Burden of Pandemics Quantifying the morbidity and mortality burden from pandemics poses a significant challenge. Although estimates are available from historical events, the historical record is sparse and incomplete. To overcome these gaps in estimating the frequency and severity of pandemics, probabilistic modeling techniques can augment the historical record with a large catalog of hypothetical, … Continue reading Burden of Pandemics
New cases of infection from a novel coronavirus that emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in late December are being reported daily around the world. More than 3,000 people have died globally from COVID-19, as the illness is officially known, while more than 92,000 infections have been confirmed in dozens of countries, according to … Continue reading SHOCKING: Global reports on the new coronavirus
South Korea’s president said he was putting the country on “red alert” due to the rapid rise in new cases, which are largely being traced back to church services. Health officials reported 169 new infections, bringing the total to 602, having doubled from Friday to Saturday. The last time South Korea raised the alert to … Continue reading South Korea links spread of COVID-19 to a church gathering
There's yet nothing like Google. The company has shown a high level of respect and honesty to customers by revealing that its own safe browsing tool is flagging “google.com” as partially dangerous. This means so much as well as could be nothing but, you never know. The company may have been hacked in some ways … Continue reading Dangerous Google.Com Exposed by Google.