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but image of the plague the chinese state has a lot of money at his disposal of the book and that's how it's expanding and asserting its status and position in the world the flop china's gateway to europe. starts feb 19th on d w. the flop. germany's long lockdown is getting longer much of the country has been shut down since december and chancellor angela merkel says the coronavirus restrictions will be extended another month into more everytime a possible exit is pushed further into the future the widely heard of a public and political pushback groups today the chancellor warned the new strains of the virus now threaten to wipe out any success and a new danger what about new solutions or is just just more of the long longer locked down i'm burgled from berlin this is the day.
it's a thing i need to complete has been a year of learning together how the virus works and what works against it. is turned off and i'm not sure if i think we should stick with it until everyone is vaccinated but i feel very restricted. that learning doesn't always mean doing everything right from the start but also sure we already made a few mistakes the virus made us pay for it immediately so i have full understanding. of this one of the things we've learned is that we were not careful enough and contrast now. also coming up with the u.k. coronavirus variant could very well become the dominant strain all across the globe
and scientists say the more mutations the greater the danger to everyone. but actually what i'm looking for. is mutations going into that area and that also impacts on immunity and that's what stops to consider. and to our viewers on p.b.s. in the united states and to all of you around the world welcome we begin the day here in germany looking into the future and what do we see more lockdowns back in october the 2nd wave of the pandemic began hitting germany head on it was then that chancellor angela merkel called for a hard to lock down to stop new infections from spiraling out of control but she did not get what she wanted november began with a walk down light it ended with sky high infection numbers hospitalizations and deaths from coburg 19 the hard walk down finally came in december the country has
wrestled with the virus ever since today the chancellor warned of yet another danger the viral mutations that are spreading quickly and are on course to replace the strain that has strained the world for more than a year and a year of mistakes made in lessons learned here is what chancellor angela merkel said today if they are and if they can manage to get it out it has been a year of learning together how the virus works and what works against it that in turning to is not i mean always doing everything right from the start even correcting assessments as we did for example with the recommendations for wearing masks. that one of the things we have learned is that we were not careful enough and not fast enough that we didn't shut down public life again early and consistently enough amid signs of a 2nd wave and warnings from various scientists. to help.
arliss pull in our political correspondent simon young good evening to you simon the chancellor she admitted that germany got things wrong ahead of the 2nd wave of this pandemic tell me did politics did politics get in the way while brant as this pandemic has been going on has always been a battle or a struggle unites between those like the chancellor and like the bavarian leader marcus whose inclination was to go for lock downs and the tougher restrictions and on the other side those politicians he you know wanted to keep schools and businesses in particular open for as long as possible that group including a number of other state premiers and so that's been that the shape of the political debate you've had. what i think is happened is that the chancellor is at the present presiding over
a sort of watered down approach in which as she said today you know not enough was done not enough was done is seen enough and there was a failure to not just to provide aid. to to go into lockdown early but also to provide vaccines early enough and to make sure that they would be provided also provides computers for school kids so they could learn at home or ventilation for school so they could get back and do. teaching eventually and other support for people working from home and so on there's been a lot of failures but of course hindsight is a wonderful thing it's always 2020 years and it's served if we look into the future for this year there are i think 6 state elections in germany and then there's the national election coming up this year how much are these events dictating the coronavirus policy that we're seeing right now. well as always the
politicians say that their approach is science laden certainly they've spent a lot of time consulting the experts the viral exists and the immunologists and so on but inevitably in this situation the voters say that as far as they're concerned the getting on top of the pandemic is the number one thing that they want politicians to take care of so of course it is going to play a role you have as i mentioned seen politicians. apparently looking for the support of voters with these elections coming up to in march 1 in june and then 3 according to the plans at least on the same day as the federal election in september and it just so happens that anglo-american has made a promise that all adults in germany will be offered vaccine by a date in in the middle of september just a few days before that election of course it's impacting there and i think we're
seeing we're going to see politicians you know being judged on their ability to deal with this pandemic yeah that's a very good point the the head of the european commission admitted yesterday the mistakes it made had slowed down the back scene rolled across the e.u. does germany blame the slow rate of vaccinations on the e.u. . well public support for the common e.u. purchasing approach has been dropping but it's still that 2 thirds in favor but i think with the main point is there just isn't enough vaccine vaccination senses aren't operating at capacity any go anywhere near because they just don't have the doses is moving forward very slowly and what's also failed at a huge level was ramping up production early they could have done that even before the vaccines were ready they didn't do it they're trying to do it now chancellor merkel said in parliament today they'll do all they can to increase production as
soon as possible so they're moving on that front. so i mean you have the latest tonight here in berlin simon as always thank you. scientists are now predicting that the corona virus variant 1st detected in the u.k. will likely become the world's most dominant strain the only way to manage the mutations is to test for them nonstop labs are now examining 10 percent of all positive $1000.00 chest looking for signs that the virus is changing. in the global fight against co that 19 is mutations that are preventing the next great challenge and here in the u.k. authorities are taking that fight directly into people's homes that they're doing do to do the testing in areas where limitations have been found the goal to identify cases before they have a chance to spread. it was just one case of the south african variants found here
in this community that launched this door to door testing scheme but the concern is that one case could just be the tip of the iceberg ordinarily only a small amount of positive tests to screen 2 needs haitians namely that when they are found authorities here a cracking down hard it's thanks to genome sequencing that authorities can pinpoint where. the u.k. is the world leader in sequencing analyzing 10 percent of positive covert samples for the emergence of new variance in toto the team with the u.k.'s private 19 genomics to suit him is responsible for almost half the world's poor by sequencing . what he will continue to prove crucial as more meat a shot its image i don't think we've seen the full spectrum of mutations that could arise so there is this common in england moment 117 that's very good spreading but
actually what i'm looking for very carefully is mutations going into that area and that also impacts on immunity and that's what starts to worry me considerably and matters. what we're seeing in the u.k. but no population is immune to me. that's why professor peacock says genome sequencing needs to become a global priority without comprehensive international screening it's feared new more dangerous variants to take hold putting vaccine programmes at risk mutations will be in the 4 corners of the year and they'll be lots that we don't know about that would be quite concerned if we did know about now there is not support of all of us is because some of these variants are actually going to lead to a challenge in terms of immunization now that is really critical as we go forward we need to know what the virus is doing so that we can keep up with that same development what is already being done to modify that seems to protect against existing variants yeah. professor paul heath is the chief investigator is the
u.k.'s novak spanx in trial he says he's confident sequencing can help manufacturers keep ahead of mutations one of the. technologies. that were. in the production of 19 back and very. highly possible that modified vaccine will emerge very quickly from. their print vaccine manufacturers and vaccines will likely have to adapt in the meantime identifying and isolating mutations will be an invaluable tool in the catamounts game between vaccines and variants. up act well my next guest tonight is an epidemiologist and a professor at johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health dr caitlin rivers has coauthored many of the reports on the pandemic that have become
a primer for the by the ministrations 19 response dr rivers joins me tonight from baltimore maryland actresses good. have you on the program as you just saw in that report the world is now focused on the corona virus variants and the weapon that we have right now since it's that we don't know if the vaccines are going to work or face masks and i understand the c.d.c. has now said that one is maybe not enough that's right the 2 things that we know that can help to improve mass performance art filtration and that and so c.d.c. is now recommending that people consider adding a 2nd not swearing to mask or ensuring that their mascot snugly around their mouth because these 2 things well how to protect other people and also how to protect the wear. and so we're getting this advice we're worried about the variance and it comes at a time when the u.s. remains on a course for half
a 1000000 cohabit 19 deaths by next month correct that's right but unfortunately we have suffered an enormous loss of life particularly during the severe winter surge the good news as we are now coming down from the peak of that winter surge things are improving a kid says have fallen substantially and we expect new deaths to fall as well but there's no question that it has been an enormous tragedy you know i was looking at your twitter feed you tweeted last week that it is painfully obvious now that there are no guarantees that things will improve continuously this does that negate the promise that the public hands the faith that the public has right now in the vaccines. not at all i think the vaccines are an amazing innovation and they will be the tool that will help us to get out of this crisis but in the united states right now only 3 to 4 percent of people are fully vaccinated that's a good start but it's not enough to stop the virus from circulating there is
a possibility that things could again worsen they're improving right now but if we are not vigilant about continuing to amass to social distance to avoid gatherings they can worsen again and so i do think people need to continue to stay the course while we continue at vaccine rollout campaigns in how do you see the variance impacting to the timeline the time horizon when we're talking about the rest of this pandemic i mean will the pandemic automatically be longer because of these variants i am concerned about the variance places where they have become established and started to circulate widely have had a difficult time because in the united states we are a little bit further along in the timeline with our vaccine campeon relative to when we expect to face the variance i think we have a little bit of an advantage i'm hoping hoping that we won't see the severe surge that the u.k. saw for example but there's no question that this is an added challenge that we're going to need to be responsive to and so i am concerned and are keeping a careful eye on things i'm told how do you see the vaccine in the variants of
playing out i'm wondering will the vaccine be like a flu vaccine that we have to get once a year but also knowing that if we don't get the flu vaccine you know we're not risking our lives will it be that way or will it be a vaccine that we have to give every year if we want to save our law. i do think it will be likely that the back scene will need to be updated much like the flu vaccine whether it's every year or every 3 years i don't think we quite get but now that we understand that variants are playing an important role in the epidemiology we will likely need to update our defenses but i do hope that with widespread vaccination we can get to the point where the pandemic does not threaten us like it does now where we're able to return to our normal lives that vaccines will continue to play an important role in our i know you support the creation of a national center for epidemic forecasting similar to the way the national weather service forecasts hurricanes pandemics and viruses are
a part of national security yet the public and politicians don't equate pandemic preparedness with tanks and fighter jets why is that there's a saying we have in public health that it's a can i think like cycle after something happens we realize we can't wait for crises to hit in order to mount a response we need to have a stand keep ability to prepare and i think that's what this national center for epidemic forecasting an outbreak intellects would beat it would help us to anticipate threats to get our response in order before they become a crisis and i think as this canonical showed us that's really badly needed and before i let you go do you think that it's a given that there will be another pandemic sooner rather than later you know these events happen a lot more than people realize and you have based your tracks attacks in 2001 and sars in 2003 i could go on and on but it's an hour every 2 years that there is
a fairly serious crisis and so i do think we need to update our understanding and expectations that we need to prepare and we need to anticipate and we need to be prepared to contain things before they grow and that and that makes all right dr caitlin rivers with johns hopkins bloomberg school of public health director was it's good talking with you we appreciate your time and your insights tonight thank you thank you. prosecutors are wrapping up their arguments on this 3rd day of the 2nd impeachment trial of former u.s. president donald trump trump's attorneys will then have 16 hours today and tomorrow to make their case that the former president did not incite the insurrection at the u.s. capitol 1 january 6th many in the u.s. and around the world have watched the trial and seen those gut wrenching videos of the violence as well as how the vice president and his family narrowly escaped what could have been
a public execution there were also accounts from senators who feared for their lives when the mobs arrived and who blame everything on donald trump their own statements before during and after the attack make clear the attack was done for donald trump at his structure and and to fulfill his wishes donald trump had sent them there they truly believed that the whole intrusion was at the president's orders and we know that because they said so many of them actually posed for pictures bragging about it on social media and they'd had mr trump in tweets folks this was not a hidden crime the president told them to be there and so they actually believed they would face no punishment. i want to bring in now henry olsen a journalist author and
a columnist at the washington post henry's piece in the paper today contends that trump may have helped the republican party in the last elections henry it's good to have you on the program if i look at where politics is right now with the u.s. struck waltz the white house the republicans lost control of the senate how did he help the g o p. well where the republican party is right now is in a position that is a little bit stronger than it was when he actually took it if you look at sort of some inclination he's does is look at exit poll data and find that partisan identification in the 10 most important states the swing states is higher for republicans and lower for democrats than it was after the 2016 election if trump it even split independents he would have won and republicans would have held the senate so what that means that he's brought in millions of people into the party who had not voted before for republicans while the people who have left haven't
joined the democrats they're kind of hedging their bets and that gives republicans an opportunity that they really didn't have after mitt romney's to see what if what about the polls that came out this week showing that a majority of americans now favor convicting trump how do you put that into the calculus with trump helping the g.o.p. . you know if you're talking about a majority you have to remember that 51 percent of americans a little over 51 percent voted for joe biden if you take a look at the cross tabs in those basket super majority of those people are people who voted for by the way you also have to remember that the same people a small crucial number of them who voted provided also go to the republicans their congress which is why the republicans gained a number of seats so just because they want to get rid of trump doesn't mean that some of these voters won't field into a non trump g.o.p. well trampas run millions of people into the republican party who haven't even
given it a 1st look before we we've heard the house impeachment managers attempting to tie donald trump to the insurrection at the trial this week have they managed to do that and is that going to have an effect on the outcome of the trial in your opinion. i think they've done a very good job of making the case and trying trying to look if your burden of proof is that of an american criminal trial which is you have to have be beyond all reasonable doubt or a murder trial where you have to show in specific intent well then the republican senator can still find room for some doubt or say truck might have been reckless but he didn't intend for this to happen but if you have any lower standards if you say that you know trunk should have known or they're trying to put things in motion that that he should have expected would run this way i think the house impeachment managers have shown that and that's going to give a lot of republican senators gerry deep thoughts about whether they want to break
with their party's voters and do what the evidence suggests which is convict a whole trial quote what do you think republicans should they distance themselves from the will trump as they look at the 2022 midterms and then 2024 elections i think that what we're problems need to do is understand that the the ideas you know the number of the ideas trump talked about are the ideas that their voters want a conservative populist alliance is where a potential majority is but it is not something that can be tied to the person of donald trump and i think once republicans start to acco many of those themes which they've been loath to do for many years they'll find the trump support actually starts to about right because a lot of people are supporting trump because he's the only person who puts it all together for them when trump's got competition from other republicans i think trump
support will start to fade the manson foreign run out of time if trump is acquitted in this trial what happens to the republican party went moving forward. i think the republicans are in for a period of introspection and intra party conflict that there's a lot of debate over the role of trump personally in the party going forward there's a lot of debate within the republican party about whether we should have a populist party or whether we should try and go back to the pretrial strongly conservative not at all populist party i hope that both sides recognize or that all sides recognize that they only to each other that if one side triumphs but alienates the other then you don't have a majority and that just gives the democrats a chance to move up and build super majority so ultimately i think we're going to have a lot of introspection a lot of fighting and from a republican point of view hopefully it comes out with the stronger party but it could end up with a fratricidal. reduction all right henry olson columnist with the washington post
henry's good talking with you we appreciate your insights tonight thank you thank you. bye football now in a sparkling new chapter in the story of germany's most decorated team by her new nick the bundesliga champion swept aside mexico's team chris to win the fee for the club world cup and make it a clean sweep of all 6 major trophies that they could win within a year barcelona in 2009 was the only other club to do that. right out of the starting blocks teague rays showed they had every intention of battling man while neuer put a stop to this attack. but it remained a physical affair throughout neither team giving ground easily. byron finally appeared to go up in the 18th minute only to have the goal disallowed by video assistant referee for offside. the roy sunday had
a great 1st half chance but rattled the crossbar in the 1st half ended scoreless but by and got on the right side of the v.a. are in the 2nd half ben human tovar banging the ball in and assistant referee immediately called it offside but video replay with a match on the line over ruled the goal was good off the yahshua commish cross one nil by aaron and that's how it would stay i fire in munich club world champions and winners of a historic sex couple. organizers of the oscars have announced a very different looking awards ceremony this year as the movie industry continues to grapple with the pandemic the academy of motion picture arts and sciences has this year's event will be live and in person but from multiple locations including its traditional venue hollywood's dolby theater they say that decentralized and the ceremony play or ties is public health and safety. well the day is almost done
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this is. germany's chancellor defending the longer lockdown today i'm going to america limited to mistakes in dealing with the 2nd wave of the corona virus pandemic but she said viral mutations have made extending the national walk down a must also come and go free to go home but not free to leave saudi arabia the family of a women's rights activist thinks u.s. president joe biden for helping to secure her release from prison.
it's good to have you with us we begin here in germany with the mistakes of the pandemic today chancellor angela merkel admitted to failings in the government's handling of the 2nd wave of the corona virus outbreak told parliament the government had not been careful or fast enough opposition members jeered as she defended the decision to extend the national lockdown and local businesses they are . germany's streets will remain empty and its stores closed for another 3 long weeks at least because while in fiction numbers keep falling worries over dangerous mutations remain germany's lockdown will be extended until sunday march the 7th but those despairing over bad penn demi care can go a week earlier than that to the south lawn schools and kindergartens will begin
reopening in february already and the government has set an ambitious new target for the 7 day in fiction right chancellor angela merkel told parliament that while people are exhausted by the pandemic restrictions this is not a time to be opening back up again. not with the others also of course to the research is still ongoing but we shouldn't doubt the assessments of many experts here in germany and abroad again i've only 3 mutations a more aggressive and significantly more contagious than the original virus which was merkel in the state premiers haggled over the next steps long into wednesday evening the states insisted that schools and day kids should reopen michael would have preferred more caution on this point into giving in as she's done before medical sort to remind the public of the thousands of lives the pandemic has ended in germany. it's
a fashion. well over 60000 people have now died they are our mothers fathers children relatives friends who we can no longer predict the morning game it's always on our minds when we make decisions in this pandemic is up and. the vaccine rollout in germany has been much slower than hyped to the opposition it's an obvious failure of the government. from pundit we've gone from masters of the pen to make last spring to europe's vaccination stranglers today our vaccination centers have been empty for weeks millions of citizens stuck in queues for hours on end and you say nothing's gone wrong we're behind remain behind greece behind slovakia on vaccinations to work i've even though hair salons will begin reopening in a few weeks they'll be subject to strict hygiene measures many other businesses that will just have to wait for better times. when public health experts in britain say
the coronavirus variant 1st detected in england is likely to become the world's most dominant u.k. authorities are now examining up to 10 percent of positive for mutations they want to contain this more contagious variant before it's too late the scientist leading the british team says other countries must do more with our correspondent charlotte reports. in the global fight against 19 is mutations that are printing the next great challenge and here in the u.k. authorities are taking the fight directly into people's homes that. they're doing do well to do the testing areas where limitations have been found to go to identify cases before they have a chance to spread. it was just one case of the south african variants found here in this community that no one is this do. the door testing scheme but the concern
is that one case could just be the tip of the iceberg ordinarily only a small amount of positive covert tests to screen 2 mutations mean that when they are found authorities here a cracking down hard it's thanks to genome sequencing that authorities can pinpoint where to look the u.k. is the world leader in sequencing analyzing 10 percent of positive covert samples but the emergence of new variance in toto the team with the u.k.'s pivot 19 genomics to suit him is responsible for almost half the world's poor by sequencing . work that will continue to prove crucial as more mutations in marriage i don't think we've seen the full spectrum of retailers that could arise so the very common in england at the moment 117 that's very good at spreading but actually what i'm looking for very carefully is mutations going into that variant that also impact on immunity and that's what starts to worry me considerably and that is what we're
seeing in the in the u.k. but no population is immune to me tensions that's why professor peacock says genome sequencing needs to become a global priority without comprehensive international screening it's feared new more dangerous variants could take hold putting vaccine programmes at risk mutations will be in the 4 corners of the year and there'll be lots that we don't know about that would be quite concerned if we did know about now the reason that support of all of us is because some of these variants are actually going to lead to a challenge in terms of immunization now that is really critical as we go forward we need to know what the virus is doing so that we can keep up with that scene development work is already being done to modify that things to protect against existing variants. professor paul heath is the chief investigator at the u.k.'s novak's bank scene trial he says he's confident to seek. can sing can help
manufacturers keep ahead of mutations one of the. very. highly possible that modified. very quickly from the vaccine manufacturers vaccines will likely have to adapt in the meantime identifying and isolating mutations will be an invaluable tool catamounts game between fact scenes and variance. or the family of a soul the women's rights activists have thanked us president joe biden for helping to secure her release from prison. spent nearly 3 years behind bars after campaigning for women to have the right to drop by and has described her release as
the right thing to do. lou jane is at home this is the caption her sister posted on a screen shot of lee jane i have to lose 1st video call after her release from prison but the 31 year old is not free she won't be allowed to leave saudi arabia for another 5 years because of the injustice she has suffered legion plans to sue says her sister. is not free she's just. a nice addition east's and so what we want now is to. reach. back in 2014 legian our hospital used videos like this to call for an end to the ban on women driving in saudi arabia. she also set up for women's rights abroad and criticized the legal system in her home country in 2018 she was kidnapped and imprisoned for allegedly attempting to destabilize the
kingdom u.s. president joe biden welcome to release earlier he had announced a tougher stance against saudi arabia because of human rights violations she was a powerful advocate for women's rights and releasing her is the right thing to do. over the past few years crown prince mohammed has granted women more freedoms they are now allowed to found companies without the consent of their guardians and the ban on driving has been lifted but many women are still in prison for standing up for their rights or criticizing the royal family for more now i'm joined by mona eltahawy an gyptian american author of she has covered the middle east and women's rights issues in the middle east for many years for reuters moen it's good to have you on the program. has finally been released we know that that's good news for her is it a victory for solti women in general and we say that. it is absolutely
a victory for saudi women because i want everyone to remember that the courage of this particular young woman and the courage of all the other women who were detained by the crown prince mohammed bin salmen in may of 2017 their collective courage is the reason that the ban on driving has been lifted their collective courage is the reason the guardianship system is being dismantled and new jane was such a liability to the saudi regime inside prison they preferred to release her into the silence and a travel ban at home so that she wouldn't keep generating terrible publicising for them around the world so i consider this even though jane is not free she is a reminder that salman isn't works and terrifies all thora terence like the saudi royal family losing sister today think u.s. president joe biden for her release how big of a role did the u.s.
administration play that we know that is taking a different approach now to saudi arabia compared to the trump administration. i think it's really important to remember that the trumpet ministration was not an aberration it was a continuation of decades of corrupt u.s. policy toward saudi arabia by which the united states bought billions of dollars worth of oil and sold the saudis billions of dollars worth of weapons trump was just a bit more obvious about it so i think if now i respect lootings family and they can say whatever they want about this is released but i think it's really important to not consider that this is any different and tell until what and unless we see a real change for example that the us administration stop sending weapons to saudi arabia which are used to commit war crimes in yemen that the us administration demands the release of all the other women whom had been summoned imprisoned along
with you jane in may there are 54 who are still in prison and the 11 who are still on trial and more importantly to really important that we remember women are not a bargaining chip so that mohammed bin 10 men can throw new jane across the table to joe biden and say here you go let it out a new page feminist who tell the saudi royal family you let me ask you or more of what about the crown prince there in saudi arabia could he use this release as a p.r. or win for him because you know his reputation in the world is certainly not the best. absolutely this is such a crucial point now crown prince mohammed bin salman m.b.'s as he's known has portrayed himself as an emancipator of women and shamefully too many western media outlets have allowed him to be portrayed as such we know that the driving ban is
thanks to the pressure and the activism of the feminists like to jane and the others in prison we know all of this progress is because of these feminists and women's rights activists but m.b.'s wants everyone to think that we don't get freedom by fighting for it but more like a gift from him so we cannot allow him to use this as p.r. and also we have to remember this is the man who ordered the murder of journalist john allen shows yes and he has yet to be held accountable for that so do not let him get away with using this to burnish his terrible image ok mona eltahawy we appreciate your time in your insights tonight good talking with you thank you i football now in a sparkling new chapter in the story of germany's most decorated club by your new nick the bundesliga champions edged mexico's team europe's to win the club world cup and make it a clean sweep of all 6 major trophies that they could win within a year or so alone in 2009 was the only other club to do that. out
of the starting blocks to grant's show they had every intention of battling man well neuer put a stop to this attack. but it remained a physical affair throughout neither team giving ground easily. biron appeared to go up in the 18th minute. i only to have the goal disallowed by a video assistant referee for offside. leroy's sunday had a great chance but rattled the crossbar and the 1st half and it scoreless but by and got on the right side of the v.a.r. in the 2nd half benjamin kovach banging the ball and an assistant referee immediately called it offside but with the match on the line video replay over ruled the goal was good off the usual commish cross one nil by and that's how it staged by intern our club world champions and winners of an historic sex couple.