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米ニューヨーク サル痘ワクチンの集団接種会場を3か所開設


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194095853
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米ニューヨーク サル痘ワクチンの集団接種会場を3か所開設
クレジット表記
動画:AFP/アフロ
日付
2022年7月17日
撮影国
アメリカ合衆国
コンテンツカテゴリー
ニュース
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
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H264
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25.00 fps
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219.32 秒
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The New York City Health Department opens three mass vaccination sites providing the monkeypox vaccine. "9,200 appointments went in about seven minutes," says NYC Health Commissioner,Dr. Ashwin Vasan,while speaking to the media at the vaccination site in Bushwick,Brooklyn. "Every gender,every sexuality,every person should be able to get this vaccination right now",says New York resident Leroy Jackson. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES - Dr. Ashwin Vasan,NYC Health Commissioner
- Aidan Baglivo,data analyst and NYC resident
- Nathan Tylutki,actor and LA/NYC resident
- Leroy Jackson,fitness trainer and NYC resident
( Original Title: New York City opens mass monkeypox vaccination sites )
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NEW YORK,STATE OF NEW YORK,UNITED STATESJULY 17,2022SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (01:40)1. Pan right people lined up outside the vaccination site entrance 2. Wide shot people lined up3. Mid shot people waiting in line4. Mid shot people walking 5. Wide shot people waiting in front of the vaccination site door6. Pan right from clinic signs to site entrance7. Close-up entrance sign8. Mid shot clinic signs 9. Wide shot indoor vaccination site 10. Wide shot indoor vaccination site 11. Pan left indoor vaccination site 12. Mid shot tables and vaccination supplies13. Close-up supplies 14. Tilt down from scoreboard to table and supplies 15. Mid shot vaccination supplies16. Mid shot vaccination supplies17. Mid shot supplies and poster on compulsory facemasks18. Close-up poster on compulsory facemasks19. SOUNDBITE 1 - Dr. Ashwin Vasan,NYC Health Commissioner (male,English,14 sec): "As you can see,9,200 appointments went in about seven minutes. So demand is significant. We think we have the technology now to manage that demand. But at the end of the day,it's about supply."20. SOUNDBITE 2 - Dr. Ashwin Vasan,NYC Health Commissioner (male,English,20 sec): "I understand the frustration. We're frustrated with the amount of supply that we have of this vaccine. I described earlier that we're not doing all the appointments through the public-facing booking website because we're trying to take into account the needs of people who might not have the internet."21. SOUNDBITE 3 - Aidan Baglivo,data analyst and NYC resident (male,23 years old,English,27 sec): "It was frustrating largely because especially with Covid,you would think that you would have more of a structured process for vaccine rollout. And there just wasn't really anything. I was able to follow the New York public health Twitter account so I got updates but not everyone knows about that and not everyone has access to all these things. So it's just a frustrating inequitable process."22. SOUNDBITE 4 - Nathan Tylutki,actor and LA/NYC resident (male,42 years old,English,23 sec): "I also think probably the community that is the most affected right now was quicker to get onboard with Covid vaccines as well. I don't think that there's an anti-vax sentiment necessarily in the LGBTQ community because we've seen disease. We know what the AIDS epidemic was like. We know that it's important to be proactive about this kind of things."23. SOUNDBITE 5 - Leroy Jackson,fitness trainer and NYC resident (male,27 years old,English,24 sec): "It is not a gay disease. You cannot have it through gay sex only,you can get this through anywhere: hugging someone,touching someone,just even being in close proximity with someone's fabric. This is something that should be taken for everyone. And I don't mean just Black people,I mean every gender,every sexuality,every person should be able to get this vaccination right now."

///AFP TEXT STORY:
US struggles to meet monkeypox vaccine demandWashington,July 15,2022 (AFP) - The United States,which is forecasting an increase in monkeypox cases in the coming weeks,does not currently have enough vaccines to meet demand,a top health official said Friday.Concern has grown especially in New York,the epicenter of the US outbreak of the virus,with nearly 390 cases counted as of July 14. The United States has seen a total of 1,470 cases.The illness is characterized by lesions on the skin which can appear on the genitals or the mouth and is often accompanied by fever,sore throat and pain in the lymph nodes. It usually clears up on its own but can be extremely painful."I want to acknowledge that at this time the demand for vaccines from jurisdictions is higher than our current available supply," Rochelle Walensky,director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),said. "And we know that this is frustrating.""We don't yet have all the vaccine that we would like in this moment," she told reporters during a press conference,warning that authorities "anticipate an increase in cases in the coming weeks."New York public health authorities were forced to apologize earlier this week when a government website became overwhelmed as thousands tried to log on to book vaccine appointments at once. "Vaccine supply is extremely limited,extremely constrained,all across this country,and especially here in New York," the head of the city's public health department Ashwin Vasan said Thursday.
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In May,when the outbreak began in the United States,there were only 2,000 doses of the Jynneos vaccine the only specifically approved against monkeypox available in the country. Since then,156,000 doses have been distributed nationwide. More than 130,000 doses have been added to the strategic national stockpile and are expected to start being disseminated Monday. The next round of vaccine distribution will prioritize hardest-hit regions first,Walensky said. "I anticipate that there will be a lot more supply for New York City," she added.Furthering shortages,a shipment of 786,000 doses has been stuck in Denmark awaiting inspection from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The review is now complete,according to FDA official Peter Marks,and "we told the manufacturer (Bavarian Nordic) that they may ship the vaccine," he said.Additionally,the US Department of Health and Human Services announced Friday they had ordered another 2.5 million doses of the Jynneos vaccine,set to arrive in 2023. That order follows another made earlier this month,which is expected to arrive later this year. The two-injection vaccine is currently recommended for anyone who has been in close contact with someone infected with monkeypox. For now,the virus is mostly circulating among the LGBTQ community,especially gay and bisexual men.Monkeypox spreads through close physical contact,by touching objects that have previously been handled by an infected person,or by close face-to-face interaction.la/caw/bgs
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