Wow, its week 20 of our COVID-19 update, almost 5 months since we started and how things have changed. We’ve learned an incredible amount and, now know that the key means of transmission may be droplets and aerosols and we’ve seen what happens when we open too fast and or open the wrong places. Can we get this pandemic under control?
This week we discuss
- the amazing SpaceX mission which returned Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to Earth; an incredible accomplishment.
- the proposal by one person to get the Coronavirus vaccine out without conducting phase 3 trials and
- thinking about Hurricane Isaias and how the pandemic impacts evacuations.
AND…. Nick even gets to “discussion bomb” his favorite topic “incrementalism” into this weeks episode. So check out our Week 20 COVID-19 update and let me know your thoughts.
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This Week Dr. Nick van Terheyden and Fred Goldstein continue with Week 19 of their COVID-19 Update. In this episode they discuss the case of a person suspected of being infected who had their test lost after an ER visit, what should they do? Dr. Nick talks about his experiences early in the HIV Epidemic and lessons he learned that we can apply to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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