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The daily update on novel coronavirus (COVID-19). 15 minutes and you're up to date.

Latest Episodes

04/06 - Why Are People Burning Down Cellphone Towers?

A bunch of numbers heading in the right direction, even as the US death toll will pass 10,000 today. More men are dying of Covid-19 than women. The Swedish experiment is about to be tested. Bill Gates’ big, expensive vaccine experiment. And why are British 5G towers burning down?

23 MIN20 h ago
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04/06 - Why Are People Burning Down Cellphone Towers?

04/03 - Why Are More Young People Dying in the South? And Should You Wear a Mask?

We’re at one million cases worldwide. We’re still talking about testing backlogs and undercounting cases. The whole mask debate has come full circle. Why are young people dying more in the US than in other places? Antibody testing gets underway in Colorado. And this show has a subreddit so that you can tip us stories. More info on that at the end of the show.

26 MIN3 d ago
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04/03 - Why Are More Young People Dying in the South? And Should You Wear a Mask?

04/02 - How To Reopen Society In Phases

The federal government’s stockpile of protective medical supplies is nearly gone. Looking at where the next global hotspot might be. Should you hold your breath when you’re out in public? The FDA isn’t allowing Chinese KN95 masks to enter the US. What a phased reopening of society might look like. The CDC now says as many as 25% of coronavirus patients are asymptomatic, and private labs are causing a new crisis for testing.

24 MIN4 d ago
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04/02 - How To Reopen Society In Phases

04/01 - Aircraft Carrier Captain Pleads for Help; Pentagon has Ventilators and Testing Capacity… But Nowhere To Send Them

This is the Coronavirus Morning Report for Wednesday, April 1st. The administration says the US is facing as many as 240,000 deaths. Bad numbers to watch for from Indiana and Louisiana. Shocking stories from a US aircraft carrier and about Pentagon supplies that have nowhere to go. Why is COVID-19 so lethal for seniors? Why does Mexico have so few cases, at least thus far? And increasing questions about the true number of deaths in China.

27 MIN5 d ago
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04/01 - Aircraft Carrier Captain Pleads for Help; Pentagon has Ventilators and Testing Capacity… But Nowhere To Send Them

03/31 - Have I Already Had Coronavirus? How Would I Know?

The US death toll surpasses 3,000 and surpasses China’s reported total. General Electric workers who normally make jet engines have walked off the job to demand that their factories are converted to make ventilators instead. Did you already have Coronavirus some months ago and how would you know if you did? The great debate on if we all should be wearing masks of some sort. And the unique challenges when the virus reaches rural America.

23 MIN6 d ago
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03/31 - Have I Already Had Coronavirus? How Would I Know?

03/30 - New Worry: Aside from Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine Faces Collapse As Well

This week is going to be the inflection point week when we begin tracking death numbers and hospitalization numbers, not just new cases. Why have France and Italy been undercounting deaths in those countries? Now we have to worry about Primary Care docs being overwhelmed also. Will the Instacart strike mean no grocery deliveries today? A thread about virus re-infections. And tips to take care of your lungs.

26 MIN1 w ago
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03/30 - New Worry: Aside from Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine Faces Collapse As Well

A Possible Covid-19 Game Plan To Return To "Normal Life"

Just what the title implies. Here is what smart people think will be required to get us all back to work and back to normal. A road map and a game plan to give people hope and because someone needs to lay out what the light at the end of the tunnel might look like at some point.

22 MIN1 w ago
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A Possible Covid-19 Game Plan To Return To "Normal Life"

Fri. 03/27 - The Two Tracks of Vaccine Development

The prime minister of Britain has tested positive for COVID-19, why there is a shortage of eggs at the moment, med school students might be getting a field promotion to join the frontlines, the obscure plan that might mean the US Postal Service will have a big role in keeping the country going in coming months, the two current vaccine development tracks, and running the numbers at this moment in time––how many cases should we expect, and how many deaths? Sponsor:TalkSpace.com, enter code: "briefing" for $100 off your first monthStamps.com, enter code: "briefing" Links:Exclusive: Senior U.S. Medical Students at New York University Offered Early Graduation to Combat Covid-19 (Brief19)Med Schools Plan Early Graduations To Rush Students To COVID Frontlines (Talking Points Memo)The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday (Wired)How Will the Coronavirus End? (The Atlantic)With masks, ventilators in short supply, governors and hospitals call for federal intervention (Washington Post)Experts Say The Coronavirus Outlook Has Worsened, But The Trajectory Is Still Unclear (538)Coronavirus Daily Briefing YouTube channel

25 MIN1 w ago
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Fri. 03/27 - The Two Tracks of Vaccine Development

Thu. 03/26 - Is Pinkeye Another Early Symptom of Covid-19?

Louisiana is becoming a new global hotspot for the disease. How a single soccer game might have contributed to Italy becoming an early hotspot. Possible reasons why the death rate in Germany is so low, so far. And is pinkeye another early symptom of the disease? Sponsor:Stamps.com, enter code: "briefing"TalkSpace.com, enter code: "briefing" for $100 off your first month Links:UK coronavirus home testing to be made available to millions (The Guardian)U.S. companies, labs rush to produce blood test for coronavirus immunity (Reuters)Coronavirus: Data Shows Younger People Are Being Hospitalized In High Numbers (BuzzFeed)Germany's coronavirus death rate is lower than Italy, China, Spain, France (The Washington Post)This is why Germany’s coronavirus death rate seems so low (Wired)Coronavirus: S'pore Government to make its contact-tracing app freely available to developers worldwide (Straits Times)BlueTracePink eye may be a rare symptom of coronavirus, doctors say (Today.com)13 Deaths in a Day: An ‘Apocalyptic’ Coronavirus Surge at an N.Y.C. Hospital (New York Times)

26 MIN1 w ago
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Thu. 03/26 - Is Pinkeye Another Early Symptom of Covid-19?

Wed. 03/25 - Why is Coronavirus So Hard To Defeat?

Prince Charles has tested positive. India has initiated the largest lockdown in human history, nearly 1/5th of the world’s population. Why is coronavirus so hard to defeat from a medical standpoint? Worrying news that the virus might stay on surfaces longer than we thought. But hopeful signs that the virus might not be mutating quickly, and why that is good news for a potential vaccine.

23 MIN1 w ago
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Wed. 03/25 - Why is Coronavirus So Hard To Defeat?

Latest Episodes

04/06 - Why Are People Burning Down Cellphone Towers?

A bunch of numbers heading in the right direction, even as the US death toll will pass 10,000 today. More men are dying of Covid-19 than women. The Swedish experiment is about to be tested. Bill Gates’ big, expensive vaccine experiment. And why are British 5G towers burning down?

23 MIN20 h ago
Comments
04/06 - Why Are People Burning Down Cellphone Towers?

04/03 - Why Are More Young People Dying in the South? And Should You Wear a Mask?

We’re at one million cases worldwide. We’re still talking about testing backlogs and undercounting cases. The whole mask debate has come full circle. Why are young people dying more in the US than in other places? Antibody testing gets underway in Colorado. And this show has a subreddit so that you can tip us stories. More info on that at the end of the show.

26 MIN3 d ago
Comments
04/03 - Why Are More Young People Dying in the South? And Should You Wear a Mask?

04/02 - How To Reopen Society In Phases

The federal government’s stockpile of protective medical supplies is nearly gone. Looking at where the next global hotspot might be. Should you hold your breath when you’re out in public? The FDA isn’t allowing Chinese KN95 masks to enter the US. What a phased reopening of society might look like. The CDC now says as many as 25% of coronavirus patients are asymptomatic, and private labs are causing a new crisis for testing.

24 MIN4 d ago
Comments
04/02 - How To Reopen Society In Phases

04/01 - Aircraft Carrier Captain Pleads for Help; Pentagon has Ventilators and Testing Capacity… But Nowhere To Send Them

This is the Coronavirus Morning Report for Wednesday, April 1st. The administration says the US is facing as many as 240,000 deaths. Bad numbers to watch for from Indiana and Louisiana. Shocking stories from a US aircraft carrier and about Pentagon supplies that have nowhere to go. Why is COVID-19 so lethal for seniors? Why does Mexico have so few cases, at least thus far? And increasing questions about the true number of deaths in China.

27 MIN5 d ago
Comments
04/01 - Aircraft Carrier Captain Pleads for Help; Pentagon has Ventilators and Testing Capacity… But Nowhere To Send Them

03/31 - Have I Already Had Coronavirus? How Would I Know?

The US death toll surpasses 3,000 and surpasses China’s reported total. General Electric workers who normally make jet engines have walked off the job to demand that their factories are converted to make ventilators instead. Did you already have Coronavirus some months ago and how would you know if you did? The great debate on if we all should be wearing masks of some sort. And the unique challenges when the virus reaches rural America.

23 MIN6 d ago
Comments
03/31 - Have I Already Had Coronavirus? How Would I Know?

03/30 - New Worry: Aside from Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine Faces Collapse As Well

This week is going to be the inflection point week when we begin tracking death numbers and hospitalization numbers, not just new cases. Why have France and Italy been undercounting deaths in those countries? Now we have to worry about Primary Care docs being overwhelmed also. Will the Instacart strike mean no grocery deliveries today? A thread about virus re-infections. And tips to take care of your lungs.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
03/30 - New Worry: Aside from Emergency Medicine, Primary Care Medicine Faces Collapse As Well

A Possible Covid-19 Game Plan To Return To "Normal Life"

Just what the title implies. Here is what smart people think will be required to get us all back to work and back to normal. A road map and a game plan to give people hope and because someone needs to lay out what the light at the end of the tunnel might look like at some point.

22 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Possible Covid-19 Game Plan To Return To "Normal Life"

Fri. 03/27 - The Two Tracks of Vaccine Development

The prime minister of Britain has tested positive for COVID-19, why there is a shortage of eggs at the moment, med school students might be getting a field promotion to join the frontlines, the obscure plan that might mean the US Postal Service will have a big role in keeping the country going in coming months, the two current vaccine development tracks, and running the numbers at this moment in time––how many cases should we expect, and how many deaths? Sponsor:TalkSpace.com, enter code: "briefing" for $100 off your first monthStamps.com, enter code: "briefing" Links:Exclusive: Senior U.S. Medical Students at New York University Offered Early Graduation to Combat Covid-19 (Brief19)Med Schools Plan Early Graduations To Rush Students To COVID Frontlines (Talking Points Memo)The Postal Service's Surprising Role in Surviving Doomsday (Wired)How Will the Coronavirus End? (The Atlantic)With masks, ventilators in short supply, governors and hospitals call for federal intervention (Washington Post)Experts Say The Coronavirus Outlook Has Worsened, But The Trajectory Is Still Unclear (538)Coronavirus Daily Briefing YouTube channel

25 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Fri. 03/27 - The Two Tracks of Vaccine Development

Thu. 03/26 - Is Pinkeye Another Early Symptom of Covid-19?

Louisiana is becoming a new global hotspot for the disease. How a single soccer game might have contributed to Italy becoming an early hotspot. Possible reasons why the death rate in Germany is so low, so far. And is pinkeye another early symptom of the disease? Sponsor:Stamps.com, enter code: "briefing"TalkSpace.com, enter code: "briefing" for $100 off your first month Links:UK coronavirus home testing to be made available to millions (The Guardian)U.S. companies, labs rush to produce blood test for coronavirus immunity (Reuters)Coronavirus: Data Shows Younger People Are Being Hospitalized In High Numbers (BuzzFeed)Germany's coronavirus death rate is lower than Italy, China, Spain, France (The Washington Post)This is why Germany’s coronavirus death rate seems so low (Wired)Coronavirus: S'pore Government to make its contact-tracing app freely available to developers worldwide (Straits Times)BlueTracePink eye may be a rare symptom of coronavirus, doctors say (Today.com)13 Deaths in a Day: An ‘Apocalyptic’ Coronavirus Surge at an N.Y.C. Hospital (New York Times)

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Thu. 03/26 - Is Pinkeye Another Early Symptom of Covid-19?

Wed. 03/25 - Why is Coronavirus So Hard To Defeat?

Prince Charles has tested positive. India has initiated the largest lockdown in human history, nearly 1/5th of the world’s population. Why is coronavirus so hard to defeat from a medical standpoint? Worrying news that the virus might stay on surfaces longer than we thought. But hopeful signs that the virus might not be mutating quickly, and why that is good news for a potential vaccine.

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Wed. 03/25 - Why is Coronavirus So Hard To Defeat?

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