Looking at a number of key studies on fecal viability of the virus, transmission within fitness classes in Korea, how long antibodies from SARS1 last, the mechanics of speech transmission, whether recovered patients who test positive are infectious, and seroprevalence among children in Geneva.
Then an assessment of reports that data from Florida and Georgia may be unreliable, plus a short world news segment hitting on China and India.
Articles and studies cited on the show
Florida data transparency issues [Florida Today; CBS 12; TampaBay.com]
India’s ‘Maximum City’ engulfed by coronavirus
100 million in China back under lockdown
Study showing fecal transmission
The airborne lifetime of small speech droplets and their potential importance in SARS-CoV-2 transmission
Simply talking in confined spaces may be enough to spread the coronavirus, researchers say
Geneva study showing transmission from kids to adults
Repeated seroprevalence of anti-SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies in a population-based sample from Geneva, Switzerland
Covid Patients Testing Positive After Recovery Aren’t Infectious, Study Shows. They’re shedding only dead virus
Lack of cross-neutralization by SARS patient sera towards SARS-CoV-2
Cluster of Coronavirus Disease Associated with Fitness Dance Classes, South Korea