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Episode Seven dives more deeply into the public response to the Covid-19 outbreak. We look at the missteps by both the CDC and WHO, including release of infected patients, improper test kits, and the political connections that are leading to public silence even as we see larger preparations under way. ...
Episode Six of Coronavirus Central looks much more deeply into the ACE-II pathway by which Covid infects humans and what implications result. We start by examining the nature of the Angiotensin Converting Enzyme, revealing it is an essential component of all humans with heavy clusters in the lower respiratory system, ...
In Episode 5, we review a study that suggests a far higher case count in Wuhan than previously reported by using statistics to determine both the number of asymptomatic carriers as well as to offer analysis of how effective the quarantine efforts are proving. From there, we look at the ...
In Episode Four, we review the change in criteria by the Chinese government to include clinically diagnosed cases which saw a jump of 14,480 new cases and 242 new deaths reported on February 12th. These new criteria bring the numbers closer to what mathematical modeling predicts as we share two ...
In Episode Three of Coronavirus Central, we're going to review the daily numbers, take a much closer look at Singapore's situation as a larger example that parallels the issues the cruise ship are facing, explain the difference between mortality rate and case fatality rate and also why lower ...