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Nate Duncan and Ben Taylor spend hours every day reading and curating the most important coronavirus news so you don’t have to. The goal is to bring you a well-researched, analytical, and data-oriented podcast with the most important COVID-19 news and research from around the world.
 
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Dr. Carl Bergstrom joins to discuss the crazy news that Donald Trump has been hospitalized for COVID-19. Included: What to believe about the President’s condition and the timeline of infection? What the President’s prognosis is statistically? What are the chances Joe Biden is infected? The White House’s testing scheme. Support the show: http://patr…
 
Dr. Matthew Frieman joins to discuss his expertise, the state of development for treatments outside of vaccines. He takes us through three main categories of development, namely existing drugs, antibodies, and new drugs. He explains how the regulatory process work, how more funding speeds up the process and takes stock of our overall level of progr…
 
Ben and Nate discuss interesting new testing procedures, as well as a new FDA authorization for pooled testing. Does it go far enough? A big news and science roundup including neonatal transmission, Vietnam’s new outbreak, and another encouraging baby step for Moderna’s vaccine. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Feed, or search “Nate Du…
 
A hard look worldwide at the countries that have done well and poorly overall, and where COVID is changing the most. Plus, evaluating data for hard-hit countries. A full summary of where we stand on reopening schools. The evidence is now pretty clear. More data on how many people experience long-term symptoms. Evidence that masks protect you in add…
 
Science reporter Denise Grady of the New York Times discusses everything we need to know on vaccines. The most promising candidates so far. How mRNA vaccines work. What steps remain before candidates become available. The possibility vaccines won’t be universally effective. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Feed, or search “Nate Duncan”…
 
Ben does another deep data dive with US case counts and hospitalizations, and a discussion of how those hospitalization numbers will eventually correlate with deaths. Economic indicators are on the wane once more. Why this is such a critical time for stimulus to get us to a potential vaccine. What do we think of the change in CDC guidelines for end…
 
Dr. Fauci’s recent podcast appearances discussing vaccine progress and distribution, durability of immune response, and progress on rapid testing technology. How aerosolized transmission causes superspreading events, and the 80/20 rule. A deep data dive on India from Ben, along with some other key world news from South Africa and Hong Kong. Please …
 
Dr. Talia Swartz of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York discusses: The all hands on deck response at hospitals during the depths of the crisis in New York. How treatment of severe cases has improved. Her work evaluating how the immune system responds to the virus and the inflammation caused by the immune response. How immunity w…
 
We start with a catch-up on the latest US numbers. California rolls back reopening and LA and SD schools announce no in-person classes. Wal-Mart joins a growing list of retailers requiring face masks. Are we making progress on “politicizing” face masks? A very extensive seroprevalence study out of Spain looked at over 60,000 people. Ben is excited …
 
There is only one documented case of COVID19 transmission on a plane. How indicative is that of the actual risk? Plus a long look at the evidence for this transmission and what conclusions we can draw from it. Examining a couple reports of reinfection. United’s plans to cut workers as of September 30 is emblematic of economic issues as focus shifts…
 
Ben does another deep dive into the numbers, looking at where certain states are now and comparing them to the first spike in April to look at a possible timeline for fatalities. A long look at how to reopen schools, what the risk of transmission among and from children is, and recommendations for how to reopen. World news focusing on Britain’s eas…
 
A summary of the most important things we know about COVID-19 so far. If someone just arrived here from Mars, what would be the most important things for them to know? We put together the information on how the virus spreads, how to prevent the spread, how much and who it kills and sickens, and more. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Fe…
 
The latest information on whether children transmit the virus. A look at the latest economic indicators to assess COVID19’s effect on the economy. Businesses and organizations facing restrictions have new arguments in court. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Feed, or search “Nate Duncan” in your podcast player. If you want to support th…
 
Ben runs some of the ugly numbers on the continuing surge in the US. Hard decisions will have to be made on which activities we truly value. A crazy superspreading story from India. A deep dive on some of the latest morbidity information from a CDC study that followed up with patients who tested positive. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via R…
 
Dr. Saad Omer (@SaadOmer3), Director, Yale Institute for Global Health, joins COVID Daily News. The subjects: The worrying rise in US cases and how it can be addressed. The need for a national vaccine plan, how it would be formulated and implemented, and which populations should be prioritized. His study, SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations in primary mu…
 
A look at where transmission is happening to boost case counts. How much is protests, and how much is bars? What should we make of claims that younger demographics in this latest surge mean it isn’t so bad? Surge states finally take some countermeasures. Has India given up on preventing the spread of the virus? Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or…
 
Dr. Carl Bergstrom (@CT_Bergstrom), a professor of Biology at University of Washington with 20 years of experience studying the emergence of infectious diseases and author of a book on how to spot misinformation, returns to discuss a host of issues, including: Where we are and are headed as a country and a world right now. Are there any positive tr…
 
Youyang Gu discusses the methods behind his successful coronavirus modeling and what he sees coming in the next few months. He and Ben nerd out on modeling talk. Nate also does a solo news segment discussing mask adherence on planes, testing shortages again becoming an issue, and the “pause” in reopening in Texas. Plus, a comparison of which countr…
 
It looks like COVID-19 is here to stay in the US. So how can we live our lives with the virus? Ben and Nate discuss a framework to help individuals make decisions about what activities they would be willing to undertake and discuss ways of thinking about whether to do some common activities, plus whether we’d be willing to do them ourselves with th…
 
US case counts rise about 30,000 daily. Americans aren’t as unconcerned about COVID as media reports might indicate. NYC struggles to implement contact tracing. Australia will close its borders through the end of the year, China punishes “rumors.” More research has emerged indicating the D614G amino acid change matters. How should we evaluate these…
 
An Italian study shows improvement in fatality rates as treatments improve. A look at US superspreading events at Ft. Benning and in Jacksonville. US authorities begin to embrace compulsory masks. A basketball game in Vermont before the shutdown was likely a superspreading event, and highlights the dangers of Trump’s indoor rally in Oklahoma. Pakis…
 
US economic news: Unemployment supplement won’t be extended, NY reopening, commercial tenants not paying rent. World news on New Zealand, Montenegro, Israel, Denmark. A look at how the virus could be transmitted in bathrooms. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Feed, or search “Nate Duncan” in your podcast player. If you want to support t…
 
Ben and Nate brainstorm some big ideas and rate how much those ideas would help, how hard they would be to implement, and the level of social and political will that exists to implement them. Please subscribe on Apple, Spotify or via RSS Feed, or search “Nate Duncan” in your podcast player. If you want to support this ad-free show please join Nate’…
 
A deep dive on a Japanese study looking at where clusters originated. Antibodies among sailors on the Theodore Roosevelt carrier. Ben works with the data to determine the major trends among countries over the last 25 days. Spain’s reopening amid controversy. President Trump’s planned indoor rally in Tulsa appears to be the first gathering of its ki…
 
New Zealand is back to normal. Catching up on the state of the pandemic in Canada, some positive countermeasures in England, data on India, Africa, and South Korea. China sees a new outbreak in Beijing, with an implication that it could be driven by contaminated food. How much credence should we give this? The troubling states in the US, plus which…
 
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