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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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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.

    The One Case From a Plane; News Roundup

    The One Case From a Plane; News Roundup

    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 to COVID19 long haul.

    CDC supposedly won’t change school guidelines

    USA and World news roundup.

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    With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Ben Taylor (@ElGee35).

    Articles and studies cited on the show 
    Georgia to reactivate makeshift hospital at Atlanta convention center
    Michigan businesses will be required to refuse entry to people not wearing masks
    United Airlines Says 36,000 Jobs at Risk Once U.S. Aid Ends
    Contact tracing effort scaled way back
    CDC director says no revised school guidelines despite Trump's push
    COVID-19 strain in Beijing outbreak may have come from Southeast Asia: Harvard study
    Taxi drivers, cleaners and shop workers with no Covid symptoms to be tested for virus
    Asymptomatic testing extended to thousands of workers in England
    Koreatown man reinfected with COVID-19 after attending several protests
    Potential transmission of SARS-CoV-2 on a flight from Singapore to Hanghzou, China: An epidemiological investigation
    Probable aircraft transmission of Covid-19 in-flight from the Central African Republic to France
    Serial Laboratory Testing for SARS-CoV-2 Infection Among Incarcerated and Detained Persons in a Correctional and Detention Facility — Louisiana, April–May 2020 | MMWR
    Doctors explain why mutated strain of coronavirus that is dominant in Houston is more contagious but not more deadly
    What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science

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    • 29 min
    What to Expect in States With Rising Cases; The Question of Reopening Schools

    What to Expect in States With Rising Cases; The Question of Reopening Schools

    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 easing of lockdown and Australian state Victoria reinstituting restrictions.

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    With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Ben Taylor (@ElGee35).

    Articles and studies cited on the show
    School openings across globe suggest ways to keep coronavirus at bay, despite outbreaks
    Doctors race to understand rare inflammatory condition associated with coronavirus in young people
    THE MISSING LINK? CHILDREN AND TRANSMISSION OF SARS-COV-2
    Cluster of COVID-19 in northern France: A retrospective closed cohort study
    SARS-CoV-2 infection in primary schools in northern France: A retrospective cohort study in an area of high transmission
    Should schools reopen? Kids’ role in pandemic still a mystery
    United Airlines Says 36,000 Jobs at Risk Once U.S. Aid Ends
    The UK's new lockdown guidelines (and local lockdowns) explained
    COVID-19 strain in Beijing outbreak may have come from Southeast Asia: Harvard study
    Melbourne to reimpose six-week lockdown as Australia battles coronavirus outbreak

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    • 53 min
    The Biggest Things To Know About COVID-19 In One Place

    The Biggest Things To Know About COVID-19 In One Place

    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.

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    With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Ben Taylor (@ElGee35)

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    • 55 min
    Latest on Transmission by Kids; US Economic Outlook

    Latest on Transmission by Kids; US Economic Outlook

    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.

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    Articles and studies cited on the show
    This chart shows the link between restaurant spending and new cases of coronavirus
    The 'Rocket Ship' Economic Recovery Is Crashing
    Americans Hold Huge Pile of Cash That’s Key to Economic Recovery
    China Halts Meat Imports From More Plants Amid Virus Tumult
    Cuomo Faces Federal Lawsuit Over COVID-19 Restrictions on Houses of Worship
    Federal Judge Rules Against New York's Outdoor Gathering Restrictions
    Culture-Competent SARS-CoV-2 in Nasopharynx of Symptomatic Neonates, Children, and Adolescents
    Characteristics of Hospitalized Pediatric Coronavirus Disease 2019 Cases in Chicago, Illinois, March–April 2020

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    • 21 min
    Latest State Data; What Symptoms Do Patients Have and How Long Do They Last?

    Latest State Data; What Symptoms Do Patients Have and How Long Do They Last?

    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.

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    With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Ben Taylor (@ElGee35).

    Articles and studies cited on the show 
    Contact tracing finds 1,500 cases, indoor venues biggest risk
    Americans Hold Huge Pile of Cash That’s Key to Economic Recovery
    This chart shows the link between restaurant spending and new cases of coronavirus
    The 'Rocket Ship' Economic Recovery Is Crashing
    Coronavirus Outbreak at Wedding Kills Groom, Infects Over 100 Guests
    Coronavirus in Bihar: Groom dead, 95 guests test COVID-19 positive after wedding in Patna
    China Halts Meat Imports From More Plants Amid Virus Tumult
    Characteristics of Adult Outpatients and Inpatients with COVID-19
    ‘It’s frightening’: Doctors say half of ‘cured’ COVID patients still suffer
    One in 20 people will need hospital care if they get Covid-19, study says
    COVID-19 Disinformation Briefing No.4.
    Bay Area contact tracing shows early signs of success
    Declining death rate from COVID-19 in hospitals in England
    Culture-Competent SARS-CoV-2 in Nasopharynx of Symptomatic Neonates, Children, and Adolescents

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    • 35 min
    Dr. Saad Omer: Our Next Steps; How to Distribute a Vaccine; Detecting SARS-COV-2 in Wastewater

    Dr. Saad Omer: Our Next Steps; How to Distribute a Vaccine; Detecting SARS-COV-2 in Wastewater

    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 municipal sewage sludge as a leading indicator of COVID-19 outbreak dynamics, and its usefulness in predicting outbreaks in areas with insufficient testing.

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    With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Ben Taylor (@ElGee35)

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