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Luisterend naar het #vaccindebat met @hugodejonge: Alle partijen zijn extreem kritisch. Iedereen zegt ongeveer hetzelfde. Iedereen praat over "de ICT". Niemand vraagt om welke ICT het precies gaat. Is best cruciaal, want het @rivm heeft al een systeem voor vaccinatie-registratie.
Als dat systeem niet wordt gebruikt dan heeft @hugodejonge iets toe te lichten. Als dat systeem wel wordt gebruikt zou iemand toch kunnen vragen wat er functioneel of technisch mis is.
Weet je wat? We gaan googelen.... He, het RIVM werkt aan een nieuw systeem. Een centraal register (hoi @F_azarkan).
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Our collaborative study unravels #SARSCoV2 #SuperSpreader events in #Austria and the inter- and intra-host mutational dynamics.

Preprint at @biorxivpreprint available now:… !

1/7 Graphic design @alex_lercher
Through #Phylogenetic #SARSCoV2 analyses and data integration with @GISAID @nextstrain , we unveiled the links between #Austrian clusters to the global #pandemic.

Explore our data and data-driven narratives at #NextstrainAustria… !

With #Epidemiological and #Phylogenetic data we investigated the geographic origins and distributions of SARS-CoV-2 in Austria. Different viruses circulated in the ski-resort region of #Ischgl with the most dominant #Tyrol-1 linked to @nextstrain clade 20C.

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If you think more highway is part of the solution... are probably part of the problem.

Read about the #Bottleneck in… by @tverka Image
'You could of course get rid of the city entirely'*

*Spoiler: not really, the #bottleneck problem -inherent to car traffic- will persist and you will have only relocated it. Image
Here is your solution
(thanks to @nextpolarbears) Image
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@henryfarrell & @ANewman_forward make the case that "not all firms suppliers, or countries are equally risky and that it may be better to build in #redundancy for possible bottlenecks than to cut them away entirely." They also refer to the following papers…
@helper_susan presents the idea of "total value contribution" encouraging "#supplychain managers to first consider how decisions affect #value #drivers, bevore they even consider costs."…
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