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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:47 min | Last month

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"For a potentially so pretty skies especially during the morning hours many yards looks good we'll talk in an hour yeah yep the good news and the bad news about the Cova de nineteen a pandemic here in Florida yesterday the department of health said here in South Florida none of the new cases none of the dude no deaths were from South Florida that is good news for all of us here the fact that there were only twenty nine hundred twenty six new cases and twelve deaths statewide also good news but you look at the trends throughout this thing there's usually significant drop offs and all the reporting new cases tests that's all on Sundays and Mondays and then you see the numbers pick up again on on Tuesday makes sense less people putting in less information over the weekend things like that so we'll see what happens today overall since this thing started we had a more than one point six million tests here in Florida about six point two percent of the overall this season to start six point two percent of them have been positive that is up in just a week from five point two percent is that what it's only about percent to percent in a week in the overall number that's significant yesterday's positivity rate in the entire state sixteen point one percent that's bad the experts tell us five percent is about the baseline where you want to be ten percent start worrying sixteen point one percent yesterday in the state in South Florida the overall positive rate has been about eight point eight percent ten percent Miami Dade a percent Broward Miami Dade though showing a surge with the average last two weeks at eleven percent again five percent is where you want to be Miami Dade had seventeen percent positive test yesterday seventeen percent on Saturday another sixty two covert patients admitted to hospitals one hundred sixty five nine one hundred sixty nine new covert patients admitted to Miami Dade County hospitals in the last week that has led about a dozen cities in Miami Dade County including Miami Hialeah Evans or derail others now requiring people to wear masks not sure what that means or how they're gonna enforce this but obviously the leaders like Miami Dade like city Miami mayor Francis Suarez are concerned about these latest trends we are extremely concerned that hospitalizations are up ventilators are up ICU patients are up awhile death remain low for the time being obviously that's a number that oftentimes will lag behind us some of these other numbers so again they're now requiring I'm either ending use the word really mandate requiring people to wear masks in these cities Miami beach mayor Dan Gelber said it's up to the public the control the spread of the virus it would not be responsible to rely on irrational optimism that this is all.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:20 min | 2 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I am not minimizing the impact. I am not minimizing The contagious nature of covid. Nineteen nor am. I'm minimizing the heartbreak and the tragedy of the deaths associated with a Cova de Nineteen. But the bottom line is as I sit here and talk with you each and every morning. It is difficult to believe that these words are coming out of my mouth all right so we've worked through. Let's see public gatherings All of the Requests that were made by Larimer county to the State Health Department governor police to ease up on some of the the restrictions. Okay and well. They got approval and they got partial approval on some of their requests. So we've worked through public gatherings and malls and personal services restaurants and bars recreation outdoor group activities gems movie theaters other entertainment facilities again. It all goes to your particular comfort level. This is not about judging anyone and respect your right to say no. I'm not ready to go out yet. I'm just not ready to go into public venues fine. That is your right but it's also others right rights to make their own decisions. And how many times have we seen on social media? businesses and individuals being shamed for simply trying to live their lives as cautiously and carefully will leave like the ozarks out of the equation this morning because that was just a free for all but how many times have you seen businesses and individuals being shamed simply because they want to live their lives making their own decisions as adults. It's pretty reprehensible. In my humble opinion education and child care long term care facilities. Tell you what we're going to get into that Probably later on in the show because the list goes on and on and on no doubt you've heard the flap over places of worship President trump saying that places of Worship Churches Synagogues Moss. Whatever the case may be are being unfairly targeted in terms of covert nineteen that the heavy hand of government is coming down on Services and religious groups basically saying you need to reopen and many governors across the Nation San Jose. No way not so fast uring up for yet. More constitutional challenges in an era of covid nineteen sixty seven out thirteen ten. Kfi K y the whole sports story northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K. Thirteen ten KFI Greeley thirteen ten KFI preps radio is northern Colorado's home for the past high school coverage..

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Am thirteen ten K. K. dot com testing a tough to come by the start of the Cova de Nineteen pandemic. But now it's available at multiple locations in Greeley seven twenty four now thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten KFI A dot com. Trevor read in the Greeley trip. Banner Health is operating a drive through collection site for anyone with concerns about covert one thousand nine hundred symptoms in Greeley Banner. Health officials declined to say where the site is located at the at publication. Depressed time as the site is not doing. Walk in appointments. So what you need to do. If you're interested in getting a covert nineteen tasked with banner health. You need to call eight. Four four five four nine eighteen fifty six that number eight four four five four nine eighteen fifty six for screening and most importantly to schedule an appointment as again. The banner health site is not doing walk in appointments in Greeley anyone experiencing covert nineteen symptoms and Every day that list of symptoms seems to grow will qualify for testing so once again. Let's run through that list of symptoms. Now anyone who has become infected with Cova nineteen might start to experience symptoms to to fourteen days after being exposed this according to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention symptoms as you're fairly well aware include shortness of breath or difficulty breathing fever chills muscle pain sore throat and loss of taste or smell was interesting Yesterday I had the chance to meet up with some old friends. I refer to them as my peer group at Horse Tooth Reservoir and got to talk to a woman who actually still even though she had covert nineteen. She was tested and diagnosed Testing positive for Cova nineteen This way back in early March she since recovered but she hasn't recovered fully her taste of sense of taste or smell which absolutely incredible to me Less commonly reported symptoms include Gastrointestinal System Symptoms such as nausea vomiting and diarrhea. So you are urged to seek medical attention immediately. If you have any of the following symptoms trouble breathing persistent pain or pressure in your chest confusion inability to wake or stay awake or if you have a bluish lips or face nother symptom has just came across another piece We had talked about this in the past. Pinkai also a symptom of covert at one thousand nine hundred nine. This had this rather lengthy piece that came across came down the pike. Talking about the fact that It can cova can actually enter through. Your is just absolutely incredible what they continue to learn about this really nasty novel Corona Virus. Now you see. Health is operating.

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:33 min | 3 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We've got a panel of three people in the first hour. Then we have a group of a three more panel panelists on the second hour and also in the second tonight. We're going to be talking about probably one of the most difficult businesses in America. That is going through a great Stress at the moment as we all are a MS the restaurant business. How did they survive? And we'll talk a little bit about the difficulty of that industry With food critic of the Chicago Tribune but I want to begin with our guest this evening. We have John Pinter and he is a consultant in real life but also as an adjunct professor at Notre Dame University and we also have Bruno Baron. Who is a libertarian? And we have a pro-trump nationalist Jennifer nevins joins us and I I want to begin with poor Joe Biden. He has been shut out of most of the news Because of the Cova de Nineteen virus but John. Pinter start with you. He got back in the news last week. Which I guess was the good news. The bad news was He had to respond to charges made by a terror. Read a former a worker of is in the in the Senate Office. Charge us of Of basically sexual actually break digital rape many many years ago How did Joe Biden the handle that in his interview with microbrews? Jansky last week in your opinion. Well it's probably the worst way to half to reemerge especially given the circumstances the Cobra virus and all and and being a shutout I thought in general that he did pretty well with it. It was not a an easy interview by any means I don't know if that was the intention was to go on You know what would probably be viewed as a more favorable kind of an interview. Show But I think in general. He held himself. Pretty well. It's it's interesting to see the support that's coming around him at this point and you know. I think all all things considered He came out of it. Okay get ever never. Is this an issue? That's going to be around a long long time or you think the It'll be snuffed out. I think the only people that will be snuffing it out or the media and the DNC doing their level best to snuff it out. Trump is not gonna let it Sti- Trump supporters are not gonna let it die and to be honest a lot of Bernie Sanders. Supporters are not going to let this die because the grand irony is not only is Bernie once again not the nominee when there's kind of question as to whether he should have been this time around given especially by slipping mental capacity but now we have someone who was facing very serious allegations of rape. Let me just interject you? For a moment I mean Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden head a level playing field this year and the Democratic voters spoke and they overwhelmingly after a slow start. They overwhelmingly confirmed that they want. Joe Biden is their nominee. So how did Bernie get screwed out? Well I think that you'd have to ask the Bernie Sanders supporters including Bernie Sanders Education Director. Who came out very upset about the situation with her. Feeling the Bernie was once again cheated. Remember all of a sudden out of nowhere. Keep Buddha Jag Amy Klobuchar. Everybody dropped out to pave the way for buying and well somewhat somewhat. What are you that they saw the handwriting on the wall? Let's bring in Brunell Aaron Bruno. What's your assessment of this story and is this story going to be around for a while took. It took a while to get it going. I can't imagine story going away. And look what I find. Fascinating is the juxtaposition of the sheer. Abject Crazy Apocrypha of the way the media treated cavenaugh right and then the complete turnaround you know. It's like believe all women except for the women who accused Democrats which we ran into the same thing with Bill Clinton. So it again. It'd be nice to have mousy discussion with people on the left and figure out what's the best way to fix coded problems in the economy and things like that but at the end of the day we we see an end that's not to say that. Republicans don't have their own levels of policy on some issues but the fact of the matter is that the Democrats are just. They're they're really making a laughing stock of themselves saying stuff like believe all women and then not even reporting on stop and say well well. Tara Reid is different okay. We'll ignore it. John Printer D. Did you do you agree that In this particular case the political case here is is one of hypocrisy not allegations of Rape twenty-seven years ago that the political case. Yeah the political gays in Lords. What people will say I was telling the truth. Is He not telling the truth? But again before we ever get to that that that that day at least in the Court of public opinion when you know this is going to be a widespread story You have a situation where you look the media and you look at the way that they conducted looked into this story versus the way. They looked into numerous allegations against Brett Cavanaugh. Well you gotta remember the timing with Cavanaugh. Allegations came up while that was moving. Its WAY FORWARD IN THE CONFIRMATION. So there was a short timeline. Now was involved with that as well. I think it can. You can look at it and say yeah. Media does handled Is is handling this differently. It took a while for it to merge onto the public scene. It's now and so it's GonNa be a matter of trying to figure out really what happened and and none of the The it's it's going to be. He said she said kind of a discussion. I think so I read that it's not going to go away In any short order. But there's a lot of time between now and the election Jennifer look. Take your trump hat off. Take your mega off and and put your what's your. What's your women's hat on what you wear all the time how do you? How do you look at this story? The l the allegations of the women. Let's forget the media involvement or complicity in in either a story or or fanning story. How do you respond to women who make allegations twenty seven thirty-seven forty years later very cautiously? I think I'd be intellectually dishonest to say that I don't have reservations about somebody who comes to the four twenty years later. I said the same thing about Brett Kavanagh's accuser said the same thing about Anita Hill. Way Back when but I do believe I said cautiously I do believe it needs to be investigated. I think it needs to be investigated just like we would investigate any serious sexual harassment charge. Don't chew brutal that during the vetting process to become vice president of the United States That those that were doing that job for Barack Obama would have discovered something like this. Probably if I'm not mistaken she did there. There are some stories you know you can. It's so hard to trust anything in the media these days. I almost any issue because it's become so sloppy all across the spectrum. I.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:11 min | 3 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Fueled by Great Western petroleum well president trump releasing some eyebrows yesterday this during his corona virus Press conference talking about injecting patients with disinfection and disinfectant. I don't know if you saw Dr Deborah burks own my Gosh. The expression on her face was absolutely priceless. So we'll just set that one aside for the moment but also talking about the efficacy the use of a UV light sunlight in order to combat the spread of a covert nineteen. You know it's been bandied about for quite some time but if you dig down a little bit deeper into it well the experts have. Let's just say mixed reviews on how effective UV light actually is in fighting? Cova de Nineteen. Unfortunately even our Public health officials are learning about this novel. Corona virus aptly called novel. Because it's well the likes of something we have never ever seen before. So we'll get into that in the seven o'clock hour. Don't forget Kevin Car that guy's the movies fact guys at the movies dot com at a special time this morning had to do a little bit of juggling with everything that we have going on so Kevin car fat guys at the movies of fat guys at the movies dot com ways in this morning at seven twenty wall so catch up with Troy Kover. Dale Thirteen ten K. F. K. A. News director That coming your way at seven forty ish this morning and Keith. Whiteman Presidential Wealth Management while he's going to weigh in on safer at home versus a safer at work and be interesting to get his perspective business perspective this as the safer at work initiative put into place by the it was a joint effort by the Weld County Board of Commissioners and of course the Weld County Department of Public Health and environment giving us a little bit more leeway in getting back open.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Current

The Current

08:23 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Current

"This is the current on. Cbc Radio One. My Name's Matt Galloway the CBS's Andrea. Bill Maher is part of team. Fact checking this pandemic for you separating stories that are true from stories that are completely bogus and this week. She is looking at groups exploiting the pandemic Andrea. Good morning learn. That told me about this. It's tricky because every time you sort of knocked down one of these Fake news stories. There's another one that POPs up. What is that like to try and keep a handle on this? Yeah so I guess what? I think. It's kind of like. Do you remember that scene that very famous scene from Lucy were Lucian Ethel or trying to wrap all the chocolates on the conveyor belt coming by more quickly yet I shouldn't make a joke. But it's Ki- I kind of feel like that sometimes when you're just trying to get to everything things going by and you're oh. I want to debunk to you'll see information that you know is actually very harmful and there's just a lot of it so it's always trying to do as much as we can. There's quite a bit out there. Which is why. According to the calendar it was the International Frac Checking Day on the second of April. That's right yes. And that is something that is helmed by Pointers international fact checking institute pointers Journalism Instruction Institute in Florida and You know they actually have a spreadsheet on their website and this is where all fact checkers around the world have been submitting fat checks related to Cova Nineteen and on that day. They actually noted that they had over. Three thousand a submissions. Such quite. Quite a lot you've been looking into. People may have heard about this over the course of the news today far right groups who are trying to take advantage of the pandemic. Why is this time now? Such an opportunity for those groups one of the things. That's really interesting as I was speaking to people who whose job it is to monitor the far right and they said something that really struck me and they said you know. There's nothing that the far right likes more than a crisis. Those were actually the words of Barbara Perry. She works at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa. She heads up there center on on extremism fear. And you know one of the things that came out was that you know people are afraid. They might be looking for simple and satisfying answers about what's happening up when things get more stressful and confusing if you're trying to you know so discord or you're trying to take advantage of that for your own means It you might be able to get away with it or you might feel that you might be able to get away with it and you know. Here's something that Barbara said to me that I felt was really really interesting. And I'll just Elect her say here are what we are seeing. Though is that these sorts of narratives of our. They're no longer restricted to the far right if they were in fact and so those sentiments those narratives that are flowing so so easily online venues in particular and this is the other piece right. I mean. There's there's a bigger audience for folks or the far right now. So many of us are online. That's where we're living our lives right now. So we're so vulnerable. I think to this sort of messaging. And you know the things that you really probably are seeing. A lot of. Those might be Hateful in xenophobic posts. There MAY BE POSTS. That are Blaming Asian Canadians or Jewish people for the pandemic end than there are quite a few conspiracy theories in united chatted about some of these conspiracy theories before. So those are things that you might come across as your spending your day on the Internet. Are there examples? Th that would be routed here in Canada of those conspiracy theories that are swirling around online now. Absolutely Jacob Davis and he's with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue in London he specifically mentioned to me a conspiracy theory that the krona virus had been created in the national microbiology lab in Winnipeg or have been worked on that lap in that lab and stolen by Chinese researchers and taken to China and so that conspiracy theory actually is a distortion of story that. Cbc News Broken July. And that's when we revealed that a researcher husband and some of their graduate students were escorted out of that lab The RCMP had opened investigation and they described it as possible policy breach in an administrative matter and both the RCMP and health. Canada told us they stressed. This there was never any danger for public safety in our reporting never said that those scientists Were spies and of course you know that is something that has just sort of spiraled and of course You know the other aspect of that is and we've talked about this. As well as the krona virus the one currently causing this pandemic was created a lab. We know this because scientists have been able to sequence the genome. And they've been able to look at it. Tell us that it has not been but remains. Probably one of the most popular conspiracy theories out there. The Prime Minister Himself Justin Trudeau has been the subject of Some conspiracy theories as well when it comes to covert nineteen yes A common conspiracy theory might be that. He is not doing enough to prevent the spread in his doing that on purpose. Or it might be because he You know wants to use this Jesus as an opportunity to consolidate More of his power Or that he might try to bring in Marshall Law. These are all conspiracies Around him then of course. There's a lot of posting. That might be very critical of him. Or you know that might be very aggressive towards him and I mean obviously as leader. He has a focal point. And then of course Trudeau has done things. Such as when he went to the airport to welcome Refugees FROM SYRIA. So there may be people that really objected to. What are you? Ask yourself when you're trying to figure it out if the things that you're reading online or true or false one of the things that I think about Especially WITH CONSPIRACY. Theories is who does the conspiracy. Theory benefits are leaps of logic there without evidence. Something really farfetched on also sometimes. Is it someone trying to tell you? Something sometimes People who are conspiracy theorist large platform may also be pushing products of dubious value But there may be that Anglos well or they may be trying to scam money. I mean the other thing of course is is. It's always does seem too good to be true or does this hit me in a really emotional place isn't really stoking. Fear or panic or sadness and so if there's an emotional trigger that's something to really ask yourself about. And lastly does it just seem like you know really unbelievable in the last minute or so that we have. Let's talk about what Health Canada's doing to crack down on these companies that are selling those fake remedies. Yeah that's right in the past week so health. Canada has gotten dozens of complaints Canadians. That are reporting advertisements for products that claim they can prevent or treat or cure the current. Oh virus and they actually provided us with a list of twenty seven cases Where information was withdrawn. And they actually detailed some of those advertisements so for example You know there was some sellers on Amazon Canada that were touting that they had a special anti-dust anti fog anti corona virus hat that could isolate infected saliva hat. Yeah I've also seen a claim about a necklace as well a necklace head cannot prevent you from getting krona virus. There's also a mix of mushrooms that is meant to boost your immunity in prevent Kobe. Nineteen so that was something else that Health Canada Flag. That was not correct. There was a natural path office in Toronto that claimed it had a specific Oregano oil. That had the ability to halt virus replication in host cells infected with the Human Corona virus. Data's not correct either all things that have caught the eye of Health Canada Andrea. Thank you thanks Andrea. Bill Maher is a reporter with CBS's Cova de Nineteen fact checking unit time to say goodbye to our listeners. Newfoundland and Labrador for everyone else. The current is back after a break. And you'll hear why cove in nineteen is not just a public health crisis. It is an issue of racial justice in the United States and here in Canada as well stay tuned for that. I'm Matt Galloway. This is an extended edition of the current on. Cbc Radio One or back in a minute.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:15 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Kfi Am text line at three one nine nine six all right governor police Taking a very cautious look forward to a pandemic free Colorado during a televised town hall. He was actually joined by the state. Epidemiologists end the State Economic Director. In case you missed it. Here's the highlights. Vip's by John Angler in the Denver Post once again hopeful if exceedingly cautious look forward last night at a world in which covered one thousand nine is no longer a raging force that is occupying the minds and psyches of not only almost everyone in the state but indeed around the globe during this televised town hall with Channel Nine the Governor spoke of a return albeit a slow one. A slow return to normalcy. And well what might be? The new normal remains to be seen how things are going to change post a Cova de Nineteen. I can't help but think that normal might take on a whole new meaning but that's a conversation for another time. Police held up. Colorado's hard. Hit High country is an example of a part of the state that may experiences More challenges in the face of its high per capita corona virus caseload but still one that will come back or mountain communities he said like the rest of Colorado. They're strong and they're independent. We're going to bounce back. This is temporary are natural. Assets are incredible state world-class tourism opportunities. There will be a day when we're once again able to embrace tourists from around the world but he cautioned that a resurgence to business as usual in. Colorado won't happen all at once but likely in phases and that state officials will need to remain wary of large gatherings for a while yet. I can't help but think that many of us will do just the same. Somebody said. Let's talk about when we totally get back to normal. That means stadiums full of people congregations of thousands of people going to church. A lot of that will need Cure or vaccine. It seems to me that a vaccine or at least the promise of one in the immediate future is the best path to a return to normalcy. Doesn't mean he continued that bars and restaurants are opening in the same way right away. It might mean a week or two later but many of Restaurants owners can't be soon enough as we shared a piece yesterday talking about the fact that according to a survey of Colorado restaurant owners fourteen percent of them said they may well not reopen. Just another reason to a shop. Local support Those businesses that remain open particularly local restaurants offering delivery and carry out some reopened eateries. Might again have to start out at capacity. This according to Governor Jared Police During that town hall last night he was joined there by Dr Rachel. Herlihy this is the state epidemiologist and Betsy Markey. And it's a familiar name right. That's the Marquis heads up Colorado's office of Economic Development and international trade also a former US congresswoman from Colorado. Markey said that it's important that we continue to practice social distancing where you're mass and stays home as much as possible to prevent the spread to flatten that proverbial curve when it comes to the spread of cove nineteen at the end of the day. The quicker we can deal with this health crisis. She said get the pandemic under control the quicker. We can get our economy back on track. The worst thing the very worst thing we can do to open too quickly and then see another re-occurrence Kovic nineteen among folks. And then we're that much further back now as we talked about Monday. Governor police extended the statewide stay at home. Order have been set to expire Saturday..

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Nineteen sixteen people have perished due to Cova nine thousand nine hundred ninety related issues. Seven twenty two now thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten KFI K. dot com warnings week. Aol fueled by Great Western Petroleum. Interestingly enough the county also has one of the largest number of cases even though the number of people who live here is far less than other counties well Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says there are three hundred and twenty thousand nine confirmed cases of Cova de Nineteen and Wild County Liberal. Fli the same number as El Paso County. So what gives well? Mark Wallace Executive Director of the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment says that about twenty percent of all confirm cases. At least nine of the sixteen deaths have been tied to nursing homes in the area around seven nursing homes in the county. I've had at least one positive case said Wallace. That's our challenge. Today he keeping up with the pace of the growth part of it is nursing homes part of it is we have larger families. Part of it is that we have a lot of cultural diversity and different languages spoken now. Wallace says the county relies on the limited testing supplies that are available to track the virus. Well they could always use more..

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Listen. We're not all happy with with a lot of the policies that are being put in place been stood by want right but I think people need to give the governor the same respect that we're begging people to give the president. He's doing the best that he can in the situation. We've got and the policies that he put in place. He's put in place because he believes that those are the policies are going to help to say the Colorado get through this quickly and the you know we have to. We have to do our best to respect him for that. And that that's all of us. We have to work together to get through this. We agree with everything or not well and unfortunately there are still folks. That aren't paying any attention to it because they can't see it. Yeah Yeah and that's and that's you know I'm not an you know I'll be the first to admit that I'm not so I'm not the most happiest with a lot of the policies like I'm really concerned about A lot of liberties that have been taken away that I don't believe needed been taken away concerned about the economy. Which I you know. I don't know if the cure is is is worth the exactly right that being said either. There's no doubt in pie mind from the very beginning. Even know I was calling in overblown. My reason for being overblown has nothing to do with the fact that I don't believe it's here and I don't believe it serious and I don't believe we should take. It has everything to do with the way that it is presented in the way that it is out there and the fear factor that I I see people and I'm sure you do as well who literally are so afraid to walk out their front door that they have hunkered down and is that I had to talk my stepson and his girlfriend like off the ledge because all of a sudden they became aware that this was going on and they're like we need to hoard every down. Yes I have talked to. So many people off the ledge is it's crazy so yeah so anyway. Just independent vigilant and do all the right things which means a not a throwing a corona virus party agreed and that and that's just that we all we all should you know we wouldn't be where we're at right now. If everybody would have just taken the heat and and done a social semen needed to be done we would still be doing and quite frankly we could be much worse place with the good news is we do live in the United States and I have to laugh at. You know the calls now to shut down the borders of the State of Colorado and let people come in you guys. The governor doesn't have authority for that and Kudos to the man. For saying that you know he has said three or four times. I don't have the authority to shutdown interstate commerce site. That is not what we'll have and the governor in this country that have done that are out of line and there will be consequences for those actions. Exactly exactly what it is it anyway. Meanwhile back to one hundred when one hundred twenty days isn't US Sherry. Break this down for us because this is a head scratcher and it also has some pretty. I believe dire political implications as well. Well it really does and one hundred twenty days is not one hundred and twenty days. When you've got three hundred and fifty bill on the docket that you want to hurry up and get for that get through the system because you know one of those bills is a is a public policy for healthcare. One of those bills is a family leave bill. You know. There's building there to make a separate enterprise fund so that we can increase teacher's salary at the state cost There's a lot of money on the table that the Democrats really wants to get to and so one hundred and twenty days becomes not one hundred twenty days when they are literally scared that they're not going to get to those bills before the twenty twenty election So it is it's a rabbit hole. That shouldn't go down though because the problem with it is. It's like everything else that we've been talking about once. You put something in the precedent. It's hard to take it back. And we we've seen in the past that and a really good example of that is the safety clause of the state legislature. Has Their. They eat. There is a clause in the Statute in the rules that allows the state legislature to put the safety clause on a bill when they believe that that bill is for the health and public safety of their constituents and it keeps the constituents from having a referendum to to repeal that bill. Well that was supposed to be in situations. That were dire. And you really didn't think that you are. You really felt that was a safety and and for your constituents we've seen though a sliding scale of the definition of dire exactly because that's safety Clark is now you on about eighty five percent of the bills that are out there you know. So that's the same thing here and refined. The Republican caucuses are concerned. That if you all of a sudden start rewriting the constitution and a redefining. What calendar days are consecutive? Days are which is very clear in the constitution that is a hundred and twenty consecutive days. It's not one hundred twenty days throughout the course of the year at will willy. Nilly when you feel like you're going to do it with nothing in the constitution that says or when the corona virus strikes state of Colorado. There's nothing that allows that but if you start rewriting that and start allowing that to happen. At what point next do they go overweight? We need to shut down for four days because it's memorial weekend and we need to shut down for two days because it's Martin Luther King Junior weekend and I mean at. What point does it start to get abused? Jock like the fifties sensually. It's a camel's nose under the proverbial tent flap. It is it absolutely is and it'll be interesting to see how this plays out because the carnage cream court is going to take it up and you know. I find it really interesting two stories on this. Actually there's another story that is in there about one of the brief that was filed with filed on behalf of a group that is nothing but lobbyists and special interest and all of the lobbyists and special interests are our groups that support these very high price costly bill. Of course they download them. WanNa get through get through. That's what they do so anyway speaking court here. I'm sure you'll stay on it. Speaking of go and do I know you love that kind of interesting. I did this story yesterday because I am a golfer. Well I call myself a Gaba. More Hacker and slasher. I play Army Golf. I play the whole course. Get my money's worth but did a story on Pelican lakes remaining open Throughout the Cova de Nineteen Crisis. And well there's about golf courses that are going to stay. Open right it yeah. The city of Greeley decided last night to keep their public golf courses open through the pandemic and I am going to be the first one to say. Yay and I'm not a golfer. This has nothing to do with personal. Need to go. You know hit around a golf this has to do with. This is fully within the scope of the shutdown of the fate Colorado but governor has said over and over and over again that people can get out and do things in inside their own communities he would prefer they stay in their own communities through So long as they continue to practice with social distancing because we can't sit in our houses for three weeks and do nothing to lose that literally will cause more problems than anything else because people will get depressed. They will get mad arguments. Yeah so go. By nature practices social distancing. I I don't know.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Feldman report on WWJ newsradio nine fifty we've talked about soft skills before able to communicate solve problems change direction with these when needed at Bosch USA Kavita pad kee director of learning and development says they've added another soft skill leadership just in the last two years we've started really focusing on this concept of leading where you are and that really means that you don't have to have a certain title or be at a certain level within the organization in order to lead and we really want to promote this concept across different departments and different groups during a panel discussion at the university of Michigan Dearborn college of business Kabita Paki said workers need to be comfortable being uncomfortable you may not know everything about the situation that you're going into but to be able to be adaptable in your mindset and thinking and just be comfortable knowing that you may not know everything and that's okay they'll figure it out with the Feldman report I'm Marie Feldman WWJ newsradio nine fifty Dr Tony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and he's speaking right now part of the Cova de nineteen task force that's happening in Washington we take you to the nation's capital get a get a rebound or it might cycle into the next season so what are we going to do to prepare ourselves for that one of the most important things is one that I mentioned several times from this podium and that is to clarify a bit about the timeline for vaccines and would that have any real impact on what we would call the rebounds what we call a cycling in the season certainly for sure a vaccine is not gonna help us now next month the month after but as I mentioned to you we went into a phase one trial and I I keep referring to one vaccine there's more than one there's a couple of handfuls of vaccines at different stages of development but they're all following the same course in the course is your first go in to a phase one trial to see if it's safe you have very few people forty five people within a certain age group all healthy none at really any great risk of getting infected the reason you do that because you want to make sure that it's safe then the next thing you do in that takes about three months easily maybe more so that's going to bring us into the beginning or middle of the summer then you go to a phase two trial or what we say to three which means we'll put a lot of people in there now we hope that there aren't a lot of people getting infected but it is likely there will be somewhere in the world with that's going on so it's likely that we will get what's called an efficacy signal and we will know whether or not it actually works if in fact it does we hope to Russia to be able to have some impact on recycling in the next season and like I said that could be a year to a year and a half I'm not changing any of the dates that I mention but one of the things that we are going to do that you need to understand that has been a stumbling block for previous development of vaccines and that is even before you know something works at risk you have to start producing it because once you know it works you can't say great it works now give me another six months to produce it so we're working with a variety of companies to take that risk we didn't take it with Zeke and that's why you know we have a nice ego vaccine but we don't have enough to do it because there's no Zeke around same with sars so that's one of the things were really going to push on is to be able to have it ready if in fact it works now the issue of safety something that I want to make sure the American public understands it's not only safety when you inject somebody and they get maybe an idiosyncratic reaction they get a little allergic reaction they get pain this safety associated does the vaccine make you worse in there are diseases in which you vaccinate someone they get infected with what you're trying to protect them with and you actually enhance the infection you can get a good feel for that in animal models so that's going to be indisposed at the same time that we're testing we're gonna try and make sure we don't have enhancement the worst possible thing you could do is vaccinate somebody to prevent infection and actually make them worse next and finally with regard I'll go get you your question finally with regard to therapies I mean we keep getting asked about therapies is a whole menu of therapies that are going to clinical trials as I've told you all that R. repeated again the best way to get the best drug as quickly as possible is to do a randomized control trial so that you know is it safe and it's effective if it's not effective get it off the board and go to the next thing if it is effective get it out to the people that need it so you're gonna be hearing over the next month or more about different drugs they're going to go into these randomized controlled trials and I feel confident knowing about what this virus is and what we can do with it that we will have some sort of therapy that give at least a partial if not a very good protection in in preventing progression of disease and we'll be back here talking about that a lot I'm sure thank you so much don't you tackle some **** just depends what you're saying about this idea of race drug manufacturer using them at some point.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on WTOP

"To help businesses and American workers stay afloat during the pandemic Majority Leader Mitch McConnell struggling Americans are going to go to their mailboxes and fun for figure checks to help with their bills why because the Senate stepped up Louisiana is quickly becoming an epicenter for covert nineteen this is governor John bel Edwards ventilator capacity is far from okay in Louisiana the problem isn't just that the cases are growing every day it is that they're growing rapidly every day several companies say they're retooling to manufacture medical equipment like ventilators other companies like apple helping in other ways apple is so has sourced procured and is donating ten million mass to the medical community and United States CEO Tim cook CBS news update I'm Peter king the Senate voted late last night damn that came with a lot of twists and turns that centered on the key part of the massive relief measure WTOP's Mitchell Miller reports today on the hill some Senate Republicans including senator Lindsey Graham have major issues with how the expanded unemployment insurance is set up adding six hundred dollars a week for up to four months what we have done is to pay people more not to work then to work but democratic whip Dick Durbin says workers should get extra help during this crisis we're asking these people to stay home or ask them to help us defeat this virus by not working senator Bernie Sanders at one point threatened to hold up the entire bill if GOP lawmakers didn't withdraw their objection ultimately they were satisfied to offer up an amendment which fell short opening the way for the final vote on the massive relief package on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news you wouldn't think the stated hood issue would affect how much money the district will get as part of the corona virus relief bill but that seems to be the case DC leaders say this is a case where not being a state is proving costly DC is forced to share a part of three billion dollars with five U. S. territories with similar populations bottom line five hundred million dollars compared to one point two five billion dollars for the nation's other states the mayor and council chair point out that that amount is woefully inadequate when you consider the fact that DC has more people living in here than in Vermont or Wyoming both leaders calling on senator Mitch McConnell and Charles Schumer the fix the funding our classified DC as a state del Walters WTOP news there are more than four hundred seventy thousand coronavirus cases across the world now and more than twenty one thousand deaths here in this region there are more than a thousand cases and each jurisdiction DC Maryland and Virginia recorded its largest single day increase in positive cases over the last twenty four hours D. C. reported its third Cova de nineteen related death a seventy five year old woman who was said to have had underlying medical conditions attends DC fire and EMS member tested positive at least six Walmart employees also tested positive also a marine at the Pentagon tested positive but he's not been in that building since March thirteenth and is self isolating at home coming up in some parts of the country get back to work before others six thirty four government professionals know their security risks and status quo is not an option in response.

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Relief package for workers and businesses This of course as we talked about at great length yesterday as All the infants were throwing their toys out of their cribs and yelling and screaming in cattle rolling. Well days of temper tantrums. That had nearly been derailed as well. Nancy Pelosi mounted her broom and flew back into the DC swamp with a host a veritable. Christmas wish list of last minute demands but White House legislative affairs director. Eric Coolant saying last night early this morning. Ladies and gentlemen we are done. We have a deal now. Ulan went on to tell reporters that much of the work on the bill tax has been completed and that he was hopeful over the next several hours that Whatever was left would be finished that it would be circulated early this morning. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill amounts to unemployment compensation on steroids. And that every American who has laid off due to cove it nineteen Will have their missed. A salary remunerated that provision will enable companies to stay afloat and immediately. Bring back those employees went. Things are safe once again. President trump of course Talking ABOUT ABOUT EASTER. But is he getting a little bit ahead of his skis? So here's what. We know the unprecedented economic rescue package would give direct payments to most Americans no word of course when those payments would actually start. I've heard As early as early April but once again this entire package is it has passed the house before anything can happen but yeah. Direct payments to most Americans expand unemployment benefits and provide a three hundred sixty seven billion dollar program for small businesses to keep banking payroll while workers are forced to stay at home. Now one of the last two issues to be resolved circled around that Five hundred billion dollars guaranteed subsidized loans to larger industries including a fight over. How generous to be with the airlines given the Democrats wanted them to abide by new carbon emissions restrictions. Hospitals would get Significant help as well some DC insiders as A. Nancy Pelosi actually made the rounds giving up for her laundry list of demands. She actually beat a retreat yesterday From that massive corona virus wishlist green new deal projects immigration measures and the list goes on and on a host pardon the pun of other non virus related changes that she and fellow. Democrats had proposed just hours earlier signaling in several television interviews that our troops would likely accept the deal. They better that will emerge from the Senate while casting her own It was about fourteen hundred pages. Fourteen hundred four page bill with a price tag of two point five trillion. Oh well now. Isn't it funny? How things change on a dime. She referred to this Bill as Moore's marker a marker for future fights over the direction of American priorities on Energie. The workforce elections and Immigration Yadav Law. But yeah basically the move was a face-saving exercise not only by Pelosi but by Schumer and of course crying suck trying to take credit for GOP. Bill that he filibustered for Small Ball Alterations Democrats. The conveniently unnamed source said. Couldn't drag the situation out much longer as a result of economic conditions. That as we're all aware aware have worsened dramatically and well president trump's approval rating has indeed risen. I've seen numbers anywhere between fifty and sixty percent approval ratings for his handling of the Cova de Nineteen crisis. Now McConnell said the Senate will meet again today at noon. Didn't set a time for the boat by rule the procedural vote to begin debate on the package would happen at one. Pm Eastern time This unless unless the Senate scraps that vote and that means there's trouble bruin deal came hours after president. Trump's top economic advisor said an unprecedented at six trillion dollar stimulus plan was imminent including four trillion in liquidity from the Federal Reserve and two trillion in new bunny from the Congress. Then well yeah. Tensions then abruptly ratcheted up back again on Capitol Hill Republican senators. Lindsey Graham Steve Daines taking to the Senate floor and calling for an end to negotiations because his grand put it. Democrats were nickel and diming at a time when people are dying literally dying but interestingly enough if you are watching the markets and yes you need a very strong and sturdy constitution these days to do that but it was. Graham and Danes is late night. Push for that. Immediate vote on a stimulus spell while it came after some of the tensions in Congress had seemingly cooled for the day and Well this send the down. This actually sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average to its highest point game in its history. We'll get into that with Keith. Wineman presidential management when he joins US at seven thirty five but Republicans said late. Tuesday that Democrats were still seeking those new payouts. That were delaying. Vote on that Final Bill now. Nancy Pelosi is a backed down from her supermarket. Sweep laundry list of a whole bunch of crap. She was trying.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

12:56 min | 5 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Them. Welcome to another episode of the proxy. Voice podcast my name is Richard Brown and as always. It's a pleasure to join me again on the show today. Well today might be quite short. But probably the topic that's on the forefront of everybody's mind the tip of the tongue as the corona virus epidemic or pandemic. Actually sorry and the potential consequences fallout as a result of that. So I'm just going to talk about that a little bit. It's ironic because world. I'm talking about it because I'm here in self isolation myself I have suspected have some symptoms and I went to be tested over the weekend and still have some symptoms now. The results tight three days to come true for the corona virus tests so as I actually recalled this. I don't know if I have the virus or not even if I don't have it now I guess is a risk of getting a in the future. Everybody is ashore. Got An eye on the news and the updates and watching what's going on there Very very closely so yes so wish me luck. Let's see how it goes through the rest of the day are being `isolation for self-isolation for seventy four days I imagine regardless so there we go But essentially I wanted to talk about this The the implications of this virus really first and foremost we are We have a responsibility to be good citizens that way so I personally didn't really understand all of what was involved with this virus when I first started hearing about it. I must demand I was probably in the camp downplaying. Seriousness thinking it was something like the flu. And you know. Just pass relatively mildly Pretty significant consequences From people catching the virus. And it's it's an extremely contagious It's an EXP exponential growth curve in terms of the number of infections that are being passed around. I think each person infects at least two or three people so you can quickly multiply the number infections over a very short period of time and as I recall day so think where maybe a couple of days Or a couple of weeks behind Italy. Which is the worst in Europe? Certainly and You know the first affected in Europe closely followed by Spain so but all of Europe and the US and never where she's being affected by this virus now if you get the virus. I feel like I've got something. Let's put it that way. It was like a very heavy cold and I've got fever. I've got temperature headache. I've got so I'm not very large cough. And what's the other thing So Frank Yeah so there are things so you know. It's kind of like coal flu. Like symptoms as oppose the fever is what brings you down. It's very hard to function when you got the fever. So I've been treating that and getting it down but waiting for the results hopefully It comes out clear but if not we're going to deal with it's just one of those things but it's the contagion isn't it? The he's making. Everyone bit spooky. And it's not just a contagious. Like the you know in the colon coal passes around. Everybody gets the called The the consequences not necessarily that significant but in this case they actually can become they. So the there's a this twenty percent believe of cases of infected people that require hospital treatment and roughly five percent of those need intensive care or a ventilator to actually stay alive in fact so and that's what you know explains the sort of death rates I think it's three or four percent overrule This this lot of mystery and false information going around about statistics links and the show notes to some articles. I found very helpful They're not necessarily coming from the mainstream And I think it's good to check your facts and understand what you're what you're being told is correct and also what you can do about things but essentially yes. It's very contagious. For example the virus can live on like door handles and things like that for apparently up to nine days so a K- few coffin. It falls onto the floor at probably dies but things like plastic and ceramic metal though sort surfaces offers. You know public places. Generally speaking hope probably for the virus to manifest. So yeah it's Is extremely contagious. We need to do the sensible things for example washing hands. But I think he's probably wants the state's now we really do need self isolates and that means protecting one another from Passing this infection and in particular the the elderly really this the the health aspects the being a good citizen aspects but is it really health scare will. Obviously it is First and foremost a health scare and of course. It's only right and proper that we do the right things to protect one another as self-isolation mentioned is probably the only realistic way to go now. But some this is a number of consequences attached. That isn't it so not only the health issues. Were seeing whole regions being locked down. We're seeing launch gatherings being stopped. We're seeing travel bans with seeing what places being emptied to try and stop the spread of this infection but of course not only is a health issue there are also economic issues as well and I guess I just wanted to focus on that health professional so I can only give you some points to some good articles. I've read talk about personal experience but I really wanted just to pick up in the in the in the second half of this episode some of the potential second and third or consequences the light to call them. So obviously we've got the foul issues and we're trying to contain this virus and we're trying to limit the spread protect people from a serious illness or even worse but Then let's start to play. The scenario through businesses are not you know taking people into the office you know that means productivity is probably going to fall Revenues are probably going to fall as well Prophets of businesses again to fall that. They'RE GOING TO BE IN TROUBLE. Essentially only today as a record this Boris Johnson is basically said he'd rather people didn't go too into and clubs in social settings and reduce the restaurant occupancy by fifty percents. The airline industry is being absolutely decimated of course with travel bans and people just choosing not to travel. Obviously we've had the oil price crash at the same time. So that's a double whammy and we've seen the stock market. Take a tumble. So these are pretty well. Uncharted waters then. Uncharted INSOFAR as we've had economic setbacks. But they're uncharted. Insofar as how it happened in a few months ago to talk about Black Swan events and I guess you describe. It was one of those. Wouldn't you but the thing is against this property investors and developers this some consequences that we need to be mindful of as. And maybe there's some things that we need to keep in mind the Michigan so that we can put in place as well so tenant soup may be going to struggle with the earnings so A lot of people won't be able to work the hours that they used to work. And if they're on our based You know a time based contracts COSA INCOME IS GONNA struggle. That's going to put pressure on them to pay their rents of where landlords we might have tenants who is struggling to Rents to a so. I'm expecting to see some arrears arising I over the next few months obviously as people are struggling to make ends meet If I'm not points of view then of course you know we've got things like depending on your property strategy so that would be sort of buying whole type of strategy if you will a flipper your property trading. You might be in the middle of a project about to come out for projects and put your property on the market but is anybody coming out if you it What is the competition like a lot to sell that property on so We we're in uncharted waters. So I guess if you're also developer now you go pretty you know if you're in the middle of project on the middle of a number of projects and so the cost of that project could be extended potentially so you could have people not going to work because at once associate with the people therefore that could drag the time out On necessarily you might have carrying costs over that period of time you may need to Incur additional expenses during the development period. And of course come the end of the developments. If you're going to sell those properties on will they sell if you're going to refinance there's been a little bit of good news? Obviously on the financing side with an interest rate cut whether that actually makes its way through into real mortgage writes a remains to be seen. Let's hope so But you know we'll see base rate caught back down to the historic. Low record of percent is welcome A boost at this point in time but I think really the biggest issue is all about liquidity and having contingency plans and indeed funds available. I think we probably have to expect that. We might take a bit of a hit and one way or another over the next few months. We need to be prepared. And that means putting measures in place So for example having a contingency fund so we could buffer ourselves against two or three months rent unpaid or short paid from tenants who is struggling Perhaps we can negotiate a moratorium lockup. A payment holiday on mortgages with lenders are believed some nine dizzying quite sympathetic to the idea of putting the mortgage payments on pause Deferring interest payments for a period of time. Has Maybe something we can do to help. Bridge that gap. We should try and have fun. Set aside if possible so liquidating assets and converting Hard to convert assets into more liquid or cash based assets so that we can respond to events we should try and fix our interest rates you know as as long as possible probably in this period of time or or or get extra financing in place to have a bit of a buffer to survive You know a bit of a difficult period by one intents and purposes. It probably looks like you know well into the last half of the year before we see the end of this particular. A crisis as opposed. You might call it so I'm not trying to alarm anyone. I'm not trying to stoke fear but I am trying to make sure that we're prepared so this is happening. Austin you know. Things are changing very very rapidly and we need to be prepared for that. So that's this sort of mitigation side of things in the contingency side of things but equally. There's an opportunity side of things too and I think was Warren Buffett said Sir to be fearful when others agreed ingredient of fearful Well you know there may be opportunities here. People might be struggling a little bit There might be opportunities to bag a bargain if you have cash on hand so there's the flipside so too so perhaps being ready to take advantage of a market drop or lack of competition or something like that is also something worth considering as well so Yeah I I didn't WANNA speak too long and if you can't tell but I feel a little bit banged up and Not In the best of spirits so I just wanted to do a short update today. Talk a little bit about this The C word is is called the corona virus Or or Cova de Nineteen virus to give it. It's correct You know they're derive name if I could say the word and just share some of my top of mind thoughts with you Are obviously going to be looking at my own cash flow planning similar contingency plans and just revisiting somewhere developments just to make sure everything's GonNa be okay. But bit of uncharted waters Just take care out there on a personal level. Take care of one another you know. Be a responsible citizen but equally look after Your Business and The may be an update in the future about you. Support the might be available to businesses Going through a struggle. Let's see if there's going to be any government assistance but you know everyone's looking to everyone else who's GonNa Pay? My mortgage is going to pay. You know so. Set My business if I have lost money because I can't it can't work or a Colin Account. Do My business watch this space. The maybe more updates over the coming weeks ahead. Maybe I'll return to the topic lighter but for now I just want to leave you with some thoughts Saudi it's not the most upbeat and positive. Podcast I could've shed with you but as you can tell I'm right in the thick of it myself so whatever you all stay safe and keep you in check and guess You know just how the the website proxy force Dot Net. If you WANNA see any show notes drop me. An email podcast. The prophecy voice dot net. If you want to reach out to me about anything from today's show on anything from investing more generally hold.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

12:50 min | 5 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Them. Welcome to another episode of the proxy. Voice podcast my name is Richard Brown and as always. It's a pleasure to join me again on the show today. Well today might be quite short. But probably the topic that's on the forefront of everybody's mind the tip of the tongue as the corona virus epidemic or pandemic. Actually sorry and the potential consequences fallout as a result of that. So I'm just going to talk about that a little bit. It's ironic because world. I'm talking about it because I'm here in self isolation myself I have suspected have some symptoms and I went to be tested over the weekend and still have some symptoms now. The results take three days to come true for the corona virus tests so as I actually recalled this. I don't know if I have the virus or not even if I don't have it now I guess is a risk of getting a in the future. Everybody is ashore. Got An eye on the news and the updates and watching what's going on there Very very closely so yes. Wish me luck. Let's see how it goes through the rest of the day are being `isolation for self-isolation for seventy four days I imagine regardless so there we go But essentially I wanted to talk about this The the implications of this virus really first and foremost we are We have a responsibility to be good citizens that way so I personally didn't really understand all of what was involved with this virus when I first started hearing about it. I must demand I was probably in the camp downplaying. Seriousness thinking it was something like the flu. And you know. Just pass relatively mildly Pretty significant consequences From people catching the virus. And it's it's an extremely contagious It's an EXP exponential growth curve in terms of the number of infections that are being passed around. I think each person infects at least two or three people so you can quickly multiply the number infections over a very short period of time and as I recall day so think where maybe a couple of days Or a couple of weeks behind Italy. Which is the worst in Europe? Certainly and You know the first affected in Europe closely followed by Spain so but all of Europe and the US and never where she's being affected by this virus now if you get the virus. I feel like I've got something. Let's put it that way. It was like a very heavy cold and I've got fever. I've got temperature headache. I've got so I'm not very large cough. And what's the other thing So Frank Yeah so there are things so you know. It's kind of like coal flu. Like symptoms as oppose the fever is what brings you down. It's very hard to function when you got the fever. So I've been treating that and getting it down but waiting for the results hopefully It comes out clear but if not we're going to deal with it's just one of those things but it's the contagion isn't it? The he's making. Everyone bit spooky. And it's not just a contagious. Like the you know in the colon coal passes around. Everybody gets the called The the consequences not necessarily that significant but in this case they actually can become they. So the there's a this twenty percent believe of cases of infected people that require hospital treatment and roughly five percent of those need intensive care or a ventilator to actually stay alive in fact so and that's what you know explains the sort of death rates I think it's three or four percent overrule This this lot of mystery and false information going around about statistics emiss- links and the show notes to some articles. I found very helpful They're not necessarily coming from the mainstream And I think it's good to check your facts and understand what you're what you're being told is correct and also what you can do about things but essentially yes. It's very contagious. For example the virus can live on like door handles and things like that for apparently up to nine days so a K- few coffin. It falls onto the floor at probably dies but things like plastic and ceramic metal though sort surfaces off rooms you know public places generally speaking hope probably for the virus to manifest. So yeah it's Is extremely contagious. We need to do the sensible things for example washing hands. But I think he's probably wants the state's now we really do need self isolates and that means protecting one another from Passing this infection and in particular the the elderly really this the the health aspects the being a good citizen aspects but is it really health scare will. Obviously it is First and foremost a health scare and of course. It's only right and proper that we do the right things to protect one another as self-isolation mentioned is probably the only realistic way to go now. But some this is a number of consequences attached. That isn't it so not only the health issues. Were seeing whole regions being locked down. We're seeing launch gatherings being stopped. We're seeing travel bans with seeing what places being emptied to try and stop the spread of this infection but of course not only is a health issue there are also economic issues as well and I guess I just wanted to focus on that health professional so I can only give you some points to some good articles. I've read talk about personal experience but I really wanted just to pick up in the in the in the second half of this episode some of the potential second and third or consequences the light to call them. So obviously we've got the health issues and we're trying to contain this virus and we're trying to limit the spread protect people from a serious illness or even worse but Then let's start to play. The scenario through businesses are not you know taking people into the office you know that means productivity is probably going to fall Revenues are probably going to fall as well Prophets of businesses again to fall that. They'RE GOING TO BE IN TROUBLE. Essentially only today as a record this Boris Johnson is basically said he'd rather people didn't go too into and clubs in social settings and reduce the restaurant occupancy by fifty percents. The airline industry is being absolutely decimated of course with travel bans and people just choosing not to travel. Obviously we've had the oil price crash at the same time. So that's a double whammy and we've seen the stock market. Take a tumble. So these are pretty well. Uncharted waters then. Uncharted INSOFAR as we've had economic setbacks. But they're uncharted. Insofar as how it happened and of course a few months ago to talk about Black Swan events and I guess you describe. It was one of those. Wouldn't you but the thing is against this property investors and developers this some consequences that we need to be mindful of as well. And maybe there's some things that we need to keep in mind the Michigan so that we can put in place as well so tenant soup may be going to struggle with the earnings so A lot of people won't be able to work the hours that they used to work. And if they're on our based You know a time based contracts COSA INCOME IS GONNA struggle. That's going to put pressure on them to pay their rents of where landlords we might have tenants who is struggling to Rents to a so. I'm expecting to see some arrears arising I over the next few months obviously as people are struggling to make ends meet If I'm not points of view then of course you know we've got things like depending on your property strategy so that would be sort of buying whole type of strategy if you will a flipper your property trading. You might be in the middle of a project about to come out for projects and put your property on the market but is anybody coming out if you it What is the competition like a lot to sell that property on so We we're in uncharted waters. So I guess if you're also developer now you go pretty you know if you're in the middle of project on the middle of a number of projects and so the cost of that project could be extended potentially so you could have people not going to work because at once associate with the people therefore that could drag the time out On necessarily you might have carrying costs over that period of time you may need to Incur additional expenses during the development period. And of course come the end of the developments. If you're going to sell those properties on will they sell if you're going to refinance there's been a little bit of good news? Obviously on the financing side with an interest rate cut whether that actually makes its way through into real mortgage writes a remains to be seen. Let's hope so But you know we'll see base rate caught back down to the historic low record of percent is welcome a boost at this point in time but I think really. The biggest issue is all about liquidity and having contingency plans and indeed funds available. I think we probably have to expect that. We might take a bit of a hit and one way or another over the next few months. We need to be prepared. And that means putting measures in place So for example having a contingency fund so we could buffer ourselves against two or three months rent on pied or short paid from tenants who is struggling Perhaps we can negotiate a moratorium lockup. A payment holiday on mortgages with lenders are believed some nine dizzying quite sympathetic to the idea of putting the mortgage payments on pause Deferring interest payments for a period of time. Has Maybe something we can do to help. Bridge that gap. We should try and have fun. Set aside if possible so liquidating assets and converting Hard to convert assets into more liquid or cash based assets so that we can respond to events we should try and fix our interest rates and you know as as long as possible probably in this period of time or or or get extra financing in place to have a bit of a buffer to survive. you know a bit of a difficult period. Biden intents and purposes. It probably looks like you know well into the last half of the year before we see the end of this particular Crisis as opposed. You might call it so I'm not trying to alarm anyone. I'm not trying to stoke fear but I am trying to make sure that we're prepared so this is happening. Austin things are changing very very rapidly and we need to be prepared for that. So that's this sort of mitigation side of things in the contingency side of things but equally. There's an opportunity side of things too and I think was Warren Buffett said Sir to be fearful when others agreed ingredient of fearful Well you know there may be opportunities here. People might be struggling a little bit There might be opportunities to bag a bargain if you have cash on hand so there's the flipside so too so perhaps being ready to take advantage of a market drop or lack of competition or something like that is also something worth considering as well so Yeah I I didn't WANNA speak too long and if you can't tell but I feel a little bit banged up and Not In the best of spirits so I just wanted to do a short update today. Talk a little bit about this The C word is is called the corona virus Or or Cova de Nineteen virus to give it. It's correct You know they're derive name if I could say the word and just share some of my top of mind thoughts with you Obviously going to be looking at my own cash flow planning similar contingency plans and just revisiting somewhere developments just to make sure everything's GonNa be okay. But bit of uncharted waters Just take care out there on a personal level. Take care of one another you know. Be a responsible citizen but equally look after Your Business and The may be an update in the future about you. Support the might be available to businesses Going through a struggle. Let's see if there's going to be any government assistance but you know everyone's looking to everyone else who's GonNa Pay? My mortgage is going to pay. You know so. Set My business if I have lost money because I can't it can't work or a Colin Account. Do My business watch this space. The maybe more updates over the coming weeks ahead. Maybe I'll return to the topic lighter but for now I just want to leave you with some thoughts Saudi it's not the most upbeat and positive. Podcast I could've shed with you but as you can tell I'm right in the thick of it myself so whatever you all stay safe and keep you in check and guess You know just how the the website proxy force Dot Net. If you WANNA see any show notes drop me. An email podcast. The prophecy voice dot net. If you want to reach out to.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

12:50 min | 5 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Them. Welcome to another episode of the proxy. Voice podcast my name is Richard Brown and as always. It's a pleasure to join me again on the show today. Well today might be quite short. But probably the topic that's on the forefront of everybody's mind the tip of the tongue as the corona virus epidemic or pandemic. Actually sorry and the potential consequences fallout as a result of that. So I'm just going to talk about that a little bit. It's ironic because world. I'm talking about it because I'm here in self isolation myself I have suspected have some symptoms and I went to be tested over the weekend and still have some symptoms now. The results take three days to come true for the corona virus tests so as I actually recalled this. I don't know if I have the virus or not even if I don't have it now I guess is a risk of getting a in the future. Everybody is ashore. Got An eye on the news and the updates and watching what's going on there Very very closely so yes so wish me luck. Let's see how it goes through the rest of the day are being `isolation for self-isolation for seventy four days I imagine regardless so there we go But essentially I wanted to talk about this The the implications of this virus really first and foremost we are We have a responsibility to be good citizens that way so I personally didn't really understand all of what was involved with this virus when I first started hearing about it. I must demand I was probably in the camp downplaying. Seriousness thinking it was something like the flu. And you know. Just pass relatively mildly Pretty significant consequences From people catching the virus. And it's it's an extremely contagious It's an EXP exponential growth curve in terms of the number of infections that are being passed around. I think each person infects at least two or three people so you can quickly multiply the number infections over a very short period of time and as I recall day so think where maybe a couple of days Or a couple of weeks behind Italy. Which is the worst in Europe? Certainly and You know the first affected in Europe closely followed by Spain so but all of Europe and the US and never where she's being affected by this virus now if you get the virus. I feel like I've got something. Let's put it that way. It was like a very heavy cold and I've got fever. I've got temperature headache. I've got so I'm not very large cough. And what's the other thing So Frank Yeah so there are things so you know. It's kind of like coal flu. Like symptoms as oppose the fever is what brings you down. It's very hard to function when you got the fever. So I've been treating that and getting it down but waiting for the results hopefully It comes out clear but if not we're going to deal with it's just one of those things but it's the contagion isn't it? The he's making. Everyone bit spooky. And it's not just a contagious. Like the you know in the colon coal passes around. Everybody gets the called The the consequences not necessarily that significant but in this case they actually can become they. So the there's a this twenty percent believe of cases of infected people that require hospital treatment and roughly five percent of those need intensive care or a ventilator to actually stay alive in fact so and that's what you know explains the sort of death rates I think it's three or four percent overrule This this lot of mystery and false information going around about statistics emiss- links and the show notes to some articles. I found very helpful They're not necessarily coming from the mainstream And I think it's good to check your facts and understand what you're what you're being told is correct and also what you can do about things but essentially yes. It's very contagious. For example the virus can live on like door handles and things like that for apparently up to nine days so a K- few coffin. It falls onto the floor at probably dies but things like plastic and ceramic metal though sort surfaces off rooms you know public places generally speaking hope probably for the virus to manifest. So yeah it's Is extremely contagious. We need to do the sensible things for example washing hands. But I think he's probably wants the state's now we really do need self isolates and that means protecting one another from Passing this infection and in particular the the elderly really this the the health aspects the being a good citizen aspects but is it really health scare will. Obviously it is First and foremost a health scare and of course. It's only right and proper that we do the right things to protect one another as self-isolation mentioned is probably the only realistic way to go now. But some this is a number of consequences attached. That isn't it so not only the health issues. Were seeing whole regions being locked down. We're seeing launch gatherings being stopped. We're seeing travel bans with seeing what places being emptied to try and stop the spread of this infection but of course not only is a health issue there are also economic issues as well and I guess I just wanted to focus on that health professional so I can only give you some points to some good articles. I've read talk about personal experience but I really wanted just to pick up in the in the in the second half of this episode some of the potential second and third or consequences the light to call them. So obviously we've got the health issues and we're trying to contain this virus and we're trying to limit the spread protect people from a serious illness or even worse but Then let's start to play. The scenario through businesses are not you know taking people into the office you know that means productivity is probably going to fall Revenues are probably going to fall as well Prophets of businesses again to fall that. They'RE GOING TO BE IN TROUBLE. Essentially only today as a record this Boris Johnson is basically said he'd rather people didn't go too into and clubs in social settings and reduce the restaurant occupancy by fifty percents. The airline industry is being absolutely decimated of course with travel bans and people just choosing not to travel. Obviously we've had the oil price crash at the same time. So that's a double whammy and we've seen the stock market. Take a tumble. So these are pretty well. Uncharted waters then. Uncharted INSOFAR as we've had economic setbacks. But they're uncharted. Insofar as how it happened in of course a few months ago to talk about Black Swan events and I guess you describe. It was one of those. Wouldn't you but the thing is against this property investors and developers this some consequences that we need to be mindful of as well. And maybe there's some things that we need to keep in mind the Michigan so that we can put in place as well so tenant soup may be going to struggle with the earnings so A lot of people won't be able to work the hours that they used to work. And if they're on our based You know a time based contracts COSA INCOME IS GONNA struggle. That's going to put pressure on them to pay their rents of where landlords we might have tenants who is struggling to Rents to a so. I'm expecting to see some arrears arising I over the next few months obviously as people are struggling to make ends meet If I'm not points of view then of course you know we've got things like depending on your property strategy so that would be sort of buying whole type of strategy if you will a flipper your property trading. You might be in the middle of a project about to come out for projects and put your property on the market but is anybody coming out if you it What is the competition like a lot to sell that property on so We we're in uncharted waters. So I guess if you're also developer now you go pretty you know if you're in the middle of project on the middle of a number of projects and so the cost of that project could be extended potentially so you could have people not going to work because at once associate with the people therefore that could drag the time out On necessarily you might have carrying costs over that period of time you may need to Incur additional expenses during the development period. And of course come the end of the developments. If you're going to sell those properties on will they sell if you're going to refinance there's been a little bit of good news? Obviously on the financing side with an interest rate cut whether that actually makes its way through into real mortgage writes a remains to be seen. Let's hope so But you know we'll see base rate caught back down to the historic low record of percent is welcome a boost at this point in time but I think really. The biggest issue is all about liquidity and having contingency plans and indeed funds available. I think we probably have to expect that. We might take a bit of a hit and one way or another over the next few months. We need to be prepared. And that means putting measures in place So for example having a contingency fund so we could buffer ourselves against two or three months rent on pied or short paid from tenants who is struggling Perhaps we can negotiate a moratorium lockup. A payment holiday on mortgages with lenders are believed some nine dizzying quite sympathetic to the idea of putting the mortgage payments on pause Deferring interest payments for a period of time. Has Maybe something we can do to help. Bridge that gap. We should try and have fun. Set aside if possible so liquidating assets and converting Hard to convert assets into more liquid or cash based assets so that we can respond to events we should try and fix our interest rates and you know as as long as possible probably in this period of time or or or get extra financing in place to have a bit of a buffer to survive. you know a bit of a difficult period. Biden intents and purposes. It probably looks like you know well into the last half of the year before we see the end of this particular Crisis as opposed. You might call it so I'm not trying to alarm anyone. I'm not trying to stoke fear but I am trying to make sure that we're prepared so this is happening. Austin you know. Things are changing very very rapidly and we need to be prepared for that. So that's this sort of mitigation side of things in the contingency side of things but equally. There's an opportunity side of things too and I think was Warren Buffett said Sir to be fearful when others agreed ingredient of fearful Well you know there may be opportunities here. People might be struggling a little bit There might be opportunities to bag a bargain if you have cash on hand so there's the flipside so too so perhaps being ready to take advantage of a market drop or lack of competition or something like that is also something worth considering as well so Yeah I I didn't WANNA speak too long and if you can't tell but I feel a little bit banged up and Not In the best of spirits so I just wanted to do a short update today. Talk a little bit about this The C word is is called the corona virus Or or Cova de Nineteen virus to give it. It's correct You know they're derive name if I could say the word and just share some of my top of mind thoughts with you Obviously going to be looking at my own cash flow planning similar contingency plans and just revisiting somewhere developments just to make sure everything's GonNa be okay. But bit of uncharted waters Just take care out there on a personal level. Take care of one another you know. Be a responsible citizen but equally look after Your Business and The may be an update in the future about you. Support the might be available to businesses Going through a struggle. Let's see if there's going to be any government assistance but you know everyone's looking to everyone else who's GonNa Pay? My mortgage is going to pay. You know so. Set My business if I have lost money because I can't it can't work or a Colin Account. Do My business watch this space. The maybe more updates over the coming weeks ahead. Maybe I'll return to the topic lighter but for now I just want to leave you with some thoughts Saudi it's not the most upbeat and positive. Podcast I could've shed with you but as you can tell I'm right in the thick of it myself so whatever you all stay safe and keep you in check and guess You know just how the the website proxy force Dot Net. If you WANNA see any show notes drop me. An email podcast. The prophecy voice dot net. If you want to reach out to.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

The Property Voice

12:50 min | 5 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on The Property Voice

"Them. Welcome to another episode of the proxy. Voice podcast my name is Richard Brown and as always. It's a pleasure to join me again on the show today. Well today might be quite short. But probably the topic that's on the forefront of everybody's mind the tip of the tongue as the corona virus epidemic or pandemic. Actually sorry and the potential consequences fallout as a result of that. So I'm just going to talk about that a little bit. It's ironic because world. I'm talking about it because I'm here in self isolation myself I have suspected have some symptoms and I went to be tested over the weekend and still have some symptoms now. The results take three days to come true for the corona virus tests so as I actually recalled this. I don't know if I have the virus or not even if I don't have it now I guess is a risk of getting a in the future. Everybody is ashore. Got An eye on the news and the updates and watching what's going on there Very very closely so yes so wish me luck. Let's see how it goes through the rest of the day are being `isolation for self-isolation for seventy four days I imagine regardless so there we go But essentially I wanted to talk about this The the implications of this virus really first and foremost we are We have a responsibility to be good citizens that way so I personally didn't really understand all of what was involved with this virus when I first started hearing about it. I must demand I was probably in the camp downplaying. Seriousness thinking it was something like the flu. And you know. Just pass relatively mildly Pretty significant consequences From people catching the virus. And it's it's an extremely contagious It's an EXP exponential growth curve in terms of the number of infections that are being passed around. I think each person infects at least two or three people so you can quickly multiply the number infections over a very short period of time and as I recall day so think where maybe a couple of days Or a couple of weeks behind Italy. Which is the worst in Europe? Certainly and You know the first affected in Europe closely followed by Spain so but all of Europe and the US and never where she's being affected by this virus now if you get the virus. I feel like I've got something. Let's put it that way. It was like a very heavy cold and I've got fever. I've got temperature headache. I've got so I'm not very large cough. And what's the other thing So Frank Yeah so there are things so you know. It's kind of like coal flu. Like symptoms as oppose the fever is what brings you down. It's very hard to function when you got the fever. So I've been treating that and getting it down but waiting for the results hopefully It comes out clear but if not we're going to deal with it's just one of those things but it's the contagion isn't it? The he's making. Everyone bit spooky. And it's not just a contagious. Like the you know in the colon coal passes around. Everybody gets the called The the consequences not necessarily that significant but in this case they actually can become they. So the there's a this twenty percent believe of cases of infected people that require hospital treatment and roughly five percent of those need intensive care or a ventilator to actually stay alive in fact so and that's what you know explains the sort of death rates I think it's three or four percent overrule This this lot of mystery and false information going around about statistics emiss- links and the show notes to some articles. I found very helpful They're not necessarily coming from the mainstream And I think it's good to check your facts and understand what you're what you're being told is correct and also what you can do about things but essentially yes. It's very contagious. For example the virus can live on like door handles and things like that for apparently up to nine days so a K- few coffin. It falls onto the floor at probably dies but things like plastic and ceramic metal though sort surfaces off rooms you know public places generally speaking hope probably for the virus to manifest. So yeah it's Is extremely contagious. We need to do the sensible things for example washing hands. But I think he's probably wants the state's now we really do need self isolates and that means protecting one another from Passing this infection and in particular the the elderly really this the the health aspects the being a good citizen aspects but is it really health scare will. Obviously it is First and foremost a health scare and of course. It's only right and proper that we do the right things to protect one another as self-isolation mentioned is probably the only realistic way to go now. But some this is a number of consequences attached. That isn't it so not only the health issues. Were seeing whole regions being locked down. We're seeing launch gatherings being stopped. We're seeing travel bans with seeing what places being emptied to try and stop the spread of this infection but of course not only is a health issue there are also economic issues as well and I guess I just wanted to focus on that health professional so I can only give you some points to some good articles. I've read talk about personal experience but I really wanted just to pick up in the in the in the second half of this episode some of the potential second and third or consequences the light to call them. So obviously we've got the health issues and we're trying to contain this virus and we're trying to limit the spread protect people from a serious illness or even worse but Then let's start to play. The scenario through businesses are not you know taking people into the office you know that means productivity is probably going to fall Revenues are probably going to fall as well Prophets of businesses again to fall that. They'RE GOING TO BE IN TROUBLE. Essentially only today as a record this Boris Johnson is basically said he'd rather people didn't go too into and clubs in social settings and reduce the restaurant occupancy by fifty percents. The airline industry is being absolutely decimated of course with travel bans and people just choosing not to travel. Obviously we've had the oil price crash at the same time. So that's a double whammy and we've seen the stock market. Take a tumble. So these are pretty well. Uncharted waters then. Uncharted INSOFAR as we've had economic setbacks. But they're uncharted. Insofar as how it happened and of course a few months ago to talk about Black Swan events and I guess you describe. It was one of those. Wouldn't you but the thing is against this property investors and developers this some consequences that we need to be mindful of as well. And maybe there's some things that we need to keep in mind the Michigan so that we can put in place as well so tenant soup may be going to struggle with the earnings so A lot of people won't be able to work the hours that they used to work. And if they're on our based You know a time based contracts COSA INCOME IS GONNA struggle. That's going to put pressure on them to pay their rents of where landlords we might have tenants who is struggling to Rents to a so. I'm expecting to see some arrears arising I over the next few months obviously as people are struggling to make ends meet If I'm not points of view then of course you know we've got things like depending on your property strategy so that would be sort of buying whole type of strategy if you will a flipper your property trading. You might be in the middle of a project about to come out for projects and put your property on the market but is anybody coming out if you it What is the competition like a lot to sell that property on so We we're in uncharted waters. So I guess if you're also developer now you go pretty you know if you're in the middle of project on the middle of a number of projects and so the cost of that project could be extended potentially so you could have people not going to work because at once associate with the people therefore that could drag the time out On necessarily you might have carrying costs over that period of time you may need to Incur additional expenses during the development period. And of course come the end of the developments. If you're going to sell those properties on will they sell if you're going to refinance there's been a little bit of good news? Obviously on the financing side with an interest rate cut whether that actually makes its way through into real mortgage writes a remains to be seen. Let's hope so But you know we'll see base rate caught back down to the historic low record of percent is welcome a boost at this point in time but I think really. The biggest issue is all about liquidity and having contingency plans and indeed funds available. I think we probably have to expect that. We might take a bit of a hit and one way or another over the next few months. We need to be prepared. And that means putting measures in place So for example having a contingency fund so we could buffer ourselves against two or three months rent on pied or short paid from tenants who is struggling Perhaps we can negotiate a moratorium lockup. A payment holiday on mortgages with lenders are believed some nine dizzying quite sympathetic to the idea of putting the mortgage payments on pause Deferring interest payments for a period of time. Has Maybe something we can do to help. Bridge that gap. We should try and have fun. Set aside if possible so liquidating assets and converting Hard to convert assets into more liquid or cash based assets so that we can respond to events we should try and fix our interest rates and you know as as long as possible probably in this period of time or or or get extra financing in place to have a bit of a buffer to survive. you know a bit of a difficult period. Biden intents and purposes. It probably looks like you know well into the last half of the year before we see the end of this particular Crisis as opposed. You might call it so I'm not trying to alarm anyone. I'm not trying to stoke fear but I am trying to make sure that we're prepared so this is happening. Austin you know. Things are changing very very rapidly and we need to be prepared for that. So that's this sort of mitigation side of things in the contingency side of things but equally. There's an opportunity side of things too and I think was Warren Buffett said Sir to be fearful when others agreed ingredient of fearful Well you know there may be opportunities here. People might be struggling a little bit There might be opportunities to bag a bargain if you have cash on hand so there's the flipside so too so perhaps being ready to take advantage of a market drop or lack of competition or something like that is also something worth considering as well so Yeah I I didn't WANNA speak too long and if you can't tell but I feel a little bit banged up and Not In the best of spirits so I just wanted to do a short update today. Talk a little bit about this The C word is is called the corona virus Or or Cova de Nineteen virus to give it. It's correct You know they're derive name if I could say the word and just share some of my top of mind thoughts with you Obviously going to be looking at my own cash flow planning similar contingency plans and just revisiting somewhere developments just to make sure everything's GonNa be okay. But bit of uncharted waters Just take care out there on a personal level. Take care of one another you know. Be a responsible citizen but equally look after Your Business and The may be an update in the future about you. Support the might be available to businesses Going through a struggle. Let's see if there's going to be any government assistance but you know everyone's looking to everyone else who's GonNa Pay? My mortgage is going to pay. You know so. Set My business if I have lost money because I can't it can't work or a Colin Account. Do My business watch this space. The maybe more updates over the coming weeks ahead. Maybe I'll return to the topic lighter but for now I just want to leave you with some thoughts Saudi it's not the most upbeat and positive. Podcast I could've shed with you but as you can tell I'm right in the thick of it myself so whatever you all stay safe and keep you in check and guess You know just how the the website proxy force Dot Net. If you WANNA see any show notes drop me. An email podcast. The prophecy voice dot net. If you want to reach out to.

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"cova de nineteen" Discussed on This is Why

This is Why

10:27 min | 5 months ago

"cova de nineteen" Discussed on This is Why

"Covert nineteen is affecting people around the world both by the news of it and in actually catching the disease. But how contagious is the disease? Dr Moti if someone is a symptomatic can they spread? Covert nineteen on the good side for covert nineteen is the issue of whether or not transmission occurs when people are don't have symptoms so called a symptomatic so if people can transmit the virus when they're not sick that makes it much more difficult to know whether or not they're capable of transmitting the virus so in other words somebody who's sitting next to you on the bus and does not have a fever does not have a cough Is still capable of transmitting that virus to you. We now know that that happens. Extraordinarily rarely with couvet nineteen people that transmit the covert nineteen virus. They have symptoms so that allows us to pursue a strategy where we say if you have symptoms. Please stay home. So that'll help with containing covert nineteen. What's challenging aspect of the virus on the negative side of that equation is the issue of what we call attack or transmission rate. So we've talked already about the fatality rate. This is a different statistic and what it says is if you look at a population of people and there is one case. Statistically how many people does that person spread the infection to and they get sick so if one person gets sick and they spread it to one other person that's a transmission reiter attack rate of one whereas if one person gets sick and they transmit it to to five people then the attack greater transmission rate is five K. So if you look at seasonal flu about one person so the attack rate Is One so n seasonal flu? One person will get it and they will spread it to one other person so unfortunately for covert nineteen. That number is around two three so that means that one person gets it they will spread it to two or three other people and you can see that if you start looking at that and saying so those two to three people spread it to two or three other people right then. It becomes much more difficult to contain because it's expanding exponentially if I put that in perspective though and say so. What about some other viruses? The number for measles is around fifteen use of the measles vaccine is. What's led to the containment of disease with such a high transmission rate? If people don't have immunity to measles they should be vaccinated. Because that's the way that we actually mitigate against that infection because it has such a high transmission rate. So that's you know. So that makes covert nineteen more difficult to control than seasonal flu. And when you're trying to pursue a containment strategy that makes it challenging not impossible but challenging so copen nineteen can't be spread by people who don't have symptoms but it spreads wider than the common cold. Dr Mody how would you grade the worldwide response to the novel Corona Virus? Their response in China has been unprecedented. They have affected public health measures successful public health measures. That have never been done. Before and mankind history would of told us that those public health that they implemented at the start of the Cova nineteen outbreak would be unsuccessful that absolutely has proven to be not true. China has contained this infection. The number of cases has dropped steadies in Towards the end of January exactly the opposite is present in the rest of the world and looking at my screen here in front of me that shows real time data for Cova nineteen over the world we are now at ninety four thousand two hundred and fifty cases in the world and the number of cases outside. China has grown steadily to looks like it somewhere around eighteen thousand now so Basically China has if they continue as long as the virus doesn't change or anything they have basically Dealt with the problem in the rest of the world it becomes much greater problem and cases are growing exponentially you know. This is troublesome but The Chinese experience and the Chinese data shows that it is capable. It is possible to contain this Brian. This this virus but we probably need to do what they've done so it sounds like you're expecting that we will hear more cases of Cova nineteen in the US and in Canada in the coming months. Yes Dr Mody. When can we expect? A to be ready for. Covert nineteen right. So this is a very active area of research I think there are now Twenty or more vaccines that are in various stages of development. That's important because we don't know what the very best target for. Cova de Nineteen is going to be and various different vaccines are capable of producing side effects. That are unwanted So it's really important to have a very broad pipeline for vaccines but that also says that You GotTa do. All the safety. Trials efficacy trials and then actually real world in the field trials to know they work before you can release them. So if we work at light speed It's GonNa be a year or more before. We actually have a vaccine until the vaccine is ready for the public. What can we do to prevent spreading or catching this corona virus number one? Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer. We know that those things are effective. Wash your hands or hand sanitizer after every public surfaces that you touch number two. Don't touch your face your nose. Your is in fact somebody said to me the other day that the major benefit wearing a mask because actually so you don't touch your face kind of set that's the case but it's true. I mean human nature is to scratch your nose touch your face in some way or the third is Maintain what we call social distancing state six feet away from other people in public spaces in terms of a mask. You know if you're in a place and Somebody is coughing right next to you. The best thing to do probably is to move if that's not possible. Then perhaps the mask it's worth using The unfortunate thing is that masks only last fifteen or twenty minutes and so used them sparingly And really the truth is that. If you've got a mask in your pocket you're probably better off to offer it to the person who's doing the coughing. That will protect you more than putting it on yourself but that might not be socially acceptable to many your local health. Authorities will also have corona virus information relevant to your region or province on March fourth. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created a cabinet committee to deal with the virus outbreak including the Deputy Prime Minister and ministers of Health Public Safety Industry Finance Employment and economic development. The committee is charged with complementing. The work being done by the government's Incident Response Group. If all that has you feeling a little anxious if you've noticed maybe your hands are clenched or you're just tight. You're breathing is shallow and quick. That's another effect of the novel. Corona Virus Oprah community and stress. Next time on this is why we look at these psychological battleground. That's part and parcel of the cove nineteen outbreaks and all outbreaks of infectious diseases. With Dr Steven Taylor. 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