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Coronavirus Epidemic Update 26: Treatment Updates, Stock Markets, Germany & San Francisco, Pandemic?

February 27, 2020

welcome to another Tsarskoe v2 COVID-19
updates we got numbers we got germany san francisco stocks delta corona virus
vaccine treatment in the US and pandemic and that is with a question mark so
let’s get right to the numbers if we go to the world ometer website if we look
at the number of active cases you can see that 82 percent of those are in mild
condition whereas 18 percent are serious or critical remember these are patients
that got tested because they had symptoms and i imagine that there’s far
more people out there than we know that had corona virus were asymptomatic and
didn’t even know if we look at the close cases this is something that we’re
following people who have gone through the corona virus and come out the other
side or have not come out the other side we’re seeing that about 92 percent of
them have recovered on our discharge in our home and eight percent have died if
we look at the graph of that we can see here that this has not yet reached the
asymptote according to these numbers if you believe them death rate is eight
point four two percent and dropping for those of you who don’t trust the numbers
coming out of China this is an interesting graph here where we look at
the total cases outside of China and you can see that those are going up and
we’re sort of in the epidemic phase especially in South Korea and in Italy
if we look at daily cases excluding mainland China we’ve got here on the
25th of February the highest number to date but please remember that those
cases that are outside of China are just a sliver of the total cases that are
reported by mainland China of course if those numbers in China are far greater
than what they’re reporting then the sliver is even smaller than it is
represented here again back on the main page at the bottom below all of the
countries specific data we have the latest updates during one new death in
Japan three new cases in Thailand and they say that we are entering a full war
with kovat 19 and one new death in South Korea a 73
year-old male if we go back to February 25th
there are 406 new cases and 52 new deaths occurring in China on February
25th as reported by the National Health Commission of China also one new death
in South Korea a female patient who died of acute respiratory failure after being
a minute up to just two days being in the hospital one new death on the
diamond princess this is a person in their 80s two new cases in Italy 60 new
cases in South Korea which is a sharp decline in new cases compared to
yesterday’s 161 new cases so I’ll have to see how that pans out on CNBC they
are reporting as part of their update that there are new coronavirus cases in
Germany this is a 25 year old man living in southern German state of Baden
württemberg and he had a return visit from Italy
he had flu-like symptoms and he’s gonna be treated in isolation and people who
have been in contact with them are going to be put in isolation also see here
that San Francisco has declared a local emergency and they have a total caseload
of zero but they are trying to take a proactive action kind of an interesting
thing of course the big news of the day is somebody at the CDC which we’ll talk
about said that it’s not a matter of if but a matter of when Cova 19 comes to
the United States in full force and of course that caused the markets to lose
up to 800 points also we see here that Delta scraps cancellation fees for
Italian flights because of that outbreak big news here is that US health
officials say that human trials on coronavirus vaccine is going to start in
six weeks and we talked about this on the last update and how it is so
different than the previous examples of vaccines that we’ve had and that’s
because instead of injecting you with a protein that your immune system makes
antibodies against what they’re going to be doing is injecting you with the
instructions that is the RNA into your cell so that the antigen presenting
cells that normally present these antigens to your immune system will make
the protein on its surface and then present it to your immune
system to make the antibodies against it this allows you to make manipulations as
the virus apparently mutates it also cuts down on
production time it allows you to get a vaccine out during an epidemic as
opposed to after the epidemic has passed and a lot of people have suffered from
this and it also allows you to scale and reach millions and millions of people
with this type of vaccine and we talked about that yesterday we got more
information about that today here’s a really interesting article this is from
Harvard University and believe it or not this was published in May of 2015 that’s
five years ago that they were looking at this type of technology and we’ll leave
a link to this website in the description below goes through a lot of
interesting things for instance a lot of questions yesterday regarding how do you
get this RNA into the cells well it talks about what RNA does and I would
recommend you watch our molecular biology primer which will put the link
to to bone up if you will on exactly how does the cellular
structure work because that’s going to become really important for you to
understand if you want understand how these vaccines work so that talks about
that here it says in the living cell of the organism DNA is the molecule that
contains the genetic information of that organism it’s composed of a series of
four building blocks which we talk about that gets copied into a structure called
RNA which carries that information into the rest of the cell that’s the cytosol
or the cytoplasm and it’s there that this RNA genetic information is
translated into proteins so you can see here what happens is you get injected
this is the RNA that they have figured out it goes into your special type of
cells called antigen presenting cells these are typically the cells that go
around looking for things that shouldn’t be there eating them up and presenting
the antigens usually proteins to your immune cells that’s how a normal vaccine
works well here these little code instructions will go into the antigen
presenting cell and the cell itself will make a portion of the viral protein the
portion that they feel is the best to make antibodies against they will make
that protein inside of their own cells and present it which will stimulate the
immune response and RNA is injected into the body this
RNA encodes the information to produce the antigen which is a protein from a
pathogen that will stimulate the immune system inside the cells the RNA is used
to synthesize the antigen which is exposed to the cell surface this is the
new part here then a subset of immune system cells recognize the antigen and
trigger an immune response so it’s quite interesting you can see here that once
you have the real pathogen that comes in you already have the immune system built
up and you can get a rapid response or a strong response and I will put a couple
of other links of some videos below that describe this kind of technology if you
want more information on that we’re gonna talk about that in subsequent
lectures the next thing I want to talk to you about is this fortunate article
about the first u.s. trial for a corona virus treatment that is started and this
is an interesting situation because of course the question is if we’re gonna do
this in United States who are we going to do it with and this is not a vaccine
this is the treatment and it’s using this medication that we’ve talked about
before called REM des aver now Ramez aver is a antiviral but the way it works
is it is a nucleotide analog that basically prevents and truncates or
stops the ability of RNA to reproduce and make these long RNA strings and
we’ll talk a little bit more about that mechanism in our course on what is a
corona virus and how does it infect the cell and we’re still working on that but
we should be able to have that out shortly the NIH confirmed on Tuesday
that the first u.s. clinical trial for a corona virus treatment has launched at
the University of Nebraska so this is a gold standard study where they are going
to give patients placebo or the real thing and the reason why they’re doing
this is because they don’t know if this medication works but they’re certainly
gonna try to find out and they’re gonna use patients that have already been
infected with kovat 19 that have come back from the diamond princess or have
been quarantined and found to have the corona virus if they develop symptoms so
again who are these patients the first u.s. patient to enroll in the trial is
according to the NIH an American who volunteered for the study the individual
was one of thousands of people quarantined on the
princess cruise ship in Japan before being repatriated to the United States
which all brings us back to the last item and that’s this idea about pandemic
pan of course meaning everywhere ademma keening a situation or infection so the
common cold is a pandemic the flu virus is a pandemic a pandemic simply
describes how broad and far-reaching is this infection what are the US health
officials say based on this news report we have an shoots at the principal
deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control prevention told
reporters at a news briefing quote it’s not so much a question of if this will
happen anymore but rather more question of when this will happen and how many
people in this country will become infected and how many of those will
develop a severe or more complicated disease Health and Human Services
Secretary Alex as are added we can’t hermetically seal off the
United States and so a lot of these people that are being repatriated have
these viruses they’re keeping them in quarantine and we will see how this goes
there is hope of course that we can stave this off and that somehow if
there’s increasing temperatures in spring and summer that perhaps this
might depress the growth of the corona virus there are some examples where this
could be true we have some data to show that this might be true we also have
data that this might not be true right because we have places like Singapore
and warmer countries where there is still a growth of the corona virus so
getting back to our agenda the big story currently is what they’re doing here
with the vaccine with the RNA and what they’re doing with the treatment with
the randomized controlled trial that’s big news and then of course this
pandemic is not going to change what we do in terms of the virus it’s simply
going to change the perception the perception the virus can sometimes be
more dangerous than the virus itself it is best to do what you can do on a
rational basis to improve your chances of not getting the corona virus but if
you do surviving it


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  • Reply Kalle Buchholz February 27, 2020 at 4:00 am

    What I like a lot about that channel is, that I get informations without scare stories. The situation is serious enough, there’s no need for fearmongering.

    Regards from hunan. Live here feels almost normal but a bit ore boring then usual.

  • Reply vipor_bruce54 February 27, 2020 at 4:07 am

    I’ve noticed that China isn’t reporting on new cases of the virus. That gives me to believe that the virus is ending.

  • Reply Heather February 27, 2020 at 4:08 am

    Dr. Seheult, I started this Coronavirus journey watching your very first Med-cram lecture on it, can you believe you're already up to 26 and counting? Very well documented, you and Doctor Campbell are my daily go-tos. Thank you so much. The world appreciates what you do.

  • Reply sean sarto February 27, 2020 at 4:09 am

    That molecular biology vid as all tour work here is very informative. Thanks!

  • Reply Zenith Mas February 27, 2020 at 4:12 am

    Some questions . If there are patients who recover from the virus, does that mean these patients immune system can produce antibodies? Can these antibodies (these are protein too) be sythesized and injected into a patients blood stream to attack the virus?

  • Reply Cheryl Young February 27, 2020 at 4:15 am

    If they couldn't make a vaccine for SARS what makes anyone think one can be made for this one any time soon?

  • Reply Matthew Baker February 27, 2020 at 4:17 am

    An RNA Vaccine? What about RNases?! Ubiquitous, hardy enzymes that chew up RNA indiscriminately, making isolating and delivering these very labile molecules quite challenging.

  • Reply Rai Karklins February 27, 2020 at 4:24 am

    About Singapore, spent a lot of time working in Sea and Singapore is virtually air conditioned. You can travel, work and shop in cold temps all day and night. Although not 100%, it is a major difference compared to the equator per se.

  • Reply Zodraz February 27, 2020 at 4:29 am

    Great work! Thank you for such a clear concise update.

  • Reply Maria Alvares February 27, 2020 at 4:29 am

    Has the fever pattern of the infection been studied? The 24 hour pattern? Would be interesting to know.

  • Reply Brent Taylor February 27, 2020 at 4:31 am

    Great explanation

  • Reply hesh 74 February 27, 2020 at 4:35 am

    Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst. Pick up some extra canned foods, water, and other supplies while you can. If it turns out that you don't need them, you'll have less grocery shopping to do a couple months from now. Nothing is lost, but the potential gain is huge. ☮🧡🙏

  • Reply Avril Spencer February 27, 2020 at 4:35 am

    Thanks, but you won't be injecting me with anything.

  • Reply Janet Lawrence February 27, 2020 at 4:36 am

    It’s insane that we aren’t doing testing here in the USA! My grandson, son, husband and myself were so sick with fever and dry cough but because we hadn’t been to China they wouldn’t tear us for CoVID 19. Over two weeks in bed and my grandson is still coughing and on medications for it. Negative for the flu.

  • Reply The PrepperFrog February 27, 2020 at 4:37 am

    Thank you, Dr.

  • Reply John Doe February 27, 2020 at 4:38 am

    Another case of possibility in Southwest Va. But they wont tell us which county. This is where I live so it's really messed up they ain't giving exact area so everyone can protect theirselves!

  • Reply Carlos PenaGarrido February 27, 2020 at 4:39 am

    Does the vaccine you talk about doesnt cause a detrimental immune reaction such as it does with sars1 or a reinfection of dengue fever?

  • Reply Savoir Rare February 27, 2020 at 4:41 am

    Curious if anyone had seen articles describing patients who had previously tested positive, marked "recovered", but then still continue to be testing positive for the virus. Obviously would throw a wrench into the process if such an asymptomatic carrier were still a "superspreader".

  • Reply Alex Bases February 27, 2020 at 4:44 am

    Thank you for these daily updates!

  • Reply Dirk February 27, 2020 at 4:44 am

    Thanks Doc

  • Reply Louise Cassidy February 27, 2020 at 4:45 am

    I still say the gods are angry, angry with China, also angry with Iran. All this was ordained, starting with the drought, fires then floods in Australia, now this, and look where it is hitting the most! And exactly, right on, the start of 2020. Fire and pestilence, burn out the corrupt kings…..Our lives are governed by the decisions we make, so do as you would be done by, do no harm. The gods are weeding the garden, unfortunately some flowers will go.

  • Reply John doe February 27, 2020 at 4:47 am

    1,400,000,000 people on this earth could perish if the death rate is 2% .

  • Reply Makalena Laster February 27, 2020 at 4:47 am

    Thankyou for acknowledging the fake numbers coming out of china.

  • Reply funbabe1000 February 27, 2020 at 4:51 am

    did you see where not to cause panic and wear a mask unless you are the sick one? saw a video about conditions in china and if they catch you in a public place without a mask they will arrest you , they say no gloves over here ither but I guess they did not see that guy that was infected spitting all over stuff in the store

  • Reply Vincent W II February 27, 2020 at 4:54 am

    “It also cuts production time.” That sounds kind of risky with the vaccine. I hope it works though. Has this been done with other viruses?

  • Reply Am Say February 27, 2020 at 4:54 am

    Surviving the virus. Older people and also people with an illness could opt for stopping outgoing behaviour. Speaking for myself, I live about 120 km north of the German case near Düsseldorf (1 km away from the Dutch town Sittard). Formally it's still Germany, but really it is already Netherlands. What I do with my wobbly immune system (severe psoriasis and also attracted the TB bacterium somehow)…. I only go to one super market to buy my groceries, preferably at opening time, else at closing time. I only stay for a few minutes: get the loot and get out. Taking a stroll and going outside to the park okay, public transport an shopping malls not okay. Avoid as much as possible, and reduce the number of addresses you visit to a minimum. Stock up canned food, rice and pasta for at least a month and good luck. Those kind of products will stay good for 6 to 36 months. If Corona hits your town you will be good.

  • Reply Madison Taylor February 27, 2020 at 4:54 am

    Just confirmed a case at UC Davis

  • Reply Hailey Puerner February 27, 2020 at 5:02 am

    It already hit upstate New York and today it was confirmed in New Jersey and I'm from northeastern pa and they are already preparing our hospitals for when it hits us😬 I'm so panicked over the thought of it😩

  • Reply TheNikolas24 February 27, 2020 at 5:02 am

    Poor anti-vacs, they probably gonna die off

  • Reply burnindownthehouse February 27, 2020 at 5:04 am

    Iran is underreporting by a lot of numbers.

  • Reply KR15T14N February 27, 2020 at 5:04 am

    One confirmed case in Norway as well

  • Reply simone mongittu February 27, 2020 at 5:05 am

    Hi one question about the data. If some countries are making the test and others countries only when someone have some clear synthomes. How can you have a real status if Italy made 10.000 test and USA or France 500?

  • Reply IMPRACTICAL MEDICINE R February 27, 2020 at 5:09 am

    Many people had been saying indian health care system wont survive… well you know what india took quick measures by doing high alert on the first case… all people from china and coming from china have to stay 28 days inside and everyday a health care official will see those people like me….. they took the suspected cases far off in the jungle in military camp away from city….. and all of them were negative… 3 infected people were provided best treatment and they recovered……. and india sucesfully has stopped entry of people coming from suspected areas… even they started screening everyone from different countries…. in this moment the military took over place and thus things wemt smooth… india healthcare system and actions by military is highly overrated… its far better than most of the developed countries consider italy itself

  • Reply K P February 27, 2020 at 5:10 am

    Question regarding vaccine. Any concerns using on people with lupus?

  • Reply Goldcoastmomma February 27, 2020 at 5:11 am

    A Solano County, California resident may be the first person to contract the coronavirus in the U.S. without any known exposure from travel or another infected person. Godspeed everyone!!!

  • Reply Jay Dee February 27, 2020 at 5:14 am

    The South Korean minister who was in charge of the Covid-19 virus for his country committed suicide this morning.

  • Reply Nicolas Anderson February 27, 2020 at 5:16 am

    If this disease acts like dhengi fever the second time one is infected, and the second time is worse than the first, wouldnt this just causes people to … you know… have a sudden heart attack

  • Reply tonton llagas February 27, 2020 at 5:18 am

    if this technology for making vaccine is okay, why was it not utilized for ebola or other corona virus infections? makes you wonder bout its efficacy and safety. but i guess we dont have other choice… hoping for a positive outcome for the treatment trials. also, that you for your updates. i always watch your videos.

  • Reply Moose February 27, 2020 at 5:18 am

    So basically the RNA Vaccine seems like it will kill the pathogen it is intended to kill but in doing so it will give you an auto immune disease you can't ever get rid of. I don't see any way this won't happen. The RNA vaccine acts like a virus and will continue to spread in the body like a virus and continually cannibalize cells in doing so. How do you stop the process? It looks like a run away process to me?

    Then we have the anti-viral study using 394 people but there are only 57 admitted to have the covid-19 in the US and many of those are supposedly already recovered. So it looks like the CDC is using China math.

  • Reply Shawn Astrom February 27, 2020 at 5:19 am

    Best info around about this!

  • Reply jainouye February 27, 2020 at 5:20 am

    Honestly I am thinking that all our actions are really about, first, delaying the inevitable so we have time to create a vaccine and develop best practices of treatment. And second, that we extend out overall impact and thus make it more socially manageable. Larger and faster typically feels deadlier and more disruptive. The M&M numbers and disease statistics might not say it is massive catastrophe but that would be the average sidewalk level understanding of the impact.

  • Reply Vash TheStampede February 27, 2020 at 5:21 am

    San Fran heard the sound of money even tho they have no cases, but NY will, they brought 80 in from China won't say just where in NY they have them self quarantine.

  • Reply OfficialJoeKingOne February 27, 2020 at 5:22 am

    Do we know the age of each death?

  • Reply Mike Jonsson February 27, 2020 at 5:23 am

    Confirmed 1st case in Norway and 2nd case in sweden and Finland. Can Corona survive cold?

  • Reply Pamela Royce February 27, 2020 at 5:31 am

    Dr. Seheult, do you have any data yet on the people who died such as age and health history such as previous bouts of pneumonia, childhood asthma, or any other lung function impairment, or suppressed immune system? The previous SARS epidemic strangely had little effect on people who had HIV and it was thought (or rumored) that it was because SARS triggered the patient’s immune system to attack itself, and the folks whose immune systems were impaired by HIV were comparatively safe from SARS. As a teen, I had a fearsome case of flu in December 1968, when our hospitals were so full they had patients on gurneys in the hallways, until they ran out of gurneys and put patients on the floor in the hallways. I stayed home and made it through. I have been told by a healthcare professional that those of us who went through that seem to be much more resistant to flu generally. I still get my flu shot every year anyway. I never want to be that sick again in my life! But when I do get sick from a virus, I usually get a secondary infection in my bronchial tubes or lungs, and I was told by a doctor that this happens because I had childhood asthma. So I wonder whether the people who died from COVID-19 have a pattern of past difficulties with their lungs or their immune systems. If we do not have this information now, how long is it likely to be before medical scientists can acquire the data and publish it?

  • Reply Muuip February 27, 2020 at 5:31 am

    Great vital informations.

    Much appreciated! 👍

  • Reply Leikili Maile February 27, 2020 at 5:34 am

    Regarding the vaccine its questionable, you have no idea how the communication will come across in the human body each individually and how long this “ vaccine” will stay in the body and what other effects it will have, and it’s affecting stocks hmmm 🤔

  • Reply elephantinpajamas February 27, 2020 at 5:35 am

    PANDEMIC: PAN, all; DEM, from Greek, demos, people

  • Reply eugeniusro February 27, 2020 at 5:38 am

    What do you think doctors, this new vaccine can be learned to identify cancer cells and mark them so they can be attacked by the immune system?

  • Reply E O February 27, 2020 at 5:42 am

    So what you’re saying is you don’t think the deaths in China were not much higher and unreported? I have information on drug manufacturing halted in Late October was already occurring. Tells me that people were already sick and dying then.

  • Reply joan baczek February 27, 2020 at 5:43 am

    I just don’t understand how a vaccine helps if second exposure is worse than the first. If you get the vaccine then exposed to corona you will have a worse immune reaction and die from filled lungs!!

  • Reply Ender February 27, 2020 at 5:46 am

    It'll be interesting to see how anti-vaxxers handle/are handled over immunization if it becomes mandatory.

  • Reply Janet Vakili February 27, 2020 at 5:47 am

    Has anyone thought about people who vape? Will infected people who vape become super spreaders….leaving little clouds of the virus everywhere they go?

  • Reply Breda Keogh-Hanks February 27, 2020 at 5:48 am

    Thank you. You are my “go to” channel to get real honest updates. Stay safe, be well. 🙏

  • Reply Kent Wilke February 27, 2020 at 5:49 am

    3:50 Seems like that very aggressive time frame leaves very little room for error.

  • Reply FairyTale February 27, 2020 at 5:51 am

    I think if the weather is hot and you keep your body warm you cannot get coronavirus

  • Reply Ricky Zhao February 27, 2020 at 5:52 am

    Maybe you should doubt the figure in the US. Only 3 states are testing people with fever, and less than 20 are tested per day. The testing kit is malfunctioning as mentioned by CDC. Besides that, what is the percentage of people will go to the hospital for overpriced testing. Who knows if some of cov-19 are hiding in between flu patients ?

  • Reply Rick February 27, 2020 at 5:53 am

    What I heard on the radio this evening convinced me that COVID-19 is about to explode: a person in Northern California who didn’t travel overseas, had no known contact with infected people became infected. This person was infected by third or 4th person contact… meaning that the infection in America is more rampant than we know.

  • Reply 1Me February 27, 2020 at 5:54 am

    Crem woooo.

  • Reply Greg Hall February 27, 2020 at 5:56 am

    The corona virus is beyond containment. Pandemic status is a bad strategy, it would
    shut down supply and services. Which would have a bigger body count than the
    virus. Treat it like a bad flue, we are all going to get it. Or already have
    it. Carry on as normal and we will get through. Use antiviral drugs or herb’s,
    treat yourself as you would with the flue. Only the very sick should be hospitalized.
    There are not enough Bio containment beds for this outbreak. Panic won’t help. Supply,
    Eg., means fuel. Everything in your supermarket has a fossil fuel element to it.

  • Reply Christopher Jeckl February 27, 2020 at 5:59 am

    As Coronavirus spreads I would like to know more about the topic how to protect. There is a big discission if N95/ffp3 maskes protect or not. Our hospital does not provide protection gear as they say washing hands is the only protection.

  • Reply Linda Gill February 27, 2020 at 5:59 am

    Australia just enacted it's Pandemic response plan.

  • Reply EASY QUAKE INSURANCE February 27, 2020 at 6:00 am

    Be Prepared for anything!

  • Reply Tom Tapp February 27, 2020 at 6:02 am

    Numbers mean nothing
    Can’t trust it
    Epidemic or pandemic?
    What’s the real difference?
    National health commission or who all the same bs

  • Reply I AM HUMAN February 27, 2020 at 6:05 am

    i was wondering..if there is no cures for the common cold..or sars..or mers…how could they make one for this virus?? its in the same family how can they make a vaccine?? dont you have to shed a virus..and take anti biotics for bacterias?? they wont work on virus–right?? i have i am concerned on what exactly to do or take or have on hand to expel and lung mucus..they say thats whats killing people..they drown on the lung fluids…and how does a person get more oxygen into the bloodstream..thank you…wondering if hiv/malaria drugs would be of help..combinations of??

  • Reply Mark Williams February 27, 2020 at 6:11 am

    Wow u talk slowly

  • Reply Derek Dieter February 27, 2020 at 6:12 am

    Forget about the markets. Can
    we stop quantifying human suffering by the dollars it costs?

  • Reply mark warling February 27, 2020 at 6:15 am

    Good video be prepared godbless

  • Reply awsumm me February 27, 2020 at 6:16 am

    According to Trump we are ready and well prepared for this.

  • Reply Rik K February 27, 2020 at 6:16 am

    CA has it, unknown origins…really? We all know the origins. Should have locked down earlier. Hopefully it doesn't get worse in the US. Then it's triage. Everyone take care and stay healthy.

  • Reply Frank Vlog February 27, 2020 at 6:18 am

    keep safe everyone

  • Reply E W February 27, 2020 at 6:18 am

    I thank you sincerely for keeping us updated, I have been referring friends and family to your videos. I really appreciate how dedicated you are to this and keeping us informed. Excellent videos.

  • Reply Danni Beavers February 27, 2020 at 6:22 am

    Do you think N-acetylcysteine would be helpful to combat lung infiltration and inflammation?

  • Reply Rex R.P. February 27, 2020 at 6:26 am

    we're all screwed people

  • Reply Crypto Dream February 27, 2020 at 6:26 am

    Vaccine = First phase test, a few patients, wait 6 months watching for secondary effects. Second phase, thousands of patients, wait 6 months watching for secondary effects. Third phase, more test, research and development, 6 months. So, the vaccines will be ready in 18 months minimal. I dont see you explaining that, are you prioritizing your savings than sharing factual information? Not cool.

  • Reply Snap February 27, 2020 at 6:30 am

    Thank you for the daily updates!!! I’m a registered nurse and would love to keep my family, friends, patients, and coworkers updated.

  • Reply Georgi Georgiev February 27, 2020 at 6:30 am

    How would constant trace of alcohol in the blood affect catching corona virus?

  • Reply Marshall T. February 27, 2020 at 6:31 am

    Dr thank you for these videos… May God Bless you and all medical people working to stop this virus and all the angels of mercy who are working for the good of humanity

  • Reply Chris Cone February 27, 2020 at 6:31 am

    Dr. Anthony Fauci, the National Institutes of Health's infectious disease chief, told CNN on Wednesday that the first clinical trials for a possible coronavirus vaccine could begin in one to two months. He said a vaccine is a year to a year-and-a-half away

  • Reply Wu-Flu is coming 4 You February 27, 2020 at 6:40 am

    inject you with Corona RNA what could possibly go wrong

  • Reply Logan 5 February 27, 2020 at 6:42 am

    Don’t care anymore.
    I tried warning family, friends and colleagues weeks ago… they didn’t want to know.
    F*ck ‘em all.
    I’m done. I’m out.
    Gonna sit back and watch the world burn.
    Humanity is finished. We blew it.
    Hubris, ignorance and wanton stupidity.
    It’s time for another species to rise up.

  • Reply R Smith February 27, 2020 at 6:45 am


  • Reply Satanen Perkele February 27, 2020 at 6:45 am

    Sweden Gothenburg has got its 1st Coronavirus patient today.

  • Reply Soulblight February 27, 2020 at 6:46 am

    No mention of the Brazilian case? The first one in South america.

  • Reply Ben Burton February 27, 2020 at 6:46 am


  • Reply Loui Steven February 27, 2020 at 6:48 am

    But isn't it true that even if a vaccine is ready for human trials in 6 weeks it could still take months for it to be widely and safely used? Kinda important to mention this I guess.

  • Reply Bart Tare February 27, 2020 at 6:49 am

    I thought the Enlightenment was supposed to improve everything, you know, reason over superstition, science over religion, talking over fighting, yada-yada-yada. But then … Why is everyday the Apocalypse five hundred years after the Enlightenment began? I think we need a new ethical/mythological system to deal with our current world. I do not think Enlightenment is working anymore.

  • Reply Kawaii Shinigami February 27, 2020 at 6:50 am

    You forgot to say that Greece had its first case of corona virus yesterday

  • Reply FIST OF BROLY February 27, 2020 at 6:50 am

    An unknown origin case to a person who has not traveled in Northern California was reported today, sounds interesting. My opinion is that the virus is air born and unavoidable at this point just hope your immune system is strong enough to not only fight it but adapt to the virus

  • Reply N Neichan February 27, 2020 at 6:51 am

    Any prediction on if the warm weather will actually make a difference?

  • Reply Philip Hodges February 27, 2020 at 6:54 am

    Which warmer countries have seen a growth? You can't count Middle East as they are imported from cold Iran. Japan and South Korea are cold. Singapore has 93 cases mostly imported. South East Asia has 52 active cases in a population of 650 million. Please someone do the maths…

  • Reply Stop Feminism February 27, 2020 at 6:54 am

    If you don’t live in an area plagued by the coronavirus should you still be worried? Because I don’t believe we should start preparing bunkers and canned food but clearly some people are so should we? Finally, how should we go about traveling by plane? I know it’s highly risky to travel just as has been shown with the cruise, but how dangerous is it to travel to less infected areas? It’s be great if some could answer some of the questions thanks!

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  • Reply Luke Robbins February 27, 2020 at 7:04 am

    Stock market in the US has dropped twice by the mere mention of a possibility of a pandemic. What's gunna happen if it is declared to be a full pandemic emergency?

    ..idk but I'm stocking up on emergency supplies just in case

  • Reply K Kartik February 27, 2020 at 7:04 am

    Sir I am always wated for your video , you include every thing , thanks for this .
    Lots of love from India.

  • Reply dilore1 February 27, 2020 at 7:24 am

    DNA vaccine is more dangerous than monoclonale antibodies and will be as ineffective. IMHO.

  • Reply MajidulHaq . MajidulHaq . February 27, 2020 at 7:26 am

    Nice analysis covering all aspects of Covid 19 , let me share with you information about Covid 19 in Pakistan where 2 people tested positive of CoronaVirus both of whom travelled recently to Iran.

  • Reply Kultur Patruljen February 27, 2020 at 7:28 am

    First COV19 case in Denmark…

  • Reply A B February 27, 2020 at 7:34 am

    Just getting over a pretty bad cold/fever with a bad sore throat and cough. Haven’t had a sickness like this for awhile and it has affected a lot of ppl I know around my area. Going out on a limb, but we aren’t even really testing for it. I didn’t go to the doctors but my family did and they simply stated it was a very contagious cold/fever that targeted the respiratory system for 7-10 days recovery time. Did they have legit testing kits for the virus at the clinic? I highly doubt it, so I wouldn’t be surprised if it is already in full scale spread already.

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