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Covid19 Life Insurance Claims

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Covid19 Life Insurance Claims

At the time of writing this post, Wales have completed their “fire Break” Lockdown. Scotland are using a tiered approach and England is in its second Lockdown. In today’s post we take a look at some of the data relating to Life Insurance Claims directly caused by Covid19 in the first nationwide lockdown. From a […]

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Covid19 & The Vulnerable Group

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The Vulnerable Group

Following on from our previous posts at the beginning and later stages of the lock down caused by the Global pandemic. In today’s post we were hopeful of some good news for the general public and the vulnerable group. Unfortunately the Coronavirus has not been contained since our last update, and following the stark warning […]

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The Furlough Scheme Should be Extended

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The Furlough Scheme Should be Extended

The Financial Sector predicts over 2 million jobs to be lost, if the furlough scheme ends in October. Many companies are urging Rishi Sunak to extend it. Many of the financial and banking giants have been analysing the ongoing crisis and modelling data on the impact to the UK economy. JP Morgan have recently advised […]

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Covid-19 Impact On Local Areas

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Has My Local Area Been Affected? The short answer is yes, every community has. The pandemic has impacted the UK and all countries. Following on from our post last week which detailed the impact on local communities via local council areas. This post works in a very different way as the office of national statistics […]

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Deaths Involving Covid19-Update

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As the Confirmed deaths involving covid19 rates start to decline within the UK. It is quite clear that the national reporting has made us all aware of the daily infections/deaths. However, the ONS have been publishing collated data for each parish within the UK. As the downward trend continues and there have been some success […]

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Mandatory vaccination against Covid-19?

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As the world’s scientists have now developed workable vaccines including Oxford-Astazeneca, Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna. The topic of compulsory vaccination will soon need to be addressed. Could mandatory vaccination deployed world wide? Due to the nature of Covid-19 It is quite clear that it is an extremely prolific disease. As the world learns more about its […]

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Covid-19 losses calculated

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Covid-19 the real losses calculated

The devastation to life caused by Covid-19 As each country now reports daily on the infection and unfortunate loss of life caused by Covid-19. It is quite clear that some countries are doing better than others, or so it may seem. But how are Covid-19 losses calculated? Through many different discussion groups it has become […]

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Has covid19 changed the fitness industry?

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Exercise & Fitness The impact of the coronavirus has changed the fitness industry and every other businesses completely. Yet the fitness industry continues to adapt and flourish. While household names fold into administration and retailers warn of an uncertain future, the world of home exercise has bucked that trend. Proving to be as flexible and […]

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Mapping the Spread of Covid19

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Mapping the Spread of Covid19

Following our previous post A Game Changer in UK Covid 19 testing, which detailed the breakthrough in testing from Cambridge and Oxford universities, INKC19 is a non-profit crowd sourced data health tracker for Covid19. INKC19 helps to identify local communities and families who may have Covid19 symptoms. Using a traffic light system to identify hot […]

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A Game Changer in UK Covid 19 Testing

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A Game Changer in UK Covid 19 Testing

A possible game changer in Uk testing. As we look with apprehension on what could happen during the current pandemic caused by Covid19, with the NHS leading the charge in looking after the people who require medical intervention. We can take a few glimmers of hope because two of the countries greatest universities. Cambridge and […]