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The Coronavirus Crisis: Responses in China, Italy, and the United States - Shared screen with speaker view
Joe basic
56:32
my question is ., is covid19 ..really just sars2?
Andrew Woodrow
57:57
Based on what we know so far, what is the concern for ‘rebound’ after the initial imapct of this event?
Sardar Hedayati
58:00
Will a recording of this session be made available on the JHS health website?
Antonio Handy
58:37
I have been reading some research which labelled it SARcovid-2
Arshan Beyzaei Arani
58:41
PLease discuss the two phenotypes (the typical ARDS type with poor lung compliance) and non-ARDS type and if what inhaled epo protocol do you use. Also when is your threshold to prone. Thanks
Andrea Cardenas
59:17
Covid-19 is the name of the illness. Sars-CoV-2 is the virus that causes the illness
Venkataraghavan KS
01:01:00
what are the (number) of cleavage sites exhibited by this 2019-nCoV ..
Barbara Grigoletto
01:01:29
Could you please ask anyone who's not currently speaking to shut down their microphone?
Johannes Urpelainen
01:01:31
Please stay on mute to reduce background noise - thanks a lot!
Andreea Luca
01:02:18
In your opinion, do you think any of this could have been avoided? If so, which part and to what extent?
Luke Pearson
01:02:31
What is the progress with developing a serology test for this virus? I would think this would be useful to clear people to go back to work and or help others.
Sharon Cross
01:05:02
What strategies have been and are being used to secure and deliver food to large numbers of households (200,000) who are quarantined because they are ill at home or have had significant exposure.
Luis Alejandro Aguilera Galaviz
01:05:14
What do you think about Mexico strategy for coronavirus pandemia?
Scott Drake
01:07:51
when will we see antibody tests in the US?
Scott Drake
01:10:11
are hospitals preparing for ventilator sharing
Christiane Waldow
01:11:24
To Scott Drake, patients from Italy are treated in Germany as we still have capacity (english is not my mother tongue)
Luigi Mongibello
01:12:04
I can't hear a sound from the speakers
Matthew Bernhagen
01:12:21
I really hope people from State and Federal Government are on here!
Luis Alejandro Aguilera Galaviz
01:12:24
Is it accurate the rapid test for corona virus detection?
Luigi Mongibello
01:13:54
now it's ok thanks
Praful Patil
01:16:02
is the origin of this virus through a natural source or was it manufactured?
Scott Drake
01:18:10
is converting CPAP's to ventilator's viable?
Antonio Doria
01:19:26
Is there a specific reason why the death to cases ratio is 10% in Italy vs. 4.4% globally?
Scott Drake
01:19:39
would copper tape on comon public surfaces like railings and door knobs help?
joanie khoury
01:20:33
I would like to piggy back on Antonio's question: Is there a specific reason why the death to cases ratio is 10% in Italy vs. 4.4% globally?THx
Scott Drake
01:21:03
is there a resource for pandemic maths
John Moore
01:21:20
I am chemist in California and have proposed an antiviral remedy worn on face masks to arrest growth allowing the body’s immunity to catch up. I’ve found it impossible to figure out how to get this plan out. Any ideas?
Fatima Petrin
01:24:07
Do you foresee China cooperating with epidemiology studies, with the US after the curve is flattenned globally to assist in the data collection needed (i.e. studying indiv. for antibodies, etc) in the hope of developing proper treatmente and prevention?
Lisa Williams
01:24:19
Is there any news on the status of N Korea? How is China helping, if its needed, that country?
Scott Drake
01:25:06
is there a known break even point for economic loss caused loss of life vs viral?
Joann Ma
01:25:08
Beyond US and China's interaction and "argument" over the origin of COVID19, have we (US) provided any aid to Wuhan two months ago? In reverse, since the situation in China is more controlled while it is not in the US, did the Chinese government provide any aid to us?
Joann Ma
01:25:54
This is on a country to country level, similar to what Japan has done for China. Not just the local community/individual's fundraising
Christiane Waldow
01:26:01
Ah thank you for that info in regards to Germany make sense thank you
Juncheng Zhang
01:26:42
Foreign Policy magazine published a piece a few days ago “How the World Will Look After the Coronavirus Pandemic.” Some scholars believe that China’s leadership in assisting other countries in mitigating the pandemic and the financial crisis currently in the West mean that the world after the pandemic will see a “more China-centric” globalization and leadership. How does the panel see the great powers dynamics of China globally after the pandemic?
Laura Zanini
01:26:42
thank you for giving some perspective to number of deaths coming from Italy.
Andrew Woodrow
01:26:45
Are the US medical intelligence agencies able to reach into areas that we do not hear about (e.g. Africa and N. Korea)
Christiane Waldow
01:26:45
Thank you for your answer
Daniel Hastings
01:26:45
Could you explain broadly how US trade and the economy is going to effected in the next few months?
Ava Shawkins
01:26:51
Would it be prudent for U.S. to take a more stringent centralized approach while simultaneously allowing a more lenient localized approach based on community outbreak?
Ashling Sullivan
01:27:02
is it fair to assume the reason this disease is so dangerous is because it transmits over the course of 2 weeks without any symptoms?
Athanasios Bozinis
01:27:40
WHO according to my opinion was not so effective during cover-19 pandemic crises. Do we need a new Global Biosecurity Policy?
Scott Drake
01:27:58
my local response seems week, do i have any recourse?
giuseppe roma
01:28:01
virus it’s for sure natural a spilloover from animal to human body
Neline Sahagun
01:28:48
Thank you for explaining how the data collection is coded differently in each country
Ralf
01:29:00
If you die in Germany with postive Corona test you are counted as Corona death
haolun
01:29:43
What is the impact of both WHO and Chine denouncing US as overreacting early on when Trump blocked travel from China?
Lisa Sartorius
01:29:43
Can you discuss if Corona can get transmitted through surfaces. There have been conflicting voices on this.
FRANCESCO DE FALCO
01:29:53
https://www.nature.com/search?q=zoonotic%20origin%20covid%2019
Ava Shawkins
01:31:52
It is confusing to see local leaders say one thing, state governors say another, and of course, yet another thing from president. Is U.S. at greater risk than Italy and China based on our “democratic” approach?
ELEFTHERIA ZAMPETAKI
01:32:30
Is it true that warm weather kill new coronavirus? And how this virys will affect the global economy ?
Joann Ma
01:32:34
What were the effective and non-effective policy, strategy or practices that the Chinese government adopted to control COVID19 in your opinion? In what ways can the effective methods be adopted in the US now, and which will be challenging to adopt?
Peter Saile
01:32:48
A look into the future: what will be the main lessons learnt at the international (Policy) arenas? Role of UN family of institutions? Implications for today's processes, rules and cooperation? What might change, in which directions? Thanks, Peter
Lyndsey Miller
01:33:20
What about policies related to raising ducks and chickens in proximity to pigs? Is this being discussed as a possibility to help mitigate future coronavirus strains being transmitted?
Venkataraghavan KS
01:34:16
may be useful ? https://pages.semanticscholar.org/coronavirus-research
Joe basic
01:34:20
shelter I place east bay San Francisco ..here 👍
Venkataraghavan KS
01:35:07
any pointers to access open data sets related to covid-19??
Luke Pearson
01:35:35
It seems like most countries are trying to flatten the curve through suppression, ie, lockdowns, shelter in place. At one point do you think countries will consider mitigation strategies vs suppression, despite the ugly reality that implies?
giuseppe roma
01:35:38
it is important to save forest and in general savage territory others virus try to go in some other body
Trung Ngo
01:37:13
why has the US not agreed to sharing virus research data with the WHO in the collective effort in developing vaccine?
giuseppe roma
01:37:35
In Italy now restrictions are very high around 60% of people is out of work Every activity is closed
Joe basic
01:37:47
the more the virus kills , the more , science and governments will be challenged in truest and more people will go to god and alternative small social groupings...??
Joe basic
01:39:01
the Bay Area California is sheltering very well
giuseppe roma
01:40:57
The rules are the same in Italy in North and in Southern arte Students and workers try to come back to the South because Universities and factories in northern regions are closed
alexis pompili
01:41:15
indeed
Joe basic
01:42:10
totalitarian work also a very well behaved and educated Population like Sweden.?
Joe basic
01:42:32
China is the totalitarian example
Peyman Sigaroudi
01:42:34
what do you think about approach of Iran to this Epidemic? and what is your prediction?
Ralf
01:43:48
But now numbers in Sout Korea are increasing again.
Dr. David Sander, Mayor of Rancho Cordova, CA
01:43:49
That is the best explanation for the South Korean response that I’ve heard yet.
Luigi Mongibello
01:44:08
differences between China, US and Italy as concerns the correct communication and information transmission between the central government and local communities, and effects on the people opinion and choice
Harvey Welstein
01:44:17
What about b
Harvey Welstein
01:44:30
What about North
Dan Righter
01:44:32
You can't compare south korea to the united states. the US is much larger and more complicated
Neline Sahagun
01:45:29
Would the S. Korean approach due to their previous experience to SARs?
Harvey Welstein
01:45:36
Is North Korea giving any information?
Ava Shawkins
01:46:12
Pandemic has been expected for years now. Have political policies contributed to this discombobulated response? What does this teach us about climate change?
Matthew Bernhagen
01:46:55
USA is currently leading the world in new daily confirmed cases.
Dan Righter
01:48:00
the US slowed the transmission by control movement from china and the US is also testing more than any other country which will also account for a higher number of confirmed cases
Aribert Peters
01:49:04
same amount of cases in ny than in Germany, nearly
Ralf
01:49:25
What ist the measure to stopp the actual increas of numbers in the US?
Matthew Bernhagen
01:50:04
Adjusted for cases per 1 million people we are still on the rise and at a trajectory to surpass all other nations
Scott Drake
01:50:06
any evidence mass testing of the unsymptomatic is not a vital practice?
Dan Righter
01:51:34
social distancing and prohibiting public gathering ralf
Laura Luchsinger
01:51:40
Thanks for hosting this webinar! Appreciate the organization and moderation by Johannes and partners.
Andres Espinosa
01:51:42
What about Russia procedure?
Dr. David Sander, Mayor of Rancho Cordova, CA
01:51:55
Mass testing of the unsymptomatic is useful to the science - the epidemiology - but since we are largely out of a containment phase it has overall limited utility.
JOAN DAVID BAENA GUITÉRREZ
01:52:12
Tks, For this webinar.
Dr. David Sander, Mayor of Rancho Cordova, CA
01:52:33
It is a good discussion.
Sherrin Bernstein, LMT, CA
01:52:48
In my opinion, irresponsibility starts from the top down. Our leaders are flawed human beings like everyone else, but if ego and/or the need to “look good” is getting in the way of getting things done in the most effective and timely manner, I feel we need to affect these people (who will naturally resist this). How do you think we, the citizens, can best affect our countries’ leaders to behave more selflessly and functional with respect to the safety and support of its own citizens and the global community?
Andres Espinosa
01:53:04
Thanks a lot for this webinar!
Clive Herbert
01:53:11
does anyone know whether the total number of weekly or monthly deaths that are expected in, say, the USA as a whole, at this time of year is above the norm? Or in other countries.
Dr. David Sander, Mayor of Rancho Cordova, CA
01:53:16
Serious question - how can we predict how long this will last from a mitigation standpoint? If the curve is flattened, how long do other control mechanisms stay in place?
Andrew Woodrow
01:53:29
This has been a tremendous panel and great talking points…well done!
Christiane Waldow
01:53:36
Yes thank you for answering my questions. Please stay well wherever you are.
Jeffrey Vass
01:53:58
Thanks Johannes and speakers - great discussion
Chris Bergsman
01:54:00
great discussion, thanks
Hilary Lush
01:54:06
Thank you so much. More of these events please
Nancy I
01:54:06
Thank you
John Graham
01:54:09
Thank you for a great discussion!
joanie khoury
01:54:10
Thank you
Oscar Granados
01:54:11
tks a lot
Carol Benner
01:54:11
Thank you so much. Stay well;.
Peter Saile
01:54:12
Thank you for the initiative, stay put and stay well
Matthew Bernhagen
01:54:13
I was hoping there would be a consensus on how to proceed
NORA TAPIA
01:54:13
thankyou
Janet Melville
01:54:13
Thank you so much to the speakers for taking the time. excellent information
haolun
01:54:15
thanks!
ELEFTHERIA ZAMPETAKI
01:54:17
Thank you
Andreea Luca
01:54:17
thank you so much!!
geraldinecaldarola
01:54:19
Grazie mille
Laurey stryker
01:54:21
Thank you for your insights.
Maria Hovakimyan
01:54:21
thanks a lot. very insightful
Ula Pontikos
01:54:21
Thank you
KEVIN FORNEY
01:54:22
Thank you - very informative. Looking forward to the next one.
John Brightling
01:54:23
thanks very good
NORA TAPIA
01:54:24
In peru we are in total lockdown
Venkataraghavan KS
01:54:24
Thankyou all
Emine Shinjatari
01:54:25
Thank you so much!
giuseppe roma
01:54:25
in China pandemic phenomena lasted 4 months not week
Elizabeth Matthews
01:54:26
Thank you!!
Naomi Brioche
01:54:26
Thank you
Khun Nyan Min Htet
01:54:26
Thank you so much!
Thaer Ghandour
01:54:30
Thank you
Carmen Navia
01:54:33
where can we find the recording? my coworkers are asking
Johannes Urpelainen
01:54:33
https://sais.jhu.edu/campus-events
Robert Belcher
01:54:35
Thanks!
John O'Hara
01:54:38
Thank you for your time
Peyman Sigaroudi
01:54:38
thanks
Ganqi Li
01:54:40
Thank you!
FRANCESCO DE FALCO
01:54:42
Thank you so much!!
Maureen Moore
01:54:43
Thank you so much. Very information.
Heinrich Wehrmeyer
01:54:43
thanks for this webinar, very interesting. stay healthy - keep distance!
giuseppe roma
01:54:43
tsk very good weminar
Laura Bergsman
01:54:45
Excellent discussion! Thank you!
Yunchu Wang
01:54:45
Thanks from China!
Mark Combs
01:54:46
Thank you all
Kathleen Marie
01:54:47
Thanks so much for this wonderful presentaion.
Janet Tate
01:54:48
Thank you!
Jane Wang
01:54:49
Thank you
Antonio Doria
01:54:50
Thank you!
M Qian
01:54:52
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Jahida Gulshan
01:54:52
Thank you speakers.
Thomas Walsh
01:54:54
Thank you
alexis pompili
01:54:54
thanks
Yusianmar Mariani
01:54:54
Thanks you so much