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Encorepreneur "Virtual Breakfast" - May 21, 2020 - Shared screen with speaker view
Katherine Zampolin
31:45
Lovely!
Mark Deutsch
31:47
Beautiful. I wish all of my meetings started Ellen playing!
Lamees Abourahma
36:20
Please make sure your mic is muted. Thank you so much.
josephpmcmenamin
38:25
Brava!
Lynn Ellen Queen
38:26
Thank you, Ellen. What a beautiful way to start the day!
Janet Sommerville
38:46
Lovely. Thank you.
Nancy Eberhardt
38:52
Brava, brava!!
Linda Wilkinson
38:54
Remarkable! What a way to start the morning. Thank you
Susan
38:58
Thank you Ellen!!
Nannette Shor
39:17
So beautiful!
kris
39:21
Excellent Ellen!
Marie
39:22
Thank you, what a beautiful way to start the day.
Ed Barden
39:24
BRAVO!
Wayne
39:48
Fantastic
Paul Powell
40:06
Very nice!
Jonathan Hewitson (Whitley's Peanut Factory)
40:10
Wonderful Musical Talent!!!! Loved it!!
iPhone
40:14
loved it!
Roberson
40:15
Quite the treat!
Susan
40:21
Excellent Ellen!
jack
40:58
Thank you Ellen! What a pleasant way to begin the morning!!
Deb
43:00
Good morning everyone! Thank you beautiful way to begin the morning.
Tiffany McCarthy
43:36
We miss you too Stan!
T.J. Childress
52:29
Asset Clusters. Thank you Frank and Phlow!
T.J. Childress
52:30
https://hbr.org/1998/11/clusters-and-the-new-economics-of-competition
Nancy Eberhardt
52:54
Thanks for sharing that link!
Kathleen Burden
01:00:03
Interesting that there was no “none of the above” on the quiz you just shared
Monica Rawles
01:00:27
Can we pick more thank one?
Nancy Eberhardt
01:00:39
We will actually give you a chance to respond shortly
Carrie Roth
01:00:40
or all of the above - only allows one choice
Brooke Plotnick
01:00:58
I would choose none of the above, but that’s not an option.
Tony and Chris Herbert
01:01:34
None of the above would be our choice too
smseeley2@vcu.edu
01:01:35
I, too, would choose none of the above on the survey.
Jo Ann
01:01:53
None of the Above
Executive’s iPhone
01:02:50
I chose workplace because it is a very controlled space.
Mark Deutsch
01:03:01
For survey - it depends, all of the above if proper protocols are in place, for example.
iPhone
01:03:48
all of the above
Linda Walter
01:04:27
I agree with Mark. I would do all of the above with mask, gloves and proper protocols.
anderson
01:05:11
All of the above if the protocols are in place.
Mike Mancini (VCU)
01:05:14
Anything indoors with poor ventilation and for long durations is unwise until contact tracing is available. I’ve seen too many people shopping at the grocery store wearing N95s with visible gaps around their face to believe that PPEs are sufficient controls.
Buddy Hiatt
01:06:48
Highly concentrated populations including workplaces and nursing homes have experienced highest amount of cases. much of the shelter in place orders have been imposed on the wrong populations.
Nancy Eberhardt
01:07:32
Please place your questions here...
Brooke Plotnick
01:11:23
The thing is, people aren’t following social distancing even when they are allowed to be places, so we are only as safe as the least careful person in the space.
Buddy Hiatt
01:13:47
Had a great experience getting my haircut last week!
andya
01:14:31
we could only choose one thing so not a good poll
Kurt Light
01:14:38
I didn't take the survey because it only let you choose one option
Mike Metzger
01:14:40
The survey is flawed. It only let us select one option.
Buddy Hiatt
01:14:48
very
jmontoro@rta-solutions.com
01:14:56
the survey only allowed one choice
Linda Walter
01:15:07
I agree. Could only choose one thing.
Kevin Kokal
01:15:12
agree with Mike on flawed survey
Catherine Hammond
01:15:17
I would have picked more than one if I could have, so that’s not my %
Monica Rawles
01:15:33
I think it would look different if we could choose more than one or none.
Ed Barden
01:15:43
Old Crowd
Mike Mancini (VCU)
01:17:32
It would be helpful to see the respondents grouped by age/education level/public health fluency since political party affiliation isn’t evenly distributed.
Buddy Hiatt
01:17:33
how about a MAGA mask😉?
Deb
01:17:52
It's already those not wearing masks outnumber those who are.
ReeSources Inc
01:18:12
How do we start to bridge the gap - between republicans and democrats - on this issue?
Brooke Plotnick
01:18:26
I really reject my friends (on “all sides”) who suggest making masks that reflect their politics. Caring about not infecting people we don’t know accidentally because we are carriers but don’t realize it yet really should be non partisan.
AngelSmith
01:18:49
I agree Brooke
Franklin Bost
01:19:18
Can you stop screen share so we can see the speaker?
ReeSources Inc
01:19:49
I also agree with you Brooke - but how do get this issue to non partisan?
Janet Sommerville
01:20:24
Agree, wearing a mask should be a on-partisan issue. It’s about being considerate of others and not wanting to infect others inadvertently.
Linda Walter
01:20:25
We can't ask grocery store staff to police who is wearing a mask but 50% don't as I see it. Most are young.
elizabethbrady
01:20:28
Whats the best way to depolarize the mask wearing aspect? To get Americans to have more group/society concern rather than individualism?
Shelia Sowell
01:20:51
This is a human issue, not a political issue!
nancyrobertson
01:20:54
Should children be wearing masks also? Some schools for young people are opening back up now with limited number of students
Lud Kimbrough
01:21:01
Is herd immunity the ultimate end-point? If so, how to manage the process of achieving?
Roberson
01:21:03
Not one should endanger another person. Similar to "no shirt, no shoes- no service" No smoking... Why is it so difficult to respect the safety of others in public spaces and simply wear a mask?
Janet Sommerville
01:21:14
Non-partisan issue i mean, a typo correction
Brooke Plotnick
01:21:32
I think if nationally the PR about masks were focused more on protecting OTHER people before we show signs would help. I
Jonathan Hewitson (Whitley's Peanut Factory)
01:21:55
I AGREE With:From Mike Mancini (VCU) to Everyone: 08:49 AMIt would be helpful to see the respondents grouped by age/education level/public health fluency since political party affiliation isn’t evenly distributed.
T.J. Childress
01:22:00
What are Bob's thoughts on a second Fall wave?
Brooke Plotnick
01:22:41
@Lud personally I feel that I’d like to wait to get the virus til after it is better understood and there are consistent, scientifically reliable protocols in place for treatment.
Barbara Joynes
01:22:41
Our business (a winery) requires guests to wear masks when not seated at their table. Interesting industry learning: guests are selecting where to go based on whether masks are required or not. We had a lot of feedback during week 1 that guests LEFT places where they did not feel safe — so we feel good about our decision, even if it costs us business.
Nat Hamner
01:22:54
So...….Wouldn't a Rep. Encorepreneur make more money marketing BIDEN masks....?
jsamford
01:23:03
What about the ambiguous news of a mutation of Covid-19? Is this real? If so, potential implications?
andya
01:24:06
Montana opened some schools last week with social distancing so we can learn from them as well as Sweden, Austria and Germany who have all opened their K-12 schools
Janet Sommerville
01:24:10
Sad that even Covid 19 issues are politicized. No wonder we have difficulty moving pass politics in most issues today.
Marc Nystrom
01:24:24
Question for Bob: How do you feel VA is doing in terms of testing, transparency in reporting testing results, and letting data and objective criteria guide decisions around reopening?
ReeSources Inc
01:25:50
Janet - so very true.
Brooke
01:27:41
My apologies if I missed this, but how reliable ARE the tests?
Nannette Shor
01:28:16
Virginia can learn from other areas, countries, etc. but only to the extent in which they isolated during the past months. Some States were more open than others. Learning from those that were more strict will not necessarily help us in our area. We have not observed as strict of a stay at home order as other areas. Given that, we may not have as favorable results when opening back up as those other areas who observed a much more strict order.
Linda Walter
01:28:26
I wonder, since half of our cases were in prisons and nursing homes, if it was worth it to destroy our small businesses and those families. My vote, as an older person, is no.
Buddy Hiatt
01:29:01
Linda
denisemcmenamin
01:29:02
Virginia’s testing conflates alive infection with previous exposure. Proper testing segregates these data.
Wayne
01:29:09
The longer term mental health impact of isolation is yet to be seen.
Brooke
01:29:26
Truth, Wayne. This is NOT easy!
Buddy Hiatt
01:29:31
Linda - absolutely agree
Barbara Joynes
01:29:44
Need to leave for an industry call; THANK YOU Bob — as always, you bring clarity to murkiness! And so good to see my RVA peeps! Be well, friends!
Ed Barden
01:30:17
“thank you” Linda Walker
Lonnie Paster
01:30:28
Commercial businesses are going to have to require masks in order to enter their establishments
Janet Sommerville
01:30:34
Thinking out of the box, Bob’s graph showed a contrast in attitudes. Optimism vs. pessimism.
Cheri Jennings
01:30:44
Another great session - thank you Bob, Stan and team!
andya
01:31:03
optimism vs. pessimism and different news sources
Oliver Way
01:31:03
excellent presentation
John Richards
01:31:07
Thank you Need to jump on a call
Linda Walter
01:31:12
Thank you all and Mr. Gupton. Love your idea.
Janet Sommerville
01:31:13
Yes, Thank you, Bob, and Stan and his team.
Fran Babashak
01:31:21
Very informative, thank you!
Marie
01:31:29
Thank yuou, this has been very informative
Nannette Shor
01:31:42
Thank you. A great session!
carlinelson
01:31:47
Thank You all - well done presentation!! Good to hear from you Bob!!
Deb
01:32:16
Thank you! Very interesting and informative.
Stewart Roberson
01:32:39
Great session! Thanks, Bob and Stan!
Marie
01:32:45
This is not an issue of optimism or pessimism, this is a scientific issue, and we are treating it like a political issue.
Buddy Hiatt
01:33:04
IHME model
Executive’s iPhone
01:33:27
common sense policies should be addressed to everyone
Buddy Hiatt
01:33:37
IHME model has been far less than accurate
Marie
01:33:52
Also people are reinfecting so the herd immunity may not be accurate
julien williams
01:34:00
Thanks to Stan and your excellent team
Brooke
01:35:04
Are people reinfecting? I have heard different information on that front. Is there reliable, scientifically documented evidence about reinfection rates?
Janet Sommerville
01:35:05
Yes. agree. Common sense policies based on scientific data.and not make it a political issue.
Executive’s iPhone
01:35:48
They used cellphone tracing in Haiti to control the cholera epidemic there years ago.
Buddy Hiatt
01:36:21
How has Dr. Fauci’s multiple positions negatively impacted the economic and political landscape across the country?
Brooke
01:37:51
allsides.com is a very interesting site for accessing news from a variety of perspectives. If you read HOW they determine what is on each “side,” you’ll find it interesting, too.
Brooke
01:38:57
https://www.vhha.com/communications/virginia-hospital-covid-19-data-dashboard/
tpcollin
01:39:06
Hats of to Encorepreneur, Stan and your team. Thanks to all for an informative update.
Executive’s iPhone
01:39:26
As a physician, Dr. Fauci should have stayed in his lane and not allow politicians to try and bend the facts to support their positions. which means, he should only point out the Medicsl facts, accepted public health measures and not what politicians think.
Brooke
01:40:20
https://www.vpap.org/visuals/visual/covid-19-cases-10000-people-zip/
Deb
01:41:52
We are hearing "1984" frequently, and not with regards to Wonder Woman!
wayne
01:41:53
Bob, you said that our majority of cases were in LTC facilities and prisons. Some people may wonder if all of this social distancing and business closings were really necessary for the rest of us creating such economic devastation. But is it not true that had we not put these guidelines in place our numbers would have been so much higher
Mike Grow
01:43:59
Thanks so much for a fascinating presentation. Gotta go
Susan
01:47:05
Thank you Dr. Holsworth, Stan, Ellen and all. Excellent info!
Brooke
01:47:16
Thank you!!
Susan Campbell
01:47:18
Thanks!! Excellent!
Robin Brewster
01:47:19
Thank you!
Gene WILSON
01:47:22
Love the depth and breadth of Bob!
Elizabeth Fessenden
01:47:23
Thank you. Excellent program.
Deb
01:47:24
THANKS STAY WELL!!
Carol Nitz
01:47:28
thanks!
Davd Glick
01:47:30
Thank you Dr. Holsworth!
McKinley R's iPad
01:47:31
Thanks all! See you soon
Shelia Sowell
01:47:32
Great information! Thanks
Catherine Hammond
01:47:35
Great!
smseeley2@vcu.edu
01:47:37
Thank you, Bob and team for a fascinating event.
kris
01:47:40
Thanks Bob!
Lou Kadiri
01:47:41
Thank you!