He said: 'What we are likely to see, if you imagine the lockdown and stringent measures in Italy are now in place 2-3 weeks ... we should start to see stabilisation because the cases we see today really reflect exposures two weeks ago. … [Read more...] about Italy EXTENDS lockdown beyond Easter: Rigorous restrictions appear finally to be working as number of daily coronavirus infections falls to 4,050, the lowest in nearly two weeks
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Xand van Tulleken, doctor and broadcaster Normally, you would exercise for long-term health. This is different. Now we are training to not get ill. The stronger and fitter you are, the more likely you will be to fight coronavirus off, and your recovery time will be shorter. You are less likely to end up in an intensive care unit bed, and if you do end up in one, more likely to get out of it sooner – freeing it up for someone else. So try to do something. … [Read more...] about ‘One press-up is better than none’: How Mr Motivator and other fitness gurus stay healthy at home
A SIMPLE GUIDE: What are the symptoms? AVOIDING CONTACT: Should I self-isolate? STRESS: How to protect your mental health LOOK-UP TOOL: Check cases in your area MAPS AND CHARTS: Visual guide to the outbreak VIDEO: The 20-second hand wash And when he received a random WhatsApp forward from a colleague about Caremongers India, he decided to call them. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Can one woman make kindness catch on in India?
Analysts at Espirito Santo Investment Bank have punted a price tag of £500m on C5, impressive given N&S inherited the business when it was making a loss of £48m in recession-wracked 2010. "With Channel 5, I had been trying to buy it for many years and the opportunity came up," Desmond says. "The investment we made we have already got back. That's not too bad in two-and-a-half years." … [Read more...] about Richard Desmond: ‘OK! is one of my babies and I don’t sell my babies’
“I think with the departure of Sir Martin, we’re seeing the beginning of the end for a generation of media and advertising leaders and the baton being handed over to the new generation,” says David Jones, the former global chief executive of French ad group Havas, who now runs his own technology branding firm. “There’s a huge digital divide between the heads of the big legacy companies, who for the most part are well over 70 years old and grew up in a pre-internet, pre-mobile world, and the founders and heads of the tech companies, who for the most part are under 30 years old and helped invent the technology revolution we’re living through.” … [Read more...] about What happens to the global publicity titans if advertising no longer pays?