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Best podcasts about monoclonal

Latest podcast episodes about monoclonal

The Elephant Heard
Episode 206: Election Audit and Monoclonal Treatment with Rep. Steve Toth

The Elephant Heard

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 20:11


Today at 12:50 a.m. the Third Called Special Session of the 87th Legislature officially adjourned. Unfortunately, the forensic audit President Trump requested, and Governor Abbott added was not acted on.I'm joined today with Rep. Steve Toth to discuss his Election Audit legislation and to get an update on the monoclonal treatment therapies that are available in Texas.

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed
KUNR Today: Nevada approves monoclonal COVID-19 treatment funds, Hospital expanding in Carson Valley

KUNR Public Radio: Local News Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 4:52


Here are the local news headlines for the morning of Monday, Oct. 18, 2021.

ERCAST
61. Outpatient COVID-19 Therapy with Salim Rezaie, MD

ERCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:54


The treatment of non-hospitalized patients suffering from COVID-19 is a hot topic and constantly changing. Today we have a conversation with Salim Rezaie, MD whose dive into this literature couldn't be much deeper. We discuss which subgroup of patients might benefit from monoclonal antibodies, why the jury is still out on the benefit of ivermectin, the role of inhaled budesonide, and outpatient anticoagulation which hasn't been studied, but hopefully will be someday. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher   Guest Bio:  Salim Rezaie completed his medical school training at Texas A&M Health Science Center and continued his medical education with a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at East Carolina University.  He currently works as a community emergency physician at Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP) where he is the director of clinical education.  Salim is the creator and founder of REBEL EM and REBEL Cast, a free, critical appraisal blog and podcast that tries to cut down knowledge translation gaps of research to bedside clinical practice. Hear more from Salim on Stimulus #16 Accumulation of Marginal Gains.    We Discuss: The fact that the best treatment of COVID-19 is prevention through vaccination [2:30];   The value and purported benefit of monoclonal antibodies [03:21];     Whether a rapid antibody test would help predict seronegativity [06:30];   Specifically which monoclonal antibodies are being used in Salim's shop [07:40]; The irony of people demanding monoclonal antibodies, but refusing vaccination because they don't know what's in it [08:50];     Why you can't trust everything you read about COVID-19 therapy in a news headline [12:40];   One of the largest ivermectin studies which was based on falsified data, yet continues to influence the results of meta-analyses  [15:30];   Inhaled budesonide for COVID-19 symptom control [22:00];   The slippery slope of outpatient anticoagulation [23:39];   The things Salim might do if he had symptomatic COVID-19 and was well enough to be managed as an outpatient [27:25];   And more.   Shownotes by Melissa Orman, MD For complete and detailed show notes, previous episodes, or to sign up for our newsletter: https://www.stimuluspodcast.com/   If you like what you hear on Stimulus and use Apple/iTunes as your podcatcher, please consider leaving a review of the show. I read all the reviews and, more importantly, so do potential guests. Thanks in advance! Interested in sponsoring this podcast? Connect with us here Follow Rob:Twitter: https://twitter.com/emergencypdx Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stimuluswithrobormanmd Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/emergencypdx

Stimulus.
61. Outpatient COVID-19 Therapy with Salim Rezaie, MD

Stimulus.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 30:54


The treatment of non-hospitalized patients suffering from COVID-19 is a hot topic and constantly changing. Today we have a conversation with Salim Rezaie, MD whose dive into this literature couldn't be much deeper. We discuss which subgroup of patients might benefit from monoclonal antibodies, why the jury is still out on the benefit of ivermectin, the role of inhaled budesonide, and outpatient anticoagulation which hasn't been studied, but hopefully will be someday. Listen on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher     Guest Bio:  Salim Rezaie completed his medical school training at Texas A&M Health Science Center and continued his medical education with a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at East Carolina University.  He currently works as a community emergency physician at Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP) where he is the director of clinical education.  Salim is the creator and founder of REBEL EM and REBEL Cast, a free, critical appraisal blog and podcast that tries to cut down knowledge translation gaps of research to bedside clinical practice. Hear more from Salim on Stimulus #16 Accumulation of Marginal Gains.    We Discuss: The fact that the best treatment of COVID-19 is prevention through vaccination [2:30];   The value and purported benefit of monoclonal antibodies [03:21];     Whether a rapid antibody test would help predict seronegativity [06:30];   Specifically which monoclonal antibodies are being used in Salim's shop [07:40]; The irony of people demanding monoclonal antibodies, but refusing vaccination because they don't know what's in it [08:50];     Why you can't trust everything you read about COVID-19 therapy in a news headline [12:40];   One of the largest ivermectin studies which was based on falsified data, yet continues to influence the results of meta-analyses  [15:30];   Inhaled budesonide for COVID-19 symptom control [22:00];   The slippery slope of outpatient anticoagulation [23:39];   The things Salim might do if he had symptomatic COVID-19 and was well enough to be managed as an outpatient [27:25];     And more.   Shownotes by Melissa Orman, MD For complete and detailed show notes, previous episodes, or to sign up for our newsletter: https://www.stimuluspodcast.com/   If you like what you hear on Stimulus and use Apple/iTunes as your podcatcher, please consider leaving a review of the show. I read all the reviews and, more importantly, so do potential guests. Thanks in advance! Interested in sponsoring this podcast? Connect with us here Follow Rob:Twitter: https://twitter.com/emergencypdx Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stimuluswithrobormanmd Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/emergencypdx

Death Panel
Teaser - Monoclonal Antipathies (09/28/21)

Death Panel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 5:15


Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron exclusive episode here: www.patreon.com/posts/56682062 We discuss the increasing politicization of monoclonal antibody treatments for covid-19, why they're so absent from the national debate over covid response, treatment, and IP, and the Biden administration's recent decision to adjust the quantities it ships to states. Runtime 1:08:58, 28 September 2021

Closer Look with Rose Scott
Natalyn Archibong On Running For City Council President; Emory Explores Its Historical Connections To Slave Labor And Dispossession

Closer Look with Rose Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 51:56


Natalyn Archibong has served on Atlanta's City Council since 2002, now she's running for City Council President. Closer Look's one on one conversations with all the candidates as Archibong tells host Rose Scott why now is the time to seek the seat.Also, a three day symposium gets underway this week on the campus of Emory University. It's called In the Wake of Slavery and Dispossession Emory, Racism and the Journey Towards Restorative Justice. University officials describe the symposium as building “on work started by student activists as well as the Emory Native American Initiative, the Task Force on Untold Stories and Disenfranchised Populations and Emory's work as a member of the Universities Studying Slavery consortium.” Emory's Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, Chief Diversity Officer and Special Advisor to the President, and the co-chair of symposium Carol Henderson tells Rose the symposium will focus on three key areas. Monoclonal antibody treatments are key in fighting the coronavirus. However, there's a shortage and the demand is high. Morehouse School of Medicine Pediatrician & Assistant Professor Dr. Ebba K. Ebba tells Rose how the antibodies work and why the government is changing the way COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatments will be distributed in the United States, including Georgia.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Marketplace All-in-One
Monoclonal antibody treatments help with COVID-19, but not without a cost

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 7:35


On the COVID-19 front, monoclonal antibody treatments have increased in both supply and demand, but there are plenty of costs to consider. Getting treatment can not only get pricey, but it can also thin out resources. There’s also the question of availability. In China, property giant Evergrande is about $300 billion in debt, and the deadline to address that debt has come and gone. Is it possible that a bailout could be in the works? There’s been plenty of regulation in store for food delivery apps focused on worker protections, but there are questions about how the app companies might change under this climate. 

Marketplace Morning Report
Monoclonal antibody treatments help with COVID-19, but not without a cost

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 7:35


On the COVID-19 front, monoclonal antibody treatments have increased in both supply and demand, but there are plenty of costs to consider. Getting treatment can not only get pricey, but it can also thin out resources. There’s also the question of availability. In China, property giant Evergrande is about $300 billion in debt, and the deadline to address that debt has come and gone. Is it possible that a bailout could be in the works? There’s been plenty of regulation in store for food delivery apps focused on worker protections, but there are questions about how the app companies might change under this climate. 

Slices of Wenatchee
Wenatchee hospitals running low on monoclonal antibody treatment; A new agreement between Confluence Health and Premera Blue Cross

Slices of Wenatchee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 7:25


Today, monoclonal antibody therapeutic treatment can serve as a short-term boost to the immune system to help the body fight against COVID-19, but locally, it's in short supply. We'll also be talking about the latest news on the agreement between Confluence Health and Premera Blue Cross, as well as The Chelan County PUD's announced that Kirk Hudson has been named as the district's next general manager. Learn more at wenatcheeworld.com Support the show: https://www.wenatcheeworld.com/site/forms/subscription_services/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Around the County with Supervisor Jim Desmond
What is Monoclonal Treatment?

Around the County with Supervisor Jim Desmond

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 20:10


We've heard a lot about monoclonal treatment and the fight against COVID-19, what is it? Today, we had Dr. Jennifer M. Tuteur, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, for the County of San Diego to answer our questions.  Who's eligible? When can you get it? Is it safe? All these questions and more!  If you do develop symptoms and test positive call your doctor or the Monoclonal Regional Antibody Center (619) 685-2500.  Learn more: https://bit.ly/3nXGLd2  

COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19
Ep. 372 - Monoclonal Antibody Treatments, COVID Robot, and Youth Perceptions of COVID Vaccines

COVID NoiseFilter - Doctors Explain the Latest on COVID-19

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 9:55


Today, in episode 372, our expert Infectious Disease and Community Medicine doctors discuss the latest on COVID-19. We talk about how monoclonal antibody treatments work, how scientists in Indonesia have built a robot for the pandemic, and what young people think of the COVID vaccines. As always, join us for all the COVID-19 information you need, explained in clear terms by health experts. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noisefilter/message

Inside West Virginia Politics
COVID-19 treatments, telehealth and drug prices on this week's Inside West Virginia Politics

Inside West Virginia Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 21:48


New COVID-19 treatment available in Kanawha CountyIn Segment 1, Dr. Sherri Young, DO, FAAFO, is the Health Officer at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department. She's discussing the latest on COVID-19 in West Virginia, including the health department offering a new treatment for the virus.KCHD is offering monoclonal antibody clinics in addition to their free COVID-19 vaccination and testing clinic. Monoclonal antibodies or mAb are made in a laboratory to fight a particular infection, and in this case, the virus that causes COVID-19. These antibodies are then directly administered through therapy to COVID-positive patients with an infusion or shot.Young says this treatment is available with a doctor's recommendation. “There's an increased demand for testing right now because people are positive, they're symptomatic, people need a negative test to go back to school or work. We're still vaccinating, and I hope we are capturing more and more people getting that first and second dose. It's essential that we keep the vaccinations going,” said Young. Dr. Sherri Young urges COVID-19 vaccinationsIn Segment 2, Dr. Sherri Young, DO, FAAFO, is the Health Officer at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, is back to talk about getting children age 12-17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine. 85% of people ages 65 and older have already been fully vaccinated; for people ages 12 years old and older, the number is 60%. Young is also encouraging residents who are immunocompromised to get the booster shot. Remote patient monitoring now available in West VirginiaIn Segment 3, Traci Quillen, Vice President of Community Wellness Technology Inc. is talking about remote patient monitoring telehealth in West Virginia. She says Community Wellness can provide Bluetooth-enabled devices for patients to utilize in their homes so that physicians can continue monitoring patients. “We have the ability to provide Bluetooth-enabled devices for patients to utilize in their homes; that way physicians can continue monitoring patients,” said Quillen. For more information about telehealth, visit the Community Wellness website. Prescription drug price transparency in West VirginiaIn Segment 4, JB McCuskey, West Virginia's State Auditor, discusses the politics of drug prices in West Virginia. Earlier this week, McCuskey held a press conference with AARP about reducing the prices of prescription drugs for senior citizens.The State Auditor is in partnership with AARP to post prices and information about prescription drugs, including costs to produce, current drug prices, and why some prices are increasing as well as a list of drugs that have increased in price, drugs that have lost their patent rights, and the costs related to research and development. 

The Charlie Kirk Show
Ask Charlie Anything 80: China on the Verge of Collapse? Biden Blocks Lifesaving Monoclonal Treatments? Sarah Silverman's National Divorce?

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 36:45


Charlie takes the questions you email him at Freedom@CharlieKirk.com on this 80th episode of Ask Charlie Anything.  Is China on the verge of a financial collapse? On an underreported story, China's mega developer Evergrande is teetering on the edge of default and the ramifications could go global. Should Biden be impeached for blocking states like Florida from half of its monoclonal order in a move that reeks of partisan payback? Finally, Charlie gives his take on the concept of a "national divorce" after comedian Sara Silverman floats the idea of a "breakup" on her podcast.   Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sandy Rios in the Morning
Monoclonal Antibody Treatment Reductions in Florida and Other States, Cathy Trauernicht Discusses J6 Rally At US Capitol, and Vaccine Kills More People Than They Save

Sandy Rios in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 54:15


The Hannity Monologues
The Monoclonal Antibody Treatment

The Hannity Monologues

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 13:57


Regeneron for months has created a monoclonal antibody treatment as a therapeutic to treat those who contract Covid-19.  This treatment has shown much promise and now has become political by the Biden Administration when the politics should be taken out of it. 

MITW Podcast
COVID-19 Q&A 9-17-21

MITW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 11:20


On episode 80 of the MITW Podcast, I spoke to Vaughn Bowles, the Public Information Officer, regarding updates and questions about COVID-19. Topics for discussion included: local case numbers for the week, Biden's vaccine mandate, RegenCov, and the Mu variant. Monoclonal antibodies https://www.fda.gov/drugs/drug-safety-and-availability/fda-authorizes-regen-cov-monoclonal-antibody-therapy-post-exposure-prophylaxis-prevention-covid-19 https://www.fda.gov/media/145611/download Mu Varianthttps://covid.cdc.gov/covid-data-tracker/#variant-proportionsIntroduction Music by Wade Fernandez, Menominee Language by Ron Corn Jr. Email your questions or topic suggestions to podcast@mitw.org

Drew Berquist Live
Biden Denies Florida Critical Supplies, Let's Get This Break-up Over With | Booze & Banter | Ep 253

Drew Berquist Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 59:30


In yet another bold and partisan move, Joe Biden and the White House are now limiting distribution of Monoclonal antibodies to Florida and other red states in a clear attack on those who refuse to go along with the Democrat narrative. Plus, it's Booze & Banter Friday and Drew takes your questions. Help Drew's Translator Shafi Get Assimilated in America! https://givesendgo.com/shafi LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. **Donate directly to Drew and the show and be mentioned as a producer**: https://www.drewberquist.com/support/ Partner Links: Visit our friends at https://www.thinbluelinetv.com/ to get great news commentary and content on our nation's law enforcement community. Show Sponsors and Fan Discounts: My Pillow - Get the best night's sleep of your life and save! Use Promo Code DREW to save up to 66% off your purchase at https://MyPillow.com Mammoth Nation Become a member and save at https://mammothnation.com/ UFM Underwear Visit https://ufmunderwear.com/ and Use Promo Code DREW to receive $6 off! Red Beach Nation Whether you live at the beach, are traveling to one or just want to imagine yourself there…Red Beach's comfy patriotic apparel is sure to lift your spirits. Use promo code DREW and save 10% at https://RedBeachNation.com

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Dr. Nan Hayworth - 9.17.21 Hour 2

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 38:38


Dr. Nan Hayworth joins Grace to discuss Monoclonal therapeutics, the "science" behind masking kids, and general Covid Craziness. Plus, Grace agrees with Bill Maher -- again...

The Howie Carr Radio Network
Joe Biden's Monoclonal Therapeutic 'Equity' - 9.17.21 Hour 1

The Howie Carr Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 38:53


The Biden Administration is trying to control Monoclonal therapeutic drugs so Ron DeSantis can't have what he needs. Also, San Francisco Mayor London Breed is the the latest Covid Hypocrite, maskless in a Jazz Club.

The Dale Jackson Show
Yaffee and State Sen. Sam Givhan discuss monoclonal antibody distributions being regulated by the Federal Government to seemingly punish red States, and prison reform as the ticket item for the upcoming special session - 9-17-21

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 12:35


The Dale Jackson Show
Yaffee guest hosting for Dale discusses Jen Psaki's response to monoclonal antibody distributions being reduced and rationed in Alabama by the Federal Government in the name of "equity" - 9-17-21

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 4:21


Kate Dalley Radio
091521 SHORT 13 MIN MonoClonal Antib And DARPA Susan And Kate

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 17:11


091521 SHORT 13 MIN MonoClonal Antib And DARPA Susan And Kate by Kate Dalley

Kate Dalley Radio
091521 Susan Aussie Euthanasia; Newsom; Monoclonal ;911 Book; DARPA

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 46:19


091521 Susan Aussie Euthanasia; Newsom; Monoclonal ;911 Book; DARPA by Kate Dalley

RNZ: Morning Report
Covid-19: 'Gamechanger' medicine not approved for NZ

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 3:50


The government is being asked to hurry up and buy a type of drug that can fire up the immune system of people already sick from Covid-19. Different from vaccines, Monoclonal antibodies boost immunity to help prevent symptoms from getting serious. Already approved in Europe, the US and Australia, they are being labelled a "gamechanger" for at-risk populations. In July, the Ministry of Health referenced one type as promising but as yet there's been no approval from Medsafe and no buying by Pharmac. Jordan Bond reports.

The Medical Association of Georgia's 'Top Docs' Show
Monoclonal Antibody Treatment for COVID-19

The Medical Association of Georgia's 'Top Docs' Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 21:04


The latest edition of the Medical Association of Georgia's (MAG) ‘Top Docs' show addresses monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19, and it features Danny Branstetter, M.D., and Joseph Havlik, M.D., who are MAG members and infectious disease specialists with the Wellstar Health System.  

The Joe Padula Show
• COVID-19 hospitalizations in Florida drop more than 20% in the past two weeks because of monoclonal antibody

The Joe Padula Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 58:34


• COVID-19 hospitalizations in Florida drop more than 20% in the past two weeks because of monoclonal antibody • All this and so much more on The Joe Padula Show, absolutely. Make sure to Subscribe, hit the notification bell, click Like, leave your comments and definitely help us out by sharing this video in your timelines or groups. • Become a monthly Supporter of Free Speech for exclusive content, videos and merchandise https://www.facebook.com/theJoePadulashow/support Lawyer Wayne, know your rights, know your options. https://www.lawyerwayne.com/ O'Connor's Irish Pub and Grill – Eat, Drink, Play https://www.facebook.com/oconnorsfun Waterdogs SCUBA & Safety – Get away and Go Dive https://www.waterdogs-scuba.com/ Oak Grove Racing, Gaming & Hotel https://www.oakgrovegaming.com/ Art Link Clarksville https://www.artlinkclarksville.com/ #TalkRadio #JoePadula #Veterans #FtCampbell #Comedy #LocalNews #Nashville #Clarksville #Absolutely #PartyWithaPurpose #Tennessee #TheJoePadulaShow #officeNOWClarksville #iHeartRadio --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joe-padula/support

The Highwire with Del Bigtree
IS MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY TREATMENT SAVING LIVES?

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 18:55


Covid-19 treatments have been a hotbed of controversy since the onset of the pandemic, but monoclonal antibody treatment seems to be the only regiment for #Covid19 patients that health officials, doctors, and people on all sides can agree on. Texas doctor, Richard Bartlett, MD, who saved countless lives with his steroid Budesonide protocol, shares his experience with Regeneron and how it may be a viable lifeboat.

Down There Aware
Coming Back from COVID

Down There Aware

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 32:26


Coming Back from COVID Alex and Mary return this week after several weeks of hiatus, recovering from Covid-19. They discuss how they were infected, the ongoing recovery process, and their gratitude. This episode is a bit crazy at times, getting back in the saddle was rough! Buckle up! Listen on our website, www.downthereaware.com/podcast, or wherever you get your podcasts. Episode Highlights Welcome back! [0:40] Bobby Bowden, DADGUMMIT [0:53] September [1:43] Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month #GCAM2021 [2:55] Wear Purple Day, September 20 [3:10] The rest of the story [3:39] We got Covid! [3:54] Break-through cases [4:25] 5/15 infected [5:43] Delta variant [6:00] Rapid and PCR tests [9:02] Pulse Oximeter [10:53] Loss of taste/smell [12:00] Alex, the super-taster [12:19] Quarantine [13:15] Covid, diabetes, or HCM? [17:57] A-fib [19:30] Kardia Mobile [20:37] Extreme fatigue [23:05] Brain fog [23:55] Monoclonal antibody infusion [24:22] We missed our listeners! [26:03] Gratitude [26:47] Responsibility to others [27:23] False negative test results [27:28] Back in the groove [29:09] Covid's impact on other procedures[30:10] Thanks for listening! [31:38] Stay Connected Email Us: downthereaware@gmail.com Instagram:@downthereaware Facebook: Down There Aware Twitter: @downthereaware Pinterest: Down There Aware TikTok: Down There Aware Links Mentioned in the Episode https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diagnostics/21462-covid-19-and-pcr-testing https://www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/coronavirus-covid-19-update-fda-authorizes-additional-monoclonal-antibody-treatment-covid-19 https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/atrial-fibrillation/symptoms-causes/syc-20350624 https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/variants/delta-variant.html?s_cid=11512:delta%20variant:sem.ga:p:RG:GM:gen:PTN:FY21 #Podcast #Spotify #Anchor #research #advocacy #advancedimaging #diagnosis #women #womenshealth #gynecology #health #mother #daughter #covid #falsenegative #monoclonalantibodyinfusion #vaccination #PCR #breakthrough #pulseox #deltavariant #quarantine #GCAM2021 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Daily Dive
WEEKEND EDITION- Thousands of Afghan Refugees Need to Be Resettled, Demand for Ivermectin and Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Surge

The Daily Dive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 26:08


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Reopening America
Demand for Monoclonal Antibody Treatments Has Skyrocketed

Reopening America

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 9:26


We have seen the demand for Covid-19 monoclonal antibody treatments skyrocket in the last few weeks. Some states have set up infusion centers where patients can get the treatment and are also passing rules where you can get it without a doctor's prescription. Karen Weintraub, health reporter at USA Today, joins us for how this underutilized treatment is gaining traction. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.
OB Monoclonal Antibody Use

Dr. Chapa’s Clinical Pearls.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 11:54


Available mAbs are directed against a large number of antigens and used for the treatment of immunologic diseases, reversal of drug effects, and cancer therapy. Now of course they are also being used against COVID-19. As these are IgG based, is the use of monoclonal antibodies allowed in pregnancy? What is the ACOG/SMFM position statement? In this session, we will review the latest data regarding monoclonal antibody use in the OB patient.

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More
An Experimental Birth Control Attacks Sperm Like a Virus

WIRED Science: Space, Health, Biotech, and More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 9:08


Monoclonal antibodies have been touted for their potential to fight off infections like Covid-19. Could they be used as contraceptives, too?

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST: 08.31 - Dr. Lilly on Monoclonal Antibody Treatments

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 39:50


Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: President Biden met with the families of service members killed in last week's terror attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, over the weekend, but some of the attendees report that the meetings did not go as planned. Many reported that the meeting was shallow, scripted, and Biden spent more time talking about himself than listening to the families. A majority of U.S. voters say President Biden is doing a “poor” job handling the crisis in Afghanistan, and they believe Americans will be left behind after the August 31 deadline, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Monday found. ALSO -  Dr. John Lilly joins Nick Reed this morning: The Springfield-News Leader wrote a piece about monoclonal antibody treatments. Nick invites Dr. John Lilly to talk about this. San Diego's Democrat-controlled county board of supervisors will consider an agenda item Wednesday that would declare "health misinformation a public health crisis" and enact measures to try to "combat" posts that counter the county's official positions on the coronavirus.

Get Healthy Alabama
21-33 Questions Regarding… Hydroxychloroquine, Ivermectin, Azithromycin, Budesonide, and Monoclonal Antibody Infusions

Get Healthy Alabama

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 16:15


Episode 21:33 - Questions Regarding… Hydroxychlorquine, Ivermectin, Azithromycin, Budesonide, and Monoclonal Antibody Infusions Knowledge is power.   So powerful, it can save your life.   Never has this been more true with than with the current treatment of severe Covid cases.   You see, research is suggesting that the best treatments for Covid may NOT be the ones you are being offered at your local hospital.   Yet, most people don't know that.   Why not?   (The answer will make you mad)   More importantly...   WHAT are these treatments?   On this week's episode of the Get Healthy Alabama podcast (now available!) we answer that question.   Specifically we discuss the following five potential treatments for Covid:   1) Hydroxychloroquine 2) Ivermectin 3) Azithromycin 4) Budesonide 5) Monoclonal Antibody Infusions   Learning about these treatments gives you knowledge... and power.   Power to help you become an active participant should you or a loved one require medical care for Covid.   Power that may save a life! Give this episode a good listen as it contains some valuable information. Then, please be kind enough to share it with a friend. ———————- Want to go deeper into this episode, and all future episodes? Sign up for our daily emails. Simply visit: GetHealthyAlabama.com Once there, download the “Symptom Survey” and you will automatically added to our email list. ———————- Also, if you haven't already, we'd appreciate it if you'd subscribe to the podcast, leave a comment and give us a rating. (Thanks!!!) 

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KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Hour 2 - Gov. Abbott, Regeneron's Monoclonal Antibody Treatment, & More On The Newsom Recall

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 36:17


Gov. Abbott of Texas has tested positive for COVID-19 and will receive Regeneron's monoclonal antibody treatment. The City of Fresno has announced that the Council Chambers will be closed to the public until further notice out of an abundance of caution due to the current local spread of the Delta Variant. Listeners comment. Keep an eye out for your ballot coming in the mail for the recall election 9/14. A "yes" vote means you want Gov. Newsom removed from office. If the majority vote to recall the governor, he will have to vacate the office by 10/22 and his replacement will be sworn in.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AMDA ON-THE-GO
CMDA | MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY TREATMENTS

AMDA ON-THE-GO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 28:22


Presenters: Travis Neill PA-C, Assistant Medical Director with Vivage Senior Living Clay Watson MD, Infectious Disease Physician and Regional Medical Director with Optum Greg Gahm MD, Chief Medical Officer and multi-facility medical director with Vivage Senior Living Colorado Journal Club this month will be conducted by Dr. Clay Watson presenting an update on treatment of Covid followed by Travis Neill updating us in regard to the recently approved Alzheimers Drug, Aducanumab. Aducanumab Statement Aducanumab Word document MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY UPDATE 7/23/21 Word document No More Bam Bam Abs 6/21 Word document Omnicare Monoclonal Antibody Update Word document Rx Mgmt of Nonhosp Adults w COVID Word document   Recorded: August 5, 2021 Available Credit 0.25 CMD-Clinical

Real Coffee with Scott Adams
Episode 1459 Scott Adams: News, Persuasion and Coffee

Real Coffee with Scott Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 39:54


My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a Find my "extra" content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com Content: Governor DeSantis, a G-Rated President Trump Emergency Use Vaccine vs FDA approved vaccine Slow vaccination rate = end of civilization? STILL no widely available rapid testing? Monoclonal antibody shots whacks COVID CA recall election, vote-by-mail ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you would like to enjoy this same content plus bonus content from Scott Adams, including micro-lessons on lots of useful topics to build your talent stack, please see scottadams.locals.com for full access to that secret treasure. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/scott-adams00/support

Coffee With Scott Adams
Episode 1459 Scott Adams: News, Persuasion and Coffee

Coffee With Scott Adams

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 39:55


My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a Find my “extra” content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com Content: Governor DeSantis, a G-Rated President Trump Emergency Use Vaccine vs FDA approved vaccine Slow vaccination rate = end of civilization? STILL no widely available rapid testing? Monoclonal antibody shots whacks COVID CA recall election, vote-by-mail If you would […] The post Episode 1459 Scott Adams: News, Persuasion and Coffee appeared first on Scott Adams' Blog.

The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson
Episode 139: Mandatory COVID Vaccinations

The Paradocs Podcast with Eric Larson

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2021 47:56


  Today we're going to wade into the uncomfortable land of mandatory vaccinations for COVID. You're already seeing these spring up in hospital systems, federal work forces, and universities.There's a lot to understand with these and I only offer my own perspective while hopefully acknowledging accurately my own biases to help you better understand the topic. We will review some science, the underlying political tension, and my conclusions. For the foundations of knowledge that you should have I'd recommend you read/listen to the following episodes: Moving from pandemic to epidemic Is myocarditis in COVID a really big problem? Understanding PCR Vitamin D and it's role in COVID The ethics of a vaccine passport Independence Day from COVID - June 1, 2021. Why we shouldn't ignore natural immunity Don't sweat the variants and explanations of how the immune system works. COVID is Real and Vaccines Work We need to start our discussion with some facts. SARS-CoV-2 is a virus that causes COVID-19. It is a potentially deadly disease that preferentially causes mortality in the elderly and frail. Young adults are relatively spared from the worst effects although on very rare occasions they can get seriously ill from COVID. For most though, COVID is somewhere along the spectrum of asymptomatic to mild/moderate disease rarely requiring hospitalization. Fortunately, children are almost entirely spared from the worst parts of the disease and rarely get very sick. Likewise, the mRNA vaccines are extremely effective at preventing people from getting severe disease requiring hospitalizations and death. That's why you see a disconnect now in many countries where even though people may get infected, they don't get severely ill.  We've Figured out a Little with Treatment We've figured out a few treatments that work like avoiding ventilators, prone positioning, early dexamethasone for hospitalized patients. Monoclonal antibodies seem to help. Most other treatments are anecdotal or unproven at this time. We Still Don't Know a lot Just as we have learned a lot about COVID, there is still a lot we do not understand. We don't know how to limit its spread outside of massively restrictive policies like those seen in communist China and the island nations of New Zealand and Australia. Rolling house arrest lockdowns and almost total bans on travel have been the only government policies which have mitigated the spread of the virus. Mask mandates, economic lockdowns, and travel restrictions have shown zero correlation with the spread of the virus. There are also a lot of confounding factors making it almost impossible to prove any specific measure works or doesn't work as we've seen the virus indiscriminately affect every state and country on a timeline of its own. Tension Between Freedom or Bodily Autonomy and the Protection of Others The current debate with the mandatory use of vaccinations centers on the tension between our freedom to do as we wish with our bodies (refuse medical care, exercise or don't exercise, etc.) and the concern that if we carry an infectious agent we could unintentionally harm others by getting them infected. This is where the debate really stands and I believe it is necessary to look at the real risk, the locations for the risk, and the costs. We can't make decisions on our policy without taking those factors into account. As I stated before in episode 127, there is no reason why any adult in the US should be at risk for COVID because they have now had months to get a vaccine if they do not already have natural immunity from an infection (est. ~30% of Americans). Therefore, it would be unreasonable to require people to go to extreme measures in order to protect those who chose not to protect themselves. If the vaccine were not very effective, then we might have a different argument but when one is vaccinated, they are almost assuredly safe from serious illness. If someone is still concerned, they always have the option of avoiding social contact  but others should not have to bow to their risk assessments. This would be more difficult if children were highly vulnerable because they are not yet allowed to get the vaccine. But despite the higher infection rates because of the newer variants, they still show no higher signs of significant disease than April of 2020. Again, the threat to children is almost negligible so those who find that level of risk too high can certainly find alternatives to getting by in life to avoid that small risk until a vaccine is out. Where is it OK to Mandate Vaccines? I definitely believe because COVID is mostly harmless to those vaccinated or who have natural immunity there is no reason to have any sort of mandatory vaccinations for most people. This means also that 'nudging' is not ok whereby the government restricts people and their ability to travel, earn a living, or leave their home. This soft house arrest or removing a means for supporting yourself financially is repugnant and should not be tolerated. That said, I do believe it is reasonable for some places to have mandatory vaccinations (or more accurately, immunity). Although it is unreasonable for those rare people who are immunocompromised to restrict the lives or most or to inject medications in their bodies against their will, it is probably reasonable for people who are most at risk to be able to safely get care when they are sick. These are places which can't be avoided by the sick and an extra level of safety is probably a reasonable expectation. SARS-CoV-2 just won't go away and the controversy keeps us fighting each other. Now some are calling for mass mandatory vaccinations. show notes Episode 139: Today's show Advice Media: Today's sponsor and a sister show on the Doctor Podcast Network hosted by Care Cloud that will give you a free assessment of your practice business. Doctor Podcast Network: The home for the Paradocs and a number of other physician based podcasts. Top 20 Physicians Podcasts Made Simply Web Site Creations: This is the great, affordable website service that built my wife's podcast site. I cannot recommend this company more to someone looking for creating a website. Always Andy's Mom: Home of my wife, Marcy's, podcast for parents grieving or those looking to help them. YouTube for Paradocs: Here you can watch the video of my late son singing his solo on the Paradocs YouTube page. Patreon - Become a show supporter today and visit my Patreon page for extra bonus material. Every dollar raised goes towards the production and promotion of the show.    

DKBmed Radio
7/7/2021 - Delta Variant

DKBmed Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 14:19


Dr. Paul Auwaerter discusses the COVID-19 Delta variant. Topics: *How dangerous is the Delta variant *Mutations that make the Delta variant concerning *Does mRNA immunization impact fertility? *Is ivermectin an effective COVID-19 treatment? *Monoclonal antibodies that are effective against the Delta variant Post-test for CME/CE credit: https://covid19.dkbmed.com/multispecialty/7-7-21-episode/eval Access our resource center, download webinar slides, and claim credit at https://covid19.dkbmed.com/multispecialty Presenting faculty: Paul G. Auwaerter, MD, MBA, FIDSAPast President of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA)Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Stateside from Michigan Radio
Monoclonal antibody use booms in Michigan

Stateside from Michigan Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 12:48


Maybe you’ve seen the phrase: monoclonal antibodies. It’s a treatment doctors use to keep their COVID-19 patients out of the hospital. Pharmaceutical companies are running more ads for them now, too. Just a few months ago, the Michigan’s state health department practically couldn’t give this stuff away. They even had to stash some of their surplus in a warehouse. Now the state’s seen a 300% surge in usage. Today It’s an interesting case study for why sometimes the best medicine doesn’t make it to the front lines very quickly-- even when there are a lot of people who need it.  GUEST: Kate Wells, Michigan Radio reporter   Looking for more conversations from Stateside? Right this way. If you like what you hear on the pod, consider supporting our work. Stateside’s theme music is by 14KT. Additional music by Blue Dot Sessions. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Primary Care Pod
New Treatment for Alzheimer's? Monoclonal Antibody Time!

Primary Care Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 13:42


Does it work? GUESS YOU'LL HAVE TO LISTEN TO FIND OUT?

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall
CoVid Survivor Support Group

Dr. Howard Smith Oncall

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2021 1:00


  Vidcast:  https://youtu.be/cRmvogT-Dzo   CoVid survivors and CoVid long-haulers have banded together with healthcare experts to form Survivor Corps.  This more than 150,000 large and growing grassroots organization, online at survivorcorps.com, provides psychological and educational support for CoVid victims and their families.   The website is a single resource for all things CoVid.  What to do if you think you have it.  Steps to take if you just tested positive for Covid. When and how to get free monoclonal antibody that, if timely, could save your life.  State-by-state post-CoVid care for those with continuing symptoms.   There are links to live and recorded CoVid webinars.  And…info is available in English and Spanish.  Check this out!   https://www.survivorcorps.com   #CoVid #monoclonal #antibodies #support #longhauler  

AMDA ON-THE-GO
FMDA | COVID-19 Impact: Monoclonal Antibody Use in PALTC

AMDA ON-THE-GO

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 45:53


Special Guests: Corinne Bishop, RN, CRRN, CRNI; Christopher Lemelle, MD, MBA Hosted by: Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD Join special guests, Christopher Lemelle, MD, MBA; Corinne Bishop, RN, CRRN, CRNI; and our host Diane Sanders-Cepeda, DO, CMD; for this episode of FMDA's Journal Club, COVID-19 Impact: Monoclonal Antibody Use in PALTC. Our learning objectives for this session were: Review current perspective and current research related to the use of monoclonal antibodies Discuss operational considerations when starting this treatment program in PALTC facilities Describe the challenges and opportunities seen statewide and nationally with the delivery of this treatment in PALTC facilities Recorded: February 24, 2021 Click here to access the PowerPoint Slides Available Credit: 0.25 CMD-Clinical

Modern Practice Podcast
Monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19 – Part 3

Modern Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 7:34


In Part 3 of this series on monoclonal antibody therapies for COVID-19, our expert panel continues their discussion on concerns about the efficacy and distribution of these treatment options. They respond to the FDA’s recent Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for monoclonal antibodies.   Guest speakers: Azra Behlim, PharmD, MBA Senior Director Pharmacy Sourcing and Program Services  Vizient Stacy Lauderdale, PharmD Senior Director Drug Information Vizient Steve Rudner, PharmD, MS Director Pharmacy Network Contracting Vizient   Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Associate Vice President Clinical Resources Vizient   Show Notes: [00:37] Identifying the right patients – best practices [03:10] The access challenge [05:54] Plenty of availability [06:10] COVID vaccination and use of monoclonal antibody therapy [06:37] Post-infusion management   Links | Resources: Press release and information from FDA Click here Information from FDA on EUA for monoclonal antibody therapy Click here ASPR’s portfolio of COVID-19 medical countermeasures (HHS site) Click here [ For more information, contact: ASPRstakeholder@HHS.gov ] JAMA article: “An EUA for Bamlanivimab—A Monoclonal Antiboey for COVID-19” (Dec. 11, 2020) Click here   Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Spotify Android Google Podcasts Stitcher RSS Feed  

Modern Practice Podcast
Monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19 – Part 2

Modern Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 12:35


Last November, the FDA released an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the use of monoclonal antibody therapy for adult and pediatric patients with mild to moderate COVID-19. Currently, there is some confusion about the availability and access issues to these treatment options. In this episode, part two of a three-part series, we will address questions and concerns about the distribution and availability of these therapies. Guest speakers:Azra Behlim, PharmD, MBASenior DirectorPharmacy Sourcing and Program Services Vizient Steve Rudner, PharmD, MSDirectorPharmacy Network ContractingVizient Moderator:Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHMAssociate Vice PresidentClinical ResourcesVizient Show Notes:[02:05] Access to the monoclonal antibody therapies[03:51] No lack of supply[05:07] Infusion options[09:59] Misconceptions and challenges around distribution[11:40] Every idea worth exploring Links | Resources:Press release and information from FDA Click hereInformation from FDA on EUA for monoclonal antibody therapy Click hereASPR’s portfolio of COVID-19 medical countermeasures (HHS site) Click here[ For more information, contact: ASPRstakeholder@HHS.gov ]JAMA article: “An EUA for Bamlanivimab—A Monoclonal Antiboey for COVID-19” (Dec. 11, 2020) Click here Subscribe Today!Apple PodcastsSpotifyAndroidGoogle PodcastsStitcherRSS Feed 

Mayo Clinic Q&A
Tackling the latest COVID-19 topics

Mayo Clinic Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 36:10


Medical research reveals new information about COVID-19 daily. While scientists and medical experts focus on virus spread, new variants, improved therapeutic treatments and more, it's sometimes difficult for the public to keep up with evolving information. In this Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Gregory Poland, an infectious diseases expert and head of Mayo Clinic's Vaccine Research Group, helps by answering a number of common questions and addressing these COVID-19 topics: Antibody tests after having a COVID-19 vaccine. Monoclonal antibodies. COVID-19 variants. Side effects, especially after the second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinating children and attending school in person. Whether COVID-19 vaccines an be interchanged. Mask-wearing recommendations. Appearance of long-hauler symptoms are more often in women. Pregnant, breastfeeding mothers and the COVID-19 vaccines.

Modern Practice Podcast
Monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19 – Part 1

Modern Practice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 9:12


COVID-19 vaccines have dominated the headlines. Not garnering the same attention, but just as important, is last November’s US Food and Drug Administration Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) allowing monoclonal antibody therapy for adult and pediatric patients with mild to moderate COVID-19. This episode, beginning a three-part series on this treatment option, will address questions and concerns about the administration of monoclonal antibody therapy. Guest speaker:Stacy Lauderdale, PharmDSenior DirectorDrug InformationVizient Moderator:Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHMAssociate Vice PresidentClinical ResourcesVizient Show Notes:[01:05] Science behind the treatment[02:09] Evidence is compelling but hypothesis-generating[03:43] Choosing an option[04:37] Role of COVID testing[04:52] Inclusion and exclusion factors[06:17] Risk of anaphylaxis[06:54] Social determinants for treatment[07:44] Patient risk factors Links | Resources:Press release and information from FDA Click hereInformation from FDA on EUA for monoclonal antibody therapy Click hereASPR’s portfolio of COVID-19 medical countermeasures (HHS site) Click here[ For more information, contact: ASPRstakeholder@HHS.gov ]JAMA article: “An EUA for Bamlanivimab—A Monoclonal Antiboey for COVID-19” (Dec. 11, 2020) Click here Subscribe Today!Apple PodcastsSpotifyAndroidGoogle PodcastsStitcherRSS Feed 

Coronavirus 4 1 1  podcast
Coronavirus news, updates, hotspots and information for 12-23-2020

Coronavirus 4 1 1 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2020 5:04


This is Coronavirus 411, the latest COVID-19 info and new hotspots… Just the facts… for December 23rd, 2020. The CEO of BioNTech says they’re confident its vaccine does work against the new UK variant, but more studies are needed. Also there is no indication yet the new mutation causes more serious illness.Still, this new variant is having an impact on other nations. France is letting traffic from the UK back in if drivers have a recent negative test. Three flights from the UK landed in Mumbai yesterday and so far, 15 passengers were found to have the new strain. One nation not imposing screenings for passengers from Britain, the United States. Last week in the United States, someone died from COVID-19 every 33 seconds. More than 18,000 lives in seven days and up 6.7% from the prior week according to Reuters. And hospitals are preparing for more as people continue to holiday travel; 3.2 million people were screened at U.S. airports Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.There is now no longer any continent in the world that doesn’t have Covid-19. Antarctica has recorded its first case after 36 people tested positive on a Chilean research base.Here’s what’s not in demand. Monoclonal antibody drugs for treating Covid-19. Federal officials are disappointed the drugs they've distributed across the country aren't being used. The drugs are to prevent those testing positive from getting worse. Hospitals are saying it’s too cumbersome to use these medicines.Here’s what is increasingly in demand. The vaccine. Americans' willingness to take it is increasingly jumping. A USA TODAY poll showed 46% willing to take it as soon as they can. That's close to double the 26% who said that in late October. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Bent, CO. Alfalfa, OK. Guadalupe, NM. Crowley, CO. Lassen, CA. Culberson, TX. Perry, TN. Dawson, MT. Lawrence, IL. And Perry, IL. There are now 7,408,707 active cases in the United States. The current Top 10 states by number of active cases: California, Florida, New York, Arizona, Illinois, Virginia, Texas, Missouri, Georgia, and Colorado. The five states with the most daily new cases per capita over 7 days are Tennessee, Rhode Island, California, Alabama, and Arizona.The reproduction rate is currently highest in Oklahoma, Maine, New Hampshire, West Virginia, and California. The states with the lowest reproduction rate are Alaska, New Jersey, Washington, North Dakota, and Wyoming.There’ve been a total 322,585 deaths in the US reported as COVID-related, with a current national fatality rate of 1.79%.The states with the most new deaths reported as COVID-related: California 365. Pennsylvania 227. Texas 214. Michigan 189. Missouri 174. New York 154. Arizona 153. Illinois 144. Indiana 143. And Tennessee 133. Globally, there are 21,514,917 active cases.There were 552,680 new cases around the world in the last 24 hours against a high of 748,974 reported on December 11. The five countries with the most new cases: the United States 199,080. Brazil 55,799. The U.K. 36,804. Russia 28,776. And India 23,886. There have now been 1,715,815 deaths reported as Covid-related worldwide. Up 3% over 14 days. For the latest updates, subscribe for free to Coronavirus 411 on your podcast app or ask your smart speaker to play the Coronavirus 411 podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.