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Latest numbers on second wave from COVID-19 ARG

Latest thread covering COVID-19 admissions and deaths in English hospitals, with an updated R estimate. While the PHE dashboard hasn’t yet been updated, @NHSEngland data indicates 870 admissions today. https://t.co/xkI8zMNbmu — COVID-19 Actuaries Response Group (@COVID19actuary) October 20, 2020 Based … Continue reading

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“Are we experiencing a second wave?” – asks Stuart McDonald

  By Stuart McDonald for                                                                       … Continue reading

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Wine, lizards and the hazards of the mute button – Covid-19 actuaries Friday report

The Friday Report – Issue 21 By Nicola Oliver, Matthew Fletcher and John Roberts 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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How COVID-19 kills

This is what we see More than 190k people have died of COVID-19 worldwide to date. In EU/EEC countries about 30% of infected people require hospitalisation and 4% go into intensive care units (ICU)1. Of those hospitalised, 12% died. Those … Continue reading

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Actuaries – are doing it – doing it!

 Mohammed Khan and Gary McInally   Q. How do you get 400 actuaries to work together at one week’s notice? A. Issue a call to arms with a strong social purpose. I’m not an actuary, but I promote their profession … Continue reading

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