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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK,

    ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> スティーブンおかえりなさい。

  • EVERYBODY.

    すべての人に。

  • LET'S SAY HELLO TO OUR FRIEND MR. JON BATISTE.

    私たちの友人であるMR.JON BATISTE

  • JON, CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS DAY?

    JON, CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS DAY?

  • >> Jon: WOW.

    >> ジョン。WOW.

  • WE ARE REALLY SEEING AN UNPRECEDENTED TIME.

    WE ARE REALLY SEEING AN UNPRECEDENTED TIME.

  • 2020 IS TAKING THE CAKE.

    2020年はケーキを持っていく

  • I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE.

    I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE.

  • >> Stephen: JON, WILL YOU JOIN ME IN SAYING A PRAYER FOR THE

    >> Stephen: JON, WILL YOU JOIN ME IN A PRAYERING FOR THE THE THE PRAYERING FOR THE THE WORLD.

  • PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE FIRST LADY?

    アメリカ合衆国大統領と最初の女性?

  • >> Jon: OH, ABSOLUTELY.

    >>ジョン。ああ、絶対に。

  • PRAY FOR THEIR HEALTH AND HOPE THEY OVERCOME THIS.

    彼らの健康を祈り、これを乗り越えられるように願っています。

  • >> Stephen: RIGHT.

    >> スティーブンRight.

  • BECAUSE REGARDLESS HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT DONALD TRUMP-- AND I HAVE

    あなたがドナルド・トランプをどう思っているかに関係なく...

  • NOT BEEN VAGUE ABOUT THAT-- IT'S IMPORTANT TO SEE THE HUMANITY OF

    NOT BEEN VAGUE ABOUT THAT-- IT'S IMPORTANT TO SEE THE HUMANITY OF

  • THIS MOMENT AND HOW IMPORTANT IT IS FOR OUR COUNTRY FOR THE

    今この瞬間、そしてそれが私たちの国にとってどれほど重要であるか。

  • PRESIDENT TO BE HEALTHY.

    PRESIDENT TO BE HEALTHY.

  • >> Jon: ABSOLUTELY.

    >> ジョン絶対に。

  • SUFFERING IS THE GREAT EQUALIZER, AND THE RAMIFICATIONS

    苦しみは偉大な平等化者であり、その揺らぎは

  • OF THIS ARE MAJOR SO WE PRAY FOR THE BEST.

    OF THIS ARE MAJOR SO WE PRAY FOR THE BEST.

  • >> Stephen: JON BATISTE, EVERYBODY.

    >> スティーブンジョン・バティステ、エブリバディ

  • THANK YOU, JON.

    THANK YOU, JON.

  • >> Jon: ABSOLUTELY, THANK YOU, STEPHEN.

    >> ジョン絶対に、ありがとうございます。

  • >> Stephen: MY FIRST GUEST TONIGHT IS A PROFESSOR OF

    >> スティーブン今夜の最初のゲストは 教授です

  • MEDICINE AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, A PHYSICIAN AT N.Y.U. LANGONE,

    ニューヨーク大学での医学、ニューヨーク大学での物理学者。

  • AND THE CHIEF MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT FOR CBS NEWS.

    そしてCBSニュースの主任医療特派員。

  • HERE TO BREAK DOWN THE LATEST NEWS OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE,

    HERE TO BREAK DOWN THE LATEST NEWS OUT OF THE WHITE HOUSE,

  • PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW," DR. JON LAPOOK.

    ジョン・ラプーク博士の レイトショーにお帰りください

  • DR. LaPOOK, THANKS FOR BEING HERE TODAY.

    DR.ラポール、今日は来てくれてありがとう。

  • I KNOW HOW BUSY YOU MUST BE.

    I KNOW HOW BUSY YOU MUST BE.

  • >> I'M HAPPY TO BE HERE, TEACHEN.

    >> >>I'M HAPPY TO BE HERE, TEACHEN.

  • THANK YOU FOR INVITING ME.

    THANK YOU FOR INVITING ME.

  • >> Stephen: WELL, IT IS-- IT IS TRULY TROUBLING TO SEE THE

    >> スティーブンそれは...本当に困ったことに

  • PRESIDENT TAKEN OFF TO THE HOSPITAL.

    PRESIDENT TAKEN OFF TO THE HOSPITAL.

  • >> WHAT A SOBERING MOMENT IN TIME, STEPHEN.

    >> >>「時の中の哀しい瞬間とは、ステファン」

  • IT REALLY IS.

    本当にそうです。

  • AND IT-- AND IT WAS UPSETTING TO SEE THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED

    それは... そして、それは... そして、それはアメリカ合衆国の大統領を見て動揺しました。

  • STATES WITH COVID-19, AND ESPECIALLY, YOU KNOW, I WAS IN

    コビド19のある州、そして特に、あなたが知っているように、私はそこにいました。

  • THE COVID WARDS IN APRIL AT N.Y.U. LANGONE, WHERE I'M A

    4月にニューヨーク大学ランゴーン校で開催される COVID WARDSに参加しました

  • PROFESSOR, AND I KNOW THAT PEOPLE CAN THE FIRST WEEK, THEY

    PROFESSOR, AND I KNOW THAT PEOPLE CAN THE FIRST WEEK, THEY

  • CAN BE QUITE STABLE, BUT THEN IN THAT SECOND WEEK, THEY CAN TAKE

    非常に安定していることができますが、その2週間目には、彼らは取ることができます。

  • A TURN FOR THE WORSE.

    A TURN FOR THE WORSE.

  • AND I SUSPECT THAT'S WHY THEY WANT HIM UNDER CLOSE OBSERVATION

    だから彼を監視下に置くことを 求めているのではないかと思っている

  • AT THE MEDICAL CENTER THERE.

    AT THE MEDICAL CENTER THERE.

  • >> Stephen: WELL, OBVIOUSLY, WE'RE HOPING FOR THE PRESIDENT

    >> スティーブン: まあ、明らかに、我々は大統領に期待しています。

  • AND THE FIRST LADY TO FULLY RECOVER.

    AND THE FIRST LADY TO FULLY RECOVER.

  • NOW THAT HE IS AT WALTER REED, WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE

    彼がウォルターリードにいる今、私たちは彼について何を知っているのでしょうか?

  • SEVERITY OF HIS CONDITION, IN ANYTHING?

    SEVERITY OF HIS CONDITION, IN ANYTHING?

  • >> YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW, WE'VE HEARD THAT, YOU KNOW, HE HAS

    >> YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW, WE'VE HEARD THAT, YOU KNOW, HE HAS

  • SOME MILD SYMPTOMS AND A LOW-GRADE FEVER.

    軽い症状と低悪性度の発熱。

  • WE DON'T KNOW WHAT A LOW-GRADE FEVER IS, EXACTLY.

    低悪性度の発熱が何なのか、正確には知らない。

  • >> Stephen: THAT WAS MY FIRST QUESTION.

    >> スティーブンそれが最初の質問でした。

  • WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO HAVE A LOW-GRADE FEVER?

    低悪性度の発熱があるとはどういうことか?

  • >> YOU KNOW, RIGHT, WE KNOW FEVER, COUGH, THE DANGEROUS ONE

    >> YOU KNOW, RIGHT, WE KNOW FEVER, COUGH, THE DANGEROUS ONE

  • IS SHORTNESS OF BREATH.

    IS SHORTNESS OF BREATH.

  • BUT WE SAW HIM FOR A FEW SECONDS TALKING.

    でも、私たちは少しの間、彼が話しているのを見ました。

  • HE GAVE A TWEET, A VIDEO TWEET, AND HE LOOKED TO ME LIKE HE DID

    彼はツイッターとビデオのツイッターをして私を見たように見ていた

  • NOT HAVE SHORTNESS OF BREATH, LIKE HE DID NOT HAVE LABORED

    NOT HAVE SHORTNESS OF BREATH, LIKE HE DID NOT HAVE LABORED

  • BREATHING AND HE WALKED UP THE STAIRTO THE HELICOPTER AND HE

    BREATHING AND HE WALKED UP THE STAIRTO THE HELICOPTER AND HE

  • GAVE THE BAN STERK THE RAIL, ABOUT THREE QUICK TAPS.

    GAVE THE BAN STERK THE RAIL, ABOUT THREE QUICK TAPS.

  • THAT WAS SORT OF A GOOD SIGN.

    それは良い兆候だったわ

  • BUT, YOU KNOW, HE IS OVER 60-- RIGHT, HE'S 74, WHICH IS A RISK

    でも 彼は60歳以上で... そう 74歳なんだ 危険だよ

  • FACTOR.

    FACTOR.

  • HE'S OBESE, TECHNICALLY, BY THE LAST NUMBERS WE HAVE.

    彼は技術的には肥満なんだ最後の数字でね

  • AND IN THE UNITED STATES MORTALITY FROM COVID-19, PEOPLE

    米国ではCOVID-19からの死亡率、人々

  • OVER THE AGE OF 65, IS 15%, 1, 5, PERCENT.

    65歳以上は15%、1、5、PERCENTです。

  • THE ODDS ARE STATISTICALLY THAT HE SHOULD GET BETTER, ESPECIALLY

    THE ODDS ARE STATISTICALLY THAT HE SHOULD GET BETTER, ESPECIALLY

  • HE'S UNDER SUCH CLOSE OBSERVATION AND CARE.

    厳重な監視とケアを受けています

  • BUT THE ONE THING THAT'S PREDICTABLE ABOUT CORONAVIRUS IS

    でもコロナウイルスについて 予測可能なのは

  • THAT IT'S UNPREDICTABLE.

    それは予測不可能だ

  • >> Stephen: THE PRESIDENTA PHYSICIAN SAID HE RECEIVED

    >> スティーブン: THE PRESIDENTA PHYSICIAN SAID HE RECEIVED.

  • SOMETHING CALLED A POLYCLONAL ANTIBODY COCKTAIL TREATMENT.

    ポリ塩化アンチボディ・カクテル療法と呼ばれるもの。

  • WHAT IS THAT FOR THE LAY MAN?

    WHAT IS THAT FOR THE LAY MAN?

  • >> I THINK THIS WAS A MISSTATEMENT.

    >> これは間違いだと思います。

  • IT'S MONCLONAL ANTIBODY.

    モンクロナル・アンチボディです。

  • AND YOU I TALKED LAST TIME ABOUT ANTIBODIES, IF SOMEBODY HAS AN

    前回、反骨董品の話をしましたが、もし誰かが反骨董品を持っているならば、

  • INFECTION THEY HAVE ALL OF THESE ANTIBODIES IN THEIR BLOOD

    感染症 彼らは血の中にこれらの反抗体のすべてを持っています。

  • STREAM, AND THAT'S CALLED CONVALESCENT PLASMA.

    ストリーム、それは対流プラズマと呼ばれています。

  • IN THE THERE IS DIFFERENT ANTIBODIES THAT DON'T ATTACK

    攻撃しない抗生物質の違いで

  • THAT WAY TO OTHER THINGS, OTHER ORGANISMS IN YOUR BODY.

    体内の他のものや組織への道だ

  • THE MONCLANL ANTIBODY IS AN EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT.

    モンクラン抗生物質は実験的な治療法です。

  • I SHOULD SAY THAT.

    I SHOULD SAY THAT.

  • IT HAS NOT BEEN PROVEN TO BE SAFE.

    安全であることは証明されていません。

  • IT IS A TECHNOLOGICAL TOUR DE FORCE IN THE LAB.

    研究室の中では、ITはTECHNOLOGICAL TOUR DE FORCEです。

  • THEY MAKE ANTIBODIES DIRECTLY SOLELY TO THE CORONAVIRUS, THE

    彼らはコロナウイルスに直接単独で反物を作ります

  • CROWN, IT JUST ATTACHES TO THAT PART OF THE CROWN WHICH IS

    クラウン、それはクラウンのその部分にくっついているだけです。

  • NECESSARY FOR THE VIRUS TO ATTACK YOU.

    NECESSARY FOR THE VIRUS TO ATTACK YOU.

  • IT'S A VERY SPECIFIC TREATMENT.

    非常に特殊な治療法です。

  • THERE IS SOME PRELIMINARY DATA THAT IT DOES LOOK LIKE IT'S

    そのように見える初期データがあります

  • SAFE.

    SAFE.

  • IT MIGHT BE EFFECTIVE.

    IT MIGHT BE EFFECTIVE.

  • BUT, AGAIN, WE DON'T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT HIS CONDITION TO KNOW WHAT

    BUT, AGAIN, WE DON'T KNOW ENOUGH ABOUT HIS CONDITION TO KNOW WHAT

  • WAS THE RISK-BENEFIT DECISION THERE?

    リスクとベネフィットの判断はあったのか?

  • WHY DID THEY MAKE THAT DECISION?

    なぜ彼らはその決断をしたのか?

  • WAS IT-- QUOTE, UNQUOTE-- AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION.

    WAS IT-- QUOTE, UNQUOTE-- AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION.

  • IT'S AN EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT.

    それは経験的な治療法です。

  • WE DO NEED TO HAVE MORE TRANSPARENCY, I THINK.

    もっと透明性が必要だと思います。

  • >> Stephen: WE HAVE SO LITTLE TRANSPARENCY ABOUT THE

    >> スティーブン私たちには、この世界についての情報がほとんどありません。

  • PRESIDENT'S HEALTH IN GENERAL, DON'T WE?

    PRESIDENT'S HEALTH IN GENERAL, DON'T WE?

  • WE KNOW HE WENT TO WALTER REED WAS IT 2018 OR EARLY '19?

    彼がウォルター・リードに行ったのは 2018年か19年初頭か?

  • >> YOU KNOW, LAST YEAR.

    >> YOU KNOW, LAST YEAR.

  • >> Stephen: LAST YEAR, WHO WE STILL HAVEN'T GOTTEN A REALLY

    >> スティーブン去年、私たちはまだ本当に誰を得ていない。

  • GOOD ANSWER AS TO WHY THAT HAPPENED.

    なぜこんなことになったのか、良い答えが出た。

  • DO WE AT THIS MOMENT KNOW WHAT THE PRESIDENT'S COMORBIDITIES

    現時点では、大統領の株式相場は把握しているのでしょうか?

  • MAY BE?

    MAY BE?

  • >> YOU KNOW, WE DON'T KNOW EVERYTHING FOR SURE.

    >> お前は知っているだろうが、俺たちは何もかも知っているわけではない。

  • AND THIS-- YOU KNOW, THIS BRINGS UP THE WHOLE POINT OF

    そして、これは...これは、あなたが知っている、これは、全体のポイントを提起します。

  • TRANSPARENCY.

    トランスパレンシー

  • ONE OF THE VERY FIRST RULES OF PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS MANAGEMENT,

    公衆衛生危機管理の最初の規則の一つ。

  • STEPHEN IS TO BE TRANSPARENT TO, JUST TELL THE TRUTH, THE WHOLE

    スティーブンは、真実を伝えるために、真実を、全体を伝えるために、心を通わせることです。

  • TRUTH, AND NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH.

    真実であり、真実以外の何物でもない。

  • AND PARADOXICALLY, IF YOU'RE HONEST WITH PEOPLE, IF YOU LEVEL

    AND PARADOXICALLY, IF YOU'RE HONEST WITH PEOPLE, IF YOU LEVEL

  • WITH THEM, AND THEY KNOW THAT YOU'RE LEVELING WITH THEM, EVEN

    WITH THEM, AND THEY KNOW THAT YOU'RE LEVELING WITH THEM, EVEN

  • IF THE NEWS IS WORRISOME, THE WHOLE PROCESS IS IN AND OF

    IF THE NEWS IS WORRISOME, THE WHOLE PROCESS IS IN AND OF

  • ITSELF REASSURING.

    自分自身を再確認すること。

  • SO YOU JUST GOT TO JUST TELL THE-- TELL IT AS IT IS.

    だから、ありのままを言うしかないんだ。

  • PEOPLE ARE GROWN-UPS IN THE UNITED STATES-- WELL, A LOT OF

    アメリカでは、多くの人が成長しています。

  • PEOPLE ARE.

    PEOPLE ARE.

  • ( LAUGHS ) ESPECIALLY THE GROWN-UPS.

    ( LAUGHS ) ESPECIALLY THE GROWN-UPS.

  • BUT I THINK YOU GOTTA BE HONEST WITH PEOPLE AND JUST TELL THEM

    BUT I THINK YOU GOTTA BE HONEST WITH PEOPLE AND JUST TELL THEM

  • THE FACT S.

    THE FACT S.

  • >> Stephen: WELL, THE DEBATE ON TUESDAY WAS AT CASE WESTERN

    >> 火曜の討論はケース・ウエスタンで行われました。

  • AND CLEVELAND CLINIC.

    CLEVELAND CLINIC.

  • AND THE CLEVELAND OFFICIALS SAY THAT THEY'RE PRESENTLY AWARE OF

    AND THE CLEVELAND OFFICIALS SAY THAT THEY'RE PRESENTLY AWARE OF

  • 11 POSITIVE CASES RELATED TO THE SETUP AND PLANNING OF TUESDAY'S

    火曜日のセットアップと計画に関連した11のポジティブケース

  • DEBATE.

    DEBATE.

  • BIDEN, AND DR. BIDEN, JILL BIDEN, TESTED NEGATIVE TODAY.

    BIDENとDR.バイデン、ジル・バイデン、今日、陰性をテストしました

  • ARE THEY IN THE CLEAR?

    ARE THEY IN THE CLEAR?

  • STLOO A CHANCE WE JUST DON'T KNOW YET?

    STLOO A CHANCE WE JUST DON'TOW YET?

  • >> I LOVE THAT QUESTION.

    >> I LOVE THAT QUESTION.

  • THE QUICK ANSWER IS THEY ARE NOT IN THE CLEAR YET.

    THE QUICK ANSWER IS THEY ARE NOT IN THE CLEAR YET.

  • WE DON'T KNOW YET.

    まだ知らないんだ

  • AND REMEMBER LAST TIME WE SPENT ALL THAT TIME EXPLAINING THE

    前回のことを思い出してください、私たちはすべての時間を費やして説明しました。

  • BIGGEST MISCONCEPTION IN THE PANDEMIC IN MY EXPERIENCE IS THE

    私の経験上、パンデミックにおける最大のミスコンセプションは

  • 2- TO 14-DAY INCUBATION PERIOD AND IT'S VERY, VERY, VERY

    2- TO 14-DAY INCUBATION PERIOD AND IT'S VERY, VERY, VERY

  • RELEVANT RIGHT HERE.

    RELEVANT RIGHT HERE.

  • LET'S GO OVER IT AGAIN.

    もう一度話し合おう

  • IF I GET INFECTED TODAY-- INFECTED-- I CAN BE INFECTIOUS,

    もし今日感染したら...感染したら...感染したら...感染したら...

  • ABLE TO INFECT SOMEBODY ELSE ANYWHERE FROM 2-14 DAYS LATER.

    2-14日後からどこでも他の誰かに 感染させることができる

  • THAT MEANS I COULD GET TESTED DAY THREE BE NEGATIVE, DAY FOUR,

    THAT MEANS I COULD GET TESTED DAY THREE BE NEGATIVE, DAY FOUR,

  • BE NEGATIVE, ANYWHERE UP TO DAY 14, AND AT ANY MOMENT I COULD GO

    14日目まではどこにいても否定的で、いつでも行ける。

  • FROM TESTING NEGATIVE TO TESTING POSITIVE AND THEN INFECTING

    ネガティブなテストからポジティブなテストへ、そしてそれが影響を及ぼす

  • SOMEBODY ELSE, EVEN WITHOUT SYMPTOPS.

    他の誰かが、たとえシンポを持っていなくても。

  • THAT'S WHY IT'S SO IMPORTANT ANYBODY IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH

    THAT'S WHY IT'S SO IMPORTANT ANYBODY IN CLOSE CONTACT WITH

  • ANYBODY WHO IS INFECTED THAT THEY GET TESTED TO SEE IF THEY

    感染している人は誰でも、自分が感染しているかどうかを調べるために検査を受けます。

  • MAY BE SPREAD IT TO SOMEBODY ELSE AND THAT THEY GO INTO

    誰か他の人に広めてもいいし、彼らが入ってもいい。

  • QUARANTINE.

    QUARANTINE.

  • >> Stephen: SO THE QUARANTINE, WOULD THAT INCLUDE THE PEOPLE

    >> スティーブン: クオランタインは、それは人々を含むのでしょうか?

  • THAT HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT NOT ONLY WITH HOPE HICKS BUT THE

    THAT HAVE BEEN IN CONTACT NOT ONLY WITH HOPE HICKS BUT THE

  • PRESIDENT LAST NEW DAYS-- MIKE PENCE, BILL BARR, ALEX AZAR,

    PRESIDENT LAST NEW DAYS MIKE PENCE BILL BARR ALEX AZAR.

  • KAYLEIGH McENANY.

    ケイリー・マケナニー

  • SHOULD THEY BE IN QUARANTINE RIGHT NOW, REGARDLESS OF THEIR

    SHOULD THEY BE IN QUARANTINE RIGHT NOW, REGARDLESS OF THEIR

  • TESTS?

    TESTS?

  • >> YOU KNOW, IT DEPEND WHETHER THEY WERE FELT TO BE IN CLOSE

    >> 密着していると思われていたかどうかによる

  • CONTACT, AND THAT'S UP FOR SORT OF A LITTLE BIT OF JUDGMENT

    連絡を取り合って、それでちょっとした判断をすることになります。

  • CALL.

    CALL.

  • SUPPOSEDLY IT MEANS WITHIN SEX FEET FOR 15 MINUTES.

    それは15分以内にセックスすることを意味します。

  • THERE'S NO STRICT RULE ABOUT THAT.

    厳密な規則はないわ

  • BUT IF THEY WERE IN CLOSE CONTACT, THEN THEY REALLY SHOULD

    BUT IF THEY WERE IN CLOSE CONTACT, THEN THEY REALLY SHOULD

  • BE TESTED TO SEE IF THEY-- THEY COULD POTENTIALLY BE INFECTING

    感染する可能性があるかどうかテストしてみてください

  • SOMEBODY ELSE, AND THEN THEY SHOULD GO INTO QUARANTINE.

    誰か他の誰かが、そして、彼らはクオランタインに入るべきです。

  • THERE'S CONFUSION ABOUT THE TERMS.

    THERE'S CONFUSION ABOUT THE TERMS.

  • IF YOU'RE INFECTED YOU GO INTO ISOLATION.

    IF YOU'RE INFECTED YOU GO INTO ISOLATION.

  • IF YOU ARE EXPOSED TO SOMEBODY WHO IS INFECTED, YOU GO INTO

    IF YOU ARE EXPOSED TO SOMEBODY WHO IS INFECTED, YOU GO INTO

  • QUARANTINE.

    QUARANTINE.

  • >> Stephen: OKAY, OKAY.

    >> スティーブンわかった、わかった。

  • AS A DOCTOR, I'M SURE YOU'VE HAD A LOT OF PATIENT OVERS THE YEARS

    医者として多くの患者さんがいたでしょう?

  • WHO DO NOT TAKE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS.

    誰があなたの指示を聞かないの?

  • >> A COUPLE.

    >> couppleです。

  • >> Stephen: AND-- AND A LOT OF AMERICANS AREN'T TAKING MASKS OR

    >> Stephen: and -- AND -- AND A LOT OF AMERICANS AREN'T TAKING MASKS OR.

  • SOCIAL DISTANCING SERIOUSLY.

    SOCIAL DISTANCING SERIOUSLY.

  • DO YOU THINK THAT THIS MIGHT BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEPOLITICIZE

    DO YOU THINK THAT THIS MIGHT BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO DEPOLITICIZE

  • THE TEACHING OVER HOW TO KEEP COVID FROM SPREADING HERE, TO

    COVIDがここで拡散しないようにする方法を教えています。

  • TAKE MASKS AWAY FROM LEFT-RIGHT, REPUBLICAN-DEMOCRAT, AND JUST

    左翼、右翼、共和党、民主党からマスクを奪う。

  • MAKE IT THE RIGHT PRESCRIPTION?

    MAKE IT THE RIGHT PRESCRIPTION?

  • >> YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW, STEPHEN, I DO THINK IT'S A POTENTIAL

    >> 知ってるだろうが知ってるだろうが 俺は可能性があると思っている

  • TEACHING MOMENT.

    ティーチングモーメント。

  • CLEARLY, MASKS AND-- WHETHER YOU WEAR THEM OR NOT-- HAS BEEN

    CLEARLY, MASKS AND-- WHETHER YOU WEAR THEM OR NOT-- HAS BEEN

  • POLITICIZED FOR WHATEVER REASON.

    POLITICIZED FOR WHATEVER REASON.

  • IT'S VERY CLEAR THAT WE'VE HAD MIXED MESSAGES ON IT.

    メッセージが混ざっていたのは 明らかです

  • IT'S ALSO VERY CLEAR THAT MASKS ARE PART OF THE ARMAMENTITARIUM

    マスクが武装勢力の一部であることは、非常に明確です。

  • TO HELP PROTECT US.

    私たちを守るために

  • NOTHING IS 100%.

    何も100%ではありません。

  • YOU WEAR MASKS.

    YOU WEAR MASKS.

  • YOU WASH YOUR HANDS.

    YOU WASH YOUR HANDS.

  • YOU HAVE THE PHYSICAL DISTANCING.

    YOU HAVE THE PHYSICAL DISTANCING.

  • YOU TRY TO BE IN A PLACE WHERE THERE ARE NOT THAT MANY DENSE

    YOU TRY TO BE IN A PLACE WHERE THERE ARE NOT THAT MANY DENSE

  • PEOPLE.

    PEOPLE.

  • OTDOORS IS SAFER THAN INDOORED DOORS.

    OTDOORSは屋内ドアよりも安全です。

  • IF YOU'RE INDOORS, OPEN A WINDOW, HAVE BETTER VENTILATION,

    IF YOU'RE INDOORS, OPEN A WINDOW, HAVE BETTER VENTILATION,

  • MAYBE AN AIR PURIFIER.

    空気清浄機でも良いかもしれません。

  • ALL OF THESE THINGS WORK IN CONCERT TOGETHER.

    これらすべてのものは、一緒にコンサートで動作します。

  • NOT ONE THING-- EVEN THE VACCINE WHEN IT COMES IS NOT GOING TO BE

    一つだけ...ワクチンでも、来る時には、そうではない。

  • 100% EFFECTIVE, SO YOU HAVE TO DO ALL OF THESE THINGS TOGETHER.

    100% EFFECTIVE, SO YOU HAVE TO DO ALL OF THESE THINGS TOGETHER.

  • >> Stephen: DOCTOR, WE HAVE TO TAKE A QUICK BREAK.

    >> スティーブン先生、ちょっと休憩しないと

  • STICK AROUND EVERYBODY, WHEN WE COME BACK, I WILL ASK

    みんなの周りにいてくれ 戻ってきたら聞いてみるよ

  • DR. LaPOOK ABOUT WHETHER THE PRESIDENT SHOULD DO THE NEXT

    DR.ラポック大統領は次の行動をすべきかについて

  • DEBATE.

    DEBATE.

  • STICK AROUND.

    回り込んで

♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: WELCOME BACK,

♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> スティーブンおかえりなさい。

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"A Potential Teaching Moment" - Dr. LaPook Reacts to President Trump's Covid-19 Diagnosis (トランプ大統領のコビド19診断) ("A Potential Teaching Moment" - Dr. LaPook Reacts To President Trump's Covid-19 Diagnosis)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2020 年 10 月 23 日
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