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"st. detroit" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Michigan there we go it is a the head basketball coach for the Hudsonville eagles boys program first off when do you think who or what will it take for high school sports to return even practicing another dog games and then at the youth level when it comes to that youth basketball when do you think will be the right time for youth basketball to return what would need to happen all I really don't have an answer you know the there's just so many unknowns you know we would like to think that more on the down side of the room you know what does that mean we're back to a somewhat normal sleep by June I think we'd like to think that but we we don't know one thing that I do think is you know I I I think all of these youth sports their season's high school summer camps props I think everybody still got to have their crack at it I just think we're gonna have to abbreviate thanks you know I I think that it's just not fair to say Hey we're gonna skip you don't want to order eight season you know these these kids they work too hard throughout the whole year with you know that with the you know so many so many kids nowadays specialize in they they work an entire year for the summer travel season or you know things like that so I I think we've got to give everybody an opportunity it's it's probably going to have to be abbreviated and then you know from high school coaching perspective again unknown channeled the month of June is when I the majority of high school teams are are going to their team camps and you know running their their summer camps in their communities and all of that stuff is up in the air so until we get some clarity as to you know when we can get back together it's really hard to speculate from the scheduling standpoint I think it's going to be localized I doubt any colleges are good most colleges have cancelled their jams for the summer they usually get out in front of those things in March April anyways it's going to be localized Eric that's just my guess on a best case scenario so if we hit the peak tomorrow is the the university Washington model says words later in April and then there is the down side of the curve and they figure out medically what they're going to do and they open up businesses and the social distancing rules begin with smaller groups so you know it might be something where a coach gets to work from six feet away with four kids it all started in late June for dental six weeks in the summer before you would get the football practice yeah I think there's going to be a very safe approach to this just like there was a worst case scenario approach to this to start so I think you're probably right and you know we've already started conversations about you know the soon worked out soon you know those types of things so I I I think you're right that's gonna be how things get started in and hopefully you know we get backed up like I said some sense of normalcy sooner rather than later and then what they can do is use a if again this is all best case scenarios Helton safety of everybody in Michigan and America first but they'll be able to use some of those get togethers in June two coaches stay six feet away you know you can't go to tell the kids you know box out I'm gonna show you you know you need to get better happier in all cultures have you know some parents will love the heads from kids might love a cocoa just gotta stay six feet away with those right though though they'll be a very like to see tests the water period here in because you have youth you have high school view of colleges you have the pro se and the one thing I'll say about pros has a lot of international flavor colleges have a lot of international faculty students who fly in from around the world and go to school at American colleges and universities same thing with pro athletes in multiple sports NBA has a major worldwide influence and that's a good thing when you look at guys like don check but the high school level then he won't be able to travel with nationally high NYC travel might be Hudsonville could play in Holland right or or something that your schedule here I'm talking the end of this you're dead even in the summer will be limited a and the the travel sports it's going to be tough to go into the choice that will take over the world I take a longer time to get out of this and other people of St Detroit so I though it will be very delicate going back in I thank and and that that sounds right in in you know for us old school coaches that have been doing to our consumption we might have a bit of a learning curve and a transitioning back into things but you know I I think I heard you say that the the health and well being of of our youth and everybody is obviously the priority so we will we have to do what we gotta do are your kids grown Eric all your children yeah my youngest is is Chloe who is a senior at Arkansas senior so let let let's back this up ten years ago with Chloe and so she's a panel whether the whole ten nine eight whatever she is seven ten years ago and she's playing in youth basketball you soccer or whatever G. sport she's played running track swimming as a parent based on what we've seen so far best case scenario the curve flattens and begins to descend by June one things look pretty good in Michigan what would you want as a parent if your kids have Chloe was eight or nine an over seven in that age group you know ten years ago what would you want to see before you feel comfortable in letting your daughter back with other kids playing sports but I again I just think it's you know well is the concern and I think that's the majority of parents and you know whatever that looks like you know at that point if she's eight years old and it's much as she loves to travel softball in her basketball team you know we're not putting our kids in harm's way whatever it looks like for us to be beyond that is when we feel comfortable getting her back in sports are great that's why the the youth side of this this is all gonna be about at each level pro college high school in the U. sports all the different travel we only mention softball everything we have right yeah Y. A. so everything we have in all all our cities who's going to be the first to say we're going back right the word were the first to jump in to test the waters that that is going to be a tough call by any U. sport by any pro sport who's gonna be the first backed plan that's a good question I don't know who that's going to be somebody that has some doubts probably exactly and I don't think you're going to well the one thing about risking it with kids and I I will say before we know it and again the what is what is really needed to be fearful of that when you look at the numbers the children hi I think it's a really been affected by the coronavirus and hardly affected at all but it only takes one kid in a Hudson bill youth basketball program right it's it's it's one kid who god forbid we get it or in the upper peninsula or traverse city or wherever that first back eight and also as a parent your risk okay if you knew there was a one percent chance let your kid could get sick doing this eight ninety nine percent chance of me okay as a parent you sailed on with it he's good she's good go ahead like that that that's a tough calls apparently running up well for sure for sure yeah it's it's it's in I I I don't want to be in that position and and obviously most of us parents are going to you know be on the safe side and and and and not put our kids in that situation there's no question about that you know as much as what we loved youth sports and and whatever level of support it it's just not worth it in the other side of that is likely to be the unknowns I mean there's still all kinds of unknowns you know and and it's just not worth the risk could be a situation where until there is something medically done whether in the coach can be shown that they do not have symptoms or they've had it nanobodies are there that antibody testing talked about being a vaccine there may be a year away but you never know with how fast they're moving on this before you're a parent and there will be an individual decision before you say it's safe for my kid to play and I think John Conlin the soccer coach from these come with another hold alarm he said that he Asians unless or something we don't see that kids will be back in school that the U. sports will use that as the reason to return yeah I think that's right I think everybody's gonna use the schools and their decisions as kind of a a gauge as to what they can do with the schools you know take the liberty to bring everybody back together I think that everybody feels like a there's there's there's something behind it it must be safe and I I think people will follow suit at that point there go it does a great job with that helps a little basketball program off the cord is more important on the court especially with what he's dealing with in every high school sports program winner championship teams in spring teams are dealing with its unprecedented something we'll all remember the rest of our life it's not over yet keep the social distancing going and hopefully the curve flattens and begins to drop sooner than later Eric thank you for the wonderful conversation I'll tell mark you always said you know what Eric will be good on air and I'm thinking while Margie will the agent to the coaching stars the Michigan high school athletic association that's awesome thanks for having me yeah my best to you and your family everybody who Hudsonville and give and give some huge loves all those seniors and you know what if you do that senior night into fits my schedule I'll be out there now and see it for you guys okay I love it you're gonna get an invite now I can count on a body okay all right yeah that is that's a cool idea I'm not going to take credit for it even though I just set it on there but I know now that every school then this is best case scenario you do a senior night to start the season then it might not even be a game it might be a special senior night where it's just the parents of those seniors can you hold by that time it save basketball starts at one end of November usually in early December he hope by that time you'll be able to have a crowd back at a high school game right many of those good call mark you.
"st. detroit" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"A vaccine we're committed to delivering a vaccine we're gonna put the full power of the US government or private sector towards getting to a vaccine but that's one part of a multi sectoral response program I just want to make something clear this very important vaccine or no vaccine we're back you know from the relief factor dot com studios here's Mike Gallagher I thought it was really important to read The New York Times yesterday cover to cover why well I'm a **** I don't know want to torture myself you know how once in awhile we'll get a progressive or a lefty who will call the show and they say well I listen to you my because I want to hear what the other side is thinking and saying and believing and I always appreciate that because it gives me a chance to to try to I don't know enlightened somebody who doesn't see the world the way I do as to why I feel the way I feel so it is important to listen to each other it is important to kind of study and analyze the the grotesque way the media seems to be almost sharing for the coronavirus I don't want to believe that there are reporters and journalists doing that but with the continual good news that America right now is experiencing compared to where we were a month ago you think that was a big story the death count is terrible for now I guess over ninety thousand lives lost it's a vicious virus but in all of the measurable data new infections new deaths daily counts all of this data is down pretty dramatically drive down Michigan for example hard hit St Detroit was hard hit I should say not one death reported yesterday not one that's the first time that's happened that's the first time that's happened so I I really wanted to go through this exercise of getting the tone the theme of the New York times and I can tell you what the mainstream media as exemplified by the times is all about it is well yes but yes but yes there is good news with the data but it could come back what about the fall what about what about what bright said last week what about what felt she is warning yes but now I get the concern and I understand we all acknowledge the perils of this vicious virus we need to protect everyone I I'm you know I get the statistical probability of being elderly being having co morbidities having other existing underlying conditions but who cares if your loved one has diabetes or is overweight or or or has a heart condition you don't want to lose your loved one you don't want to go through this show it it doesn't really matter what matters to me is the unwillingness of the mainstream media to cover the the better news is that this country and indeed the world is experiencing with the kind of vigor that they have covered the onslaught and the optics here's a good example New York times and the reason I tell you this is it is important you see how millions of people who are not like minded get their information there's this constant drumbeat of all people to listen to talk radio or fox news or indoctrinated they only show the world what what you think about people who read The New York Times here's a headline page fourteen tracking an outbreak the global response as neighbors closed Sweden's stayed open a deadly month shows how risky that was how we talked about Sweden last week to me that's an interesting comparison Sweden didn't lock down they trusted their citizens to do what they felt was right and by the way I want to be very clear about what Sweden didn't look like it wasn't like business as usual in Sweden many people did social distance and stay home many people did not go out into the communities into the into the restaurants on the ship and and the bars at all but nothing was mandatorily shut down so here's the article Sweden's stayed open they had a deadly month and when you break down the article you read it in Stockholm big busy city right where the virus spread through the migrant communities more than twice the usual number of people died last month they don't give any data they don't say what number in that article they just say more than twice the usual number people died what's the number is a terrible what is it no two countries are exactly alike rage the New York times Swedish officials chose not to implement a nation wide lockdown trusting the people would do their part to stay safe schools restaurants gyms and bars remained open which social distancing rules enforced what gatherings were restricted to fifty people two months later you got to get into the body of the article here the big the big takeaway are you ready big scary headline gently month Sweden look at those dumb Swedes what they did when the rest of the world stayed close here's the here's the here's the kicker two months later Sweden has not seen the worst case scenario many envisioned culverted nineteen deaths have disproportionately hit the elderly and those in nursing homes as is the case in most countries but hospitals have not been overwhelmed as with the rest of the world it will be months or even years before the full picture of mortality emerges now we're going to look at what twenty years from now just see how much damage Kobe did she what they're doing I'm not a journalist I don't pretend to be I'm a big mouth with the radio show I'm an American I love what I do I try to share as much information with you as I can I come in here truthful my heart on my sleeve do you see what they're trying to do well twice as many deaths as well that are twice the usual amount of people died last month well how many many thousands are the hospitals overwhelmed are they out of ventilators are they out of ICU beds because that for her right now New York times it was not the worst case scenario covert nineteen deaths hospitals have been overwhelmed but now they're pivoting and now the goal posts are moved to we won't know for years what happened this is garbage you know what I know it and I suspect the New York times knows they can't stand the report on the fact that the data is very encouraging that deaths are growing dramatically down around the country they can't stand it they are so afraid the we're gonna have a recovery and I wonder what's going on this year wonder why they might be rooting for America and the world to fail I don't know I can't think of anything going on this fall can you man oh man welcome it is Monday there are good there are good numbers there is good news here's what let's start with New York big epicenter of the outbreak New York City was decimated by Kobe at nineteen New York state at the top of the line here's the governor Andrew Cuomo giving an update yesterday about the number of deaths in New York look how long it takes on the way down compared to on the way off that's why those spikes are dangerous which have a spike coming down from the spy is a prolonged period of time number of deaths are doomed one hundred and thirty nine at a different time and place if I had that news to deliver that would be incredibly shocking to people only in this environment is it not shocking and relative to where we were it's good news hello sounds wistful doesn't make it healthy emotions for written thirty nine dollars that would normally be sure how many people you think di New York every day normally I don't know if he's ever been shocked it you know murders and abortions and suicides and heart disease and cancer deaths one of many people die wonder how many people die normally here's Alex Cesar the secretary of health and Human Services he was on with Jake tapper over the weekend on CNN are they taking measures such as social distancing and masks that that make this re opening work yet Jake I think your question is very insightful we think we are seeing that in areas that are opening but we're not seeing the spike in cases we still see spikes in some areas that are in fact closed very localized situations isn't that interesting and that's true incident with all the data if you if you analyze it and appear to hold back areas that are closed she spikes areas that are open or not Detroit one of the cities hit hardest by corona virus not one new probate death reported yesterday now again it's going to go walk down every death is awful every Jeff generally is is is sad and awful and painful but where is the enthusiasm where's the optimism all I know I know I know where the optimism is coming from I know where the love of country is coming from I know where the encouragement is coming from coming from this guy I just want to make something clear it's very important vaccine and no vaccine we're back and we're starting the process and in many cases they don't have vaccines and a virus or flu comes and you fight through it we haven't seen anything like this at a hundred and some odd years nineteen seventeen but you fight through it and people sometimes I guess we don't know exactly yet but it looks like they become immune or at least very short while it may be for life but you fight through it but what would like to do this weekend is the vaccine I think we're going to be successful in doing it hopefully by the end of the year you got to make a choice what side.
"st. detroit" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"State of Michigan I get the Troy in Detroit just like what New York is doing Michigan should be three regions it should be Detroit metro it should be out St Detroit and it should be the upper peninsula is just common sense and if we can bring back workers to an automobile factory then that mom and pop small store can open up and cater to fifty or a hundred clients or customers in the course of eight hours yeah you don't like it talked about every time I've been on I think you know we've learned how to do things from some of the stores that stayed open and it certainly would be nice to be able to apply the what we've learned to other stores and other businesses and so forth because you know people adapt and people are able to do that and you know lives are at stake the livelihood during steak and I meant it be reasonable to say you know what we've learned some things let's let's let's apply what we what we've learned look at all look at all the Meijer locations of Meyer is been wonderful with their social distancing them following all the rules put in place and I've gone to Meyer once or twice a week since I started so eight times their employees have been frontline workers and god bless them all but with everybody going into Meyer and any other grocery store across Michigan in America the millions of interactions that have occurred during this ongoing corona virus we don't have large numbers of people were it's been documented employees and also customers of a grocery store with hundreds if not thousands interacting every day there is no medical data that says any of us are at major risk when interacting inside a grocery store but that mom and pop flower shop has to do curbside delivery it's crazy yeah I agree I agree I I yep but I I don't I think we've learned a lot and we should be able to apply that to certainly more businesses than than we have so far in the most important thing about this application of what we've learned is when you know doctor felt she said about the NFL collagen into pro football coming back in the fall if there is a second way we know what we need to do we know the most most vulnerable age group we know how to deal with this we know what works we know what doesn't work right and that's what you know and I'm glad you brought that back up if it's possible I don't think very likely but it's possible we see something to fall like we saw March and April again I and I think that's not very likely at all because we are doing things differently than we were in December and January when this is really starting to get ramped up and so it's not likely to be the same as it was you know in March and April because we've learned some things but we are probably going to have a wave but the but if anybody knows about ways you can have a little waiver a big wave or a medium wave and I think we're everybody's doing everything possible to make sure that this wave is not very big at all so when someone says there's a good chance or inevitable that we have a wave or a or more cases in the fall that's not an inaccurate statement it would stand to reason that we have more cases in the fall the more cases could be a few more a lot more and so when people again sort of jump to conclusions that it's going to look in the fall like like like it looked in the spring like what we just got done with and are still in some places you know getting done with it it's not likely that had that happens because again we're not acting like we did in November December and January when we didn't know what was going on no one knew what was going on and and that's the time treat now we're more in the summer when reporter preparing for what could happen in the fall and so it's not inaccurate to say that cases will go up this fall it's likely that they will but it's also not an accurate to say that it's not gonna look AT shirt look anything like it did in in March and April and we're much more prepared for just like you said if we have some hot spots we stuff about the the places we've seen it that that then they're working out of that as some of the meat packing plants obviously you've had some issues and they're working on on that and you know it's it's it's again when people aren't listening and they have a party or get together that you know where we're seeing simpler apps yeah I agree with you the front line workers are anybody who are out there I'm you know the medical professional fashion line considered one and only those who are on the front lines in Detroit New York are are absolutely but you know pull Easton firefighters and and so forth but but you use at a grocery store workers anybody who's out there who's in in in yeah interfacing with the public at the is a worker in the front line worker and we haven't we seen somewhere getting sick absolutely but it has that we haven't seen those just gigantic player up to some of the stores have been opened and beginning to this can keep all getting together when they're not able to get be getting together and not social distancing so as long as we can social distance we can do things to control this and that's where I think we have to that we have to do is educate individuals continue to social this socially distant I I just think that a second wave will come but if the testing shows what the mortality rate is if we can get you know you talk about all the positive testing now some of bin below seven percent if we can get to what the mortality rate is and if this is comparable to other viruses that are seasonal in terms of understanding okay pre existing conditions looking at what they're saying now you know upwards of eighty five percent of the deaths have been those sixty and up in pre existing conditions Italy I think they said even over ninety percent so what we're learning will be big Dr K. stick around we have one final segment occurred only a metro health university of Michigan health if you have any questions about covert nineteen go to metro health dot net also they are seeing patients at all metro health locations all the info at metro health dot that.
"st. detroit" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Michigan a state that has ten a little over ten million people and the death toll which is up to thirty five hundred and sixty seven and again Astros today connected to forty deaths and the numbers and the added testing and it's really tough I know everyone's waiting for the graph words fourteen days in a row when it goes down the boy that is pretty hi that's going to be a tough one when you're playing catch up with all the data coming from the last couple weeks be an added on in the certain days like today yeah that's why I think I'm I'm hopeful that at and some of these you know give states roll out their plan and even the federal government refine their plan because I think some of the measures don't completely make sense because it it it it like that more testing mate might be even more positive but if they're not the the sickest then then and then someone could get pick up they turned positive but but really hospitalizations are going down that everything which is why I think it's appropriate when some governors look insane we understand what the guidelines the Jack but we're going to do things slightly differently because when we look at our data and our state here's our our reading it and and you have to be very careful both my kids are in math and statistics and they're like they can't tell me every day you know you can you can make data look the way you want you anybody can do that twisted around advertising that happens with art with our media maybe not on purpose but on acting some times then so that's why each state really need to look at the data and really what it's hard when you come up with a hard and fast rules on when you're going to do something because the data that you're using a measurement that you're using might not actually reflect what's really going on which is why they get the thumb time state or locality do something that seems to be not what so and so said should happen but but they're actually really that's actually better than trying to follow some sort of artificial guidelines that may or may not have the right parameters all one thing that I did like about governor Whitmer's conversation yesterday that they will have the Michigan economic recovery council reporting regions region one will be Detroit which will house over five million two hundred thousand people in at fifty two point five percent of the population grand rapids region which will include can count in the surrounding areas has one point five million a little over that fifteen percent the name of the Kalamazoo region the Saginaw region the Lansing region the traverse city region the Jackson region down there in southeast Michigan and the upper peninsula and they base it on the population and I think moving forward after may fifteenth you may see a different set of rules for each region based on the medical data yeah that you know one of the best thing about this is if you can thank men make smaller smaller segment then you can't get can't go too small the smaller smaller segments so that each individual area of the country but now each individual area of the state in the country can work to to to make you know to do what's right for their area because they're all a little bit different and like we said you know there's peaks in those ripples in another thing than any happening at different times and different places and so that you know to some degree can go too small they could make the smallest thing that they make it makes it much easier but we don't have the blanket restriction or blanket move forward when when an area is not ready to win so it it I was happy to see that as well and made a lot of then and hopefully leaders and now the that segment of the sections will be able to get together over the next couple weeks and really look at the data and look what's happening in the region and and and do what makes sense you know healthcare system can work together to make sure there's enough buffer in case we do have a you know an uptick in cases that certainly can happen but all of these entities now know who's who's that they're sort of working with and can can then plan accordingly for the area of the state cigna health systems from the metro health university of Michigan health system with numerous locations throughout the state with medical professionals you know and consult with and have communication with what is the current status of available beds and where healthcare systems are at in terms of covert nineteen patients are they being over run that is a lower than expected or as expected in I'm talking out St Detroit we know what's going on in Detroit and what they're dealing with but we'll go according to the region planned if you look at it I will go to all the other seven regions outside of the choice reach yeah you know they they the good news is is that most regions in mac probably all the other regions except for Detroit like we have seen far fewer cases than expected or than at least planned for I think the they work hard they expected because we don't know exactly what to expect but certainly fewer than planned for and did not overwhelm systems I think certain hospital different trying to even out the areas we're we're busy and we're and were you know ever is working hard and we're stretched a little bit but and we know that there still could be an uptick somewhere else which is why everybody thinks but the good news is that the reality of the Kobe situation outside of Detroit is that there was a lot of preparation a lot of planning and a lot of ready now for so far you know a an outbreak outside of Detroit that didn't happen to be as big as the as it could have been partly in in the large part because of the social didn't thing and so forth and again everybody sort of planning to move forward that the downside to that all that planning with that certain you know key or you know elective surgery is an MRI and mammograms and sort of things that are we normally doing annual physicals will be put on hold for a good reason but now we have to catch up patiently to be cared for that that don't have code we talked about that before and frankly health systems need to be able to serve the population by getting him in for surgery the name right and so forth and therefore continue to make sure that the health system financially they will continue to report because the last thing we wanted everybody prepare for coalbed the good news is that outside of Detroit we didn't have a huge surgeon again we're ready in case there is one that we hope there isn't one but then unfortunately because of of the planning but not taking care of patients at the same time that the health systems are are going to struggle and and we don't want them down the road help that the staff to fold which would then make it harder to care for patients already straddling that trying to figure out where to kind of turn the corner to keep one eye and coal bid did you know and also in probably two identical but also to live somewhere else which it gets tricky because we all we know a patient that haven't got their care that they needed or that they were hoping to get and we need to get that started again and and what will that lead to in terms of more critical cases or even people losing their lives Dr Cornelia he's a sports dog family physician does both metro health university of Michigan health or medical insider here in the huge show across Michigan in Kent County the death toll stands at thirty three ten from a nursing home in northern Kent County we've had eight I think fatalities in the last nine days but in the last two weeks the cases have gone up almost a thousand I look at covert nineteen cases I listen to what we've talked about and a lot of people see that Joe open cases and say oh here we go but as you said and I remind people of what you said that the key is what you just discuss that it's not just people getting sick those cases do they translate into people being hospitalized and also how many people become critical or die and on the critical deskside there isn't major movement in Kent County right now correct you know it and and then there's two things what anytime stuff like that happens when you see an uptick in the cases are a pretty you know pretty good increasing cases and the good news so far nothing it following it bars a significant increase in death this is one of two things going on one at that it gets a little block further out that the cases are you know our our we're picking up on any increase over the last week or so and so you know next week we'll see more sick patients sicker patients which could could happen although we are no we know we're doing our testing I've had more patience you know get tapped that I'm talking to and they're they're they're ill but they're at home they're not in the hospital and put together a large proportion of that because we've been monitoring the situation at the local hospital and there there are you know every day there's ups and you know a few more cases and and and then people go home if you mark the people go home and and but we haven't seen again that translate the the increased case and it's a significant increase in hospitalizations and tell I'm leaning toward the most of this is related to testing that we're just doing more testing or picking up more cases because again the patient that I know that I'm talking to that you know have a positive diagnoses are at home they're not in the hospital but we do have to watch for that make sure we don't the that insurgent in are are enough they studied but it but following third in hospitalization but right now we're not seeing that the cases are going up but it seems to be more likely related to cat testing but again something we're all you know keep an eye on Dr J. for metro health university of Michigan health joining us what I would like to see and I think I said at the start this hour or was last hour that when they just pose cases because a lot of people get concerned because I think someone is covert nineteen other going to die and I would like to see hospitalised cases I think that number would be more reflective of the urgency in an area yeah it it I I agree it it something I've had trouble kinda locating I you know can't county there's all different you know you and I are working the pilot is being you know same data thing website then you do get a lot of information but some of that it's harder to to collect in order to put out because it's it's very ball is changing and you know so I try to do the buy back the talk to the people I know different hospitals in town and and kind of thing and after that but I have to be able to find it in in a in a one plate but it would be nice to do that so that we can get a really good when I speculated when I speculating that it's due to sicker patients or whatever but going in and doing more testing that we have them dad on that in and I I agree with you would be nice D. at data somewhere so that the community because we're all we're all kind of coming becoming like epidemiologists you know at home epidemiologists right now I'm looking at all sorts of things and and which is good because Robbie coming aware of of of communicable diseases and infectious disease and what to do but if you.
"st. detroit" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"May fifteenth but more businesses can open so the landscapers greenhouses are businesses that can do curbside drop us not just restaurants where they're still doing take out you can go into a restaurant or bar Jim movie theater none of that yeah and may fifteenth I don't know what will open because it's kind of strange said you have the different phases and what these governors all in old Illinois extended there is until the end of may but man they have a big city in Chicago and they don't want another New York or Detroit so I can understand that some say the Kent County peak we'll be in early may can you see the number is rising but the the telly star mansion I think their beverage in one a day since last Sunday doctor granola you medical insider sports dog family physician metro health university of Michigan held here in the west of the state he's standing by live how you doing doctor K. bill how you doing good so where you at we're we're seeing the numbers going down out St Detroit even inside a Detroit proper in Kent County is when one of the bigger spikes right now in the state of Michigan what would you attribute that to yeah I think I think a good chunk of that is testing we haven't seen a lot of the like hospitalizations and so forth and and more and more tests are available I think the writing it has chapter one on PBS right at that have you been doing it when one of the stores in the parking lot and stuff like that so a lot of this testing we're still watching because we're gonna do is report now the look like like big stones at the water New York and Detroit and we're gonna see ripple that go out to the other parts of the country other parts of the state and it kind of depends on how big the ripple at the we're gonna steal up sick here and I'm not the one with the pride we got a few more hospitalizations and so forth just because things will spread out just a little bit but yeah I think most that right now appears to be testing related and I have said this is for my observation and also all of our conversations on and off that you would be concerned in Kent County of the fatality rate was increasing rapidly correct correct and we we may see that like we talked about it before sometimes what happens is you'll be the case go up and then the case will go down and then the fatality build the lag behind we know there could be a little lag in it but in the end that but you're right that that that that number to watch for the total case number in them is important as we can more and more locally and across the country that actual case number absolute keep number becomes less and less important and hospitalization event usage and that type of stuff becomes more important to look at the we'll know a little bit more probably another week or so whether not to spike you know we've had a little bit up here in the last few days have been you know I will have to be more sick people are just more from tapping thought might be a little bit of time a little bit a lack there and we have had that bag asterisk a couple times this week in Michigan where ninety five deaths were attributed the previous medical records fifty five I mean we we seen that asterisk and we've seen like you said that inconsistent spike so that's just part of I think catching up after being over run early in Detroit yeah absolutely it is difficult to stay on top of the day after day after day and cut cases that are have overlooked there are what were yeah noted that at the beginning you're going to be a little bit better that right now and again looking at hospitalizations and and the thing that sometimes we don't the in the numbers either on television or even on some of that website don't give a complete picture at to where we are you know with with this you're exactly right there's there's in all of this the bill mainly good news which is evident by you know here in Michigan what the governor did today you know that you know probably appropriately she's she's been on the more cautious than depending and the fact that you've gone ahead and actually done some of that even the boss doesn't think of gone longer some of that you know from the been the than the golf courses I mean you know unfortunately many US one expecting that the like may first and actually that you know kind of debit who and so I think that that's also a good sign that there many people sort of in the state that are comfortable that this isn't gonna wait it isn't something we can ignore this isn't something we need to to give up the social different thing for but that you know hopefully this first round this first wave it as in settling down a little bit not the other way different places but that if we're smart and we're doing the right thing that that you know we are seeing a subsiding at some of the cases at the meet the beer cave and you're hearing even overseas had been Italy and Spain are seeing their lowest numbers and terms of fatalities in a month governor Cuomo's talking about New York flattening the curve and gone the other way the most important thing that.
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"Eight six six eight three eight four eight four three that's one eight six six eight three eight huge I had a huge show on Twitter that he would show on Facebook XFL closed up but they don't plan on returning next year we're done NFL is just too big to fail they are to the XFL is done I think that neutral site for the NBA is going to be the same finish and for the NHL if they have any hope of finishing their seasons and they could play July August you know these numbers and I know the death numbers are the highest in Michigan two hundred five hundred eighteen yesterday cases only went up by a little over a hundred slight increase those are the numbers Dr Kay has told us to watch so you had a a run of four straight days where there haven't been a three of the four days there was an increase in new cases today a little over a hundred but the death number is shocking is the biggest one we've seen in Michigan so the doctor K. a granola family physicians sports doc metro health university of Michigan health our medical insider I'm a huge radio network is standing by live in doctor K. what do you make from the biggest number of fatalities from the corona virus the numbers released about an hour ago here in Michigan yeah bill that's the tricky thing right now is that it this is exactly what we expected and what we thought you days ago in New York City and nationally is where the cases that we see now and again I did it every time I come on I wanna make sure we understand every death and you say the same thing every death is one too many we don't want any body to die when we're looking at that number is we're trying to trend we're trying to see where this is going the death that we're seeing now are the hospitalization of ten to fourteen days ago or so and that is by you're going to be the case that continue to drop in again you'll have to blitz here in their day to day thing the party you have to get a trend but European journal of the case just continue to go down everything going way we think it it looked like it well but the depth for the next few days bill might be high because again these were the hospitalizations from two weeks ago and David on guess what that's when the case there on the right though it's hard to see that and that and for someone to think critically if you're dealing with that and you're and you're dealing with the death of some of the day Hey this is good news the deaths are bad and they're always bad news and and you can't lock over that and take that lightly but really what if you look at the trend for the state of Michigan really over the last week the cases are generally down again there were day you might feel uptake here and there and again what we don't want to have them take off again which is why social didn't thing a thing a place all at that thing but the trend in cases is going down and that the that that the number that again now week or two from now we'll see the data obviously be lower than when you look at the case total it's up to twenty two thousand seven hundred eighty three in the state of Michigan but almost twenty thousand of those are in that four five county area if you throw in Washtenaw in also Janice he county for listeners on sports xtra thirteen thirty in A. M. ten fifty then you get up to almost twenty one thousand of the nearly twenty three thousand cases same thing with the death total where we're at right now in Kent County other numbers from Kent County health department two hundred fifty total cases thirteen fatalities updated here on April tenth seventeen new cases of four new fatalities so other numbers outside of that like I said six county area maybe if you start the I. seventy five your door from Janice he county and you go down through the choice to Washtenaw the rest of the state is insisting on that a high growth rate in cases new cases and also a new fatalities yeah and then that's what we keep looking for we don't want that west Michigan or other state that again aren't you need don't either having hot button or state or if they have a hot button state the the the other areas of the state are all watching that the BBC secondary by and again I it's really hard to predict but based on the fact that we're social didn't thing longer I think it's less likely that that will happen because that would happen again let they opposed the thing ended and suddenly people from the hot spot ended up in other areas then you would be more spikes and I think that the we're all trying to avoid with the you know the governor stay in place order elevate longer and you know even the discussion regarding pro sports or college sports are getting together if we don't want to feel like you know up and that that that's the next question in a couple weeks ago the question was okay when and how I was going to get windows going to peak out and we're still we're still probably just cresting the top story and I don't think we're there yet but we're what what looks like it's flattening out that was the question from two weeks ago so now our question for the next two weeks is okay how will get at the truth come down to the continue to come down and then what does that look like as far as numbers of people infected for that the next big question is how many people actually have been exposed and are somewhat afternoon to it because that number we have no idea what that is and that's gonna be really important number to try to figure out over the next again probably starting in late April but it really more intimate so for people who are read the headlines looking at the tweets see you in the two hundred five fatalities for the corona virus today that goes back to a couple weeks ago when we were seen in our peak in new daily cases correct correct that correct that you know looking beginning out how long are people you know when they got hot wife and stand the better later if you take those averages that probably up ten to seventeen days ago is when those people were going into the hospital and so that's why you're seeing that go up to deck the secondary curve we don't really talk about that that first turn you talked about kind of the cases in the ventilators on the bed that are needed but actor bill down that doctor is really still it's a secondary peak in that but we're going to be climbing here the next few days Dr ger No Way Out he is a sports stock we affectionately calling doctor K. of family physician with metro health university of Michigan health or medical insider here in the huge radio network he joins us on Mondays and Fridays each and every week some of the updated information in regards to the cases and the people who have died from the corona virus from Lansing and the Michigan government website the aids dead of those deceased the average age has bumped up now to almost seventy three years old median age is seventy four so the question when I ask you doctor K. Y. is in there this concerted public effort to go to every retirement home to find out where the elderly are living in apartments or with family wise in there this effort to isolate them and protect the elderly if the data shows that the average age of those who have died for the corona virus in the state of Michigan is near seventy three years old yeah and and I think that really is that you're looking at you know again that probably some of the more recent deaths that occurred get some at area nursing facility and again probably that that was the the the virus probably brought into the facility two to three weeks ago it B. right now you it it there is a you'll see pictures of people celebrating birthdays or anniversaries through windows because they are not allowed in whatsoever and so there is a concerted effort to try and as much as possible make sure that those who are more vulnerable which we do know can happen AT any age can get it but certainly as you as you noted that the older you are the animal court more comorbidities you have the more likely you are to have problems writing it off there is a concerted effort to try to make sure those people are isolating and not going out and staying inside and and not getting again someone coming in and visiting them who is younger again at the net down that may not be quite as affected typically but still couldn't happen until there is adequate out there right now more data from the state of Michigan website with the latest numbers and like we said two hundred five fatalities up to one in five from yesterday's numbers twelve hundred eighty one but man when you go inside the numbers from seventy to eighty plus so basically from seventy years of age and up sixty two percent of the people who have died in the corona virus are seventy or older thirty four percent alone for eighty plus and if we throw in sixty to sixty nine if you just throw in that number that is eighty two percent of all of those fatalities and wants to marry a doctor K. twelve hundred eighty one who are sixteen or older in Michigan yeah well it it well anybody can catch at any age can catch it and any age can spread it it's the it's the older than I really thought for from zero to thirty nine X. we can bump it up to forty nine years of age the percentage of people who have died from the corona virus in the state of Michigan from newborns to a man or woman forty nine years of age seven percent and then in terms of getting sick from the coronavirus the the percentage of the twenty two thousand plus cases from zero to forty nine of getting sick I would be right around forty percent so that's interesting when you look at those numbers at the I guess stronger immune systems for the younger people would be my guess I'm not a doctor you are yeah they can fight it off more easily and again you heard people who have been younger who said why I really get it like you know like a ton of bricks but we know there's a lot of people that you're just able to fight it off more than that and that's really why we're trying to take great pains to not expose you know elderly or those that are immune compromised for sure can you look at the counties like I mentioned Dr Kay and now St Detroit there are a lot of areas that are almost virus free when you look at it and I've been of Chippewa county with one Clare county for listeners on A. M. twelve eighty with three cases there in that county for Antrim county which is a popular weather in summer destination of north only six cases a Crawford County five delta county nine.
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