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January 2021 Archive

Coronavirus-How the pandemic has changed the world economy.

The coronavirus pandemic has left national economies and businesses struggling, as governments try to tackle the spread of the virus with new lockdown measures. Despite the roll out of the new vaccine, it’s still a wonder how the world’s economy will ever recover after nearly 12 months of disruption. In this blog, we take a look at the worst hit areas, and how they are likely to get back on track in the months/years to come.

January 25th, 2021 Read More >

Why Bleeding Control Equipment Is So Important Within Places Of High Footfall.

Carrying on from the devastating Manchester Arena attacks, another inquiry has been made by the family of a young girl, whose life could’ve been saved, had the proper bleeding control equipment have been available within the venue. Information from the inquiry suggests that there were no tourniquets applied to the young girls leg wounds, by neither the paramedics on the scene or once she arrived at the hospital. In light of this, we want to share with you the importance of having bleeding control equipment available in places of high footfall, such as large venues and stadiums across the globe.

January 19th, 2021 Read More >

Vaccination Myth Busters - The Covid 19 Vaccine

A wide spread of misinformation has contributed to a drop in willingness among people to get a coronavirus vaccine, an expert has said. There was a ten-fold increase in misinterpretations and “purposeful diversions” as the conversation around vaccines ramped up in the latter part of last year.

January 12th, 2021 Read More >

Covid-19 Continues To Cause Problems for Chinas Exporters

The dramatic shift in exporting goods to the West is causing havoc within the shipping industry, and shipping delays and rising costs are creating huge issues for the very companies that are fuelling the economic recovery.

January 5th, 2021 Read More >

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