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Join CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta for the latest news about the coronavirus. He'll make sense of the headlines, speak with the experts and give you all the information you need to stay safe and healthy.
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How does one of the largest school districts in the country plan for 200,000 K-12 students to start the year, virtually? CNN’s Bianna Golodryga speaks with Dr. Grenita Lathan, the interim superintendent of the Houston Independent School District about her decision to keep students and teachers out of the classroom when they first “return” to school and how “in-person” learning may eventually be achieved.
Back to School Jitters

Back to School Jitters

2020-07-3111:131

We’re kicking off a week of episodes dedicated to how kids, teachers and parents are grappling with back to school safety. What are the best solutions for in-person or remote learning? Will there be a "Covid slide" in childhood education? What's a pod? Today, CNN  anchor Laura Jarrett joins Dr. Sanjay Gupta to answer some of your most pressing questions.
The Philippine capital Manila currently holds the record for the world’s longest and strictest lockdown. During that time, tens of thousands of people were arrested for violating quarantine rules, and the government under President Rodrigo Duterte shut down one of the country's largest TV networks and passed a controversial anti-terrorism bill. In this episode, CNN International producer Ben Westcott, along with journalists Maria Ressa and The Washington Post’s Regine Cabato, take you to a part of the world where a public health crisis is met by force.
Throughout the pandemic there’s been a big question: Will recovering from the virus or being treated by an effective vaccine provide lasting immunity? CNN Contributor Erin Bromage shares why new studies from the last few weeks make him more hopeful than ever that the answer could be yes.
Ask Me Anything

Ask Me Anything

2020-07-2814:262

In today's episode, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers important new questions from listeners. From vaccines and testing delays to outdoor running and marching band practice, Dr. Gupta shares the latest guidance.
This year’s NFL season is scheduled to start on September 10, but players are headed to training camps starting this week. The league and its players have been going back and forth for weeks on Covid-19 safety procedures. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to NFL Chief Medical Officer Dr. Allen Sills about the steps the league will take to protect players, staff and fans.
More likely to be essential workers and less likely to have insurance, the country’s Latino population has been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks to Alta-Med Chief Operating Officer Dr. Efrain Talamantes about how Covid-19 has highlighted racial disparities the Latino community faces.
When the pandemic hit, most schools and child care centers in the country closed.  But a few places throughout the country stayed open. Even when the pandemic was at its worst, they provided care to the children of essential workers. CNN anchor Laura Jarrett takes us into one of these facilities to find out what it can teach us about the path forward for other schools and day cares.
As coronavirus cases in the United States near four million, CNN checks in with the nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci. CNN anchor Jake Tapper asks Dr. Fauci about schools, testing, vaccines and his relationship with President Trump.
A recent vaccine trial from Oxford University shows promising preliminary results, suggesting the vaccine can produce immune responses that may protect people against infection. Dr. Sanjay Gupta spoke with Dr. Barney Graham, the deputy director of the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health, about the science behind vaccines and how they work.
Mixed Messages

Mixed Messages

2020-07-2044:31

CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to Dr. James Curran, dean of Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health, about setbacks possibly caused by inconsistent leadership through this pandemic.
As the start of the school year fast approaches, there is more confusion about whether it will be safe to return to the classroom. Many teachers and families worry about the role kids might play in spreading the virus. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks with former acting CDC director Richard Besser about the risks and rewards of sending children back to school, as well as the importance of following public health guidance.
The View from Africa

The View from Africa

2020-07-1615:27

Many experts braced for the worst and predicted a Covid-19 crisis in Africa. But while numbers have climbed up in some countries like South Africa, the continent has largely escaped the worst of the pandemic. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with CNN International Correspondent David McKenzie, who’s based in South Africa, on how the continent has lived with the pandemic so far.
Behind the N95 Mask

Behind the N95 Mask

2020-07-1508:21

Peter Tsai isn’t exactly a household name, but his invention is. In 1995 he patented the fabric used to make N95 masks, which are one of the most effective face coverings to prevent the spread of Covid-19. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to Tsai about the role his creation has come to play in this global pandemic.
Over the weekend, Florida set a record for the most coronavirus cases reported in a single day. CNN correspondent Rosa Flores has been reporting from the state for months and joins Dr. Sanjay Gupta to talk about how the virus got so out of control.
How long is a Covid-19 test accurate for? Is it safe for visitors to see your newborn? CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers these frequently asked questions about the coronavirus.
The airline industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. Potential flyers have serious questions about whether airlines are doing enough to protect their health. CNN anchor and Boss Files host Poppy Harlow speaks with Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian about how one of the largest airlines in the world is responding to the coronavirus.
Immune System 101

Immune System 101

2020-07-0907:38

CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta hands things over to immunologist and CNN contributor Erin Bromage to talk about how our bodies respond to, fight off and succumb to Covid-19.
Classroom Chaos

Classroom Chaos

2020-07-0815:37

How do we safely reopen schools in the middle of a pandemic? CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta turns to CNN’s Bianna Golodryga and Evan McMorris-Santoro, who have been covering the impact of Covid-19 on education.
Contact tracing is an essential part of the public health effort to slow the spread of the virus. But it has also become a new opportunity for scammers trying to collect sensitive financial information. CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, explains how to work with real contract tracing divisions without getting scammed by the impersonators.
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Comments (71)

Peggy L Hanson

There is really no need for a clinical neuropsychologist in a COVID ICU or a COVID unit. I have wondered what it must be like to work there. I am trying to be there for my professional, hospital colleagues, but it has been hard to truly grasp their experience. Dr. Nick's description touched me. The concept of a vortex trying to suck you and the patient in was very helpful. When I tell someone they have terminal brain cancer it is an emotional experience for me, but I do not have a sense of a vortex sucking me and my patient in and taking us down. In the course of clinical training, we are taught to be empathic and to be with our patients. Being in a vortex with a patient has a very different feel to it. Thank you, Drs. Nick and Sanjay for sharing this. I now have a better understanding.

Jun 18th
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Phúc Sang Đq

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Jun 9th
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Olivia Frempong

this was beautiful thank you

Jun 5th
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Dominique Leib

This podcast has gotten really pointless and stupid

May 28th
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황영철

ㅈㄴ넵 ㅡ 드 ㅣ오뚜기 오뚜기 위탁수수료 급여미지급 19년10월 급여분부터 위탁점주 개인사업 메꾸느라 급여미지급 또는 일부만 지급 울산, 울주지역해당 회사에서는 이런상롯데오뚜기 위탁수수료 급여미지급 19년10월 급여분부터 위탁점주 개인사업 메꾸느라 급여미지급 또는 일부만 지급 울산, 울주지역해당 회사에서는 이런상황을 인지 못한 상태에서 위탁연장계약 농협전담조직이 생겨서 확연히 드러남 지점영업사원이 영업하고 있음.경북농협지점 1)롯데마트 대구 율하점 >대구축협 동대구ic점: 6백/월 (격고정 매장) ※차량 이동 약 7분 거리 2)롯데마트 칠성점 >북대구농협: 28백/월 (고정매장) >대구축협 본점: 4백/월 (순회매장) ※차량 이동 약 15분 거리 롯데마트 대구 율하점-대구축협 동대구ic점(격고정 매장), 자동차로 약 7분 거리 롯데마트 칠성점-북대구농협(고정매장), 대구축협 본점(순회매장), 차로 약 15분 거리) 이상입니다.마트 대구 율하점-대구축협 동대구ic점(격고정 매장), 자동차로 약 7분 거리 롯데마트 칠성점-북대구농협(고정매장), 대구축협 본점(순회매장), 차로 약 15분 거리) 이상입니다.황을😊 인지 못한 상태에서 위탁연장계약 농협전담조직이 생겨서 확연히 드러남 지점영업사원이 영업하고 있음.위탁수수료 급여미지급 19년10월 급여분부터 위탁점주 개인사업 메꾸느라 급여미지급 또는 일부만 지급 울산, 울주지역해당 회사에서는 이런상황을 인지 못한 상태에서 위탁연장계약 농협전담조직이 생겨서 확연히 드러남 지점영업사원이 영업하고 있음.

May 21st
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Jave Alan Geddes

Contextually Negligent News..

May 17th
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Tony Zac

lol. I'm working in sweat pants. my kid is on his PJs until 3pm.

May 12th
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LaDitra Birmingham

strang dreams don't disappear it would take medication like ambien to manage. I can become dangerous and disabled to people

May 2nd
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Jenny van Formosa

u want to learn from china??? are u serious? u want to learn this CCP virus source come from country. u must kidding me. U should learn from Taiwan not China for the result.

Apr 22nd
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜

Apr 19th
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜

Apr 17th
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craig neal

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Apr 16th
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Andi-Roo Libecap

I adore Dr. Fauci and I hope he makes it thru this ok -- career AND health! He's a national treasure and we need to protect him for the gem he truly is.

Apr 15th
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜............Fearing for their lives? What about the life of their victims ?

Apr 14th
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Dominique Leib

Who cares, they are on there for a reason. We have enough to deal with rn, keep them locked up.

Apr 14th
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜

Apr 14th
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜

Apr 14th
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Terri Meadows

I watch CNN multiple times a day. Our country needs healed... It's FAR from over 💔 Bless the ones who have been lost and their families,, there will be many more☹️💔☹️ GOD BLESS THIS WORLD 🙏🙏🙏

Apr 11th
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Alex Barber

fact vs fiction?

Apr 10th
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Monnie Moores

Thank You 💜

Apr 10th
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