Category Archives: coronavirus

5 ways to stay happy on a lockdown Saturday morning!

I have good reason to feel sorry for myself this morning, but I am not sorry for myself – I am in an extremely good news for the following five reasons I am listening to Aggers and Tuffers on test … Continue reading

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We’re racing time – let’s ride this second wave to safety!

Taking with my son yesterday, he mentioned that for first time since the return of the Italian ski set back in March 2020, that the pandemic was impacting  young middle class people in South West London. He mentioned various friends … Continue reading

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If you’re planning a new year’s party – listen to your mom

I’ve said it before on this blog,  Paul Lewis has an unerring knack of saying the right thing at the right time, even when what he says is not strictly accurate. Right now he is being criticized on social media … Continue reading

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We can’t cancel Christmas when it’s in our hearts!

Saturday 19th December – the low point of the pandemic so far. Trouble had been brewing all week. You sensed that politicians (especially Boris Johnson) were in denial, but the case numbers spoke a different truth, something ugly was happening … Continue reading

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COVID-19 Actuaries sign off for the year with their 31st cracking report

                                                                        COVID-ARG.COM Friday Report: Issue … Continue reading

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COVID-19 ; have recent Government interventions helped?

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Could we get a double win-reducing COVID and seasonal flu?

                                                                      Covid-Arg.com By Stephen Kramer for … Continue reading

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How logical is the UK’s vaccine priority ordering?

By Yifei Gong and Stuart McDonald COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. Summary Nine groups in the UK have been prioritised to be vaccinated in the first phase. In this bulletin, we consider the logic of the … Continue reading

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Everything you need to know about vaccines (and more) .Covid-ARG

Monthly medical update – Issue 5                                                                     … Continue reading

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Are the excess deaths in 2020 just a ‘shortfall’ from 2019

By Richard Marshall COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. Summary It has been suggested that the severity of COVID-19 in the UK is partly due to the low mortality in 2019, when we experienced a “shortfall” in … Continue reading

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