March 23rd, 2021 3-5PM ET
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Krispy Kreme will give you a free doughnut every day this year — if you’ve been vaccinated In case you needed another reason to get your , Krispy Kreme is sweetening the deal — it’s giving free doughnuts to anyone with proof of vaccination, all year long. Starting Monday, any customer with a valid COVID-19 vaccination card will receive a free Original Glazed doughnut at participating locations nationwide. The iconic doughnut shop specifies that any guests who have received at least one of the two shots of the or vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine qualify for the promotion. All you need to show is your vaccination card to redeem your doughnut — a vaccine sticker is not. And it’s not just a one-time offer. Vaccinated individuals can go back every single day and continue getting free doughnuts through all of 2021. In a press release, Krispy Kreme also said it plans to support health care workers and volunteers who are administering vaccines by delivering free doughnuts to vaccination centers across the country in the coming weeks. To continue encouraging company safety, it is also giving employees up to four hours of paid time off to get the vaccine.
Widening political rift in U.S. may threaten science, medicine The lightning speed with which scientists developed and tested the COVID-19 vaccine is a true scientific triumph — one that would not have been possible without the more than 70,000 volunteers who participated in clinical trials of the vaccine.Public participation is critical to the success of any medical research. Yet recruiting volunteers for trials is increasingly challenging. New research from Washington University in St. Louis suggests the widening ideological gap in the U.S. may contribute to these challenges. Researchers found evidence that Americans approach opportunities to contribute to medical research with either a general aversion or an inclination to participate. This research concludes that propensity is driven, at least in part, by political ideology.While much attention has been given to Black people’s distrust in the medical system and research in particular, the current study — published in Scientific Reports — is the first to demonstrate the effect of political ideology on willingness to trust science and participate in medical research.”Our research shows that conservatives are less willing to participate in medical research than are liberals. This difference is due, in part, to ideological differences in trust in science,” said Matthew Gabel, professor of political science in Arts & Sciences.
AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Trial Data Questioned By Safety Board A safety board overseeing AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine trial is raising concerns about the company’s data. In an unusual post-midnight statement, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases said the Data and Safety Monitoring Board, which monitors the trial, is concerned that “outdated information” may have been included in the trial results. If the pharmaceutical company did include outdated information from that trial, that could provide an “incomplete view of the efficacy data,” the NIAID said. The Data and Safety Monitoring Board, an independent group within the agency responsible for reviewing clinical studies, also notified other federal health agencies and AstraZeneca directly of its concerns. Later Tuesday, AstraZeneca released a statement saying that its interim analysis was based on data with a “cut off” of Feb. 17 and that it had “reviewed the preliminary assessment of the primary analysis and the results were consistent with the interim analysis.” The company said it expected to release results of its primary analysis within 48 hours. It’s unclear what, if any, impact the NIAID’s announcement could have on a possible future rollout of an AstraZeneca vaccine in the U.S. It’s also still unknown what this news could mean for the vaccine’s alleged efficacy.
Questions of The Day!
Do you have any comments about when a mRNA “Vaccinated” person donates blood, could this contaminate the existing blood supply? How could this affect someone receiving a blood transfusion who has NOT received the mRNA shots?
Hello Robert, First, I would like to say that I recently discovered your radio show and I have really become awakened as a servant of Jesus Christ and a patriot. My number one job is now to pass on to my kids a country that serves our Creator and will in turn serve humanity. The question I would like to ask is: Has any data been presented on the ineffectiveness of mask wearing using the quantitative fit testing equipment? The reason I ask is because of my experience in my place of employment. This machine measures the concentration of particulate in the ambient air compared to particulate inside the mask. The test is performed sitting still, talking and performing simple head movements and the numbers are displayed real time. We test on all masks except the ear loop surgical mask and the only one that is truly acceptable is the SCBA. In my simple logic, what goes in probably goes out too! I would like to add that we got away from using the banana oil smoke test because EVERYONE got irritated through every mask except the SCBA. The new fit testing equipment also relies on burning a candle in the room to create particulate, not sure but I would guess that candle particulate is larger than a virus.
Good Evening RSB, Sadly, everyone around me is falling prey, and getting the MRNA vaccine. Thankfully, my mom is not getting it! I was thinking about the best way to help the body through a cytokine storm. I am thinking lots of selenium, a good turmeric supplement, tart cherry juice, and a non-acidic diet with lots of green leafy vegetables. I am curious what you would do in the event of a cytokine storm?
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Israel, New Zealand OK sale of virus killing nasal spray Israel and New Zealand have given interim approval for the sale of biotech firm SaNOtize Research and Development’s Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray (NONS) which could help prevent transmission of the COVID-19 virus, the company said on Monday. Manufacturing of NONS, under the brand name Enovid, has begun in Israel with SaNOtize’s partner Nextar Chempharma Solutions Ltd and it is expected to be on sale there this summer. In New Zealand, SaNOtize has registered its nasal spray with the New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority, which permits the company to distribute and sell NONS over the counter immediately, the Vancouver-based company said. NONS protects users from viruses that enter the body through the upper nasal pathways. Last week, SaNOtize and Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey, UK announced results of clinical trials showing that NONS was an effective antiviral treatment that could prevent the transmission of COVID-19, shorten its course, and reduce the severity of symptoms and damage in those already infected.