This week's Corona Update looks at Corona in kids, how two countries beat the US like a redheaded stepchild when it came to fighting Corona, and we throw some shade at a G-Strain.
The guys discuss recent evidence of a 1,000 year old romantic tryst in South America, breaking barriers in the most important US industry, and how a recent discovery might blow the doors off of cancer treatment.
This week's Corona Update looks at the extensive vaccine development program and projected vaccine availability dates, some scary Corona numbers from the last week, and how to measure Covid's impact when neither positive tests nor death rates are a consistently accurate measure.
Also, sadly, we have to once again refute a much more popular podcast's Corona news.
In this week's Coronavirus update we talk about promising treatments (including some that are already approved), a new variant of SARS-CoV2 that is 3 to 9 times more infectious than the original and that has almost completely replaced the old variant, a monoclonal antibody from the original SARS that looks like it works against SARS-CoV2, and whether or not sunlight is killing the virus before it can infect you in some circumstances.
The guys discuss how fish can get to isolated ponds nowhere near another water source, how a really old dog from Siberia is making us rethink the history of dog breeds, and how the newest pandemic coming out of China is so much hipper than Coronavirus.
This week's Corona update includes an amazingly important article that is being almost universally undiscussed, how Covid-19 infections may actually cause diabetes, and why not all anti-maskers are clinical naracissts, but all clinical naracissts are probably anti-maskers.