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  • Thursday, Mar 19, 2020

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    One City’s Fight to Stop the Virus

    a suburb north of New York City has become one of the largest clusters of the Corona virus in the U. ... Then, on March 2nd, they find out what was wrong with Larry Gar booze, and it was Corona virus. Cases of Corona virus, a growing nationwide and New York state, is no exception.

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    One City’s Fight to Stop the Virus
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    a suburb north of New York City has become one of the largest clusters of the Corona virus in the U. S.

    My colleague Sarah Maslin Nir.

    I went there.

    It's Thursday, March 19.

    Sarah tell us about the past few weeks in this town of New Rochelle, New York.

    It began with a local man. His name is Larry Garbo's. He's a lawyer. He's about 50 lives in New Rochelle, which is this suburb about, you know, five or so miles north of New York City's border. And he falls ill about February 27th and he starts to decline pretty rapidly. He asks a neighbor to drive him to the hospital.

    and spend several days there really spiraling. Then, on March 2nd, they find out what was wrong with Larry Gar booze, and it was Corona virus.

    Cases of Corona virus, a growing nationwide and New York state, is no exception. He's.

    the first person in this suburb that is diagnosed. Investigators scrambling to retrace the patient's movements from the Bronxville Hospital where he was first treated, and disease investigators then have to trace his movements the week before he knew he was contagious. The married father of four traveled around the New York City area. He also attended Temple Services back in Westchester and found out that he had attended religious services. Justus Anyone would a wedding bar mitzvah. About a week before synagogue, Young Israel of New Rochelle ordered to close, and hundreds of people who attended services there have been told to quarantine themselves at home. And the Westchester County Health Department ordered 100 families congregants of that synagogue to self quarantine.

  • Thursday, Jan 30, 2020

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    A Virus’s Journey Across China

    So why is the deadly Corona virus spreading so rapidly across the country. ... People were fine ill to this kind of pneumonia like virus, which scientists were calling a corona virus. ... The potentially deadly Corona virus is thought to have spread from animals into humans at a live produce market in Wuhan.

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    A Virus’s Journey Across China
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    China says it has made life saving reforms since the last time it was the source of a public health crisis 17 years ago.

    So why is the deadly Corona virus spreading so rapidly across the country.

    My colleague Javier Hernandez reports from the center of the outbreak.

    It's Thursday, January 30th.

    Have your How did you first hear about this outbreak.

    What? We started hearing reports in early January that there was this mysterious virus that was affecting Wuhan, which is Ah city in central.

    China.

    Staff at Wuhan Hospital are working around the clock to identify a mystery virus.

    People were fine ill to this kind of pneumonia like virus, which scientists were calling a corona virus.

    Experts believe this is a new kind of Corona virus, which typically causes symptoms of the common cold but in some rare cases can lead to pneumonia.

    It's Ah, very frightening virus that spreads from animals to humans. It was believed to be behind some very serious respiratory illnesses, so it would sounded pretty scary.

    But the official narrative was that this strain couldn't pass from human to human. It would only go from animals to humans.

    The potentially deadly Corona virus is thought to have spread from animals into humans at a live produce market in Wuhan.

    and at that point they were saying that it was all originating at a single meat market in central China.

    This meat market sold wild animals things like bamboo, rats, badgers, wolves even.

  • Thursday, May 21, 2020

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    A Teenager’s Medical Mystery

    Corona virus infection, right? ... They have all had Corona virus. ... of Corona virus that we didn't know.

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    A Teenager’s Medical Mystery
    from The New York Times. I'm Michaela Borrow.

    today.

    Today From the earliest days of the Corona virus, health officials believed that it largely spared Children and teenagers.

    But recently that belief has been challenged.

    My colleague Ham Belloc, on the story of a 14 year old boy whose case is being studied to better understand the impact of the virus on Children.

    It's Thursday, May 21st.

    him. When does this understanding that we all seem to have about the Corona virus and how it spares Children? When does that start to change.

    In late April, there was this bulletin that was sent out by a pediatric health service.

    in the United Kingdom.

    It just said We're noticing some kids, not very many.

    They seem to have the symptoms of inflammation.

    Don't really know what this is about. Some of tested positive for Corona virus. Um, haven't on. And it was just kind of saying we think we're seeing something. So I've talked my editors about it, and we were trying to figure out whether we should explore it more at that point and and we decided, Well, we don't really know a whole lot. It seems like a small number of cases. We can't even say.

    for certain that it's connected to Corona virus, and so we just kind of put it aside for a bit and watch it.

    And then I think a couple of days later I got an email from the hospital in New York City.

    The person said, We've got to cases of this syndrome that they've been talking about in the UK If you want to talking to somebody.

  • Thursday, Feb 27, 2020

    The Coronavirus Goes Global

    So we've had Corona viruses and just maybe not called them corner virus. ... this Corona virus is not as bad as. ... This Corona virus is very transmissible, not as transmissible is measles.

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    The Coronavirus Goes Global
    What makes this virus something so lethal and fearsome? What.

    is.

    it specifically about? This virus.

    There are six kinds of Corona viruses we know about. Before.

    two of them, SARS and MERS kill a lot of people. Those were both coronaviruses. Yeah, Stars kills about 10% of people who get it. Starts have gone. Murders kills About 30% of people who get.

    those are high death rates. Absolutely. But there are four other Corona viruses that cause about 1/4 of all the common colds in this year. And you, Fadel, I've had all that. Everybody's had alarm. So we've had Corona viruses and just maybe not called them corner virus. Yes, you called them? I had a cold.

    there. Many causes of the common cold, but some of the most popular ones of four different coronaviruses.

    This doesn't give you a common cold. It attach is deep in your lungs, so you don't get runny nose as much as you get fevers and cough. And then ultimately, if it keeps getting bad, you get pneumonia.

    And that's what kills a lot of people. The final stage of this and it's a viral pneumonia, so giving antibiotics does not help.

    So.

    what.

    you just.

    said makes me think that in the grand scheme.

    this Corona virus is not as bad as.

    a SARS or Immers. So help.

    me.

    understand why, even though it's seemingly statistically not as bad as those, it is something quite worrisome. SARS and MERS, if you get them, are very likely to kill you, but you're very unlikely to get them because they don't transmit very easily.

    If you don't hang around camels or emergency rooms in Saudi Arabia, you're unlikely to get MERS.

    This Corona virus is very transmissible, not as transmissible is measles.

    about as transmissible is flu. Maybe a little bit less, but it's quite transmissible Name. We saw that on the Diamond Princess. Here you had a boat with three or four people who might have had the virus on, and then suddenly they were What was it? 600 people who had the virus on it.

    That's a transmissible virus, and why is it so transmissible. What is it about the virus? Do we know? We don't know. We know that it attach is to some receptors deep in the lung, called the ace to receptors. But then, so to other viruses, we don't know why this one jumps easily. Something in the genome does it, but we haven't pinpointed that genetic change yet, so we.

  • Monday, Mar 9, 2020

    The Latest: Why Markets Crashed on Monday

    And investors here are very worried about the economic impact of the Corona virus thief. ... A state of emergency is now in effect in Washington state following the first US Corona virus death there. Newsome is declaring a state of emergency as California's Corona virus state of.

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    The Latest: Why Markets Crashed on Monday
    the coronaviruses now spreading rapidly around the world.

    People in more than 100 countries have been infected with more than 100,000 reported cases in over 3000 deaths, breaking news concerns over the Corona virus outbreak. And once again, they were affecting the stock market.

    What markets are looking at is what's happening now and what they think is gonna happen in the future. And investors here are very worried about the economic impact of the Corona virus thief.

    Hey, it's Jim Tankersley in the Washington Bureau of the New York Times. So it's been a crazy week for global markets. Investors are watching the news on the Corona virus and trying to get a handle on just how much it's going to hurt the US economy.

    And Good morning, everybody. We're coming on the air with breaking news. This is the New York Stock Exchange. The trading day is just beginning on Wall Street and there.

    But the latest is that on Monday morning, all of investors anxieties seem to come together, and the world seemed to tip into this big sell off. That was a sum of all fears event.

    that right now it looks like the Dow is down by about 6.9%. This is some massive pressure. If you haven't.

    When the U. S stock market opened, it was a bloodbath. Within five minutes, markets dropped 7% which is the worst since the 2008 financial crisis, and it triggered an event called a circuit breaker.

    Trading has stopped because we've seen a drop of 7% which.

    is really rare. It stops trading in the stock market for 15 minutes, meaning effectively the stock market shut down.

    There it is.

    There you see, You see the cessation in Texas.

    is the circuit breaker whom the bell tolls trigger? Well, So why did that happen.

    Why was there a huge selloff on Monday? Why were investors afraid? Well, they're responding to several things.

    A state of emergency is now in effect in Washington state following the first US Corona virus death there. Newsome is declaring a state of emergency as California's Corona virus state of.

  • Thursday, May 7, 2020

    The Chinese Lab Theory

    Early research suggests human picked up the Corona virus from animals, possibly bats. But it's not clear how the virus made that jump. ... But the fact of the matter is, there are deadly strains of Corona virus inside this lab.

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    The Chinese Lab Theory
    Well, it's kind of a vague theory. When you hear people talk about it, there's all kinds of different versions.

    Did.

    it come from that infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology? And if so, how will we find out.

    There's versions of animal slipping out of a lab in Wuhan.

    I know we've been saying that perhaps the virus got out of that virology lab by accident. Was it really an accident.

    or a worker having it on their clothing and taking it out that because of lax safety protocols, an intern was infected who later infected her boyfriend and then went to the wet market and Wuhan, where it began to spread. There's a version that talks about infected animals being disposed improperly.

    Early research suggests human picked up the Corona virus from animals, possibly bats. But it's not clear how the virus made that jump. And all this.

    is sort of swirled, almost like gossip, but all pointing to ah, lab and wound.

    And you can understand why that theory gained traction because there is, ah, level four labs studying Corona viruses.

    the very strain of Corona viruses that unleashed this global pandemic.

    So that much is true. There actually is a lab that studies the current virus in Wuhan, where this outbreak began.

    Yeah, that's right. It's not ah, bioweapon lab. It's not for a nefarious purpose that it, in fact, is for, ah, public health purpose that they study Corona viruses for the hopes of protecting people from them.

    But the fact of the matter is, there are deadly strains of Corona virus inside this lab. So these theories that we're all talking about, they made it to the White House. They had to the White House pretty early back in January. Back in January, Matthew Pottenger, who is the deputy national security adviser.

  • Monday, Mar 30, 2020

    Back From the Brink

    to interact with this epidemic, the Corona virus? Was he maybe even thinking he would end up treating Corona virus patients. ... So soon after the Corona virus landed on the west coast, he and his family went to Costco and stocked up.

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    Back From the Brink
    and the one I was young. I always sick. So I always went to he hospital.

    So I had a good impression.

    And as someone working in the medical field, was James expecting.

    to interact with this epidemic, the Corona virus? Was he maybe even thinking he would end up treating Corona virus patients.

    Well, he doesn't.

    work in a hospital. And because he works in private practice, I think you probably imagined he might be working remotely with telemedicine.

    I herbal corn over.

    many months ago when trying have outbreaks.

    but the.

    but because of his family background, and because he does work in medicine. When news of the Corona virus did start coming out of Wuhan, he definitely understood how quickly the virus could spread, and he definitely understood that the only way to guarantee that you could survive this was by not getting in the first place.

    Beverly.

    I thought, Well, pilot all the food like canned food, frozen vegetables, dumpling.

    So soon after the Corona virus landed on the west coast, he and his family went to Costco and stocked up.

    Our family.

    is.

    two months.

    for like, two months worth of supplies.

    right? So they were going to avoid any meaningful exposure to the virus.

    Yeah, if there was communal spread and it had become widespread, their plan was to shelter in place.

    and well ahead of the rest of us.

    Yeah, I think that's right.

    You weren't short. What point you would you would start doing that. But you felt you know when it was time.

    But, you know, he's stocking up at the end of February. You know, people in the US were still flying all over the country. Kids were going to school. Bloomberg was in the race for president. People were planning vacations and weddings and you know, all sorts of conferences and events and the same mistruth James.

  • Thursday, Mar 5, 2020

    The Coronavirus Outbreak in Washington State

    A strategy of containment was supposed to protect Washington State from the Corona virus. ... tonight, the CDC is confirming the first case in the US of a new and deadly Corona virus. ... the first case of Corona virus in the United States was in Washington state.

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    The Coronavirus Outbreak in Washington State
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    A strategy of containment was supposed to protect Washington State from the Corona virus.

    It didn't.

    Mike Bake on what led to the first major outbreak in the U. S.

    It's Thursday, March 5th.

    Mike, tell me about how this outbreak in Washington state starts.

    So really be in January 20th.

    tonight, the CDC is confirming the first case in the US of a new and deadly Corona virus. A man in Washington state has the same virus that has sickened about 300 people in China, killing at least six.

    That was when the officials here announced that.

    the first case of Corona virus in the United States was in Washington state. It was in north of Seattle. There was a man in his forties who had been traveling to the Wuhan region in China. He had come back. He had developed symptoms after he returned to the United States and as kind of a savvy guy. He certainly made the connection that he was potentially infected with the Corona virus and presented himself at a health clinic in the area to ask for some help.

    and what happens to him. How is he treated.

    Officials there. The doctors take a sample. They're sending it off to the CDC. There's certainly an awareness this very likely could be a case. He ends up being taken to the hospital in quarantine to their in a special portion of the hospital. You know, at that point, you have health officials sort of tracking down.

    Who was he on the plane with when he returned? How did he get from the airport? Back to his house. What was he doing in the hours and days after he landed? So there's a huge effort just to find out who might have been in contact with them to make sure that this wasn't gonna be spreading further.

  • Monday, May 4, 2020

    One Meat Plant. One Thousand Infections.

    So while it shoot is at home sick with the Corona virus, the situation at Smithfield is evolving. This Smithfield pork processing plant is now a Corona virus hot spot. ... About 250 workers there tested positive for Corona virus. 350 workers tested positive for Cove it 19.

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    One Meat Plant. One Thousand Infections.
    So while it shoot is at home sick with the Corona virus, the situation at Smithfield is evolving. This Smithfield pork processing plant is now a Corona virus hot spot. More and more of her colleagues are falling ill how many other cases you hear about among your colleagues.

    Oh, a lot, A lot, A lot. I think, Within the South Sudanese community alone.

    I think would have, like at least 40 people that I know.

    But in my department, I was told that it went up to 80 in one department 80 people. And.

    how big is your department.

    On a good day that people showed up as 155.

    The outbreak at that Sioux Falls plant is among the worst clusters of Corona virus in the country. About 250 workers there tested positive for Corona virus. 350 workers tested positive for Cove it 19.

    and as the days passed, it keeps getting worse. The number of cases skyrockets up to more than 400 Smithfield workers who are sick, and the governor calls on the head of the company to stop production. One of the nation's largest food processor, Smithfield Foods, will close its pork processing plant in South Dakota for further cleaning. So on April 12th the president of Smithfield announces he's going to close the plant indefinitely, and all the workers were sent home.

    this morning. There were fears the nation's food supply chain is at a breaking point after more than a dozen major meat processing plants to become cove in 19 hot spots.

    Meanwhile, food processing plants across the country are getting hit hard with Cove in other major companies, like Tyson, start raising the alarm that they're having trouble producing and delivering food to the nation's grocery stores because of the virus. Meanwhile, President Trump announced an executive order to compel meat processing plants to remain open. And last week, President Trump signs an executive order declaring meat and poultry plants as part of the nation's critical infrastructure as a way to pressure the plants to keep producing food.

  • Wednesday, Apr 1, 2020

    The Race for a Vaccine

    The first Corona virus death outside of China on Sunday, the second death. from Corona virus outside of mainland China. Hong Kong health officials saying a 39 year old potentially deadly Corona virus has turned up in a new country.

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    The Race for a Vaccine
    And that's when they really got to work.

    And.

    what did that work look like in the beginning? What does it mean to create from.

    scratch of accident? So remember, basically what you're trying to achieve with the vaccine is you want to create something that mimics the passage in the virus, and you want to inject that into a healthy body so that that healthy body can read that information, understand what the passage in looks like and form antibodies to fight it and neutralize it.

    And, I mean, you have surely seen the pictures or divider that everybody in the news and was always showing with. I mean, it's like this ball that is things that that stick out of it.

    basically this cute little ball with spikes, right.

    And that's actually the proteins that you have to neutralize that antibodies to fight designers. And that's what you actually.

    the cells of the human body to make. I mean.

    it's the spy. It's not actually the bar.

    that are bad. So.

    this whole project is about coming up with a vaccine that will enter the body, prompting immune response, and that response will somehow de spike the spikes of the coronavirus.

    That's the idea.

    We're now in February.

    and as they're working on this.

    all over in the Philippines. The first Corona virus death outside of China on Sunday, the second death.

    from Corona virus outside of mainland China. Hong Kong health officials saying a 39 year old potentially deadly Corona virus has turned up in a new country. This.

    morning, Belgium reported its first case. Corona virus is beginning to spread across the world, and cure evac puts this vaccine development ahead of any other projects.

    So this is now becoming a major priority within this company. This is a nerve agent project. Yeah.

    and they're not the only ones. You've got companies all over the world in China and the US across Europe. Everybody is now looking at this as a high priority.

  • Friday, Mar 27, 2020

    A Kids’ Guide to Coronavirus

    Why don't kids get the Corona virus. ... And actually, Ezra kids do get the virus. ... get lots of colds, some of those cold air caused by other Corona viruses.

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    A Kids’ Guide to Coronavirus
    Hi, I'm as your Kushner.

    and I'm here from new show.

    Why don't kids get the Corona virus.

    That's an important question. And actually, Ezra kids do get the virus. But there's a strange fact that kids air much, much less likely to get really sick from this virus.

    Why is that? You know why is that? Scientists are trying to figure that out. One possibility is that, um.

    you know, kids.

    get lots of colds, some of those cold air caused by other Corona viruses.

    So it could be that kids still have kind of a memory of those Corona viruses that recently gave them colds.

    and so that gives them this protection.

    That's one idea.

    There's another idea, which is that kids are just healthier.

    in the sense that their lungs air young.

    and undamaged. And as people get older, maybe they smoke. Or maybe they just breathe in a lot of air pollution may be the immune system isn't able to deliver those precise attacks as well to new viruses. Maybe that's why.

    we don't know yet, huh.

    So next, Karl, we have another question from Viviana in Santa.

    Ana, and I still live in him a tail California. So, um, is there like, any way we can come up with.

    like a vaccine, like a medicine that, like, cures people.

    And if I might add to that question, how do you even make a vaccine? So what a vaccine does is it gives your immune system a lesson about what a virus looks like and how to fight it. And the way this works is for some viruses. Uh, all you need is a tiny little piece of the virus, that tiny little piece. It won't make them sick because it's not a full virus. But it's just enough for the immune system to look at it and say, OK, next time I see that I'm going to start fighting and I'm gonna make weapons that can destroy this thing.

  • Tuesday, Mar 17, 2020

    The Latest: Why President Trump Changed His Tone on the Coronavirus

    now has more than 4500 reported Corona virus cases, but the actual total could be much higher. ... In the investigations unit, I often report about healthcare, and I've been covering the Corona virus. ... The president got on a podium with the members of the vice president's Corona Virus Task Force around him.

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    The Latest: Why President Trump Changed His Tone on the Coronavirus
    us.

    now has more than 4500 reported Corona virus cases, but the actual total could be much higher. At least 90 people have died. Three U S response to the deadly virus lags behind other developed countries. That is what the experts are saying. Life outside the home or apartment has virtually shut down, schools and businesses are closed, and the social fabric has been badly frayed.

    There are still worries, based on the experience of other countries like Italy, which has effectively been on a total lock down for a week that it might not be enough.

    I'm Sheri Fink. I'm a correspondent at The New York Times. In the investigations unit, I often report about healthcare, and I've been covering the Corona virus. And in recent weeks there has been a lot of focus on how President Trump communicates about this outbreak and the level of risk that it poses for the United States.

    It's going to disappear one day. It's like a miracle. It will disappear from our shores. We, you know, it could get worse before it gets better, could maybe go away. We'll see what happens. Nobody really knows.

    The president's tone started to change, probably in the last week or so, but it really seemed to.

    change on Monday. I want to thank everybody for being here today. There was.

    this press conference. The president got on a podium with the members of the vice president's Corona Virus Task Force around him.

    this afternoon. We're announcing new guidelines for every American to follow over the next 15 days.

    as we combat the virus, each and every one of us has a critical role to play.

    And he announced that there would be a 15 day period where Americans should observe some important new precautions to try to slow the virus.

    Therefore, my administration is recommending that all Americans, including the young and healthy, work to engage.

  • Thursday, Jun 25, 2020

    The Voters Trump Is Losing

    One is the Corona virus. ... So we asked voters whether they thought the federal government's priority should be toe limit the spread of the Corona virus, even if it hurts the economy, or if they think the federal government's priority should be to restart the economy, even if it increases the risk to public health. And voters in the battleground states said by a 20 plus point margin, that they thought the priority ought to be toe limit the spread of the Corona prayers and incredibly, that even includes the people who have lost their jobs as a result of the Corona virus over the last few months.

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    The Voters Trump Is Losing
    So before we get to the revolt of these white voters, which seems very important.

    let's talk about these issues that voters do not think the president has properly managed and maybe go through a few of them one by one.

    I.

    think it's.

    it's worth just breaking them down into two groups. One is the Corona virus. Voters disapprove of the way he's handled it by a wide margin, 56% of voters in the battleground states say they disapprove, include a significant number of people who voted for him in 2016.

    And it's not just that they take issue with the president's effectiveness. There's a underlying disagreement between the president and the electorate about priorities.

    What do you mean.

    Yes. So we asked voters whether they thought the federal government's priority should be toe limit the spread of the Corona virus, even if it hurts the economy, or if they think the federal government's priority should be to restart the economy, even if it increases the risk to public health. And voters in the battleground states said by a 20 plus point margin, that they thought the priority ought to be toe limit the spread of the Corona prayers and incredibly, that even includes the people who have lost their jobs as a result of the Corona virus over the last few months.

    I want positive because this seems really fascinating by 20%.

    voters fever conquering the virus over reopening the American economy because that is the complete opposite of the message from the president.

    It's.

    the complete opposite and it really you know, it goes against so much of what we usually assume about American politics, right? It's the economy, stupid. But here we have a rare issue where voters very explicitly are prioritizing something else. I can't think of another comparison for it except war, you know, in World War two. It's not like if you had asked voters what should be the priority, you know, helping the economy or beating the Japanese that they would be like, Oh, it's the economy. Stupid.

  • Thursday, Feb 27, 2020

    The Coronavirus Goes Global

    of who is most likely to contract this Corona virus? ... That makes sense is that kids have enormous numbers of these mild Corona viruses, cause that's the typical cold virus. ... And now we have a new Corona virus.

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    The Coronavirus Goes Global
    don't know why.

    it's so transmissible. But we do know that it's passing from person to person quickly. So how exactly do you contracted? How does it transmit.

    It's transmitted mostly by coughing.

    and we think it's transmitted by.

    full might, which is to say, touching surfaces. So if you're in this room and you've got it, you've coughed all over this table and I come in later and I don't know you were here, and I you know, I got my hands on the table and then I pick up my finger and I put it in my eye or my nose.

    I might get it.

    and that scared. Now there's a cool question. A visit got aerosol transmission, which means it drifts through the air and might go through the ventilation system into another room. That might be part of it, and there might also be some fecal transmission, but those air unimportant. The main thing is coughing and surfaces.

    That's how it gets transmitted were still in the early days of knowing about this virus. But that's the prevailing theory that those are the numbers one and two drivers. My sense is that when it comes to infections, this is not a virus that discriminates, that young people get it. Middle aged people get it. Old people get it. But do.

    we have a sense.

    of who is most likely to contract this Corona virus? Yeah, it sounds like because it's so transmissible, almost everybody might be able to get it.

    Oddly enough.

    Children are very unlikely to get this virus. Why is that? Well, nobody knows.

    The theory I've seen. That makes sense is that kids have enormous numbers of these mild Corona viruses, cause that's the typical cold virus. Kids are the ones who get cold. You go to kindergarten, you come back with a cold, so they may have some immunity from having somewhat similar. But mild virus is circulating in the child population, whereas all of us who had those viruses is kids. Our immunity had, those has waned. And now we have a new Corona virus. Army systems just not prepared. Yeah, we're susceptible to it. The people who are getting sick and hospitalized, basically people from 30 on up.

    Most of the people in the hospitals are between 30 and 79 the Chinese said.

    Now the people who die.

    is basically the older you are, the more likely you are to die.

  • Wednesday, Mar 25, 2020

    ‘Raring to Go by Easter’

    Last week, President Trump sounded newly serious about combating the Corona virus. ... Carly, I can tell you that Attn no point as the White House Corona virus task force discussed what some people call a nationwide locked down. ... Which is that while we have to take the Corona virus seriously.

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    ‘Raring to Go by Easter’
    from The New York Times. Unlikable borrow. This is the daily.

    Last week, President Trump sounded newly serious about combating the Corona virus.

    calling himself a quote war time president.

    Maggie Haberman on why, days later and with the situation only worsening.

    the president is abandoned. That message.

    It's Wednesday, March 25th.

    Hello, guys.

    Hi. Hi.

    Maggie. It is Tuesday afternoon. Can you tell us about what just happened on the Fox News generals.

    Over the next two hours, the president, the vice president and the officials tasked with leading our nation's response on the virus pandemic will join us to answer your questions. All across America, we just saw.

    Vice President Mike Pence and President Trump sit for two hours of a town hall meeting virtual town hall, meeting with Fox News from the White House, where they took questions by remote.

    I think a lot of us right now, our disciplinary What is the potential for a national stay at home order? Is this something that America to be seeing in our near future.

    Hence answered a bunch of questions. First.

    Carly, I can tell you that Attn no point as the White House Corona virus task force discussed what some people call a nationwide locked down.

    Then President Trump came on for the second. Our.

    our people are full of vim and vigor and energy. They don't want to be locked into a house or an apartment or some space. It's not for a country it would not were not built that way.

    And his message was even louder of a message that he's been delivering for the last day or so. Which is that while we have to take the Corona virus seriously.