⇲ Congrats to Captain Chase Sebby on being selected to the Division 1 Cosida All-District Academic Team. Chase earned a 4.0 this semester and already has earned a Actuary Science Degree and is working on a Master’s in Statistics. Way to go Chase!
⇲ Social media has been great for human interaction and freedom of expression. But is has also brought us challenges where everyone is an epidemiologist, philosopher, actuary, media mogul, political scientist and fitness expert. No lanes to stick to.
⇲ Quite a fascinating article from The Actuary. It answers the question of 'were people who died from covid-19 expected to die soon anyway due to their pre-existing conditions.'
Looking forward to more updates.
⇲ 2/. And. Just to help you along @theJeremyVine here is an actuary with more detailed data.
Wonderful effort at misdirection from the Government, though. There’s always some biddable journalist that will swallow it.
⇲ I don't get this argument.
If you have a bachelor's degree in chemistry but work as an actuary you're not a chemist.
If you have a law degree but do economics research you have experience as an economics researcher.
⇲ On the talk about co-morbidities and whether the older people were supposed to die this year or soon anyway. The Actuary penned quite an interesting piece in response to that. They call that claim false and very dangerous. pic.twitter.com/rZO7Md8Yka
⇲ My inner actuary is comparing $35k for an ICU stay without intubation vs $10 for a shot
⇲ Table 1 shows demographic characteristics, compared to pneumonia caused by other viruses.
More admissions in 10 weeks that 2017-19 combined!
Groups at higher risk of needing ICU care include:
- more deprived groups (bottom 40%)
- overweight/obese. /4 pic.twitter.com/686PdPSspF
⇲ Multiemployer plan update: the House Dems have included a bailout program in their HEROES Act legislation. forbes.com/sites/ebauer/2…. Ugh.
⇲ One for the hardcore #pensions Twitterati.
Happy Barber Day! 🥳 🎈 🎉
It was 30 years ago today when the #pensions industry finally sorted out all those pesky equalisation issues...
⇲ Latest @ICNARC report was released last night. Here’s a summary on behalf of @ICS_updates and @COVID19actuary, with thanks to @NicolaMedical for holding virtual pen last week.
Update includes 449 new patients (8,699 total); 717 new outcomes (6,860 total).
Full report 👇. /1 twitter.com/icnarc/status/…
⇲ Beautiful. twitter.com/lutricia_11/st…
⇲ Climate scientist, mathematician and @CambridgeZero director @emilyshuckburgh talks about modelling the future impacts of climate change in our latest issue. Read the interview here: bit.ly/2T9lU6q pic.twitter.com/dW2IFqfoHP
⇲ I’m a fucking Atlantan, and I’m going to be a fucking actuary. My life is going to be so good, I can’t aksjdjjdje wait.
⇲ Dear people wearing their face masks below their noses: do you THINK that’s the right way, or do you not care?
⇲ 🤣🤣🤣🤣saw something similar on Reddit one time pic.twitter.com/GG1JzZyvg1
⇲ My awesome team who were all out walking yesterday to raise money for @PancreaticCanUK @vach92 @jackielibdem @RMurphy_actuary @AlexWaite4 @cllrjanerutter @eleanorbell2015 @hantschronicle pic.twitter.com/QEKJOYZlPT
⇲ Modeling for Public Policy: Forum: General Actuarial Posted By: campbell Post Time: 05-17-2020 at 10:44 AM dlvr.it/RWqM3K
⇲ This cannot be #Covid19 death.