Monday, June 8, 2020

Blank Title

Blank Template

Monday, April 27, 2020

27-4-2020: New Zealand will be on Covid19 Level 3 Alert tomorrow. #drmobileslimited, #iphonerepair, #samsungs10, #coronavirus, #covid19nz, #aucklandrepair, #auckland

27-4-2020:  New Zealand will be on Covid19 Level 3 Alert tomorrow.  It had been a long and challenging time to wait out on the #covid19nz Level 4 Lockdown.  I cannot recall when my hands consumer more alcohol than I do (not that I am a heavy drinking).  Made my self productive, did a lot of research on the impact of the #conronavirus pandemic.

We took a few hours to update our #phonerepair poster designs and to be shared on #socialmedia, #twitter, #facebook, #snapchat and #instagram.
This is a vertical layout poster for #iphonerepair with the #coronavirus theme.

The life we used to know before March 2020 will never be the same again.  #conronavirus pandemic is a the great equalizer; all nations on earth have to start again on equal footing.

We witness the so called "first world countries" suffered the most from the pandemic and literary brought to their knees.  Many expect the biggest economy tsunami will hit the global economy in a scale that had not been witness by humankind for the past 150 years or.  Short url link for this post is https://cutt.ly/0ya36KP

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Please see the official announcement of for the #level3 details on the #newzealand government official website.  Below is part of the official announcement:

New Zealand will be at Alert Level 3 from Tuesday 28 April
The Government has announced that New Zealand can safely move out of Alert Level 4 lockdown at 11.59pm on Monday 27 April.
20 Apr 2020
The Government has announced New Zealand will move out of Alert Level 4 lockdown at 11.59pm on Monday 27 April. We are still in Alert Level 4 until then.

We will hold at Alert Level 3 for 2 weeks, before Cabinet reviews how we are tracking and makes further decisions on 11 May.

The Government’s decision today allows many businesses to get going again, and for many people to go back to work.

Schools will be able to open soon after we move into Alert Level 3.

At Alert Level 3 we will need to be even more vigilant. All of us will need to unite against COVID-19 by sticking to the rules.

The Golden Rules for life at Alert Level 3:
Stay home. If you are not at work, school, exercising or getting essentials then you must be at home, the same as at Alert Level 4.
Work and learn from home if you can. We still want the vast majority of people working from home, and children and young people learning from home. At-risk students and staff should also stay at home, and they will be supported to do so. Early learning centres and schools will physically be open for up to Year 10 for families that need them.
Make your business COVID-19 safe. COVID-19 has spread in workplaces, so the quid pro quo of being able to open is doing it in a way that doesn’t spread the virus.
Stay regional. You can exercise at parks or beaches within your region, but the closer to home the better. Activities must be safe – keep 2 metres away from anybody not in your bubble. Make minimal trips.
Keep your bubble as small as possible. If you need to, you can expand your bubble a small amount to bring in close family, isolated people or caregivers.
Wash your hands often with soap. Then dry them. Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
If you are sick, stay at home and quickly seek advice from your GP or Healthline about getting a test. There is no stigma to COVID-19. We will only be successful if everyone is willing to play their part in finding it wherever it is.
Businesses can use the week ahead to prepare for Alert Level 3. Any preparation should be done in line with Alert Level 4 restrictions.

Please read the full announcement here.
#drmobileslimited, #iphonerepair, #samsungs10, #coronavirus, #covid19nz, #aucklandrepair, #auckland, #covid19nz, #coronavirus, #drmobileslimited, #iphonerepair, #aucklandrepair, #galaxys10, #crackedscreen, #crackscreen, #northshorerepair, #ipadrepair, #0800429429
#davidlim, @davidlim

27-4-2020: Last day of New Zealand Covid19 Lockdown #drmobileslimited, #iphonerepair, #samsungs10, #coronavirus, #covid19nz, #aucklandrepair, #auckland

27th April, 2020:  Well, we are on our last day for the NZ Lockdown, four weeks almost gone now!  Hopefully New Zealand will be back to normal work schedule and regular life.  We took the time to create our "work from home" posters to be shared on #facebook, #twitter, #snapchap and #googleblog.  This design is for www.drmobiles.co.nz and it has a horizontal layout.
Short url link for this post:  https://cutt.ly/gya37Vy


The New Zealand Herald has a detail news report on this subject matter:

Covid 19 coronavirus: Last day of lockdown - Jacinda Ardern's message to New Zealand

With New Zealand in its final day of level 4 lockdown, the Government is urging people not to "slacken off the effort" when it comes to the country's Covid-19 fight.

After four weeks at alert level 4, at midnight tonight New Zealand will move to level 3 – an alert level the country will be at for at least two more weeks.

But Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has warned people not to get too complacent during the final lockdown hours.  Please see the full article here
#covid19nz, #coronavirus, #drmobileslimited, #iphonerepair, #aucklandrepair, #galaxys10, #crackedscreen, #crackscreen, #northshorerepair, #ipadrepair, #0800429429
#davidlim, @davidlim

Thursday, April 23, 2020

24th April, 2020: #Coronavirus Pandemic Update #Auckland, #covid19, #virusnews, #update, #auckland, #drmobiles, #iphonerepair, @davidlim #iPhone11repair


24th April, 2020:  Coronavirus at a glance:

Latest World Update:

Coronavirus Cases:  2,718,699
Deaths: 190,654
Recovered: 745,620








  • The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) said there were "worrying upward trends" in early epidemics in parts of Africa and central and South America, warning that the "virus will be with us for a long time". 
  • More than 2.5 million people around the world have been diagnosed with the coronavirus. At least 178,000 have died, with the US accounting for about a quarter of all deaths, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
  • The United Nations is warning global hunger could double as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, putting 265 million people at risk. 
  • Australia is trying to build support internationally for an independent review of the origins and spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
Here are the latest updates:

Wednesday, April 22

23:59 GMT - New virus timeline in US; California had 2 deaths weeks earlier

Two people with the coronavirus died in California as much as three weeks before the US reported its first death from the disease in late February - a gap that a top health official says may have led to delays in issuing stay-at-home orders in the nation's most populous state.
Dr Sara Cody, health director in Northern California's Santa Clara County, says the deaths were missed because of a scarcity of testing and the federal government's limited guidance on who should be tested.
The infections in the two patients were confirmed by way of autopsy tissue samples that were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for analysis. The county coroner's office received the results on Tuesday, officials say.
"If we had had widespread testing earlier and we were able to document the level of transmission in the county, if we had understood then people were already dying, yes, we probably would have acted earlier than we did, which would have meant more time at home," Cody says.

23:52 GMT - Global air traffic could drop by up to 1.2 billion passengers

International air passenger traffic could drop by as many as 1.2 billion travellers, or two-thirds, by September 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic weighs on demand, the United Nations aviation agency says.
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) estimates that international capacity could drop by as much as two-thirds from previous forecasts for the first three quarters of 2020.
"Europe and the Asia-Pacific will be hardest hit by the capacity and revenue impacts, followed by North America. Similarly, the most substantial reduction in passenger numbers is expected to be in Europe, especially during its peak summer travel season, followed by the Asia-Pacific," it adds.Coronavirus has led to widespread flight cancellations and grounding of aircraft.
bian

Global update: Investors take fright as coronavirus takes hold ...






Related imageProtect yourself and others around you by knowing the facts and taking appropriate precautions. Follow advice provided by your local public health agency.
To prevent the spread of COVID-19:
Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
Stay home if you feel unwell.
If you have a fever, a cough, and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention. Call in advance.
Follow the directions of your local health authority.
Avoiding unneeded visits to medical facilities allows healthcare systems to operate more effectively, therefore protecting you and others.










Coronavirus pushes US jobless to Depression level: Live updates #auckland, #coronavirus, #covid19, #virusnews, #update, #auckland, #drmobiles, #iphonerepair, @davidlim #iPhone11repairm #Samsungrepair, #crackedscreen

Coronavirus pushes US jobless to Depression level: Live updatesNews source


UK scientists have started testing an experimental vaccine as the death toll from the infection hits 190,000 worldwide.

24 Apr 2020 02:41 GMT
26 million people have sought US jobless aid in the past five weeks since the coronavirus hit. About one in six American workers have lost their jobs, by far the worst string of layoffs since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The US House of Representatives has passed a nearly $500bn spending package to help businesses and hospitals.

More than 190,000 people have died due to the pandemic, with 2.7 million infected, out of whom almost 750,000 have recovered.

Testing of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine began on healthy volunteers at University of Oxford in Britain, the latest in a cluster of early-stage studies in search of protection against the coronavirus.

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) says there are "worrying upward trends" in early epidemics in parts of Africa and Central and South America, warning that the "virus will be with us for a long time".


Related imageHere are the latest updates:

Friday, April 24
02:34 GMT - Trump suggests injecting disinfectant to fight coronavirus
US President Donald Trump has suggested that disinfectants could be injected on human beings as part of an experiment to fight coronavirus.

During his latest press conference on Thursday, Trump also said that ultraviolet rays could be introduced through the skin to test whether it would work in curing the deadly disease.

#coronavirus, #covid19, #virusnews, #update, #auckland, #drmobiles, #iphonerepair, @davidlim #iPhone11repairm #Samsungrepair, #crackedscreen #0800429429, #drphonerepair, #northshorerepair, #imeiunlock, #macbookrepair, #fixiphone



24-4-2020: #Coronavirus #Covid19virus #Global Update @ 01:57GMT by @davidlim





















24th April, 2020: Global Coronavirus Update @ 01:57 GMT, https://bit.ly/nzdavid


Source: WHO and Reuters - @davidlim















Country
Total
Cases
New
Cases
Total
Deaths
New
Deaths
Total
Recovered
Active
Cases
Serious,
Critical
Cases/
1M pop
Deaths/
1M pop
Total
Tests
Tests/
1M pop


World
2,718,699
1,893
190,654
126
745,620
1,782,425
58,678
349
24.5

19,896


189,973

25,549

57,576
106,848
2,267
3,142
423
1,579,909
26,131


158,183

21,856

42,088
94,239
5,053
2,423
335
463,662
7,103


153,129

5,575

103,300
44,254
2,908
1,828
67
2,072,669
24,738


138,078

18,738

N/A
118,996
1,559
2,034
276
583,496
8,595


101,790

2,491

18,491
80,808
1,816
1,207
30
791,906
9,390


87,026

5,481

64,843
16,702
3,105
1,036
65
389,507
4,637


82,804
6
4,632

77,257
915
57
58
3




62,773

555

4,891
57,327
2,300
430
4
2,401,616
16,457


50,036
544
3,331
18
26,573
20,132
8,318
235
16
291,922
1,373


42,797

6,490

9,800
26,507
993
3,693
560
179,666
15,502


42,110

2,147

14,761
25,202
557
1,116
57
620,101
16,430


35,729

4,177

N/A
31,302
1,008
2,085
244
187,000
10,913


28,496

1,549

20,600
6,347
386
3,293
179
227,554
26,293


23,039

721

5,012
17,306

17
0.5
500,542
363


22,353

820

1,201
20,332
204
2,192
80
300,525
29,473


20,914

572

7,422
12,920
396
634
17
185,238
5,618


17,607

794

9,233
7,580
147
3,566
161
111,584
22,598


16,755

2,021

550
14,184
533
1,659
200
94,500
9,357


15,002

522

11,694
2,786
169
1,666
58
205,835
22,854


14,803

192

5,611
9,000
139
1,710
22
240,303
27,763


13,930

121

1,925
11,884
93
400
3
200,000
5,745


12,368

328

1,494
10,546
259
98
3
135,983
1,075


11,812

168

5,804
5,840
411
618
9
135,147
7,070


11,633
#ERROR!
1,069
99
2,627
7,937
378
90
8
49,570
384


11,183

560

1,328
9,295
141
634
32
34,840
1,975


11,178

12

924
10,242
26
1,911
2
94,796
16,203


11,057

235

2,337
8,485
60
50
1
124,549
564


10,708
6
240

8,501
1,967
55
209
5
589,520
11,499


10,511

454

1,740
8,317
160
278
12
250,719
6,625


10,096

545

2,478
7,073
236
525
28
113,336
5,891


8,756

56

1,637
7,063
1
885
6
790,000
79,875


8,073

394

5,384
2,295
74
1,394
68
116,621
20,134


8,022

60

938
7,024
92
849
6
122,543
12,968


7,775

647

960
6,168

28
2
59,935
219


7,764

10

750
7,004
72
2,695
3
73,457
25,497


7,401

194

32
7,175
50
1,365
36
152,095
28,055


7,276

139

1,063
6,074
96
833
16
51,324
5,874


7,187

210

2,152
4,825
76
671
20
195,725
18,277


7,170

187

504
6,479
45
164
4
72,296
1,653


6,981

462

722
5,797
1
64
4
72,346
660


6,667

75

5,045
1,547
45
261
3
466,659
18,300


5,603

95

3,542
1,966
42
173
3
117,406
3,627


5,543

265

581
4,697
135
511
24
18,261
1,683


5,166
174
146
2
271
4,749
86
1,197
34
23,534
5,454


4,561

215

927
3,419
98
90
4
71,500
1,405


4,284

172

2,000
2,112
60
773
31
71,000
12,814