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Wildfire smoke brings haze, vivid sunsets to East Coast
"And and smoke smoke from from the the West West Coast Coast wildfires wildfires has has drifted drifted all all the the way way to to the the East East Coast. Coast. ABC ABC is is Kaylee Kaylee Hartung Hartung reports. reports. Satellite Satellite images images show show the the massive massive smoke smoke clouds clouds from from the the record record breaking breaking wildfires wildfires spreading spreading all all the the way way to to New New York. York. Portland, Oregon is ground zero with the worst air quality of any major city in the world. The state handing out 250,000 in 95 masks. We're seeing a lot more people with productive cough. Dry cough, shortness of breath. A lot of those symptoms sounding like they overlap with Kogan 19. It's difficult to tell at first who has has Kogan Kogan 19 19 and and who who has has an an irritant irritant from from the the pollution. pollution. We're We're leaving leaving Thiss Thiss danger, danger, the the result result of of more more than than 70 70 fires fires raging raging in in 10 10 states. states. Destroying Destroying thousands thousands of of structures, structures, killing killing at at least least 27 27 people. people. In In the the last last week, week, Stories Stories of of tragedy tragedy Emerging Emerging 16 16 year year old old Josiah Josiah Williams Williams of of Barry Creek, California, died as he attempted to flee the fire quickly engulfing his hometown. His brother. Tried to get back up in there, Tio get him. His dad tried to get back up that narrow get him. It's not anybody's fault. These things happen, and it's horrible, Horrible, Millicent catamarans. It died in the same fire, her family devastated and grappling with agonizing uncertainty. Her sister Susan, one of dozens still missing in the West. A family waiting too long before trying to evacuate. What they didn't know is that there is a wall of flame moving at them and over 1000 yards an hour. They don't think they understood that the smoke is stagnant in the air, and there's no relief expected for a few more days. All this While there is the possibility again of high fire danger this
Nurses, doctors feel strain as virus races through Arizona
"Well, it's a well known now nurses and doctors and everybody's feeling the strain as Thie Corona virus races through the state of Arizona. We got crowded hospitals, exhausted nurses, bodies piling up in morgues. It was a faraway concept when we started hearing about that, in New York and northern Italy and other distant places, will now after three months of anxiously waiting and preparing Arizona nurses and doctors are on the front lines of the Corona virus. As it rips through the state, making it Right here where we're at one of the world's hot spots. That's not a good distinction, either. And so we've asked A researcher physician author to Join US. Dr Cast I groom is joining us. He is a nutritional physician author of 24 books on health and wellness. Some of the titles include respiratory Solution, Natural Cures to Killer Germs, How to Eat Right and Live Longer. The cure is in the covered just to name a few. And I'm excited to have you back on the program today because we've got some exciting news about a study that he was involved in. That just came out that is showing some very important promise. And with that, let us welcome back to the program. Dr. CASS, I groom. Welcome to the program again. Hi. Great timing, I guess for the state and for all your Your loving and desirous listeners We've can We have some breaking news for them and let's get right into that. The's the wild spice oil therapy preventing Cova 19 case transmission in 50 healthcare words phenomenal. Take it from there. Well, we have Dunn the study before on active cases of covert, But this was the concern was the physical therapists and the nurses who did not get it and did not want to get it, but yet are on the front line in Chicago. So what we did Wass We did some novelty things. We've recommended the Sinus oregano spray, which is clothed but oil, regular oil Bailey oil, and I think sage oil It's in a sailing base, but they would inject that directly up each nostril several times a day, You know, because they've got all the P P E on by the way on the shields as well. Right, But you can't. You can't viruses. They're so small or whatever these passages have been a bacteria easily. It could slip through the cracks, you know? And they also used another novelty, which was a wild oregano Bailey spray, which is extremely virus idol, extremely bacteria, Seidel and that is my saliva spray that they would, they would missed over there pp. Either math or plexiglass shield their chest. And they would inhale that also buy and the second thing they did with it. If they got a scratchy throat or a dry cough, which are passed eggnog Mang of Na ge Catholic magmatic of this disease, they would spray the back of their throat multiple times. So they're getting direct contact in the mice allies form that's direct absorption through the membranes, and there's no way these passages could survive. With those kinds of spices. An immediate immediate absorption through the milk goes up. Uh, so I'm not taking any chances at all with these practitioner with these health, health care workers. The third thing they did was there was there's a novel supplement with oregano, cumin on DH, sage and cinnamon oils, and that's called a rigorous You and I are fans of that They actually took that product by mouth. Twice a day. Most of them. But the biggest thing was the Sinus spray and the use of Ah sterilizing missed. Kind of opposite of what we do. We take our things. We take our vitamins C. We take our regular They did it differently. 50 health care workers did not get sick, and some of them were Permanently exposed to covert 19 and tested negative because of this protective gear. We gave them right. And you know that some of the thing I've been reading about, you know, just even with the protective gear. Weatherby. The mask shield. Whatever. Just being around somebody is somebody talking to you. You can get into your system pretty quickly. 100 model you know, 100 different Viruses. And then, of course, a cough. Even Maura, I think it goes up to 500 then up over 1000 of somebody sneezes in that same area. The amount of viral load is just exponential at that point in time, and course the health care workers have the greatest exposure, as you well know is everybody recognizes the greatest exposure because they're around sick people all day every day and are in the trenches trying to help people out. We need to do something to protect them and at the same time This is a beautiful thing learning about it. We can protect the general
Coronavirus symptom checker app predicts infections with nearly 80% accuracy
"There there is something very promising that is working very well in tests here in the United States and also in Great Britain there is an app that is fascinating because it allows scientists to track coronavirus faster than public health authorities can do so and it is so simple it's amazing I've been using this app there is extensive write up in the journal nature medicine which is an offshoot I guess of nature anyway in this app Falam vet it was able to predict whether somebody was going to develop coronavirus with eighty percent accuracy it's unreal how successful it's been they've also been able to figure out who is the likeliest individual to what are the likeliest symptoms an individual will have leading end to having coronavirus yeah we've heard over the minds about the dry cough and all that that didn't even make the top things that they found that people self report they've had who later turned out to have it and didn't number one predictor loss of taste and smell by far followed by extreme fatigue and extreme muscle pain this app is all self reported stuff I mean you don't have to do it at all it's something you can do and it's something that I have been thrilled to use my wife has downloaded as well and go to the apple store or the Google play store and download the covert symptoms study that's believe it or not the name of the
Governor says Colorado now has capacity to test anyone with coronavirus symptoms
"Anyone with symptoms of covered nineteen can get tested in Colorado governor opposes that was a goal that has now come to fruition you really should get tested if you have a fever dry cough shortness of breath those are the main in terms of losses loss of taste or smell those are the main symptoms the receding covet nineteen patients the governor held a news conference today at stride rite testing center in wheat ridge he says testing is key to isolating
"dry cough" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Focus on providing essential health services include nineteen services to all people in Yemen we asked the doctor in Yemen to record his thoughts about covert nineteen during his overnight shift in an emergency room my name is another drive he I am a medical doctor I will okay in the E. R. departments and southern hospital in Aden the time is twelve fifty eight and I don and APOST codes with me since most of them complain of fever dry cough some of them have the difficulty of breathing says they plan to make a focal point nineteen there are two other epidemics and I've done a one off think of even the other is you can go now most of the people who are suffering from a fever these days under the lack of test kits we can determine who has covered nineteen and the rise in because the doctors nurses everybody they don't have enough protection for themselves against the virus mostly I don't feel secure that's because the people that cannabis is thinking that someone is not coming to Yemen one of the reasons of that is that we're not testing for the virus as long as they're lacking dentist kids will never know the actual number of the victims people bringing home the virus that is my major fear specially that we live in an apartment with my father who has a history of heart disease but what can we do for protection the masks the eye glasses the full uniform I mean I keep since I was in my hands every five minutes give the same distance for a wide examining the patients but it's a hundred percent protection is not guaranteed Dr not I'll do Rafi an ER doctor at all cyber hospital in the Yemeni city of Aiden a spokesperson for the World Health Organization said today that eight hundred three tests have been conducted across Yemen a country with a population of nearly thirty million coming up and getting on an airplane doesn't seem like the best idea right now tight spaces with loads of people breathing on each other as we stay grounded the airline industry takes a nose dive so what can it do it's going to have to make the bottom line work and it's going to have to make passengers feel comfortable and safe that's next here on the world support for the world comes from head water makers of freedom to use water with no sweeteners for calories his twenty five flavors include blackberry lemon and.
"dry cough" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser
"And the person who is the spender is like well. It's not just me. It's the kids I'm in charge of the household. I have to pay all the people that work in our house that I hire I mean. What's your stance? Generally speaking, carry on credit cards. How many credit cards should a person have? On every department and every different airline, or just have to, or like less is more I think it simplifies things I think. I like mileage mileage points. So why would you want them? Spread all over I. Like American Express. I like some kind of visa whether you like to fly, American, are you like? Everybody is a little different whenever they want. I don't think you need so many. I think when you have a lot. My clients have a lot are my overspend. Yeah, because he like Oh this bill was only three grand in this bill was only six this boat. It looks so much better. Little right I one big punch guy think they feel it more and first of all. If you lose your wallet, it's a nightmare for your credit scores a lot of times. People don't realize that. Yeah, it looks like you have a lot of available. Credit can lower your credit score. Even though you don't use it right the way the banks as well. She is available credit of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, combined or two hundred. Whatever the number is between all these cards, yeah! Oh you're not using. Here's a social distancing tip putting distance between yourself and others is critical to slowing the spread of Corona virus, so here are ways to stay in contact without the physical contact part. Call. Send text set up a video conference post on social media. Dedicate a song on the radio. If you have symptoms of fever, dry cough and shortness of breath, call your healthcare provider before going to their office for more Info Visit Corona Virus Dot Gov. let's all our.
"dry cough" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Know if you're about to start a production of Jesus Christ Superstar fine after that there's no reason and now especially if anybody's got hope it does which by the way supposedly doesn't do any kind of damage it's just kind of Beethoven skin infection but it can't be something that helps you identify if you may have cope with nineteen young patients presenting with show planes have lacked criteria sufficient allow for some of these tests and stuff like that but they say that it basically gives this purplish and painful plaque on the toes and outer side of the feet for three days is it for several days before that you also may have like that low grade fever dry cough but you'll you'll see like if you look on the pictures online and stuff like that you'll see exactly what we're talking about it's already nasty looking my god I don't need to see all that that kind of stuff they can miss with all those pictures and stuff like that so so I'm I guess that's job lanes or something like that helps helps calls all that or whatever like that but you know if you've got the if you look up to cope with that nineteen you look up the the comatose and stuff like that you can see if you've got something like that going on and that might be a sign I can't say is I've seen anything like that on me before because I told you before I die I'm almost a hundred percent convinced that that I I had the corona back in back in February I mean when when myself and the other two guys that I work with but during the day we were all laid out for days on end I mean like I was laid out to where like I don't miss work I don't miss time I literally couldn't function like I I you know I barely made it to our radio shows that was only because I slept all day I would literacy to like one or two o'clock in the afternoon drugged up Vettel era a rest for you know one of those what he called it not respirator but all nothing of like blows that steam and stuff like that put medicine in like a vapor rub spray and all that what is it what is it Jarvis yeah.
Hi-tech scans get under skin of 'Girl with a Pearl Earring'
"The people's researchers Democratic concerns at the Party Moritz about continues house money museum and to the coalesce cost in of the healthcare Hague behind where the the presidential painting could complicate is displayed candidacy states confirmed efforts of Joe that to the Biden reopen girl has their eyelashes economies Tuesday afternoon and tested and revealed the trace former that cases she vice was painted of president the corona in front picked virus of a green up the curtain endorsement a new survey that has of faded twenty finds sixteen from one view in ten democratic adults infrared presidential they cost imaging nominee could keep shows them he Hillary from began seeking Clinton composing help Joe if the Biden work they thought in has shades they were been infected preparing of brown with the and corona black for virus and work from the the green new Gallup background this west moment towards health his healthcare the entire foreground costs life analysis survey flight of found meant microscopic Clinton that ninety spoke percent paint of jointly adults samples would on avoid a found virtual seeking the pigments treatment town for mere hall because used of concerns included thank about the white cost you we led of care are in the fourteen airing percent and the would red avoid was seeking made from treatment bugs for that live fever in cactus and dry cough plants in Mexico for the same reason project health leader advocates Abby vanderveer say with so says many it's reluctant surprising to seek how much care older it marine could create Vermeer a blind used spot in the girl's for governors head scarf and public this health blue officials pigment the was survey more valuable found members than of gold minority in the seventeenth groups century young people the test those didn't with answer less a than key a college question degree about and the sixteen those making sixty less than five forty painting thousand who dollars was a year the girl in we're the pearl more earring likely to and say did they she would ever avoid exist treatment for economic I'm reasons Jennifer king Jennifer king Washington
Poll: Cost makes nearly 1 in 10 leery of seeking COVID care
"The people's Democratic concerns Party about continues money and to the coalesce cost of healthcare behind the presidential could complicate candidacy states efforts of Joe to Biden reopen their economies Tuesday afternoon and tested the trace former cases vice of president the corona picked virus up the endorsement a new survey of twenty finds sixteen one in ten democratic adults presidential they cost nominee could keep them Hillary from seeking Clinton help Joe if Biden they thought has they were been infected preparing with the corona for virus the new Gallup this west moment health his healthcare entire costs life survey flight found meant Clinton that ninety spoke percent of jointly adults would on avoid a virtual seeking treatment town hall because of concerns thank about the cost you we of care are fourteen percent would avoid seeking treatment for fever and dry cough for the same reason health advocates say with so many reluctant to seek care it could create a blind spot for governors and public health officials the survey found members of minority groups young people those with less than a college degree and those making less than forty thousand dollars a year we're more likely to say they would avoid treatment for economic reasons Jennifer king Washington
"dry cough" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Yes animal Arnold was in his early forty feet have play as well but other than that no huge underlying issues he's a musician so he started playing in clubs along by artists who work during an infected area in early March he started getting overwhelmed retired sweeping up or changing the cap litter box and you lost the center now and the people in the throat turning to walk off I would say yes he did the dry cough and and pressure headache the whole thing is that what unlike it would be similar to like a kind of an ache but it felt more like in your whole head just bring that up and and we would you have the biggest project I'm kind of really bad flu were really bad if you didn't know in initially maybe but once the shortness of breath that in for me it was very obvious that this this is different this is something else both he and his girlfriend tested positive but neither one of them big enough to be hospitalized so they got an phone provided out it wasn't the worst illness he's ever fought but you did need help that is is that by do everything you can to try not to catch it obviously but I have a friend or a neighbor or someone in your community I like to kind of make a contract and let you know if you get it all take care of you we get it take care of us and I think we have friends here you can do things like drop my bread and butter paper I think when we were in Iraq really want to cook for ourselves and we actually we ran out of what they earn what then was crucial in getting our cheque injection cleared for the latter part written among it in at the potential but that in and we ran out of both of us breathtaking uniform bottle and I've been able to drop by one point one live home with one KTBS thanks L. A. deputies from the Santa Clara county sheriff's department other first responder agencies holding what they're calling an appreciation event for health workers at Santa Clara valley Medical Center into a line of people in blue applauding those wearing the blue masses they come off shift let's go live to KCBS reporter.
"dry cough" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Don't wanna miss that so hang on a second Hillary in the twitterverse talking to her her friends and followers about our lives so let me add my voice I pledge to continue to speak out I pledge to never give up and get a drink I will do everything I can get a drink to get my voice for sure that is not good at all she will you I mean that sounds that's a pretty dry cough to this is diagnosed the hardest listen that's not a good call there's a way to that there's nothing productive about that no there is not yours you know if somebody roll her on her side so she could loosen that up a little bit please and don't cover her blow holy keeper moist please don't hate is five fifteen what marketing anniversary today are with the the fiftieth remembrance yeah this is fifty years today remember the Apollo thirteen explosion course you wouldn't remember you were you were you were merely a baby I was nine but this is two days in the mission and they had that horrible explosion that what happened an oxygen tank exploded in the what's called the service module and they had to abort the actual landing to the moon but their lives were in peril three astronauts level sh swagger in Hays for for about just six days as I try to make their way back and it was in late as you want is one of these things that turned out to be actually the greatest accomplishment one of the greatest accomplishment of the mission control the greatest rescues actor should in here it is there.
"dry cough" Discussed on KCBS All News
"This morning for a buyer well you've got a dry cough may be a slight fever and body aches should you be tested for coronavirus KCBS is Rebecca corral got some answers from yesterday morning's ask an expert segment on the case CBS morning news withstand Munger gold rush right to the emergency room call your doctor first that's the advice from Dr John for he made director of UCSF emergency medicine that scratching throat I Dr ha ha maybe even like a low grade fever either perfect symptoms to bring up with doctor by telephone by video visit and if it's decided that you need to get testing then you can be referred into a place to get a test performed doctors say he says covert nineteen symptoms can vary widely from person to person for some it's a cough and a fever others lose their sense of smell and taste some get GI symptoms and some no fever at all who should get to the emergency room if somebody gets up to walk around their own home and feels pretty significantly winded by doing an activity that would have otherwise been very very easy they would have thought twice about it that might be something that I would recommend in person evaluations for another alarming sign if a few minutes of vigorous talking makes you wind it Rebecca chorale KCBS this centers for disease control extended its no sail order for all cruise ships in an effort to prevent further spread of the virus the order requires all cruise ships within U. S. waters to cease operations and submit a code nineteen response plan to the CDC and the Coast Guard for approval the new order will remain in place for one hundred days or until the country's public health emergency declaration is over whichever happens first roughly one hundred cruise ships remain at sea with just crew members aboard twenty cruise ships are docked at US ports with cases of covered nineteen among the crew we now can add taking a vacation to the list of things we can do virtually while we shelter in place KCBS is Melissa Cole Ross explains how want to go to Tokyo Hawaii Paris or Spain while you shelter in place well you can thanks to the website known as virtual vacay it was created by Janet Jackson Steele of Lafayette and fourteen year old Jenna says it features online vacations to six destinations so far and they all start with food H. virtual been K. has a couple recipes at the beginning and these are like our favorite recipes are the places we've got to like you have to try their delicious we absolutely love them the pair came up with the idea for the site after their own spring break family trip to New York last month had to be canceled because of the Kobe nineteen pandemic and sixteen year old Jackson says sheltering in place with his younger sister husband okay but working on the website has been great as far as the virtual vacations going like we haven't really disagree a lot you know we've been able to like work together a lot you know just sort of turn through all our different ideas because we have all this time at home together the pair also is using the site to raise money for feeding America Melissa call Ross KCBS perhaps being at home with your spouse every day has brought you closer together or perhaps it has not either scenario could mean it's a good time for a renewal of your wedding vows KCBS is making goals we spoke with the woman during doing them virtually and for free Alegria Sita is the owner of gala events and weddings on the north coast she wants to officiate your vow renewal here in the bay area kind of inspires folks to think outside the box they don't feel like Val review overseas for comment but she says they are a beautiful way to affirm your commitment amid all of these day to day challenges yes kind of a creative opportunity yeah how's that and your commitment especially at a time when we're dealing with so much grief show host on video platform where you can even invite guests to watch and it'll also help coordinate toast some floral arrangements if you get a signal you could even have a ceremony in your backyard probably what we cannot celebrate while gathering are out right now one is always in making gold speak KCBS Alabama three fifty five for a money watch update this.
Tiger tests positive for COVID-19 at New York City zoo, officials say
"And the big cats hit the Bronx zoo reporting a four year old tiger named Nadia tested positive for Colbert nineteen do think six other Tigers and lions have also developed a dry cough Z. she bet says the test is not the one used on humans and all the animals are expected to
Tiger at NYC's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus
"Bronx zoo officials were stunned saying they couldn't believe corona virus test results for Nadia their four year old Malaysian tiger believed to have been infected by an employee along with six other Tigers and lions there were also ill but not tested all had dry coughs wheezing and loss of appetite but are expected to recover there have been a handful of reports outside the U. S. of dogs and cats contracting coronavirus from people the U. S. veterinary association recommends people with corona virus limit contact with their pets Julie Walker New York
Coronavirus: How countries across the globe are responding
"And we are now the epicenter of this outbreak does how this virus a fact here people here in America look any different to you than what it has done in the rest of the world no this is a pretty vicious viral virus and everywhere has appeared it's because great numbers of people to die and it's also spread very easily in communities so what's happening in the U. S. has happened around the world H. what has been different is there strategies to contain the virus from what you're saying it sounds like you're suggesting a strategy to contain has not worked in the White House and said now they're just trying to mitigate it well the strategy works if it started early and if it's continued even during a time when there are many cases the objective is to identify people who are infected either those who are sick or those who are contacting those people who are sick and then to isolate those people and stop transmission well at the same time having other measures such as physical distancing and means to keep people from getting too close together it sounds like what you're describing is what South Korea has done well that's right Singapore South Korea and Hong Kong have all begun a strategy very early to contain the outbreak and they've tried to contain that outbreak with minimal disruption in their daily lives there's a very important issue in all of these countries and that is the people clearly understand how to protect themselves and how to protect others they've been through the sars outbreak they know that they can stop this outbreak and they're working very hard to do that so that's one of their differences they've had sars outbreaks before they have learned how to not only stop transmission but also to stock up their hospital so they're able to take people when they do become sick would it be too early to lift some of the restrictions here in the United States as a medical professional what is your opinion I'm not asking about the politics well at the World Health Organization we've been discussing with a group of people how best this outbreak can be stopped and at the same time how the lockdown procedures can be lifted and the general consensus is that it depends on the risk assessment in the country China has already begun to unlock its heavy industrial sector and also it's small business sector and they're watching very closely to make sure the transmission doesn't increase as a result that's what other countries need to do as well we need to understand where the majority of transmission is occurring and then they need to keep those sectors lockdown most while unlocking the sectors where transmission is less important and having measures in place to stop transmission should begin to increase again there was a team of British doctors who wrote this week if that is the one of the signs of exposure to the virus is loss of taste and smell is that an indicator should Americans be looking out for that it certainly has been an indicator in the UK and in many other countries and I'm sure that in U. S. it will be the same manifesting missions so yes lots of Dennis has been a characteristic in some populations but the most reliable means of determining whether or not one is infected she is a fever and a persistent dry cough do you have any reason to believe that once someone is infected that they then become immune or do you think this virus will hit in waves again and again you know other current viruses don't develop long term immunity people can get infected with those current of viruses that cause common colds on a regular basis so it's very important that the immune response to this organism be studied it's too early to say for sure hopefully there will be a solid immunity develops so the vaccines can be developed that will be effective and other means of prevention will be possible well if there's some talk about people in developing immunity and therefore but allowing them to go back into society you're saying it's not clear yet if we can say that's a safe method you talked about the fact that this was transferred from the animal kingdom into humans and then now spread human to human what animals continue spreading this disease or was this a one time transmission as far as it is understood this was a one time episode where any animal in nature or even back in nature because this virus is very close to viruses in bats infected human and that human then infected others and there was some mass events in the city of Wuhan where many many different people were infected at the same time and sent off chains of transmission among their contacts and they traveled internationally and also within China China shut its borders to foreigners yesterday would you advise other countries to do the same it has to be a risk based assessment to really understand where their borders need to be closed China has closed its borders because it now has more infections coming from outside China then within China itself at least at present and so did they decided that they want to stop this by actually closing their borders and putting people who should come in if they're infected in quarantine should the Chinese Communist Party has shared more information about this virus and done it sooner they call me the government in China has shared information very friendly with the World Health Organization and also with others there are many published articles from Chinese investigators who have been put out on many different medical journals in front of the payroll so that everybody can understand what's going on so there's been a today quite a free sharing of information among countries and from countries
No, The Coronavirus Isn't Another Flu
"You're listening to shortwave from NPR. Madison Here with NPR science reporter paying long. Hey Ping Hey Mattie. How's life working at home for you? Hang Well Gladiolas Mattie good to hear your voice It's it's all right. You know I am Trying to work right next reconstructions and right now you might be able to hear a little bit of that noise in the background. I I do have a little pillow. Fort here to help so from my closet to your pillow for today. We're GONNA talk about an idea that's been in the air a lot lately that the krona virus is basically no worse than the flu. Thirty six thousand deaths a year. People Die Thirty six from the flu. But we've never closed down the country for the flu so you say to yourself. What is this all about? That was the president on Tuesday of this week. And so the estimated death toll last flu season in the US was about thirty. Four thousand people in experts say it can range from around twelve thousand deaths year to sixty one thousand deaths a year. By contrast the Krona virus has killed one thousand one hundred and twenty four people in the US. That's as of Thursday when we're taping this according to a Johns Hopkins Count but there is a problem with comparing the two diseases in this way especially at this point in time. Yeah it's tree. Mattie and one of the reasons is that our healthcare system is set up to deal with the flu every year. But what? It's not set up for is to deal with the current events on top of the flu. And so yeah like on purely rod numbers. More people have died from flu this year. But there is a lot of science and data that we've learned in the past three months and it suggests that the corona virus is not only a more dangerous disease. It's one that could hurt more people if it spreads unchecked. So this episode. We'll talk about that. Science and data how the Krona virus differs from the flu and why it could emphasis on could be even more dangerous to public health. Okay paying like we all do with these current virus updates. We need to be clear that the information in this episode is based on what we know right now as of March twenty six and most of what we're talking about today are estimates based on information. That's still evolving. Yeah so let's start with some symptoms flu versus Corona Virus. So this is one of the things that makes containing this illness so tricky. The most frequent symptoms of corona virus are fever dry cough fatigue and shortness of breath and those show up in both corona virus. The flu and people can also get diarrhea. But that's pretty rare and it's also something that can happened with flu and that's all information from the World Health Organization and of course it's very possible that there are symptoms out there that we haven't identified yet so for example. There's been some talk about people with Corona virus. Losing their sense of taste But that hasn't really been proven. Yeah right and of course. A huge concern is people who can pass this fires onto someone else without even knowing that they have it. Yes so let's talk about that. Let's talk about transmission so basically how flu and Crow virus passed from one person to another so flu and current a virus or both ought to be spread mainly through close contact with other people who have it so you can kiss them or they can coffin you and the droplets that come out of their noses and mouths can get into your nose and your mouth and make you sick. So that's why CD's recommending keeping a physical distance of about six feet away from other people right now right right but there is one big difference. And that's the flu can be transmitted through what we call. Airborne transmission people can offer sneeze in a room and then other people can come in and breathe in like super tiny particles of virus and get sick and obviously that type of transmission can be really hard to protect against exactly and while public health officials have said they don't think that's what's going on with occur virus community so far they are still trying to figure that out. Okay Ping so. Let's talk about how many people one person can in fact figuring that out is part of figuring how contagious diseases. There's some numbers that have been reported on the lot even seeing them in the news. But we're going to put some of that. Sweet sweet shortwave nuance in there for you. Yes shortwave where caveats are very welcome. Always okay so matty. If you look at the data from China it looks like each person. Infected WITH CORONA VIRUS. Seems to give it to two or two and a half other people on average and that is higher than the flu so person with flu only spreads it to about one point. Three other people and again that's on average. Yeah and we have to be really careful with those numbers how many people one person will infect is this average based on an equation and for Corona virus a lot of the factors that go into that equation. Like how long? Somebody's contagious. How much virus it takes to get. People sick are still unknown so that to two point five number is a rough number and it is extremely likely that that number will change for better or for worse right yeah and this one was calculated again looking at populations in China not the US and things like weather. People ride crowded subway to get around or whether cheek kissing is a common greeting. You know things like how people behave. And how many people come in contact with that can change that number. And that's why social distancing is so key right now all that being said today Dr Anthony Voucher one of the top public health officials in this country told Steph curry and NBA Point Guard. Because that's the world we live in now is much more transmissible than the flu in part of that has to do with one of the most important and honestly scary things about the corona virus that people can be contagious before they have symptoms so before they themselves. No they're sick. This also happens with the flu. But it's only for about a day right. That's what we were just mentioning that. He and with Corona virus seems like people can walk around for longer not knowing that they're sick and potentially getting other people sick so we still don't know a lot about this yet but one study looking at a bunch of provinces in China found that about thirteen percent of their cases were likely caused by people spreading the corona virus to others before they started coughing or having a fever or getting achey. Yeah and what's really wild about it and I've only seen this in this one study. Is that some of the people who got infected had symptoms before the person that infected them so it would be like if I was contagious. And I didn't know and I came to work and infected you and you had symptoms before I ever done and if you think about it. Mattie from a public health perspective so hard to deal with it's part of the reason why some people are really advocating for testing a lot of people who may have been exposed to corona. And not just the symptomatic ones. So let's talk about when you do get sick enough to go to the hospital. There's some evidence based on data from China that patients wind up in the hospital with Corona Virus. Than when it comes to the flu right it looks like about twenty percent of patients with cove in nineteen. Get seriously ill enough to be sent to the hospital. And that's about ten times the rate for flu. Here's Parker Hudson and epidemiologist at University of Texas at Austin Del Medical School where it's particularly concerning are the number of people who are progressing to need hospital level care and then eventually critical care and who are dying especially the extremes of age and we also have some data from China from Wuhan about how long people with the krona virus need to stay in the hospital. Once they wind up there. Yeah so based on information from Han in January the average hospital stay is eleven days for Corona Virus. And that's compared with five or six days for an average flu case. And when you have a patient using a hospital bed for that length of time. That's the bad that can't go to a flu. Patient or someone with a heart condition or someone in a car accident suggest because this is a new disease for our healthcare system. It doesn't mean that all the other reasons people end up in the hospital usually just magically go. Yeah and not only that based on the stories we've been hearing from Er Doctors Hospital. Nurses caring for Corona virus. Species takes a lot of work yet. It's true so an expert at the world. Health Organization says that taking care of intensive really unwell corona virus patients. It can take two to three medical staff at one time all in protective gear for hours and hours and that is super social work. And don't even get me started on the amount of disposable gloves masks and gowns that takes because we've all been hearing about that shortage and it's a whole separate
Is the Sudden Loss of Taste and Smell A Symptom of Covid-19?
"Might be a new indicator that you have caught cove in nineteen outside of the other symptoms like fever or cough that we have been hearing about all along doctors and the UK have said that a symptomatic people that is those not exhibiting the usual corona virus symptoms of dry cough and fever should be on the lookout for a sudden loss of their sense of smell and or taste as that could be an early indication that they have contracted Kovic nineteen the British Association of Oto Rhino said in a statement quote. There has been a rapidly growing number of reports of a significant increase in patients with covert nineteen infection presenting with loss of smell in the absence of other symptoms evidence from South Korea. China and Italy suggests that significant numbers of patients with cove in one thousand nine have developed a nausea or loss of smell as well as high PAS MEA which is the reduced ability to smell in. Germany is reported that more than two-thirds of cases have an Osmania in South Korea where testing has been more widespread thirty percent of patients. Tested positive have had as their major presenting symptom in otherwise mild cases. Iran has reported an increase in cases of isolated nausea and many colleagues from the US. France and northern Italy have had the same experience professor Claire Hopkins President of the British right a logical society reports personally seeing four patients this week who are symptomatic except for the recent onset of nausea usually no more than about one case is seen per month these patients may have some of the hitherto hidden carriers that have been facilitated by the rapid spread of Kuban nineteen. Unfortunately they do not meet current criteria for testing or self isolation and quote the association recommended adding loss of smell to the symptoms requiring quarantine and self-isolation so that quote we might potentially be able to reduce the number of otherwise as symptomatic individuals who continue to act as vectors not realizing the need to self isolate end quote
"dry cough" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"With diarrhea and didn't get a scratchy sore throat and then get a fever and then you have a dry cough what we do and I'm sure other hospitals emulate this as well what we do is we have you take a respiratory profile which it consists of about I would say ten respiratory viral tests and influenza a and influenza B. testing if all of that is negative then we test you for Kobe nineteen so we don't waste the check this is what we do in the emergency room out in the open spaces of a parking lot or the local mall or wherever they're now setting up the public testing centers you should have symptoms before you get tested because you're taking that test away from somebody who may need it and more importantly in this is a big one you're using a personal protection material that your first responders need for doctors and nurses me and believe me we have a major shortage of Max gloves down and we need it all and we don't have enough of it and that's our biggest problem right now the majority of people who are diagnosed recovery at home what is the defining point at which you leave home and go into the hospital when you have respiratory difficulty when you have difficulty breathing when it feels like something is sitting on your chest and compressing your chest something that makes you feel like you can't take your breath you're you're you're struggling then you dial nine one one and then we're happy to see you and we'll fix here the seven thirty news is next on WMAL then we're back with lieutenant colonel Tony Shaffer and K. T. McFarland WMAL FM Woodbridge Washington more than ever Japan on one oh five point nine FM W. cumulus stations news now the mail news at seven thirty good morning I'm heather Curtis a Baltimore county man in his sixties becomes the second Maryland or to die from the corona virus governor Larry Hogan says he suffered from other medical conditions he urges Marylanders to take the public health crisis seriously to help flatten the curve and someone who works in vice president Mike pence's office has tested positive as well they don't identify who the individual is they said they had no contact with them and the vice president or the president in recent days but they say they are following those CDC guideline to figure out there tracing who it is that they did have contact with that if that person potentially came in contact with the president the vice president or any of the senior staff correspondent Kaitlan Collins as more people get the virus Montgomery county's working to set up the drive through testing facility yesterday Montgomery county executive Marc Elrich said med star called him to talk about setting up a site in Bethesda we were thinking about where to go I called Alan Gottlieb is learner which owns the white flint site L. rich says Lerner was happy to help so we put him in touch with med star he says there's plenty of space since the white flint mall was torn down years ago in sports it seems like we all need something to look forward to in these uncertain times but one thing people across the world enjoy it may have to be postponed the Norwegian Olympic committee wants to hold off on the Japan twenty twenty Olympic games until the pandemic's under control traffic and weather next on WMAL whether you're buying a home or trying to lower your interest rate.
Dr. Rupali Chadha Reps and the Coronavirus
"Get right to the topic that's at the forefront of everyone's mind the corona virus or cove nineteen for anyone unaware of it. Why is it and what makes it different than say the flu or any of the other viruses that are floating around for you mentioned it the virus just like the flu maybe but it is a particularly Unique virus and that it is not a human to human virus it actually. I originated originated. Amel and then I've been transferred over to Cuban. What makes it unique? Are Pretty much three features? The first one is that It is much more infectious than the flows so infectious basically means eight. One person gets sick Gingrich. Many many more people than data flew Other unique differences are the symptoms that you experience the flu Lou. You get Malays get shells and you develop a fever. And all of that with Corona virus. People don't have chills body aches. Malays it will just develop achiever into the presentation is different in. Bosley and most alarming unfortunately is at the corona virus on leads to more deaths than the flu. So it is a much more serious virus that if the way Leads to rapid deterioration in a certain patient population. Which is what we're looking out for right now. What is what are the best practices that people can employ stay safe from the corona virus? The number one thing is to wash your hands so just open. Water for twenty seconds is good enough. Many people are very concerned about not having had that. There's a verdict but hand sanitizer it really useful which don't have been water for example winger puppy gapped but other than that. Both people can quickly get through banking. So is Your Hall Roy. Orange and that's really BA- keep yourself safe The other main brackets if to say separated from people as much as possible. The virus is transmitted just like the fluid grew droplets in the air or the virus. Live and then get onto those those for your hands and then into your body so if you keep away from people that will help a lot because you walk around the virus the beginning this is the two things hand washing and keep away from other people now. What are the most common symptoms? What are the things that people should look out for for themselves and others to spot? The Corona virus their car viruses immed- IT PRODUCER. Viduthalai costs and high fever. And those are the two main symptom that people get before they develop shortness of breath which kind of indicates that the viruses leading the upper respiratory track down to the lower respiratory tract and getting more serious now You know those are the main things but I wanna add. Say That many people don't have there's been done They have an loud chorus and not have any symptoms to speak of. But there is still contagious. They still have the virus. So that's why again this cracker says keeping yourselves. This is why our guardsmen restaurants are out that we can keep some separation from each other If we don't have been read all for him to our grandma she is at risk. And there you go now. She's going to have the symptoms. But if you do develop a dry cough and high fever It would be a good time to call your physician and we're advising people not to flood the emergency room unless they're really big Simply because of resources that we have available and also because we don't want yours become petri dishes where everyone is catches it from each other. Now we've heard a great deal about social distancing. Let's talk a little bit about why that is so important to help. Contain the spread of the virus. Even if you're not sick right now it's a great question because a lot of people are Crushing University of Shelter System which is forty six percents from other people as well as Dana. Home as much of your chance if your employer that can work from home. That doesn't mean that it's time to go to the pool color and it's time for stay at all and the reason is you know. Think of What happened with toilet paper so everybody needed to be bright or they thought they get toilet paper and they all went to the store and they all the toilet paper. Now it's gone. It's not that we don't have enough votes. They prefer all Americans effects that immediate post people running to the store and Diminish that availability. Same thing happens in healthcare. They're only so many hospital emergency room and reportedly physicians and nurses to take care of you. So if we're all out and Abou- and R- highly contagious buyer and we're willing Willie. Then our premiums that it'd be over flooded really have ventilators the country and unfortunately with this virus some people will require health and breeding is developed developed acute respiratory syndrome. So that you know big concerns. If you said you quote flatten the cutters. And I'm sure there will start to that heard of that term and that basically just need that. If you said on your limit your contact people are GonNa get sick at a slower rates. Go that way will have an emergency where DR versus an ICU. Ventilator available flow. Get RATHER THAN ALL AT ONE. Well put now as a doctor. You and the other healthcare workers are on the front line of treating patients. What are some of the challenges that you're facing right now and also? What are you preparing for moving forward in your your challenge for us right now If we have to be there they were going to be exposed. We need PD which is personal protective equipment and we don't have enough available Part of the issue is that a lot of people went out and bought the end. Ninety five mask or the glory with them from the hospital and took them home. That's part of the part of the problem. The other problem supply chain issue which had more to do with how little met in our healthcare industry get products to us and what kind of shortages they create. So you're not to get into that whole rabbit hole but we don't have enough personal protective equipment that the challenge Lucy. He'd also as I mentioned if that curve dozen flattened. We're just not going to be. There's going to be enough of US care of our view on the other side of that. How have you seen an uptick in healthcare workers? Coming Down with this so there isn't there has been talk. That healthcare workers are getting thicker. But the the big big caveat in all of this is that we don't have the amount of testing we need available just yet Our government and events gift from other governments are trying to help prepare for that so that we can tax people That one of the issues but Other conservative that there is a hypothesis that the longer exposure you have cue corona virus and more L. You can become out. There's no data to support. This is just something that Healthcare workers in Italy observed that their doctors and there were eighty six at a higher rate or a more severely fiqh but this is all just observational right now. We don't really know the big thing with this virus that I've heard is. It's so new that like you said we don't really know what to expect yet and everybody is just sort of learning from the last country where it became a problem as dominating around the World Eric. That's very true. Are you know that's why it's better to be safe then? Sorry has would you rather look back and say? Oh Valley so overreacted. We'll have to stay home for two weeks and watch versus. Oh no what about our businesses? Otherwise people
Coronavirus cases double in Philadelphia; New test sites set up around the city
"In Philadelphia the number of confirmed cases has doubled in the last twenty four hours they're now eighteen since testing began less than two weeks ago K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports the number of cases is expected to increase as testing becomes more available health commissioner Tom Farley says the city's major health systems have set up six rapid test sites Penn has them in West Philadelphia and Radnor Jefferson in center city and Abington temple in north Philadelphia and children's hospital in West Philadelphia they are free and Dr Farley says along with closing of schools and non essential businesses the hope is to prevent health systems from being overwhelmed you're protecting yourself you're protecting your loved ones and you're protecting the entire city Philadelphia he does however stressed that only people with symptoms of fever and dry cough should get tested to prevent wasted supplies and false negatives he says a runny nose and sore throats are not usually symptoms mayor Kenney had no guess as to how much of a hit the city's economy will take but he says it will be larger than the city can recover from on its own this is a national issue similar to a war were to expression they're gonna have to step up the federal state and we will also but we cannot tell this entire burden on the city he also had no guess about when the restrictions would
"dry cough" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All righty yes but because of the all my goodness so the question is what is your set of Tommy's you're now you sometimes we hear Lulu sometimes we don't does not just make often now I really want to call with those on a dry cough with my set up in like some we you know because I can't guarantee that I you know we can keep the show penny proof going forward she I don't have a reason to keep any proof that penny do a penny wants to do she's got every now and then yeah that's fine I'm all about that I'm all about that now here's Lou we'll look at the window which is sense of years sometimes thank you so I close the window they close the blinds that you can't look at the the windows anymore but I do it so I I do a show in front of a studio audience his two cats and a dog when I come up here they all come up follow me so I have a loss of up here people looking at me right now that's our black and white both of our Berkeley humane Berkeley humane kitties so papers on the couch click below cleaning and kit are black Kitty black panther is laying in clothes that are supposed to be washed but they've been there for two days for some reason that I have no idea why and I'm not even sure who they are but she's laying in the clothes sleeping in lieu is right behind the chair laying down she's the biggest pain the ladies are are fine they'll come up here and lay on the desk I'm overlooking a window that over arm right next to a window overlooking the street so it's it's a tried to still walkers chair because chairs and grape Walker is a awesome chairs a good video game Terry speaking four hundred Bucks for that thing is like four hundred Bucks I don't have a pitching in on the insurance before on a bus for a chair in he'd find that all that funny I thought it was kind of funny lord and find it funny either I never win those battles I think my high school son is trying to set a record by the way and how much how many video games consecutive hours you can play during this crisis I I he his home is relatively small but we haven't seen him for a day and a half yeah where I walk that's Walker walkers like totally locked in on some on some games because he can't go do its job during the the shelter in place everyone's a little try to jump on my lap and I'm just like you can't do that again I can't I can't do the damn show not that it's that difficult yeah I'm just sit up here and to my left my my computer TV a little further to the left that is not on because what the hell is on and that none so I don't even need it on and then you know little box similar to what you guys will have to do so yeah no it's them modern technology is a beautiful beautiful thing one thing I will say two days I try to dress like I would dress at work now that's a huge deal for Manchester always address tell me yeah pretty much so it's like hits but I I have heard people say that if you work from home don't don't stay in your jammies all day don't go has a local role dad to see if you get dressed in a field easier to work from home what if you dress like your kids right what I can work under where whatever we have long said you know what I'm I like I said for me it's the same thing I'm almost here right now just to let you all know you're not going to know when it is because I'm not going to tell you but I want both the you guys to know into immune and everybody who's listening at some point time do the show alfresco to say I did it runs a busy man man he's got he's he's married he's got two kids under ten he's got a puppy you're not normal type testing this is all because I want to do it I want to be able to say I did the show sans trousers there yet so I'm not I'm not gonna be like Hey guys on a way to reduce showers in the middle of the show know that for however long we are doing the shows from our individual house just know at some point in time where we're having a discussion the boy can be doing it right now this is Megan frontier for us we got to be good during this time goes we argue that this is the way that this is where real creativity get sprouted just keep in the back you might remember that when you buoy not keep it anywhere in my mind is going to be in his birthday suit all now yeah.
COVID-19 testing sites expand across Philadelphia
"Most of the cases of the new coronavirus in Philadelphia doubling the number of patients from yesterday a more cases I should say of the new coronavirus in Philly health officials noting a new method of spread here something they expected though there are now eighteen total cases since testing began less than two weeks ago and that number is expected to increase as testing becomes available at more widespread use our city hall bureau chief he one of these Pat Loeb health commissioner Tom Farley says the city's major health systems have set up six rapid test sites Penn has them in West Philadelphia and Radnor Jefferson in center city and Abington temple in north Philadelphia and children's hospital in West Philadelphia they are free and Dr Farley says along with closing of schools and non essential businesses the hope is to prevent health systems from being overwhelmed you're protecting yourself you're protecting your loved ones and you're protecting the entire city Philadelphia he does however stressed that only people with symptoms of fever dry cough should get tested to prevent wasted supplies and false negatives he says a runny nose and sore throats are not usually symptoms mayor Kenney had no guess as to how much of a hit the city's economy will take but he says it will be larger than the city can recover from on its own this is a national issue similar to a war were to expression they're gonna have to step up the federal state and we will also but we cannot tell this entire burden on the city he also had no guess about when the restrictions would end
"dry cough" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"With covert nineteen I do not feel ill or show any symptoms until Friday morning fever fatigue exhaustion sore throat headaches plugged ears dry cough tightness in my chest which worsened during the day I have no idea when I came into contact with covert nineteen let alone how long I've been quoting incubating as a lifelong hypochondriac I've kept up impeccable hygiene it was nowhere near anybody who appeared to be sick I implore you to practice social distancing or even kinder self quarantine you may not be visibly ill but you might be a carrier who is putting vulnerable people at high risk categories in jeopardy stay safe these are trying times do your part to flatten the curve by remaining inside yes newsradio eight thirty cage rage if you wanna jump on in love to hear from you it's it's weird we're spending time together thank you for me to go through the every single momentary declaration and all of that we'll summarize but I'm viewing this more of you and I just have a chance to chat just where are you how you doing what's been your experience share from others whatever might be Charlie white Calais good morning Charlie welcome Hey Rick good morning happy Monday rather it is yeah public trying to help you Monday yeah I just wanted.
FDA Grants New Coronavirus Test Emergency Approval
"After what many are calling a catastrophic delay testing capacity is finally ramping up for the current virus in the US diagnostics giant Roche saying it received FDA's emergency authorization for its high volume test for cove in nineteen. The systems can provide results in three and a half hours. Roe says it will have millions of tests a month available for use. And that's welcome news to those in the public health world who say we still don't know the scope of the outbreak in the United States currently reported cases stand at more than sixteen hundred with forty one dead worldwide cases exceeding one hundred. Thirty five thousand with deaths approaching five thousand. Almost seventy thousand people have recovered. According to data from Johns Hopkins and many are asking especially here in the. Us numbers grow. What this disease looks like and how long it takes to run. Its course that we do have some data from the. Who'S MISSION TO CHINA TO GUIDE US? The symptoms can range from none at all to severe pneumonia. Almost ninety percent of lab confirmed cases had fever seventy percent of dry cough eighteen percent shortness of breath and fourteen percent of sore throat. Eighty percent of cases were mild to moderate and mild cases typically recovered within two weeks. Those with more severe disease. It took three to six weeks.
"dry cough" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"It's the the the the dry cough the feeling of the just what was the other thing that I saw out there that won't fever fever right yeah and you know and so I normally don't get that I normally don't get a coffee just a fever and then you know pressure or pain in the chest that's not a normal feeling from when I've had a cold or a flu before right right so I wonder if I wonder the people reporting it when they go to the doctor to get the test whether most people are actually getting it accurate or not whether they paid attention to that I don't know I I don't I wonder about the people who just won't go to the doctor they just don't go if that happens no matter that with this virus existed or not that's not that's that's that's my whole concern right that's why I said it because that gives us if they're if you factor in how many people don't which which you really can't I mean but if you could the question is is it more widespread than what's being reported right and at the owners are brought that up because a lot of people stating that fact of we've heard all the people that work hourly and you know it as for the statistics will that statistic applies to the regular flu too sure if you're sick and you're all going to work because of that but we have a lot of blue we don't know virus no we we know the flu but that still that still is fit into the statistics of who has I guess that's my thing when working out the calculations you have to work that in that no matter what the sicknesses or people that won't go because they either can't afford to or don't want to right that's you know that's my whole point.
U.K. British Health Minister Is Infected with Virus
"Health workers in Britain a trying to find people who've met a government health minister infected by the coronavirus dating diaries first showed symptoms on Thursday the same day she attended a reception at the prime minister Boris Johnson's official residence in Watson reports authorities are trying to trace who the health minister has been in close contact with untold knitting Doris first vote last Thursday the same day the jets into the reception in Downing Street symptoms such as a dry cough appeared on Friday last week and she was tested for the virus on Monday last night she tweeted I hope I'm over the worst of it now you more worried about my eighty four year old mom she's being tested
"dry cough" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Wife and I get Valentine's day quarantine on the dog and brings us together I'm feeling fine I had a high fever of a hundred and three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn changed and I was removed from the ship and and place in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond princess with proof input into that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of again deal we've got to get him off the ship you're mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but getting off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world music you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we predicted a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up new United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here yeah I think it's an interesting question and certainly this image there was a change this past week and so basically that change said that anyone can get tested with the permission of their doctor but what we're looking at are people who have the symptoms we know are associated with cove in nineteen which is fever shortness of breath cough in that if you have those symptoms you should speak to your doctor and let the doctor really get an assessment of your clinical picture what your travel history or exposure history might be and then make a decision as to whether you should be tested and at that point you know you will be either sent to a hospital or you know at some point have it done in the clinic when those lab tests become available Dr Gupta what what does the corona virus actually go to your body at any point of entry to the body the sinuses the oral pharynx your gastrointestinal tract what it does is it invades the lining of those cavities can cause local inflammation and that's when you have symptoms as when you have shortness of breath that's would have cost if a rock runny nose that does occur and we'll also see you sometimes have GI symptoms as well and so that is that is what's happening at the cellular level we always have symptoms you always so one of one of the interesting dynamics here is that we're seeing potentially a symptomatic transmission here where people are not actually demonstrating classic symptoms of cough shortness of breath fever but they're able to transmit the disease I will say one thing on testing one of the struggles we have in everything terrace that is actually correct it is we don't have we don't know these emergency tests they're coming they're just cleared by the FDA who knows how they function the fields we have no idea we're gonna they're gonna work you're saying what we hope they do and I hope the better than what was initially deployed four weeks ago to the states but who's to say how they're going to actually function in the field are getting highly sensitive enough we hope that's the key pieces here now Michael are we prepared for this to spread across the country well prepared in the sense that we know it's coming and we know that our health care facilities are going to have a major increase in load with that that's not an issue of debate what is a concern is how prepared are we at the health care level in particular aren't prepared and you were not we we have forty five thousand beds in this country for intensive care medicine anyone given days are filled can you have a can you get this and you get can you get this not no you have it and recover without being treated yes in fact the vast majority of what we now know is is that in the first day of your inspection where you're actually putting virus so you may not even have symptoms that we just heard from mark good death but then we know that over the next three to five days you have this rest operas for Tory for infection that just like the flu type of picture for some reason a larger risk is is there for people who are over age fifty five sixty of underlying health problems for the virus then getting into the lungs and then because of the additional problem the vast majority people never experience that they're just going to have those first couple of days of respiratory symptoms and they can't get through it and they won't they won't even be treated me fine but they might affect infect others a doctor could do with a question from a viewer in Minnesota Laurie let's listen to that I would like to know how long the virus lives on the various services Russia that's a good question and I think it will we have what we know now we have studies that show.
"dry cough" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond principles proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of we can deal we've got to get him off the ship getting mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but getting off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world meaning you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up in the United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be affected that way SO terror in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's more the parameters here.
"dry cough" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Three plus a dry cough if I wasn't contagious I would have been back at work the next day the corona virus swept through this year I ended up testing positive relatively early only in the corn taking stand I was removed from the ship and and placed in a hospital in downtown Tokyo where I spent exactly three weeks my experience was thankfully very mild there's no reason to panic it's just a sickness and it will run its course as a virus spread here in the US we brought together a panel of health experts to answer your questions CBS news medical contributor you know her well doctor Turner realist back with us we're also joined by Michael Osterholm director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota he knows a lot and Dr Ben Gupta he's a respiratory specialist and global health policy expert welcome doctors I want to start with you Michael can we just talk about the ship or second what do you think when you see that it is a cruel human experiment why we know the cruise ships facilitate transmission just by the air circulation in the inner cabins in the prince and the diamond princess was proof inputting of that and every cruise ship where we have this for you keep people out to see it's just a matter of time before many of again deal we got to get him off the ship getting mine land you can quarantine in there if you want to do that but get him off the ship let's talk about the rest of us who aren't on ships because I'm wondering how scared you should be I had always thought many people think of you haven't been to Italy China South Korea Italy or any of the affected countries and you haven't come in contact with any of those people that you're you're pretty okay you know right now we have pretty much a homogeneous viral reactor around the world meeting you're not instantly it's not it's it's what we certainly knew what happened we projected a month ago that we would suddenly see activity pick up new United States today Seattle has as many cases as many other the countries that we've mentioned there have been a problem and we're gonna have more Seattle's around the country in just the next few days to weeks so it's you have to now just like seasonal influenza you have to assume that this is everywhere right now and anyone could potentially be infected that way so terrible in terms of testing should you only get tested if you have symptoms should everybody should be tested what's what's aboard the parameters here yeah I think it's an interesting question and certainly this image there was a change this past week and so basically that change said that anyone can get tested with the permission of their doctor but what we're looking at are people who have the symptoms we know are associated with covert nineteen which is fever shortness of breath cough in that if you have those symptoms you should speak to your doctor and let the doctor really get an assessment of your clinical picture what your travel history or exposure history might be and then make a decision as to whether you should be tested and at that point you know you will be either sent to a hospital or you know at some point have it done in the clinic when those lab tests become available that you're good at what what does the corona virus actually doing your body at any point of entry to the body the sinuses the oral pharynx your gastrointestinal tract what it does is it invades the lining of those cavities can cause local inflammation and that's when you have symptoms as when you have shortness of breath that's when it cost if a rock runny nose that does occur and we also see sometimes have GI symptoms as well and so that is that is what's happening at the cellular level we always have symptoms you always so one of one of the interesting dynamics here is that we're seeing potentially a symptomatic transmission here where people are not actually demonstrating classic symptoms of cough shortness of breath fever they're able to transmit the disease I will say one thing on testing one of the struggles we have in everything terrace that is actually correct is we don't have we don't know these emergency tests they're coming they're just cleared by the FDA who knows how they function the fields we have no idea we're gonna they're gonna work you're saying what we hope they do and I hope the better than what was initially deployed four weeks ago to the states but who's to say how they're going to actually function in the feel are being highly sensitive enough we hope that's the key pieces here now Michael are we prepared for this to spread across the country well I prepared in the sense that we know it's coming and we know that our health care facilities are going to have a major increase load we that that's not an issue of debate what is a concern is how prepared are we at the health care level in particular are prepared and you were not we we have forty five thousand beds in this country for intensive care medicine anyone given days are filled can you have a can you get this and that you get can you get this not no you have it and recover without being treated yes in fact the vast majority of what we now know is is that in the first day of your inspection where you're actually putting virus so you may not even have symptoms that we just heard from mark good death but then we know that over the next three to five days you have this rust operas Pretoria for infection that just like the flu type of picture for some reason a larger risk is is there for people who are over age fifty five sixty of underlying health problems for the virus then getting into the lungs and then because of the additional problem the vast majority people never experience that they're just going to have those first couple of days of respiratory symptoms and they can't get through it and they won't they won't even be treated me fine but they might affect infect others a doctor could do with a question from a viewer in Minnesota Laurie let's listen to that I would like to know how long the virus lives on the various services Russia that's a good question and I think it will we have what we know now we have studies.
"dry cough" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cold in here Zac brown a virus I don't think so my what I do have a little bit of a five year deal like my nose is stuffed up dry cough heads I'm not a member yesterday I said allergy said it was right around this time I felt allergies do you think those are allergies as opposed to a twenty four hour corona virus that comes back every twenty four hours Jerry and Janice days at ten AM on KFI A. M. at six forty John we don't is one of the few jobs in the world where is somebody says Hey I'd can you try these four bottles of alcohol before you go on the air can do all right but Sir city still works there there Huntington beach's first when they're first and brewery no not first brewery distillery and so they have a a vodka in a Jan Hey I'm Bourbon Bourbon whiskey and then run and Kelly out you've got it you know you come from uncles that diet enjoy themselves I'm yeah okay yeah are you got it I'd give this a smell this is a high end whiskey it's a Bourbon whiskey smell that and which on cold where what year in college you go back to the uncle Dave your uncle Leo okay yeah with me it's uncle Tom man if any example Tom end high school we're in high school my buddy and I Matt we found a bottle of this and it is it at his mom's place and not knocked over pretty good all right so that's okay here's another one though all right this will take you back to okay this is Todd the rom that'll take you back to probably college maybe yeah soon as they don't smile right now and then this will be another uncle with right this is my is my uncle Jacque Reid Jack I think Michael Daniel that's that's the friend that's the gin the gin I smelled I love it bam I this reminds me of high school is it is it is it a red flag the two of these four bottles remind me of high school I'm I usually carry a bottle look I wasn't the study's guy in the world right try to drown that out somehow have a nice to carry a bottle of gin in my car when I was I was only sixteen or seventeen in I was in a a black Toyota corolla and I used to keep it in the wheel well in the back so no one could find it and then I don't pull it out and you know take a pop after I got to where I was going right was this like in between classes it was more like I am right as I got to a party I'd take a pop at a party that I bought in Los Angeles in the summer you know in a black car with a bottle of gin in the wheel well it was like a hundred and fifty degrees sometimes so I took him like wow this is like boiling you know personal time to begin with the end of boiling hot bowl IGN and it was I was a mess here what else exactly but these are really cool these bottles they're all the sword different they have the Huntington beach on him so I recommend you go get these surf city still works if you get back and again one of the very few jobs in the world where management says Hey can you taste these before you will go to work before you actually go on the air can do I could not these off tonight I know how many ounces are in there I would say it's forty five percent alcohol I would I imagine there is and ten ounces made twelve months in there some bright knock that off but as we continue throughout the evening all right let's get into live the corona virus everybody got to stay home sick but what if you have no more sick days right you belong to your sick days already this year well what do you do what what's they there's a dilemma that right the global spread of the corona virus has people taking precautions from washing hands to limiting their contact but should you become exposed or get sick the center for disease control and public health officials have this advice please stay home that may be easier yeah please stay home we should play that for four hours please stay home please stay home and put on a loop right I'm trying to loop and I'm going home and we're.
Coronavirus fears shadow this year's March Madness
"Twitter should the NC double a tournament games known as March madness be played in front of zero fans only in front of television cameras because of concerns over the corona virus the national college Players Association has asked the National Collegiate Athletic Association the NC double a to consider holding March madness without an audience present due to the emerging corona virus threat is that of going overboard I don't think so in fact I think it's a bigger concern for the fans but it is for the players and for the rest of us if you understand that this disease is as we heard last night from doctors it sends people to the hospital substantially more often than the seasonal flu it also has a mortality rate that is substantially higher than the seasonal flu for anybody who tells me one more time this is just the like the seasonal flu yes it's just like the seasonal flu accepted send Jew to the hospital a lot more frequently than the seasonal flu and it kills people a lot more frequently than the seasonal flu other than that yeah there are somewhat similar and one of the little tidbits that I got out of last night's interview with a medical expert from what World Health Organization who is a doctor himself is that covert nineteen which is one of the corona viruses corona and for people to say well isn't sars the corona virus corona virus is a type of virus yes sars is in the corona virus family so is coded nineteen but one of the details he said that I had not seen in any of the other reporting I believe me I've read a truckload of the other reporting on this subject in the last two months now since this first emerged in early January is that in simple terms laid terms the seasonal flu likes your nose your throat your mouth and your guts that's where it likes to live coronavirus or cobit nineteen likes your lungs I mean different kinds of bacteria different kinds of viruses in this case like to live in different places where we're all familiar with the idea that there are certain kinds of bacteria and certain kinds of viruses it like different parts of your body to live in they like the environment the regular seasonal flu your nose your throat your mouth and your god covert nineteen likes your lungs and why is that important well because one of the side effects and we saw the very first man who came back from China we didn't know about covert nineteen dad the Chinese barely knew about it they only reported on the first of January but he came back to a place called Bellingham Washington and he had a dry cough for four days that's one of the harbingers of code nineteen is that dry coffee added for four days he finally went in for some medical care they said we're going to isolate you that guy went down hill for the better part of a week and he was already under medical care he ended up with pneumonia in both of his lungs and if you don't believe me I'm drawing that from the New England journal of medicine and a technical medical report on what happened in this guy's case so he goes to the hospital he finally gets out fourteen days later and he's recovered now why is that a concern when he entered the hospital they give a chest X. ray no no manana a few days later lower long pneumonia a few days after that both lungs pneumonia now that sounds like a fairly aggressive disease and the tidbit from the medical expert last night on this program saying covert nineteen likes to live in your lungs why is that important because it can turn into pneumonia and pneumonia can kill you and yes it's mostly attacking older people people above the age of seventy people with underlying health problems but it also goes after younger people as well as I pointed out the doctor in China I tried to warn the whole world about the problem and the Chinese government shut him down and kept him from speaking it was thirty five years old he got covert nineteen he's dead today his pregnant wife also got covert nineteen I don't know her status status at
Tips To Prepare For The Coronavirus
"Are we got some really great questions from listeners? And I want to start with this one from Mattie Park in Ventura California okay. I'm just wondering how many people who get the corona virus actually die. How dangerous is it? Really? How much more likely is it to lead to death than the regular flu? You know. I'm afraid we might be whipping up some hysteria about this disease. Well I would say that. The good news is that so far. Most of the illnesses have been mild in China. Eighty percent of the cases have been classified as mild. This needs symptoms such as you know a dry cough may be a low grade fever something similar to a cold or perhaps the flu now. The death rate is estimated to be about two percent and this is really important to point out. It means that ninety eight percent of people who get this. Don't die from the virus right. Mattie asks how this compares to flu well the answer is that flu has a mortality rate of about point one percent or about one thousand. But here's something to keep in mind. Also that I think is really important. This two percent estimate is really provisional. It could be off. I mean early in an outbreak the sickest people are identified and there may be people with more mild cases have not been accounted for so that could throw off the calculation and it's possible that the death rate is even lower mean here in the. Us There are only a small number of cases but so far there have been no deaths and the people who do die in China tend to be older. The average age is in the seventies and the thought really is the people who are already in poor health due to medical conditions or habits such as smoking. The day are most vulnerable are their symptoms. That people should be on the lookout for and how are people who are sick actually treated sure well? Early symptoms include fever dry cough. Some people experience fatigue headaches less frequently. There's diarrhea the treatment is typically what healthcare professionals would call supportive care and that really just means giving medicines to keep a fever down making sure the person stays hydrated so plenty of fluids now shortness of breath can develop and that would be assigned. You need medical attention in a clinical setting. They can use a breathing machine to assist with breathing now. There was something that a bunch of people wrote in saying that they were confused about and that was something that Nancy Messina of the. Cdc said yesterday Yes we are asking the American public to work with us to prepare it in the expectation that this could be bad okay. One listener heard that in wrote to us. What does that mean exactly? It's completely unhelpful. Bottom line is what do we do in a practical sense? I completely get that. I think big picture here. There is no cause for panic right now but now is the time to prepare as we just heard the. Cdc says it's a longer question if if it's now when now we won't see outbreaks everywhere all at once in this country it could be cluster in a small town or maybe in the middle of an urban area. We don't know but think about this the way you think about preparing for snow storm or a Hurricane. It may not come. It may not happen but if it does you'd be smart to prepare. You may want to have some extra food in your cupboards have basic medications such as Aspirin Ibuprofen on hand. I spoke to Rebecca cats. She's director of the Center for Global Health Science and security at Georgetown University in this situation. If you have widespread virus in your community you may not want to go to a public drugstore. You may want to figure out ways you can distance yourself from other people. You also may want to think about what you do if your kids schools are closed. What is your daycare backup? Plan talk to your employers about working from home. Think through the details of that. It's really just about good
"dry cough" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Everybody was tested before getting on board and and nobody was allowed on who is certainly showing symptoms of coronavirus a fever a sore throat dry cough and that sort of thing there's will Ripley at twenty two till the race to the White House runs through Nevada this week early voting got underway this weekend and caucuses are this coming Saturday in the meantime John Laurence reports democratic candidates are stumping throughout the silver state trying to build support long lines of caucus goers in Nevada this weekend more than eighteen thousand Democrats showed up Saturday the first day of early voting for the state's caucuses there's a lot of Democrats coming out to be Donald Trump and some of the candidates trying to do exactly that are making their case Nevada is it's your turn now to decide who you want to be the leader of your party and the next president nine states and I'm here to audition Donald Trump your going to be a one term president your honor recent national polls don't yet sure particular favorite democratic presidential candidate in the state the heart of America is so much bigger than the heart of this guy in the White House we are ready to put the corruption behind us are you ready to put the tweets behind us early voting ends Tuesday and the carcasses are Saturday and Canada's fault let's set backs like colds keep them from a microphone we can make government work for the people we just have to be willing to do it when you see something wrong in America at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue you show up and fight it president trump is heading to Nevada this week to talk criminal justice reform with graduates who were previously incarcerated I'm John Lawrence reporting with that update on the presidential candidates at twenty till Jimbo Hannon's guest he is running for Congress we're talking with a guest who is a veteran a home schooler for her children a former adjunct professor of corporate finance the author of a book nothing to lose everything to gain and the subtitle being black and conservative in America Kathy Barnett our guest by guess is you've taken a lot of grief for being a black woman who is a conservative you know I want to say to people that you cannot be black conservatives our weekly support the policies of this president and have been scattered in data cannot be used again because the moment you say any of those particular things especially if you do a combination people are going to level and self that year yes I have yeah I would I would dare say you are running for Congress of the website is Kathy Barnett for Congress dot com be A. R. N. E. T. T. E. it's the Pennsylvania fourth district which has a Democrat incumbent although she is first term and I believe the district itself is fairly new it's in the suburbs of of Philadelphia tell us more about that that grace yeah I am so excited I am the first black person to ever be endorsed and doing the acting only by the Republican Party here Montgomery County is that second wealthiest county and the state of Pennsylvania out of sixty seven counties and I and I'm so excited there's so much energy there's so much enthusiasm and people are waiting there is you know I think the Republican Party and be around up in energized but I think there is a large number of independents and Democrats not Liberal Democrat but more moderate Democrats who are looking for home these people are no longer represented by the far left leaning side of their party when you have virtually every wind rushing to Alan Bernie Bernie Sanders you have a problem on your hands and the incumbent her nickname is the mad mad at Madeline dean she has signed on to this whole reminded new immigration reform bill out of fifty eight or fifty three eighty three the new way for Dale and didn't build literally makes the green deal look like a walk in the park on a sunny day wow so I I take it that you will be differ re weather and a wide variety of of the the issues of the day now in your in your race forward I'd like to know a bit more about this part of your book and I'll just quote here from the boat got nothing to lose everything to gain does racism still exist in America absolutely yes should we quietly live along side it is some acceptable amount of gray areas in life emphatically no but perhaps we should ask ourselves are there degrees of racism and this all racism the same but that is a perspective builder you know I mean and I've never federated them doesn't exist of course raises the Megadeth racism is nothing but another form of hate and hate can be and the movable as a parcel of land now back in the day during slavery and Jim crow laws on days when someone and hated me or had one I'm showing races tendencies toward me now that has some strong and location as I can have the KKK in my yard on that night I can I can be facing lynching there so many either well Linden scenes that really did happen in our country that is not the case today and even today I tell my children we have an obligation to speak today and such a manner that honored after all the whole nation not just black people but a whole nation that has worked hard to right the wrongs that were visited upon people like me because of the color of my dance Kathy Burnette conservative political commentator the author of nothing to lose everything the game or website Kathy Barnett for Congress be A. R. N. E. T. T. E. Kathy Burnette for Congress dot com sixteen sale coming up Disney world and Disneyland serves that up vegan style when American morning returns after these messages six children's knows that kids ask a lot of questions especially when they're sick mom what spread die thirty three artificial food coloring let's toast corn syrup ohm process sugar summer surprising.
"dry cough" Discussed on Tales
"Mustafa a knew he was dying. The old Taylor's lungs felt like an error Desert he half expected sand to gush forth with every dry cough his wife rue he had found him on his hands and knees it's growing weaker with every passing day she stayed by his side day and night her hands wrapped around his she prayed that a law would spare her husband but Mustafa knew better it was not a laws will that had caused him to fall. Ill it was their son. Mustafa knew.
"dry cough" Discussed on Arch City Foot & Ankle
"We will give you the truth. Welcome everyone. This is dr. Dennis. Tum. KO the foot guy. You are listening to my what the foot Radio podcast. So I want to say apologize to all my fans. It's been quite a bit of delay since my last podcast almost two months and this was due to of course. I just got board certified in both the four foot and the rear foot and Podiatry. So that was nice. But also, I had a pretty bad bite of some kind of virus or something that I was having this awful dry cough for almost a month off. I never get sick. And of course, this is a time where now I've got a kid and I always made fun of all those parents when I was a single. You know, why they always freaking getting sick and I got to write antibiotics from my buddy down Road and all this stuff. But now I kind of get it but this was kind of a weird sickness. I got sick and then I had food poisoning and the reason why I'm telling you this is because it led to me going to three different doctors for three different appointments and one specialist pulmonologist and none of these doctors over a three-week period could tell me why I had a dry cough that was killing my ribs causing gastric reflux disease causing me to not be able to breathe almost passing out while I was driving without a fever and none of these doctors could help me there was nothing they could do but then after three weeks I realized after birth..