CoronaVirus – COVID-19/SARS-COV-2

This notice is due to the latest novel CoronaVirus – The COVID-19 Pandemic

We hope you’re staying safe and taking this downtime to recharge. It’s also a great time to spend time on your business. We’re still working from home, as we’ve always done.
Below we’ve also included some useful links:

  • Government’s COVID-19 website, here
  • Financial Support can be found, here
  • Inland Revenue assistance, here
  • Business and Contingency Planning, here
  • The Business Hub for all things Xero, here

If you need cash flow planning I’m happy to work with you. If you rent commercial premises, then check your lease agreement. You may be entitled to the reduced rent. If in doubt check in with your lawyer.

Any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Further material for you during the national state of emergency and beyond

Below you’ll find another list of links plus other such info we found both interesting and useful. Knowing things that may save your life and or the life of others seems fairly essential given the current circumstances. Understanding this virus, any ramifications and or solutions is wise.

This CoronaVirus is known as SARS-COV-2

  • SARS = Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
  • COV = CoronaVirus
  • Version 2

The CoronaVirus disease is called COVID-19

  • CO = Corona
  • VI = Virus
  • D = Disease
  • 19 = in the Year 2019

COVID-19 / SARS-COV-2 is CoronaVirus #7. Corona is Latin for crown.

Four essential things to help manage the spread

Cover MouthWash HandsWear MaskMaintain Distance

Some useful research material linked for reference and sharing

Presently researching Protease Inhibitors, Anti/Androgens, TMPRSS2 and associated aspects. Aspiration is also of interest given the plausibility of known adverse events associated with adenovirus and or mRNA vaccine platforms, specifically blood clotting and myopericarditis respectively, potentially being in part the result of intravenous administration.

NB: The headings and links below (in no particular order) may change without notice. Links of greater importance and aren’t NEW are marked with *** while any preprints and or peer-reviewed papers that are listed outside of their corresponding headings are now marked with ^^^