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Elhajj, Nabih
18:58
SBDC@LLCC.edu (Kevin Lust)
Kevin Lust
19:40
Kevin Lust, DirectorIllinois Small Business Development Centerat Lincoln Land Community CollegeLLCC Capital City Training Center; 130 West Mason StreetSpringfield, Illinois 62701 217.786.4530 kevin.lust@llcc.edu
Kevin Lust
20:17
Thanks, Nabih! Either address will get to me.
Downtown Springfield
45:23
Could you explain more why "28 days" was the chosen timeline for hospital admissions?
Prashanth Sankaran
49:53
What is the start date for the metric to decide entering phase 3... is it using data from May 1st or from April 1st? And what resources are being planned to be used for contact tracing?
Michael Baker - DCEO
51:08
Is it possible regions could regress to a prior phase?
MLAMB
51:59
Start of the metric of each phase begins with the day entering into that particular phase.
MLAMB
54:20
Yes, I meant to emphasize the regression that could occur and actions. For example, in Phase II, if there is sustained increase in positivity rate, sustained increase in hospital admissions that threaten surge capability, significant outbreak in region. If this is so, and based off of on-the-ground feedback from LHDs and health care system, a recommendation could be to the state to move the region back to the previous phase.
brentemmerich
54:38
Why was each region not assessed a specific phase based on their previous COVID results.
MLAMB
01:10:37
The Stay-at-Home EO was statewide and Restore IL started with a statewide effort transitioning to a regional approach. It was done in a way of a baseline start for through the phases.
MLAMB
01:11:37
I was asked about why 28 days was used for the metric of no overall increase in hospital admission: Hi, 14 days is the incubation period for COVID-19. The metric timelines either follow 1 or 2 incubation periods. The incubation period is the time from exposure to the onset of symptoms. We typically say two incubation periods to be post outbreak, when speaking about the cluster or outbreaks we're monitoring, given continued public health principles.
MLAMB
01:12:05
Sorry!
Sommer, Bruce A
01:15:28
Unfortunately Molly had to leave the webinar. I will make sure she gets the questions moving forward and that were not answered here. Also, feel free to email me with any questions after the webinar. Bruce.Sommer@uis.edu
Sommer, Bruce A
01:26:17
https://www.centerforhealthsecurity.org/our-work/publications/operational-toolkit-for-businesses-considering-reopening-or-expanding-operations-in-covid-19
Sommer, Bruce A
01:27:26
The link I added above is to John Hopkinā€™s Bloomberg School of Public Health Guide for Businesses Considering opening or Expanding in COVID-19