Coronavirus: Expert Conversations
Coronavirus: Expert Conversations
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A compilation of expert conversations about the coronavirus across the Fox News Podcast network.
Global Pandemic: Smart Tech Tries to Predict Coronavirus Outbreaks
Schools and businesses across the United States are trying to track possible coronavirus outbreaks by using smart technology. One of those devices is a smart thermometer that shares information with others giving users the ability to possibly predict a spike in cases. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Inder Singh, the CEO of Kinsa, about how smart technology and artificial intelligence can help schools and businesses stay ahead of an outbreak. See for privacy information.
Sep 10
13 min
Global Pandemic: Russia Facing International Backlash Over Poisoning, Domestic Protests Over Vaccine
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny is out of a medically induced coma and doctors say it is too early to gauge his recovery prospects. The poisoning has been met with international condemnation but Russian President Vladimir Putin is also facing domestic backlash from teachers who are protesting a mandatory vaccine that hasn't hit third trial testing. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Luke Coffey, of the Heritage Foundation, about the poisoning of Navalny and if we can trust their vaccine. See for privacy information.
Sep 9
14 min
Global Pandemic: Occupational Therapist's Role in COVID-19 Recovery
The coronavirus affects people differently but it can have you bed-ridden for multiple weeks causing a loss of strength and mobility. Occupational therapists help return recovering patients their independence and make sure they can return to normal life.  FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Michael Urban, Senior Lecturer at the University of New Haven, about the work these therapists are doing and the difficulties they face during the pandemic. See for privacy information.
Sep 8
12 min
Global Pandemic: Global Headlines Can Connect People
There have been criticisms of the media's coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic but its role in informing the public and sharing the stories of others should not be denied. FOX's Trey Yingst discusses the media's responsibility while covering global headlines.    See for privacy information.
Sep 4
11 min
Global Pandemic: Support for Working Parents During the Pandemic
The uncertainty of the new school year brings working parents new challenges as they seek to balance life and career through the pandemic. These parents look for support to find answers to the latest problems including childcare, health care and personal parenting advice. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Debi Yadegari, CEO of Villyge, about how her company tries to provide those answers for employees.   See for privacy information.
Sep 3
14 min
Global Pandemic: Lebanon Sees Spike in COVID-19 After Beirut Blast
There has been a distinct spike in coronavirus cases in Lebanaon following the massive explosion that damaged most of Beirut earlier this month. Meanwhile, French President Macron made his second trip to the country since the explosion offering aid and urging the expedited formation of a new cabinet. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Dr. Ibrahim Hazboun, Fox News Field Producer, about how the explosion in Beirut set back Lebanon's fight against COVID-19 and the political future of the country.  See for privacy information.
Sep 2
15 min
Global Pandemic: Yemen's Healthcare System is Collapsing
Yemen's healthcare system has disintegrated under the strains of civil war and a late wave of COVID-19 that hit the country. Hospitals are closing down or refusing to admit COVID-19 patients and hospital workers without proper PPE are not going to work for fear of contracting it. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Aaron Brent, the Yemen country director for CARE, about the situation in Yemen and what his organization is doing to help. See for privacy information.
Sep 1
11 min
Global Pandemic: Positive Vaccine News Can Fuel Optimism in the Markets
Recent gains in the markets and employment numbers may be attributed to optimism that there will be a vaccine by early next year. A disconnect still remains between rising stocks and a struggling economy with high unemployment. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Shana Sissel, the CIO of the Spotlight Asset Group, about the current state of the economy and the disconnect. See for privacy information.
Aug 28
12 min
Global Pandemic: Over a Billion Children Lack Remote learning Access
A new report by the United Nations says that nearly a billion and a half children around the world will not be able to remote learn. They are calling it an education emergency that will impact societies for decades to come. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Robert Jenkins, the Global Chief of Education at UNICEF, on the repercussions of children losing multiple school years and what his organization is doing to help governments change the situation. See for privacy information.
Aug 27
12 min
Global Pandemic: Mental Health Awareness And Coping During the COVID-19 Crisis
During this time of lockdowns, significant life changes and the downright uncertainty, our mental health is just as important as our physical. Other stressors including hurricanes, racial unrest and a national election are adding to anxieties.. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Psychologist Dr. Melissa Whitson on ways to combat stress and anxiety during the pandemic.  See for privacy information.
Aug 26
15 min
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