apple.news/AF23ESO8fTgW8zyDUkuaV8A Only 1 year in and finally a mask mandate on public transport! Go Joe. Protect us from ourselves!
Monthly Archives: January 2021
Europe stumbles of vaccine distribution
http://www.wsj.com/articles/german-government-told-not-to-use-astrazeneca-vaccine-for-elderly-11611852649 Thank goodness for Brexit. UK has one of the highest rates of vaccine administration. The EU has one of the lowest. In the article attached the EU further slows the distribution of vaccines to the over 64 population. Not a good move.
Improvement Across the US
Substantial covid reductions across the US….apart from Alabama.
Impact of Vaccine – Great news in the UK; too early to tell in Israel
UK shows great progress on case reduction
Tesla’s first annual profit. Go Tesla!
So proud to be both a Tesla owner and an investor. But that pride is more than about me as an individual…..it’s about 500,000 deliveries to customers in 2020 who have similar views on the importance of managing our carbon emissions and expressing our views with our wallets. Tesla posted its first full-year profit. TheContinue reading “Tesla’s first annual profit. Go Tesla!”
Global vaccine distribution
Great insight from the Morning Brew here. Consider subscribing to their feed. This gives me some great ideas for analysis which i hope to get to in the next few days – particularly looking at the rate of new infections in Israel and how much of an impact vaccinations are having. Exciting stuff. While IsraelContinue reading “Global vaccine distribution”
Pandemic supply chain issues: oxygen
http://www.wsj.com/articles/oxygen-scarcity-swells-covid-19s-death-toll-11611570926 One worrying, and probably previously not considered, is the limits on the availability of oxygen for covid sufferers. Even in the US California has issued rules rationing oxygen. So telling that this bottleneck comes in almost a year after the pandemic supply – yet another example of poor pandemic planning and a vital lessonContinue reading “Pandemic supply chain issues: oxygen”
Trump’s COVID Legacy
As we witnessed the transfer of power on Jan 20th 2021, here’s a snapshot of the COVID performance in the US at that time. 23.9 million COVID cases 208,000 new COVID cases per day (7 day average) 396,155 deaths 3,260 average daily deaths over 6 million people currently infected or recovering from COVID Over 114,000Continue reading “Trump’s COVID Legacy”
Is COVID Performance Linked to Party? Unfortunately YES
Leadership matters. Did republicans or democrats handle COVID better. Find out.
India really shows staying power
India beat the virus – here’s how