Not Preparing for blackswans + the strength of our model

Before writing this article, I would like to extent my sympathies to all those that have been affected by this virus.

I too have elderly relatives I am worried about, and hope for the situation to be resolved as soon as possible.

I read a scary statistic today. The increase in the number of people dying from suicide is much higher than normal.

Thus far the number of people dying from suicide is higher than the virus itself, which shows that the way we deal with this is key.

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