Category Archives: Pandemic

5 Tips for Successful Teleworking During the Corvid19 Event

Since the Coronavirus first reared its ugly head, I have been recommending telecommuting as a way of reducing the risks of spreading Corvid19 through your workforce. I have been pushing for this for years for many reasons, including reduced business … Continue reading

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Grocery Panic Buying and the Coronavirus

The grocery industry is going to be sorely tested over the coming weeks and months as people have begun panic buying of groceries, in response to the first person in New Zealand to get Coronavirus or Corvid 19. Our local … Continue reading

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Live Tracking Coronavirus on a Map

Johns Hopkins CSSE has developed and published a GIS web map tool, whereby you can live track the spread of Coronavirus on a map. I feel the pedigree is important, because when I listen to my Alexa news brief each … Continue reading

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Understanding the Ebola epidemic – in 2 charts and 2 maps – Washington Post (blog)

A virus doesn’t care what you believe in, what color you are or where you come from. It has no respect for borders, governments or ideologies. Continue reading

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