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well, in the game, said tokyo 202421. thrown off course during the qualifying ground or not for sport hero. and i'm fired up and ready to count down during locked lock. you go to tokyo, starts july 19th on the w. ah, what's the difference? it makes football enjoyed like this for like this explain why the organizers of your a 2020 prefer tens of thousands of families will take the seats and sundays final in london. but in japan, there is a different view to the lympics to take place in empty venues. the crowds of
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supporters seen as to risk in both regions coded 19 cases. rising. one of the european scoring gonna go on 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 a 2020 to kick off fence the confusing clash of name and date. but with 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 by scotland fans, they were euphoric when their team and a point against arch rivals england wimbly tournament came to an end soon after. and there was another sting in the tail a cove it outbreak on and off the pitch. scotland midfielder billy gilmore
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tested positive, forcing him into quarantine, a post game chatman, 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 crowded balls and puffs 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. financial authorities say at least 300 fans were infected while following their national team. mostly at that 2 matches in st. petersburg that contributed to a sharp rise in cases at home. but despite these connections between euro 2020
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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 you wafers position is utterly irresponsible to look for on for them to us. and what's 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 hanover will only rise. well, let's speak to dr. hud. sure. he's a former president of the international society. the aerosol is in medicine. thanks for joining us on the code. 1900 special,
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a us an advocate to getting football back up and running again during the pandemic . but now we are seeing cases rising in part due to euro 2020. does that mean that torment was a bad idea? i think the tournament was not a bad idea. i think it depends on the instrument and the different properties and we saw restore large differences. as you mentioned, the english and scottish people that ranch to london got attractive. but then in england we have an incidence of 7 day incidence of about 300 right now. and 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 i very, the interest went down and they had to pull
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a real estate massive beginning from the beginning. so they started with an incident of 10 and they are now $2.00 or something that's so we can't say them that football is the real big risk. it really depends on the competition in the, in those different countries. the 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 as a stadium full of 60 plus 1000 people the stadium itself is not a problem. it's the, it's been traveled to the stadium as you, as we saw and heard in this other discussions. it's just, it's a traveling to the stadium. it's the celebration after and the bars and the
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not in the non just in the, in the stadium be 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 can always and this can also be a bus or apple aim or any of the toilet. and i think this under the whisky places. so there's sort of peripheral to the actual match itself. suppose you're 20 times an interesting case study because the 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 getting that we should we saw the differences in the different categories, but the, the, the interest numbers rates but totally different now. so when you,
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when you start with an incident rate, or let's say 200, that means you have 200 people were getting in fact, 500400000 people. so when you're now 50000 people in the industry, you and you would not make any tests. it can happen that you have 100 people which are in fact, in the stadium. if you have an incidental 5 and you're, that's 20000 people into a stadium, then you have one person in the stage. your move may be in fact, just from the statistic point of view. and, and so that makes a big difference. it makes a big difference. all many people get in fact that in the, in the, in this country and in this special area where you have to get all these matches happen, outdoor venues, but the lympics would have been different. some of those events would have taken place indoors, but now they're not going to have any spectators have. they taken the right
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decision each time. i don't know they would be interested in japan, but they are more careful. i think it would be possible in the, in the, in the, in the that and be 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 in very large rooms, the aerosol clock is not very concentrated and that you do it by the surrounding air and in that way. so it's also not so risky, but i, i think it's, it's the right decision when the instruments of arising anything, just like there's an abundance of caution that i don't forget how to show it. thanks so much for joining us on the curve in 1900 special 11.
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now it's the part of the program where we put one of your questions to ask science correspondent derek williams. oh, lou big scenes require a new boost issue. oh, no one really knows the answer to this question. yeah. 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, but they're protected to 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,
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but varies from vaccine to vaccine and from various to variance. but studies are showing, for instance, that people vaccinated with messenger r n 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 periods, at least in part because of that new data pfizer and by on tack. now, want to get recipients a 3rd shot of their vaccine after 6 months. which highlights the big what? yes, lurking in the background. well, if the virus mutates enough to start infecting
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a much larger per 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 and 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, in fact large numbers a fully vaccinated people,
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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 the head over to the cleavage 1900 section of our website the the we don't to come to the next time. thanks for watching. pick up the news. every day counts for us and for our planet ideas on this way to bring you more conservation. how do we make the reader? how can we protect habits? what to do with them all our ways? we can make a difference by choosing smartness solutions over staying said in our way the
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often go astray. the most difficult when the game of implementing poker power plays and the lines behind the climate. some it starts on the w, the, the, the, the new i take form of exuberant hope and self confidence. it's much more than a passing trend, and it's leaving its mark on artistic expression from film to fashion, from literature, to music. welcome to arts and culture. this edition is dedicated to africa futurism. the term was coined in the 1900 ninety's, but the cultural trend described dates back to at least the civil rights era. the
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1900 fifties and sixties, when african american musician, sun ra, made a link between the ancient egyptians and the space age. the term itself refers to a reimagining of a high tech future through a black hole through lens. counteracting euro centric traditions that have acquainted blackness. with being primitive around the world, africa, futurism is inspiring and redefining the work of an increasing number of artists. say false seat belts and get ready for a journey through a brave and colorful you whoa. kenyan artist cyrus could be real breeze new life and do started technology and and the radios become space, age, communication devices, rusting beard, bicycles, called black mumbles. i turned into sculptures that could have been left here by an
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alien civilization to bureau had been making are for years before a gallery in italy, gave it a label appro future. i didn't know about the future. that's my 1st time to hear that was for future. his series of eyeglasses called feast to make a brew famous, constructed from crash collected on his travelled, match up both different cultural traditions. to me, after that is for future lake, it's a combination of different cultures. this material different from like global, but it's something that you can see more often more asia know it's more for pizza. with black panther, hollywood finally gave the world a new perspective on africa. the superhero movie set and the high tech african land
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of conduct brought afro futurism into the mainstream. a world away from hollywood in a boot nigeria, apple futurism, is also taking root. a new generation of african artists is looking at their own culture from a new angle, comic book artist. i use a g ma, kinda credits black panther aqua card before. no, i've been known to be for about the 3rd. what's called 3 black concept wing for phone was power. that is completely new. this with technology. it was my africa was everywhere were wow. in this comics what kinda uses sy fi and fantasy to address real world issues, the political power, corruption and abuse. lucky lou set in 2050 a d. imagine africa as a world power battling on the global stage alongside china and the u. s.
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spaceships modeled on, senegalese fishing boats, a post apocalyptic world, inspired by west african folklore, a zimbabwe and super hero. just some of the comics published by golly media which brings the bath and apple futurists, art and animation to the world. so wealth, also we didn't use the same price. we just saw much in there could be one, it will be a waste if it was going to get through this and disney is lifting the hollywood drive is backing you watch a sy fi animated series created by who golly details of the plot are still top secret very, pretty much because that story taking place in the leg was going to slow the class inequality. and i'm very careful. yeah. yeah. that's all i can say,
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whether in comics, movies, or design, the art of afro futurism combines tradition with imagination to envision a brighter future for africa and the world. the author of that report is scott rock spar and he's with me in the studio. welcome scott. now you spent some time looking into this, the term for a future ism, in decades old already, but right now it seems to be enjoying a revival. yeah, as you mentioned, i mean the idea that the style is the combination of african traditions and miss with, with sort of science fiction motifs a bit around maybe since the 50s or sixties. but it really enjoyed a new or mainstream revival with, with black panther. and i think a lot of the credit there has to go to the costume designer, the oscar winning costume designer about build roof carter. because what she did was combine sort of really ancient african design with sort of a futuristic a style and. and by making this combination, she was able to create
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a vision of africa. that was both super high tech, but also true to african history. and this film and her designs were hugely inspirational. i'm also african artists because the 1st time they were showing a hollywood film that imagined africans as superheroes, they're not as of history. and one of those african artists is photographer osborne materia, he's been called a master creating alternate thought universes. tell us more about him. yeah, i was going to try as fast that he is a toggle for. and what he does is he uses sort of 5 pi motifs to reinterpret both african history and the african a present. here's a photo. here's, for example, that reimagine can use now mal independent spiders and he matches them as high tech optician, divides fi fi glasses in order to fight the british colonialism. and much re told me that he deliberately works against the sort of negative images that he also sees
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in western media of africa. and tries to take members outside from the outskirts of society and, and put them in the new in a new life. one of my favorite works of his is nairobi underground, fight club, which imagines short stature people as, as warriors with members and sort of a global of icon. basically what try was to do is to retell african history and to sort of recapture it from the distortions of, of the western view of africa. okay. quote, as well as inspiring art after you tourism has played a huge role in empowering black art, is to tell any stories in imagine the writing futures. does it also have a political agenda? i think for a lot of artists, it does have a very political agenda, especially african artists because we're talking about communities and cultures in which have often the history of often been distorted or even destroyed by colonialism or, or by slavery. and so for a lot of the features artists by using these motifs of science fiction,
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they're able to sort of reimagine their own past and project it into a sort of utopian future. and to tell their own story in their, for their own perspective in a way that doesn't, isn't the should shape, are distorted by the, this sort of western view. now, ok, all right. thanks so much for coming in and showing your insights. now afro futurism has also played a huge role in music in the 1970 george clinton on least p funk on the world with futuristic lyrics and album covers and live sets before him descending to the stage from its base ship. well, recently beyond say, revive the theme with her visual album. black is king. and here in berlin, nigerian born neo soul artist wayne snow is also combining the futuristic with the traditional for him to his african heritage. is a major inspiration. future for me is just the tools we use and the after official reason,
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african means that it is rooted in tradition. wayne snow won't be put in a box ha. ah, i is blend. so pop and electronic sounds makes it easy listening, but it requires hard work in the studio. ah yeah. so we mix in down nina and we recorded live with the full band with no gigs last year. musicians have been promoting them music by making life versions of that song to put on line when you record it, take this live take here. i think you right into the bookstore with. ringback ringback me,
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when usually puts a lot of thoughts into his visuals, he often visits art gallery for inspiration, bites. but his videos, i'm for the music itself, which he says he can actually see i have a bit of a finished asian. that is when i hear sounds follows like goes with follows. so i've always tried to express a visual part of the music. that is what i make, produce a sound. i try to be all show people the colors that go with it. if i were to do a music create, here are the definitely influenced by this call is around as well as a connection between sound and vision. the nigerian artist wants to show his funds a different image of africa. this
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me was quite important for me to show people that well, you can have things very beautiful things come in for me as well. and you have the impression that were made anywhere else. so it was really, really something i wanted to just show this how natural it is my 1st video 70. the idea was to show like the traditional way of work and which is on this game. i had black and we used the same kind of a way approach that duty mikaya was inspired by a firm future. isn't this meeting a future? and tradition is a core theme in his music when you see it looks sure. istic what's the experience? people told me they had was that future, but at the same time failure was rooted strong tradition.
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ah, as we use lie somewhat into like this camera, feel me, me on. so we use some like traditional options when they meet the future. wayne is looking to the future and then the artists we featured, i just a few of the many, his work is being inspired by our for futurism. i'll leave you with one of the artists credited with taking the movement into the mainstream. janelle monet's science fiction infused poetry and song, often through the eyes of a fussy female android alter ego, takes a futurism to another level. see you next time. the just the
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