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Coronavirus Epidemic Update 15: Underreporting, Prevention, 24 Day Incubation? (2019-nCoV)

February 11, 2020

welcome to another MedCram coronavirus
update so let’s go to the numbers again these are numbers that we take with a
grain of salt these are the numbers that we have they are coming from the w-h-o
who has been allowed into China as of yesterday also from the CDC here we know
that these numbers are probably underestimated we know that because only
the most severe cases that made to the hospital are getting tested we know that these numbers are
underestimated we don’t know by how much we may never know how much total deaths
keep increasing by bigger numbers 1018 total recovered is growing probably the
fastest okay let’s go over to our other website that we look at which is the
worldA meter at least according to these numbers there is a suggestion that
things are layering out let’s go back though to our death cases that doesn’t
seem to be at all petering out in fact if we look at the number of deaths here
February 10th deaths total was 108 and that seems to indicate what we’ve been
talking about all along and that is the number of cases usually represents
something earlier in the course and that takes time for the patient to get sick
to the point of death which takes a little bit longer so hopefully here in
the next week or so we might start to see deaths starting to layer out we can
only hope that that’s the case we know that almost all of these deaths are
happening in mainland China in the Wuhan area of course their system as with any
system is overwhelmed inundated and things that would normally be happening
are not happening as they should they are trying to alleviate that by building
hospitals dedicated to taking care of these more milder symptoms so they can
take the stress off of the hospitals to take care of these more severe cases so
of course the big news over the last 24 hours
has been about the incubation period we’re gonna get to what to make about
incubation period of 24 days before we get to that the other big news is San
Diego California just got its first case and interestingly it was from four
people that were hospitalized because of symptoms at UC San Diego and they had
done some testing there at UC San Diego apparently went to the CDC and the CDC
released them but one of these people actually had further testing done and it
turned out to be positive in which case that patient came right back to the
hospital and they had quarantined them and everyone’s doing well it’s just that
we have a patient that’s turned positive and so again these are people that flew
in last Wednesday from China and are being quarantined at the
erimar Air Force Base just north of San Diego so let’s talk about this
quarantine issue actually the quarantine issue which is related to the incubation
period so up to this point was felt that 14 days was enough to take care of any
potential type of infection in fact that’s where the recommendation came for
just about anyone in the world now that is coming from China they are quarantine
them because the incubation period is about 14 days well there was this new
paper that was published pre pare reviewed what does that mean that means
that before a bunch of scientists that are in that field got to look at the
paper pick it apart and say hey what about this what about that it got
published on a server and it’s out there let’s talk about it so here is the
article the lead author whose name actually goes at the end is this
gentleman nan Xiang Zhang this is a pulmonologist and you know I’ve got a
soft spot in my heart for pulmonologist because I am one and here’s the abstract
for it and then here’s the key part it says the median incubation period was
three days range of 0 to 24 point 0 days and of course they went into a lot of
other things so some things I want to point out here which is really
interesting is if you were to see our update from yesterday where we actually
quoted the Jama article the Jama article was a publication that looked at a
hundred and thirty-eight patients that were seen in the hospital there in Wuhan
this one actually looks at 1099 patients so you’re gonna get a much bigger n
number that was at one Hospital this is at five hundred and fifty two hospitals
in 31 provinces through January 29 2020 so here the meeting age as compared to
the JAMA article was a little bit younger that was in the 50s this one’s
47 years of age in this case there was a bigger majority that were males in the
previous one it was more split half and a half we saw about the same number of
people with fever people with cough we also saw that diarrhea was uncommon but
it did happen but there’s some other interesting things we
that lymphopenia that means low white blood cells were observed that seems to
be a very common finding in any type of viral infection but in the Jam article
which was looking at 138 patients in a single Medical Center in that situation
there were 36 patients or 26% that were admitted to the intensive care unit here
only 55 patients or 5% were admitted to the intensive care unit let me explain
that again the larger study that had more patients in it and was more of a
cross section of the area had a much lower admission rate to the intensive
care units only 5% and whereas in our jam article 4.3 percent died at least at
the time of publication the mortality rate here in this publication was only
one point three six percent so seems as though the patients included in this
study were not as severe so what do we say about this 24 days let’s talk about
that the first thing you need to look at is that the median incubation period was
3.0 days and so what that means is that this 24 days was a real outlier think
about how many incubation periods of one you need to have for this 24 if this was
the average I think the average was actual a little bit more than three but
this 24 as you can see if the median is three point zero days 24 days is going
to be an outlier so what would make that outlier exist well they asked the w-h-o
doctor at a press conference on the 10th that very same question and the response
was that sometimes what can happen is there is a reinfection later on that
makes the exposure look longer than it really is in fact they’ve seen this in
Ebola where there’s a double exposure and sometimes what can happen is there
is a reinfection later on that makes the incubation period look longer than it
really is so what we mean to say there there’s an infection that occurs here on
day zero and then there’s an incubation period here of let’s say 10 days
incubation period and then there’s another repeated one and this one may
not cause symptoms but repeated one may cause symptoms and that
will be another incubation period and then let’s say this one happens to be 14
days and then symptoms occur and so they can clearly identify this as one of the
potential infection periods and they look at this of course as the symptoms
what they don’t realize though is that there is another infection that occurred
and that the total when added up yes it comes out to 24 days but that’s not the
incubation period of this infection to this symptom there is another one there
it’s an interesting concept this is an outlier and so sometimes you will get
outliers right there is always a bell-shaped distribution with most
things that is anyway and so yes is it possible that you’re gonna get an
outlier here at the 99th percentile or the first percentile it’s possible but
it seems as though at least at this points what we’re talking about in terms
of a median is three days on the incubation period what we’ll do is we’ll
put a link in to the video where the reporter asks the w-h-o physician about
exactly what does this 24 day incubation period mean okay so let’s talk a little
bit more about what’s happening and what it is that we can do so we spent some
time if you look at our previous videos talking about things that we can do to
help us prevent getting the virus and that’s what a lot of expenditure is
going into right now quarantine shutting down but we’ve also talked about what is
the treatment that can occur if somebody actually comes down with the corona
virus and they have symptoms that are severe enough that end them up in the
hospital we’ve already talked a little about some of the medications and we’ll
talk more about some of these medications that are being used realize
that medications that are used for diseases at least in the United States
or in Europe have to go through rigorous placebo controlled trials for them to be
indicated for that so in other words if you have a blood pressure medication or
you have an antibiotic it has to be tested for that particular indication
for it to work now we can’t do this with a brand new corona
we will never have randomized placebo-controlled trials ready to go at
the initiation of an outbreak they are planning to have something maybe in
April and that’s really really fast for some of these medications but we don’t
have anything that we know is going to work and so as a result of that whenever
we give something for treatments unless it’s a known situation like ARDS
because viral pneumonia can cause a RDS that’s acute respiratory distress
syndrome there are some treatments that we know work we’ve talked about this in
our video which will give you a link to how corona virus kills there’s something
that we can do called prone positioning there’s something that we can do called
paralysis and there’s also something called low tidal volumes so all of these
are things that we can do to help improve because that’s been a randomized
placebo-controlled trial for a RDS but in terms of medications for this corona
virus we don’t have it practical things that we can do we don’t have randomized
placebo-controlled trials which are the best evidence for these things so what
do we do instead we look at the biology of things and we make certain choices
and we say yes even though we know that we don’t know for sure if this is going
to work we’re still going to try it anyway
because there’s very little risk so for instance for medications that have
indications for other diseases for instance HIV it may work in coronavirus
and so what we’ll do is we’ll do this and it’s called the compassionate use
compassionate use and you have to apply for that to use it and so that’s what
happened in this case in the gentleman in Thailand where they used medications
that were typically indicated for HIV they used it to see if the man would get
better and that’s the kind of things that we have now basically anything that
we say we’re going to throw at in terms of a medication against coronavirus it’s
going to be compassionate use we’re not going to have the best evidence to say
it’s going to work so what I would like to do over the next couple of videos and
we’ve talked about this before is to look at some practical things that the
biology tells us may work but can I tell you for sure that it’s going to help you
know so what are those things they’re things that’ll fit into the category
where there is question abut very low risk
these are the kinds of things that you can concentrate on to help you if you
are ever in the situation where you have coronavirus what is it that you can do
beforehand and at the point of to limit the morbidity and mortality and I’m
telling you right now you’re gonna be surprised at some of the things but I’m
gonna show you the evidence for it and you may say no really could that really
help me well we’ll go over the evidence and you make your final decision and if
the benefits outweigh the risks then you should do it thanks for joining us


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  • Reply Sean 76 February 11, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    Why do we have an outbreak every year roughly around the same time? Jan-Feb
    Something seems off with that?

  • Reply soylentgreenb February 11, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    There's an obvious potential for that 24 days incubation time to have been a hospital acquired infection or similar where they just screwed up the date the patient may have been exposed.

  • Reply Vong Leng February 11, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    This is a good way to lower the population but the virus needs to be stronger

  • Reply yourtv February 11, 2020 at 9:00 pm

    Experts say to get the real picture multiply all numbers by ten.

  • Reply MsMcBell February 11, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    What about that Chinese Dr (another one, not the already dead one) that there's already 50.000 dead, 1.5 million affected, and 200 bodies per day has been cremated per day, that the crematoriums have been working overtime trying to rid of the bodies…even the satellite has captured images of gasses emited into the air from organic matter…? Wonder if he's been arrested for giving this info? Hmmm

  • Reply Mike Massino February 11, 2020 at 9:02 pm

    Miramar is a Marine Corps air station, not an Air Force base

  • Reply MrSplitWigs February 11, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    Leveled out? Maybe they ran out of hospital beds and doctors to report.

  • Reply Al Cam February 11, 2020 at 9:03 pm

    Great work guys… Shared from here to the FB as per usual…

    Thanks for the updates, the dedication and commitment and the focus…

    Amazing work…

  • Reply charles mayer February 11, 2020 at 9:04 pm

    Your professionalism is admirable and exemplary.

  • Reply Nick February 11, 2020 at 9:04 pm

    So getting infected and recovering doesn't grant immunity… awesome.

  • Reply Megan Placidi February 11, 2020 at 9:05 pm

    Are people recovering from this without the use of medication? If so, are they staying "recovered" without ongoing use of medication? I wonder if the longer incubation period happens in healthier people and that once your infected eventually your immune system will succumb to the illness unless you receive the proper meds. For myself, I'd still be worried but much less worried if I knew this wouldn't end up being a life long illness.

  • Reply ZORAN S. February 11, 2020 at 9:06 pm

    I'm just gonna go on a limb here and ask, maybe this virus is so bad in china because the population is so ridiculously high?

    Imean.. one Chinese city has a population higher then entire country of Canada… That speaks volumes… China's population is at something like 1.7 billion.. the fact that the Chinese managed to contain this virus the way they did with such a high population is pretty amazing… But these are the issues we are facing with over populated countries.. it really doesn't make sense why country's with extreme poverty are exploding with over populations… And resort to eating rodents and other insanely unhygienic creatures…

  • Reply Kultur Patruljen February 11, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    You are a STAR, TX

  • Reply Glenn February 11, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    China is hiding much more than you know! Epidemic, soon we may see a pandemic, get ready to bug out and away from population!

  • Reply vendomnu February 11, 2020 at 9:07 pm

    So compassionate use I like when my kids want a fruit rollup in their packed lunch but we're out, so I give them snack sausages instead?

    If they die, they die.

  • Reply C. H. February 11, 2020 at 9:08 pm

    Thanks so much for your continued and thorough efforts here, Doctor. You're the only site I trust. From a life long RN…

  • Reply †TWISTED666BARN† February 11, 2020 at 9:09 pm

    No need to be a specialist, look at the structure of the virus he has suction cups his main task is to stay on any surface and wait for the cell

  • Reply volvo09 February 11, 2020 at 9:09 pm

    I couldn't imagine breaking my arm or leg as a Chinese citizen and having to go to the overloaded hospital… Never mind any other more serious non virus issue…. Terrible situation.

  • Reply Know About Unknown February 11, 2020 at 9:10 pm

    WHO protective measures
    Wash your hands frequently

    Practice respiratory hygiene

    Maintain social distancing

    Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
    If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early

    If you have mild respiratory symptoms and no travel history to or within China

    As a general precaution, practice general hygiene measures when visiting live animal markets, wet markets or animal product markets

    Avoid consumption of raw or undercooked animal products

  • Reply SarcasticLampr4y February 11, 2020 at 9:11 pm

    1099 cases in 552 hospitals?

    Not worth the paper it's written on

  • Reply Tuatha DeDanaan February 11, 2020 at 9:11 pm


  • Reply Vince Talkz February 11, 2020 at 9:11 pm

    We should all hope/pray that the 10% single day increase in deaths tappers off soon, as otherwise we will all be dead by mid July using exponential growth calculations. 8 billion dead in 159 days?
    Initial amount (P0) 1000
    Growth rate (r) .1 = 10.0%
    Time (t) 159
    Final amount (P(t)) 8040485299.76

  • Reply Igor Hartmann February 11, 2020 at 9:12 pm

    The MEDIAN incubation period is not the MEAN incubation period. Two different things. You COULD have A LOT of people with 24 days of incubation. You would have to look at the data to know for sure.

  • Reply Jessential Life February 11, 2020 at 9:13 pm

    I'm still loving these updates. Thanks so much!

  • Reply Timo Ba Ta Na February 11, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    Great video. Thank you for all ya do. Not only do i count those in the medical field with honor, you have my respect .

  • Reply A Nunu February 11, 2020 at 9:16 pm

    Official numbers x10 at least…

  • Reply William Bolton February 11, 2020 at 9:17 pm

    Watch Africa overtake China in number of infections and deaths and as a source of global contagion.

  • Reply Resorbence February 11, 2020 at 9:17 pm

    Double exposure is a scary thing

  • Reply John Scott February 11, 2020 at 9:20 pm

    Who’s paying for this hospital stays and what’s the cost does it come out of our insurance

  • Reply Yesayi Hovnanyan February 11, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    Thank You.

  • Reply Jessie James February 11, 2020 at 9:21 pm

    so has he made that video at the end he was talking about ?

  • Reply King ofGalaxy February 11, 2020 at 9:21 pm


  • Reply Momma Llama February 11, 2020 at 9:22 pm

    They named the virus. Corvid19.

  • Reply John Scott February 11, 2020 at 9:24 pm

    Also I was one if you’re in another country like a Philippines or another country that has a virus and you catch it just wonder what the cost is for all the stuff does travel insurance pay for them for this

  • Reply MAF USA February 11, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    we need more viral load studies!

  • Reply khalid M kamil February 11, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    What about the reinfection
    Does the infection give any type of immunity for those who already cured from the infection???

  • Reply Tamx Gold February 11, 2020 at 9:28 pm

    So what happened to the people that was sent home? That means they are still contagious right ?

  • Reply Ray Bod February 11, 2020 at 9:29 pm

    What's the mortality rate in third world or rural areas where there is no healthcare? Is anyone looking in Africa or South America or Central America for the Coronavirus?

  • Reply tompo1975 February 11, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    24 days of asymptomatic incubation… this is just a nightmare.
    But real nightmare will start when China will stay closed for longer and all the supply chains will break, from cars, electronics to medicines and medical equipment.

  • Reply Snow Raven February 11, 2020 at 9:30 pm

    Thank you for the wonderful presentation… Being a retired OR scrub nurse and also teaching asepsis technique in college I am impressed with the wealth of knowledge you have to offer and informing the folks here on your channel… Your bedside manner is wonderful and I appreciate and respect dedicated individuals like yourself that can make a difference in humanity, it speaks volumes for the individual you are!

  • Reply Shane DuKorn February 11, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    These charts mean nothing from China

  • Reply Ash2theB February 11, 2020 at 9:36 pm

    Now the Chinese citizens want free speech bc of this outbreak. HK to do it for them. I feel bad for mainland Chinese but CCP should have necks to fire for letting this ish continue don't blame providence for your lack of morality and ethics.

  • Reply Patricia Hudson February 11, 2020 at 9:37 pm

    What about Africa, Russia, South America and Mexico? We know there is, or has been, traffic with China. Are they just declining to report?

  • Reply Tim Williams February 11, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    I'd like to see geometric and inverse means on the incubation period.

  • Reply SmashAll Mortals February 11, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    The flu virus can stay on money(banknotes) for 17 days. If the Corona Virus can travel through currency how could it not turn into a pandemic?

  • Reply Cregg Lund February 11, 2020 at 9:38 pm

    That cruise ship only tested 300 yet managed to find 130 infected. So if they tested 3000 then 1,300 would be infected?

  • Reply kim Brody February 11, 2020 at 9:39 pm

    Build hospitals with no staff or supplies. Yep.

  • Reply Ketu71491 February 11, 2020 at 9:41 pm

    Im very prone to pessimism and take this virus seriously but 24 days sounds completely absurd.

  • Reply Sophie February 11, 2020 at 9:42 pm

    Again, the flu is the real problem.

  • Reply Anon Z February 11, 2020 at 9:43 pm

    Dr. Seheult excited to see your vids on meds. Been chatting with a couple of people on Gab and researching our options such as Quinine, Immodium, etc.. We shall see how your research compares to ours. 🙂

  • Reply Mike Junior February 11, 2020 at 9:43 pm

    how about the use of diuretics with regards to ARDS?

  • Reply Ginger Nut3 February 11, 2020 at 9:46 pm

    The graphs showing new cases is getting better is only happening because they are running out of test kits.

  • Reply FISHING4 MEN February 11, 2020 at 9:47 pm

    The study comes from where? If you say China, then we really have no idea….

  • Reply Sharma Ji Ka Launda February 11, 2020 at 9:48 pm

    There is a possibility we already have medication for coronavirus and we just don't know

  • Reply Margarita Mendez Marimon February 11, 2020 at 9:51 pm

    what about busting the inmune system?

  • Reply Summer February 11, 2020 at 9:54 pm

    Double exposure? Scary😩

  • Reply FISHING4 MEN February 11, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    Hopefully you have a logical wise doctor, then you may be saved.

  • Reply Suzanne Mullen February 11, 2020 at 9:56 pm

    Thanks for explaining the facts to us!!

  • Reply Vincent Heuston February 11, 2020 at 9:58 pm

    antibiotics are made in china India a few others countries the industry in china must ingredients for manufacturing are coming from China drugs are manufactured in China India or something else

  • Reply milo74156 February 11, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    how is it only one person in theses state I call BS

  • Reply John Castle February 11, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    Anybody worked out how many people will be contaminated in a years time going by how it has multiplied since it started .

  • Reply Allen Tremper February 11, 2020 at 10:01 pm

    I don't understand what basically amounts to a novel cold season, or rather how we fight of viruses and bacteria, I could be mistaken, but I thought once you got a particular strain of a virus and get better, beat it, you are immune to further illness from that strain?

  • Reply Carlotta Shell February 11, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    I personally think, that our country is going to be affected by this economically. China is shut down right now. Where does all of our stuff come from (including medicine)? China!

  • Reply Son Oh Gong February 11, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    That the CDC admits mislabeling the SanDiego test results seems —well—important!

  • Reply Puddle The Glum February 11, 2020 at 10:03 pm

    What is the risk to children? Ive heard little about who is most at risk.

  • Reply CaptainConco February 11, 2020 at 10:04 pm

    So as a matter of interest, how concerned are you personally on the global threat of this virus? Do you believe this to be the pseudo extinction level event some are treating it as, or do you think it'll ultimately die down as a deadlier but ultimately non-universal problem like SARS was? (Again, not discounting the hideous death total of China, I just mean in a global scale.)

  • Reply Agnes Mina February 11, 2020 at 10:06 pm

    I feel so sorry for the people that caught it and are still catching it 😭😭😭 Thank you for the update!

  • Reply yogini sd February 11, 2020 at 10:09 pm

    I think anyone who has been sick and called in from work and stayed home probably infected and recovered and not report it oh, and that goes for everywhere I'm in San Diego

  • Reply dannon2010 February 11, 2020 at 10:09 pm

    These numbers are useless coming from China or WHO. We need to keep an eye on quarantines we have access to. The plague cruise ships and US military quarantined areas. Over 500 hospitals and a little over 1000 patients?! HA!! Yeah…that’ll make you quarantine many millions of people. 2 patients per hospital when we know the cruise ships are well over 100 confirmed w 3000 on board and stuck in their rooms.

  • Reply CanadianLoki76 February 11, 2020 at 10:10 pm

    @MedCram.. You missed something about this Compassionate use drugs..Hopefully you see this comment and might want to weigh in about it. You're the professional.

    They are doing a double-blind Trial right now of "Remdesivir" in China with multiple centers and large "n" study. It's expected to conclude by April 27th. It's to try the efficacy in vivo (in humans) of that drug.
    It is apparently highly effective in vitro (petri dish etc).
    So it may or may not work. But they are actually doing a study right now. Double-blind with Placebo ( of course) and multiple locations.

    That drug has already gone through FDA approval and clinical trials etc. So as soon as they can see if it is effective or not as a treatment it can be administered right away.
    So lets hope it actually does help to reduce viral load etc.
    It's not a cure or a vaccine, but if it works it can likely help reduce severity and speed up recovery.

  • Reply UNCHARTOUILLE February 11, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    The most disturbing thing overall is the fact that it takes so long for WHO to obtain an authorization to come to have the authorisation to see what's happening. I think now everybody in the world realise how strange China handles information.

    We need to share and talk ! How can the most populated area in the world be so isolated ? What kind of other things do they hide (I'm not talking about virus this time).
    Why internet became split ?

  • Reply Sage Oldmann February 11, 2020 at 10:14 pm

    In the second wave after the mutation is when these numbers will skyrocket unfortunately.

  • Reply Yury Gerasimov February 11, 2020 at 10:15 pm

    Wish they can come up with edible Lysol that kills 99.9% of viruses

  • Reply Ilidio Faria February 11, 2020 at 10:18 pm


  • Reply DC 21 February 11, 2020 at 10:18 pm

    Ty Ty.. was waiting for You to respond to DR. Zhong Nan-shan's(Epidemiologist/Pulmonologist) Preprint.. on The MedRx Medical Sciences site..that others have bn sharing for days. I first came across this being shared on a (Private Group of Updates to nCov in the Philippines)..then the Barrett Channel shared it yesterday on his YouTube.. so I went to look it up..I wanted other medical Professionals to evaluate it's findings.

  • Reply Ewald Brunus February 11, 2020 at 10:19 pm

    Well I live in Korea on the west coast and it has been smokey overcast for about 3 days. Maybe its my imagination but it could be from all the bodies being burned? They say its smog but we know all of the chinese factories are slowing down production. So many people think its smoke from the crematoriums.

  • Reply Dan Rush February 11, 2020 at 10:20 pm

    China lies!

  • Reply DC 21 February 11, 2020 at 10:20 pm

    The Thailand Infected cases of 11 pts. We're being given high doses of (HIV-FluVaccines)..

  • Reply katrina murphy February 11, 2020 at 10:21 pm

    I have question regarding transmission. How is it that people are spreading the infection when they have no symptoms, for example the guy from the UK that infected multiple people? Also, they are evaluating a case here in Bozeman, Montana. They are in Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. They had a recent travel history to China. They are in isolation and the Department of Health is monitoring 4 others in Gallatin County . Thanks for your updates.

  • Reply Sheppy99 February 11, 2020 at 10:21 pm

    This data we are getting from China means nothing. It's heavily censored for political purposes. They're trying to prevent mass panic and hysteria to limit the damage to their economy and save their communist government. If the people lose faith in communism, a revolt is soon to follow. So you lie, lie and lie some more to sustain your enormous government. They're turning every single large area into make shift hospitals from stadiums to exhibition centers to gymnasiums because their hospitals are so overcrowded.

    Dr. Seheult is very careful to not promote any conspiracy theories here which is much appreciated but you are starting to hear his lack of belief in the 'official' numbers coming out of China. It just flat out doesn't make sense when you factor in the grand scale of what is going on in that country.

  • Reply Christa Luongo February 11, 2020 at 10:23 pm

    I like how you go over the statistics of the outbreak!!!!!! Thank you!

  • Reply Dan Rush February 11, 2020 at 10:23 pm

    The name of this is the Kung Flu. The victims are Kung Flu fighting.

  • Reply DC 21 February 11, 2020 at 10:23 pm

    Japan's Evacuees out of Wuhan , who have bn quarantined since their return back home, they found 3 more confirmed cases out if that 206 ppl batch, one testing negative twice then 12 days later testing positive…still in isolation, of course.

  • Reply Gordon Wiessner February 11, 2020 at 10:24 pm

    Hey, we found a cure but it killed the patient. Placebo testing will take too long. The main problem will be side effects. If you can grow it and destroy it in a Petrie dish you still have to preform toxicological testing. Can they develop and test a vaccine or treatment med. in two months? Yes, but can they guarantee its long term effects aren't harmful? No! For those idiots who are spouting crap like it only affects Orientals or they are the super spreaders. STOP IT! If this thing goes main stream it will not select race or gender, it will infect whoever, wherever and whenever it comes in contact with a host. Another thing that needs to be checked out is the excessive use of these disinfectants. Over use can be toxic and enough to weaken a immune system. And liberal spraying of different types without checking interaction you could severely cause environmental damage. If one household is using chlorine bleach and the next door neighbor is using ammonia in sufficient quantities the resulting mixture will cause respiratory damage and distress. Is anybody monitoring air quality? I doubt it. Locking everybody in apartments flats without proper ventilation is another breeding ground. You have just created a twenty or thirty story incubator. Sanitation, the streets may look clean but are building garbage chutes or dumpster areas overflowing? It takes a heck of a lot of people behind the scenes to maintain an infrastructure. Hospitals need many different personnel besides doctors and nurses. Stationary, sanitary, culinary, secretarial, pharmacology, inventory and supply and lab technicians are all placing themselves at a higher risk. To all of them, I wish them well and thank you. Be safe.

  • Reply Julian Farrugia February 11, 2020 at 10:26 pm

    WHAT?? Stay tuned for another episode?? Not fare!! 🙁

  • Reply Christa Luongo February 11, 2020 at 10:27 pm

    Prone positioning every respiratory therapist worst nightmare!!!! Lol

  • Reply shirley ann February 11, 2020 at 10:27 pm

    Man made? Totally unxeptable.

  • Reply Himiko Studios February 11, 2020 at 10:28 pm

    Lads…We are FUCKED!!!

  • Reply LostInPA February 11, 2020 at 10:28 pm

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  • Reply 9 year old epic gamer soldier February 11, 2020 at 10:28 pm

    I know this is a horrible thing but i'm at least happy that because of this an underrated channel like this has gotten many new subscribers because it definitely deserves it.

  • Reply LostInPA February 11, 2020 at 10:29 pm

    Let’s say the numbers are right, imagine like 1000 people dying in your small town in like a week and a half. You’d notice.

  • Reply Gerald Whyte February 11, 2020 at 10:29 pm

    Governments World wide are Culling 7 Billion people. It's better than Nukes to reduce World Population.

  • Reply KingJustice98 February 11, 2020 at 10:30 pm

    U.S. hospitals are also likely under-reporting, they are only testing people who have recently been to Wuhan. This virus likely has been around since early December and is likely already spread to all 50 states. I hate to be negative, but it's a real view. The good news is most corona viruses can't survive in very hot weather like in Nevada, Texas, California, Mississippi.

  • Reply KingJustice98 February 11, 2020 at 10:33 pm

    This was one of the most deadly flu seasons in the U.S, it makes you wonder if some of them were related to the corona virus but were never diagnosed.

  • Reply Andrew Floyd February 11, 2020 at 10:33 pm

    If people get infected in the French Alps by one who is infected then it is highly contagious and out of control. This information here helps me to see what is more true and feel the true gravity of this global pandemic. Thanks!!

  • Reply Александр Перчов February 11, 2020 at 10:33 pm

    Roger Seheult; you are using the same quadratic formula for figuring the spread of coronavirus that WHO, the media and the Chinese government are using; which is incorrect & minimizes the sum of data plugged into it…You are still using the official numbers also; which even you admit are under reported. You and I both know that the transmission sum is = to the both the data plugged into it & the exponent being the factor of contagion now being R0 4.04 as last reported by Chinese doctors, illegally going outside of their governments information approval system… Which is much, much higher than what you are showing as prospective contagion rate. Uh, apparently you made it through pre-med in the United States?
    That's right, don't want to be blacklisted by Wikipedia for telling the truth on prospective world contagion rates, now do you?

  • Reply Eric S February 11, 2020 at 10:34 pm

    Kung flu kickin ass lol

  • Reply Devon Cavan February 11, 2020 at 10:37 pm

    This is the most useful video regarding the coronavirus up to date. Definitely worth a subscribe and Thank you.

  • Reply Yolanda Swope February 11, 2020 at 10:37 pm

    If this virus is believed to use ACE enzyme protein to enter cells in the lungs ,
    Would and ACE inhibitor help?

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