Sunday assorted links

1. Assorted links on progress studies.

2. James Altucher is bearish on NYC. Not my view, but worth a hearing. Of course I would never live there, but that has always been the case.

3. Arbitrage with stolen books?

4. Manufacturing vaccines, excellent piece (Bloomberg).

5. “A restaurant in central China has apologised for encouraging diners to weigh themselves and then order food accordingly.

6. Professional sports already increase influenza mortality (shh!).

7. NYT piece on Covid and immunology.

8. “When minimizing deaths, we find that for low vaccine effectiveness, it is optimal to allocate vaccine to high-risk (older) age-groups first. In contrast, for higher vaccine effectiveness, there is a switch to allocate vaccine to high-transmission (younger) age-groups first for high vaccination coverage.


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