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Expert Advisory Panel 4: Public Health, Safety and Logistics - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalia Linos
24:47
are you seeing pediatric breakthrough cases or mostly in unvaccinated kids?
Serena Rajabiun
30:44
also people spending more time outside than indoors
David Gacioch
51:13
@Cindy -- as of now, those who are fully vaccinated do not need to quarantine if they are close contacts, so they can simply "stay" (without testing daily).
Sarita Chung
51:53
Agree with Tricia that tests are limited
Sarita Chung
01:01:56
There should still be a emphasis to stay home when sick
Lakshman Swamy
01:15:04
I agree it's totally learnable and reasonable. also practical for everyone to get comfortable with this.
John Kleschinsky
01:15:14
For those that have feedback on Brookline Public Health distribution of at-home tests, or want to connect me with potential community partners, I can be reached at jkleschinsky@brooklinema.gov or 617-730-2297
John Kleschinsky
01:21:06
Agreed Lakshan
John Kleschinsky
01:29:47
I get this to Dave so he can e-mail it out, but the engineer is Aaron Collins https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/why-we-need-to-upgrade-our-face-masks-and-where-to-get-them/
John Kleschinsky
01:30:57
Here is his Google Sheet of masks and test results https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1i06OAItoOwIUaMjElr8mhh0Rw-it6WL-ODIQMZUOQxE/edit#gid=0
Sarita Chung
01:37:08
Agree with Serena
Serena Rajabiun
01:39:08
Great idea!
Serena Rajabiun
01:44:37
I have to run for another meeting. Have a great holiday all! Please let me know if I can help with any communication education and facilitating communication especially with BHS PTOs
John Kleschinsky
01:45:00
Thank you Serena.
John Kleschinsky
02:03:42
Robert, the state does report it, the Boston Globe puts together some helpful tables and graphs on breakthrough cases, hospitalizations, and deaths: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2020/03/10/nation/latest-coronavirus-numbers-massachusetts/?p1=Covid_Widget