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PA3 lecture: Jaime Martiney '85 on COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Paul
15:11
The controls that Jaime needs will only appear when he moves his mouse.
elisabeth Q diamond
19:06
’85 ’85 ’85!!!
rick
19:55
Is anyone recording this webinar?
elisabeth Q diamond. '85. :)
20:07
top left of screen says yes
Mo Chen
20:11
Yes it is being recorded
mrieke
20:14
Yes. It is being recoreded.
rick
20:38
thank you! new to zoom.
Peter Paine
20:47
Go great Class of '85! :)
cherylrr
01:12:03
Covid-19 test is only recommended for symptomatic people. Is it possible that we underestimate the number of people with COVID-19, and the potential for infection in the community?
elisabeth Q diamond. '85. :)
01:12:39
That is the crux of the problem around the testing and lack thereof.
Barry Levinson
01:12:39
Absolutely...but let James answer.
ashleigh.newlin
01:13:37
In many cases tests are not recommended for symptomatic people - they're conserving the tests.
Elizabeth Henry
01:13:37
What are your thoughts about NSAIDS making the symptoms worse and the use of acetominophen?
Sabrina Smith
01:14:00
isn't JHU's data based on CDC data?
Barry Levinson
01:15:37
JHU is aggregating from state reporting
Barry Levinson
01:15:49
as well as other countries
geoffwoolery
01:19:05
Would this chart of countries/days ?be more illustrative if normalized to population
Sara Slattery
01:21:34
Yes. That does help illustrate differences between countries. Also many places are not even testing people are suspected as positive. So number of + cases is not uniformly captured. Each country has different rules, and areas in each country can be different. That said, the data is directionally useful.
Barry Levinson
01:22:16
Isn't it the case that if we flatten the curve, we will also stretch out the calendar time during which infections will continue? If so, doesn't that mean we will have to impose restrictions for longer?
Ale
01:22:58
Please keep going! this is incredible information
Noemi de la Puente
01:23:06
it’d ok Jaime- it’s not like we have plans tonight
dennisscheil
01:23:07
Just keep talking! We’ll keep listening!
apacheco0329@gmail.com
01:23:31
Yes; please finish.
Cecilia
01:23:43
Texas hospitals don’t have enough tests for their own staff who show symptoms. So - my sister si a nurse, her coworker has COVID-19 symptoms, but the hospital won’t test that nurse or her coworkers. Guess what the result will be. Testing testing testing
Rick
01:24:01
I think that scale is weeks, not months.
geoffwoolery
01:25:53
This makes it clear that testing of everyone, albeit on a prioritized basis, is absolutely essential.
Sandy
01:28:24
For those who get sick and then recover, how much longer should they stay isolated after their last symptoms disappear?
elisabeth Q diamond. '85. :)
01:29:30
Piggybacking last comment, once infected, then is patient immune or can s/he get it again?
Evelyn Wu
01:32:01
If you are asymptomatic, do you gain immunity or are you still considered susceptible because your immune system didn't react? Do we know how long it takes for an asymptomatic person to clear the virus completely and to become non-infectious?
Paul
01:32:19
What precautions do you recommend we take when we go to the supermarket?
Barry Levinson
01:32:25
For JHU site: https://gisanddata.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/bda7594740fd40299423467b48e9ecf6
Ale
01:32:42
What can we do to help our immune systems if we do contract the virus?
andy
01:32:44
How long do Fomites last on surfaces?
DINA K
01:32:57
when going out (for food shopping), wear a mask? gloves?
Annie Lu
01:33:07
I have friends who have COVID-19 and they tell me they are feeling better after a week, but I know the symptoms can get better and then later get worse. At what point are you safe from relapsing?
DINA K
01:34:34
tylenol+alcohol = liver failure!
Annie Lu
01:35:13
What do you think about the viability of chloroquine and other drugs being tested as treatments for coronavirus? Suppose that we have scientific data that it does work — how long do you think it will take for it to be available to the public?
Noemi de la Puente
01:35:19
how much time do you have between touching a contaminated surface and the time you wash your hands to be effective?
Laura Kogan
01:35:29
Can someone be walking around asymptomatic and contagious for more than the 3 week period?
JRosedale
01:35:45
Should we really be drinking alcohol / wine during this time? I thought alcohol depresses the immune system?
pam
01:36:14
As a teacher in a public school, there is a lot of discussion about when would be a good time to return to school. Any suggestions on how to recognize when this would be appropriate?
Yolanda Stringer
01:36:28
Is it correct that the UK is trying to prompt herd immunity to be established by not social distancing or taking other measures? If correct, what can we expect to see in the UK?
Roberta Susnow
01:36:50
Why does COVID 19 cause a cytokine cascade in some patients? What is unique about this virus?
Barry Levinson
01:38:00
I think if you let the infection run (I don't think that's really what UK is doing) you will infect everyone within a few months and then it's all over....and a lot more people are dead
Bryan Gillespie
01:38:44
Wat are the prospects and liely time frames for a vaccine?
john beidler '67
01:42:02
What if we relieve the restrictions (social, economic, educational) on everyone under 65 and have the 65+ers self quarantine til a vaccination arrives?
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01:42:46
What are the proposed mechanisms for plaquenil to curb the course of Covid 19?
Cecilia
01:48:28
Will the recording be shared afterward?
Arlen Hastings
01:49:03
Yes, the recording will be shared.
Marielle Villar Martiney
01:49:11
2-3 days is the longest time per a recent study this week :)
Cecilia
01:49:11
thank hou.
Sabrina Smith
01:49:43
They found fomites on the Diamond Princess after 17 days
Elizabeth Henry
01:51:17
How do you decide when it is safe to discontinue the social distancing, lock down without getting a resurgence like Hong Kong?
geoffwoolery
01:54:08
Can these slides be emailed to participants? Thanks, enjoyed this very much, great job!
DINA K
01:54:37
does SARS-COV-2 stay alive longer if it is on a surface that is in the freezer?
Tammy Garaffa
01:54:56
Who are the human subjects who are volunteering to be injected with vaccines to test them now, prior to animal testing? How many are there? They are brave and are taking a risk for all of us. I hear it is still an 18 month process?
Noemi de la Puente
01:55:46
LOL
Roberta Susnow
01:56:07
There are additional clinical trials using Il-6 inhibitors to treat the very critical patients with cytokine cascade.
Peter Paine
02:00:06
James. Thanks for an incredibly helpful lecture! Peter Paine '85
Tammy Garaffa
02:01:27
Do experts think that warm weather will push down transmission rates? What about a return of the virus in the fall? I am thinking of the pattern of the flu of 1918.
sracic.dayna
02:01:41
Thank you for the insightful presentation and guidance during this critical time. Getting information from a trusted source (scientist) in this "intimate" environment is much appreciated. Dayna (Federici) Sracic 2001 THANK YOU #stayhome
Elizabeth Henry
02:01:49
Thank you for a very informative session!
David R
02:02:49
Thank you, that was great!
Peter Nomikos
02:04:12
the chinese state is flexible in thier approach to "human rights", in particular as it relates to thier huge prison population...how much quicker do you think they can develop a vaccine ..if they use thier prison population as ginuea pigs..... or rather how many months can they shave off the typically vaccine development cycle if they do accelerate Clincal trials ..and put aside medical ethics ...rumour abound that this is happening already
guest
02:04:38
What about asymptomatic GI symptoms (diarrhea, lack of appetite) in predicting the severity of the illness? How are ER's and hospitals triage-ing for this?
guest
02:05:03
Finally, if shelter-in-place is not implemented effectively (i.e., longer time period), will there be a recurrence/wave of COVID-19 again in the fall?And lastly, will the cruise ship scenario (e.g., 17-day-survival) replicate outside of the petri dish environment?
Sandy
02:07:14
I gotta run. Thank you so much, Jaime. I am definitely better informed, but not feeling any more optimistic. Stay safe and smart, everyone.
Annie Lu
02:09:48
Thank you so much!!
Cecilia
02:09:51
many many thanks!!
DINA K
02:09:52
thank you!! applause!
Yolanda Stringer
02:09:55
Thank you!!
Ismaiel Yakub
02:09:55
Thank you! :)
guest
02:09:56
Thanks!
Peter Nomikos
02:09:56
thank you Jamie
Roberta Susnow
02:09:58
Thank you
Jen Daniels
02:10:00
Thank you so much!
Abi Azeez
02:10:01
Thank you!! :)
Peter Nomikos
02:10:02
thanks
rjgmacbookpro
02:10:08
Thank you! That was great!
DINA K
02:10:14
what kind of beer do you like?
tremaine
02:10:15
Thank you!
pam
02:10:24
Thank you so much! This was more than helpful.
cherylrr
02:10:26
many Thanks Jaime! cheers
Jan Loughran
02:10:35
Thank you!
Vicky Santiago
02:10:37
Greetings from Lawrenceville...I'm here, too! Great lecture tonight! Thanks for your time and valuable insight!