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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Down in Washington, D C World and national News inmate labor All right, Paul. The defense has rested in the Derrick Shelvin trial. Jurors will not hear from the former Minneapolis police officer charged with murdering George Floyd. Is this your decision not to testify? It does, your honor. All right? Do you have any questions about your right to remain silent or to testify in your own behalf? But this time I don't show that announced the decision to judge Peter Cahill this morning. We do expect some prosecution rebuttal testimony today. Closing arguments are set for Monday. Top U. S. Health officials are set to appear today on Capitol Hill about the coronavirus response. They could face questions about the pause on Johnson and Johnson's vaccine do the blood clot concerns. Amos Adult Joe with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, says he'd rather the U. S. Had taken a more targeted approach. We know that the side effects occurred and women that were between the ages. Of 18 and 48. You could have said Let's pause the vaccine in this age group and continued the vaccine and other age groups because we already have so much safety and efficacy data to support Dr Emission Doll Joe Johns Hopkins, a panel of CDC advisers determined yesterday they need more data before they could recommend next steps. Amazon may have blocked a union drive in Alabama. But CEO Jeff Bezos says his company needs to do better by its workers in his annual shareholder letter basis, said he wants to add two elements to Amazons. Customer focused Rito, Earth's best employer and Earth's safest place to work. Basil steps down a CEO later this year, But he's staying on as executive chairman, rejecting reports that his company's tough on hourly workers, Bezos says Amazon does not set unreasonable performance goals and 94% of employees would recommended a friend worked their global news on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts more than 100 20 countries. This His Bloomberg order..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Stepped out of studio for the day. That means it's May and Tom Kid I'm Jonathan Farrow futures positive up 27 of the S and P up 7/10 of 1%. Tom, can we keep this on the rails? Two hours? Really. I mean, we got a busy busy day where they got the market and John. We finally got interest rates higher with the equity markets, but also John, I think we can state after two hours. The squeeze is so over moments ago, John Silver and Game stuff. Breaking down game start giving me a 1 50 print as well. It's been an ugly morning, John for the squeeze People. Yeah, the glory try to the past week. AMC gain Silver done. You asked a little bit early this morning, Tom. What It looks like when the short squeezes over. This is what it looks like when a massive short squeezes over after there's no fundamental reason for the squeeze. No, there's no reason for this stock to stay up where it was. And Tom, what do we print last week? What were the ding dong highs of last week? Here's Mr first. See, folks, he's doing that on radio and TV. You need to understand. John knows I bought 100 shares at $512.13. I'm still not covered that trade John I. I think there's hope brutal for anyone who bought the top last week, and that's the move this morning, Negative down down down for the broader market. Tom Futures up 28. Three quarters of 1%. You've talked about your tired staple your curb. Let's talk about the headline for me. At the last 24 hours. There are now more people in the United States of America who have received a dose of the vaccine. And there are covert cases in the last 12 months. Tom, that is quite a step. And that just tells you about progress into 21 that we're already making. We just talked to Dr Adult Joe Johns Hopkins, who made real clear We're seeing better statistics. John. We're seeing roll over the variant, the variances in the new vaccine viruses. They butters up against it, But, yeah, it's better news, John. And I'm sorry it devolves right into The tape. We see, I would say the most important news of the day is to see what Amazon and alphabet to after the close, Jonah's. They reaffirmed that tech juggernaut we saw with Apple earlier. Yeah, Amazon had landed on its after the close and Tom That's where the earnings have been coming from over the last 12 months ago, Going back to it. That second quarter 2020 was just absolutely phenomenal. With the world shut down. Those big names generated terrific earnings growth. The story this year though, Tom we know where the earnings have come from. Where did the earning surprises come from? In the back end of this year, the back end of 21. I think that's what we've got to think about a little bit more. I've got to readjust to shout out to credit Sweet. So I think that the 12 31 Day, John, they really partition. They were staying with Tech while they looked at all the other stuff. And again, John, you were way out front on Russell 2000. That's done well as well. Yeah Gang stop. A big white ink in the Russell would talk about that and just fill. Cafarelli joins us. Now. JP Morgan Asset Management portfolio manager filled 1 40. Let's talk about last week and Tom by the top of gave, Stop or not. Could we talk about the technical trade Phil on whether you want to stay with it? How comfortable you are about sticking with it. Sure, and we stuck away from through. You know the tumultuous parts of last year, especially going into the fourth quarter and we stuck with it through last week. Listen, John, this is this is the signal through the noise of 2020 taught us anything. It was to stay committed to the real true signals rather than than the noise. The process. Local trade means to us that growth in 2021 is going to be better than 2020. And that points to two trades and you mentioned a minute ago Russell 2000 and one of them we had as much as 9% of our fund That was the most we ever had in the Russell 2000 coming into January. My old boss once taught me You don't get fired for taking profits. So we took some profits on the Russell in January. Cut that to about 5% OK, but there's still the emerging equity trade. That's another pro cyclical trade, and we're doing that in a pretty unique way. We're doing it through China A shares, which is just the plan, the China domestic economy, which is becoming very popular, but then also through our broader emerging market equity tilt. John those two sectors small cap. Emerging equity have been the best two performers heater date, which has been great of the major asset to fill that some pact that a little bit more. There is a difference between a cyclical trade in global macro and a cyclical trade domestically, speaking from the United States, What do you mean again? Two more. Yes. So the Russell 2000 is a play on the US This is as the vaccine goes, and you mentioned some great stats more vaccinations than that infection's about 1.3 million vaccinations per day. Johnson Johnson coming online, John that is a play on easy monetary policy, Easy fiscal policy as well as the whole kind of country itching and scratching to get back to normalcy, which we see in some respect. Towards the second quarter of this year. So that's that's a play on the U. S. And then the global recovery because this isn't just endemic that took place in the U. S. Even though it feels like that. Sometimes the global recovery is best played. In our opinion through the process. Lickle emerging market equity allocation. Phil, Where's the next? There is no alternative that sweat that I've got to be on board. I've got to own it. Is it still the big checkered is that enough? Is the new, no alternative something different. Yeah. So s so Thomas Long is the Fed keeps saying what they're saying, which is you know, there were gonna we're on hold on the federal funds rate, which is the cash rate forever. Seems like okay, so we may get some sort of change on on quantitative easing towards the middle or end of this year. But in terms of the cash trade that is going to continue to push risk assets higher and I would agree with you Listen, growth was the trade pre pandemic. What is this now? Great, cos he's a great cos I think Now it's going to force the hand of Folks back into things like small cap and even you know, the tech If Tech was was a winner before it's going to be a winner..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:18 min | 6 months ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Francine Look, Wa spoke with Dr Joshua Sharfstein, vice dean for public health of practicing community engagement at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Sharfstein was asked How close is the United States and having a covert 19 vaccine that can be distributed to people? Let's take a listen well, assuming all the data checks out as we expected, will not that far away, probably within a week or so. How much of a game changer? Will that be? Do? We Only really, you know, say that a vaccine the success once we understand distribution like Is the regulatory approval much easier than what we can face afterwards in terms of distribution, freezing. I think the big picture is it is fantastic to get a safe and effective vaccine against the pandemic that is killing now two or 3000 Americans every day, and it is the path that this country Out of the pandemic. But getting there is going to be challenging, just like you say. We'll have the regulatory review starting this week and then the vaccines will start. But it's going to get more and more complicated as the goal is to reach the highest risk people as soon as possible and the better we do that the quicker the pandemic will end. And Britain already has questions about massive mobilization A to get people to take it to to write to have the right distribution system but also see to decide who gets it first. How much more complicated would be for a country the size of the U. S. It'll be complicated because it's being done through the states. And we know the states have very different public health systems. Different capabilities on bail be a lot of variation, and we'll see some things that work and probably some things that don't work that that well. But over time as more vaccine becomes available, more people will get vaccinated. If we do it well, the pandemic will end sooner. How difficult will it be to convince some medical workers and the public at large to take the vaccine? I think that's why this week's meeting at FDA is so important because it's one thing just to hear there's a vaccine. It's great to hear it from the company. But what we're going to see is The methodical, thoughtful review of career scientists at the FDA who were doing analysis of the data on directly from the data files. They're going to be talking about what it means we're going to hear from independent advisers who are going to be asking some of the questions that a lot of Americans have, and I'm hopeful that at the end, the explanation will be clear enough that a lot of people are gonna understand the value of the vaccine. We were putting so much effort and talking about the vaccine. Do we need to remember to also talk about the approach to testing and track and trace? Yes, well, right now we're facing just this enormous surge surge upon the services, Dr Fauci said. And, you know, really Taking this situation seriously is critical because we are losing many many lives while we're trying to get To a vaccine testing tracing all those items of disease control are going to be important, at least very important for another six months and again. Better. We do that The fewer people will die or get seriously ill. Dr Sharfstein. Once we have a vaccine, does it mean that social distancing can come to an end? Or how long will it take from the last person to have the vaccine from when we truly go back to what it was like in 2019? I think the key is going to be to keep an eye on community transmission rates. When we start back, saving just a few health care workers people in nursing homes, the transmission rates are going to be high. We're going to need to keep social distancing. Otherwise, the back the virus is going to spread like crazy as it has doing right now in some places, but as that community transmission rate goes down As the areas go from red to orange to yellow to green. Then things are going to start opening up again. Restaurants are gonna happen door dining at greater and greater amounts and it's gonna be safer and safer to do things. I don't think it's going to be like flipping a switch. I think it's gonna be a gradually, the lights are going to come back on. Bond. One day we're gonna wake up and realize that we're pretty close to back to where we were. And we understand you know, there are a number of questions that we need to answer about this vaccine. How long does immunity last four and wants to get the vaccine whether you can still transmit the virus, even if you don't become sick yourself. When will we have some of the answers to these questions? I think over the next 4 to 6 months we're gonna understand a lot more about how good the vaccine is. It is obviously very good to prevent severe illness and death. Bond, So that's very important on deal. See about these other these other elements the vaccine as it's as it pulls out, partly we'll see how quickly that community transmission rate comes down as more and more people are vaccinated. That was blue marks. Francine Lacqua, speaking with Joshua Sharfstein, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, He's Vice Dean there, we should note that Joe Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies. And this Radio operation. So Lisa again as we listen to Dr Sharfstein, you know, certainly Lot met many reasons to be optimistic about the vaccines on their timing, beginning this month in terms of some initial roll outs, But boy in the interim, some very, very difficult numbers to deal with US religion, the pandemic. Yeah, it's getting a lot worse. I'm very curious to see how it's rolled out because the initial Recipients of the vaccine seemed to be first respondents of first responders. Rather, people who live in nursing homes. The most vulnerable individuals, There is a question going forward. How do you inoculate people with the greatest efficacy rate? To stop the transmission to stop the spread. And that's a very different demographic, right. I mean, people who are in nursing homes aren't out there going to bars and and spreading the virus. So you have to wonder. You know what's gonna be the circuit breaker. And what month will that happen in Exactly. I don't know about you, but I did take the New York Times. They had a interactive little app in there on their online New York times and kind of put in some demographics about yourself and it spits out where you are in the line, And I think I'm Someone read 267.5 million people before me in the U. S. Literally the world It just says, yeah, you know, but it'll be very singing. And the other thing I'm fascinated about is you know the educational campaign, the public relations campaign that I think is really going to be required here. Get people to take this vaccine. You've got a whole host of this anti vax ear's in general in the population. Plus, you have people that are probably concerned about the rate at which this is receiving approval and the safety of it, So I think there's gonna really need to be A significant campaign there, and they're already lining that up right over north. All the former living presidents going to take it, Don your television to show that it's safe. I mean, they're trying. It sort of raises a spotlight on this sort of anti vax. Movement over the years that's gained steam and that has imperiled frankly, ah lot of people who you've seen a resurgence of a number of different diseases that were once almost out of circulation. Yeah, I suspect, you know, kind of like a lot of the existing. You have to go get your kids immunized and you have to show the school before they can come into school that you've They've gotten.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The 45th

The 45th

06:04 min | 10 months ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The 45th

"This means that Donald Trump will be the forty fifth president of the United States. This is your life. Now, this is our election. Now, this is us. This is our country. It's real. Hi and welcome back to the forty fifth rob here and I'm here with my colleague Coho Susan Simpson Hey Susan Hey Arabia how you doing? Hanging in their house, the pandemic going on your end. I mean it is apparently still raging. I nobody gives a shit. The world is still burning. And we are just like outpacing I. Think so many other countries in the world on curbing this is it's yeah. My life continues to go on everybody I know all my friends family, they continued to quarantine and be good. But seriously man I've invited I've been invited to a wedding las week I've been invited a dinner in last weekend. I'm like dinner I what? So a dent like a Jesus look at somebody's house our neighbors and I was like, yeah, I'm not really covered auto just drop off food I was like okay. But I think people are just fatigued and are wanting to get back to their lives and a lot of them are doing. It is weird sometimes when you see aspects of life are people who are living their lives it was not Kobe times and it is it is hard to keep up the distancing keep up your routines of isolation when you realize that some out, there are not and like well, what's the point? Why should we do this now? Appoint of course. You when your. Sick but it it's such. A will be the last one. Standing Susan. It's the slowest driver I go to a crowded a grocery store for the first time in probably months the other day I came out like feeling like I had a cough and a sore throat already habits already happened. Well I mean to be honest I gotta I gotta get groceries like every four days with the amount of milk. My kid goes through but we go I, feel pretty safe I. Mean like the stores are mostly you know it's like at ten percent capacity and everybody's wearing a mask and staying the heck apart. Stores like that and spills. Okay. Not Apparently about your stores in general with this one was like not almost normal times crowded. It was definitely sort of like a freak out moment 'cause I hadn't seen that so long. And no masking are masking. There were there was masking had that going for? All right. There's a little bit of a barrier artless. Let's talk about where we are right now with numbers as of this morning Joe Johns Hopkins reporting, we are at one, hundred, seventy, seven, thousand, five, hundred, thirty, six, US deaths, which by the way is twenty percent of the reported global death like. Count. We account for twenty percent of it. We are four percent of the world's population. Where at five point seven, five, million positive cases as you are aware in the last couple of weeks school sorted opening universities started opening I have two friends just over the weekend. told me that they dropped their sons off at their dorms I'm like. What are you doing? But I guess everybody's like I guess we're just GONNA end up coming back soon and spreading our. Aspirin exactly spreading out further. University of Alabama just reported this morning that they've had five hundred sixty cases on campus. I think they've been open for like a week differ some time. Exactly. I mean, there's and I guess my question is, what do you do those students? Do you quarantine them on the campus of because that seems to be the only way to make sure it doesn't spread into every other part of the country most likely they travel home and then hopefully quarantine at home but in many cases probably don't. Travel itself is to make things. Ogling. Hopefully they're driving. It's I I feel like we're just at the beginning of a just like the worst part of twenty twenty because. I feel cases would explode because of all the school stuff and then the election and it's I I'm really dreading the rest of this year. So here's the good news mask. Wearing the data continues to come in and show that it is effective at it can have a very significant reduction in the spread of the virus. It's not foolproof course at other and save everyone can't stop it. For good but it does extremely effective There was a report out of South Korea where a woman had gone in to a starbucks who was infected and something like twenty seven patrons also got. The four. BREESE's working there were wearing masks and did not get it. You're kidding me the patrons around her twenty. Some people acted I was pretty sharp sharp by that by itself but the good news is at least like sneeze on everybody's. Transition. Like waltzing around just like sitting on thinking opera yeah. And the size to rally the to the episode. Stay was the US to hairstylists to Salt Lake between them over one hundred patients. But but they wore masks sniping Colin positive none none of their customers. Got It. So I do think if we can get mask-wearing up to be like ninety five percent prevalent It. Will make a real dent in this and it would make a flu season less the possible nightmare might be well, this administration is not going to mandate however Joe Biden in his speech. Last week of the DNC did say that he would he would enact a national. Mandate, to wear masks so Yeah, I'm not sure how it's GonNa enforce that. But like I I wonder I appreciate the sentiment thinks that could by itself make a difference but in terms actually forcing it not so much. I mean he actually this I mean trump uses his you know he threatened states with funding this and that why couldn't a Democratic president the same like if governors and mayors and say, if you nod enforce this, then we're going to withhold federal funding. For X., Y..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Stay home now how many are encouraging the public to join mass protests easy yep and who are they encouraging well among them African Americans because black lives matter Jennifer no Joe Johns Hopkins epidemiologist tweeted Tuesday we should always evaluate the risks and the benefits of efforts to control the virus in this moment the public health risks I'm not protesting to demand an end to systemic racism greatly exceed the harms of the virus a Johns Hopkins epidemiologist for Ben Carson worked R. Johns Hopkins an epidemiologist that's what that's what doctor felt she is a Johns Hopkins epidemiologist has just tweeted that it is more important to go out there and be part of the protest March and riot and loot than it is to protect yourself from the virus because the threat of systemic racism is greatly greater than the threat of the virus which is an absolute crock that is as dishonest and disingenuous as any Liberal Democrat politico could say something here's another Abohar Karan eight Brigham and women's hospital position this is this is in Boston Josh this that's evident to everyone right now needs to be addressed while I have voiced concerns that protests risk creating more outbreaks the status quo wasn't going to stop Corbett nineteen either so he is saying or she I'm not I must admit I do not know what gender the name and a broader is but whoever this is is our man telling people it is far more important just stop systemic racism and just stop all of this that it is to protect yourself from the virus really you remember it was just two months ago and the virus it would get that was going to get everybody was the Andromeda strain on overall gonna die you gotta stay inside you got to protect yourself now screw you screw you're protecting yourself to help me that's being selfish you're trying to save yourself protect those selfish you need to go out there and risk getting the virus in order to stop systemic racism which is nothing more than a construct by the Liberal Democrats to mask the overall failure of what they believe let's see here many say the simple quote many say the protests are worth the risk I'm a possible second wave of covert nineteen it's it's worth a second wave it's worth a second wave hundreds of public health workers signed an open letter this week that sought to distinguish the new anti racist protests from the response to the white protesters resisting the stay at home borders so there you have it ladies and gentleman there we move on to more insanity San Francisco mayor London breed announced on Twitter last night that she gonna look to re direct money from the police department to the African American community in the next budget you know Barack Obama declared war on the suburbs when he was president try to make people feel guilty for moving and living in the suburbs so here we are years later after radical Democrat affiliated organizations laid waste of the cities the suburbs are winning and people are moving there so now they've declared war on the city's again de funding the police is the plan not just in San Francisco Brian Fallon a former spokesman for Attorney General Eric holder calls for cutting off funds for police departments and awaken George Floyd's death Brian Fallon a former spokesman spokesman for holder under the Obama regime former spokesman for the Hillary Clinton campaign tweeted do you find the police the Minneapolis city council president Jeremiah Ellison the son of Keith Ellison claims they're gonna dismantle the police not just do you fund them Los Angeles the same Minneapolis parks and recreation board follows the school board in ending its relationship with the police department I'm not kidding it's not just the funding the Minneapolis city council is seriously considering disbanding the police New York city's comptroller Scott stringer sent a letter yesterday to the city's mayor bill de Blasio asking him to cut one point one billion dollars of funding to the New York police department fox the Democrat party an abject failure its failure is on full display is now declaring war on America's police first responders in the lecture near could somebody explain to me seriously Mr certainly can you explain how in the world does this help Joe Biden got elected how it works this this is they think they got Donald Trump on the ropes they think that that that they're making headway against trump because of the generals and all these people distancing themselves and writing that trump is a threat to the constitution all this stuff and trump went over to the church holding a Bible in people like how in the world does publicly loudly promising to de fund M. two in some places this man pull the police how in the world of people doing this I think that it's going to help the Bible campaign or Democrats in general do they really think do they really think that a majority of Americans hate the cops do they really believe that they have convinced a majority of Americans that the cops are simply an extension of this filthy dirty white supremacist power structure and that if this white systemic racist power structures got a golden the cops have got to go because the cops are the primary protection agency from the systemic white racists and supremacists as they think a majority of Americans I agree with this why else do this is it simply fundraising or to change your minds later I mean how do you walk back this how do you want this back when you get all kinds of people revved up for it I'm telling you the people vote for these lunatics are buying this they're celebrating it people in LA Minneapolis New York to run around celebrating some of them are most of the people live in these places are scared to death but there are some Liberal Democrat voters and think this is the craziest thing you've ever heard and they believe it what are the Democrats going to do when the time comes I have to walk this back and say Hey you know what we can't do it we were a little premature or are they going to walk it back or are they gonna own this are they gonna hang on to this and own this through out the campaign well I have my own thought so what this really is what they're doing but I can't if I if I if I tell everybody when I think there's nothing left for anybody else to say out there quick time out we'll squeeze some calls and we'll get back to.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Your local mom and pop so Keep keep stuff like that a mind. Please seriously People are on hard times. Let me bring up speed on. What's happening nationwide and in Georgia right? Now keep in mind. The Georgia Department of Public Health does not update on a on a constant basis. What it does. Is it updates at noon every day? The data but If you go to the Johns Hopkins site to get the data you can find out. Let's see for example. The United States right now has four thousand six hundred sixty one Cova nineteen cases. And they say in Georgia we are up to one hundred twenty cases a hundred twenty one total with one dead leaving one hundred twenty active cases. Now why no recovery's recovers only gone up to seventeen. The reason is because to be designated as officially recovered a person must be retested in and test negative. The United States until tomorrow has very limited testing capacity. I'm starting to get e mails by the way From like a lab core inquest and and various health outlets noting that they are now getting in their testing supplies as needed They be at better. Cassie Martin Fire. We'll probably going to see a spike in the numbers. Because so many more people are gonNA start getting tested caution if you not having symptoms. Don't go get tested. Let people were having symptoms tested a? Don't overwhelm the system with a rush out but The reason we don't have a lot of recovered people right now in the United States is not because we don't have recovered people. It's because they're not being tested in since they're not being tested they got no more symptoms. They got no more fever. They're clearly no longer contagious. But they're not being tested so they're not in the file now. Where do we go here as this virus continues for? It's very interesting to watch this thing. Go up eighty five from from the the lagrange area in Troup County all the way up now to hall county. We've got a spread. LemMe Lemme give you the number here. I'm going to start in south Georgia in Charleston. County either one in Lounge County. There are now three there were there was just one. There are now three On the eleventh one was tested. And now what? We've got the fifteenth and Sixteenth One in Dougherty County. There are six In Lee County. There are two now. Let's let's get closer to Atlanta now in lagrange that's true county. There's one in county there are two in Fayette County. There are five in Clayton County. There are five in Henry County. There are two in Newton County. That's Covington there is one. In Fulton County. There are twenty seven cases. Now in dekalb county there are ten in Gwinnett county there are five in Hall County. There's one in for site county there's one in Cherokee County. There are seven in Cobb county. There are twenty two in polling county. There's one in Polk County. There's one in Floyd County. There are four in Gordon County. There are two in Bartow County. There are nine and then alway over into Clark County Athens. There are three people now. The Augusta area is not listed yet Colombian Richmond County But there are two cases over there that we now know love. One of them is actually running for. Da In a Evans. It is a Evans. Attorney Jason Hastie is presumptively positive. That's why it's not listed yet. It had the test hasn't come back yet But he's presumptively positive that the state is only listing The the state is only listing. Confirmed positives not presumptively positive. That's why the state number differs from Johns Hopkins Number Joe. Johns Hopkins is going with presumed positive. Numbers hasty is one of the to the Republican nominees for the Augusta Circuit. Da And he went to the Church and Liberty Square in Carter's Ville on March first and on March eighth. He'd been in the area helping Cure for his father who died of leukemia on March. First now what is interesting there is is that is in Bartow county where there are nine cases and in Bartow County. It was mostly at a church People went to that Church Liberty Square. Someone there had the infection and it spread among the congregants. If you're wondering why so many churches or avoiding meeting that is why consider the case down and dirty county in dirty county. Someone came in from out of state for a funeral was contagious. And didn't realize it and now all of these cases from dirty and Lee County down there most. I shouldn't say all but most of them are traced back to people who attended that funeral with that individual who's now been transported to a hospital in Atlanta. Because they've had a severe case of cove nineteen there in L. Forty some odd people in the Albany area who they expect to test positive. We should be seen a spike in that again. Part of the delay here are is the test now. If you're just tuning in I should tell you. There's been a lot of speculation on warm weather hot weather. And there is more evidence a growing body of evidence that in fact that is going to have an impact That warm weather's going to have an impact. Now it's it's not going to have a complete impact. I mean because consider this Malaysia which is always hot. There are five hundred sixty six cases and in Singapore there are two hundred forty three cases in India. one hundred twenty nine cases in fact in India. There are some some Summer perplexed as to why the cases are not spreading fast in India. Given how congested it is and how the healthcare is there and some people are. Speculating does have to do with the temperature. But we're not completely sure yet. We do not know it spreading through most of Africa now as well But again Australia has been hot to Australia. Has Been Very hot in Australia. Has Hundreds of Cases New South Wales has two hundred ten but and then. Western Australia has thirty one cases but still Compared to a number of temperate climate. It's not nearly as bad as what people thought. The hardest hit is still Italy and China. The China with eighty one thousand five hundred eighty three. I'm sorry one thousand fifty eight cases in Italy now. Twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty cases serious state of crisis in Italy. Over two thousand people have died in Italy Which is deeply troubling and the Italian healthcare system is melting down over now. What's going on in Georgia? Well in Georgia. We've got a number of places that are shutting down altogether the imposing curfews. The Governor of course has ordered all public schools elementary secondary and post secondary to close down the in in most courts in Georgia. Now closing down the Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold. Melton has said there is a there is an emergency in place and courts are going to be restricted. The Athens Clarke County Commission has limited public gatherings Wg A you over there Has the report up. The Athens Clarke County Commission meeting a special called session to discuss how to react. The Corolla Virus. The commission approved little public gatherings.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Are just the basics curious about. Short so this is spreading through the respiratory route meeting through coughs and sneezes that that emanate from someone's body. They usually travel about. Before being. Captured by the force of gravity in kind of falling falling to the. So they're not something that it's not something. Airborne like measles. For example there are risks touching surfaces that someone has coughed or sneezed on, and that's why we're emphasizing people wash their hands a lot. That's not the main way it's transmitting, but it is one way that you can get it for each of those activities. You really have to think about. Your own risk factors what you might be facing in in terms of health problems. What your age is and then kind of make those decisions for yourself in general, we want people to start thinking about all of their activities that are non essential trying to. Can you modify them to put yourself lesson contact with other people? It's not that everyone that gets. This is going to get. Get seriously ill, but you don't want the virus to use you as a chain of transmission to someone that might be more vulnerable, so we try to get people to social distance as best as they can, but we know that this is disruptive. There's a cost social distancing, and sometimes that's hard from a policy standpoint, even from an individual to decide what the best actually take. All right we're talking with Dr Adul- Joe Johns Hopkins, Dr What about the basics thing like hey I get packaged from Amazon. It's come domestically, not from China. Is this something where I should wipe it down before I opened the package. What about getting my mail from the mailbox I mean we don't know if the mailman has. Has Corona. Virus should be wiping down everything we open from the mail. I suspect that the risk from. And packages is very very low and I would probably tell people not. That's not going to be the way that you get infected. Obviously, you can find studies that show that this virus can remain viable on services, but in most everyday life I. Don't think you're going to find those types of things, mail or packages, being major carriers for it or your mailman or male per meal carrier being the main way that you that you're going to get exposed. It's really costing sneezes from other people and I. think that people need to not necessarily. Become compulsive about all of that stuff, but a lot of commonsense. Touching with touching common services like countertops. Type of thing is what we're really talking about less so the packages in the mail or or anything like that. Although there's going to be panic and people are going to do that, and it's going to be possible to stop people from doing that, but I don't think that the main a major risk that I myself worried about and I'm going to check my mail as soon as I got off the phone with you. All right doctor. How about this one? We have a lot of young parents listening to this show who have kids playing youth sports such as baseball or soccer? Currently the League's are shutting down for a week or two to assess things, but you know if you're playing youth, baseball and someone bat and goes to you know the next guy up grabs a bat like is that way it could be transferred or is. Do you recommend holding our kids out of youth sports for a few weeks. Well. Some of those decisions are being made for you because there's a lot of guidance going on from the Youth League, and and I was actually on the NCWA panel, regarding March Madness the coronavirus task force, so there are a lot of things that we're trying to do. And one of them is not necessarily transmission between sports. Players were congregating people together at Games and we know that large gatherings can be vectors for spreading a virus, so that's why we're trying at least in the next two weeks to try the if these activities. Activities have a have a have an impact and see where we are in terms of the the outbreak. I do think that there is probably minimal risk from from using a baseball bat. Somebody else's used again. It's important to wash your hands and touch your faith less but I. think that these household objects are probably less likely responsible for the spread than actual symptomatic individuals, coughing or sneezing on each other all right doctor. This is a perfect transition. You just said you are on the NCAA panel the Coronavirus Task Force let me ask? Do was there consideration of postponing the tournament or versus canceling it outright because a lot of the obviously, the seniors and the teams are devastated. But what was it cancellation or nothing? No if you look at our decision making at first our first decision making to have the tournament without fans, and then what happened was you saw multiple different schools, just closing and sending their students remember these athletes are students to so if those colleges were actually not operating became less likely that that would that this type of thing would be feasible and we you know in an example regarding mass gatherings in that the final four tournament is a major mass gathering. There was no desire for the for the the NCW to really put people at risk for. For Fans who put put play players at risk, but officials at risk but media people that might be there and we didn't WanNA. Want to contribute to the spread of virus, so it was the best decision to make based on where we are and I think that you know the these things are definitely hard decisions to make a lot of disruption that occurs, but we really have to think about what would be best for the spread of this virus, and and trying to contain this virus in math gathering like that could really be a major. Advantage for this virus and we did not want to be part of that and I think that was the best decision to make. Even where we are in the in this outbreak, all right doctor, just two more. Let's pivot from college to the NBA, so you know obviously in college basketball colleges stopped operating. There's none none of that in the NBA. Do you believe we will be back in thirty days or have you been asked anything by the NBA regarding the corona virus? What are your thoughts on professional basketball here in America? I wasn't involved in any of the. On any of the NBA decisions I think that has to be made. It's going to be context context driven, so we need to see where we are in the outbreak curve and WH. What's going on? In our communities where what we know about the severity of the disease I think we'll know a lot more even by a week from now, and I think that will help make those decisions so i. don't want to say whether or not well. Why don't we like? Have! These types of mass gatherings I think for the next couple of weeks though it sent to try and see if we can get some control of this virus by by trying to do as much as we can. Voluntarily to limit the opportunities, the virus has spread and have to revisit this doctor final question so the big. Talking Point is hey, if you're young, you're going to be fine. If you'RE A kid. You're GONNA be fine. It's only the old people to worry about and the stat that keeps getting parroted out I'm not sure where it came from. Is that eighty percent of the cases in China were mild. Can you just speak to that and the age demographic breakdown? What what's true? What's false would? And all that. Sure so it is true that eighty percent of individuals who? Seem to have mild disease might be even higher because the Chinese data might be skewed, but that doesn't mean that it's nothing. It doesn't mean that you're going to be out that you were going to have a severe cold, and the important thing is that you can transmit that onto other people who may not have that same risk profile that you have so that's why it's important.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Are just the basics curious about. Short so this is spreading through the respiratory route meeting through coughs and sneezes that that emanate from someone's body. They usually travel about. Before being. Captured by the force of gravity in kind of falling falling to the. So they're not something that it's not something. Airborne like measles. For example there are risks touching surfaces that someone has coughed or sneezed on, and that's why we're emphasizing people wash their hands a lot. That's not the main way it's transmitting, but it is one way that you can get it for each of those activities. You really have to think about. Your own risk factors what you might be facing in in terms of health problems. What your age is and then kind of make those decisions for yourself in general, we want people to start thinking about all of their activities that are non essential trying to. Can you modify them to put yourself lesson contact with other people? It's not that everyone that gets. This is going to get. Get seriously ill, but you don't want the virus to use you as a chain of transmission to someone that might be more vulnerable, so we try to get people to social distance as best as they can, but we know that this is disruptive. There's a cost social distancing, and sometimes that's hard from a policy standpoint, even from an individual to decide what the best actually take. All right we're talking with Dr Adul- Joe Johns Hopkins, Dr What about the basics thing like hey I get packaged from Amazon. It's come domestically, not from China. Is this something where I should wipe it down before I opened the package. What about getting my mail from the mailbox I mean we don't know if the mailman has. Has Corona. Virus should be wiping down everything we open from the mail. I suspect that the risk from. And packages is very very low and I would probably tell people not. That's not going to be the way that you get infected. Obviously, you can find studies that show that this virus can remain viable on services, but in most everyday life I. Don't think you're going to find those types of things, mail or packages, being major carriers for it or your mailman or male per meal carrier being the main way that you that you're going to get exposed. It's really costing sneezes from other people and I. think that people need to not necessarily. Become compulsive about all of that stuff, but a lot of commonsense. Touching with touching common services like countertops. Type of thing is what we're really talking about less so the packages in the mail or or anything like that. Although there's going to be panic and people are going to do that, and it's going to be possible to stop people from doing that, but I don't think that the main a major risk that I myself worried about and I'm going to check my mail as soon as I got off the phone with you. All right doctor. How about this one? We have a lot of young parents listening to this show who have kids playing youth sports such as baseball or soccer? Currently the League's are shutting down for a week or two to assess things, but you know if you're playing youth, baseball and someone bat and goes to you know the next guy up grabs a bat like is that way it could be transferred or is. Do you recommend holding our kids out of youth sports for a few weeks. Well. Some of those decisions are being made for you because there's a lot of guidance going on from the Youth League, and and I was actually on the NCWA panel, regarding March Madness the coronavirus task force, so there are a lot of things that we're trying to do. And one of them is not necessarily transmission between sports. Players were congregating people together at Games and we know that large gatherings can be vectors for spreading a virus, so that's why we're trying at least in the next two weeks to try the if these activities. Activities have a have a have an impact and see where we are in terms of the the outbreak. I do think that there is probably minimal risk from from using a baseball bat. Somebody else's used again. It's important to wash your hands and touch your faith less but I. think that these household objects are probably less likely responsible for the spread than actual symptomatic individuals, coughing or sneezing on each other all right doctor. This is a perfect transition. You just said you are on the NCAA panel the Coronavirus Task Force let me ask? Do was there consideration of postponing the tournament or versus canceling it outright because a lot of the obviously, the seniors and the teams are devastated. But what was it cancellation or nothing? No if you look at our decision making at first our first decision making to have the tournament without fans, and then what happened was you saw multiple different schools, just closing and sending their students remember these athletes are students to so if those colleges were actually not operating became less likely that that would that this type of thing would be feasible and we you know in an example regarding mass gatherings in that the final four tournament is a major mass gathering. There was no desire for the for the the NCW to really put people at risk for. For Fans who put put play players at risk, but officials at risk but media people that might be there and we didn't WanNA. Want to contribute to the spread of virus, so it was the best decision to make based on where we are and I think that you know the these things are definitely hard decisions to make a lot of disruption that occurs, but we really have to think about what would be best for the spread of this virus, and and trying to contain this virus in math gathering like that could really be a major. Advantage for this virus and we did not want to be part of that and I think that was the best decision to make. Even where we are in the in this outbreak, all right doctor, just two more. Let's pivot from college to the NBA, so you know obviously in college basketball colleges stopped operating. There's none none of that in the NBA. Do you believe we will be back in thirty days or have you been asked anything by the NBA regarding the corona virus? What are your thoughts on professional basketball here in America? I wasn't involved in any of the. On any of the NBA decisions I think that has to be made. It's going to be context context driven, so we need to see where we are in the outbreak curve and WH. What's going on? In our communities where what we know about the severity of the disease I think we'll know a lot more even by a week from now, and I think that will help make those decisions so i. don't want to say whether or not well. Why don't we like? Have! These types of mass gatherings I think for the next couple of weeks though it sent to try and see if we can get some control of this virus by by trying to do as much as we can. Voluntarily to limit the opportunities, the virus has spread and have to revisit this doctor final question so the big. Talking Point is hey, if you're young, you're going to be fine. If you'RE A kid. You're GONNA be fine. It's only the old people to worry about and the stat that keeps getting parroted out I'm not sure where it came from. Is that eighty percent of the cases in China were mild. Can you just speak to that and the age demographic breakdown? What what's true? What's false would? And all that. Sure so it is true that eighty percent of individuals who? Seem to have mild disease might be even higher because the Chinese data might be skewed, but that doesn't mean that it's nothing. It doesn't mean that you're going to be out that you were going to have a severe cold, and the important thing is that you can transmit that onto other people who may not have that same risk profile that you have so that's why it's important.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Your own risk factors what you might be facing in in terms of health problems. What your age is and then kind of make those decisions for yourself in general, we want people to start thinking about all of their activities that are non essential trying to. Can you modify them to put yourself lesson contact with other people? It's not that everyone that gets. This is going to get. Get seriously ill, but you don't want the virus to use you as a chain of transmission to someone that might be more vulnerable, so we try to get people to social distance as best as they can, but we know that this is disruptive. There's a cost social distancing, and sometimes that's hard from a policy standpoint, even from an individual to decide what the best actually take. All right we're talking with Dr Adul- Joe Johns Hopkins, Dr What about the basics thing like hey I get packaged from Amazon. It's come domestically, not from China. Is this something where I should wipe it down before I opened the package. What about getting my mail from the mailbox I mean we don't know if the mailman has. Has Corona. Virus should be wiping down everything we open from the mail. I suspect that the risk from. And packages is very very low and I would probably tell people not. That's not going to be the way that you get infected. Obviously, you can find studies that show that this virus can remain viable on services, but in most everyday life I. Don't think you're going to find those types of things, mail or packages, being major carriers for it or your mailman or male per meal carrier being the main way that you that you're going to get exposed. It's really costing sneezes from other people and I. think that people need to not necessarily. Become compulsive about all of that stuff, but a lot of commonsense. Touching with touching common services like countertops. Type of thing is what we're really talking about less so the packages in the mail or or anything like that. Although there's going to be panic and people are going to do that, and it's going to be possible to stop people from doing that, but I don't think that the main a major risk that I myself worried about and I'm going to check my mail as soon as I got off the phone with you. All right doctor..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Your own risk factors what you might be facing in in terms of health problems. What your age is and then kind of make those decisions for yourself in general, we want people to start thinking about all of their activities that are non essential trying to. Can you modify them to put yourself lesson contact with other people? It's not that everyone that gets. This is going to get. Get seriously ill, but you don't want the virus to use you as a chain of transmission to someone that might be more vulnerable, so we try to get people to social distance as best as they can, but we know that this is disruptive. There's a cost social distancing, and sometimes that's hard from a policy standpoint, even from an individual to decide what the best actually take. All right we're talking with Dr Adul- Joe Johns Hopkins, Dr What about the basics thing like hey I get packaged from Amazon. It's come domestically, not from China. Is this something where I should wipe it down before I opened the package. What about getting my mail from the mailbox I mean we don't know if the mailman has. Has Corona. Virus should be wiping down everything we open from the mail. I suspect that the risk from. And packages is very very low and I would probably tell people not. That's not going to be the way that you get infected. Obviously, you can find studies that show that this virus can remain viable on services, but in most everyday life I. Don't think you're going to find those types of things, mail or packages, being major carriers for it or your mailman or male per meal carrier being the main way that you that you're going to get exposed. It's really costing sneezes from other people and I. think that people need to not necessarily. Become compulsive about all of that stuff, but a lot of commonsense. Touching with touching common services like countertops. Type of thing is what we're really talking about less so the packages in the mail or or anything like that. Although there's going to be panic and people are going to do that, and it's going to be possible to stop people from doing that, but I don't think that the main a major risk that I myself worried about and I'm going to check my mail as soon as I got off the phone with you. All right doctor. How about this one? We have a lot of young parents listening to this show who have kids playing youth sports such as baseball or soccer? Currently the League's are shutting down for a week or two to assess things, but you know if you're playing youth, baseball and someone bat and goes to you know the next guy up grabs a bat like is that way it could be transferred or is. Do you recommend holding our kids out of youth sports for a few weeks. Well. Some of those decisions are being made for you because there's a lot of guidance going on from the Youth League, and and I was actually on the NCWA panel, regarding March Madness the coronavirus task force, so there are a lot of things that we're trying to do. And one of them is not necessarily transmission between sports. Players were congregating people together at Games and we know that large gatherings can be vectors for spreading a virus, so that's why we're trying at least in the next two weeks to try the if these activities. Activities have a have a have an impact and see where we are in terms of the the outbreak. I do think that there is probably minimal risk from from using a baseball bat. Somebody else's used again. It's important to wash your hands and touch your faith less but I. think that these household objects are probably less likely responsible for the spread than actual symptomatic individuals, coughing or sneezing on each other all right doctor. This is a perfect transition. You just said you are on the NCAA panel the Coronavirus Task Force let me ask? Do was there consideration of postponing the tournament or versus canceling it outright because a lot of the obviously, the seniors and the teams are devastated. But what was it cancellation or nothing? No if you look at our decision making at first our first decision making to have the tournament without fans, and then what happened was you saw multiple different schools, just closing and sending their students remember these athletes are students to so if those colleges were actually not operating became less likely that that would that this type of thing would be feasible and we you know in an example regarding mass gatherings in that the final four tournament is a major mass gathering. There was no desire for the for the the NCW to really put people at risk for. For Fans who put put play players at risk, but officials at risk but media people that might be there and we didn't WanNA. Want to contribute to the spread of virus, so it was the best decision to make based on where we are and I think that you know the these things are definitely hard decisions to make a lot of disruption that occurs, but we really have to think about what would be best for the spread of this virus, and and trying to contain this virus in math gathering like that could really be a major. Advantage for this virus and we did not want to be part of that and I think that was the best decision to make. Even where we are in the in this outbreak, all right doctor, just two more. Let's pivot from college to the NBA, so you know obviously in college basketball colleges stopped operating. There's none none of that in the NBA. Do you believe we will be back in thirty days or have you been asked anything by the NBA regarding the corona virus? What are your thoughts on professional basketball here in America? I wasn't involved in any of the. On any of the NBA decisions I think that has to be made..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Gobert was the tipping point here in America. Personally I think in the long term in the big picture rudy go bare will be looked at as I don't know if maybe heroes a bit strong but he will be looked at favorably because he was the one that got everybody to wake to hell up here. In America to the corona virus basically put a halt to everything. And did he save lives? I think you can argue here in the next coming couple of weeks. You're going to see that. This containment is futile at this point. So the only way to stop. Stop going to concerts. Stop going out in public to sporting events and when there's no sporting event you can't go out so I think Rudy Gobert quickly got us to a point where we realized. Hey we gotta shut it down. We should shut down the NCAA tournament and yes. There's like eighteen percent chance I'm going to cry when I'm talking about the NCA tournament later in the show folks. I don't think you realize how much I love that thing. I was showing my kid one shining moment from twenty nineteen last night and my kids are like Daddy. Look Sad. I'm like guys. This is one of the most fun things every year. Gambling like eighty five percent of the Games. Two years ago. I had my best run ever. I'm not go to Vegas the first weekend guy. Goulet has tickets to Vegas We'll talk to him soon to find out if he's going to hold up that end and still go with no games. Who knows a vegas will even be open but hopefully the NBA will return in thirty days. As Adam Silver said last night and I think again we still don't know if they're gonNA continue the regular season as a fifteen ish games left or if they're just gonNA cut right to the playoffs but I can confidently say this. If they go right to the playoffs this would be the seating in the West Lakers grizzlies in the first round. You gotTA figure Lakers Dust. Him and four. Maybe five then the Lakers because of a late rockets swoon. And the thunder won three in a row. The Lakers would face the winner of the jazz or thunder in the first round. Now that to me is massive. The one team in the West outside of the clippers that I am remotely of afraid of if I'm the Lakers or the Houston Rockets. And that's because of the high very student the three pointers you guys know. They're averaging forty four point three point attempts to gain. You get hot for a few games. Boom you're in trouble. If you're the Lakers. The rockets can go on a tear. Now the opposite is true. Okay rockets could go out in five. It's a twenty-seven threes in a row like they did against the warriors Rockets will be toast. But that's a team that scares me. They're not in the Lakers bracket now the clippers would have to play them. And I think you know. That's kind of a tough series. Could be for the paper clips They'd have to face Luca Danni and then James Harden for me that's the third and fourth you know. Mvp guys in the league this year. So I think this layoff from seating favors the Lakers and then from a record standpoint Lebron James. Thirty five years old. I think he's third all time in the NBA history in minutes played. He's averaging twenty five ten and seven and you're going to give him a month off. I think Lebron gets helped by this layoff more than any other team in the league but I can. Yeah I can understand clippers. Fans will say well. We haven't been healthy all year. We're going to have POW. Paul George Pat Beverley. Everybody's GONNA be back. That's fine Lakers. Just beat you guys healthy in the east two things three actually jump out number one. Is Ben Simmons going to be healthy with this thirty day off? I still on the Ben Simmons Train. I guess I'm on Ben Simmons Island at this point you know all alone. Please send help. I think Ben. Simmons is still a top fifteen player in the league. I think if he comes back sixers can be dangerous. Also Celtics Kemba Walker. If he comes back after the thirty day layoff we know. He's had some nagging knee injuries. But the big one that nobody knows is Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant so the nets just fired their coach a lot of the blame being placed on Kyrie and Katie. Is that fair? I don't know but Kevin Durant if the seasons postponed a month thirty days is Adam Silver said Kevin durant now. We'll have about a year in between the Achilles injury. Kyrie Irving can he return? Suddenly the nets is a seven seat. Oh hello are they dangerous I'm still the only guy on planet earth who doesn't think the bucks are coming out of the East my preseason pick for the NBA. Finals was Celtics Lakers. Go check out my instagram on. There I promise you. Nobody else had that be short. Catch live editions of the heard. Weekdays noon eastern nine. Am Pacific folks. Our next guest here is just an incredible smart man from Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. His name as Emiss- Adul- Jew Ish. Good Morning. How are you Dr Good Good? Thanks for having me. Yeah I heard you on the same Harris. Podcast very informative senior. Tv Work and we just have so many questions kind of sports world perspective on the Corona Virus. And and I gotta ask you first right out of the gate. Where do you think we are in the? You know the disease are we in the early stages is the Middle Rounder shutting down everything the Italy has. Is that the move to go. And do you think. That's where America's headed here in the coming days. I do think that America's sort of in the early rounds right now we've had transmission probably going on at least since January here local chains. That really weren't recognized And I I do think that the next couple of days in a week are going to be very critical to understand where we are on. What's called the epidemic curve and see if we're onto a trajectory that's hopefully not like Italy or something much different and I do think that that's why you're seeing a lot of the social distancing now because we're trying to kind of clamp down on unnecessary contact between individuals to see if if we can have some way of blunting this curve but it's very hard to know because we've had such difficulty getting people tested for this and so we're kind of in many ways flying a little bit blind when it comes to knowing where we are on the curve. Yeah Dr I gotTa start with the testing next. I mean goodness gracious. I don't WanNa make it political. But can we figure out how to get on South Korea's level year and start to test everybody quickly because it seems like nobody's being tested in America and the concern of course is if everybody's tested and everybody panics? Because they have it then. The hospitals are flooded. I don't know what do you feel? Doctors should be the strategy here for testing. We definitely have to make it easier for doctors to order this test. This isn't something that should take a lot of bureaucracy. A lot of paperwork and a lot of headache for DR TO ORDER. They should be able to order it on those patients. They think Merit attest that might not mean everybody. But it does mean that we need to be testing much more including some mild cases at least for surveillance purposes so that we know where this is is in the community and we need to start getting people diagnosed instructing them to isolate themselves. They don't need to be hospitalized. And this is something that's very simple. And that's probably what's behind South Korea's success that they were able to identify people and self have themselves isolate in that 'cause they're epidemic curve to be a little bit different in their case. Fatality rate is less than one percent which I think is is reassuring people but we need to be able to do that to dampen the panic and really get a handle on. What's going on? Okay Dr Dodger. LemMe ask the most basic question here and there's a lot of in- misinformation online which is frustrating. So people could put down social media and listened to the doctor here number one. How is this spreading? I mean people want to know when I go to the grocery store. Should I wear gloves to to handle the grocery cart when I go to COSCO is it? You know if somebody's sneezing. How dangerous is that? Can I play basketball? What about hot yoga doctor? These are just the basics. Were CURIOUS ABOUT SHORT. So this is spreading through the respiratory route meeting through coughs and sneezes that that emanate from someone's body. They usually travel about six feet before being captured by the force of gravity in kind of falling falling to the so. They're not something that it's not something airborne Like measles for example there are risks touching surfaces that someone has coughed or sneezed on and that's why we're emphasizing people. Wash their hands a lot. That's not the main way it's transmitting but it is one way that you can get it for each of those activities. You really have to think about your own. Risk factors what you might be facing in in terms of health problems. What your age is and then kind of. Make those decisions for yourself. In general we want people to start thinking about all of their activities that are non essential trying to. Can you modify them to put yourself less in contact with other people? It's not that everyone that gets. This is going to get seriously ill. But you don't want the virus to use you as a chain of transmission to someone that might be more vulnerable so we try to get people to social distance as best as they can. But we know that. This is disruptive. There's a cost social distancing and sometimes that's hard from a policy standpoint even from an individual standpoint to decide what the best actually take all right. We're talking with Dr Emiss- Adul- Joe Johns Hopkins. Dr What about the basics thing like hey? I get packaged. From Amazon. It's come domestically not from China. Is this something where I should wipe it down before I opened the package. What about getting my mail from the mailbox? I mean we don't know if the mailman has has corona virus should be wiping down everything we open from the mail. I suspect that the risk from and packages is very very low and I would probably tell people not. That's not going to be the way that you get infected. I mean obviously you can find studies that show that this virus can remain viable on services but in most everyday life. I don't think you're going to find those types of things mail or packages being major carriers for it or your mailman or male per meal carrier being the main way that you that you're going to get exposed. It's really costing sneezes from other people and I think that people need to not necessarily become compulsive about all of that stuff but a lot of commonsense touching touching. Common Services like countertops type of thing is what we're really talking about less so the packages in the mail or or anything like that. Although there's going to be panic and people are going to do that and it's going to be possible to stop people from doing that but I don't think that the main A major risk that I myself worried about And I'm going to check my mail as soon as I got off the phone with you. All right doctor. How about this one? We have a lot of young parents listening to this show who have kids playing youth sports such as.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

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02:43 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

"We'd get the test going yet very poor for those that have it when you get a text the Washington state department of health also tells me that they acknowledge that while testing is becoming more readily available there are still limitations in our healthcare system they're not allowing them to get samples from people as quickly as possible they say they're working to address those limitations they just couldn't specify what those are to me most quarantines isolations in response to a coronavirus remain voluntary good closing schools actually make the problem worse come was Brian Calvert takes a closer look I first heard the notion that closing schools isn't the answer last month when Dr MS adult Joe Johns Hopkins University told CNBC we don't really believe that closing schools can have a very big impact because often if the children will congregate somewhere else for example at a mall like that happen during H. one N. one after they close schools then Monday king county health department chief paddy Hayes told the Seattle city council really not be affected because children congregate anyway we've seen this and other outbreaks to permanent days Dr John Dunn we know unfortunately from past experience that when you keep kids home from school heck I know this from my own experience as a father when you keep kids home from school they don't necessarily stay home in the room with the trick shot they they go out and they still hang out with each other so I it's it's not entirely clear of the closing down of school are keeping kids home is necessarily going to stem is actually going to stem the spread of disease leading to the question why would you close a school under the veil of covert nineteen there are a lot of things that are attempting to do because it makes us feel better Dr Daljit pulls less of a punch this is something that often gets on a political level as that people want to see their local governments doing something rather than something that's scientifically based yet before you condemn those who choose to cancel class keep in mind some school districts are merely responding to the desires of their communities which is how many argue it should be and there's always something you may not have considered before closing the north shore district superintendent Michelle read understood the risks to kids wasn't as high she had to consider someone else we had over five hundred staff that are over sixty alone we had over thirty staff that are pregnant you know I could go on with the data but we have to realize we were not going to have the availability to have staff enough staff to safely operate our school Brian Calvert komo news at twenty past the hour on komo news your call will propel insurance money up an impressive rebound by U. S. stocks today after a massive seven percent.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

"A partly sunny forty eight and clouds in forty eight now in downtown Seattle companies time two oh six a service member base to JBL lamb has tested positive for covert nineteen we're told that the person and their spouse been quarantined their home off base where they are receiving treatment twelve people who came into contact with the infected person are now being monitored with so many residents from life care center in Kirkland testing positive for coronavirus other nursing homes and eldercare facilities are taking precautions to protect the people in their care a post on the website for ida Culver house in Ravenna says one of the residents died Monday the minute hospitalized since March fourth and tested positive for the virus two days later Seattle times identifies him as eighty six year old Kenneth Robert hunt his son wrote on a Facebook post that his dad's underlying lung and kidney issues put him into the at risk population writing his father had a true joy and zest for life which makes his recent and rapid death so much sadder statement on the I. D. Culverhouse website also says we continue to work with public health officials residents and staff to prevent an outbreak in a retirement community the couple's Carlene Johnson most quarantines in isolations in response to a corona iris remain voluntary the closing schools actually make the problem worse it was Brian Calvert takes a closer look I first heard the notion that closing schools isn't the answer last month when Dr MS adult Joe Johns Hopkins University told CNBC we don't really believe that closing schools can have a very big impact because often if the children will congregate somewhere else for example at a mall like that happen during H. one N. one after they close schools then Monday king county health department chief paddy Hayes told the Seattle city council may not be affected because children congregate anyway we've seen this and other outbreaks to permanent days Dr John Dunn we know unfortunately from past experience that when you keep kids home from school FAQ I know this from my own experience as a father when you keep kids home from school they don't necessarily stay home in the room with the trick shot they they go out and they still hang out with each other so I it's it's not entirely clear of the closing down of school or keeping kids home is necessarily going to stem is actually going to stem the spread of disease leading to the question why would you close a school under the veil of covert nineteen there are a lot of things that are attempting to do because it makes us feel better Dr Adel Joe pulls less of a punch this is something that often gets on a political level as that people want to see their local governments doing some writing rather than something to scientifically based yet before you condemn those who choose to cancel class keep in mind some school districts are merely responding to the desires of their communities which is how many argue it should be and there's always something you may not have considered before closing the north shore district superintendent Michelle read understood the risks to kids wasn't as high she had to consider someone else we had over five hundred staff that are over sixty alone we had over thirty staff that are pregnant you know I could go on with the data but we have to realize we were not going to have the availability to have staff enough staff to safely operate our school Brian Calvert komo news Amazon says it will spend five billion dollars to compensate south lake union small businesses hurt by the outbreak more from como's Corwin.

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KOMO

"Who depend on tech industry foot traffic business has suffered quite a bit just let your call it manages evoke espresso we make about a quarter of what we normally make we went from about twenty hundred day down to less than five hundred today customers that is aware of the impact Amazon says it will distribute five million dollars among small businesses adjacent to its Seattle campus to compensate for losses suffered in March yeah it would make a huge difference Lynsey Phelps said Gary Manuel salon yeah I mean Amazon's probably sixty percent of our business so we definitely rely on them Amazon says businesses with fewer than fifty workers may apply for the grants in downtown Seattle Corwin hake komo news couple news time twelve ten so let's head over the Harley exterior sports desk communications top teams got a little scare last night in Las Vegas more from tumblr sekarang Gonzaga faces a familiar foe over the west coast conference tournament championship game tonight they take on St Mary's at six o'clock from Las Vegas there was some doubt as to whether or not those ads would make it there is a way down to the wire but for being San Francisco last night eighty one seventy seven in the conference semifinals will appear in the conference title game tonight for the twenty third straight year the news not so good for the eleventh ranked exactly women they were upset by Portland in the WCC semis yesterday the Huskies set to play Arizona for the second time in five days to take on the Wildcats in a first round the pac twelve tournament tomorrow in Las Vegas the Huskies beat the Wildcats Saturday night in Tucson our coverage starts at two with a two thirty tipoff tomorrow yesterday the pac twelve announcing you dub freshman Isaiah Stewart picked up a pair of honors named all pac twelve first team and all pac twelve freshman team and America's getting set to take on the angels this afternoon in cactus league action after two one loss at Milwaukee last night and the status of three San Jose Sharks hockey games the NC double a women's basketball tournament at Stanford and won MLS game or in doubt after Santa Clara county announced a ban of all large gatherings of at least a thousand people for the rest of the month the response of the corona virus outbreak sports attentive forty pass each hour Tom Arnold Huskies komo news news time twelve eleven I'm Jeff pose a layer in the middle of twenty minutes of non stop news this the home school district is closed all of its schools today for cleaning this after a transportation worker tested positive for coronavirus in the coming school district for schools are linked to people with positive test results Sharon elementary in Lowell elementary are closed for the rest of the week Wilson high school is also closed today and Mary Lyon elementary will reopen on Friday the Michael Teo district challenger elementary is closed today and tomorrow most quarantines in isolations in response to a corona virus outbreak remain voluntary bus could closing schools actually make the problem worse skin was Brian Calvert takes a closer look I first heard the notion that closing schools isn't the answer last month when Dr MS adult Joe Johns Hopkins University told CNBC we don't really believe that closing schools can have a very big impact because often that the children will congregate somewhere else for example at a mall like that happen during H. one N. one after they close schools then Monday king county health department chief paddy Hayes told the Seattle city council may not be affected because children congregate anyway we've seen this and other outbreaks to permanent days Dr John Dunn we know unfortunately from past experience that when you keep kids home from school FAQ I know this from my own experience as a father when you keep kids home from school they don't necessarily stay home in the room with the trick shot they they go out and they still hang out with each other so I it's it's not entirely clear that closing down school were keeping kids home is necessarily going to stem is actually going to stem the spread of disease leading to the question why would you close a school under the veil of covert nineteen there are a lot of things that are attempting to do because it makes us feel better Dr Adel Joe pulls less of a punch this is something that often gets on a political level as that people want to see their local governments doing something rather than something that's scientifically based yet before you condemn those who choose to cancel class keep in mind some school districts are merely responding to the desires of their communities which is how many argue it should be and there's always something you may not have considered before closing the north shore district superintendent Michelle read understood the risks to kids wasn't as high she had to consider someone else we had over five hundred staff that are over sixty alone we had over thirty staff that are pregnant you know I could go on with the data but we fast realized we were not going to have the availability to have staff enough staff to safely operate our school Brian Calvert komo news and on the politics front governor Jay Inslee won't be holding any more public bill signing sightings concerns about the ongoing outbreak Inslee's legislative director says the move was due to the extraordinary circumstances this is the sixty day legislative session ends on Thursday the bill signings will continue for the next few weeks come on it's time twelve fourteen years sue Romero with a check of the roads still have the accident to Ian appears county being worked on this once happening eastbound on state route five twelve in the parkland area at canyon road it's reported in the right lane and I am still single back up from at least Portland Avenue over to it elsewhere in Pierce county things are not bad at all if you're traveling south on I. five it actually has improved across the king Pierce county line taking a look at Seattle both your bridges all clear downtown Seattle so clear where it is not clear is in Snohomish county where a big accident has been walking for about two hours both directions of highway two between Monroe and salty so between old omen road in fern bluff road those are also the two roads you'll probably have to use to detour to get through those two towns I'm gonna let you know when that highway two has re opened between Monroe and sultan your next couple traffic at twelve twenty four and taking a look at the come Okey co roof forecast mostly cloudy highs in the upper forties to mid fifties today breezy conditions tonight cloudy with a chance.

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Show. World War One November eleven nine thousand nine hundred eighteen begins the mystery of what happened in one. And why one hundred years later, those lessons are critical to our understanding of the future. Michael Vallejo's, Mike collie for these many years is here with five reasons why we must remember World War One. Why forgetting is dangerous and why now over these next weeks as we prepare to talk about for Cy the Versailles treaty of nineteen nineteen. We must review we must review how we can avoid a clash of arms at that scale again, Michael a very good evening to your five reasons. I wanted to go very quickly here the narrative, we all know. But the fact that it was terrible. What did that tell us? Why must we remember that good? Good evening to you. Michael. John the. The narrative of of the great war took hold right after the great war, and the idea that it was a horrible, and especially in this is important and somewhat ironic even to the victors, and especially the victors Britain, France Italy, as well, the war was seen as just a calamity and not so much in Germany, which is also important and look at to that. But the fact is that the war is great lesson as you, and I and and many of us know, what's that? It must never happen. Again. It was the war to end all wars. That was the Oxford pledge that students took in Britain swearing never to take up arms for king and country. All of this would have told history that oh here is civilization prepared. Never to do it again. But it did so World War One kind of merged into World War Two. And it's really interesting because I remember the the fiftieth anniversary of World War One in nineteen sixty four. And that was the time when Barbara Tuchman great book, the guns of August appeared, and I how well I remember my parents and everyone around make going oh World War One. We hardly knew. Ye you know, it was almost as though World War One had been forgotten in the sense that it had been completely eclipsed by World War Two. It was almost as though World War. One were was the silent era in Hollywood. And and you know that once talkies appeared at the end of the twenty s a silent movies and the entire. Experience of movies before nineteen twenty eight was completely forgotten and only slowly rediscovered. Well, it was the same way with World War One suddenly in nineteen sixty four. It was like, oh, there was this earlier war before World War Two before the war that we all were veterans of like, my father and your father and everyone else who was a mature man in the nineteen sixties. Our president John F Kennedy, Richard Nixon, et cetera et cetera. They were all veterans of World War Two and suddenly World War One was discovered. And when it was rediscovered it was rediscovered in the context of the nuclear doomsday, the impending sort of Damocles that would destroy humanity. In fact, it was all one everything merges together, then and the war never stopped at the first Cy was a a dividing up of the next car. Flicked someone said we're still living with the break-up of the empire. And the the the the abusing of the of the sub tribes and tribes of the Middle East and Michael the nation between Moscow and European capitals in Washington, it's all right there in one thousand nine hundred and and what what what happened in World War One that people rediscovered in the nineteen sixties was that you didn't need nuclear weapons destroy civilization. And suddenly it became quite clear that it wasn't just the power of nukes that mattered. It was the capability. All right. Let's go to the second lesson then in nineteen fourteen Michael they were so ready that two weeks before the actual mobilization which begins the end of July into early August nineteen fourteen two weeks before there was a false notice. And a little Parisian town. I read about it in the newspapers and everybody thought this is war. So they rushed to get their uniforms on and. To the assembly point, the whole country was ready to fight. It's peculiar, Michael. It was as if they were all it was a collective madness. It was kind of madness. But it was a madness that had been building for century. You know, the essence of modernity was that war became after the French revolution. And in the wars of Napoleon war became the way in which the nation was fused together became one. And and achieved a kind of what I call an ecstatic realization through battle in other words, the nation transcended in battle, and and and became a kind of eternal vision. And we can see this also in the American civil war in the eighteen sixties and read it in the Gettysburg address. We can certainly see it in World War Two. And and the problem going into World War One was that all the nations of Europe assumed that the wars that had had preceded in maternity would be. Attained in a new war, and and all the wars like the rest of Japanese word of the Turkish war, the Crimean war. The Australian French war, the Franco, Prussian, war, etc. Etc. All of those wars since eighteen fifteen had been modest and controlled wars that had a chief d-, sometimes great and glorious achievements of Italy, the unification of Germany, and what was so wrong about going to work in. And so you had this convergence of a belief that war was the way in which a nation could realize itself and transcend on one hand and also a kind of complacency that war would fit all of the preceding pattern of wars for the last century. So there was no real danger. So obviously people flocked to the standard. And embrace the idea of going to war men and women as well. And that really set up such a gigantic fall. I mean such a great letdown within months within months because the massacre started right before the before the end of August. But it wasn't until the trench warfare. Started at the end of the year as the weather worsened that it settled into the standoff that we knew went on for four years and the bleeding that went on for four years third lesson that we must never forget, the leadership delete the elites as you say the aristocrats allowed this thing to be handed off to the superior forces of the general staff, Michael what nonsense the only person who learned the lesson. Here's Winston Churchill. He never trusted the generals in the second war. He replaced them willy nilly because he saw what those generals did to the population in the first war. You know, who the other guy? Was who didn't trust them. It was adult Hitler. And with the same. Good reason. I mean, the fact is that World War One was a war in which the elites essentially betrayed the people by handing off all responsibility to military machine. General general Haig general Kitchener, Michael all of them criminals for their conduct on and on. And these these men didn't care about human life. And they didn't really understand that war had to be successful at a very deep, emotional and spiritual level for the war to be seen ultimately as having been worthwhile. They just saw immediate tactical needs, and they they just literally Jaffer French. I mean, Michael Lisa appalling characters as long as they went to lunch. It really was. That kind of farce for them. The the great achievement on this score, of course, which everyone should watch at least five times in their life is Stanley Kubrick's passive glory. I watched it the other night anticipating this Michael it is still is still upsetting. I can't finish it again showing. And you know, it's it's not only true. It doesn't tell that half of it. And so it's really important understand today that what we have done in the United States is the same thing that was done before nineteen fourteen we've offloaded war into a special monastic of privileged and separate class in the military that conducts war owns war conducts war as they please. And this is a dangerous if we were to ever get into a general war. This is the one thing. That I fear would would ruin not we need another Churchill. That's the only thing that would stop it. I'm talking to Michael playoffs. We're talking about five reasons. Not to forget the first war which actually was the war of the twentieth century it just blended in rights at the Cold War right to the new Cold War was still living with the fragmenting of Eurasia and the conflict between North America, and the central Asian the central Asian continent that would be China and Russia Brazil living with and the deep wounds in Russia continue they still resent the AFC deploying soldiers to archangel and Murmansk. You bet they do as we tried to interfere in the Soviet army Soviet era. So there resentments and all if you scratch anyone in Europe, you'll find resentments towards another country. These are not forgotten lessons, though, the our grandfathers and great grandfathers have long since left us when we come back to more reasons. Not to forget the first war. Michael blair. Joe Johns Hopkins. I'm John bachelor..

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The near left one defacto fullback receive promotion it's a mixed with a thirty five forty forty five fifty steaming up seats territory 45 forty an angled out of bounds here's a flag back at the falcons forty but a giant caravan led the parade brick about they freeman who recently has the first dip its stance twenty six yards pete borelli or referee of a white hat one of his first words on the mic today all right the off her for her joe johns hopkins fans we'll recognize that up saints fans will recognize that play because that's the same pitch opposite wide receiver motion to the tale back that they use to tie the redskins game up a couple of weeks ago that's kind of a one time a game play it's a shame for the falcons it got called back it'll be hard to use it again in this game as a result depend first doubted 16 backed up to the thirty david was the only the game who've under center takes the step looks to throw loading up quickly peter ward's pops defied shakes hurting tuesday were targeted at the pretty glad he's the football was he touted thirty seven your wide sayed sleep rapidly may habit but it looks like he was wall down at the thirty eight that's a gain of eight it'll be secca down nettie matt ryan may not the fast athlete but he's an excellent athlete it's thought he's just a statue in the pocket that's absolutely wrong he's got functional mobility to get away from rushers the saints gave up rush length discipline on the right of the defense and he exploited it for a long run sector doubted a foul pitch their kurdi bryant under center score was the opening grab does super bowl should put zulu pants cocked up to the air flak from ryan who whispered to practice this week to simulate the sound puts his hand off the field pearson principle bedside penny drops back with a birdie four yard long support third out of 12 danicelle on the defensive coordinator created that one in anticipating the run following a pass play he put tell on a blitz in the.

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"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

KEOM 88.5 FM

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"joe johns hopkins" Discussed on KEOM 88.5 FM

"Joe johns hopkins voters stain is via this evening lynn too is mm business the peace remember two with the the luke maye gets in that hasn't been the event is bad yes indeed nick his it's pair look lorde the the man to the fiancee's the fencing man right the the the the that they'd be gene gene were being the.

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