National Institute Of Health, New Orleans, New York City discussed on CATS Roundtable

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Diseases at the National Institute of Health. Good Morning Vouch. How are you this morning? I'm John How you doing. I'm doing well. I tested negative twice for the virus so I'm doing well. How are you? Find you know? A lot happening a lot to do running a little bit on fumes, but we would define. We're doing fine. Can you give it up of what's going on? Yeah, you know. Do. A complicated in general going better. John I mean in general. If you look at the country as a whole in in many areas, we're starting to see not only a flattening out, but a demonstration of cases the number of deaths. Continue to come down. some places unfortunately are having increases and affection, hopefully with good inadequate identification, isolation and contact tracing. That will be able to get a handle on that and prevent them from becoming really a resurgence of infection. But when you get places like New York City. You know they had a really really bad, but they're doing much much better right now. New Orleans had got hit pretty badly doing much much better right now, so those things are still active. Obviously, we're still in the middle of an outbreak. We're cautiously optimistic that things are going in their direction. Hopefully, that doesn't change. The, one question. A lot of Americans are asking and I. Know We've been through hell the last. Four five six months. Is Do you feel betrayed. By some of your friends in China I know you're French for. You probably France friends were ten twenty years. Do you feel betrayed? You pick the. They didn't tell you everything. Well. I don't feel betrayed by the people that are my friends, my scientific colleagues. That I've dealt with over. You know more than ten twenty thirty years over the years with many of them, but I think the Chinese authorities that did not allow the scientists to speak out.

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