POSTED: July 6, 2020Category: AAIE AlertsBY: Steve

This AAIE Briefing begins with a challenge from Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General that it’s never too late to turn the situation around. Read about a model by the World Economic Forum that investigates how changes in behaviour impact COVID-19 outcomes. Get COVID-19 news updates from India, USA and Latin America.

  • An actuarial model by the World Economic Forum demonstrates how wearing face-covering and social distancing, can significantly impact the spread of the virus and mortality rates.
  • Karl Steinkamp, Head of School at the Dalat International School shares the school’s evolving reopening plan that features a STEP concept (Short-Term Educational Program), recognizing both geographic separation and virus vulnerability.
  • To mark six months since the world first learnt about the disease responsible for the pandemic, Nature runs through some of the key questions that researchers still don’t have answers to.
  • Build your capacity to move from crisis management to meaningful, long-lasting change at the 2020 Virtual Board/Trustee Retreat by Homa Tavangar and Will Richardson, founders of The Big Questions Institute.

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