Some commentators believe we are killing the economy to save a few lives. Sweden is using minimal precautions while keeping businesses open. But is it working? And how many extra deaths are we seeing?
The risk of economic depression suddenly got a lot higher. So how does that affect you, me, and our employers? A lot of clever people have given this a lot of thought.
It's an ill wind that blows no good. Not only are we making progress on the coronavirus but many organizations are stepping up with new products and solutions at record pace.
Keeping yourself and loved ones safe is one of the big issues for all of us. But the advice can be confusing, even contradictory. Here is the best and most reliable information we have found.
There aren't enough test kits. If you phone your doctor with symptoms, they will likely tell you to self-isolate and to go to hospital if symptoms become severe. So how do you know if you have it?
I'm a pretty optimistic guy but I've also worked in risk management, national security, and business for a while so I have a healthy respect for the 5Ps (Prior preparation prevents poor performance).
If you don't have a policy and a plan, you are likely to be leaving a lot to chance. Many organizations are coping well with coronavirus and here are some of their strategies.
I'm a professional risk manager with some experience in pandemic and as a first responder. I'm also a parent and husband. These are just some of my thoughts. My $0.02 worth if you will.
Most, if not all, of us will eventually contract coronavirus. But right now it is essential to maintain social distancing to 'flatten the curve'. These articles explain why.
Based on past experience, we might expect a vaccine to take 18 months to be created. But smart people have been inventing not just vaccines, but faster ways to design, test, and produce them.