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How vaccines are delivered – expert questions – expert answers.

Vaccines– Dosing Schedules By Nicola Oliver and Josephine Robertson  COVID-ARG.com COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence. Summary Around the globe we have been keenly watching and waiting for the development, production, and delivery of vaccines. Now that … Continue reading

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DB transfers;- we understand the crime – but not the causes of crime.

    The FCA has published the second of its analyses of the DB transfer market which shows how the trend to “de-risk” DB liabilities by buying out liabilities through CETVs  has continued apace. This article argues that – blameworthy … 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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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 will the vaccine change things? A triple Dutch dose!

  Triple Dutch Www.crownactuaries.eu   Servaas Houben, Kees Van Heugten and Rob Smit are three Dutch actuaries who have been doing their own modelling of the impact of Covid-19. They have now produced a paper on the likely impact of … Continue reading

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Stay safe and wish ourselves a Happy Christmas.

First the good news. While we all stay cooped up at home, the lockdown has had a positive impact. These results are from one of our leading data authorities. The findings by Imperial College London were based on swabbing more … Continue reading

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Modelling COVID-19; what have we learned?

The Covid-19 pandemic, with its associated human tragedy, has been devastating for many families. This has presented new challenges for policy-makers, governments, corporates and others. Actuaries have been at the forefront in modelling the virus in terms of cumulative and … Continue reading

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“Something in the air” – aerosol transmission explored by C19-arg.

Aerosol Transmission            By Nicola Oliver and Beate Degan COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.                                      … Continue reading

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R=<1 ? Gordon Woo asks "what compliance does the UK need"?

What degree of compliance do we need? By Gordon Woo for                                                            … Continue reading

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A WEEK IN LOCKDOWN – Covid-19 ARG on science – and actuarial fun!

Saturday Report By Matt Fletcher, Nicola Oliver and John Roberts    COVID-ARG.COM   COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group – Learn. Share. Educate. Influence.   COVID-19 is still one of the hottest topics for scientific papers and articles. The COVID‑19 Actuaries Response … Continue reading

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