Quarantined coronavirus patient details life since testing positive | USA TODAY

Quarantined coronavirus patient details life since testing positive | USA TODAY 1


Quarantined coronavirus patient details what his life has been like since testing positive.
RELATED: Inside Wuhan during coronavirus outbreak

Carl Goldman, a Diamond Princess passenger, details what life is like being quarantined in Omaha, Nebraska after testing positive for coronavirus.

» Subscribe to USA TODAY:
» Watch more on this and other topics from USA TODAY:
» USA TODAY delivers current local and national news, sports, entertainment, finance, technology, and more through award-winning journalism, photos, videos and VR.

16 Comments on "Quarantined coronavirus patient details life since testing positive | USA TODAY"

  1. Albeiro Lopez | March 9, 2020 at 4:13 PM | Reply

    I’m first to watch this

  2. Female Ranger of Norrath | March 9, 2020 at 4:20 PM | Reply

    Paid actor.
    Michigan is full of them.

  3. Julie Ann Wilson | March 9, 2020 at 4:26 PM | Reply

    exactly what I had but they wouldn’t test me because I hadn’t been travelling.

  4. Christy Woods | March 9, 2020 at 4:27 PM | Reply

    I know Carl and His wife!Me,JenGerard of Gerard Cosmetics and thousands of others on Twitter have been praying for them.His wife got to go home the other day and Carl is about to get out to!

  5. What will be the precautions when thousands more have it?

    • 650.000 peoples ae dying every year regular flu and in this flu time in a city with 1,2 miilions of inhabitans evey week every week 15.000 gets infected so what are taling about herer in a coutnry like germay with 80 millione of locals every year 150.000 !!! are dead becaouse of sideeffects of medication given by a medical dr…so …?????????? hype this hype is strange here and we are not china waht is working in china is not possible in a democraty….so ..

  6. nice video I loved it

  7. nice video you deserve more subscribers

  8. Jetstom Jetstom | March 9, 2020 at 5:43 PM | Reply

    The mortality rate in South Korea, where more than 1,100 tests have been administered per million residents ( several 100,000 in total) , comes out to just 0.6%.

    Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) killed about 10% of the people who got it, while Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) was even deadlier, killing 34% of patients. At least so far, COVID-19 does seem to be more lethal than the seasonal flu, but it’s closer to that end of the spectrum. Flu ( H1N1) has a mortality rate .08% and as of March 1 there has been 18000 flu deaths i. The US and they expect total flu deaths for 2020 will be 72,000.

    A more complete—and, less severe—picture of COVID-19 will likely emerge as the outbreak continues, testing capacity increases and data are refined.

  9. Only anyone that is 45 or older knows or has seen andromeda strain movie.. but if a millenial watched it now… I bet they would take this virus seriously.. that movie was extreme for it’s time. But a wakeup call in 2020..

  10. Sound like he got the less deadly strain of C19…..
    AND THE GOP ARE A DANGER TO ALL OF US!…It is Trump’s fault he cut the
    budget and fired key CDC players back in 2018! Trump has and keeps down
    playing, even to this day, so STOP BLAMING CHINA, IT’S HERE AND TRUMP
    U.S, Italy, Iran Have The Deadly forum of C-19.
    Trump really is the most incompetent President this nation has ever had

    American Hospital Association “Best Guess Epidemiology” for @ over next 2 months:
    96,000,000 infections
    4,800,000 hospitalizations
    1,900,000 ICU admissions
    480,000 deaths
    vs flu in 2019:
    35,500,000 infections
    490,600 hospitalizations
    49,000 ICU admissions

    34,200 deaths ……This is not “the flu”, “a
    flu”, or any type of flu! Coronavirus and Influenza are two entirely
    different viruses. People don’t freak out about getting the flu, because
    it has been around forever, we know how it works, and how it is
    treated. The population has antibodies to most flu strains, herd
    immunity, vaccines, etc… This Coronavirus is a new (novel) virus, that
    has never been in the human population. We don’t have any antibodies,
    no herd immunity, no treatment, no vaccines. We don’t even know how this
    virus really works, the incubation period, the way it’s spread, are all
    still very much unknowns. The virus has mutated multiple times already
    and will likely continue to do so. That is why people are concerned, and
    why such extreme measures are being deployed to slow the spread of the
    virus. Panicking doesn’t help, pretending its just a flu doesn’t

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.