In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell interviews Dr. David Agus,  Professor of Medicine and Engineering and Founding Director and CEO of the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine at the University of Southern California. Dr. Agus, who is also a CBS News contributor, explains what scientists have learned about the origins, spread, transmissibility and lethality of COVID-19 — as well as what remains a mystery. He discusses the policies and practices that have led to successful mitigation efforts and explains how data may be used to better control future global health crises. Intelligence Matters will dedicate several forthcoming episodes to understanding the fundamentals and national security implications of COVID-19.Download, rate and subscribe here:  iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher. Highlights: On the knowns and unknowns of COVID-19Social distancing: “It is an amazing thing to see how behavior in our country — when we are put up to the challenge, we come through in the United States, and I’m proud of that. What scares me is what we don’t know about this virus. What scares me is that not everybody, not 100% are following the rules.”Areas of success: “So when you look at countries like Germany, that have had uniform practices across it– South


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