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most little bill through the 1000, from the direction this why this is besides this with the building capacity of ukraine to defend itself on the 1000, from the direction of it. why the 6 isaac, with the building capacity of your brain to descend to cell phone to see is a really good movie. and i would like to say that the rotational presence will be the major countries. it's really important. and what we've seen just a couple weeks ago, we met the defender who touched territorial with ukraine around premier. that caused a numerous reaction. incredible. right? move to do because the freed up negation is something really important, not just for ukraine. was the whole rules. and that's why we call to support to grant shogun that russia can set the rules in the area right. alexander car from the center for defense strategies. joining us from key of thank you so much. thank
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you. oh, by on tech and fight, there are to speak approval for a 3rd dose of their cobra, 1900 vaccine. pfizer will ask for authorization from the cdc health authority in the united states. the company says a 3rd job within 12 months, could boost immunity and help ward off new variance. specifically, the more infectious delta strain, drug makers will also seek authorization in europe and other region. and it is now just 2 weeks until the token olympics are due to start, but it will be a games without fans in the stadiums. organizers have announced a total ban on both foreign and domestic spectators. after a new crone of virus, state of emergency was declared across parts of japan. and the games will be the 1st in a limbic history to be held behind closed doors. and some say they shouldn't happen at all in still matter late than never. some might say, after a long journey through all of japan's 47 prefixes,
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the olympic flame has finally arrived in tokyo, one year behind schedule. due to the corona virus pandemic rise included in 1900 cases in the capital. also, many members of the public were not there to greet the flame authorities announced the state of emergency in tokyo for the duration of the games to try to curb to spread the virus. amid fears of the delta variance, the measure mostly limits alcohol sales and restaurant opening hours to try to stop contagion. but it also means these will be the 1st olympic games without fans and attendance. stadiums like this one will be mostly empty. the top the government restrictions for tokyo site emma cannot go well and chiva prefecture would have kept event attendance at 50 percent. the venue capacity up to 5000 people for the data to go to this again. we haven't decided to allow no fans
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during the games as a stricter measure to prevent further spread of the virus medi my stuff. the decision has put a damper on the mood just 2 weeks ahead of the opening ceremony. post show large swats of the public. don't want the games to take place. some people are even taking to this street. who do people i don't think we should hold the olympics in such a situation together with these people who share my same opinion. we want to protest against the olympics till the very end and we want them to be cancelled. that's why i came here today. but organizers are not giving up and are determined to move forward. the olympic flame may be small right now, but they hope it will help spark enthusiasm ahead of these unprecedented game.
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and joining me to discuss the economic ramifications of the olympics a being held without fans and michael pe who headed the international olympic committee marketing for 2 decades like well, these are going to be the 1st closed door olympics in history. what challenges does this present organizers from a marketing perspective? well, clearly everybody's disappointed that there will be no spectators of the stadium, but i wouldn't count the japanese out just yet, so still surprising the world and staging a magical games. i mean, in the, in 99 percent of the world experienced lumping through television and that i think will be a truly spectacular presentation in the show. from a business economic standpoint, i mean no ticket sales is, is a big hit. so the local organizers, they were, they had already sold more than a $1000000000.00 worth of tickets. they will have to be refunded and the government with his decision not to allow spectators will be underwriting those costs with the
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organizing committee. but it's a little bit strange because no spectators, a lot of the one picks, but spectators still alive and japanese baseball. it's like you can't catch cove, it baseball, but you can catch that a little bit. there's still a lot of confusion over the communications and the decisions being taken as a witness that your time with the i see it's not just a ticket sales, but also sponsorship income, especially from a broadcaster's become increasingly important to the games is broadcast revenue given the public health concerns, the only reason the games haven't been canceled entirely. not at all. if you forgive me, some of the media i've been trying to position listen so the only reason the games are going forward is to protect the ball costs revenue. nothing could be farther from the truth. the i o c actually has the broadcast revenue insured. so heaven
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forbid the games will not take place. it will be the insurance companies that are paying up. so there's no real loss for the seal. the organizes. similarly, for the sponsorship, you know, the i o c. sponsorship agreements are all long to pull 28 to 32. and if the game shouldn't take place, there are no refund in the contracts. this is all about trying to show for the athletes that the games take place. it's not like a football match or a former one race where if you cancel one, you come back next week or next month. cancel the lympics and your last 8 years. that's a whole generation call the athletes. and i think it's been critically important to try and ensure that you can stage the games in a safe and secure environment. the rest of sports events taking place around the world. you look in europe now with the arrows where the cove it incidents off far, far higher than all of them of the euros as well in europe. and we have seen that
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many people in japan are also again feeling fixed, taking place at all. so is it not reckless to hold them in the midst of a global pandemic? i think the protocols measure sort of being put in place to ensure a secure and safe games. they are probably more stringent for the olympics than you seen, any other sport. so when we talk about those poles, some of the poles, 3 weeks ago, a polling 80 percent negative last week they dropped to below 30 percent. and if you really go in and examine the poles, it's not so much about the olympics as about real disappointment. that anger from japanese people about one against the government because they've been so slow of the vaccination program and to frankly, a very weak communications program. right. michael payne, the former i o. c marketing director. thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us on dw news. my pleasure. you may know that spaniards are some of
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europe, the biggest consumers of neat. now we, spanish government minister is calling on people to eat less of a for the good of their own health and of course for the planet. but his message has drawn rebuke from some of spain's most ardent meat eaters, including the prime minister, spain a paradise for meet lovers, the countries cuisine as famous for its hams and sausages. but the consumer affairs minister has sparked controversy by suggesting the spaniards should change their eating habits. given the answer because what would you think if i told you that excessive meat consumption harms both our health and also our planet? we can change our diet and improve the state of the planet. the minister noted the beef production in particular requires huge amounts of water and produces greenhouse gases responsible for global warming. some surveys have shown spaniards
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of europe, stock carnivores consuming an average 98 kilograms of meter year. well above the average of $76.00, the suggestion to cut neat intake prompted the prime minister to weigh in from an official trip to let the weightier estoppel in, because controversy is personal to me. as far as i'm concerned, there's nothing better than a perfectly done state. by the way, convincing spaniards to change their meet loving ways may prove to be a hard so. and the race 1st space is heating up as more nation. the seek to send astronaut into orbit and most of the participants are still men. the united arab emirates is a new comer to space exploration, but it's getting ahead in other ways. and now the u. e. has just introduced its 1st woman astronaut. not mature, she had seen on the rights wants to reach for the stars and she is one step closer
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to that goal. she will be the arab world. first female astronaut. a big step for her and women's rights in the united arab emirates. the fact that i was selected to be part of the program, i think is enough and encouragement to all girls who want to enter the space field. to go ahead and enter the b through becoming scientist for a by the training or working hard towards becoming an astronaut. survival training and the pilot license just a few of the skills, the 28 year old mechanical engineers working on into by she will head for nasa facility in january. my motivation behind applying to the east west space program was my dream as a child. and me wanting to be an astronaut. she says she wants to defy the stereotypes that people associate with her job. i don't
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feel like i faced any challenges when applying to this program because everyone was very supportive here in the way. currently no space mission is scheduled, but i'm not sure she is hopeful. she will visit space and a girl in the united states has become the 1st black american to win it the national spelling bee contest. maria n u r a y s the that you that you haven't guard one of the 50000 dollar pride by correct spelling of the word, maria, which is a genus of plans. and a teenager is also a basketball prodigy who holds 3 again, it's world records for basketball dribbling covent garden, selling it for the site hobby. and he knew that 2021 scripts, very impressive. you are watching d. w news and coming up next in d. w. news,
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asia eating disorders in china. why increasing numbers of women in china are risking their health in pursuit of losing weight. and even greater hardships facing transgender women in india controlled kashmir as they try to deal with the consequences of walk down in the region. the energy has those story, then more coming up next, w, lose a shot. and don't forget, you can always find the latest on our website, t, w dot com, richardson in berlin for me in the team. thank you so much for joining us. the news . the news. the news
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news. the the ah, india. noise lead to humans and animals alike. pollution is a big problem in india,
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especially in metropolitan city. widely underestimated then reduction on voice pollution is very limited. to 60 minutes on dw in december 2019 the european council. president shaw me shows embarked on a ground breaking mission. i have a clear job to make you the 1st time that i joined the planets by 2015 but not all member states supported and some persuasion is required. a surprising glimpse into the very heart of power negotiations. ah, money can be
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a process of flattery and in westlake plans often go straight to the hospital when the game of diplomatic poker was power, please, and alliances behind the scenes, the climate is coming on d. w. d that the news a show today on the program why eating disorders are becoming increasingly common in china. many young women are risking their health in pursuit of unrealistic bonding image goals. what, what's the pursuit, and what can be done to stop it. plus, life has ever been easy for constant women in administered. we hear how some
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unknown facing new and unexpected hardships as the region takes measures to keep it in check. the news i'm british managing welcome to deed up the news asia. glad you could join us. pressure to conform to conventional ideas about beauty is having dangerous consequences in china, particularly among women, if leading to increasing cases of eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia. a study from 2019 estimated more than 1500000 chinese was suffering from an eating disorder. i'll be talking to someone who's experienced this 1st hand in a moment. but 1st, this report, the junction one knows how to love and take care of her own body to day. but she learned the hard way. the 23 year old still has vivid memories of the severe eating
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disorder that almost killed her. so that time was around 20 kilograms. it was short, not long before i was hospitalized. so this was when i was being hospitalized. johnson herself esteem was low affected by extreme beauty standards shared on the internet like this one, women comparing their wastes to the width of an a full size paper. such challenges are common on chinese social media. they once convinced john that skinny in us will bring happiness, which only turned into a nightmare was that i could walk by myself. my feet didn't have any strength. oh, my body couldn't function very well. and i couldn't even see very clearly that my hair was very fluffy, and i hopefully had any fear left. i knew that i was seriously well, but i didn't go to the doctor. now recovered,
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show helped organize this execution against body shaming. a phenomenal expert say has skyrocketed in reason to use this door plastered with abusive messages represent to pain and struggle. many participants used to have and this self marriage ceremony a pledge to cherish themselves for the rest of their life. the jo moved every single one in the room or is it a drill? i had, i thought i was an ugly girl since i was a kid and thought the people and we like in girls. so comfortable what was in the
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process of my recovery. i feel that a healthy skin tone of dirty body and a strong heart of the most important things in this house played out of all this is what john keeps reminding herself every day. that confidence is what makes one beautiful. so i mean from hong kong is stephanie and i found an executive director of body banter, hong kong based nonprofit, the chairs, resources, and information on body image and mental health. stephanie, welcome this pursuit of the id body shape. are there any specific cultural factors in china, for instance, that are driving it? thank you for having me today, and i can speak a little bit about how there might be some cultural pressures on based on my own experience. and also in my research that i've learned about, and i think that's something that's really prominent, is that there is, there is
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a lake between the body, the way that it looks and morality. so, the way that we fundamentally are, and so as a lot of us are familiar with, there tends to be a belief that an individual who are a smaller bodies are more disciplined or more successful. and individuals and larger bodies are seen as left disciplined or more lazy. and this link seems to be more pronounced in chinese cultural settings. that link between physical appearance and morality in the sense that this association is really fed to us from a really early age and it's constantly reiterated in our daily life. and something important to note about this link is also that it's really reiterated and reinforced in meal time setting, particularly because neil time stuttering things are such crucial site of interpersonal connection in chinese context. so for example, a common idiom that used in tiny culture is that if you don't finish your bowl of
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rice, you're going to marry someone who had pimples all over their face. and so it is through this kind of cultural belief that makes life outcomes with eating behavior that creates such a complex linkage between how we eat, how we look, who a fundamentally or an adult is. do these linkages extend to other areas of daily life as well, for example, in school or in your peer group for instance. yeah. so it seems that for, especially in fact, familial setting is pronounced because these are the places where you have this intergenerational on passing on of knowledge. but it definitely can extend to school settings as well because these are, this is common knowledge, common cultural knowledge that can be prevail, pervasive in all social setting. so if every child hasn't said this kind of beliefs and everyone in the peer group will reinforce it as well. so yes,
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i would say that it is pervasive throughout different social groups. stephanie, how much of a link is there with social media, for instance? and the idea version of beauty that we see in our times, or is it just a case of the traditional linkages that you were referring to right now? yeah, this is a question that i've thought a lot about to, which is that how much of it is social media and how much of it is to do with cultural beliefs or belief that we've been taught by our family. and i think that there is no, there is no one answer to this because with eating disorders and with all mental illness, all mental illnesses, it's a confluence, a factor that comes from it depends on the person's individual temperament as well . so if this person is very engaged, that engages with social media a lot and takes these messages to heart. then social media messaging may be more prominent as a risk factor for them. ready but if a person is more field,
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more accountable to, let's say their family, families, expectations or, or other kinds of expectations that they receive. and then they would be influenced by those factors warm. and you know, in some cases, and in many cases actually, both of these things will come together and reinforce each other to create a very complex, intricate kind of pressure. and stephanie, are these struggles unique to just women, or do men go through these as well? eating disorders don't discriminate, the effect, anyone of any of any demographic treat. so any gender, any socio demographic and stuff. so you cannot make status any and, and, and any background and any background. so there's definitely no specific group that it is exclusively impacted by eating disorders. but there is obviously a different set of manifestations that affect each group. so for example,
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with women, there may be greater obsession with, than ideal with men. it may be manifested in the form of, of experiencing obsession with the muscular ideal for so it manifest really. but everyone can experience and eagerness order use you spoke about your own experiences with eating disorders. and i wonder if that can help inform other people about the warning signs to watch out for what is it that people can watch out for to a lot themselves to what's happening with themselves or with others. absolutely, that's a great question. with warning signs, i think that there are a bunch of different symptoms that can, can manifest. but i think something that's very important is that linkage between morality and eating behavior. so a big warning sign is when the person starts to say things like, you know, if i don't eat a certain way that i'm a bad person or the person expresses this kind of belief. because when that happens,
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they can start to engage in disordered eating behavior. like meal like, you know, bingeing and purging, these kinds of behaviors become integrated into the person that's identity and then start becoming a pervasive pattern of behavior that becomes a deep part of how they behave and how they come to see themselves. so that is kind of a warning sign when you start to see the sense of attachment and the personal attach it to the stephanie and we'll have to leave it there for that. i mean, but thank you so much for joining us today. but though very insightful views on this, thank you very much for having me. oh, life for the transgender community in indian control kush me. it has never been easy despite their work as matchmakers and wedding entertain as they think a lot of acidity and discrimination. but off late, this situation has become even worse as loc towns in the region prevent them from
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going about their business, leaving some facing destitution. the sub number any is that transgendered woman living in india administered? gosh me. she was a leader, members the days when she would dance at wedding for now, she mostly stays at home. the deceptions caused by a corona virus restrictions and the log down by indian authorities after deli, walked the regions autonomy in 2019 have taken that all over our work has suffered a lot even before the locked downs. our earnings were amiga. now they have dried up the community, not only faces discrimination and hostility from the society. their self expression is also the subject of the muslim majority region. we're chicken as a term gender. in the place we live in. we cannot opt for 16 therapy, and our holy book also doesn't allow that. hey, john amos fun,
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you the rights activists for the l g b t q. community english means he says mental health issues are prevalent in the community. they're not able to reconcile between religion and their sexuality, or for that matter, the agenda identity as well, and then start the abuse. and if you will start from the families on, on the, and this be with is, or, you know, it's, it's the word but it's physical. it is sexual as well. in a month we would receive just one case of you know, mental health issue from the community. now we are receiving a lot of cases did out about 4000 members in the community and few have received government aid. but chubb numb lives in the hope that her work as a dancer and a matchmaker will resume once again. i could never make, but i work with dignity when i bring to families to get during much meetings. i
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hope it continues. after the government began eating long known restrictions in gush me over the weekend, that was may have come a step closer and that's it for today. and this week there's other news and analysis from the region on our website dot com forward slash a share. and you can of course, give the latest updates in our facebook and twitter profiles as well. rebecca again, on monday of the same time, we will see you then by the use the site against the corolla virus pandemic. how has the rate of infection in developing? what does the latest research say information and contact the corona virus 19th next on dw.
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hello guys. this is a 77 percent. the platform issues you know, on this channel, we are not quite tuffy. young people clearly have the solution. the future is 77 percent. now every weekend on the w. mm. the what's the difference? it makes football enjoyed like this for like face it's clear what the organizes if you are a 2020 preferred tens of thousands of families will take the seats. it's sundays
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final in london. but in japan, there is a different view to the lympics to take place in empty venues. crowds of supporters seen as to risk in both regions. code 19 cases arising, one of the european scoring, and i'm a goal. i'm robots in berlin. welcome to this covey. 19 special. the panoramic ment, europe's football fans were made to wait an extra year for your 2020 to kick off and the confusing clash of name and date. but but the continent yet to rid itself of corona virus, the european championships still didn't come without risk. the joy of the euro 2020 summed up why scotland fans. they were you for it when their team and a point against our tribal england at wembley tournament came to an end soon after . and there was another thing in the tail,
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a covert outbreak on and off the pitch. scotland midfielder, billy gilmore tested positive, forcing him into quarantine, a post game chattman, england's been chill. well and mason mount also had to isolate even more worryingly . it was later revealed almost 1300 scottish friends were infectious when they went to london. the world health organization says supporters traveling to games would be a recipe for disaster. how are people getting the other traveling and large crowded convoys of buses? are they taking individual measures when they're doing that? what's happening after the games, when people leave the stadiums, are they going into a crowded balls and pubs to watch the matches? if this mixing is happening among people who are not fully vaccinated, and there is the presence of the virus, there will be cases. the problem isn't restricted to the u. k. finish authorities
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say at least 300 friends were infected while following their national team. mostly at that to matches in saint petersburg. that's contributed to a sharp rise in cases at home. but despite these connections between euro 2020 uncovered outbreaks, you wafer is pressing ahead with hosting over 60000 spectators for the final at wembley. and politicians in several countries are furious. at this german interior minister host, the hoover accusing the governing body of putting profits over public health. i think that your wife is position is utterly irresponsible. absolute for and for them to us. and to put more association should say clearly, we don't want it this way. we're reducing the numbers of spectators. either italy or england will be celebrating the country sporting victoria wimbley on sunday. but without further restrictions in london, fears of a covert hangover will only rise. well, let's speak to to get hard. sure. he's
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a former president of the international society for aerosols in medicine. thanks for joining us on the curve at $900.00 special a you as an advocate of getting football back up and running again during the pandemic. now we'll see in case of rising in part due to your 2020. does that mean that tournament was a bad idea? i think the tournament was not a bad idea. i think it depends on the instruments and the in the different humphreys. and we saw the stone arch differences that you mentioned, the english and scottish people that ranch to london govern attractive. but then in england, we haven't the incidence of 7 day incidents of about 300 right now and germany in other countries that was much lower. so for example, in germany, we had mentioned as a 5 and we had no outbreaks when be saving and
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under the introduction went down and they had to pull a full estate method beginning from the beginning. so they started with an incident of 10 and they are now $2.00 or something. so we can't say them that football is the real big risk. it really depends on the competition in the, in the different countries. one match that remains now is the final which is going to be in the u. k, which as you say, has got one of the higher instance races rates in europe. so how risky of the stadium full of 60 plus 1000 people the stadium itself is not a problem. it's the, it's a travel to the stadium as you, as we saw and heard, and some other passions is traveling to the
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stage on it's the celebration after and the bars. and it's not in the non just in the interstate. he'll be out of the restroom and so we know that outside we have very little infection. so it's an aerosol infection and that happens most of the time in the rooms. and this can also be a bus or apple aim or an inventory. and i think this under the whisky places, so there's sort of peripheral to the actual match itself. suppose you are 20 times an interesting case study because must have been taking place in different countries. have we seen specific approaches in specific countries that have worked particularly well? i don't think so. i think i think we saw the differences that i'm
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getting we should we saw the differences in the different countries, but the, the, the numbers rates but totally different now. so when you, when you start with an incident rate of, let's say 200, that means you have 200 people were getting in fact, 580-040-0000 people. so when you have now $50000.00 people in the, in the stadium, and you would not make any tests, it can happen that you have $100.00 people which are in fact, in the stadium, you have an incidental 5. and you're, that's 20000 people into a stadium. then you have one person in the stadium. maybe in fact, just from the statistic point of view. and i'm told that makes a big difference. it makes a big difference. all the new people, in fact that in the, in this country, in this special area where you have to get all these matches happen,
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outdoor venues, but the lympics would have been different. some of those events would have taken place in doors, but now they're not going to have any spectators have. they taken the right decision each time. i don't know they would be interested in japan, but they, they are more capital. i think it would be possible in the, in the, in the, in the b, b, every now outside that you have 10000 or 20000 people that are indoors. it's a little bit more difficult. but also that it depends on the size of the room and in very large rooms, the arizona cloud is not very concentrated in that huge by the surrounding air. and in that way might have. so it's also that's over dispute, but i think it's a, it's a righteous issue with them and be interested in arising and just
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write an abundance of caution that don't forget how to show it. thanks so much for joining us on the curve in 1900 special 11. now is the part of the program where we put one of your questions to asked science correspondent derek williams. oh, lou big scenes require a new booster shoot. noon really knows the answer to this question yet because the very 1st recipients of vaccines approved for emergency use were only given those shots around a year ago in the course of the initial trials. but it wouldn't come as a surprise if booster shots proved necessary at some point down the line. after all . busy they are, for vaccines aimed at some other diseases. what's clear so far is that most people who receive approved vaccines that they're protected to
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a great extent for at least 6 months, at least against the current common variance. although the extent that protection is, of course not fixed, but varies from vaccine to vaccine and from variance variance. but studies are showing, for instance, that people vaccinated with messenger r m a vaccines that they continue to produce quite high levels of antibodies, half a year after receiving their 2nd doses. and effectiveness levels seem to be holding up quite well at least against older variance of the virus. but a new report from israel's ministry of health has now thrown some doubt on whether the delta variant of stars covey to might be able to do an end run on at least one vaccine. more often than other areas, at least in part because of that new data pfizer and by on tack. now, want to give recipients a 3rd shot of their vaccine after 6 months. which highlights the big what?
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yes, lurking in the background. what if the virus mutates enough to start infecting a much larger pers vaccinated people on a regular basis? and even worse is able to cause severe disease in them. that's when we'll really need a tailored booster shot. and, and actually the companies that made cobra vaccines are already trialing, next generation shots aimed at stopping that scenario if it starts to unfold. mixing and matching different vaccines in the 1st 2 doses could also possibly help provide the kind of broader spectrum immune response necessary to keep even slippery future variance in check. so, in a nutshell, while there's no strong indication yet that our current vaccines won't continue to protect us, maybe even for a long time to come. if new variance start to seriously,
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in fact large numbers of fully vaccinated people, then we'll see the rapid rollout of tweaked booster shots. me. and that's all for this edition of the cove in 19 special for more about found that makes you head over to the 1900 section of our website the the we don't to do next time. thanks for watching. pick and choose the news. the news
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