COVD19

Covid-19 and critical medical equipment supply chains: what flows where?

In January this year, Coriolis Technologies conducted a survey of the UK population about national security. Over 68% of respondents said that a better resourced and improved NHS would make them feel more secure on a personal basis. Two months on, and global security is critically dependent on healthcare systems around the world. But while responses have largely been national, for obvious reasons, the challenge of getting supplies of life-saving ventilators, face masks, personal protective equipment, and medical supplies to…

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BOE Interest rate drop

The Bank of England has just announced that it is reducing interest rates to 0.1%. This follows moves by Central Banks around the world to ensure that there is liquidity in the financial system and no obstacles preventing businesses from borrowing or banks from lending that might worsen the impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak. In the UK, it is a signal to the government that “whatever it takes” means “whatever it takes”: the real need at the moment is for…

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