our ability to trust a vaccine once. It comes on the market all good questions. Teagan the reason you've got this problem is almost certainly rushing and missing out of what's called a phase two trial so normally you've got three phases of trials phase. One which is looking at safety tends to be small and a few hundred people then you would normally go to face to face to trial is a dose. Finding study which is the most effective does of vaccine or drug. That's going to get you your effect. That's in a larger number of people and you. You test the dozing now. What you've missed out here in all. These trials is a proper phase to study so they've rushed headlong into a phase three study with a guesstimate as to what the doors is. Now i think from memory. There was an element of doors finding in the face. Three study in the may. Well it'd in them does finding all the vaccine trials testing the site. Which is why you've got the half does or could be a mistake. We'll find out but it could be that we got the doors wrong. And if you remember rightly right at the beginning of this whole process we said nine out of ten vaccines fail and we haven't had nine ten vaccines fail so far we've had them all surviving this process. It's just that the astro vaccine was disappointing with a to those regiment. Michael's asking about the payoff. Side of things star. He's pointed out that pfizer medina have both sort of said that they vaccines are about ninety five ninety nine hundred percent effective but they've been very selective about releasing details of their methodology and is querying why they haven't been subject to similar criticism as oxford astrazeneca. I hope decisions are not being based on who has the best. Pr so the answer to that is we. Don't know until they publish the results. But certainly pfizer. Moderna were fairly straightforward. And what they said it wasn't transparent at all they just don't trust that to one thousand nine hundred. Ninety five percent effectiveness astro if you like was a bit more transparent although there were a bit silly and averaging the two trials so you could see. There was part of the study which showed sixty two percent. Genetic study showed ninety percent now if that happened with pfizer madera. Different does is. We don't know that all we know is that the does they've published. They got really good results but the regulators will see those findings. It's there's no. There's no benefit to pharmaceutical companies of lying to regulators like the food and drug administration. Because the will be called out. The penalty is a huge in terms of reputational damage and in the financial damage. So go to get this sorted out. And they've got to be honest with the public but this is the problem with a press. Release you just. Don't get a chance to scrutinize the data.
"Good vaccine news just keeps on coming on the backs of really promising news. From the pfizer. Biontech and madonna now oxford astrazeneca have announced the preliminary results from their phase three trials which showed overall seventy percent efficacy as reminder madonna and visor biotechs. Vaccines both currently show around ninety. Five percent efficacy but seventy percent is still very solid. That's about where dr fauci had been saying. He'd be very pleased to see. But i overall seventy percent. Because there's a weird quirk of the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. That i as someone who is not an immunologist. Don't quite understand but hopefully we'll get more information on it in the coming days. Here's what i can tell you for now. The vaccine like the pfizer biontech one would need to be distributed in two doses however the first dose just needs to be half a dose for some reason. Doing a half dose on the first injection makes the whole vaccine overall more effective than if you got to hold doses quoting stat news. The preliminary results on the astrazeneca vaccine were based on a total one hundred. Thirty one covid nineteen cases in a study involving eleven thousand three hundred sixty three participants. The findings were perplexing to full doses of the vaccine appeared to be only sixty two percent effective at preventing disease while a half dose followed by a full dose was about ninety percent effective. That ladder analysis was conducted on a small subset of the study participants. Only two thousand seven hundred forty one a us based trial being supported by operation. Warp speed is testing the two full dose regimen. That may soon change. Astrazeneca plans to explore adding the half dose full dose regimen to its ongoing clinical trials in discussions with regulatory agencies spokesman told stat in an email and quotes and quoting from the new york times. The oxford scientists said they were still trying to understand why the vaccine was more effective at a smaller first dose. The first is supposed to prime the immune system while the second is supposed to boost its response while it seemed counter intuitive for a smaller i dose to be more effective. They said that strategy. More closely mimic. What happens with a real infection. End quotes peter openshaw professor of experimental medicine at imperial college. London explained to the associated. Press that vaccines. don't work. Like normal drugs where a higher dose produces more effects. The immune system is more complicated. Openshaw also notes that if indeed people do only need half a dose for one of the injections that's great news because it will be even cheaper to produce for more people. This was the vaccine candidate. That i was most excited about early on because it seemed like they kind of had a head start quoting the new york. Times astrazeneca's macos vaccine is designed to genetically altered in a dinner virus found in chimps. So that it harmlessly mimics the corona virus and provoke an immune response vaccine deploying. That technology has never won approval but the approach has been studied before notably in a small two thousand eighteen study of an experimental vaccine against the virus that causes middle east respiratory syndrome or mergers that viruses related to sars cov two the novel corona virus that causes covid nineteen so when covid nineteen emerged the team of scientists at oxford's jenner institute that had been leading the work on similar corona viruses. Had a head start once. The genetic code of sars cov two was published in early january. The oxford team sped to adapt their platform to the new corona virus and begin animal testing and quotes the other win in oxford. Astrazeneca's corner is unlike the pfizer. Biontech vaccine this latest one does not require any special refrigeration just standard storage and transportation temperatures of two eight degrees celsius or thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and it can be stored for up to six months. The moderna vaccine requires cooler temperatures of negative four degrees fahrenheit but then can be stored at normal refrigeration temperatures after thawing in can be stored as such for a month. The pfizer biontech vaccine. Meanwhile requires dry. Ice to store at negative seventy degrees celsius or negative ninety four degrees fahrenheit s- that makes the oxford astrazeneca vaccine much more appealing for areas without the infrastructure or funding to sustain the pfizer. Biotech cold chain. And with that in mind. Astrazeneca is applying for early approval wherever it can as well as an emergency useless stained from the world health organization so that it can be made available in low income countries they plan to produce three billion doses next year and are committed to providing it at cost around the world through july. Twenty twenty one. The vaccine costs around three or four. Us dollars significantly less than the others late stage. Trials are continuing in the us. Japan russia south africa kenya and latin america and further trials are planned for other european and asian countries. So definitely more good news but watch this space for more
AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine is 90% effective on average
"We have such good news and among the top story is late. Stage trials showing the astrazeneca oxford covid vaccine can be up to ninety percent effective. Make terrell joining us now with the full details. Beg good morning good to see you. Good morning guys so another vaccine. Monday here astrazeneca reporting results from its pooled trials from multiple countries Showing that When you look at the data together you are more than ninety percent efficacy. It's a bit of a confusing result. Though because one dosing regimen showed that very high efficacy another showed sixty two percent of the so together. It's about seventy point four percent effective when you combine those two dosing regimens now. The difference was where you've got that ninety percent number that's when they gave a half does on the first dose and a full one on the second one together they are saying these are very positive data and they do plan to start submissions where they can around the world now they also say there was a large safety database for more than twenty four thousand volunteers in the uk brazil and south africa With follow up since april another thing. That differentiates this vaccine is it can be stored at fridge temperature. Thirty six to forty six degrees fahrenheit and distributed using existing logistics the tremendous manufacturing capacity. They've made a lot of different partnerships So this vaccine could really add to supply. We are still digging through those data and understanding. Exactly how the different dosing regimens led to such different advocacy results. We'll talk with experts and bring that to you this morning. But the headline one of these dosing regimens more than ninety percent effective. Seventy percent when you put both of them together guys. Back over to you meg. I have so many questions for you. And i realize it's early and you're just going through all of this to you may not have the answers to any of this yet. But look ninety percent efficacy. That's really great to it doesn't compare it doesn't match up quite as well as we've seen with both pfizer and with moderna with the ninety five percents efficacy but ninety percent. That's really good. Sixty two not so great. What do you do. You have any idea if it had anything to do with where it took place Just geographically in terms of these phase phase. Three trial results. If it was different in south africa it was different in brazil. It was different in the uk or if it was age groups that were different. That also played into that as well or was it simply the level of dosing. When i've seen so far in the data and these i really woke up to they did release them overnight but we did not find out about them on embargoing advance which we sometimes do and gives us time to really dig through them So from the headlines. That i've had a chance to really dig into it really does seem like a dosing difference for some reason given that half those on the first dose and then a full dose on the second lead to that much higher efficacy And so something. I really want to understand the name. I've already been reaching out to vaccine experts this morning to try to get a sense for. Does that line up with what would make sense about how a vaccine works. And is there good explanation for that so we can really understand. Why difference. certainly. There's a huge difference between sixty two and ninety between ninety and ninety five. That's pretty good.
How much are we Drinking During COVID-19?
"In march of twenty twenty sales of alcohol increased by fifty four percent and stores and two hundred sixty two percent in online purchases compared to twenty nineteen. But then again people were stocking up on everything last march as they hunkered down for an indeterminate. Quarantine but what we need to know is how much of that alcohol or people actually drinking this study by michael pollard and colleagues from gemma open network compared rates of alcohol consumption before and after the cova crisis from may of two thousand nineteen to june of twenty twenty using an online survey. Here's what they learned from the more than fifteen hundred respondents. The frequency of alcohol use increased fourteen percent over the baseline rate of five to six drinks a week so it's a small increase about one day per week of drinking but a real one increases were highest in women and in middle aged adults in women days of heavy drinking increased about fifty percent or to put it another way one in five. Women are drinking more heavily an extra day a week. One in ten women saw an increase in alcohol related problems in their life. So why are people drinking more elation and quarantine stress might explain some of it but there's also been a rise in job loss economic stress and political conflict in this very trying year the regardless of the reason the bottom line is that we need to ask all of our patients if they're drinking more during the pandemic as with all psychiatric symptoms. It's easier when you intervene early before it gets out of hand.
What happens to all the other COVID-19 candidates when the first one is approved?
"Now we have staff writer John Cohen. He wrote a story this week about an interesting question what happens to all the other covid nineteen vaccine candidates when the first one is approved. Hi John. Hi. Sarah. How are you? I'm good. He could be let's be honest. We're both sick of the pandemic. Yeah. Absolutely. Let me leave my house that my child leave the house. That's all I want to normal. Yeah. Normal. Let's talk about vaccine candidates. How many are in studies now under study now and what does the trial landscape look like at this moment? Know they're forty two in human clinical trials according the WHO list? The World Health Organization doesn't update list that was as of October second in there about two hundred in development. Of, the forty two in clinical trials tanner in the last stage of efficacy trials, the phase three, we're going to be mostly talking about what's going on in the US those numbers reflect worldwide vaccine development that's global. The US has four efficacy studies underway right now, and these are all part of what they like to call warp speed all part of operation more speed. Yeah. Yeah and so they're going through trials going through all the same steps, but that could change once one of them gets. Approval, why would something changed about? You know what's going on with the other CO bids scenes? The concern is that the mediocre might be the enemy of the better or the best the way that we've set things up in the United States the food and Drug Administration has a mechanism called an emergency use authorization. It's received a lot of attention because of hydroxy chloroquine because of rim, Desa there, and because of convalescent plasma and because of diagnostic testing, all of those have used this pathway for. Approval and authorization essentially is short of a full approval and it says, Hey, were in an emergency we only minimal data that gives us an idea of this stuff working and then we'll let it be used widely. So why are we worried about the other possible covid nineteen vaccines? If for example, one gets a UA by November I the FDA has said in a document issued in June that the EU a could be issued for fifty percent efficacy. That's a pretty low standard to begin with. As. Soon, as you authorized the use of one vaccine, first of all, this is an ongoing study because they're going to use data for an e you a most likely from an interim analysis someone of axion efficacy trial is scheduled to take six months. An Independent Safety Monitoring Board looks at the data at certain pre scheduled time points in the case of these efficacy trials they look at. The data early based on what they call? It's are basically the end points of the study. The studies are primarily asking the question. Do they prevent symptomatic disease that the number one question they're asking? So that's an event. If somebody gets a symptomatic disease and these trials are scheduled to have one hundred and fifty events to reach their final conclusions, but they're going to take peaks at the data. At fifty events, a net one, hundred events roughly at fifty events a company. If it had strong evidence that the people in the vaccinated group as opposed to the Placebo group were doing better, they could seek you a based on fifty percent efficacy at that moment they ethically in a quandary because the people who are still in this trial, blindly a receiving either vaccine or placebo ethically you could. Argue you've gotTa Blind and tell the people who are receiving. Placebo. We've got a vaccine that looks good. Do you want to get it? So you've undermined that study from reaching it's real and points of one hundred fifty events What's more? Every other study underway has to let the participants know that the US has issued and ethically you have to give people the option of taking a vaccine. The FDA's blessing. People might walk out a trials who are in trials. If you were staging a new clinical trial, you may well have to compare your vaccine to the one that has received the authorization. Well, it's much easier to prove that something is better than nothing. But what if you have a vaccine that's fifty percent effective and that becomes the competitor not a placebo well. Then, this new vaccine let's say it has sixty two percent efficacy. You're comparing sixty two percent to fifty percent not fifty percent zero. It's really hard to see that small difference or even if they're equivalent, let's say they're both fifty percent. So you need a much larger study and it needs to go on for a longer period of time and it costs a lot more money we. Don't have. It's not likely that people involved in trials for other vaccines or even the people in the placebo arm of the one that does get approved would have access to the sack seen. That's a critical consideration. If supply doesn't meet demand, then we have an easy you were only giving outlets twenty million doses to the top priority people healthcare workers then for the people in other. Clinical trials they have no other option. Then the issue is not this great ethical dilemma, but remember were speeding things up with operation more speed in order to pump out three, hundred, million doses of vaccine from one company by as early as the end of January. So this problem, it's not here today because supply doesn't meet demand, but it sure could be here in late. January and. February march April who knows what we're going to have in terms of efficacy data and who knows what we're going to have in terms of trials in their enrollment. Remember we have a couple of trials that have been stopped because of side effects. When you put a trial on hold that means it's not going to reach its end point for even longer and that's happening right now with two of the warp speed vaccines. In your story, we don't want just one vaccine. There's some good reasons to continue to investigate and to look further afield even after one is approved, can you talk about some of those? For one thing we may need different vaccines for different populations. The elderly we know with influenza, they need a much higher dose because their immune systems don't work as well as they age we may need one that's tailored for pregnant women. Pregnant women are GonNA, tolerate a risk factor much much lower than everyone else. You might need a vaccine that simpler to deliver for some parts of the world that doesn't have a cold chain issue or you need to keep it at. MINUS SEVENTY DEGREES CENTIGRADE. You might need a vaccine that's cheaper for many countries even though it's maybe sixty two percent versus sixty, eight percent effective, it might be a better deal at the end of the day because more people can get it for the amount of money you have on top of all that we want a lot of vaccines because more vaccines means more supply we have an insurance policy of something goes wrong at a manufacturing plant. If a side effect crops up when it goes into wider use, we have this backup of other vaccines. So there are loads of reasons why we want a whole portfolio vaccines ultimately to prove safe effective. That's the. Case that you have to make to participants people who might be involved in trials. Do you think it's going to be effective? Do you think people are gonNA still volunteer to get a vaccine or not vaccine that hasn't been approved? You put your finger on a really important issue and that's who enrolls in a vaccine trial why it's not like you have cancer that's going to kill you and you're enrolling in a trial because you've exhausted all medicines and you're hoping beyond hope that this new treatment will work and Save Your Life. That's a completely different motivation to join a trial. Then a vaccine when you are healthy, you're joining this to prevent something from. Happening so ethically, you can argue that well, that person most of these people are doing it for altruistic reasons the really doing it to help other people and you can ethically approach people in a study and say, Hey, look this one vaccine got EU a based on the early data that it's fifty eight percent effective. We'd like to keep you in this trial and it's a blinded study and we promise at the end of the study is one of the bioethicists I interviewed said we promise at the end we're going to give you the better vaccine, but will you stick with this for a while so that we can figure out if the vaccine that isn't For us is worth pursuing going back to your cancer example. There are cases where a clinical trials is happening the people in the treatment group are doing so well that it's no longer ethical to continue to deny that treatment to the placebo arm. That's not what's happening here. It is a different equation, some ethicists. That, even in a vaccine study, a person has a right to know if they're a participant whether they're receiving a placebo vaccine if there is convincing and compelling evidence that the vaccines working but keep in mind too and this is something that I think a lot of people have a hard time getting their heads around wearing a mask and social distancing goes a long way toward protecting you from this virus maybe even more than fifty percent effective vaccine 'cause then you're walking around. With none of this protection or you're not taking it as seriously exactly and that's called behavioral inhibition. If a vaccine leads to behavioral discipline habituation and people dropped their guard, stop wearing masks stop social distancing they may be putting themselves at more risk even though they have a vaccine in their bodies
Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison
"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,
"sixty two percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Wages, sixty two percent government, excuse me, sixty two percent free market thirty five percent government. Higher education. This is this is really interesting since you have had a number of democrat candidates come out and say, oh, charter schools would be gone under me. Higher. Education fifty-six percent now, I guess, higher education would be more college. I don't know if that's how they viewed it, but fifty six percent. Said free-market forty-one percent government. Healthcare free market Fifty-three percent government forty four percent. Protecting consumers privacy online forty percent free market. Fifty seven percent government, environmental protection, thirty percents said market sixty six percent said government. Notably, my Americans favor free-market and government control over health care, and higher education to areas in which democrat politicians, have made proposals to greatly expand government involvement. But at least four in ten Americans appeared, sympathetic the policies that would increase the government's role in those areas, remember everything, though, based on when we talked about it even all of this, nobody talks about nobody talks about the reality even in this poll here. Nobody talks about are you willing to pay for it. Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to get more government involvement in it? Nobody asked those questions. That's why we stated over and over again. We are not becoming people in this country, do not want socialism, they want gimme ISM. Why? Because they don't like the take ISM of socialism. A word we've made up on tonight show. That will ensure Ericsson's. He watched that movie. About the creation of the Oxford dictionary. And one of the concerns always having to add new words that one should be added take ISM. So there you go your calls and comments. Coming up next. Eight.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wages, sixty two percent. Government Scooby sixty two percent free market, thirty five percent government. Higher education. This is this is really interesting since you have had a number of democratic candidates come out and say, oh, charter schools would be gone under me. Higher education fifty six percent. Now, I guess, higher education would be more college. I don't know if that's how they viewed it, but fifty six percent. Said free-market forty-one percent government. Healthcare, free market. Fifty-three percent government forty four percent protecting consumers privacy online forty percent free market. Fifty-seven percent government environmental protection, thirty percents and free market. Sixty six percent said government. Notably Americans favor free-market and government control over health care, and higher education to areas in which democrat politicians have made proposals to greatly expand government involvement. But at least four in ten Americans appeared, sympathetic the policies that would increase the government's role in those areas, remember everything, though, based on when we talk about it even all of this, nobody talks about nobody talks about the reality even in this poll here. Nobody talks about are you willing to pay for it. Would you be willing to pay higher taxes to get more government involvement in it? Nobody asked those questions. That's why we stated over and over again. We are not becoming people in this country, do not want socialism, they want gimme ISM. Why? Because they don't like the take ISM of socialism. A word we've made up on tonight show. That will ensure Ericsson's. He watched that movie. About the creation of the Oxford dictionary. And one of the concerns always having to add new words that one should be added take ISM. So there you go your calls and comments. Coming.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"This is great radio Nate. You get Corp yet Korver as one corP. Okay. And J J Diller one. You're never gonna get J. J J has been a little bit off the has been lower than utilize fifty percent. A Troy Daniels. Okay. Actually, a six sixty two percent true shooting on eighteen percent usage it in making that trade with Memphis. Look like a steal Troy Daniels. Who also is not in my rankings at all these positions, so at heart, and of course, was number one in his own tier? I think for both of us last year. So you're going to open up a new tier now of below harden. Yeah, I'm opening I'm not here as a point of reference last year, my ear to also only had one guy that one guy was Klay Thompson. He is still my number two, but he is not alone. Now, I am including victory depot in the same tier with click. I actually have OD bow ahead of Thomson this year of he'll play as struggled fifty four percent shooting. Now, all depot has not been much better. But he also struggling with that soared knee. Hopefully that is in the rear view. Era for him. But I was just very impressed with what Ola depot did last year in the plasma. We had him much lower. He was twelve last year in remember he was shooting the three at a crazy rate at the start last year. I think we both had our is say we I had of it like twelve thirteen th last year at but with the caveat that, hey, if he keeps this up and plays at this level still that you know, he's gonna rock it up this list and a he was observing all star selection. He made by ambi- as him last year and other than the sore knee. I haven't seen any reason to to lower him from there. I thought he had you know, yet some rough shooting games in the playoffs. But I thought that overall it he had some big gains. Just looked the part in the play offs of a very solid offensive crater. So I think I actually have him above clay Claes, mid range addiction, everything because actually really been hurting the warriors offense series taking shots out of the hands of Kevin Durant in particular and also Steph curry with this mid range addiction that he's had. He has not been in. Have you good? I haven't said it on the podcast. Yet. It was in a report cards thing did for the ethnic, but clay Thompsons shot attempt rate when Durant and Currier off the floor is around the same level. It's actually technically higher than Russell Westbrook's biggest year and Kobe Bryant's because here like that's the kind of player. He's been with those guys off the fourth afar. And the results are let's call the mixed. Yeah. And he's still never gets to the foul line. Not a good passer. A he's slowed down to some degree defensively. I mean, he's probably as as good as ever as switch guy. But you know, he's getting a little older gang little thicker, not quite the force that he was defending smaller players anymore. Still his versatility puts them right up there. As one of the best shooting guards in basketball. But Ola depot, I think is his equal defensively or pre darn close ole depots not as good, and they don't ask him to because of his role defending the primary guy, but he is very good. As an off ball guy, really pushes the pace in transition as well gets a lot of steals. So I think I would probably rather have a depot than Thomson. Especially when you try might going forward here that Thompson is is a little bit older as a played as well as year, and old depot ios still in theory on the upward arc of his group. It's a very close between those two guys to be sure for me and Klay Thompson. I mean, he still has a ton of grabby. Like, yeah. I know he's only shooting thirty four percent for three but up teams will not be a just leaving them open..
"sixty two percent" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
"Says new study but this was okay only okay to in two thousand thirteen the new study was that sixty two percent of women check their phones during sex in november two thousand seventeen pass study finds seven percent of people checked a phone during sex okay maybe more believable so this year june eighth two thousand eighteen a study has found that ten percent of people check their phones during sex click this one that's disturbing still like i mean no percent should not be having sex with the person they're having sex with forty three percent said it wasn't a one off occurrence either so in fact this mobile hooked group admitted they check their phones while getting romantic between two and ten times in the past year alone and this was on one thousand participants and it was between the ages of eighteen thirty four my wow like i said whatever the is that percentage of people should not be having sex with a person having sex with if they're checking their phone that's crazy i would i would feel some type of way if i was doing it with someone and they check their phone and we weren't making video like i would be so is it we weren't making i mean i don't judge those couples that couples that do that yeah i mean i don't care if you're making a video or you're not making a video i don't care if you try pod setup when you're like i really don't care that's a good idea yeah i mean i think people do that i think it's an actual thing but like i don't know if i could do the tripod thing because i feel like that would be like with a camera and then like what would you do with that footage you know what i mean that would be like weird but if it's on your phone then you have it and then you have control of it and you can delete it but like if it's on a random ask camera you're not carrying that camera everywhere you go like what are you going to do with you know what i'm saying you better make sure nobody gets hold of that s d card right like i don't want that over my that's a lot of weight on my shoulders i'll be paranoid so no that's a hard pass on the tripod unless it's like a tripod for your phone do you know the solution just don't make video well i'm not against making videos i'm not gonna say that seattle which means kills made us i did not i did not say that i was just saying like i don't judge like we're all adults you know i know okay so before going down a slippery slope can we talk about somebody buying coffee condos on dot com yeah because i'm knowing so for those of you guys who have been listening you guys know that we're working on a march line for coffee combos and lindsey had a phone call today about it and when we got off the phone i was going to buy the website so that you guys would be able to shop our website and.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry & Lindsie Chrisley
"Let's get back to it okay so on and tell you something weird that it's going fact and i don't know if it's true or not but okay according to l n sixty two percent of people check their phones while having sex what yes according to ellen she had khloe kardashian on her talk show this is like a while back but yeah according to her checking phone for what to take video to make a little mini porno maybe no they're not gonna porno they're just like checking their phone no they do not yet they didn't know they don't know they don't i had never in my twenty i'd have not been having sex for twenty six years but in my sexually active lifetime i have never checked my phone while having sex that makes me question so many things first off inside from videos like that ever happened to me i would literally get up and walk out first of all if someone check their phone while they're doing me i would literally throw it across the room and tell them to get off i would smash their iphone like that's not first of all better not be an android i wouldn't be doing it actually i can't say that will hasn't intro no get them in an iphone for christmas plea he wound like you get an iphone it but yeah according to ellen sixty two percent of people check have checked their phone while having sex no that's not a thing that is not a thing like i they're making pornos with those sixty with that sixty two percent there's no way they're.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You want to be on the program i have to folk there is no way that i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something at some of you may not know this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blab about seven thousand people is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside the democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules in coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this red headed restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was the laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her inlaws do not like trump her laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of candy called mission hills kansas now it doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant to this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this out operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to the.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To be on the program i have to there is no way but i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's you lose a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules and coyotes and pat grants to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean rate advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this randy and restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband now don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of cancer called mission hills kansas now it doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner definitely wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"You want to be on the program i have to fuck there is no way but i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i get wait i can't wait i want you to get there everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the play the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules and coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy and they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something to consider any way about this this ready and the restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was in laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers and liberal democrat i think her husband had don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an outside kansas city a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now i'm doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that know how could be meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this out shit operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eight two two eight eight two if you want to be on the program i there is no way i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait i can't wait i want you to get there everything in the i i can't it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the play the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know there's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules in coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got big time republican donors and liberal democrats to thank for this open border policy they are taking i mean great advantage of it to get their product into the country something's who considered anyway about this this red hen restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee they're hurt her inlaws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers are liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is an onsite kansas city a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now doesn't matter it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner definitely wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the hand owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this outfit operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to the gay couple that went into the bakery and said hey we're gay you must love us and you must love it so much you must make a cake for our reception if you don't we're going to sue you out of existence and the.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on WTVN
"You want to be on the program i folk there is no way that i can get everything here in the first segment snerdley came in i can't wait i can't wait again i want you to get everything in the i i can't fox it simply isn't possible to get the ring the first hour just be patient we'll get to it all just a matter of prioritizing i think the way to get started let's do a little bit of a news update on something that some of you may not know at this dirty filthy restaurant in what was it lexington virginia you've seen the picture of the place trump was right the the the awning canopies kind of filthy and so forth it turns out that the proprietor of this place is somehow related to or very close friends with with meryl streep and this place lexington virginia is a blue blob of people who have left the northeast and moved south and what they've done is they've brought their corrupting liberalism with them into this time to the place where this restaurant is the county voted sixty two percent for trump so there's little blue blob of about seven thousand people is is is heavily leftist and socialist and so forth and this is one of the dangers you know the the people in the northeast their governments are ruining living conditions and so people who can afford to are leaving which is all well and good except they're bringing their corrupting politics and culture with them to wherever it is they settle and it is it's an ongoing problem now they are surrounded in places like this but still there there and it's it's you know there's a little bit of a parallel the mass migration up from central america through the us border by the way do you know who's really behind that you know who's really in my humble opinion i can't prove anything here excuse me i mean aside for democrats encouraging it all that for previously stated reasons the drug cartels are the big pushers no pun intended for this the drug cartels need mules coyotes and pack rats to get their product into the country and the drug cartels are taking the greatest advantage of liberal democrat policies they can to get drugs into this country and you don't hear too many people talking about that because this is all become so politicized that is why what's going on at the border is a security issue as much as it is criminal or anything else it is a this is a massive security issue aside from whatever this never ending migration is doing to the to the cultural identity of the united states the fact of the matter is the drug cartels are behind this is how they get their product in the country and they've got they've got a big time republican donors and liberal democrats thank for this open border policy and they're taking advantage of it to get their product into the country something who considered anyway about this this red hen restaurant the owner of this place mike huckabee was laura ingraham show today and mike huckabee who is the father of sarah huckabee oh and do you know this sarah huckabee her in laws do not like trump her in laws are anti trump has never trumpers are liberal democrat i think her husband i don't quote me on this but i think her husband is from outside kansas city in a very tony suburb of kansas city called mission hills kansas now doesn't matter it doesn't it doesn't mean anything if it's true or not but this owner stephanie wilkinson not only told sanders to split to get out of there according to sanders father governor mike huckabee the red the handle owner followed sarah sanders family across the street to harass them at the other restaurant they ended up going to had you heard that no huckabee meant made mention of this today and also the fact that the his daughter's in laws are never trumpers they are liberal democrat so they got a taste of the faction they are a member of they got a taste of how this upset operates now there's this was this was you could make book on it the immediate comparisons to.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on Absolute Advantage
"From adp that said sixty two percent of americans are actively looking at other opportunities like they know that there's just there's a plethora of opportunities to be able to dive into in its as a individual with break talents we've got a lot of options right now in everyone's looking for us everyone's hiring the economy is great and so i think one of the greatest things that we can do is develop a organization within our within our companies that helps to elevate people to be their very best so what are we doing to help them grow do they have coaches are we trading are their managers to be a coach to them do we have outside coaches and trainers that are coming into develop them to maximize the skills that not only we need for them in their role but things they aspire to be maybe somebody on your team wants to get over their fear of public speaking and they wanna learn how to get a community and do some speaking and just be represented in that light like do you know that in arguing that to develop them the other side is you know nowadays everyone everyone wants to be part about 'cause in if your business doesn't have options for your people to get involved in going out in serving together or finding a platform for five different things to be showcased ways they can go and give back in supporting them in those efforts i think those are just a must so just to deploy l like cultures today are needing to be super proactive in helping maximize those employees to be the very best human being they can end in two ways one philosophically what is it that they care about you know whether it's saving dogs or caring for elderly people and figure out how to make that match and then also what is it that they want what skills do they want to develop even past what they're doing in their particular role how do you help them maximize in feel at capacity maximize their strength.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the process which is challenging but i think can be done patrick crown heights you on wnyc with the mayor good morning gentlemen greetings thanks for taking my call it has been reported in the media that you are real close to the parole coming from her the parole of herman bell sixty two percent of all inmates in new have some violence component to the charges conviction how can one maintain opposition ostensibly supposed to ending watson concentration someone with his record forty five years in prison who has gone before parole board stuff by professional b it real specialist examined them repeatedly made a determination that this man has i expressed remorse and sincerely deemed to can we maintain a commitment to ending modern concrete kid examining cases in which in which committed admittedly kind genuinely transformed bill let me get you an answer patrick hang on mr mayor go ahead yeah patrick look i do believe in ending mass incarceration i do believe in redemption i believe in a lot of things i imagine you and i would leave in common but this cases particular needs to be seen for what it is he's he is someone who laid an ambush purposely to assassinate a new york city police officer and then did the same thing in california which both of which are documented both of which he was found guilty of it's not anywhere near a typical case and i don't believe that offense which is strikes at the heart of our entire society and he.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Know when we got it and we're we're gonna answer it on this show after adjusting for inflation manufacturing output in the united states is up sixty two percent over the last thirty years however the number of manufacturing jobs in the us have declined twenty nine percent over the same thirty years following from seventeen point eight million to twelve point six million and that's one of the things that automation and productivity isn't it yeah and you know it's like the same thing happened in agriculture right in this country and it's even worse right that number of jobs lost production agriculture production and so you know there's a again politicians try to insert themselves into that equation and this is the the technology and that's free the invisible hand moving capital to work should be and resources to where they should be in that means more automation and the so the jobs of the future are going to be less labourintensive and more skill based in terms of knowledge that's the answer do affordable housing in the state in this country the less encumbrances you put on the free market system that allows people to expand and build houses and those kinds of things the more affordability you've seen in the more regulation your place on things memorial constrict innovation constrict growth in kind of good things you want to get out of it.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sixty two percent likelihood of winning if you if you calculate the odds out that way might as 165 odds means you have to bet one hundred and sixty five dollars to win back 100 so sixty two percent has whitney that doesn't make is that would you be an overwhelming favourite it tattered just kind of absol solid and say it's pretty good okay twothirds at a time you win clear favorite by prohibitive by enemies since for talking odds it was a one year ago yesterday that the new york times hit its peak with hillary clinton ninety three percent likely while two to win the election against trump ninety three percent one year ago yesterday our nice modeling jack brought us the cheery cheery news yesterday all this reminds me i get back to that whole la actuarial association put out there their uh their report for the year talking about american life span and health than the rest of it is really interesting and somewhat troubling but anyway the jack brought us the cheery news yesterday that do the new trend in people not be alive anymore and what to do with thorough earthly remains is no longer berry or uh or what he called cremation cremation but go ahead on liquefying and a fifteen states have now said it's okay a california being the latest and it they think it's the new way for a bunch of environmental reasons cost reasons that sort of thing now why sounds disgusting it sounds horror fans we disguised as we said yesterday a burying and burning which is is all this people being around seems natural and some sort of i don't know what okay shooters okay earth earth ashia ashes it just seems good well timothy healthily fighing does not fall and jali oh boy as a sick and even like don't word disobeyed eight rings of like serial killers with with vats full acid mass sort of thing nestle will liquefied granny we had the services on trial found gone i will say regularly we cremated grandma and grandma cremate and you don't cremate grandma yet it's totally different we don't recall recoil in horror if somebody says that no you don't know what.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"And joe powerful cancer if what's you a have theater an issue with it and i don't see how saying those two words are are actually going to derail a person's entire life but it's it's an interesting thought so i you're you're among the sixty two percent who is attending the theaters considerably less than others and but i appreciate your and before you go best documentary you saw this year's there one we need to say uh gosh uh your project guard target way out there if i if i if i rubio uh some of those by that i really enjoy uh i i would and um i want to go into begins to and go back and i just the mary um and the loss language and mathematical side would allow the agents sumerian so loss language in and the mass wonderful thank you bud god bless you and have a great 2018 sir brian in austin texas again the liberal heart of taxes but one of my favorite cities in the whole wide world for food and music and outdoors and at everything about austin brian except the overwhelming liberalism but welcome to the joe pag schoeser why commended about eight miles west of weird it is what we call it jew and i'm going to peter far less because it looks far last and if it's not players even me the murders or record producers or or music stars telling me on my records uh hollywood stars free she to me about how they don't want be to watch their films on gladly notched and i'm at a point any the entire entertainment industry's stick hello and mahmid but it listen to these pools so i made a big way i'm feeling well brian i understand absolutely i will tell you that overwhelmingly the hollywood world is full of leftists his full of folks.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Eighty nine percent of the audience that yes loud the polls come in and strong heavy extreme should ray allen heavy statue of his game six shot outside of the american airlines arena sixty two percent of the audience said yes if you confuse a dog with a coyote and you watch tv with the coyote and your baby deserve to have your baby that's a great question it is seventy six percent of the audience said yes is there anything better in the world than the player who was celebrating a td not knowing the plays nullified by a penalty fifty seven percent of the audience said no you guys laugh at that the way that i do when a guy is celebrating a touchdown with all sorts of history onyx but he doesn't know there's a flag on the field ideas with his jet but yes i do it's funny this guy celebrated doesn't oh that's all useless usually like going to kick returner putt returning affleck's so why baharom when this odd everyone it's all accept him and he's all joy isn't the end zone because it's like one hundred yards and he's wiggle in it is the is the only one that's right everywhere fans already know impress all he should know because wait a minute wire are cheering more because they know they saw the flag that had all behind me is always one guy trailing two who was whether move through like maybe the last block at ease in the enzyme needed see it either in two of them whole it's even better when the celery me together and they don't know whether it's one guy it's funny but it's w pleasure ah let's multiple guy celebrating a touchdowns about three remillard fight are you shocked let's do god's is an enormous share fed.
"sixty two percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A sixty two percent approval rating down from his high mark of seventy one percent a year ago president trump remains very unpopular in maryland with seventy one percent saying they disapprove or strongly disapprove of job he's doing a new poll in virginia meanwhile finds the democrat ralph north them leads his republican opponent at gillespie in the race for governor by six points at poll by christopher newport unit versity gives north and forty seven percent forty one percent dc is looking at joining maryland and virginia in offering parents a tax break as they do fall back to school shopping it's been a huge success in maryland says comptroller peter french oh why should we have a small reward for our taxpayers wherever they live in the region he says he'd hate the competition from dc button that's exactly what council member brandon todd's looking at we want to remain competitive in the region we also want to keep dollars in dc families pocket this plan would make sales tax exempt for purchases of things like backpacks laptops and school supplies for a few weeks around the start starter school dc had a tax holiday through two thousand nine button it was revoked due to the city's uncertain finances todd says the cities and much better financial shape now steve burns on wmal in wbalcom are known for brutal killings and general violence and now montgomery county officials say ms thirteen has got to go we do need to crush these people montgomery county council president roger brinner says the council will soon consider a request from the police chief and state attorney to give them another million dollars to hire more officers and prosecutors to focus on fighting ms thirteen berliner says even though the county welcomes illegal emigrants they are not to blame because we do cooperate with our federal immigration officials when somebody who art from that we all look at each other and go rarely person not deserve to be here heather kurdistan w n a alan wmal dot com checking your money the dow up and today a 22 350 the nasdaq at sixty four twenty seven sports the redskins stunned the raiders in prime dime the eagles beat the giants the ravens lose baseball and that's.