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all you can have to tell me, but we do know now the bar as johnson's ex top advisor, dominant cummings said that the prime minister is understanding from the scientists as always be incurred with serious effects. the over eighty's. that's been the main concern of the prime minister reportedly. what is your latest study telling us about acute covered? so i'm a professor of medicine and child health, the university of liverpool and i get invited to attend stage meetings. the gum and senior advisors are chris with the and patrick browns and they choose the expert than their advice. and that's my role. i bring to that data from research studies i'm personally responsible for. so i have to take personal responsibility for the data. i present the the reality is the cobra does not just the disease of the frail and elderly and we are seeing children a bit hostile and adult submitted hospital. the reality is the death
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mostly does occur in people over the age of 50 and far more people label that age of 75. it goes up exponentially buzzword very steeply as age gets all. but if you look at people damaged by covered, even people as young as 19 are suffering damage in hospital, which we can measure. and some of the children to rarely get inflammatory syndromes and require quite a lot of hospital care. so to say that this is just a disease, the frail, an elderly is definitely wrong. well, i'm sure the faxes will come out in force treating against this show, but this was a study of $70000.00 adults and all be it. this is rare. the proportions that i've got to figure 27 percent between 1929 year old, 37 and 30 to 39 year old. and the organs effected a kidney long and hot. and you think this is a long term issue for these people suffering from this acute conditions caused by
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covert. so this is a study conducted in u. k. hospitals in 300 into hospitals. so it's generalizable and conduction england, scotland and wales. so you can say to do any special problem in any one of our countries or any failing into any one particular hospital. so this whole call quality generalizable data. the study has been peer reviewed. so unlike the fraudulent bi formatting report which has been retracted because of plagiarism and data quality issues, this is a study that's been to the gamut of peer review. what we found when we looked at 70000 adults age between 19 and i think the oldest of some 100, something was quite a surprise. we found it. even the younger adults were suffering tissue injuries to the lung, liver, kidney, heart, and occasionally the brain as well. the commonest injury was a thing called kidney acute kidney injury. and you would expect most people with
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the kidney injury to actually get better. but some will have a step wise reduction kidney function which may lead in decades to come to need for renewal, replacement therapy or problems handling drugs or metabolize for the kidney. so what we're starting to get is really granular understanding of how calmer corporate damages people of all ages, particularly adults. so these are cute injuries occurring in hospital. we do know this concept of long covert, but the injuries we're seeing in hospital are unlikely to get better overnight or even a matter of weeks. so i think some aspects of the damage caused by corporate and hostile are leading into the parts of the syndrome called long covert and to some way to explain long calls it, not all the way that some way. and these are the vaccinated or the unvaccinated suffering like this. what are the proportions?
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the study reporting was conducted before vaccination, so it's, they were all unvaccinated. we've seen a huge benefit from vast nation and hospitals. the age groups being admitted to hostile majority or no under 50, under unvaccinated, and the mature or have had the vaccine but is not low enough to work yet. so totally different population is now coming into hospital is mostly under 50. and the paradox here is these are salvageable people. these are people that we can save their lives with the highest interventions. that means that they take our hospital resources as we say their lives. now we keep them well. so there's still quite a high burden on our health care system generated by these people that are not vaccinated. now i should just say about, i've met and in case no one knows about it, and antiviral being talked about. and as you said, peer review has shown it to be fraudulent. apparently,
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i should also just say that apparently the government has reported the thinking of vaccinating 12 or 15 year old. you're not so sure about the effectiveness of injecting children and i am are in a vaccine. i've been sitting on the fence on the vaccination of children issue for some time. while i waited to hear more about the safety data in the younger age groups. and the conclusion i'm coming to and this is very much partial conclusion. we do know that covered causes some harm to children, but is vanishingly rare. and if you want to silence the risks, the pure health risks against the, again, very rare side effects of the vaccine is really, really finally balanced argument. however, if you take into consider the wider impact of covered on disrupting children's education and their social and emotional development and taken to the
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consideration that children do amplify that disease to some extent, mainly because they're the only group that aren't vaccinated. then i think the overall argument plays in favor of fascinating our teenagers, but that's an arguments that's involving a big picture argument that's taking care of the effect of society and education. not just health suspiciously correlates with these reports, the government and just about to announce obviously being an expert particularly in the midst and maybe may be an issue. i should just quickly ask another thing about vaccination. their reports from israel, that shortening the delay between 1st and 2nd, vaccines seems to have impacted on the efficacy of the vaccination program over there. whereas we've kept it the same sort of length here . you aware aware of that and then therefore the dangers of shortening that length
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. yes. and we've got to study ongoing in the u. k. i think it's called the predict study and they've looked at different generations of distance between 1st dose and 2nd dose. but i think they're shown showing this a 6 to a week delay between 1st and 2nd dose is probably optimal and is worthwhile keeping that delay right? about 6 to 8 weeks when prevalence is relatively middle of the road, not particularly high. and, and that's because you're, you do get a slightly better pick up with that delay a. and it does allow you to vaccinate more people. so this is the balance between pushing for early full immunity and spreading the 2 doses to get more people vaccinated. and given amount of time and a longer lasting effect. so a little bit of delay seems to be a good thing even for the fines or even for the pfizer and all that are based
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vaccines. and just, just quickly, before i get onto immune escape, is it any true to the delta variant, help to kill off the variance to be, to vary. and he for 84 k that seem to bypass the answers that occur. and pfizer and we've done the vaccines. so we have the delta vary to fax. it's really hard to know, especially these viruses compete for ecological spaces or they compete to find people to in fact. and if one virus just slightly more infectious, a slightly better at making people infectious for longer or produces more virus from the nose and throat than that gives it a huge advantage in the population. we are aware that the delta is escaping all of the current vaccines because all the current vaccines are based on a strain that was circulating in early 2020. the good news is the old
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axioms are editable. now, because we use this editable r n a technology. so the way of seeing this pan out is, i think, come winter or spring. we'll have boosters for over 50 year olds and people that are clinically extremely vulnerable. and these boosters will be targeted, say the delta and the bitter strains. you might get a it'll be a vaccine soup. probably the 2 most recent relevant strengths. ok, i better quickly say that when you say me an escape with the delta, you mean you don't mean that people become seriously ill of explanation movie because they have much milder responses to it. much milder illness and this is, this is really good, but some still will come into hospital particular those sort of very frail, which just in the wind just have to change direction for some people to go into hospital. so they might be double vaccinated and will still come into hospital,
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but they wouldn't died. and that's, that's really good. the fact scenes are things are suit her before i've seen that we would, we'd have been very happy to settle for the vaccines. had the even been 5060 percent effective and to start off the vaccine that was 85 to 95 percent effective as wonderful. and that's given to some wiggle room that allows these new variance to still be targeted using this vaccine. yeah, i know big pharma champion and i had it after the 2nd vaccine and it was very mild . just finally. what about the fact the viral evolution expert at oxford university, arizona category saying we have 92 percent of the bodies in this country. we now have the possibility of immune escape in terms of mutation at its highest level in britain here. obviously, scientists around the world criticizing the british government in a way, sage by inference,
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is now the time that we are most going to be able to expect a new british variant because of the high levels of explanation here in britain, they don't quite work that way. if you've got, if you've got very high levels of explanation in most of your population, you stop the virus and evolving in these areas because it's got less opportunity. the worst case scenario when you get partial vaccination in your community, your mailbox nation. and that's why we do need to push forward and get as much the populations actually said, i'm not sure that i quite agree with his argument and many others that don't agree with his argument. the, the concern for me is here is that the pediatric population. we probably only got about 25 percent of the population of children exposed to the virus presence. so we haven't got sufficient coverage there to prevent a risk of viral escape and evolution in that population. so again, that's another good reason for pushing forward with vaccination in the children at
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the moment. price callan sample. thank you. thank you very much. after the break in the week of the 100 and 25th anniversary of the opening of the 1st ever for profit movie theater, i just go pole in the united states. is it time for hollywood, germany to come to an end? we speak to felipe le coach, whose new film night, the kings expose africa, the ancient oral tradition from inside an ivory coast prison. all the small coming up and bought 2 of going underground. hadn't been in my phone oxygen at all. and i don't, i just
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saw up dollar a former isis fighters and they're now boating a philippine naval ship in john $900.00. just aren't abdulla still don't know what's waiting for them. can i get a hold of me? i welcome back to this week. marks the 100 and 25th anniversary of the opening of the 1st cinema latest go pool in the u. s. and then the u. s. has come
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to dominate the global cinema industry through hollywood, which is faced accusations of being a tool for the united states. is foreign policy establishment from black listing of alleged communists to working closely with the us military. so is it time for a realignment to let us centric film industry and new film tips for an oscar night of the kings sales of story, not often seen in the world of hollywood, exploring class politics and revolution in a tory is ivory coast. prison is direct. tiffany black co joins me now from ivory. johnson called to vall, fairly welcome to going underground. what an amazing film night of the kings is. i have to say right from the outset of the prior to national view is, will say people here, they know, did a drug, they know chocolate from ivory coast. and they might know about the qu, back by the french government in 2011, which features in the new film. tell me about this oral tradition that you've resurrected for us in this amazing fil, referred tradition. i, i,
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i'm trying to show is the tradition of why the team of all are still in course and in west africa. we agree, oh it's, we would be a man or woman and i'll story. and i'll boy, of our story. and i wanted to, to be a to do in this scene to the so i've done so. so demonte credit knowledge i saw yesterday, i knew i wanted to just let me pass, you know, ah ah ah, and your main character is like i show her aside. and so it is kind of international,
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even though it's set in this bleak prison called the mocker. it's somehow international and yet so enclosed. your job was to, to go to go right inside to be in the mesh in, in the mesh. in mac, please on their menu. we've done off work that's are jasmine. we don't know if we goes inside the phone and in the same time, 2 other story to us. the question about storytelling was universe. i know scott, i was, i want to share some, it's a best friend, go off and follow time. so i took this piece and gave it to my guy. he's obliged to tell their story already tonight, and he wants to survive is to finish the story. i know you've talked about how
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georgia and a, maybe to some known on the gene genie from by david, very young janae's name, the master thief storyteller, affronts inspire this as well when you want to speak about please on, and specially about design. all 6 in reason, it's obliged to think about johnson and jimmy chapter piece colleges made and interest in just after these med play mistress during 111 evening and in the rankings might result very play kings and queens doing one night. ah oh, here in these 2. ah
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yeah, there's a bit of our lady of the flowers to the people say, reportedly people say that they watch this program in guantanamo, even in this prison in ivory coast, which you show as being so appalling. i mean, it is appalling. the, the shadow of guantanamo washington's guantanamo georgia camp even hangs here in this, in one of the scenes. yes, this is going to know more. he's in, he's in my job and i wanted to say something about red edge or petition on friday. so he's on us off my car, begin final games and they play like one movie. so it's a soft of me not being my offer. on the inside of reason and who is zelma king, the man whose life your main character tells the story of. it was there we are.
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i was again believe off to young by. you not be an age to 18. yes. and then the name of this john, this let me call my class and they took away and then from the city of god was seen because they what you see in the same, it's very famous and digital and back to very what's missing was no disguise. and they wanted to make them send via us just seen. and some was that was a young, but it did in some mystical to fight. and after you began, young boy was political or 1000000000. and it became a bad and after, after it gets it to become a sort of job story of this gun with young people. and finally,
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you weren't lease by yeah, there are connections where obviously the fulfill is of brazil in the city of god. we now know that lula who's been on this joe, as well as to say, with the lies were told about him. you have laurel back bow, who made international headlines when he was, i don't know what you, how you think of it because you show the news footage suddenly, amidst the scenes of the film, whether it was the french that kidnapped him, i understand he's returned in the past few weeks to be john, after being acquitted from the national criminal court, knocked off to show the french matching the reality. yes, i would say that's my work united way goes started in 2002. when i came in, the united goes to make it to montgomery about my childhood fans. a friend
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called him who died in mac out what i wanted to make it dr. montgomery about him and it was, it's kind of a general question and 3 days later, so i've been on stocky so my team already got us. why not? because we can offer the offer, you can try united recourse so i follow a photo. this was in my 1st feature, it's the same thing. and now i want to g as just a moment because it's wearing. but when i, when i saw my key was blocked off for a video. and i said, i knew i would make these entry billions a day one by one very would when one day i was to do it by this way. and i had gotten some archives, some image off 3 of my sons. but how do you maintain a distance as
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a director and writer, given that your own mother was imprisoned in jail and you were 8 years old and she was in jail for being a political revolutionary. yeah, i've got to get some maybe get some strong image when i, when i drive a collective taxi one day by week to go to see my mother in my car and not much open police on and as a, as a visitor, you know, discuss, we don't take your time, take your newspaper into action like this. and for me, i just edge now my guy was like don't was quinn in that case and i was just too much. yeah. i mean i, they set up to fail. are all the characters set up to fail? people who said that some western nations have deliberately created
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a structural adjustment system in ivory coast to fail. you know, i go to switch a country, the quality. well it is i country because we and we were on guys are control of failing. so for one office where you don't really need the support, the guns was, was a lead off on stuff. freak out was france. so and receive some, sometimes i, because he's a window of france and enough for god. so we can, we can see that window. but today, at the very last option to united read both ways log into i've and read, read, read, read once. some prices wants to be indifferent that economically,
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politically, but it's not going to be in the band when when's i mean army of sauce is own eyes records and everything is not going to be in different way or your economy is based on it's josh, we, y'all is there all caught on it? so it's a site, it's not there. put 2 sides, one the job to pick 5 it's. it's a human side to to. so show 5 is i believe in this, in this site and i just got we can, we can, we can speak without voice and some say it's a fight repeated in other countries, but we don't get many sub saharan african films in the 1st place just totally out of, i mean, hopefully there will be more but the currently actors that are in this film are actually from, i don't know, is it called the lawless quarter of john? you just have got them to act?
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yeah, we made, we made the trash for gas stations, not be john professor and i was re so for the restaurant and in 2 days and i was not very happy with this. got and decided to go in different job during to yes we so maybe 2000 young people and finally respected thought to be part of what the young people then got out of 5 yards. and we made there was shop doing to mouse by this way. we define all discord. washy. all we found this further, my god. oh yeah . not that we don't get any notes on the. i mean,
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you know broad. yeah. but does the job i didn't know by the last job. bob. no, again the drug goes on as well. as he does, i'm yeah, you know it's, it's strange, but the prison put gap population in ivory coast is less than in france, the old, colonial monster. and maybe as you say, some say to have colonial mastery. you know, in a way it was incredibly important. presumably in the film to, to create an echo of society outside prison as it is in prison. yeah. they're
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usually what, what mean crease on it? it's got to send me off to the society. it went away and specially your bud violence. violence you will see, freeze on is a violence was also also psyche. so i wanted to use this for me. it was only just a complete society society with this quote with this law with this belief. and i wanted to just, oh they did was power. oh, they did for a search session and trying to, to other, to other it was, you know, we outside about our united because we do, we were supposed to fill it out. thank you. thank you. and that's it for the show will be back on saturday until then keep in touch with us on the la social media
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basically defaulting on americans, obligations to great britain at the time. and since then we've had pure monetary chaos. the is our top headlines here will not be the death toll of today's explosion that a chemical fact 3 and germany expected to rise. officials, they're saying quote that little hope that the missing will be found alive. ecuador revokes julianna's salinger's citizenship. over 2 years after he was forcibly removed by british police from the countries, the embassy in london was in the program. we speak to his lawyer to prove this was deliberately wrong, a legal, unjust, and contrary to the constitution and human rights to try against the phones as a political one. also wanted to know for you things are getting heated up at the lympics as russian tennis todd the neil medical challenge during
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