On today’s podcast, I want to look at some different issues involving the coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19 pandemic to include the varying fatality rates in certain countries, US pandemic preparedness and what we should be doing moving forward.
Joining me to look at these issues and more is Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, Amesh Adalja, MD.
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Other podcasts with Dr Adalja:
Amesh Adalja, MD on Outbreak News TV
Talking Hepatitis A with Dr Amesh Adalja
Raw water: ‘In defiance of everything science tells us’
Brucella RB51, pasteurization and the risks of consuming raw milk
Cholera: The disease, the Yemen crisis and the vaccine
Chickenpox outbreak in an Asheville school: A ‘viral exchange center’
Adenovirus: What is it and why the high percentage of deaths in the NJ outbreak?
Diphtheria: A short history, the disease, treatment and the success of the vaccines
Infant botulism and honey pacifiers
The first podcast I did on this virus was on Jan. 10, 2020 with Daniel Lucey, MD, MPH:
On Feb. 7, 2020, I did a second podcast with Rodney Rohde, PhD:
2 thoughts on “COVID-19: How does it compare with the 2009 H1N1 pandemic, US pandemic preparedness”