Posts Tagged ‘clt0mg’

Commercial property investment – Investors’ love affair with commercial property is being tested | Leaders | T he Economist

September 22, 2020
warehouses ++
stores —

Dr. Osterholm: Americans will be living with the coronavirus for decades – MarketWatch

July 31, 2020

When 511 Epidemiologists Expect to Fly, Hug and Do 18 Other Everyday Activities Again – The New York Times

June 12, 2020

511 responded out of ~6000 surveyed. Wonder if the remaining ~4500 would be equally pessimistic?

Opinion | How to Reopen America’s Schools – The New York Times

June 7, 2020

According to the article a lot of parents across the country are considering not sending their children to brick and mortar school in the fall.

Will coronavirus end? Covid-19 may become endemic and last years – The Washington Post

May 29, 2020

Quoting: “In coming years, robots…could become ubiquitous in meatpacking…Families may have to make diagnostic tests…ahead of visits to grandparents…work cubicles…may become the
rage…replacing open-floor plans…& heading to work…[sick] may no longer be…admirable”

In coming years, robots and automated lines could become ubiquitous in meatpacking plants, which have experienced some of the country’s worst outbreaks. Families may have to make diagnostic tests routine ahead of visits to grandparents. Once-mocked work cubicles of a bygone era may become the rage again, replacing open-floor plans found in many offices. Paid sick time might become a necessity for jobs of all types. And heading to work while under the weather may no longer be seen as an act of admirable American can-do spirit but instead a threat to co-workers and the bottom line.

“The problem is people putting the present ahead of the future,” said Frieden, who led the CDC from 2009 to 2017.

Coronavirus: After Peak, What Next? | Morgan Stanley

May 13, 2020

When Will New York City Reopen? The Path Will Be Difficult – The New York Times

May 11, 2020

UK coronavirus crisis ‘to last until spring 2021 and could see 7.9m hospitalised’ | Coronavirus outbreak | The Guardian

May 4, 2020

Ending coronavirus lockdowns will be a dangerous process of trial and error | Science | AAAS

May 2, 2020


Exit strategy

For now, the most likely scenario is one of easing social distancing measures when it’s possible, then clamping down again when infections climb back up, a “suppress and lift” strategy that both Singapore and Hong Kong are pursuing. Whether that approach can strike the right balance between keeping the virus at bay and easing discontent and economic damage remains to be seen.

Jeremy Farrar, head of the Wellcome Trust, says a path out of the dilemma now facing the world will come from research. It might take the form of an effective treatment for severely ill patients, or a drug that can prevent infections in health care workers,
or—ultimately—a vaccine. “Science is the exit strategy,” Farrar says. “}}

Coronavirus: Switzerland says young children can hug grandparents – BBC News

April 30, 2020

Is the following quote on #covid19 from @BBCNews
true? “The [Swiss] health ministry’s infectious diseases chief Daniel Koch said scientists had concluded that young children did not transmit the virus… They just don’t have the receptors to catch the disease.”