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Coronavirus Q&A: The Next COVID-19 Phase

  • Coronavirus Q&A: The Next COVID-19 Phase

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    Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH of UMN’s Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy discusses the summer rise in US COVID-19 cases, prospects for school reopening and a ‘second wave’ in the Fall, and more. Recorded on June 24, 2020.

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    Topics discussed in this interview:

    0:00 Background on Dr Osterholm
    0:57 Pandemics - is this one different?
    2:15 COVID-19 cases are increasing. What do the upcoming weeks look like?
    7:39 Can social distancing and masking counter this surge in new cases?
    9:40 What do mayors and governors need to do going forward?
    11:23 Masks and social distancing
    13:33 Seasonality of the virus, colleges, and the Fall
    16:40 Masks, distancing, and schools
    19:21 Childhood immunizations
    20:27 Vaccines and immunity
    24:50 The Swedish experiment
    27:05 Brazil and South America
    29:02 PCR and antibody testing
    33:20 Will vaccines be politicized?
    35:27 What are the risks for young, healthy adults in their 30s and 40s?
    39:28 What is the take home message?

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  • Mayo Clinic Q&A: COVID-19 Update 3/30/20

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    On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Gregory Poland, infectious disease expert and head of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, explains the science behind how the coronavirus makes people sick, and what the virus does to the body. Dr. Poland will also discuss the latest information on clinical trials and vaccine research to fight the disease outbreak.

    A novel coronavirus is a new strain that has not been seen before in humans. SARS-Co-V-2 is a novel virus, causing the disease COVID-19. Because COVID-19 is a new disease, much is still being learned about how it spreads and the severity of illness it causes.
    This interview was recorded on Mar. 30, 2020.

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  • Coronavirus: B.C. maintaining “fine balance” in COVID-19 spread as Phase 3 nears | FULL

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    British Columbia’s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said on Tuesday that the latest round of COVID-19 modelling data suggests the province is in a good position to reopen further under Phase 3.

    Henry, alongside Health Minister Adrian Dix, revealed new numbers that showed how the spread of the coronavirus has been going up and how B.C. is trying to hold a “fine balance” to keep rates of transmission down.

    “We do need to be mindful if we go too far, too quickly, we could see rapid rebound in new cases and of course that is what we are trying to prevent,” Henry said.

    The latest figures suggest that British Columbians are operating at a social-interaction rate of around 65 per cent of normal. They will be used to make decisions about moving to Phase 3 under B.C.’s plan to reopen the economy.

    The province also reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, and one new death.

    There were 2,835 confirmed cases of the disease in B.C. as of Tuesday, and the province’s COVID-19 death toll is now at 170.

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  • Coronavirus Q&A: Clinical Update with Carlos del Rio, MD

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    Infectious disease and global health expert Carlos del Rio, MD of Emory University provides an update on the status of the #COVID19 pandemic in summer 2020, prospects for effective treatment and prevention, communicating the ongoing risk to the public, and more. Recorded on June 15, 2020.

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    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Background on Dr del Rio
    0:59 The recommended incubation period for COVID-19 is 14 days. Some have argued it should be 21 days. Can you talk about what the incubation period means?
    2:23 How soon after being exposed to SARS-Cov-2 and developing symptoms for COVID-19 are you infectious?
    4:32 When can you return to work after being infected? What is the 10-day rule?
    5:41 Asymptomatic spread - What percent of individuals who are infected are truly asymptomatic? Is it more common in children or adults?
    7:40 The role of vitamin D
    8:47 Remdesivir
    11:16 Convalescent plasma
    13:13 COVID-19 Vaccines
    15:43 What's happening in Latin American countries?
    18:05 Do you have a sense of what's going on in the US or is it so variable from state to state, it's hard to make an overall comment about the US?
    20:16 What are the bridge treatments assuming that we do not have a successful vaccine in the fall? Is it monoclonal antibodies? Is it hyper immune immunoglobulin? Is it convalescent plasma given earlier?
    23:27 Vaccine hesitancy
    24:08 How do schools reopen?
    26:18 Cloth mask versus surgical masks, which one is better?
    27:09 Can you get reinfected with COVID-19?
    28:13 Zinc and hydroxychloroquine
    30:18 What is the possibility of people developing antibodies to COVID-19 due to infections with other viruses in the family of Coronaviruses?
    30:44 BCG (Bacille Calmette-Guérin) vaccine and Coronavirus
    31:58 Have we lost the message around the need for masking and social distancing?
    35:16 Wearing a mask needs to be the norm, particularly in closed environments or even outside when you're near people.

  • Coronavirus Q&A: Update From the CDC

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    Anne Schuchat, MD, Principal Deputy Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), discusses evolution of CDC guidance and latest developments in the COVID-19 pandemic. Recorded on Friday May 1, 2020.

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    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Introduction
    0:20 Background on Dr Schuchat
    0:53 How is the coronavirus different from the flu?
    2:18 What do you anticipate in the fall? What preparations are the CDC making this summer?
    5:03 What will happen to schools and colleges in the fall. Will the CDC make recommendations?
    7:52 Flu vaccine for the fall - how effective are you predicting it to be?
    9:38 What levels for flu vaccination do we reach in a good year?
    10:25 What is the target level for influenza vaccination?
    11:02 COVID-19 PCR testing
    14:21 How accurate is PCR testing?
    15:58 Do you have to test negative to go back to work?
    19:06 Serology testing
    22:13 How long does immunity last
    23:57 Droplets and aerosolization. What are the patterns of transmission that the CDC is seeing?
    26:08 How should we be testing new COVID-19 vaccines?
    29:21 Do we have the capacity to test, track, trace, and quarantine.
    34:42 What do we know from MERS and SARS that could help with a vaccine?
    36:22 How long do people shed virus? When can people be released from isolation?
    38:07 Consulting with Kate Winslet on the 2011 movie Contagion

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  • Coronavirus question and answers in Hindi | covid 19 disease details

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    Coronavirus question and answers in Hindi | covid 19 disease details - This lecture explains about the most important questions regarding the novel coronavirus and the covid 19 disease. this lecture will answer many questions regarding the novel coronavirus in Hindi. so if you want to know more about the covid 19 disease, watch this video throughly.
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  • The lockdown: One month in Wuhan

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    At 10 a.m. on January 23, Wuhan went into lockdown. This was done to stop a deadly virus from spreading further across the nation. It was one day before Chinese New Year's Eve, a major travel day for people planning to return home for the holidays. This documentary is dedicated to all those who've been battling tirelessly against the COVID-19 virus in order to keep the epidemic at bay. Their efforts in safeguarding humanity from the virus will always be remembered. #Coronavirus #CGTNDocumentary

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  • COVID-19: Phase 2 of Singapores reopening; most activities to resume | Full news conference

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    On Jun 19, Singapore begins Phase 2 of its reopening after the circuit breaker to curb the spread of COVID-19, authorities announced on Monday (Jun 15). Social gatherings of up to five people will be allowed, retail shops will be allowed to reopen, and F&B outlets will be allowed to offer dine-in service. Details:
    From Jun 18, all inbound travellers to Singapore will have to be tested for COVID-19 before they finish serving their stay-home requirement. Details:
    This is the full news conference and subsequent Q&A session with journalists.

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  • Indianas COVID-19 Testing Study and What it Means for Reopening

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    What’s the true infection rate of COVID-19? So far, we’ve had no real idea, which means most states are flying blind into reopening. But not Indiana, where a new statewide study is the first to provide the kind of data we’ll need to make safe decisions moving forward.

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  • Coronavirus Q&A: Accelerating Therapies and Vaccines

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    US National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis S. Collins, MD, discusses the agency’s new initiative to collaborate with other agencies and industry to accelerate development and testing of COVID-19 treatments and vaccines. Recorded May 19, 2020. Read the viewpoint by Dr Collins here:

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    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Introduction
    1:16 Background on Dr Collins
    3:59 What were your early years like at the NIH?
    5:20 What's the role of the NIH in a pandemic?
    8:19 How is the NIH using it's funding and resources to support coronavirus research?
    10:00 The Accelerating COVID-19 Therapeutic Interventions and Vaccines (ACTIV) Partnership
    10:47 What is the ACTIV Preclinical working group focused on?
    12:43 What is the ACTIV Therapeutics Clinical working group focused on?
    15:07 How is the ACTIV Clinical Trial Capacity working group thinking about therapeutic trials?
    17:00 Prevention trials, treatment trials, and monoclonal antibodies.
    20:40 The ACTIV Vaccine working group
    25:04 Do you worry about the ethics of human challenge trials for COVID-19?
    27:24 For NIH public-private partnerships, how do you think about financial conflicts of interest?
    29:33 When you and your colleagues identified a gene for cystic fibrosis, 25 years later did you think there would be a treatment?
    31:40 What was it like to grow up and be home schooled in the Shenandoah Valley?
    33:25 Monoclonal antibodies - when do you think they'll be available?
    33:59 Antigenic shift
    35:59 Dr Collins on music and motorcycles

  • Q&A on Coronavirus - COVID-19 with WHOs Dr Maria Van Kerkhove

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    Recorded version of the live Q&A #askWHO with Dr Maria Van Kerkhove and Dr Margaret Harris on COVID-19 from 26 February 2020, WHO Headquarters, Geneva

    WHO is working closely with global experts, governments and partners to rapidly expand scientific knowledge on this new virus, to track the spread and virulence of the virus, and to provide advice to countries and individuals on measures to protect health and prevent the spread of this outbreak.

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  • Live COVID-19 Question / Answer with Dr. Seheult - May 31, 2020

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    We've gathered your coronavirus questions from the week to ask Dr. Seheult and will take new questions during the live-stream. Join us at for the full video library and CME / CEUs for clinicians.

    Speakers:
    Roger Seheult, MD
    Co-Founder and Lead Instructor at MedCram.com
    Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
    Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine

    Kyle Allred, PA
    Co-Founder and Producer at MedCram.com
    Conference Director Wilderness-Medicine.com

    Questions from this live stream:
    01:00 Is the therapeutic time window key in treatment?
    03:00 Does Remdesivir cause additional oxidative damage?
    04:00 Lingering symptoms of covid19?
    05:35 are you still taking hot-and-cold showers, NAC, zinc, vitamin D, multivitamins, Quercetin?
    08:10 Thoughts on enoxaparin or other anticoagulants?
    11:35 what is the role of ventilators, are they effective?
    15:35 does naproxen have antiviral activity?
    17:00 after plasma therapy, will the body be able to build immunity?
    18:15 thoughts on the retrospective Lancet study on hydroxychloroquine?
    21:25 updates on ivermectin?
    22:30 would you like to see a study on zinc and quercetin (as a possible zinc ionophore)?
    23:54 update on the ICU front line? new things you are doing?
    26:35 update on strokes and heart attacks?
    27:40 what would you recommend as prevention?
    (Medcram update 59, Caldwell Esselstyn's diet)
    32:10 problems with data collection?
    32:55 explain the effect of azithromycin?
    36:10 why not use steroids to reduce inflammation?
    37:45 Is COVID-19 a systemic vasculitis? how would you summarise it?
    40:13 What is the difference between NAC (n-acetylcysteine) and glutathione precursors like cysteine and glycine?
    42:00 travel: recommendations?
    45:30 Will COVID be eliminated or become as endemic as other corona or rhinoviruses?
    47:45 Will a mask sterilize inside a hot car?
    48:25 What role does anti-body testing (with lower wanted positive predictive value) have?
    49:30 What interesting studies or drug treatment trials do you follow?
    (NAC, Hydroxychloroquine, Plasma)
    50:25 Any other vectors (mosquitos, dogs)?
    51:07 Any updates on children?

    Quick links to some recent COVID 19 updates:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 76: Antibody Testing False Positives in COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 75: COVID-19 Lung Autopsies - New Data:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 74: Vitamin D & COVID 19; Academic Censorship:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 73: Relapse, Reinfections, & Re-Positives - The Likely Explanation:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 72: Dentists; Diabetes; Sensitivity of COVID-19 Antibody Tests:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 71: New Data on Adding Zinc to Hydroxychloroquine + Azithromycin:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 70: Glutathione Deficiency, Oxidative Stress, and COVID 19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 69: NAC Supplementation and COVID-19 (N-Acetylcysteine):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 68: Kawasaki Disease; Minority Groups & COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 67: COVID-19 Blood Clots - Race, Blood Types, & Von Willebrand Factor:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 66: ACE-Inhibitors and ARBs - Hypertension Medications with COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 65: COVID-19 and Oxidative Stress (Prevention & Risk Factors):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 64: Remdesivir COVID-19 Treatment Update:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 63: Is COVID-19 a Disease of the Endothelium (Blood Vessels and Clots)?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 62: Treatment with Famotidine (Pepcid)?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 61: Blood Clots & Strokes in COVID-19; ACE-2 Receptor; Oxidative Stress:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 60: Hydroxychloroquine Update; NYC Data; How Widespread is COVID-19?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 59: Dr. Seheult's Daily Regimen (Vitamin D, C, Zinc, Quercetin, NAC):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 58: Testing; Causes of Hypoxemia in COVID-19 (V/Q vs Shunt vs Diffusion):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 57: Remdesivir Treatment Update and Can Far-UVC Disinfect Public Spaces?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 56: What is “Forest Bathing” & Can It Boost Immunity Against Viruses?

  • Live COVID-19 Question / Answer with Dr. Seheult - June 7, 2020

    57:56

    We're gathering your COVID-19 questions from the week to ask Dr. Seheult, and we will respond to new questions during the live-stream.

    Join us at for the full video library and CME / CEUs for clinicians.

    Speakers:
    Roger Seheult, MD
    Co-Founder and Lead Instructor at
    Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine
    Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine

    Kyle Allred, PA
    Co-Founder and Producer at
    Conference Director

    Quick links to some recent COVID 19 updates:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 80: COVID-19 Retractions & Data (Hydroxychloroquine, ACE Inhibitors):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 79: COVID-19 Vaccines to Keep an Eye On - mRNA, Antigen, Others:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 78: Mask Controversy; Vaccine Update for COVID-19
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 77: Remdesivir Update; COVID-19 in Mexico
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 76: Antibody Testing False Positives in COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 75: COVID-19 Lung Autopsies - New Data:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 74: Vitamin D & COVID 19; Academic Censorship:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 73: Relapse, Reinfections, & Re-Positives - The Likely Explanation:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 72: Dentists; Diabetes; Sensitivity of COVID-19 Antibody Tests:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 71: New Data on Adding Zinc to Hydroxychloroquine + Azithromycin:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 70: Glutathione Deficiency, Oxidative Stress, and COVID 19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 69: NAC Supplementation and COVID-19 (N-Acetylcysteine):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 68: Kawasaki Disease; Minority Groups & COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 67: COVID-19 Blood Clots - Race, Blood Types, & Von Willebrand Factor:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 66: ACE-Inhibitors and ARBs - Hypertension Medications with COVID-19:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 65: COVID-19 and Oxidative Stress (Prevention & Risk Factors):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 64: Remdesivir COVID-19 Treatment Update:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 63: Is COVID-19 a Disease of the Endothelium (Blood Vessels and Clots)?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 62: Treatment with Famotidine (Pepcid)?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 61: Blood Clots & Strokes in COVID-19; ACE-2 Receptor; Oxidative Stress:
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 60: Hydroxychloroquine Update; NYC Data; How Widespread is COVID-19?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 59: Dr. Seheult's Daily Regimen (Vitamin D, C, Zinc, Quercetin, NAC):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 58: Testing; Causes of Hypoxemia in COVID-19 (V/Q vs Shunt vs Diffusion):
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 57: Remdesivir Treatment Update and Can Far-UVC Disinfect Public Spaces?
    - Coronavirus Pandemic Update 56: What is “Forest Bathing” & Can It Boost Immunity Against Viruses?

  • Coronavirus Q&A: Predicting Pandemics

    44:51

    Marc Lipsitch of Harvard University predicts 50-70% of the global adult population could become infected with SARS-CoV-2. He discusses how prediction models are built and how they’re used and misused.

    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Introduction
    0:27 What have the first 3 months of this pandemic been like from your perspective?
    2:17 How is SARS-CoV-2 like SARS and the flu? How is it different?
    5:32 What do the next few months look like?
    7:37 Will masks, shields and social distancing help with businesses reopening?
    9:15 As business and health systems reopen, what do they need to do to prepare?
    12:04 Coronavirus serology testing
    15:07 Should areas with lower rates of immunity implement different policies than those with higher rates?
    17:02 Herd immunity
    18:55 What questions need to be answered before we get to the fall?
    20:29 Should schools be opened in the fall?
    22:54 How many people should we be testing? (Serosurvey and seroprevalence)
    24:13 Vaccines and vaccine development (Human Challenge Studies to Accelerate Coronavirus Vaccine Licensure: )
    29:51 Definitions of Phase 1, Phase 2 and Phase 3 trials
    31:13 Given vaccine hesitant groups in the US, how do you think about a vaccine?
    33:22 What do you think the fall will look like if we're not prepared?
    36:24 What do we need to do to protect individuals in places like nursing homes and prisons?
    38:18 What would you do if you were made the Pandemic Czar?
    40:22 Do you think the US has the capacity to track, trace, test and quarantine?

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  • Live Q&A: Coronavirus and Health Cares New Normal

    39:12

    Don Berwick, MD, MPP of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement discusses choices societies and the medical profession can make to improve health care and reduce inequities as we move out of the acute phase of the coronavirus pandemic.

    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Background on Dr Berwick, MD, MPP
    2:10 How is this pandemic going to affect the speed of learning?
    4:35 Are we moving too fast? Are we putting out more than we really know?
    6:00 The value of standards.
    8:12 How do you reconcile the need for clinical trials versus the clinicians desire to use experimental therapies to make their patients better?
    10:24 We're better now at data collection and we're seeing high quality observation studies on these therapeutic regimens. So the use of data is helping us advance our knowledge of COVID-19.
    11:51 Protecting the health care work force.
    14:56 Virtual care, telehealth and telemedicine.
    17:08 Will Medicare and private insurers pay the same amount for telemedicine?
    19:17 Preparedness for threats
    22:04 Inequity and the toll of COVID-19 on poor and marginalized individuals.
    24:12 Will COVID-19 help us address and improve disparities in health and health care?
    26:44 The moral determinants of health
    28:05 COVID-19 and climate
    29:08 Joe Biden's recommendation to lower the age of Medicare to 60.
    32:00 The future of Medicaid
    34:06 What do you think will happen to schools, colleges and businesses in the next few months?
    36:39 Are we willing to be responsible for each other as the characteristic of a strong and healthy country?

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  • Coronavirus Q&A with Infectious Disease Expert

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    Dr. Emily Martin, Associate Professor of Epidemiology with the University of Michigan School of Public Health answers reader questions about coronavirus.
    Originally recorded as a Facebook live. Full coverage of coronavirus in Michigan:

  • Coronavirus Q&A With Anthony Fauci, MD – June 2, 2020

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    NIAID Director Anthony Fauci discusses recent developments in the global COVID-19 pandemic with JAMA Editor Howard Bauchner. Recorded on June 2, 2020.

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    Topics discussed in this intervew:
    0:00 Introduction
    0:32 Phase 3 trials for a coronavirus vaccine will start July. Could you talk a little bit about what that will look like?
    2:12 The Moderna, phase 2 trial, how large is that, and what will be learned from the phase 2 before we get to the phase 3 in July?
    2:36 How long does a phase 3 trial need to last to know if there's effectiveness?
    3:40 Will there be age, sex, race, ethnicity, diversity amongst the 30,000 trial participants, or will it be focused on healthy, younger individuals?
    4:08 Are you optimistic based on the acceleration in vaccine development over the past few years and how quickly we've been able to get to phase 3 trials?
    6:05 What happens with the production of that candidate vaccine? Will there be enough doses available in the fall?
    7:50 Can you see a role for monoclonal antibodies, as we try to sort out schools and colleges, protecting the elderly, and nursing home residents?
    8:58 Will there be a sufficient amount of convalescent plasma available?
    9:24 Vitamin D and whether or not it could be helpful in treatment of COVID-19.
    11:07 Zinc and azithromycin
    12:21 Do you have a sense of what's happening in the states that have opened up early?
    14:15 Immunity passports
    15:14 Opening schools safely in the fall.
    17:14 Asymptomatic spread
    18:55 IgG and IgM antibodies
    20:23 Remembering AIDS activist Larry Kramer
    25:55 Your equanimity. Does it come from your parents? Does it come from your Jesuit education? It's extraordinary under the face of just remarkable and unfair criticisms.

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    - The federal government is sending a 1,000-bed hospital ship to New York Harbor to help treat people who are sick from the virus. A second ship will be deployed to a location on the West Coast, the president said in a Wednesday news conference.
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  • Coronavirus Vaccine Development

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    Coronavirus Q&A: Paul Offit, MD of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia discusses principles and progress-to-date in COVID-19 vaccine development. Recorded on June 1, 2020.

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    Topics discussed in this interview:
    0:00 Background on Dr Offit
    1:26 Paul, what are the traditional phases, of vaccine development?
    3:50 How many coronavirus vaccines are there in development, and how far along are some of them?
    5:49 So there appears to be four different types of vaccines being developed. Do companies bet on one type, or do they develop more than one type?
    6:41 How large are phase two trials in comparison to phase three trials?
    7:16 What committees do you sit on?
    8:05 Human challenge trials
    9:07 Does that approval of human challenge trials rest with the FDA?
    9:41 Are there any robust, larger phase two trials ongoing? What is the timeline for those trials?
    10:44 What happens if there's little disease over the summer? How does that impact these trials?
    11:25 When do you begin to accrue meaningful data from that these studies?
    11:56 Will there be a distribution of ages in terms of people who are vaccinated for these studies?13:17 So over the summer, we begin to accrue more information, but how valuable that information is will depend upon how much disease is in the area where people have been vaccinated. Is that an accurate statement?
    13:30 Do they just add more and more numbers to the initial phase three trial if there's simply not enough disease?
    14:23 Will a vaccine be 100% effective?
    15:55 What is Operation Warp Speed?
    17:04 Mass producing the vaccine while coronavirus trials are ongoing.
    18:36 Does America's investment in a vaccine then entitle the US to own that vaccine or some portion of that vaccine?
    19:24 Do you have any sense of how the issue of equity will play out in the US and other countries?
    20:56 With Operation Warp Speed, do you anticipate that a successful phase three trial will lead to 300 million doses a few months later?
    21:27 Vaccine-hesitancy
    23:44 Political pressure on the FDA to approve a vaccine
    25:07 What will be the mechanism that will lead to FDA approval of a vaccine?
    25:49 Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine are examples of why we need randomized clinical trials for COVID-19 treatments.
    27:08 Why are we optimistic about a vaccine that's 1) a first-of-a-kind mRNA vaccine and 2) a first-of-a-kind coronavirus vaccine?
    28:33 Which vaccine will be made under Operation Warp Speed?
    29:15 For the phase three trials to start in July, are there plans to recruit enhanced numbers of Latinx and African Americans - who are known to have higher infectious rates for whatever reason?
    30:14 Are persons with conditions that might put them at greater risk from a vaccine - autoimmune conditions, pregnant women - will they be excluded from the safety testing?
    30:44 The Sweden experiment
    31:55 What would a second wave without a vaccine look like in the fall?
    35:30 Closing comments about vaccines and COVID-19?

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    COVID-19 Clinical Update. Questions about testing, chloroquine toxicity, duration of immunity and reinfection, and what to expect next are gripping the US as the novel coronavirus spreads. Preeti Malani MD, Professor of Medicine and Chief Health Officer at the University of Michigan discusses recent developments in a live conversation with JAMA Editor Howard Bauchner. Originally streamed on April 6, 2020.

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    2:01 Case-fatality rate
    4:50 CDC’s changing views on masks - what should we make of the change?
    7:45 Should or shouldn’t I wear a mask?
    8:46 Medical workers
    9:49 PCR tests, should we trust the accuracy?
    11:29 Can you become reinfected?
    13:18 Serology and the likelihood of antibody testing (who is immune/ has antibodies to the virus) and being able to go to work if proven immune.
    16:01 How long can we assume we are immune for, given the data we have.
    17:36 How is COVID-19 spreading? Droplets versus aerolization spread. Coughs and sneezes or just through the air?
    21:00 How long does the coronavirus live on packages, newspapers, groceries?
    23:50 Infected tiger at the Bronx Zoo. Animal responses to COVID
    24:52 Discussion on study of viral load found in stool/ 14 day quarantine still to be trusted?
    29:51 Health care workers
    33:04 What will work for treatment of COVID. Hydroxychloroquine discussion. Remdesivir trials.
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  • Coronavirus outbreak: WHO declares COVID-19 a global pandemic

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    The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, a pandemic. WHO director-general Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made the announcement at a press conference Wednesday.

    “Over the past two weeks, the number of cases of COVID-19 outside China has increased thirteenfold and the number of affected countries has tripled,” he said. “In the days and weeks ahead, we expect to see the number of cases, the number of deaths and the number of affected countries climb even higher,” he said.

    “In the days and weeks ahead, we expect to see the number of cases, the number of deaths and the number of affected countries climb even higher,” Tedros said. “We’re deeply concerned both by the alarming spread and severity, and the alarming levels of inaction.”

    For these reasons, he said, the WHO determined that the disease outbreak should be called a pandemic.

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  • Gov. Wolf Unveils 3-Phase Coronavirus Plan to Slowly Reopen Pennsylvania | NBC10 Philadelphia

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    Governor Tom Wolf unveiled a color coded three-phase plan to slowly reopen Pennsylvania amid the coronavirus pandemic. NBC10's Aaron Baskerville has the details.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon confirms coronavirus moved from contain to delay phase

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    The Scottish first minister tells reporters that we have moved to the delay phase. Cobra has not decided to close schools or colleges, but the decision is under review.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: New Brunswick begins to loosen COVID-19 measures, no new cases reported | FULL

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    New Brunswick health officials provided an update on Friday regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in the province as well as an announcement on relaxing measures in combating the outbreak.

    Over the next several weeks and months, New Brunswick will be gradually lifting COVID-19 restrictions, while complying with public health policies and advice, announced Premier Blaine Higgs. The four-step plan to ease measures will only progress if certain conditions at each level are met. The province's chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell said that if another spike of cases occurs, she won't hesitate to reinstate restrictions again.

    Additionally, the province will enter the orange phase, which is the first of four phases for loosening strict COVID-19 measures within the province. Effective immediately, households may choose to spend time with only one other household, said Higgs, as part of this initial phase of reopening the province.

    Border controls will also be maintained until a vaccine is developed.

    During the briefing, Russell said that like the day prior, the province had no new cases of COVID-19 to announce, and she encouraged people to continue to wash their hands, not touch their face and to practice social distancing.

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  • Coronavirus Explained: Could friendship bubbles’ help partially lift the UK COVID-19 lockdown?

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    BORIS Johnson is expected to set out the next phase of the nationwide coronavirus lockdown this week - and he could let Brits meet their friends and family in limited 'bubbles'.

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  • COVID-19 Q&A: The Next Normal

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    Lifting Stay-at-Home Orders & The Impact on Community Associations

    How should community associations prepare for the lifting of stay-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic? What approach will community associations take to reopen common areas and amenities? It's not an all-or-nothing tactic. Community association board members, managers, and business partners will need to carefully consider how to phase in operations. It's our next normal.

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  • Boris Johnson reveals coronavirus plans - as disease spreads in UK

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    NHS England has declared a major incident over the coronavirus outbreak - asking hospitals to open new wards to treat infectious diseases.

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    As the Government unveiled its battle plan - warning that a fifth of workers could be off work at the outbreak's peak.

    12 new British cases emerged today having arrived here from Italy, Germany, Singapore, Japan and Iran. There are now 51 cases in the UK.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: New Brunswick premier to lay out plan to reopen province | FULL

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    New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs said on Thursday that he's been working with public health officials and the all-party cabinet committee in determining how to restart the economy, but said he would be rolling out information about the plan in the coming days. Chief medical officer of health Dr. Jennifer Russell added the process must be measured and methodical.

    Russell also said the province had its fifth straight day of no new confirmed cases of COVID-19. She said there remains only 14 active cases of the 118 confirmed, and asked those in the province to keep the five people in hospital due to the novel coronavirus in their thoughts.

    The premier announced the province would be overriding the 30-day prescription drug limit, originally put in place due to concerns by the College of Pharmacists over drug shortages. He said people normally receiving 60 or 90-day refills were receiving prescriptions for only 30 days and in turn having to pay more dispensing fees and co-pays. In response to concerns about shortages, they would be convening a working group to track the province's drug supply and a 30-day limit would be in place for certain drugs again should a shortage arise.

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    A revised shelter-in-place order went into effect in San Mateo County on Monday, allowing for certain retail businesses to reopen, as part of the state's Phase 2 guidelines. Kiet Do reports. (5/18/20)

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  • Live Q&A With Dr. Shannon Bennett: Covid-19, Coronaviruses, & More | California Academy of Sciences

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  • Coronavirus Q&A: Convalescent plasma

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    Toronto's Associate Medical Officer of Health Dr. Vinita Dubey answered viewer questions in a Facebook live Q&A with Dilshad Burman. She explains convalescent plasma and how it may be useful in the fight against COVID-19.

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    On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Gregory Poland, an infectious diseases expert and head of Mayo Clinic’s Vaccine Research Group, covers the latest news on the COVID-19 pandemic.

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