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  • WELCOME BACK TO A LATE SHOW," EVERYBODY.

    "レイトショーにお帰りなさい

  • HE IS THE CHIEF MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT FOR CNN AND THE

    彼はCNNとCNNの主任医療記者です

  • HOST OF THE PODCAST "CORONAVIRUS: FACT VS. FICTION."

    ポッドキャスト「コロナウイルス」のホスト。事実VS.フィクション"

  • AND HE HAS JUST WRITTEN A NEW BOOK: "KEEP SHARP: BUILD A

    AND HE HAS JUST WRITTEN A NEW BOOK: "KEEP SHARP: BUILD A

  • BETTER BRAIN AT ANY AGE."

    "何歳になっても脳が良くなる"

  • PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW," DR. SANJAY GUPTA!

    "レイトショー "にお帰りくださいサンジェイ・グプタ!

  • SANJAY, GOOD TO SEE YOU GAIN.

    SANJAY, GOOD TO SEE YOU GAIN.

  • >> STEPHEN THANKS SO MUCH FOR HAVING ME HERE.

    >> >> STEPHEN THANKS SO MUCH FOR HAVING ME HERE.

  • >> Stephen: HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    >> スティーブンハッピィニューイヤー

  • WE HAVE NOT SEEN YOU SINCE THE FALL, THE FALL.

    WE HAVE NOT SEEN YOU SINCE THE FALL, THE FALL.

  • YOU HAVE BEEN HERE SEVERAL TIMES UNDER COVID.

    YOU HAVE BEEN HERE SEVERAL TIMES UNDER COVID.

  • YOU'RE, OBVIOUSLY, A BRAIN EXPERT.

    君は間違いなく脳の専門家だ

  • WE HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF FOOTAGE HERE OF YOUR FRIEND ANDERSON

    あなたの友人のアンダーソンの映像が少しだけあります

  • COOPER.

    クーパー

  • THIS IS FROM THE ANDERSON AND ANDY NEW YEAR'S EVE BROADCAST

    これは、アンダーソン&アンディの大晦日の放送からです。

  • THEY DID LAST WEEK.

    THEY DID LAST WEEK.

  • JIM, CAN WE SHOW THE CLIP OF THIS, PLEASE.

    ジム、このクリップを見せてくれないか?

  • >> HAVE YOU GOTTEN HIGH ON CNN?

    >> HAVE YOU GOTTEN HIGH ON CNN?

  • >> NO, BUT IN FRONT OF THE CNN BUILDING ON SUNSET BOULEVARD, I

    >> いいえ、でもサンセット・ブールバードの CNNビルの前で、私は

  • HAVE.

    HAVE.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> SNOOP, LET ME ASK YOU THIS,

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> SNOOP, LET ME ASK YOU THIS.

  • AND THEN I'M GOING TO RAP OUT OF THIS GAME: HAVE YOU GOTTEN HIGH

    AND THEN I'M GOING TO RAP OUT OF THIS GAME: HAVE YOU GOTTEN HIGH

  • AT A BRIS?

    at a bris?

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> Stephen: NOW, THAT BEHAVIOR

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> スティーブン。さあ、その行動

  • SEEMED SLIGHTLY OUT OF CHARACTER FOR ANDERSON COOPER.

    SEEMED SLIGHTLY OUT OF CHARACTER FOR ANDERSON COOPER.

  • AND ON BEHALF OF A WORRIED NATION, AS A BRAIN EXPERT,

    悩める国のために、脳の専門家として。

  • WHAT'S GOING ON WITH HIS BRAIN THERE?

    WHAT'S GOING ON WITH HIS BRAIN THERE?

  • >> UH, WELL-- WELL, CLEARLY, HIS ORBITAL FRONTAL CORTEX HAS BEEN

    >> 明らかに、彼の軌道前部コルテックスは 損傷しています

  • AFFECTED BY THIS.

    影響を受けている

  • YOU LOSE YOUR JUDGMENT.

    YOU LOSE YOUR JUDGMENT.

  • YOU LOSE YOUR INHIBITION.

    YOU LOSE YOUR INHIBITION.

  • I THINK CLEARLY HE'S LOST BOTH THERE.

    明らかに彼は両方を失ったと思う

  • THE GIGGLING, OR THE LAUGHTER THERE, PROBABLY THE SUPERIOR

    THE GIGGLING, OR THE LAUGHTER THERE, PROBABLY THE SUPERIOR

  • FRONTAL WAS AFFECTED.

    FRONTALが影響を受けました。

  • BASICALLY, THE ALCOHOL, STEPHEN, IS AFFECTING ALL THE NEURAL

    基本的には、アルコール、ステファンは、すべての神経に影響を与えています。

  • PATHWAYS IN THE BRAIN.

    脳内経路。

  • THE BRITS CALL IT BEING PISSED.

    英国人は「怒る」と言ってる

  • THE SCOTTS CALL IT PISHED, INTOXICATED, 19RIATEED, DRUNK

    スコットランドではピシュドと呼ばれています 酔っぱらい 19酔っぱらい 酔っぱらい

  • WASTED.

    WASTED.

  • BUT NEVER SLOPPY.

    しかし、決して滑りません。

  • ANDERSON COOPER IS NEVER SLOPPY.

    アンドソン・クーパーは決して緩んでいない。

  • >> Stephen: NEAT, THE SILVER SURFER OF CABLE NEWS.

    >> スティーブン: NEAT, THE SILVER SURFER OF CABLE NEWS.

  • FROM A PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVE, DOCTOR, WHICH WILL

    公衆衛生の観点から見た場合、医師は、どのようなことをするのでしょうか?

  • BE A HAPPIER NEW YEAR?

    BE A HAPPPIER NEW YEAR?

  • >> YEAH, I THINK-- I THINK, STEPHEN, IT WILL BE A HAPPIER

    >> YEAH, I THINK -- I THINK, I THINK, STEPHEN, IT WILL BE A HAPPPIER.

  • NEW YEAR.

    NEW YEAR.

  • BUT IT'S GOING TO TAKE A LITTLE BIT OF TIME TO GET THERE.

    BUT IT'S GOING TO TAKE A LITTLE BIT OF TIME TO GET THERE.

  • I MEAN, IT'S NOT GOING TO HAPPEN RIGHT AWAY.

    つまり、すぐには起こらないんだ

  • PEOPLE THOUGHT AS SOON AS THE CALENDAR YEAR TURNS, EVERYTHING

    人は、暦年が変わればすべてが変わると考えていました。

  • IS GOING TO CHANGE.

    変化していく

  • THE VIRUS DOESN'T CARE ABOUT THE CALENDAR.

    毒物はカレンダーを気にしない

  • PEOPLE ARE SORT OF IN THE STATE OF WHIPLASH, I THINK.

    人々は、一種の「ウィプラッシュ」の状態にあると思います。

  • BECAUSE THEY'RE, UNDERSTANDABLY-- AND I THINK FOR

    なぜなら、彼らは、理解しているから...そして、私は考えている。

  • GOOD REASON-- CELEBRATING THE VACCINES.

    GOOD REASON-- CELEBRATING THE VACCINES.

  • WE'RE HEARING A LOT ABOUT THAT.

    その件はよく耳にしている

  • BUT AT THE SAME TIME, I MEAN, YOU KNOW, THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE

    しかし、同時に、私は、あなたが知っている、人々の数を意味します。

  • IN THE HOSPITAL RIGHT NOW WITH COVID, THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO

    IN THE HOSPITAL RIGHT NOW WITH COVID, THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO

  • ARE DYING EVERY DAY AND BECOMING NEWLY INFECTED, I MEAN, YOU

    毎日死んでいて新たに感染している、つまり、あなたは

  • KNOW, WE KEPT TALKING ABOUT WORST-CASE SCENARIOS.

    最悪のケースの話をしていたのよ

  • AND WE WOULD ALWAYS PUT THOSE IN THE BACK OF THE NOTES BECAUSE WE

    私たちはそれを常にノートの後ろに入れていました

  • WANTED TO JUST SORT OF GIVE THE MORE MIDRANGE SORT OF

    もっとミドルレンジな感じのものにしたかった

  • LIKELIHOODS, WHY UNNECESSARILY BRING UP WORST-CASE SCENARIOS?

    LIKELIHOODS、なぜ不必要に最悪のケースのシナリオを持ち出すのか?

  • WE'RE SORT OF THERE.

    ここまで来たんだ

  • I MEAN, A PERSON IS DYING NEARLY EVERY 33 SECONDS RIGHTNOW IN

    つまり、人は今、33秒おきに死んでいます。

  • THIS COUNTRY.

    THIS COUNTRY.

  • AND I HATE TO SAY IT-- IN SOME WAYS I FEEL LIKE I HAVE FAILED

    言いたくないけど...失敗したような気がするの

  • MY JOB BECAUSE I'M A MEDICAL REPORTER IN THE MIDDLEAVE

    MY JOB BECAUSE I'M A MEDICAL REPORTER IN THE MIDDLEAVE

  • PANDEMIC, AND HERE WE ARE.

    パンデミック、ここにいる。

  • BUT WE WILL GET BETTER.

    BUT WE WILL GET BETTER.

  • I'M CONFIDENT.

    私は確信しています。

  • I'M OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THAT.

    I'M OPTIMISTIC ABOUT THAT.

  • BUT IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME WORK TO GET THERE.

    BUT IT'S GOING TO TAKE SOME WORK TO GET THERE.

  • >> Stephen: NOW, THE VACCINE ROLLOUT, I WANT TO TALK ABOUT

    >> スティーブンさて、ワクチンの暴発について話したいと思います。

  • THAT FOR A SECOND.

    ちょっと待って

  • YOU ACTUALLY WERE VACCINATED ON CAMERA.

    あなたは実際にカメラに写っていたのよ

  • DID YOU HAVE ANY REACTION TO THE SHOT YOURSELF?

    DID YOU HAVE ANY REACTION TO THE SHOT YOURSELF?

  • >> NO, I FELT PRETTY GOOD.

    >> まあ、私はとても良いと感じました。

  • I MEAN, THAT NIGHT, A FEW HOURS AFTER I GOT THE SHOT, I GOT IT

    つまり、その夜、銃を撃ってから数時間後に、撃ったんだ

  • IN MY LEFT ARM-- YOU ALWAYS GET THE SHOT IN YOUR NONDOMINANT

    IN MY LEFT ARM-- YOU ALWAYS GET THE SHOT IN YOUR NONDOMINANT

  • ARM.

    ARMです。

  • IT WAS A LITTLE SORE.

    ちょっとした痛みだった

  • I COULD STILL THROW A IF I HAD TO.

    必要があればまだ投げられる

  • I GET ANOTHER SHOT THIS FRIDAY.

    I GET ANOTHER SHOT THIS FRIDAY.

  • BUT I FELT GOOD.

    でも、いい感じだった。

  • >> Stephen: WE WERE TALKING IN THE FIRST ACT OF THE SHOW

    >> スティーブン:私たちはショーの最初のアクトで話していました。

  • TONIGHT ABOUT SOME OF THE CONCERNS ABOUT HOW THE ROLLOUT

    TONIGHT ABOUT SOME OF THE CONCERNS ABOUT HOW THE ROLLOUT

  • AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE VACCINE IS GOING.

    そして、ワクチンの配布は進んでいます。

  • ARE THOSE CONCERNS OVERBLOWN?

    ARE THOSE CONCERNS OVERBLOWN?

  • OR ARE THERE REALLY SOME REASONS TO BE DISAPPOINTED IN THE

    OR ARE THERE REALLY SOME REASONS TO BE DISAPPOINTED IN THE

  • ABILITY SO FAR TO COORDINATE THE DISTRIBUTION?

    ABILITY SO FAR TO COORDINATE THE DISTRIBUTION?

  • >> I THINK THERE IS REASON TO BE-- TO BE DISAPPOINTED.

    >> I THINK THERE IS REASON TO BE-- TO BE DISAPPOINTED.

  • I MEAN, AGAIN, THE IDEA OF HAVING TWO AUTHORIZED VACCINES

    つまり、またしても、2つの認可されたワクチンを 持つという考えです。

  • BY THE END OF LAST YEAR, WAS A REMARKABLE SCIENTIFIC

    昨年末までには、注目すべき科学的成果を上げていました。

  • ACHIEVEMENT, AND I DON'T WANT TO DO ANYTHING TO THROW COLD WATER

    達成感があって 冷たい水を捨てるようなことはしたくない

  • ON THAT.

    その上で

  • BUT VACCINES DON'T WORK.

    でも、ワクチンは効かない。

  • VACCINATIONS DO.

    VACCINATIONS DO.

  • AND RIGHT NOW WE HAVE 28%.

    AND RIGHT NOW WE HAVE 28%.

  • WE JUST LOOKED THIS UP BEFORE COMING ON THE SHOW TONIGHT.

    WE JUST LOOKED THIS UP BEFORE COMING ON THE SHOW TONIGHT.

  • 28% OF THE VACCINES THAT ARE OUT THERE HAVE ACTUALLY BEEN

    28%のワクチンが実際に使用されていた。

  • UTILIZED, HAVE ACTUALLY BECOME SHOTS THAT HAVE GONE INTO ARMS.

    UTILIZED, HAVE ACTUALLY BECOME SHOTS THAT GONE INTO ARMS.

  • THAT'S NOT ANYWHERE NEAR WHERE WE SHOULD BE.

    あるべき場所の近くではない

  • AND THE IDEA OF HOW YOU GET A VACCINE-- MOST PEOPLE HAVE NO

    そして、どうやってワクチンを手に入れるのかというアイデア...ほとんどの人は何も持っていません。

  • IDEA.

    IDEAです。

  • IT'S PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS I GET.

    IT'S PROBABLY ONE OF THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS I GET.

  • "THE VACCINES ARE OUT THERE, HOW DO I GET MINE?"

    "THE VACCINES ARE OUT THERE, HOW DO I GET MINE?"

  • MY PARENTS, THEY LIVE IN FLORIDA, STEPHEN, THEY LIVE IN

    私の両親 彼らはフロリダに住んでいます スティーブン、彼らは住んでいる...

  • LEE COUNTY, AND THEY BASICALLY WENT ON GOOGLE AND THEY LOOKED

    リー郡の人たちは基本的にグーグルで調べていました

  • UP AVAILABILITY OF VACCINES IN THEIR AREA, AND I'M JUST TELLING

    地域でのワクチンの可用性をアップして、私はただ話しているだけです。

  • YOU-- I'LL TELL YOU THE STORY OF HOW IT PLAYED OUT.

    YOU-- I'LL TELL YOU THE STORY OF HOW IT PLAYED OUT.

  • THEY FOUND THAT THE LOCAL LIBRARY, THE LEE COUNTY LIBRARY

    地元の図書館、リー郡の図書館が見つかった。

  • WAS GOING TO HAVE 300 DOSES AND THEY WERE GOING TO BE GIVEN OUT

    300回分の薬を持っていて、配られる予定でした。

  • AT 9:00 A.M. ON A WEDNESDAY.

    水曜の午前9時に

  • SO MY PARENTS, WHO ARE BOTH IN THEIR LATE 70s, WENT TO THE

    私の両親は70代後半になってから

  • LIBRARY, CAMPED OUT AT 1:30 IN THE MORNING TO GET THEIR

    図書館は朝の1:30に外に出て自分のものを手に入れようとしている

  • VACCINES, WERE CAMPING OUT, LIKE GETTING TICKETS TO A GRATEFUL

    VACCINES, WERE CAMPING OUT, まるで感謝の気持ちを込めて チケットを手に入れるように

  • DEAD CONCERT OR SOMETHING-- AND MY PARENTS DON'T GO TO THE

    デッドコンサートか何か -- 私の両親はコンサートに行かない

  • GRATEFUL DEAD.

    GRATEFUL DEAD(感謝の死)。

  • THEY WERE IN THE LAST 70s -- >> Stephen: I THINK THAT IS

    彼らは最後の70年代にいた -- >> Stephen: IINK THAT IS IS.

  • ACTUALLY YOUNGER THAN THE GRATEFUL DEAD, BUT GO AHEAD.

    ACTUALLY YOUNGER THAN THE GRATEFUL DEAD, BUT GO AHEAD.

  • >> THAT'S A GOOD POINT.

    >> それは良い点です。

  • THAT'S TRUE.

    本当だよ

  • THEY ENDED UP GETTING THESE TICKETS.

    結局このチケットを手に入れたんだ

  • 300 DOSES WERE GIVEN OUT, AND MY PARENTS WERE GIVEN THESE TICKETS

    300回分の薬が配られ、私の両親はこのチケットを渡された。

  • BASICALLY NUMBERS 288 AND 289.

    基本的には288と289です。

  • >> Stephen: I THINK I HAVE IT RIGHT HERE.

    >> スティーブンここにあると思います。

  • THERE THEY ARE.

    THERE THEY ARE.

  • >> 1:30 IN THE MORNING THEY GOT THERE.

    >> 朝の1:30には到着した。

  • >> Stephen: JUST BARELY GOT IN UNDER THE WIRE.

    >> スティーブン:かろうじてワイヤーの下に入っただけだ。

  • WIRE.

    WIRE.

  • >> YEAH, AND THEY HAD TO WAIT 10 HOURS UNTIL THEY GOSS THEIR

    >> そうだ、そして彼らはゴスペルを手に入れるまで10時間待たなければならなかった。

  • VACCINE.

    VACCINE.

  • >> Stephen: MY QUESTION IS, I PAY ATTENTION TO THIS STUFF.

    >> スティーブン:私の質問は、私はこれに注意を払っています。

  • I KNOW THAT I'M NOT, YOU KNOW, FIRST-LINE, YOU KNOW, RECEIVER

    I KNOW THAT I'M NOT, YOU KNOW, FIRST-LINE, YOU KNOW, RECEIVER

  • OF A VACCINE.

    VACCINEの。

  • I KNOW-- I WAIT MY TIME.

    分かってる...時間を待ってるんだ

  • I'M A YOUNGER FELLA.

    I'M A YOUNGER FELLA.

  • I DON'T HAVE ANY COMORBIDITIES, SO I'M HAPPY TO WAIT.

    私には何の合併症もないから 待つだけで幸せだわ

  • BUT I'VE GOT FAMILY MEMBERS-- I HAVE A 91-YEAR-OLD

    BUT I'VE GOT FAMILY MEMBERS-- I HAVE A 91-YEAR-OLD

  • FATHER-IN-LAW.

    FATHER-IN-LAW.

  • I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO ADVISE HIM.

    I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO ADVISE HIM.

  • I DON'T WHERE HE GOES.

    どこに行くのか分からない

  • I DON'T KNOW IF THESE THINGS ARE AVAILABLE IN SOUTH CAROLINA OR

    これらのものがサウスカロライナ州または南カロライナ州で入手可能かどうかはわかりません。

  • WHERE YOU WOULD CALL TO FIND OUT.

    WHERE YOU WOULD CALL TO FIND OUT.

  • IT'S THE COMMUNICATION THEY FIND SO-- SO-- WELL, UPSETTING, IS

    それは、彼らが見つけた通信だから...まあ、動揺している。

  • THAT WE JUST AREN'T BEING TOLD "A," WHAT THE TIMETABLE IS, OR

    "A "の時刻表を知らされていないだけだ

  • "B," WHERE THE RESOURCES ARE TO FIND OUT WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW.

    "B," WHERE THE RESOURCES ARE TO FIND OUT WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW.

  • >> YEAH, NO, I MEAN, THAT'S THE-- THAT'S BEEN THE PROBLEM

    >> そうだ、いや、つまり、それが問題だったんだよ

  • EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.

    一挙手一投足で

  • SINCE YOU AND I SPOKE BACK IN MARCH, I THINK THAT'S BEEN THE

    3月に話をして以来、それが今までだったと思う。

  • PROBLEM.

    問題。

  • WE DON'T-- THAT'S WHAT IT MEANS WHEN YOU DON'T HAVE A NATIONAL

    国を持っていないというのはそういうことだ

  • STRATEGY.

    STRATEGY.

  • IT MEANS YOU DON'T HAVE A NATIONAL MESSAGE.

    国別のメッセージを持っていないということです。

  • IN FLORIDA, YOU COULD BE IN ONE COUNTY AND TOTALLY QUALIFY AND

    フロリダ州では、あなたは1つの郡にあると完全に資格を持っていると思った。

  • HAVE A SMOOTH EXPERIENCE-- GET THE VACCINE, BE IN AND OUT IN A

    スムーズな体験をしてください -- VACCINEを手に入れて、出入りすることができます。

  • FEW MINUTES.

    少しだけ

  • IN ANOTHER PLACE YOU HAVE TO CAMP OUT, LITERALLY, OVERNIGHT

    別の場所では、文字通り、徹夜でキャンプをしなければならない。

  • IN ORDER TO GET A TICKET AND POSSIBLY GET A VACCINE.

    チケットとワクチンを手に入れるためには

  • I MEAN, THAT IS NOT THE WAY -- >> Stephen: IS THERE NO

    つまり、それは方法ではありません -- >> スティーブン: それはありません。

  • CENTRAL SILO FOR THIS INFORMATION?

    この情報のための中央のシロ?

  • >> NOT ONLY IS THERE NOT A CENTRAL FEDERAL SILO, THERE'S

    >> 中央の連邦政府のサイロがないだけでなく、あるんだよ。

  • NOT EVEN A FEDERAL STATE SILO.

    連邦政府のシロでもない。

  • SO EACH COMMUNITY IS SORT OF HANDLING THIS ON THEIR OWN.

    それぞれのコミュニティが独自に対処している。

  • IN FLORIDA, THEY SAID, "OKAY, HERE'S HOW MANY VACCINES ARE

    フロリダでは、「よし、ここにどれだけのワクチンがあるか」と言われました。

  • GOING TO THIS COUNTY.

    GOING TO THIS COUNTY.

  • HERE'S HOW MANY ARE GOING TO THIS COUNTY."

    HERE'S HOW MANY ARE GOING TO THIS COUNTY."

  • AND THE COUNTIES SORT OF:FIGURED IT OUT.

    郡が解決してくれたんだ

  • IN SOME PLACES, AGAIN, IT WENT WELL.

    いくつかの場所では、また、それはうまくいった。

  • MOUNT SINAI IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY THEY CREATE AID VACCINE

    MIAMI-DADE郡のシナイ山がエイドワクチンを開発