I watched this earlier today and found it was decent. You can think of his as a South Korean version of Dr. Fauci.
This professor been involved with infection diseases for about 30 years. He seems like a very humble man. Unfortunately, it's all in Korean but has English subtitles. So, unless you understand Korean, you'll have to watch and read the subtitles.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel gave a good speech at https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/03 ... trump.html
(article title "The Leader of the Free World Gives a Speech, and She Nails It"). The video there has the same caveats except it's in German, of course. After watching that, I learned of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vT8e7lkjl8
Official translation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel recorded in English language, with subtitles. The translation is official. The voice recording of the translation is not official but created with intent to reproduce emphasis.
I watched https://www.cbsnews.com/news/new-york-c ... 020-03-29/
(description below) on 60 Minutes earlier tonight. It's not behind a paywall yet, but I'd imagine that once it is, you should be able to see it with CBS All Access.
"Beyond anything I've seen in my career": Doctors on the front lines describe surge in coronavirus patients
Scott Pelley reports from hospitals in New York City, the new epicenter for COVID-19. Doctors describe how some patients with the disease can deteriorate suddenly and require lifesaving intensive care.
The video is about 13.5 minutes long.
Not sure if folks had seen Lt. Gen Semonite of the Army Corps of Engineers talking. Someone else posted it on social media and those who commented were impressed, as was I. He's also in the 60 Minutes piece. https://twitter.com/USArmy/status/1241440439380488194
is a short clip.