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Department of Medicine Grand Rounds: SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 in Neurology, Obstetrics, and Pediatrics - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Haas
46:50
eeds code is 44loam
Mark Haas
47:16
feel free to send questions through the chat
Yujuan Zhang
59:12
could not see the slides
Yujuan Zhang
59:24
good now
Karen Freund
01:14:39
Thanks Alex for your including in your discussion of disparities in morbidity from covid in communities of color, and the issues of intimate partner violence
Neel Madan
01:20:31
we don’t see slides!
Yujuan Zhang
01:20:50
i see it fine
Karen Freund
01:23:39
Cody, if you open the schools, the kids don't get sick, but their teachers, their parents, and their grandparents do. Isn't this the reason we closed everything including the schools?
Kimberly Levasseur-Franklin
01:26:26
Any insight on the small cases of severe inflammatory illnesses being reported in pediatric patients requiring hospitalization, from Germany and in NY? There is a suggestion it may be related to COVID 19 virus.
Neel Madan
01:29:38
do you think we will realistically have a virus before herd immunity is developed and we see a decline in the number of cases?
Joel Oster
01:39:43
for those that need to leave at 1 hopefully a link to this can be sent by email or some means to those who registered to hear the 3rd presentation by Dr Thaler/Neurology- many thanks
Mark Haas
01:44:42
if you send any questions through the chat we will send out the answers afterwards with the link to view the full presentation
Sucharita Kher
01:45:06
Mark - can you remind us of the CME code? Thank you.
Mark Haas
01:45:20
44loam