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Dr. Straif-Bourgeois SPH COVID-19 Update & Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
Daesy Behrhorst
45:12
Please make sure you remain on Mute until we are in the Q&A section of the webinar. Thanks!
Randi Kaufman
53:57
Hi Susanne. Thanks for doing this.
akatn1
59:41
OK I had to download the background screen just to be cool like yall
DWILLI3@lsuhsc.edu
01:01:17
looks lovely
Hasheemah Afaneh
01:01:21
:D :D
Daesy Behrhorst
01:01:22
Please make sure you remain on Mute until we are in the Q&A section of the webinar. Thanks!
lbirke
01:03:46
Now its 1172 and 34 deaths
DWILLI3@lsuhsc.edu
01:05:26
DoH just updated to 1172 cases
jmeye6@lsuhsc.edu
01:07:26
In the flattened curve scenario would that require a shelter in place for the duration of the timeline indicated? i.e. Jan 2021...
Mia Orr
01:10:14
This is great information, thank you! Will the slide deck be shared after the call?
lbirke
01:12:03
I would really like that too,
Ariane Rung
01:12:31
can you go over differences between "shelter in place" and "lockdown"?
DWILLI3@lsuhsc.edu
01:14:39
Way to go, Kimi!
Amelie
01:17:24
My dad is the battalion colonel in charge of running the testing centers- he texted me to say that Kimi is doing such great work!
DWILLI3@lsuhsc.edu
01:17:52
Kimi ROCKS!
DWILLI3@lsuhsc.edu
01:18:23
As does Amelie's dad.
Mia Orr
01:22:24
Any idea how long it could last on wood surfaces?
Randi Kaufman
01:29:21
Mortality rate?
Amelie
01:33:20
Yes- also wondering about mortality rate- and a little more about anything we may know in regards to at what point of carrying the virus are people actually infectious
lbirke
01:34:03
Does ambient temperature affect infection rate? Do you think that the infection rates will decrease as we approach summer?
Erin Biggs
01:34:22
Ouch.
Randi Kaufman
01:35:08
Maybe we will learn about prevention before then and be able to go out with new rules?
lbirke
01:36:59
Why do you think that New Orleans has such a high cumulative incidence?
clefan
01:37:04
With the temps in the 80's do you think we may see a halt in transmission in LA or the southern States before others?
Hasheemah Afaneh
01:37:34
Palestine just moved from “shelter in place” to “lockdown” for 14 days minimum. Those who don’t adhere are getting arrested and then fined…
Michael Celestin
01:37:54
Do you suspect there are people already immune to COVID-19 (got exposed and didn't get it; is that what you meant when you discussed antibodies)?
dgreen
01:37:54
Do you know if the number of state lab and commercial lab COVID-19 tests reported on the dashboard mutually exclusive? In other words, could there be overlap in the number of tests performed if a person received both - a state lab test and a commercial lab test?
Erin Biggs
01:39:04
If the current test takes around 5 days to be processed, are the numbers being reported really relfecting 5 days ago vs. what is currently happening in the community and the hospitals?
Susu Luo
01:41:48
Do you know if a asymptomatic postive patient can infect others?
Michael Celestin
01:43:23
Do you think that health communication from orgs (such as CDC, NOLA, etc.) about COVID-19 has been successful, unsuccessful, or both?
cbrennan
01:47:21
from an epid standpoint, why is it recommended that a person presenting with symptoms are to be first screened for influenza, then RSV and then SAR Cov-2. But could not the person have both Infliuenza and SAR Cov-s and thus ar ebeing sent home with active disease ( can a person be co infected with influenza and SAR COv-2)
cbrennan
01:48:28
It is a bout 24 hours is not shorter for results
Erin Biggs
01:49:05
Thank you.
Edward Trapido
01:51:38
Can you comment on whether warmer weather will lower the risk of infection?
Susu Luo
01:52:53
Should a “patient” be forced to stay home while waiting for the COVID-19 results?
Ariane Rung
01:55:37
slides be avlaible?
Susu Luo
01:56:22
Do you happen to know how many percentage of the test results were estimated to be false negative?
cbrennan
01:57:01
Do think we are using too higfh a level of suspectuion to screen? I understand person need to have some symptoms to be transmitting, but can not mild sysmptoms be transmitting?
Susu Luo
01:59:24
Thank you!
Erica Washington
01:59:32
Thank you!
Hasheemah Afaneh
01:59:39
Thank you!
tferg4@lsuhsc.edu
01:59:45
Thank you!!
Jewel Datri
01:59:48
Thanks Dr. SB!
tricho@lsuhsc.edu
01:59:50
Excellent information - Thank you!
Ashwin Shetty
01:59:53
Thank you!
tbrya9
01:59:53
Thank You!
Thanh Nguyen
01:59:56
THank you
Erin Biggs
01:59:57
Thank you.
KJackson
02:00:06
Thank You!
Mia Orr
02:00:08
thank you!