"In the airport it's a bit scary, it's almost like a hospital that was treating COVID patients in the second wave."
Episode 29: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant and what it says about us as a nation. Next they discuss UFOs and so why many people are obsessed with the question about whether we’re alone in the universe. And in our third segment, they look at a recent study that shows vaccine mandates might not be working as intended. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: "Three cheers for 'Let's Go Brandon," by Marc Thiessen, The Washington Post "What we believe about UFOs," by Harry Reid, The New York Times "See where 12 million U.S. employees are affected by government vaccine mandates," The New York Times About the hosts: Scott Rada is social media manager with Lee Enterprises, and Richard Kyte is the director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The World Health Organization said there were 21 million new coronavirus cases reported globally last week, and health care workers in about half the states face a Thursday deadline to get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Here's some more top news related to the virus.
Moderna announced Wednesday that the first participant has been dosed in the company's Phase 2 clinical trial of a coronavirus vaccine booster shot that is specific to the Omicron variant.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plans to send a clear message to pharmacies on a conference call this week: Stop turning away immune-compromised people when they come seeking fourth doses of Covid-19 vaccines.
Pfizer is enrolling healthy adults to test a reformulated COVID-19 vaccine that matches the hugely contagious omicron variant, to see how it compares with the original shots.
The withdrawal of the emergency temporary standard "does not affect the ETS's continuing status as a proposed rule," a US Department of Labor spokesperson told CNN in a statement.
Veuer’s Lenneia Batiste has more on Pfizer announcement on testing its new Omicron targeted vaccine.
A 31-year-old man in need of a heart transplant in Boston cannot get one because he is not vaccinated against COVID-19. Health experts explain why.
World health officials are offering hope that the ebbing of the omicron wave could give way to a new, more manageable phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Things to know today: State Department orders US families to leave embassy in Ukraine; an anti-vaccine mandate rally in DC; plus, the NFL's epic playoff weekend.
Unvaccinated Texans are 16 times more likely to die from a COVID-19-related illness compared to people fully vaccinated against the virus, acc…
A California proposal would allow children age 12 and up to be vaccinated without their parents' consent, the youngest age of any state.
California would allow children age 12 and up to be vaccinated without their parents' consent, the youngest age of any state, under a proposal…
Three studies released Friday offered more evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are standing up to the omicron variant, at least among people who received booster shots.
A fourth vaccine shot is less effective against Omicron, according to an Israeli study.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Joe Biden’s plan to require that most workers be vaccinated against COVID-19 or u…
A study suggesting cannabis compounds can prevent coronavirus from entering human cells, a huge bump in unemployment claims, and more — here is today's coronavirus news.
At the same time, the court is allowing the administration to proceed with a vaccine mandate for most health care workers in the U.S.