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  • leaving you.

  • We have 47 cases and eight deaths as a five this afternoon.

  • It's a weekend.

  • These numbers might be low.

  • People are staying home for a couple of days, see if they get any better.

  • So at this point, I think we have to believe this is respiratory, maybe fall mites to What's that for?

  • Mites?

  • Uh, it refers to transmission from surfaces.

  • The average person touches their face two or 3000 times a day, two or 3000 times a day, 3 to 5 times every waking minute.

  • In between.

  • We're touching door knobs, water fountains, elevator buttons and each other.

  • Those things become full nights.

  • Is this something we wanna release?

  • The press, Respiratory in for Mike?

  • And how's the public gonna react to that?

  • Hard to say, A plastic shark in a movie will keep people from getting in the ocean.

  • But a warning on the side of a pack of cigarettes.

  • We're gonna need to walk the government through this before we start to freak everybody out.

  • I mean, we can't even tell people right now what they should be afraid of.

  • We tried that with swine flu and all we did was get healthy people scared.

  • It's the biggest shopping weekend of the year.

  • I think we need to consider closing schools down and who stays home with the kids, People that work at stores, government workers, people that work at hospitals.

  • When will we know what this is?

  • What causes it, what cures it?

  • Things that keep people calm?

  • What we need to determine is this.

  • For every person who got sick, how many other people are they likely to infect?

  • So for seasonal flu, that's usually about one smallpox.

  • On the other hand, it's over three.

  • Now.

  • Before we had a vaccine, polio spread it a rate between four and six.

  • Now wait.

  • Call that number.

  • They are not R stands for the reproductive rate of the virus.

  • Any ideas?

  • What that might be for this?

  • How fast it multiplies depends on a variety of factors.

  • The incubation period, how long a person is contagious.

  • Sometimes people can be contagious without even having symptoms.

  • We need to know that, too, and we need to know how big the population of people susceptible to the virus might be.

  • So far, that appears to be everyone with hands, a mouth and a nose once we know they are not, will be able to get a handle on the scale of the epidemic.

  • So it's an epidemic now.

  • An epidemic of what?

  • We send samples to the CDC in 72 hours.

  • We'll know what it is for.

  • Lucky.

  • Clearly, we're not lucky Way Young woman in Minnesota recently traveled to China.

  • Son also died as a warning.

  • 87 cases, 15 deaths.

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感染はどのようにして広がるのか|伝染 (How Infection Spread | Contagion)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日