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Not the same insanity as in Israel's many political parties. A smaller Residents along Ooltewah-Georgetown Road who have farmed the scenic valley for many generations were told Monday afternoon that "Change is coming. The Hamilton County Health Department reported two more coronavirus deaths on Monday and 86 new positive cases, down from on Friday. The total of cases in the county now stands at 62, The death total is at It is reported the deaths were men; one white and one race not determined; one age and one age 81 or older.
A tradition unlike any other featuring the Looking for a girl Chattanooga Tennessee 2330 prestigious railroad tie in sports. Monday, October 11, Roy Exum. According to the CDC, the state of Tennessee is reporting infections percitizens which is the highest in the nation. Just as badly, the state is averaging 2, people from age five through 18 per day for the first time, the delta variant including the young for the first time. This would be in addition to the dual doses of either Pfizer or Moderna that have already been given to those in the Chattanooga tristate area. Anthony Fauci.
Good morning, Dr. It's great to see you. That is the date that the administration had planned to start administering vaccine boosters for adults. Is that still the plan?
We were hoping that we would get the- both the candidates, both products, Moderna and Pfizer rolled out by the week of the 20th. It is conceivable that we will only have one of them out, but the other will likely follow soon thereafter.
And the reason for that is that we- as we've said right from the very beginning, we're not going to do anything unless it gets the- the appropriate FDA regulatory approval. And then the recommendation from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. Looks like Pfizer has their data in, likely would meet the deadline. We hope that Moderna would also be able to do it so we could do it simultaneously, but if not, we'll do it sequentially.
So, the bottom line is very likely, at least part of the plan will be implemented, but ultimately the entire plan will be. Is there anything you can tell us about what data is still missing that you still need and how long it's going to take to collect that information? In other words, to get enough people that you've followed ificantly along enough to say that it's safe, we feel almost certainly that it is.
But Looking for a girl Chattanooga Tennessee 2330 want to make sure when you're dealing with allowing the American public to receive an intervention, you want to make sure you are absolutely certain. The other is the immunogenicity or efficacy. The company is getting their data together, will submit it or even has submitted some of it, if not all of it, to the FDA. The FDA will examine it and then make a determination whether from a regulatory standpoint, it's OK to go ahead.
So, it looks good. I mean, I think it's going to be at the most a couple of weeks, a few weeks delay, if any. And what about for people who got Looking for a girl Chattanooga Tennessee 2330 We are doing studies right now, which are just what you said, they are mix and match studies. Namely, we're lining up Pfizer against Pfizer, Pfizer for Moderna and vice versa. Hopefully within a reasonable period of time, measured in a couple of weeks, we will have that data. But right now, we are suggesting and hopefully it will work out that way, that if you got Pfizer, you will then boost with Pfizer.
If you get Moderna, you'll be boosting with Moderna. But we are doing the studies to determine if we can do just that. Switch one with the other. Thank you. I want to move on to kids who have Covid because so many are returning to the classroom after this Labor Day weekend. And I know the CDC just released two reports this week, one that showed hospitalization rates in the US for children and teenagers increased by nearly five times from the end of June to mid August.
Can you help us understand that spike? The Delta variant, as opposed to the Alpha variant, is much, much more transmissible. It has an efficiency of transmitting from person to person much, much more readily than variants. And so many more people, including children, are getting infected. You'll get more children infected and in fact when they get infected just on a pure basis of the relative of people that will actually get into the hospital, you're going to wind up seeing more children in the hospital.
FAUCI: You know, we're looking at that very carefully, there is some indication in adults that the Delta variant might be more severe, but all the data that we are collecting right now does not give us any definitive information that the Delta variant is more severe in children. We know certainly more children are getting infected and therefore more are getting hospitalized. But we don't have definitive enough data to say that is fact on -by-child basis, that it's any more severe.
But you said this week that you're also keeping a close eye on the Mu variant. And the World Health Organization has listed it as a variant of interest. What does a close I mean, what are you looking for?
FAUCI: Well, you're looking to see if it becomes more dominant, namely if the relative proportion of isolates in a given place, including in this country, becomes more. So, when we say we're keeping an eye on the Mu variant, we want to make sure it doesn't become more dominant. We actually don't know what the consequences would be.
The concern is that it has a few- a constellation of mutations that would indicate that it might evade the protection from certain antibodies. That's what we mean when we say we're keeping an eye on it. But right now, it is not an immediate threat, even though we take all of these variants very seriously.
So that's the good news about all vaccines. If you get the level of antibody high enough, which boosters actually do? Then you can feel pretty confident that you're going to be protected against virtually any variant. Fauci, thank you so much for ing us this morning. And we're sorry about some of those technical glitches you saw, but we heard you loud and clear. The bottom line: Please get inoculated with the vaccine as fast as possible. October 9, The Two Party Challenge.Looking for a girl Chattanooga Tennessee 2330
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