E Stocks Suffer At The Hands Of Vaccine Popularity

The global pandemic is hitting us once again. If only the first wave was not enough, we have been experiencing the new changes and restrictions, because of the second wave of the COVID-19, which actually had one year anniversary of interaction to our lives on the 17th of November. 

While we all hope for the best, most of us are prepared for the worst. Indeed, time has shown us that it is better to be prepared and armed, rather than facing the challenges with empty hands. Industries all over the world have been struggling with the pandemic and the outcomes it has brought to our lives. The experience is definitely not easy and none of us stepped in all of this on our own, by our will. 

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With the second wave of the pandemic and the ever-increasing number of infected people, countries are forced to implement some restrictive measures once again. Some countries all over the world have already switched to the lockdown mode, though the rest of the countries have addressed curfews and gathering restrictions. Everything this affected people and businesses, which have tiring times in overcoming the pandemic and surviving. 

Many businesses had to shut down, and some had to close for an uncertain period of time, which is no better. Millions of people all over the world have been left unemployed and the overall global economic situation is slowly slumping down. So far the process is irreversible until we finally see the vaccine working. 

Potential risks 

On Tuesday the reports of the retail sales were public, showing that the numbers have changed to way lower than expected and predicted by the experts. Moreover, they added that there is the potential for slowing down even more. While the factory production accelerated, it still remained below levels prior to the whole pandemic. Jerome Powell, Federal Reserve Chair also commented stating that the increasing tendency of the coronavirus infected wakes up more concerns about the economic state. 

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William K. 1 month ago Member's comment

The really BAD news is that if trainloads of a good vaccine arrived tonight, it would still be months before enough folks could be vaccinated. The problem is in the logistics and the processes and of course the record keeping. This is completely beyond all of the testing and verification demanded by the FDA.

The big problem is that it is difficult to rapidly administer even a lifesaving drug without a lot of paper and records. And of course for every individual now there will be needed at least two sterile syringes. That will be the next terrible shortage.