VIDEO eng. (31 min) Dr. Campbell: Unsere Medien entdecken Vitamin D

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  • Sein begleitender Text: "Eine erschreckende Grafik zeigt, wie Covid-19-Patienten, die im Krankenhaus landen, mit ziemlicher Sicherheit sterben werden, wenn sie einen Vitamin-D-Mangel haben"

  • Als unabhängige Stimme aus Großbritannien bestätigt der Kollege Campbell unsere Position: "Vitamin D als Schutz vor Covid-19"

  • Er stellt Studien als Beweis für die Wirkungsweise von Vitamin D vor.


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Capmbell

welcome to this video today I want to
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think about the recent attention that
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vitamin D has been getting because I
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think that's a really good thing because
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the combination of vitamin D and
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dexamethasone correctly used I believe
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has got the potential to save a lot of
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lives and I want to focus on vitamin D
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today but just before I do that I'm just
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gonna say a couple of things about
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dexamethasone lots of people have
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written to me saying I knew
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dexamethasone worked weeks ago or months
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ago well the answer to that suggestion
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is that you didn't know you didn't know
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you guessed we only knew when we had the
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trial data this is why we had to have
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the trial data so quite a few people are
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looking back and saying oh yeah well we
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had it right all along yeah that's right
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you did but you were guessing you only
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know when you've got the trial data so
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moving on to the vitamin D now the
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reason I'm a bit optimistic has been
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quite a lot of publicity lately so that
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this is a from the Daily Mail and tarifa
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it's not my style as you'll see
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terrifying chart shows out covered 19
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patients who end up in hospital maybe
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almost certain to dive they're a vitamin
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D deficiency now this is from a study in
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Indonesia which I'm going to give you
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the link again for but we did report on
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this in great detail at the time quite
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some time ago now good six weeks ago
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more probably of Indian is in Indonesian
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experts of analyzed hospital records of
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780 people who tested positive now those
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who were vitamin D deficient so those
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were vitamin D deficiency this study
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shows that ninety eight point nine
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percent of those died but for the ones
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that had plenty of vitamin D only four
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point one percent died and I remember at
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the time jumping up and down about this
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saying how important this was and at the
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time it was basically ignored but now it
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seems to have been picked up by the
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media which is good so we've got we've
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got these figures here we've got 98.9%
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dying in those that were deficient 4.1
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percent dying in the group
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that weren't deficient so that's pretty
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interesting straight away isn't it
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and this is now to be reviewed by scan
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now scan is the UK government body
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responsible for investigating these
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things and it actually started looking
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at this last month in May and it stands
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for the SLO committee against nutrition
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oh no sorry I've just made a mistake
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it doesn't actually stand for the SLO
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committee against nutrition slip of the
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tongue it actually stands for the
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Scientific Advisory Committee on
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nutrition which advised the British
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government and public health England to
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apologize for that sarcasm but it just
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it just beggars credulity that he only
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started working on this last month
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public health England NHS regulators
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nice are doing a separate review so
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we've got this Scientific Advisory
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Committee on nutrition now looking at it
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looking at vitamin D public health
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England and looking at it and of course
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this committee feeds into public health
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England so they're looking at it and the
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National Institute for clinical and Care
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excellence is also looking into it
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they're doing a separate review some
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might say better late than never
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now if you want to look back I mentioned
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this first on the 28th of January and
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then in great detail on the 9th of March
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and a couple times since then now I put
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this on this is not to me mouths off
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saying I guessed it right because the
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this the these statements I was making
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on the 28th of January when guesses what
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I did was I looked at the data now I'm
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just one ordinary guy it just happens I
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can read and I read the scientific
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papers and I thought ah vitamin D viral
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infections and had joined the two
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together I mean how hard is that I'm not
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particularly bright I just did it it was
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easy you know and many many of you did
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the same thing as well and yet the
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government groups don't quite seem to
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have got there so the government group
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started work in May we fronted up in
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January but this was just based on
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things that were in the
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basic just things from the basic public
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domain scientific information that was
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out there this is not this is not
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anything mystical just basic reading
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with a bit of common sense and as you
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know since then our most days I've been
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taking this and there's 25 micrograms of
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vitamin D which is a thousand
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international units now how much vitamin
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do you take you need to talk about that
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with your doctor I deal because it is a
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bit complicated I might go into some of
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the complications of why it's
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complicated later on but I want to get
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some basic information out first
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although lately I've been I've been
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working at the allotment in the Sun with
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my shirt off which has been unpleasant
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as I've said before but I haven't
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bothered with this because I've been
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getting plenty of Sun and it turns out
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people in the states don't know what
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allotments are so an allotment is a
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small patch of ground that you rent off
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the council then you grow food on it and
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that's what the block mint is now this
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Indonesian study that they're talking
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about here this is the study here and do
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check it out for yourself
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patterns have covered 19 mortality and
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vitamin D and Indonesian study so we
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talked about this I think pretty well as
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soon as it came out it was on it was on
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the video as soon as it came out we
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talked about this in some detail with
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other evidence and what we did we also
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compared this with other evidence that
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that supported the case for the efficacy
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of vitamin D and Prevention and you
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might remember the graphics that Liz did
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for us that I will show you again later
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in this video as well that we did as a
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consequence of this information and
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vitamin D is a risk factor so this group
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adjusted for confounders in other words
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in this study they found what you would
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expect they found that older people were
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more likely to die they found that men
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were more lighter died than women they
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found that people with diabetes or
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hypertension or heart failure or chronic
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obstructive pulmonary disease were more
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or dementia they found that those people
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were more like it's diet we knew that
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but they are justed for all that so that
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was all adjusted for and when that was
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interested for people with vitamin D
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insufficiency
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so people whose vitamin D was down a
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little bit were of seven point six three
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times more likely to die and people that
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had the very low blow what levels of
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vitamin D were
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10.12 times more likely to die so I mean
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this this date has been clear for some
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time and the p-value there is high so
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the probability well the p-value is low
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that means the probability that this
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result arose by chance is very low so
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there's a 1 in 1,000 chance that this is
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not a genuine resolve the peak or naught
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point naught naught 1 so this highly
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significant data and we emphasize this
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at the time you know this is not newest
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stuff but it's coming to press attention
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now which is good vitamin D supplement
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to prevent acute respite tract infection
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this is just one example we talked about
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this on the 15th of February we talked
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about this so vitamin D supplement was
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safe and it protected against acute was
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prior to tract infection overall British
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Medical Journal so the British Medical
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Journal knew on the 15th of February I
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knew on the 16th of February and this
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committee seems to start its work in May
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I don't know if it was early May or late
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May but you know what were they doing
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all this time it really is quite
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incredible disparities and the risk and
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outcomes of covered 19 now this was the
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report that the government was all
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singing and dancing about a couple of
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weeks ago because we knew that's tragic
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tragically as I've been flagging up for
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some time as many of you have known for
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some time
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in fact I'll just show you the graphic
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that's highly pertinent we've known that
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people from black Asian and ethnic
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minority groups in the UK are more
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likely to die when infected with Kovac
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19 so Liz kindly did this super graphic
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for us weeks ago and it shows this that
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the lighter colored skin is bad because
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it burns more easily in the Sun but
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produces vitamin D more quickly darker
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colored skin is good because it protects
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from sunburn but produces vitamin D at a
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slower rate and for example we know that
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African Americans are the vast majority
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of them are deficient in vitamin D and
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at the time I suggested this to be the
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principal calls
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the principal cause in my view of why
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people from black and Asian ethnic
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minority groups were dying at such a
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disproportionate rate in the UK and so
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the government commissioned this great
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big thing on it and I ready all is
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remarkably boring and they talk about
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combina but they talk about economic
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factors and sociological factors and
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institutional factors no mention of it
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some indie I mean it's just unbelievable
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and yet lizzard provided this graphic no
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no again this is this is not me and Liz
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being particularly clever this is this
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is well-established well-known stuff and
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the government the UK government manages
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to write a whole report and completely
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ignore this basic obvious variable now
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in the last few days The Guardian
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newspaper now The Guardian does some
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good information on health don't like it
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for everything but it does good
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information on health and and the garden
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have published an exclusive now The
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Guardian have said it's an exclusive so
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it must be an exclusive the bottom the
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fact we were talking about it in January
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of course but the garden says an
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exclusive so that's good enough for me
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must be an exclusive Scientific Advisory
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Committee on nutrition scam does that
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not stand for slow Committee Against
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Nutrition no The Guardian I've got it
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right besides if ik Advisory Committee
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on nutrition that I'll be right so they
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began work last month May hooray hurrah
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they've managed to start considering
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recent evidence on our I apologize I'm
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being and being a bit sarcastic and I
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it's really not good enough I'm going to
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stop it now but it really is difficult
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to understand how the bin so obtuse
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obtuse is the word the bin obtuse
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considering recent developments of
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vitamin D and acute respiratory tract
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infection good like to see they're doing
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it at last evidence will be considered
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on specific population groups good as
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per Liz's poster and that National
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Institute for Health and Care excellence
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are also working on this now this is
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what the Guardians reported so that they
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conducted a rapid are they're conducting
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a rapid evidence review on vitamin D in
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the context of Kovac nineteen so this is
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the Guardian exclusively reporting
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exclusively reporting that nicely doing
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this rapid assessment and they also
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quote professor of respiratory medicine
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in immunity vitamin D could almost be
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thought of as a designer drug for
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helping the body to handle viral
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respiratory infections so me and the
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professor agree I'm not a professor
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Noblet seriously it's good to it's good
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to hear people of this caliber making
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such clear statements and then there's a
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couple more he also said it boosts the
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ability of cells to kill and resist
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viruses and simultaneously dampens down
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the harmful inflammation which is one of
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the big problems with covered now we
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know this don't we the the lungs become
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inflamed as part of this so-called
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cytokine storm and again Liz had all
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this covered
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weeks ago in this poster that you may
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well remember of all the vitamin D plays
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in protecting your lung so this
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inflammatory reaction in the lungs where
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the lungs fill up with fluid the vitamin
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D are making this less likely because
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it's modulating the effects of these
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white cells so in the same way that
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dexamethasone combats the cytokine storm
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this is postulating as well as making
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the viral infection less likely in the
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beginning as well as having an
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immunological function to help the body
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protect against the virus the vitamin D
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of also modulates the immune Oh me
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immune
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inflammatory response and stops the
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inflammation going into overdrive
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causing too much inflammation so again
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it's working in both ways it's working
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in this antiviral but it's working in
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this immune system optimizing way which
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is de-facto antiviral but it's also
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dampening down this fatal or potentially
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very fatal cytokine storm so another
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good effect there high levels of melanin
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in the skin lead to lower levels of
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vitamin D this is the Guardian saying
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this so if the Guardian are saying it
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then the Guardian aren't known for
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pointing out differences between races
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shall we say high levels of melanin in
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the skin lead to lower levels of vitamin
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D creation which are exacerbated in
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countries which have less sunlight like
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the UK like the northern United States
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like Canada this causes the immune
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system to be weaker in other words I'm
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going to put it in a less delicate way
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I'm going to say darker skin produces
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vitamin D more slowly and that is I
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believe why many of these people have
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died now that brings us on to the report
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on ethnicity now this is is from the
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government it's the UK government report
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on ethnicity victim Indian health so
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it's a bit slow but they are addressing
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this directly now so that's good it's
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just a pity that so many people have had
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to die in the meantime vitamin D and
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health annualized mean vitamin D
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concentrations so this studies been done
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now in the UK so what they're taking is
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what they're doing is that what they did
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was they took they took vitamin D blood
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samples from different people in the UK
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at different times of the year now what
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you have in the UK is people tend to go
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out in the Sun more in summer so the
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vitamin D levels go up and then they
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don't go out in the Sun in winter cuz
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it's too cold so what you find is the
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vitamin D levels progressively drop over
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winter an hour are at their lowest about
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April and then
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they start going out in the Sun again
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and then the levels start to pick up
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again so the varies that the levels vary
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throughout the year as you would expect
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due to sun exposure so they took the
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average concentrations the mean serum
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concentrations that that's the amount
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the serum is the part of the blood that
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you spin down in the lab when when you
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want to test for things that are present
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in the plasma in life so white adults
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they had forty five nine and moles per
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liter as an average Asians Indian
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subcontinent primarily in the UK now in
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the UK when we say ages we mean
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primarily Bangladeshi Pakistani Indian
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in the States when you say Asian you
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mean tend to mean more Chinese Japanese
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Korean so Asian in this country are
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people who are from the Indian
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subcontinent primarily so their levels
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were half less than half twenty point
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five nine and moles per liter and people
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that were black in the UK twenty seven
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nanomoles per liter now first you might
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think this is surprising so why people
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no surprise but people with so black
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people obviously have darker colored
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skin than ages and they have higher
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levels so what accounts for the
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difference well it's behavioral
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black people are quite happy to go out
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sunbathing as a rule whereas many Asians
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don't especially women especially Muslim
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women who are covered all year-round and
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are very deficient in vitamin D so that
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accounts for the different levels but we
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can see even even in the the black
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British population twenty seven point
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seven as opposed to forty five point
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eight and this is already quite low this
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is already quite low so basically I
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would say that means the entire
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population is vitamin D deficiency and
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particularly Asians and black people are
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vitamin D deficient how hard is this to
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work out so that they recommend the
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government are recommending ten
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micrograms of vitamin D which is 400
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units proposed for the general UK
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population aged four and above not for
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me to advise you what to take but I'm
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taking 25 micrograms in fact most of the
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time I've been taking 50 micrograms a
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day the British government
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recommendation is 10 micrograms a day
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I'm taking 50 micrograms a day when I
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take it and they say to serum
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concentrations to be greater than 25
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nano moles a litre which I will consider
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to be well into the deficient range
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people should take 10 nanograms per mil
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so we see that the recommendations here
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are very very conservative these are in
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my view remarkably small doses but hey
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it's not for me to argument go argue
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with government reports is it Scottish
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government likewise has already
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published so the Scottish Government's
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ahead of the game a vitamin D advice for
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all age groups published on the 3rd of
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June remember when we started talking
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about this January Scottish government
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published on the 3rd of June again the
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basically revising 10 micrograms or very
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small dose specifically recommending
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that groups at a higher risk of vitamin
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D deficiency that is people with dark
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colored skin people that stay inside all
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- all the time take a supplement or
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pregnant and breastfeeding women they
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had rise to take a supplement infants
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and children under 5 years old to advise
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to take a supplement and people who have
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low exposure to the Sun particularly
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people in care homes for example whose
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died most in this outbreak the people
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were the lowest that was a bit some
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indeed in camps this is the Scottish
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government again I'm not gonna bother
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reading it all it's a bit boring it's
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fairly obvious well we'll pick people
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from minority ethnic groups with dark
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skin such as African afro-caribbean
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South Asian origin who require more sun
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exposure to make as much vitamin D so
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these are the people that should be
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taking supplements according to the
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government the Scottish government
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Scottish government recommendations 10
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to 15 minutes of unprotected sun
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exposure is safe 10 to 15 minutes in
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Scottish Sun it's not is not much for
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most of the year now this is an
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important point so I will concede to the
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Scottish government on this and they
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again we've been saying it for years
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once sunscreen is correctly applied
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vitamin D synthesis is blocked so this
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is unprotected sun exposure we're
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talking about here staying in the Sun
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for prolonged periods without the
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protection of sunscreen increases the
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risk of skin cancer okay that's true
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it's that they're being remarkably
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conservative here basically reading
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between the lines they're trying to sit
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say you need vitamin D but I'm not going
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to take the risk of recommending how you
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get it that seems to be what they're
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saying to me rather pathetic actually
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too much vitamin D may be harmful but
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you have to take an awful lot daily
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supplements of the recommended amount
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will be enough so they say avoid a high
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daily dose vitamin D supplements more
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than a hundred micrograms for adults and
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more than eleven and children from the
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age of eleven so what what they are
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saying is so that these are these are 25
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micrograms tablets that I've told you
20:52
repeatedly I'm taking what the Scottish
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government is saying he should not take
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more than 100 micrograms that's four of
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these so the Scottish government is
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saying don't take more than 100
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micrograms in other words it's saying
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don't take more than four thousand
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international units a day but I've been
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taking 2,000 international units which
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is 25 and of course you probably saw the
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excellent interview with Rahul who's
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originally from Kerala living in Germany
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and he he started in January I think
21:24
taking he started off taking one of
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these a day then he won fairly quickly -
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- and his vitamin D levels were five
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nanograms a mill in January and I think
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when he took it again in early June I
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believe he took it again by taking two
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of these a day that gone up to 33
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nanograms per mil so
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the holes vitamin D levels were
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dramatically improved by taking two of
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these a day he took 50 micrograms a day
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that's what we all did and this it that
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is consistent actually with what the
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Scottish Government saying because
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they're saying don't take more than four
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of those a day so in other words the
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Scottish government is saying you should
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take if you take ten like my own
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micrograms a day that's what they're
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recommending but then the same don't
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take more than 100 which is a heck of a
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range of course so you can see why
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they're being rather conservative so my
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duty is to report to you that the
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Scottish Government is saying don't take
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more than hundred micrograms a day
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advising not more than 50 micrograms for
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children and more than 25 micrograms for
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infants under 12 months so they're the
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upper doses that they are they are
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suggesting now I've talked to quite a
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few people in India I've got quite a few
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contacts in different parts of India and
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I've told them to go to the doctor and
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an Indian doctors in different parts of
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the country that there and not say I'm
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not telling you saying do this but that
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they are giving what they're doing in
23:08
India the Indian doctors in two or three
23:11
circumstances have talked about that
23:13
they're giving sixty thousand units a
23:15
week for six weeks to top them up and
23:17
then 60 thousand units per month for six
23:19
months so that's what Indian doctors do
23:22
now I will mention this we talked about
23:24
this in detail when we talked to Matt
23:28
how much vitamin D you need to top you
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up depends on how low late year levels
23:32
are to begin with so if you if you've
23:35
got very low levels of vitamin D and
23:38
you're obese for example then it's going
23:40
to take quite some time and quite large
23:42
doses to get your vitamin D up because
23:43
when you swallow the vitamin D if you
23:45
take it by mouth the vitamin D goes into
23:47
the fatty tissue and it's stored there
23:49
and you have to fill up the fatty tissue
23:51
first before the vitamin D spills over
23:53
into the blood and if you've got a lot
23:57
of adipose tissue that can take a long
23:59
time so people that are very deficient
24:02
and obese can take a lot of vitamin D to
24:06
top them up whereas people that have got
24:08
relatively reasonable levels of vitamin
24:10
D and are quite thin then obviously then
24:12
you're going to need much smaller
24:13
amounts that's why I keep saying going
24:15
to your doc go to your doctor to get a
24:16
specific recommendation for yourself so
24:23
there we go so we've got we've got this
24:25
scientific advisory committee on
24:27
nutrition
24:29
working on it we've got the National
24:31
Institute for Health and Care excellence
24:33
working on it and we've got public
24:34
health England now working on it so
24:37
that's good so what I'm hoping is they
24:39
come up with realistic expectations soon
24:42
so realistic results soon and when we
24:47
get those results it'll be interesting
24:50
to publicize those results because this
24:55
has got the potential to save huge
24:58
numbers of lives all around the world
25:00
so as we speak now that we know
25:05
dexamethasone is efficacious in severe
25:09
reactions to covered 19 that can cause
25:13
inflammatory reactions in the lungs by
25:15
cytokine mechanisms in people that are
25:18
on oxygen therapy and people that are
25:20
ventilated now that knowledge is know
25:21
now that doctors can read that a lot of
25:24
lives are being saved with dexamethasone
25:25
now as we speak
25:27
because we have the trial data so we
25:31
really do need the trial data on vitamin
25:33
D this really needs to be done but in
25:36
the meantime until good trial data is in
25:38
we look forward to the renewed
25:41
recommendations from the Scientific
25:43
Advisory Committee on nutrition from
25:44
public health England and from the nice
25:47
Institute and they should be out in the
25:51
next week or two so that means that
25:54
probably out in the next month or so so
25:58
we'll look forward to those and of
25:59
course as soon as they're available I
26:01
will be I will be reporting on them my
26:05
last up of some of you lovely people we
26:11
are today
26:13
here we have Caroline from Liverpool so
26:21
Caroline from Liverpool as we see is
26:25
taking vitamin D and watching on her
26:28
smartphone wonderful Caroline thank you
26:30
for that I'd like to see you're watching
26:33
in Liverpool good ah this is Francis now
26:40
on the way Francis is from well I can't
26:46
say it what
26:47
well worst worst Chester I guess sorry
26:51
about that I'm a bit dyslexic anyway
26:53
it's in Massachusetts Francis and
26:55
delighted you're watching let's just say
26:57
in Massachusetts and my rap I think is
27:02
going around the world now I strongly
27:06
suspect that there's people out there
27:09
who are better singers than me so if
27:13
they would like to sing this for me I'm
27:16
more than happy to play it
27:18
it's Rewald rock you isn't it no mask on
27:21
your face you big disgrace Thank You
27:24
Francis spreading your germs all over
27:27
the place
27:31
good to see you watching Francis in
27:33
Massachusetts thank you for watching
27:35
now this was interesting um know who
27:38
sent me this in Frank Fran Francisco
27:44
from Barcelona now this is interesting
27:47
so barcelona northern spain of course it
27:53
looks like the milk there is fortified
27:55
with vitamin d so without this it's
28:01
reasonable to assume that the death
28:03
rates would have been even higher so it
28:08
looks like there's 1.5 UJ e that that's
28:12
a mu that's micrograms well i wrote as
28:15
mcg micrograms per 100 mils of milk and
28:22
3 micrograms per 200 mil glass of milk
28:26
so we don't do this in the UK so it
28:33
could be that it transposes that trial
28:35
data shows in the future we'll know for
28:39
sure or more like much more certain to
28:42
know that that saved a lot of lives in
28:45
Spain well this is galvo watches in a
28:48
city called old rishi which is Edinburgh
28:53
my dad told me that when as a cleared
28:55
Edinburgh court was called old Ricky
28:57
which means a smelly place but of course
29:02
Edinburgh now are a very very clean city
29:04
apart from the diesel fumes and the
29:06
micro particulates anyway I digress
29:09
glad you're watching Gavin at Edinburgh
29:13
this is hum Bart and a pinnate who live
29:17
in the Upper East Side in Manhattan so
29:20
glad to see you're watching ah yes yes
29:25
yes this is Michael in Herefords gonna
29:27
get a special mention because Michael
29:32
not only watches my videos he makes
29:34
broccoli soup and you may remember that
29:38
I showed you how to make broccoli soup
29:41
on a video while talking about the
29:43
nutrition so my poor link to that again
29:46
it was quite good fun so broccoli of
29:50
course is very very good for you so that
29:52
was a Mike linear food actually looks
29:54
better than 9 Michael I must say so to
29:57
do hope you enjoyed your your super good
30:03
one this is a oh this is ninja granny
30:08
better known as a Judy in Toronto Canada
30:13
so great so you're watching Judy in in
30:16
Canada thank you for the picture it's
30:22
Mindy and vitamin k2 very good this is
30:26
Paul who also watches in Toronto Canada
30:31
just guessing but Paul might be a Star
30:33
Trek fan that glad you're watching Paul
30:38
great to know you're watching in Canada
30:41
this is Raymond and kit in st. Paul
30:46
Minnesota in the States so glad to know
30:51
you are watching together in San Paul
30:55
thank you for the picture
30:58
this is Robin who's in British Columbia
31:01
in Canada
31:03
looks like Robins a musician so you
31:05
might record us something you never know
31:07
but good to know you're watching Robin
31:09
thank you for sending that picture in
31:10
from British Columbia in Canada this is
31:17
Wayne in Oregon I think Wayne might make
31:20
models of the virus which is course is
31:22
very interesting so that's that looks
31:25
pretty cool and we're glad to know you
31:27
watching Wayne in Ontario good news