People with flu jab may have 36% increased CV risk
One of the major problems must be the density of population , the UK has the highest density in Europe, cities like London and Milan will inevitably be problematic and in the long term the UK may well suffer more than Italy simply because more people live cheek by jowl.
Evening C 7 not sure that this is airborne in the sense that you could catch it walking about in your garden ...
This video explains the difference between droplet infection and airborne, big difference , its mor3 to do with proximity to,other people.
There may be a little bit of light at the end of the tunnel here... 2 days ago
"Reinfection could not occur in SARS-CoV-2 infected rhesus macaques"
An outbreak of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome CoV-2 (SARS-CoV-2), began in Wuhan and spread globally. Recently, it has been reported that discharged patients in China and elsewhere were testing positive after recovering. However, it remains unclear whether the convalescing patients have a risk of "relapse" or "reinfection". The longitudinal tracking of re-exposure after the disappeared symptoms of the SARS-CoV-2-infected monkeys was performed in this study. We found that weight loss in some monkeys, viral replication mainly in nose, pharynx, lung and gut, as well as moderate interstitial pneumonia at 7 days post-infection (dpi) were clearly observed in rhesus monkeys after the primary infection. After the symptoms were alleviated and the specific antibody tested positively, the half of infected monkeys were rechallenged with the same dose of SARS-CoV-2 strain. Notably, neither viral loads in nasopharyngeal and anal swabs along timeline nor viral replication in all primary tissue compartments at 5 days post-reinfection (dpr) was found in re-exposed monkeys. Combined with the follow-up virologic, radiological and pathological findings, the monkeys with re-exposure showed no recurrence of COVID-19, similarly to the infected monkey without rechallenge. Taken together, our results indicated that the primary SARS-CoV-2 infection could protect from subsequent exposures, which have the reference of prognosis of the disease and vital implications for vaccine design."
Big bounce in the US..
Looks like tomorrow might be interesting
John Willie Lees - 140 pubs hotels and restaurants across Northern England and North Wales
Joseph Holt Brewery 50 pubs serving food across the North West
Samuel Smiths (Tadcaster) 200 pubs and a dozen hotels nationwide but mainly in the North
John Smiths, (Tadcaster) over 600 pubs
At £ 10k each that would be £320k per mile 5 miles = £1.6m, 50 miles is £ 16m the London underground is 249 miles or £80m
I would guess the cost of materials might be more than £10k per arch.
Shanghai Metro is 420 miles long, Beijing is even longer.
Does anyone know if when a restaurant is added, the company sends them a welcome pack with a manual, a couple of door / window stickers , a logo sheet ready to use in their newspaper and magazine ads, perhaps some sample literature for positioning near entrances or on bars, etc? This would enable the restaurant customers to find out more about Big Dish and perhaps be a way of helping diners to remember the app and tell their friends about it. It would certainly help to instill restaurant confidence that more and more people will start to use the app.
That maybe restaurants are being given the choice of where they are located? Whilst Mancester Birmingham and London mey be the prefered location of some, others may have a more localised clientel and therefore prefer a more precise location , if the developers can cope with his, why is it a problem ? Surely its better to give the restaurants what they want rather than shoehorning them into a huge location where they become one of lots rather than one of few.
The lack,of communications from all the usual twitter users connected with the company is highly unusual, its hard to believe that its because there is bad news because they would have been obliged to RNS it , and its doubtful that they have just stopped what they were doing before unless they have been told to do so by lawyers . So maybe NR has decided to go after TW the shorter's cheerleader? The only other things I can think of is that they are under a very tight due diligence of some sort pending either a deal for product or a takeover or maybe JV.
I wonder if the lack of mention of Biontech is because there is now a non-disclosure agreement in place? I am guessing we would have been told if things had been ended with no positive outcome.
Also maybe they are expecting one of the Avidimab trials to pay off before the next raise is likely? It would be great to get some sort of deal over the line asap two would be even better..
Art, most people who use the app willl try their local area first, failing that they will try their general area. Hence having as many areas as possible covered is not a bad strategy, especially when having one signed up then gives you a story to tell the owner of a nearby restaurant. This strategy will inevitably be a slog to start with but the more that are signed up, the more will follow and growth will be faster. Don't forget, restaurant owners will also check out who has signed up nearby and maybe think they are missing a trick. This day by day analysis isnt helping anyone, you would do better to call a few local restaurants and ask if they offer Big Dish discounts and see how hard telesales can be!
Looking back, I think the problems started with the US listing which added very little to the SP and caused long term mayhem for holders. I am now of the opinion that Iclaprim will eventually see the light of day with its 3rd owner who probably had its eyes on it from the moment it landed in the US. Lumpen Lumsden simply did not have the smarts to find the right partners and has been devoured by the wolves. Should probably have stayed in the UK until the drug was approved . A salutory lesson for all
other small UK companies with eyes bigger than their capabilities and balance sheets.
Getting into some of these would start to rack up the numbers. Most pubs do food these days, and most already do special offers , an agreement from head office and a joint approach could be useful, after all diners mean drink sales, win win win.