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#Westwing Présentation des résultats annuels

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Mais au-delà de ça on apprend quelques points interessants pour le secteur👇
Le marché du "Home & Living" sur internet ne retournera pas aux niveaux pré-COVID :

1⃣Les avantages sont tels (facilité et expérience), que les habitudes de #consommation ne s’inverseront pas
2⃣La tendance #cocooning demeure = + de temps passé à la maison
3⃣Tendance #démographique favorable à 1 adoption plus poussée sur le e-commerce
4⃣ La #technologie telle que la réalité augmentée
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1/n This is an important question. The *main* answer is, median age of those infected in Germany. There are lots of factors hidden behind that, but that's the main factor.
The next main factor: quality of Germany's healthcare.
2/n As you point out, @AminTheReader, #Germany has a relatively higher #COVID19 infection rate. In fact it was *officially* higher than #Britain's, till April 28.
(officially only; the UK was way under-testing).
3/Like many places, #COVID19 started in Germany w/ the relatively well-off; people returning from skiing holidays in Italy. But actions Germany undertook *after* that were crucial. They meant median age of infected stayed lower than in many other countries
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THREAD 1/12 Patients with #cancer are being advised to #cocoon due to #COVID-19. This means they cannot shop for food. If you are caring for someone on cancer treatment including #Chemotherapy please be mindful that their nutritional needs are different to healthy people.
2/12 Patients with cancer can lose large amounts of muscle mass very quickly. Severe muscle loss (sarcopenia) affects 40% or more of patients with cancer. This causes poorer tolerance to chemotherapy. To slow muscle loss it is important that patients eat enough #protein.
3/12 #Poorappetite is common in patients with cancer - about 50% experience this. This means they do not feel hungry and when they eat, they often feel full very quickly. Little amounts of food and often are key to improving intake – small nourishing meals & snacks.
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