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Recent reports show that nearly half of all COVID-19 deaths have occurred in nursing homes (see the article below.)
Does that make you more confident you can lead your life as normal?
"Did the coronavirus keep the stock market from taking an even bigger hit?"
From Market Watch:
* Then came the Federal Reserve.
With the central bank flooding the zone with monetary stimulus, the stock market has rebounded remarkably well, considering the complete implosion of the economy.
"Americans Have Rediscovered Self-Reliance"
* By preference and by necessity, people are rediscovering that they can do many things for themselves that they'd grown accustomed to outsourcing. They've acquired or honed skills that they may have never before thought they'd need, but are required in a world where conveniences disappeared overnight and creatively making-do is—as for past generations—how you live from day to day.
"Financed Life Insurance: Expanding Low-Interest Environment Possibilities"
* Several significant opportunities have recently gained awareness and allow a consumer to expand what’s possible in this low-interest-rate environment with life insurance. Here are three concepts to consider:
"How Jason found strength through challenge"
* When COVID-19 forced business owners to reassess what it means to do business, Jason was ready to pivot, no stranger to weathering difficulty. He found that all of the work he’d put in with his EMyth Coach Susan Wilhelmsen and his commitment to becoming the leader his business needed was bearing fruit. His team was ready for the challenge, to stand by his side on the frontlines, because they believed in him and the power and strength of his vision.
"Nursing Homes Account for 42 Percent of America's COVID-19 Fatalities"
"The fact that nearly half of all COVID-19 deaths have occurred in long-term care facilities means that the 99.4 percent of the country that doesn't live in those places is roughly half as likely to die of the disease,"writes Roy. That means schools and many businesses can be reopened without the risk of huge spikes in hospitalizations or deaths, according to him, and that states must learn from their earlier missteps in handling nursing home outbreaks. These data have implications for policy making as states look to safely reopen their economies.
Here's a short video from Steve on how you can purchase insurance in these changing times....Watch Here