Category: covid19

It seems that the coronavirus, named Covid-19 has spooked the world. It has become the bogeyman of the 21st century. At first, it frightened the medical profession at the way it rapidly spread and killed people. They, in turn, spooked the governments all over the world to take drastic measures to go into various degrees […]
Fear and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic have spread through the world. On top of those problems, the issue of police brutality of black men has been brought to the attention of the world once again. The tragic killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and police killings of other black people […]
As I sit in our home in self-isolation, I ponder our country’s economic health over the next several months and beyond. Watching people mobilize to fight an invisible coronavirus is certainly inspirational. We all know that managing individual behavior will go a long way towards slowing down and eventually stopping the spread of this frightening […]
In many cases in life, there needs to be a major event which spurs people into action, or towards adapting a new strategy, service or piece of technology. In the case of video meeting software, the switch that was flipped was of course the coronavirus pandemic. Now, family law attorneys across the country are conducting […]
In this, our 20th episode of the Madness Chronicles, we’ll take a look at the madness of counting COVID-19 cases. Remember, madness is a state of being mentally ill, especially severely, extremely foolish behavior, and a state of frenzied or chaotic activity. Let’s take a look at Coronavirus counting from around our nation. We’ll begin […]
The new coronavirus is unfortunately deadly not only for humans but also for the global economy. The central banks have shot their bazookas, but the monetary policy is helpless during pandemics with their supply disruptions and self-quarantine that effectively freezes the economic activity. Interestingly, even the central bankers seem to acknowledge their impotence. As Jerome […]
The Coronavirus pandemic of early 2020 has forced a new normal on virtually everyone, nonprofit organizations included. Governors’ executive orders to shelter in place, organizations restricting travel, and preventative precautions leading us to work at our home desks now put a premium on using the phone and online meeting software. Who would have predicted that […]
Everyone seems to be waiting in uncertainty as Italy prepares to open up once again on the 4th of May after the first coronavirus crisis. There’s a lot of dialogue about helicopter money that should help businesses get back on track while avoiding the possibility of a horrible recession. Not surprisingly, Italian citizens gather around […]
You would think that after such a disaster in our industry like the coronavirus that there wouldn’t be much need for anymore residential care facilities for the elderly administrators. Well, it turns out that because these administrators are so important and will have even greater responsibility in the future, now is the perfect time to […]
Well, it is amazing what a few months can do to change an industry forever. In the past the worst thing Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) had to deal with is the seasonal flu and MRSA. Now after the Coronavirus has just about changed our country forever, it has spared no expense on […]
The legendary playback singer and composer-actor-producer, SP Balasubrahmanyam has passed away in a Chennai hospital on 25th September 2020, after a spirited fight against the COVID-19 disease. The singer-composer who dominated the film industries of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka and Mumbai (Bollywood) for over five decades had tested positive on 5th August 2020 […]
Currently, there are a couple of questions on the RCFE Certification test about epidemics and pandemics. There are also questions testing your knowledge about MRSA, and various safety protocols for the influenza virus. There aren’t any questions, at least not yet, about the CoronaVirus or how to prevent its spread within a Residential Care Facility […]
Mumbai, the financial capital and backbone of India is home to as many residents born and bred in the city as it is to immigrants who have set their sights on this conglomerate metropolis in pursuit of a livelihood. Mumbai is not just the epi center of the Indian economy but also dictates terms on […]
Ever since COVID-19-Coronavirus-Pandemic (call it in any way) broke up in the world, life stopped, paused, moved, again paused, again stopped, again moved, at times ran, and is still moving… Folks, corona will definitely go some day-some time, but do mark my words… this TIME WOULD NEVER COME BACK!! I will elaborate on my thought […]
COVID-19 primarily spreads through respiratory droplets from one person to another while breathing. These droplets go into the air when you cough, sneeze, laugh, shout, or sing. Those droplets can land or breathe into the mouths or noses of people close to you. Masks are an easy shield for preventing the reach of your respiratory […]