Kids of the 70s will also have been exposed to more unusual wildlife in their diets. That should help as well
Our Corporate Travel Policy has just been updated
No Travel to anywhere in China
Business Critical Travel only to Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Taiwan and Philippines
"Interesting" advice from the Indian Government
I guess the best you can say about it is that if there is no treatment available then this advice will at least not make the problem any worse.
Interestingly I will need to to go to Munich soon and that looks like an EU hotspot
The airline I'm currently consulting for is a client of BlueDot in determining risk in flying to infected areas, we had a corporate wide briefing yesterday on route embargos and precautions from them: https://www.wired.com/story/ai-epidemiologist-wuhan-public-health-warnings/
That article links to the fascinating story of Google Flu Trends. I was teaching an AI course both when it had its triumph and its disaster, and it spiced it up a bit.
A bit of conventional epidemiology: how intense surveillance could make a big difference.
British citizens to be flown to Brize Norton and quarantined at Arrowe Park.
PS: I'd expected that to be a military base.
so if the virus does not show symptoms until after 10 to 14 days is it easy to test for the virus in those incubation days?
I guess that shows that any sort of temperture check is useless in the early days
Yes, there's a laboratory test, same day turnaround but I don't know about its performance.
What gets me is all the folk who go away to live then something goes wrong and they expect ,the gov and tax payers to bail them out , just like the bloke in , ? Who was always on moaning about the government doing nothing ,
we have enough over here ,,sick who we are struggling in hospitals to help