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Ep 110 Osterholm Update: A COVID Marathon #covid #covidnewstoday #news

Ep 110 Osterholm Update: A COVID Marathon #covid #covidnewstoday #covidtestathome #covidnews

In “A COVID Marathon,” Dr. Osterholm and Chris Dall discuss Paxlovid rebound cases, vaccines for children under 5, and the impact of the BA.5 variant in the U.S. and around the world. Dr. Osterholm also provides an update on the monkeypox outbreak and shares a Celebration of Life from one of our listeners.

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Ep 110 Osterholm Update: A COVID Marathon #covid #covidnewstoday #covidtestathome #covidnews 2022

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  1. Lp78Ch Lp78Ch August 5, 2022

    Japan is being hammered by BA.5 despite over 80% of the country fully vaccinated. Osterholm probably will say they are using the wrong masks over there instead of blaming the _OBVIOUS_ culprit.

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  3. JB JB August 5, 2022

    Is there someplace to get a transcript of this episode?

  4. Susan S Susan S August 5, 2022

    Listening to your broadcast today took me back to 1957 when we children were called into the gym at school to get vaccinated for Polio. We were all excited to be protected from Polio. Even as a small child I had seen the devastation caused by this terrible disease right in my own small MN neighborhood. We had a playmate who was wheelchair bound from Polio. We would get him from his house everyday and we played together.
    I was so excited to get to take my sugar cube with my classmates in the school gym. As I remember, no parents were present or outside protesting. They knew they were protecting their children and so thankful to have this opportunity. We had a celebration dinner that night.
    The parents of today have no clue to what life was like before Smallpox, Polio, MMR vaccinations. I caught every case of measles, mumps and chicken pox. How blessed families are to have the opportunity to protect their little Ones from this terrible disease. Sad, just so sad! They wake up too late and then bemoan their fate, and the GO Fund Me account are set up, as if that absolves them of the responsibility to their children. Never would have happened to the 50’s.

  5. J Sweezey J Sweezey August 5, 2022

    Is it possible that somehow, Pharmaco-Genetics plays a role in how a person metabolizes & clears the medication (Paxlovid) from the body too fast, as in “Fast Metabolizers/Fast Elimination” so the virus is NOT getting destroyed by the maximum dosage? Or perhaps something as simple as not taking enough water so the medication is not as effective?

  6. J C J C August 5, 2022

    I wonder how much this tendency to insist on naming a thing in a certain way versus explaining it creates problematic discourse.

    Dr O insists monkeypox is an STI, many ID specialists do not. Not because of stigma but of epidemiological realities.

    If this had started in a daycare and spread throughout their families and beyond,l it would not be called an STI. The same damn disease.

    Messaging from public health sector mirrors the confused and confusing mess it is in practice and has been for a long time. Dr O is one I turn to very often, but I don’t think he is on point very well with monkeypox yet.

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