@TheHonkler4 @jornalnacional Cara no Carnaval ninguem falava de Corona como crise.Nem bolsonaro falou na epoca.Isso eh tentar reescrever historia. Isolamento Vertical não funciona, paises que fazem isolamento recuperam economia mais rapido. Veja crises pa
@wirt_dan @seankearney14 @NellyTells @DavidChameleon @ClarkeMicah I have posted links to articles about the economics of the situation as well as peer reviewed journal articles on the economics of pandemic mitigation and suppression measures. Wirt hasn't.
@wirt_dan @seankearney14 @NellyTells @DavidChameleon @ClarkeMicah You are just whinging and whining and cherry picking what you think ought to be done using hindsight and nit picking about steps in a stepped empirical evidence based return to normality.
The economic impact of quarantine: SARS in Toronto as a case study https://t.co/nKkUbrupu0
@Carla57947544 @DemaisBugado @radiotupi Estudos mostram que salvar população de crise de pandemia fortalece mais a economia ,so pesquisar https://t.co/bvskUsSdyL https://t.co/rNXjV2NJwq https://t.co/VqRUpcwkrp https://t.co/Bm2QlpjCte Fato eh, com populaç
Papers mostrando a eficácia da quarentena
The simulation results demonstrate that the maximal applications of quarantining and isolation strategies in the early stage of the epidemic are of very critical impacts in both cases of optimal and sub-optimal control.
@LeFossoyeur_ @Mimikapu21 @cioran2018 @Conflits_FR Je cite: "This paper illustrates that it is not only in our humanitarian interest for public health and healthcare officials to remain aggressive in their response to newly emerging infections, but also in
En este link puede leer de una investigación que se hizo. La conclusion de resultados lo verán debajo de este tweet. Lo traduciré en español. https://t.co/gZ61FWXv6V #PuertoRico #covid19pr #coronaviruspr #wandavazquez @wandavazquezg
@jlmbittencourt @FachianoT @rosa_riscala Estudos sobre diferentes epidemias em diferentes lugares mostram que a quarentena é melhor pra economia tb. Como ensina o dr @goescarlos, trata-se de suavizar o consumo, mantendo a capacidade produtiva. Aproveita
Economic impact of quarantine. SARS study published in 2005.
@ASlavitt India, Spain, France, UK, South Africa shut down. They hear Trump saying we can open even if there are people with active infection who an infect others. He is ramping up the fear that will hurt the recovery https://t.co/oAfi31J9Ul https://t.c
Warning! Warning! Danger! Danger!
@jheil @NYGovCuomo On the scientific side, studies done after SARS found quarantine was cost-effective. https://t.co/dburUYl1kB They are also unhappy about the continuing tariffs. Trump said he would make great deals with the $500 billion. We can't affor
@PoliticusSarah @morethanmySLE WHO put a travel advisory on Toronto. It is estimated the economic cost in 2003 was $1 billion. There were also research studies on all aspects of the response. https://t.co/dburUYl1kB https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy
@ScottGottliebMD @Jeannie_Hartley The Conference Board of Canadian estimated the there was a $1 billion hit, alot of money in 2003. There were also numerous studies done about the response. This is one of many that show quarantine is cost-effective. htt
@vanitaguptaCR A lesson from the SARS epidemic in 2003. Toronto had the largest cluster outside China, 428 cases, 44 deaths. There was a travel advisory. The economy took an estimated $1 billion hit. https://t.co/dburUYl1kB https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy
@iSmashFizzle @RTMannJr A lesson from the SARS epidemic that hit Toronto in 2003. There were 428 cases, the largest cluster outside Toronto. There was a second wave after restrictions were lifted that infected 2 hospitals. https://t.co/dburUYl1kB https:/
@theresaboyle Remember this: https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy https://t.co/dburUYl1kB Read WHO briefings this week. If Trump shuts early the world will slam the door shut on America. No other leader is more worried about self-enrichment and the markets than the
@faisalislam He should explain that if he "opens" too early, the world will slam the doors shut on the US. I was in Toronto during SARS. That was 428 cases, 44 deaths. A huge economic hit. His right-wing media are picking up the drum beat. https://t.co
@lamarshall Lessons from the past. 2003 SARS in Toronto was the largest cluster outside China. There were just over 400 cases, 44 deaths. A WHO travel advisory crashed the economy. https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy https://t.co/dburUYl1kB https://t.co/dburUYl1k
@AmbassadorRice @ToriRob11 Read the briefings by WHO's Director General. Yesterday he expressed his frustration that some countries aren't doing enough. They are working with the private sector. WHO is briefing the G20 next week. Lessons. https://t.co/v
@AmandaMarcotte The International Chamber of Commerce, the World Economic Forum, IMF, World Bank are working to find private businesses that can meet immediate needs and plan the r return. https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy https://t.co/dburUYl1kB
@TheLastWord @MaddowBlog @TheBeatWithAri @AliVelshi @SRuhle @JoeNBC @BillKristol America's future if Trump moves too fast. https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy https://t.co/dburUYl1kB A relief concert headlined by the Rolling Stones wasn't enough to bring people ba
The Chamber is helping to spread information, recruiting companies that can meet immediate needs and planning for whatever is next. Trudeau is focussed on needs in the future. If Trump signals the US is open early the world will slam the door on the US.
@adam_tooze @ScottGottliebMD If you don't want to believe the doctors, read this. https://t.co/dburUYl1kB https://t.co/Vr3vWYiboy Toronto had the largest cluster of cases outside China. It also experienced a second wave days after the restrictions were l
Learning from SARS. https://t.co/JjiOVp8etv