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The Doctor that Changed the World
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an internship with jonah salty american get medical researcher noted for the discovery in development of the meal maxine andy he has created over one hundred and fifty product of an out i got about a bronze metal as in two thousand three utah winter games an yes he is eight best selling author so please welcome to the connie five show doctor gordon patterson said thank you i'm glad to be here all right so okay you you've done all of these other amazing doctors stuff they utah winter games oh what did you what room what were you in when he bet we like we like the high guy like scare away well there might be amazing to you but it was speed skating okay speed skating wasn't a natural thing to me it was because three years earlier i had gone to the doctors end i had dislike vertigo and i couldn't hear act straight flu like symptoms okay me from one table to the next and they dropped me my back landed on the wheel of the gurney i woke up with a broken back paralyzed from the waist down in for the next three years i rehab rehab rehab rehab part of it was ice skating just strengthen my back without you know low impact ice skating in next thing i know i'm keeping up with everybody that's going around in circles with me oh my god i i i was gonna say adrenaline rush because you know it but wow what a story oh wow to to end up on the gurney flora to oh i know i watched the games well everybody has a story from up from the ashes true i think that everybody that's listening listening knows that that may be one of the biggest turning points in their life and it might be a financial up from the ashes of some of my partners will tell me that their biggest learning moment came when they became bankrupt gyms in one endeavor or another you learn what they could have learned any other way so up from the ashes is very valuable i totally i totally agree with you oh when i lost my hey my position as ceo of the girl scouts in pennsylvania i i i was crushed i i was devastated but it forced me to take a look at the gifted i had but i never truly been recognized up my selves and then turn that around in after a lotta margarita but then turn that around and say okay i won't i i have all of these skills what what am i gonna do that so yeah i mean knocked out some of the greatest achievement have come from the greatest failures yeah there's no question about it as long as we have the right attitude we could learn from any experience right absolutely and now i go back on i say thank you for doing that because now i have my own company for the last twelve years so you're all of these doctorate degrees a board certified intact aging regenerative medicine i mean really like what is that were the core message you're you're court passion that that you do well i had a great need my older brother got crohn's disease sees in he only seventeen years of age and i have a sixteen and the doctor said we've done everything we can do it early unless you could find an alternate chip and that were alternative chip read it in my head in it drove me to madison it drove me immunology because male body could certainly fix it if it was tuned to the right way i know in traditional medicine and then all these different disciplines in medicine i learned none of them have all the answers and so i continued to get each certificate in each degree in each discipline specifically the help my family because we have my mom had thyroid cancer at thirty thirty three to stir had die right chancer at thirty three my aunt that they ride cancer at thirty three my grandmother all of the family members mile having this need i started going to look where i knew most tell and now i'm in a place where everyone that listens to me yet to be a part of my family that's the way i see it but i i i'm i'm smiling i'm chuckling actually because i have a very large family in every way is either been cancer diabetes heart disease something at i remember sitting around the table with my cousins one time is that a family funeral one cousin said is we were talking about like are kids where they're going off the school in college an i have five and then my cousin saying i hope one of them become the doctor i mean need winding down like you're the doctor that guy near fifty i'm like yeah in it and works that way very well my brother is sixty he's still alive he's had a healthy career and we've kept well far beyond just normal medicine well it is a natural pathak medicine a mile that natural pathak medicine i mean i know that's where i've gone even for you know for myself do you see that really as a way that many people should be going nap out i'm more of a natural natural healing natural medicine rather they go get another bell at the well as one of those doctors i see that they have the intention of using everything natural that they possibly can but in the last two years they've started allowing natural pathak doctors to prescribe anna biotics and other medications in so while natural pathak medicine is on a good path night it's gonna have to continue to keep balance because right now the people trust naturopathic doctors who more than they do the traditional doctors in a lot of that is because drugs don't always do something good we always have that list of horrible horrible adverse side effects you know the why do you think of that commercials think it's something you saw in the commercial right on the most horrible thing you could think of and they were saying about the medicine yeah oh yeah good takes a bite but it will cause liver disease heart disease disease 'em so you know i i mean the list goes that i heard one yesterday at i twenty different side effects and my husband looked at me and he's like i wouldn't take that people wanna wanna mind it always shocks me is that there is a medication out there that has a side effect of sexual dwarfism then i went what the heck is this a humorous no it's not humorous this means that you're sex oregon shrink and i thought you know what i'm not taking that bill yeah right right way down the guys like now we went and i agora wait on the other side so you have a book yes i have many books but a a the one you're probably talking about has to do a silver on my correct that's correct that is correct yeah i was i was checking at alice stockton yeah so it's 'em when you talk about alkaline structured shared sylmar so so what so what is that that so i was i was interested in what that was all about well silver destroys bacteria viruses and east and it comes in a liquid we make it is in jail we make it as a lotion us so we even have it in lozenge form i have one in my mouth right now because i love the little silver particles destroying bacteria viruses in east in my mouth and my sinuses in so silver became very very very interesting to me when i saw it first work in the emergency room onen in since bottom that had diaper rash in in less than an hour the whole cash was gone and i said wait a minute there's something here that is more than just a pharmaceutical product an i started learning more about the natural path think a component so silver and how it worked on the body andy in the body well i know it's a healing component to it because i i was introduced to it myself i dunno maybe five some years ago 'em i had some surgery in it wasn't healing and they actually use film or to closed up closed up that will become the clouds well think about this silver destroys bacteria viruses late you're infection has been stopped and it mobilizes be immune system who made themselves and those were the natural cells of the immune system the ills year wounds and dust up with much less scarring and the inlets in much less on knowing that natural healer okay okay 'cause i was like using what two years oh well that that's pretty neat so what about what about aging i wasn't i forget about that guy aging coming in what happens with this is very simple you're immune system is designed to destroy or isolate anything that's foreign coming into your body but the part of the immune system we always don't pay attention to is the other part of the immune system that rebuilt and regenerate cells in restores tissues to their normal function labs anti aging component of your immune system but but we're under attack from so many bacteria so much of our air has viruses in it so much about water and foods have you stay in it that are body is under continuous attack so are immune system prioritizes ties is fighting the medical emergency first and we kind of forget about that anti aging component until we get these components of a medical immune of of emergency under control so what that means is silver subway the workload oven overworked immune system by destroying bacteria viruses in east now the immune system can go ahead and do it the anti aging capacity in other exactly what it was designed to do restoring the cell no cook very cool let's take a quick break when we come back i wanna talk about some 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big one for you but what what is somebody other products that you have out there well i have on my desk they structured out golden silver just because i drink this liquid to teach those twice a day you keep the germs in my mouth down in it circulates through my body then it pools in my bladder where it destroys germs there as well janet shorter whole body to destroy bacteria viruses andy snow drug couldn't do anything like that and this is all natural then i love the silver jail my gosh you wanna talk about a business opportunity silver jail is eight liquid clear in jail and it looks and feels like k y jelly you know the personal lubricant miss a silver particles in it that are so tiny you can't see them but they stay behind in destroy bacteria viruses in east that cost sexually transmitted infections so this is one of the most wonderful tools you can use on your hands like a hand sanitizer right now put on your face is an anti aging device or it could be used as a personal lubricant in from a business point of view those are huge needs in the world in fact one month ago f d h band band yes i said ban twenty eight of the thirty one ingredients found in hand sanitizers because they don't do do what they say in the process are hospitals are filled with all these hospital acquired infections because they think it's doing everything they say it was going to do instead you got medical schools out there may jesting silver so we have the liquid we have the jail this is my favorite i think these are silver lozenges please give the person in immediate response this is an immediate action in your body and you suck on it or just but this lozenge in her mouth end the silver works in your mouth and in your body as well who they are sugarfree if you'd like or five other favorite flavors on here honey lamin this isn't organic honey landman silver lozenge that works in a way that people will try and you know you gotta get people feel something are having experienced with the business boy that's the one liquid gel ocean soap hope in lozenges which will how nobody in immediate response right you know you're they advance egypt changing their mind by giving them inexperienced rather than out in them to death by right i love that i i mean i imagine get any ascend this case is over all right so we've got so why do people find out where can people get a case romeo my doctor suggests dot com and it's all spelled out in y d o c t o r s u g g e s t am my doctor suggests dot com i've got a website there in there's over two hundred videos very short get right to the point what it's for how it works those kind of important informative information but i also have several of my books that i've written and i think i have one here end a prince since this is a book for women's health an books for pet health there's bugs or silver miracles that if you go to my website right after this show scroll down see this book click on it digitally it comes to free right now on your computer so we feel strong enough to get this cars out there it's important information out there that will just give me the book for free an i hope that helps what's the cause i know i've been to africa and i've been all these different places and this is a very important calls wow wow we get you in taloqan cr and get you out speaking on this but i could just think about it in a number of groups and number of organizations that we work which that would love to have these products there for for their people when we get to that later oh oh judy you gotta be going now man i get so you're opportunities imagine that think about this if you're a listener i have a product that i took the africa and it's all natural and i taught me orphanages how to make it and they were able to produce silver this liquid form when i tested in clinical trials after for clinical trials and all the different labs in hospitals this came out to destroy malaria one hundred percent in i have any case an pneumonia urinary tract infections and other problems along the way imagine this imagine if you had somebody who is a little bit of a celebrity and they want it to go back to their hometown of africa and they wanna take something that would change their live 's and we were able to go into one of these cities and we were able to share this with all the people you know what it doesn't take very long before in five days five days these were getting benefits throughout the whole community an they can be a spokesperson for the community in a way that will boost your support that pr is so important and i'd love to help you do that i've done that myself that's what i'm talking about a mission trip yeah that's what i'm talking about it for next year aware without agency you know what the folks that we represent any agency so we're actually talking about mission trip next year so we've already started that conversation so we definitely definitely yeah do you put that in is that something you would put in the water it doesn't require anything except that exist i was out there that looks just like water acceptance got a little bit of a silver chance to in hey drink this and it doesn't have a older doesn't have a flavor and because it destroys bacteria in east indian cause of owners you spray it on stinky tennis shoes you wipe out the cause of the older wow i mentioned all the other benefits oh my you go in and go and i got you go regime represent row eighty keep going because of already outside a so so answered these couple of questions will will keep mature at i think we already know this answer so finish finish sentence which is i am unstoppable be cause because i have a cause that i won't stop for any other objection i'm just gonna finish it i mean i mean we just hear that that that passion 'em you know with everything everything that you're doing so you've had so many so many great great great achievement and we talked we talked a little bit earlier about you know are greatest failures are disappointment become are greatest achievements 'em so what was that i know you mentioned your brother and some family health issues so what was that greatest learning and i don't like using the word failure what what what was that greatest learning for you that took you down this path of healing a i mean really i mean what you're doing i mean you healing the world like let's put a blanket on the world let's just healty well i think it was actually in the process of learning in history a i'm a student of history because i believe that everybody else's mistakes will save me from making the same mistake over if i could learn about it so historically i looked at silver a thousand years ago they used it in their milk container so the milk didn't go that five hundred years ago they were using it against the play an people were going how did they used it silverware pure silver silverware silver cops silver mugs and they didn't know they had a bacterial infection called the link they just louis killing people eight where silverware where off silver plates and cups they didn't die and there's where the cliche was born she was born with a silver spoon in their mouth came from because these families had enough money to buy silver to eat off of the and they didn't die from the play i see it in nasa nasa sense silver up in outer space 'cause they know they don't have doctors now used a silver in the air purifiers in their water purifiers my gosh i just so inspired fired by history wow wow i love that a history buff myself so i i love that you're really into that you know that piece of it that component of it so will you ever be satisfied i'm always satisfied and i we celebrate even the smallest accomplishments but then the next day i start all over again and don't dwell on too long so so if if you had a t shirt what would you but if you could put anything on that t shirt what what would it be i'm sure you make a good decision because i believe in everybody's wellness is based on their own agency mm wow wow so that's all i have today how i keep asking taken i tell you the story i want you to finish tell us the story again where people can learn in find out about you i just i i met i met my doctor suggests dot com but let me tell you a story it will boost my own ego for a moment if that's okay got ready so fun i went to africa i published a cure for malaria it was also valuable for all these other different issues were bacterial and viral is well and i presented those facts in england at a big convention and medical convention in the people in charge of that convention where the malaria foundation well the people in charge of the malaria foundation or prince charles prince harry nelson mandela in their prime minister new england well i finished presenting this information showed pictures of the children the word dying every day that now are living in back in school five days an i got a package about two weeks after i presented this and it was a one foot by one foot cube box in heavy emblem of buckingham palace on it in my office were so excited they tour that box open and what they found inside were four of my books documenting silvers benefit in this study that i had just done an the request that i went autograph all of them one her nelson mandela one for prince charles one from prince harry and one for their prime minister i thought my gosh sharing what i know about silver i get the autograph to these big icons in the world in i want you know when you know how to use silver and you start sharing it with other people maybe ferrari urinary tract infection or something in the cold and flu season when you share it with somebody they'll come back to you and thank you for it you'll feel the same way i did when i got this box from buckingham palace and i know that emotion and it's so nice to be able to help people and this is one of the finest that i know can do so yeah i mean just just to be recognized highest for that yeah definitely keep that away well it feels good but but i bet the best thing is just see people get well absolutely absolutely so and again to find out more about you and program drip products go to my doctor suggests dot com yes ma'am okay well i wanna thank you for being here the word that you were doing a it's just a phenomenal and an end will definitely get back and judy anti aging a by a doctor but the garden better so they get my doctor suggests dot com you could learn more about emitted his work there an everything he's doing going around silver and how that can haley is so again thank you for being here my pleasure thanks everybody well that's all we have for today 'em and again thank you thank you thank you thank you all for being here at taking are showed a number one at each in each and every week every month a more we continue to grow and it's all because you are here with this and i am connie fife an eye andy unstoppable diva and if you want to do some advertising on her show 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"And you are listening to the Corona Virus Taskforce Briefing President Trump just answering a question there about Iran There's been back and forth of course Dr Burks has been. They're taking some questions. Along with the vice. President Jared Kushner also appeared at the briefing along with Peter Navarro And they are giving the latest update just talking about testing there as well and why a lot of people are still waiting for tests This comes on a day. Where of course You have more deaths and an increase in the number of cases right now. Five thousand eight hundred deaths related to corona virus in the United States. The death toll fifty two thousand worldwide known deaths and more than one million detected cases worldwide. John King John Harwood Daniel. Dale are all here in a few moments. We'll be joined as well by Dr Sanjay. Gupta let me just ask you first though. John King You're the president. Obviously taking a lot of questions they're the majority of them going to the president But testing just did just come up and you heard Dr Burks. Basically admitting a lot of people are still waiting and this whole you get your results in fifteen minutes like the president did that is not the reality on the ground for many many Americans. Though it is not an issue is answering those questions. She also said we have to change that slope. From Dr Burke saying France Italy Germany beginning to show effort that social distancing other message beginning to choke their curves in the right direction. The United States earned still going in the wrong direction and the point you made about testing part of a briefing in which we begin to see proof that the administration gets even though they don't like to say it so candidly that they still have big problems. Jared Kushner being that Bruce Briefing. He's the president's firemen. The president's trouble shooter the President Calls Him when he's taking incoming he's been taking a lot of incoming from governors and others about the performance of Fema than other federal officials. So Jared Kushner is there to say. I'm trying to help the president clear up these supply issues. They bring in an admiral to try to help. Fema streamline streamline logistics and the delivery but to your point about tested Deborah Burke says it's getting better but there are still a lot of people waiting. It was one month ago. The president said one month ago on March six. Anybody wants to test and get a test. Presences month ago We're still nowhere close to having enough test that never mind. Could anybody wants to test a test just for the tests that the states need to try to get a better sample of. How bad is our problem? That's one big issue. The other thing I wanNA know is the Defense Production Act. The president has resisted for weeks and weeks and weeks. He has taken small modest steps today. He's essentially government takeover. The supply chain prevent parts for ventilators. Because they understand they are behind the curve they the domestic they were trying to sans. We finally get it. We're GONNA do this. The question is can they do it fast enough as you go state by state and look at the crunch on the hospitals? Can they do it fast because as we speak tonight there are not enough ventilators in the United States of America to meet? What is coming in a week or three no it? It certainly seems that way and it also seemed obvious for quite some time that you needed a central point person when states competing with each other To get the very same supplies and the people who wanted to provide supplies not even knowing who to call or and the states knowing who to call on their side then the issue is tonight. John Harwood Peter Navarro. Who's supposed to be running that you the Admiral gain from FEMA. Who's supposed to be running that? And then you had jared Kushner who now says he's running that And yes. He's the president's troubleshooter. He also does lack any sort of background in anything to do with procurement or logistics or supply chain management. Just to state the obvious. So you then John Harwood. Is there fixing this yet? Three people now who are theoretically in charge on that platform and of course. The Question Raises Aaron. His whether they are in fact fixing it. Let's just step back and remember four years ago when Donald Trump was running for President Jeb Bush. You ran in the Republican primary against him said you're a chaos candidate and you'll be chaos president. We've seen a lot of chaos during the first three years of the trump administration. And what you have to wonder is that even now. When the stakes are highest economically for life and death one hundred thousand Americans now projected in a best case to lose their lives. Are we seeing more chaos here? We've we've had. Hhs and Alex as our Be in charge of this effort. You've had Then Vice President Pence by then had female injected. Now you have jared Kushner coming in and saying you know. The president talked to one of his friends on the phone about New York and said they're short of in ninety five so I called the head of a hospital I and and now I'm shipping him in ninety five masks well hospitals around the country. Hundreds of hospitals around the country are begging for this kind of equipment. They have been for weeks the idea. It takes a phone call from one of the President's friends to make this happen. That underscores the problem. Not The solution and certainly Daniel Day. You know there was that anecdote from jared Kushner. Basically which was you know. I I guess intended to show that you know once you get the president's attention he'll make it happen. That's a level of micromanagement of course which as John Points out is very ineffective you then at Peter Navarro get up and go on on a very long story that was essentially the same thing You know that the president was able to just make a couple of phone calls and get get supplies where they needed to get. It almost seems to be a requirement. If you're going to speak at trump press conference at pure alongside the president you have to lavish him with praise. That many previous presidents might have seen as over the top. We know that this president like many of us but probably more so enjoys being complemented in public. Just a few facts backtrack city. I was very important that the president continues to give people medical advice that is dubious at best in talking today about masks. He said that in many cases using a scarf can be better than using an actual. Fda approved mass because he said it's thicker and other stuff more. Study studying to be done on the effectiveness of various kinds of devices against this virus. But that advice is not what the CDC says the CDC says that things like scarves bandannas. Our last resort options for healthcare workers. They have not been proven effective. So if you're considering wearing a scarf over mass because the president told you to please don't well I mean right and I'm GonNa have Sanjay about that in just a moment as well. I mean just as to where that sort of a claim would come from John King. In the meantime the president did just say that. They're looking at a lot of different bands in response to a question about Japan Barring people from the United States Americans coming in Whether he would reply in kind his response was well. We've done more bands than anybody. And of course he actually went all the way back to the The original Muslim ban When he came into office but Does that prestage even more bands coming in terms of transit and travel. The issue of the band is if you see someplace around the world that has a growing problem you want to limit Input from their citizens in coming from their citizens but when the president says we're looking at that that has become early the administration. He said he would often say we'll have something in two weeks. We'll have something in two weeks. We'll have something in two weeks. Which was his way of pushing it aside. He says that these briefings all the time we will look at it but back to the the point you made. The president. Did after being urged by Senator Tom Cotton and others in Congress who saw this problem way for the administration did To He did he did. He deserves credit for the travel brand on China earlier and he was criticized for Chuck. Schumer called him a racist and then deleted the tweet for that. He deserved credit for that. The issue though when you go through this and then he does the European band later and again a lot of the public health experts. Tell you look at what was happening in Italy. Spain and elsewhere there was some holes in it I get it but that it was a wise move. It was a piece of the issue. Erin everything else. The issue is not he his reflexes. You're telling me to ban travel from four nation. I will do that The question is when he banned the trout before a nation. At that moment. If you'd said that's a sign we have a problem coming. Let's ramp attesting paradigm. Let's let's how many ventilators do we have? The is it enough other ones we have have. They been maintained. Let's put all the states on alert. Let's pick up whether it's jared Kushner in charge pick. Who's in charge? Put somebody in charge and start this back in January or early February. We'd be having a different conversation tonight. They didn't minimize this for months. Even though he did he did implement that China banned. All right thank you all very much and I want to just bring in. Sanjay now Dr Sanjay Gupta Sanjay. I want to give you a chaser. Spaniard Daniel Dale just brought up the point of what president trump said about masks where he was asked about whether they were gonNA do a formal. You know telling. Americans to wear masks and trump's response was you could use a scarf and he said in many cases a scarf is better. It's thicker that's the exact quote Is that true well? I don't know that it's any any better because it's thicker but I think you know that there's a there's a fundamental point that I think Is Different here versus masks for example in hospitals or healthcare settings? I think what has changed here? Erin and the reason that the you know you hear the mayor now recommending mask I think I think mayor de Blasio also recommending mass where people going out in public it is. It's because of this idea. Now that people who are symptomatic not knowing that they you know not having any symptoms not knowing if they have the virus could still be spreading so these are not hospital grade math that we're talking about the surgical mask or the end ninety five masks but rather some sort of cloth mask to where when you out in public because you're trying to protect other people from you as opposed to in hospitals were healthcare workers where they're trying to protect themselves from the patient who may be putting a lot of virus into the air so it's a different thing if you wear a mask and maybe you have virus in your in your nose or throat. You maybe a sort of reducing at least the amount of virus you're putting into the environment. I think that's what's driving this thinking. It's a little bit opposite. I think than the way people thought about masks again. It's not to protect yourself. It's to protect others from you right and and and That's I think what I think. That's what the the You know. President trump has talked really. Well said that you say that because I do think you know because America's not a culturally a mask society you know You know anytime you travel in Asia. Our mask societies right. They see it differently. Here there is sort of you know maybe maybe people feel. What do you say about me? When it's real you know when they see someone else wearing it to your point that you would be wearing it to protect others from yourself Something that perhaps the people think about it more of the they might feel differently. But you know part of this. I think assange we've known it can spread a symptomatically but what seems to be. Perhaps new is that Experts are now telling the White House that it can be spread by just talking or even by breathing which is is not what we had heard so that is that is that really a new thing here and and and why would we just that now. Yeah no well this as you know. Aaron came from a letter that was given to the White House based on some some research. But you know I. I've spoken to many of my contacts and and even spoke to Dr Fouled. She about this a little bit and you know he hears I think another way to think about it is that we have essentially been saying this all along. I mean if you don't have symptoms and you're still spreading it. How are you spreading it just through your three your breath and you're not coughing or sneezing viral particles out? You're just basically the viral particles are in the back of your throat and your nose and just through daily activities of life talking breathing here. You're releasing a little bit of virus into the air. I will say this I it is it is true. I mean the science I think is pretty clear. Now that can happen. But how much is that? Really driving the spread of this It's probably a lot less than than someone who's clearly symptomatic. Those are the people were probably really driving the majority of spread it. It's something to be aware of and obviously we're doing everything we can. People want to do everything we can. To to mitigate slow down the spread of this virus so this is another step and another thing to be aware of right certainly And one that will cause some concern among all right. I mean I guess in a sense when you think about it when we hear them. We're going to talk to someone you know later in the show you know the number of people who are getting this from parties or you know casuals group settings choirs. It's clear that what you're saying is true but but You know hearing it. Nonetheless is is quite sobering and it comes on as one of the death toll models at the White House has been giving. They're talking about these briefings was just revised upwards. They had originally projected eighty two thousand deaths by August. They're now projecting ninety three thousand five hundred again. These are projections. They're not any better than the inputs that they have right. And that is a crucial caveat now because everything is an assumption but wh what has changed why would that change so quickly well. It's really interesting and we spent a lot of time looking at these models and spoke to Chris Chris. Murray who who who developed these models at the University of Washington? You know what's Interesting Erin? Is that you're putting in new inputs every day and one of the things as I think you and I talked about last night that is fundamental to these models. Is that by the end of this week by Friday. Tomorrow you have to have every state would stay at home orders. That was I if the these numbers would only be around what they are. You know. Eighty to ninety thousand If you actually had stay at home orders in every state every day that goes by where you don't have those and they're still several states that don't have some of declared it but have implemented it yet. It drives up the numbers so that was one thing but in addition when you really dug into those numbers as we did today you found that the critical shortage of hospital beds in. Icu BEDS WHAT. They predict those shortfalls. We'll be also went up air and so you know Impart if you're saying look we don't have enough. Icu beds for the patients. Who are going to need them. That means there's patients who aren't going to get the care that could save their lives and sadly that drives up these these mortality numbers as well so the two things are going hand in hand they may bounce around a bit As we hear as some of these hospitals or developing surge capacity and we're seeing field hospitals Near you and New York City but right now you know th they're not going in the right direction all right. Sanjay thank you very much. And don't Miss Sanjay's because he's GonNa be here In the top of the hour for the Global Corona virus. Townhall along with a governor Cuomo and Dr Faucher and next a reporter covering the krona virus may have infected at least six people at our nine year. Old Mother's birthday party to people at that party have died but she wants to speak to you. Because there's something she wants everyone to know about this virus tonight plus breaking news. The cruise ship with passengers who have corona virus has docked in Florida the lengths that Fort Lauderdale is going to tonight to keep people safe and update. You don't WanNa miss to a story. We first brought you yesterday. You're going to pay this eleven hundred dollar rent. I don't know when you're scared. You don't see nothing but fear you're about to see Zacchaeus O.`Neil like you've never seen him before the show about my life just because I have more than the average guy as a main. I'm better than they over. Scott Shack like all new Thursdays at nine on TNT as the corona virus pandemic has four schools across the country to close teachers are scrambling to get their curriculum and their students online. I'm poppy harlow in this week. On boss files. I talked to two leaders who are supporting those teachers students and their parents during this crisis Russia Johnny the founder and CEO of girls who code and Joe Holland the CEO of teachers pay teachers. They talk to me about how their organizations are working to help the most vulnerable students during this uncertain time. You can listen to the latest episode of Boss Files. Wherever you get your podcasts tonight. The number of reported Corona virus deaths in New Jersey only second to New York. At least two of those deaths and six other cases linked to a ninety year. Old's birthday party a radio reporter who was covering the outbreak in new Rochelle. New York. Remember when when that was where the outbreak was. Just outside New York City She threw the party for her mother and she didn't know she had the virus. She has since tested positive Her mother and father also tested positive and her mother's best friend was among the two people who died after that party Out Front now w our radios. Alice Stockton Rossini and Alice Look this is a. This is a tragic story and a really upsetting story. I I I just want to give you a chance to tell it you had a party. March eighth for your mom at a church. Twenty-five of her friends were there. Things seemed okay you. Obviously we're not sick. What happened in the next few days the day after the party? My mother got really sick and she didn't have symptoms that were like any other symptoms. We had heard about There was you know congestion but she was throwing up. She had a really high fever. She was sick for several days and finally when her fevers spiked. To one hundred two. We took her to the hospital. She stayed in the hospital for it seemed like forever four days and she tested positive for corona virus. She was the first test positive for corona virus at Southern Ocean County Hospital and it was at that point. The health department reached out to me and dawned on that there was a good chance having been in West Chester several times since the Manhattan lawyer had tested positive in the beginning of March and he was the first case in Manhattan. That there was a good chance that I had brought it home and brought it to our congregation at all. I can say is that at that point. We did not know how how quickly this virus spread even reporters like myself. Were saying you know more people die of the flow. It's not going to be much worse than that. We don't WANNA make a big deal out of nothing and we quickly found out that it was a big deal that it spreads very quickly and that social distancing has proven to be the way to control it in within a week seven people in the Church had tested positive. And and they as you said six cases your your parents and two of those Two of those people who are at the party died I mean. Did it ever occur you? Alice during the party. And obviously I know the answer this question but I just want to give you a sense because I think there are a lot of people out there who still may think things like this are okay or things that they can't have it. Did it ever occur to you that the virus could be present and being transmitted? Had No symptoms. You had been covering it but did it ever even cross your mind not not not not even you know. It was the first Sunday that the pastor suggested that instead of sharing the piece that we do a fist bump. That was the. We were like just to be safe. That's what we were going to do now now. Social gatherings were not bad at that point. I had no idea how quickly this virus would spread. No idea at all and it is frightening and it is sobering. And it's not fun to have to live with the fact that you could make someone extremely sick. You don't realize okay so it's obvious. There were older people in the church but my next door neighbor wasn't that she had a compromised immune system if you don't WanNa social distance because it's making your life miserable. Think about the people that you don't realize might have a compromised immune system. My brother-in-law was not at the party. If since contracted the virus he is on a ventilator in a hospital in New York City. He's fifty six years old so I mean who knew that. He was so compromised that he was going to get so sick and the other thing. Is you think the symptoms are a sore throat. You think it's a cough. You think it's congestion. No one in my family and now every member of my family has tested positive except for my sign. That's five members of my family tested positive. Not all of us had the same symptoms. They really have to test people that are having a variety of symptoms not just the big three fever and cough and with lethargy. I appreciate your your talking out. I know it's hard I I look. I don't know I don't know how to describe how you how you feel about what happened but I hope that people listen to you and and change if they are still making these mistakes and change I I I know that that is what you hope. And while you're speaking out thank you very much. I'm Tony Shibani and I'm Aubrey Edwards. And we've got brandy roads on a w unrestricted dusty was the first to tell cody. Hey there's this new girl she's really cool. You should check her out flower Blah Blah Blah and. It was right. Listen and subscribe to. Aws unrestricted for free. Wherever you get your podcast stone know if I'm ready to face the world of my own Tracy Lord in his backyard. Low wraparound edging. Tiffany Haddish is back with. We support one another. Everything is going to be okay. The last Oh own new Tuesdays at ten thirty nine thirty central on TBS. And I want to. Dr Jonathan Reiner who advised the White House medical team for eight years under President George Bush. He's the director of the CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LAB at George Washington University Hospital. Obviously Dr Reiner. We've talked about people who presented themselves with unexpected symptoms as in heart attack symptoms. But when you hear Alice's story I mean what what stands out to you? I mean I think one of the things here is that we have heard multiple stories and we've had multiple people on this show. You know go to a party. Nobody had symptoms. You know forty percent of the people of the party have it or forty people at a dinner party in Westport and they have it or acquire and everybody gets it and now we're seeing it again. It's clearly spreads a lot more easily in some settings than people expect doesn't it? Oh yeah you know there was an interesting Study that just came out of Iceland. I some does a pretty small and very contained country and they can do a lot of testing in a very quick period of time and they tested an enormous population. They tested about five percent of the entire population of Iceland. And what they found. Is that half of the people who tested positive for covert nineteen as symptomatic think for that fifty percent and The those results have been replicated in other places so we think a large proportion of patients who are positive for the virus have either mild symptoms or no symptoms at all or sometimes odd symptoms and those folks can transmit the virus. So this is reason. Why social distancing and selfies isolation is so crucial? Well I mean I think what Alice said it brings it home right. I mean she. She was covering the story You know at the time did not doing anything that you weren't supposed to be doing you know in her personal life but I mean for people just to try to comprehend what came out of that. I mean her parents now are going to be okay but two people died And and and and I and I think a lot of people. Just don't don't understand how how serious this can be. I want to ask you about something on that point. She didn't get a chance to talk about it but she did. Say The the malaria drug hydroxy chloroquine. helped her parents were cover when she was talking to. Us earlier I know another family. They believe. That's what turned it around for their three brothers and their mother again. A whole `nother family unit that was infected. You're cautious though. Tell us why first of all about ninety eight percent of people who contract the virus are going to recover and because such a huge proportion of people will will survive the virus. It's very hard to know from any kind of individual experience What the effect of the drug is because most people are going to survive. And if you're given a drug which you know you're told Miracle Drug and you survive. Obviously it's normal to attributed to the drug in in the press in the past week published online was a very small study from China looking at only about sixty two patients which seemed to suggest. Perhaps an advantage. Small vantage onto treating folks with hydroxy clerk. Quinn and As mice and we need to replicate this in a large number of patients and because the virus is just rampant now and we have so many people contracting the disease we have the ability to acquire this data in a very short period of time and the NIH and other centers are actively doing that this now. The other issue drug Aaron is that it has toxicity. You can hurt somebody taking the drug. There are specific cardiac toxicities that can result in death. So this is not something that you know. It's not like a bowl of chicken soup. You know my mom used to say it couldn't hurt. This can hurt so we really need the studies to prove that it is both safe and effective before we roll it out on a national basis as standard treatment for Kobe. Nineteen all right. Well Dr Reiner. Thank you very much. Thank you for raising those cardiac issues. Because I think it's important. You know people people do here right because obviously the president talks about this as a possible game changer and You know we. We need to know about those risks. Thank you very much sir. Next Florida's governor who finally issued a statewide stay at home order now overriding tougher guidelines that some communities in his state already had in place. 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Florida's governor signing an executive order that blocks local governments from pacing tougher restrictions to slow the spread of Corona virus. The state was one of the last implemented. Stay at home order. And it doesn't even go into effect until midnight tonight. Rosa Flores is out front. And where's it? What's what's interesting about this governor. The Santa's seems actually you know enduring the stay at home order overriding. Some way. More stringent policies that were already in place in communities across the state going on in Aaron. You're absolutely right and this is an about face by Governor Rhonda Santa's because very early on. He had said that it was going to be up to localities. Two cities and counties to make the decisions To restrictions. To Stop the corona virus was created. The patchwork across the state will now. He's coming in big footing all of these localities overriding these local orders. And at least one of those orders got national attention just a few days ago because a pastor in Hillsborough County was arrested for holding church services in spite of social distancing orders and now this new order has created a lot of confusion but one thing is very clear. Erin I just got off the phone with the DA's office in Hillsborough County and they tell me that the pending charges. The investigation against his pastor is going to move forward because here. This the governor's order is not retroactive. Because this happened before the pending charges move forward which begs the question. Can this pastor just go back and hold church services again? I asked that question to the governor's office and I have not heard back Erin. It is incredible to see what happens. And of course Florida's such a huge in crucial state So significant in this battle against the virus. Thank you very much. Rosa and tonight the race for a vaccine. So you know you've heard it right that nothing's going to be available for at least a year At this point what ten to sixteen months if you count every day since when they started talking about it one renowned epidemiologist though says that the wait time maybe much less than that. It's possible how so well he is out front now. Mark Lips Hitches back with me epidemiology professor at Harvard University It's good to have you with me again professor. So you've been studying this and then you're saying there could be a way to safely get a vaccine out In in way less time than than what anybody is put out there right that it could be months. I mean. Explain how this could happen where we to be clear. We're not placing an exact number on it because there are so many uncertainties and the idea that we have doesn't make vaccine work. It's only if the vaccine is a good vaccine and can be shown that way with the the approach that we're suggesting what we're suggesting is that As a way of testing how well the vaccine protects people. We invite individuals to volunteer If those people are people who are at high risk of getting the disease anyway getting infected anyway have not gotten it yet and our and our low risk for severe complications so young healthy people we invite those people to participate in a study where they would be either given the vaccine or a placebo substance and then challenged with a live virus with alive. Sars covy to virus To figure out whether the vaccine is protective such trials are known as controlled human challenge trials and there quicker and more efficient ways to an answer. So if you got an answer so again the F. is on what the vaccine is but let's say that you have one that's ready to go. How quick wh. How quickly would you be able to do a test on that group and if it works? How quickly would you now? Well again. There are so many uncertainties yet but we are not specifying. Exactly how many months would shave off but But the the strain of such a trial might be a couple of months or three months instead of the usual year or so that it takes to test whether a vaccine works or not by the typical usual methods that we use so could shave off evidence. Yeah I mean that would be. I mean you know who knows again. I KNOW UNDERSTAND. It depends on what the input is the vaccine. But if some of those reports are out there and you have something this summer you could be a few months away. I mean that would be dramatically. Different timeline if all that played out but I wanna ask you about another question professor because you point out how this would be done and how. It's an unusual way to do it right that you're GonNa have a group that doesn't get the vaccine in a group that is they're young they're healthy But then they're going to be exposed to the live virus. We do know that people of course in that age range You know twenty to forty five with no underlying health conditions have ended up with significant long term health impacts or died so Literally that that is a risk that people would be taking. Cracked is a risk that some people would be taking and this is why it would be done with volunteers it would be done with. Volunteers been fully informed of those risks. And it would be done In conditions where in fact they're they're changed their extra risk they're taking on would be relatively small because we would guarantee them under such a proposal that they have access to very good care which is not guaranteed for everyone at this stage and we would We would do everything possible to minimize the disease once. They showed signs of infection if they did. And this is the sort of thing if we a little more broadly We asked people and invite people to take on risk on behalf of others all the time. I just heard on the radio interview with Young Medical Student. Who's graduating early and has decided to go onto the wards early in a special program to try to help boost the medical capacity. She is volunteering to take on behalf of others and so. This is another way to do that. All right well. Look it's a fascinating concept. I think one that A lot of people thinking logistically and of course morally as well. Thank you very much professor upset. Good to talk to you again. And next to small business owner forced to lay off six hundred people but she is still trying to hold onto as many as she can and she is paying health care for her employees right now. How long. That's the big question? She's my guest plus an update. You do not want to miss on a story that we first brought you. Yesterday this woman was unable to pay her rent because she lost her job because of Corona Virus. We have a big update tonight. Tonight shattering a record six point six million applied for unemployment benefits last week. That is double the previous record of three point. Three million. Which of course was set the week before this means that nearly ten million Americans have lost their jobs over the past two weeks because of crow virus and a lot of those job losses have come from small businesses which have been forced to close their doors due to the shutdown out front. Now one of those people who had to lay off staff as her entire business shutdown Britney Ruby Miller is president of Jeff Ruby Culinary entertainment and Ruby you had to lay off six hundred employees still providing them with health insurance. So you know. Pretty Tommy about this. This has been your life building and running this company and your entire business essentially ended for the time being you ended up having to lay off nearly six hundred people a couple of weeks ago. I mean how hard was it to have to do that? To realize this is what it had come to well. It may get worse. It was my father founded. The He's seventy two years old and he built a legacy. He built an empire and my brothers. And I are in the business. And we've been in the business of for the past twenty years but watching my father cry re weeks ago when we laid off six hundred people and say this was the saddest day in his career. That really was the most emotional for me. He never had family growing up and his family were Restaurant People. And that's why we provided healthcare from the very beginning because he always said. I'm GonNa Take Care of my restaurant employs as if their family and So watching him right now when he should be his golden years and he still actively involved in the company extremely involved watching my father's say at a time that he really should peak In retirement say this is a Saturday. Career heartbreaking and you mentioned how important health benefits are. It's an amazing personal story. That because of your father or not having You know family how important that was for him. I Know Britney that you're paying health benefits for your employees through the end of June. Which was important for you to do that. I mean how are you paying for that? And how long can you do it? I mean it's it that's not going to be something you're able to do for an extended period of time. Nobody has a crystal ball when this thing is going to lift when we're GONNA allow guests back into our restaurants and and so for us we've been very very financially smart over the past You know however many years you wanna say but our cash flow was pretty good in the sense of listen This is affecting everybody but for us to be able to forecast we had to make some decisions and so we forecasted through June thirty S. God. Willing we're GONNA be able to open our doors by then and so. The decision really was quite simple When you look at your cash flow and you have to make some serious decisions. That's one that was a non-negotiable for us and does the the federal government. Bill does that help you at all as a small business. I can help you in a very specific tangible way. Thank you for asking. I think I think the cares act is a good start. I think it's critical that we sit back down at the table. I think the National Restaurant Association. So we're under the Ohio Restaurant Association. But it's not a cure all and people need to understand how critical the restaurant industry is not only to our communities but to the workforce we provide a service. We are fifty one percent of the food supply chain in America. We supply or I'm sorry that we employ twenty percents so ten percent of the Workforce Our restaurant folks but the leary businesses in the suppliers support that take it up to about twenty percent and no it's not. It's not as robust as we would like it and so I think as long as we've got a laundry list of things that we believe should be included in regards to there's A. There's a number of different issues whether it's the the length of the forgiveness The percentage of how much is going towards payroll versus other very critical costs for restaurants. That were not sittard I think that we really on behalf of restaurants we would ask. Please sit back down at the table with the National Restaurant Association and get inside the heads of restaurant folks When you consider how important the airline industry is and the bill. That was passed for them. Restaurants should be at the top of the list. And I'm not saying that airlines are not important. I'm saying restaurants are as important. I think all Americans would agree with you on that and thank you so very much. Britney I appreciate your time and we are rooting for you and wishing the best as well as your employees. I know they're grateful for one thing. Row Quick I think definitely important for people to support gift cards because that is an idiot capital that goes to restaurants and so where this package is dead. Still even though summit is sums getting forgiven if you can support if others can support gift card sales that's critical and that's really help will thank you for sharing that because that is a specific thing. I bet you a lot of people didn't know thank you very much. I appreciate your time and I want to give. I want our viewers update on a story that we brought you last night. our come la you may have been watching. She reported on the millions of people who were struggling to pay their rent and we do. Obviously rent was due due to kron virus. She spoke to one woman. She WanNa Anthony in Los Angeles. And here's her story. Did you lose your job? All of us lost because of Corona Virus Shawanni Anthony. She used to make enough a restaurant Rosa Mexicano to cover her Los Angeles apartment rent. Check out five hundred square feet thousand Ma. How are you going to pay this? Eleven hundred dollar rent. I don't know when you're scared. You don't see nothing but fear. Shoshana joins me now and Sh WANNA you know. That was an emotional moment and and and now here. We are Days past I mean how hard was it for you not to be able to pay your rent When it was due I to be honest it wasn't that hard. It will be very self-centered of me to think that I pay my rent knowing that I lost my job with probably thirty percent of people in America so I was able to call them and they didn't respond so that gave me confidence that maybe they understood that low. One Co pay rent at that time at this time and so you didn't get a response from them You know we did get a response Shawna and you know. I know our team called you today and said we wanted to follow up on some things And we do really have an update One of our viewers. Her name is von She's from Illinois and she saw you last night on the show She was moved and she reached out to us. She called US and she says she's GonNa pay your rent this month. Oh I'm very grateful. Thank you MS vine are really appreciate it Stock Right now overwhelmed but yet super grateful. I know look. I'm putting you on the spot. You didn't know this was going to happen but I know I know I know I know and I know that I look. I know people around the country are going through this This the same horrific thing but You know Tammi did not want to be on television. So as I said she she called us And she did have something specific though to say about your story so I just wanted to tell you what it was and give you a chance to respond Shahana so so Tammy said and I quote her. I was just moved by what she's going through talking about. You and I know so many people are going through the most at this time I just wanted to be able to help. Even if it's just a little bit and maybe she can pay it forward even if it's years from now and to whomever she wants just spread kindness. I hope it helps her in any way. That's what she had to say to you. Tell Tammy thank you because in the interview that I did have. That was what I told Miss Kim. That's the goal is to build something for people who work in a restaurant industry. Who have been doing it all. They're like those people I love and it's unfair what we're going through some very grateful for her thank you. It's a pretty incredible thing and I know you say you love what you do. I think a moment just right now for people to realize there's so many people who loved they do who can't do what they do Because of what this is taken from them Yes tell us about that. Tell us about how you love what you do well. I started at six years old. I was Augusta Masters national a food truck Carl Wings and so I used to give out samples as a kid and from there I grew into labor. Which is what I liked working at home. Which was a CD place in Augusta Georgia just consistently work in a restaurant so my first job was in Hueys at Savannah? Georgia and I was very grateful for that because the time that I made money by what I did. Not by the hours. I work in a love that concept of being in college being able to work and make the income that you need to be able to survive and I needed that saw utilize that even after college to make a career in La. So I came to a restaurant here. That worship was closed. Like I said it's heartbreaking. Because it makes you think okay now. I have to do something bigger. Like I can't sit in beset because somebody who is not as strong as me that works in a restaurant and love it and she doesn't know what to do so I mean to take this opportunity to think. What can I build for those? Who Don't know what else to do because we are serving and Bon. Well she has made it possible for you and I think it just goes I I. You know it's a wonderful moment and generosity generosity. We're seeing and sh- WANNA thank you for coming on and and of course thanks very much To tammy for reaching out to us and making this possible they thank you so much. I WanNa thank you for having me. I really appreciate and thanks very much to all of you for joining us. Cnn's global townhall corona virus backs and fierce begins now.