For those members who are interested, visit ourworldindata.org. You can select the countries whose data you wish to compare.
Suggested Weekend reading:
- SOA: Nearly Half of Millennials and Gen X Expect COVID-19 Will Impact Their Future Retirement Preparedness
- IFoA: Actuarial Implications of Pandemic: Modelling Unemployment and Mortality Impact of Vaccination
- PAHO: Canada and PAHO join forces to advance COVID-19 vaccination of people in a situation of vulnerability across the Caribbean and Latin America
- World Travel & Tourism Council: Report Shows Impact of COVID-19 on Caribbean
- IMF Weekend: The Future of IMF Policy Advice | Ending the Pandemic | Affordable Rent | Corporate Taxation | Gender | Debt
- McKinsey: Coronavirus’ business impact: Evolving perspective
- NY Times: A vaccine maker in India signals it won’t export doses before year’s end, slowing aid to the world’s poorest
- NY Times: What Can and Can’t Be Learned From a Doctor in China Who Pioneered Masks
- The Guardian: Let’s make sure our personal data works for us – not against us – after the pandemic
We recently came across this unfamiliar website which tracks COVID-19 in 34 Caribbean countries. It appears to have fairly accurate data as the source for each country is linked. We include it as it contains data for some countries which are not easily found at the accepted sources.
Remember to share any articles of interest and continue to provide feedback.
Stay safe and be happy,
Your News Team: Shubhash, Betty, Pedro and Brian
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