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Scott Gottlieb, MD 9h
My Op Ed: It's time we pursue a national mask mandate. We're dangerously behind the curve in confronting rising Covid spread across the U.S. We need to maximize steps that are less intrusive now; so we can minimize those that are more disruptive later
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Scott Gottlieb, MD 9h
My Op Ed: It's time we pursue a national mask mandate. We're dangerously behind the curve in confronting rising Covid spread across the U.S. We need to maximize steps that are less intrusive now; so we can minimize those that are more disruptive later
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Jason Kint 21h
I thought answers on were super important as I watch now so embedding them in four tweets with hope a few will watch and they’ll be shared. (1 of 4)
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Squawk Box 12h
"You're going to see pretty diffuse infection across the country and a lot of places are going to reach very high levels of infection," says on the winter months with . "That's why this is going to be a difficult couple of months."
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Squawk Box 12h
"I don't think we're going to have a vaccine or a therapeutic that is really going to change the contours of what we're entering into [for 2020]," says . "As you get mounting levels of infection, you do get a policy response and you get a consumer response."
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Carl Quintanilla 12h
GOTTLIEB: "It’s time to consider a limited and temporary national mask mandate." It's "the least costly way for society to weather a difficult winter." (via )
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Squawk Box 10h
"The masks are designed primarily to prevent people who are asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic from spreading the virus," says . "If you want to derive protection from other individuals you need to wear a higher quality mask."
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Squawk Box 12h
"We have one more cycle to get through with this. I know people are exhausted. It's been very hard on families, and on individuals and businesses especially," says . "This is going to be the hardest phase probably."
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Squawk Box 12h
"We are likely to see very dense epidemic. I think we are right now at the cusp of what is going to be exponential spread in parts of the country," says .
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Thomas P. Bossert Oct 25
The theme here is wrongheaded. The guy quoted is looking at hospitalizations “every day.” That’s not enough. Lag and delay are hard concepts for people to understand, but future planning in this case is about mathematical forecasting (not modeling). We must look beyond our noses.
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Sue Desmond-Hellmann Oct 25
Yes! “the goal should be to make masks a social and cultural norm”.
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Carlos del Rio Oct 25
I agree with ⁦⁩ time for a to get us through the winter.
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WSJ Editorial Page Oct 25
As deaths rise this winter, policy makers will have to act to slow the spread. There is no support for reprising this spring’s stay-at-home orders, but a mask mandate would help, writes
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Margaret Brennan Oct 25
NEWS YOU CAN USE: which masks are most effective? Which protect YOU & those around you? on 👇🏻👇🏻
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Face The Nation Oct 25
"One thing they might consider for the is using one of these antibody drugs as a prophylaxis," says , as a way to prevent from contracting after 5 aides tested positive. Those treatments, however, are not available to the general public
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Rajeev Venkayya MD Oct 25
Similar view from in conversation with , calling the timeline "aggressive" and explaining why. I'll maintain "extraordinarily optimistic" and reiterate the need to separate "best case" from "base case."
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Face The Nation Oct 25
. calls 's timeline "aggressive," adding that it's unrealistic to believe a vaccine will be widely available before Q2 2021.
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Face The Nation Oct 25
. cautions that even if vulnerable Americans get vaccinated by the end of the year, they're "not going to have protective immunity until 2021," adding that a vaccine is "not going to affect the contours" of the next few months.
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Face The Nation Oct 25
What masks should Americans be using when they make plans to vote in-person during ? What is the safest mask on the market right now? explains how to safely on -->
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Carol Ross Joynt Oct 25
Regarding the latest outbreak of at the , says “I think everyone in the White House right now should be wearing a .“ He calls it an obligation. .
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