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"rajesh kumar" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"Friend Rajesh Kumar. WHO's an epidemiologist in north India did. So in Nineteen ninety-four India had a plague outbreak in the west of India, which was a disaster that big economic loss, and they eventually got it under control in two thousand one. There was another smaller outbreak in north India and Rajesh. Kamar was an epidemiologist like me. At a academic university was put in charge, he called up the premier, the equivalent of the premiere on Saturday, and said You have to take my call and the guy was annoyed says why are you bugging me said if you don't do things, you're going to have a problem on your hands. The premier panicked and said what do you need? And Reggie said give me two hundred people. Two, hundred police, officers and phones. That's all I need. So what they did is they went to each of the places where a possible plague case had been identified. And they asked this is the police asking and to be candid. They weren't very polite about it. They would ask you. Where have you been? What have you contacted? And then they would. That police officer would stay outside and say you're under quarantine for five days. You can't leave the house. They went to the next place found whoever have been exposed to the same basically mandated their quarantine. So just with. This approach asking who they've contacted and no testing. At that time. They didn't have testing available. But just with this simple contact, tracing and isolation regimes able to shut down the plague epidemic north India. So it's a very powerful tool We've seen it in a much more draconian sense in the response in China in who obey. Were basically people going door to door and looking for anyone that was a positive, and sometimes they would just. Coordin- off the whole building. Now. You don't need that level of draconian response. and it would be tolerated in Canada, but the core principles of finding who's been exposed. And making sure that they're isolated. For the infectious period is really effective so low tech does work. And for what it's worth. You see what happened down in Tulsa. All the secret service agents that were part of the president trump's rally. have been asked to self isolate because they were in potentially hot spot, I don't know if they're testing, but they've been asked to self isolate for help. They're testing. I'm Keith Macarthur? Unlocking Bryson's brain is a podcast about my son. The rare disease that keeps him from walking or talking bracelets perfect. His life is really hard, and our families search for a cure. Oh my Gosh! Maybe science is ready for this. It's part memoir part medical mystery. We do just about anything modifying. DNA Heart in my throat. Cure is controversial unlocking bryson's brain. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Hi Dr Brian Goldman. If you haven't heard my new podcast, the does this is the perfect time to subscribe each week. We answer your most pressing health related questions and right now we know you're grappling with covid nineteen on those we bring in top experts to answer your questions about the corona virus and post some of our own. The latest evidence in a way that's easy to understand by subscribing to the dose it's. To getting through this difficult time, you can find the dose wherever you get your podcast. You're listening to the dose on CBC Radio One I'm Dr Brian Goldman this week. I'm talking about contact tracing for Covid nineteen with Dr Private job to jaws the director of the Center for Global. Health Research at Saint Michael's Hospital and Professor of epidemiology at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. You're currently in the midst of a major study testing people for Covid, nineteen antibodies and hoping to. To learn more about how long were immune to the disease after we get it, and and who's actually been infected, it's not the same as contact tracing. It's not at all the same as contact tracing, but it's related and I want to know if you can talk a little bit about your research, and how it relates to to to creating a bigger snapshot of how covid Nineteen is affecting Canada along with contact tracing. Sure so are a study, called the ABC study, which is action to be corona virus, but it also means antibodies against the virus. As a very simple goal, wonder no among randomly selected. snapshot of Ten Thousand Canadians. Adult Canadians how many have been infected with the virus that causes cove it. And we did this in a real hurry. Because like you and and many other. Observers we think that the peak of infection probably was in. The end of April in Canada. Antibodies the the things that the body mounts to fight the virus typically take about a month to reach kind of what's detectable levels or steady level, so that puts us at the end of May. Now we don't know whether these antibodies fall quickly over time, which would be bad news for immunity or they stick around so we? Fearing the worst we said let's not wait and we started getting the kids out as of June. June the ninth, so we've got eight thousand kits out, and now people are returning the samples to our lab where they'll be tested very carefully for antibodies. And what we want to know from that is very simple questions. How many Canadians infected? How many older Canadians infected? Does infection mean some protection against new infection because we'll be asking everyone to get retested in a few months, so we'll be able to establish whether having antibodies protects you from having a another infection or whether the antibody level. Stay stay high. And because we've doing such a large sample across the country. We.
"rajesh kumar" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Okay so that's their plan and it doesn't work now because they have no pilots right so when the lead hijacker called a sovereigny realizes that the cockpit crews escaped he knows he has to negotiate with officials at that point so he orders the first and business class passengers to get back into coach and people are like sitting in the aisles. They're kind of just like couldn't find these two. This one space with the hijacker two hijackers on either side of them so for nearly seventeen hours. The hijackers hold the passengers and crew hostage. Oh so the first casualty happens around ten. Am for hours. After they hijacked the plane suffering he goes through the plane and finds a twenty nine year old Indian American resident of California. He'd been recently naturalized American citizen his. Name's Rajesh Kumar and Safari. Any orders Qamar to come to the front of the aircraft and to kneel at the front doorway of the aircraft okay. I think this might be the same hijacking. That is the story behind. The one of the first episodes of ice survived. I ever saw but I'll let you tell the rest. It's basically just a this hijacking story but I'll tell you later if it is actually that okay. 'cause there's more than three hundred stories unfortunately and so he has to face the front of the aircraft with his hands in feet his hands behind his head so he's kneeling there with a gun to his head at the front of the door. Yeah suffering tells officials that if a new cockpit crew is not sent on the plane and the next fifteen minutes Kumar will be shot so when a pilot doesn't arrive within the hour suffering shoots Kumar in the head and push them out of the door onto the tarmac below. Which I think I've seen video of video of that I I don't know and if not then there's other hijackings and it could have been the video. Yeah whore stuck with me since I was a kid and of course. Yeah so Pakistani personnel on the tarmac. Report that Kumar is still breathing when he's placed in an ambulance that grab him. He's pronounced dead on the way to the hospital in Karachi so outside on the tarmac Pan Am's Karachi director veer off Deroga- uses a megaphone and tries to negotiate with the hijackers. He tells them that the authorities are looking for pilots to fly them wherever they need to go. Which is true. They're trying to get like people diverted into that that what's it called airport. Thank you to get someone on the plane right. But it's just taking too long the tears Intel or like I'm about to land right just the and only thirty six hour. I'm going the wrong way. So the terrorists tell the flight attendants to collect the passports of all of the people on the plane and the passengers so that they can identify the Americans on board because that's their target so the flight attendants who are led by the head of the head of flight attendants near by not who. So she's in charge of the flight attendants because the pilots left and now she's the most senior cabin crew member and she is like we're GONNA we're not you know she's like we're going to do what we were trained to do. And we'RE NOT GONNA freak out so they have plans to foil the hijackers and are ready to risk their lives to save as many passengers as they can. Do I like this. Yeah so let me tell you about near. She grew up in Bombay India in Punjabi family with her father mother and two brothers. Her family calls her law. Do which is the Hindu word for sweet and God gifted. Her Dad describes her as very sensitive deeply affectionate extremely decent at Age Sixteen. She spotted here dead describing diese remains a decent human. She's okay she's decent. She'll get the job done as a daughter at the sixteen responded by a modeling Scout. Get several modelling assignments at AD agency. She becomes like she's a model. She's fucking so beautiful. She attends several goods. She's not one of those weird model Saul personality sorriest. She attends several good schools and eventually graduates from Saint Xavier College in Bombay. So she's Super Smart Way. In March of Nineteen ninety-five. She travels to the American Gulf for an arranged marriage but it's a toxic and abusive marriage relationship just to borrow money from him just to make phone calls back home. This is really awful controlling person. She gathers all her strength and leaves him and goes back home. Nice kind of unheard of at the time. Yeah you know believing an arranged marriage Yeah totally she then applies for flight attendant position with Pan Am who had decided to have an all Indian cabin crew for its Frankfurt to India routes that year and add a ten thousand applicants. She's placed within the top eighty and still be selected for training Miami Florida and she returns to India as a purser. Which is what. Your Dad did right. Yes on the crucial yeah She carries she carried a lot of luggage. I don't I don't think it says here that it's the title for the chief flight attendant so I think it maybe means something different there and it's considered the most senior crew position so he thinks just like she's fucking incharge It's two days before her. Twenty third birthday when the plane is hijacked twenty. Third Baby Baby. Yeah Oh can already so accomplished flight attendants collect all the passports and then near directs the other attendance secretly pull out any American passport and the fucking hide them. They'd like Tuck them into seats. They throw them in middle trash bins and hide them in their clothes and they refuse to give them any American passports and they managed to hide forty one passports. Total ooh WEIRD. Full-body chillier crazy. Isn't it. Yes and it's so risky. It's really risky. And it's really important and it's really brave. I mean when it comes down to the flight attendants are human beings just like everyone on board and yet there and they just have a certain job that puts them in this position and yet they are willing to sacrifice their lives. Because of yeah. They're the ones that have to. That's what they don't have to though they just it's like they have so much integrity that they're willing to tell us they know they're the they're the final line. If you're the person that's like well they told me to do it. And they have a gun. It's like but you could also try to think of a plan to try to do something which is kind of why the pilots leaving is touchy for me. Because like they had authority they had means they there could i. it's hard. I was on that side but the rationale and the reasoning. The plane can't leave if the pilots are gone. Works for me. It couldn't have just thrown keys out of the patch. There's the spare go up and go grab them. I mean it's basically saying you know it's like taking the engine out where it's like. There's nothing we can do a hundred. I'd buy Yes yes. I didn't like it in the beginning. Yeah I'm I love it now. Okay so over the next few hours inertia and the other attendants continue to serve people food and drinks on like they're making sure everyone's eating and has drinks which is like so crazy odds less never tasted a more delicious tiny bottle of dewars in your life then when that chicken served up. Amen what beverage like fucking take any about point in the evening. The hijackers who seemed to be like they talk to the passengers. They don't I don't think right away kill anyone else. They spare a couple of people's lives as well and they allow everyone to go to the toilet one after the other by crawling on the floor on the floor with their hands over their heads not saying the hijackers are good guys. It's just this weird message. They're sending at one point near removes. Okay so here's what she does. She takes a page that had a flight. Manual that describes procedures for opening the aircraft door. And she fucking toxic into a magazine and then is like two passenger. Here is a magazine yes magazine. Here's the page. Thirty seven years the magazine you ask for a man with huge by eight. Who sitting in the emergency exit? Isn't that amazing? And probably gave him a tiny. I flare she handwrite. Here's the thing and here's an extra doors for yourself. Here's your payment if people if you're in a high pressure situation pay close attention to what other people are doing because sometimes the way people can communicate with you. I love that I just like you. Hope and pray that when you're in a panic situation someday because we're all going to be in one way or another you know yet. Our lives that we react with without panicking and with fuck and foresight and a calmness and can like take the next steps necessary to make the situation better just really fucking hope that. I believe in the calmness amidst worst-case scenarios. Because it's happened to me in very strange ways like I told you the story of when I thought there was a rattlesnake and my sister's car and it was a hilarious college boy prank but it was a coiled rattlesnake. That was stuff and they put it in my sister's car to see how much we'd freak out and I leaned it yeah. I leaned loading up my sister's car. We were both in Sacramento. I open the passenger door. Put something in her car look down saw rattlesnake and then moved backwards and shut the door so quickly that the guys that were watching to be like you screamed and cried or whatever they were like. Whoa and they were super impressing than I was super back with care. I didn't realize I had that in me to in I just was like get away get get occurs and close the doors those the fucking door. I had a moment where I was in. I think right before we met. I was in the head on or no sorry right before I met Vince. I was in this head on fucking car accident. One someone turned in front of me and I completely smashed into them and a few seconds before it happened. I realized there was no way to get out of it. I was going to completely around this car scary and I just thought okay here like I've having Zaidi so I'm always waiting for the worst case scenario so I was like here it comes. This is the worst case. Do you know and I remember how you always read about. People who are drunk driving the drunk people don't get hurt because they're so relaxed. Yes so I made myself relax my entire body when I hit the car and you weren't injured now. Oh do demand wasn't injured because I had a good car. Thank you Nissan Versa. Because the car accident wasn't as bad as I thought it was a very high value endorsement. Right she's a safeguard. Well that's amazing. That's a little bit like the time I got sucked under in a wave in Hawaii where I couldn't get I was basically like a washing machine and I. I hope yeah and it was just went. Do not like I just had this moment. Like I went so calm. I've never been that calm in my life and I was just like just continue to hold your breath. This is going to be over like ten second count to ten. And then that's what happened. There was so much sand in my. There's just so much sand everywhere and then I was like. Why did you save like one of those moments in the moment of it? I think we all have the capacity..
"rajesh kumar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And now all this cordcutting going on him all of these new ways of being the channels cable companies that are removing espn frogs are how does that were in that of bore of loud he wanted just quickly so how does that work if you get playstation view or sleighing or one of these cordcutting apps yeah espn i believe is jill part of it they still get paid though don't they assuming they do but i i'm talking about is like you know we used to be part of the base of cable package were they would get an x amount of from everybody from every everybody's cable bill they got a piece of for years and years and years for twenty years i'll look at your capable now they have if you want it's an entertainment fees or whatever what they've now on his olukuowo though for what he's talking about but also abroad karakal all across the country and people who didn't realize they were pegged in the meantime the cable companies to lower their bills so but we don't wanna ask so get that off our bill right at the seven dollars that comes along with it off the bill and they're feeling the brunt of that and they you know they've overpaid for a lot of sports properties and that's why there will be a crash in the mark levin here and the nfl might be right in the middle of all that cultural dominique rajesh kumar he'd be a guy to choose to have power that all this now have a lot to say in this law season since he was one of the guys publicly disciplined by makhadov but he says enough with all this crap let's just play one and yet rugby we need him to get the full all right first nate so he's got the ms in the game to the nine ready on sunday snuck good how if he may be less visiting its week ten and he's doing math or he's just saying hey if we focus this week and win a game we're going to be one in aviano delgado kilmer defense which is really on now childish throwing.
"rajesh kumar" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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