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Cases of #coronavirus in #London are⬆️25% in a week, but the breakdown by age shows the highest rises in younger un-boostered ages #Omicron:-

Age 20-24⬆️62% to 2,610
Age 25-29⬆️50% to 3,918

Published 11 Dec data up to 6 Dec (cases⬆️6% since then)

Cases of #coronavrius in #London are also rising in the older age groups, but the rate per 100k are lower

Published 11 Dec data up to 6 Dec (cases⬆️6% since then)

The areas of London with the highest case rates are #Croydon...
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WATCH/FOLLOW ALONG: I will be live-tweeting our documentary “Pandemia: Latinos in Crisis” that starts at 9pmET on CBSN:
Up first: @MariaESalinas reports on Latino essential workers on the front lines: The farmers, the waiters, deputy Wrokers. “Only 1 in 6 Latinos has a job that lets them work remotely. ... They are the ones that keep the economy going while risking their lives.” #PandemiaCBS
“People of color, throughout the world, really have been disproportionately affected.” - Aileen Maria Marty, @FIU #PandemiaCBS
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Our evidence session with Alistair Darling, @George_Osborne and @PhilipHammondUK on the economic impact of #coronavirus is just about to start.

Watch it live here:… Image
We're underway! Watch it live here:… Image
.@George_Osborne said a challenge for Government is how to withdraw necessary support schemes to keep people in work and businesses afloat.

Another challenge involves business loans that have kept zombie companies on life support. Image
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Impacts of COVID-19 on the Socio-economy of Man: A Discourse

Since the emergence of the novel #Coronavrius in China and its dizzying spread to other parts of the world, there is hardly anyone, literate enough to be on Twitter, that'll claim not to have heard of it. #Thread
2. For that reason, I will go straight to the point.

COVID19 is an occurence that has come to challenge centuries-long belief about how the socio-economy of man should work.

In my opinion,the following are likely impacts of the virus on our socio-economy:
Cc: @femiadegbulugbe
3. COVIDー19 has challenged, and potentially will change, how we relate with each other - especially in Africa, where we are very convivial and touchy.

Now, all must obey the rules of Social Distancing.
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Today is #WorldWaterDay.
Healthcare facilities need good water, sanitation and hygiene services to contain #COVID19 and prevent and contain future disease outbreaks.
#Handwashing is key to preventing the spread of #COVID19. But 2 in 5 healthcare facilities globally do not have 🧼 and 🚰 or alcohol-based hand sanitizer at points of care. #WorldWaterDay #SafeHands
There is no more critical site than a healthcare facility when it comes to fighting a pandemic disease like #COVID19. Facilities must be able to maintain hygiene to stop further infection. #WorldWaterDay
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Hilo muy serio sobre la manera en que la Francia de Macron está avanzando a Sánchez e Iglesias por la izquierda en la gestión de la crisis del #coronavirus #CoronavirusFrance
Tras haber decretado la suspensión del pago de los alquileres y de las facturas de la luz y el agua y el establecimiento de una renta básica universal, el presidente francés anunció ayer por la noche la nacionalización de todas las grandes empresas en un discurso desde el Elíseo
“Estamos en una guerra sanitaria y económica y si es necesario colectivizaremos todas las propiedades privadas”, ha declarado hoy el ministro de Economía, Bruno Le Maire #coronavrius #CoronavirusFrance
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Given more # are now released by countries like Korea, Japan, Germany that have evacuated citizens from Wuhan, a relative calculation cross the board as a proxy shows infection rate is around ~1% in Wuhan (cont.
a few caveats

1. Thorough medical exam has been done before each evacuation, who have been evacuated shows NO symptoms before onboarding

this is confirmed by a local Wuhan who just sent his wife & daughter (both Germany) out via evacuation process…
2. most being evacuated are foreigners whose social circles generally are much narrower than Wuhan locals.

Given #1 and 2, So the actual density of infection can be higher

but let's use 1% on the conservative side for now
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