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What is JumpStart Economy Reopening?
A Solution to JumpStart Re-Opening of the Economy
JumpStart Economy Reopening/SureUp Businesses & Chain of Efficacy Campaign: Providing a road map and blueprint of information for local governments, businesses, and consumers to navigate and safeguard the spread of the COVID-19 in a responsible way. Incentivizing participants through education, awareness, and guidance to organizations, businesses, and consumers of available resources for those that are participating in the JumpStart Economy Reopening Campaign, providing discounts and savings for adhering to the Chain of Efficacy to stop the virus from spreading. A collaborative partnership to recognize, support, promote and reward those businesses and organizations that are "A Health & Safety First Business", looking out for the good of their employees, customers and general public to reopen responsibly for economic recovery!
In the wake of a global health and economic crisis, the US race and cultural transformation, its time to push the RESET button to navigate this new business landscape, paradigm, dynamic environment, and ecosystem! Tune in and watch live every Wednesday 1 PM-2 PM (EST) right here on JumpStart TV
Efficacy Chain Economy Reopening:
1) Critical Mass Communications (PSA & On-Air Interviews)
2) Local businesses education outreach & Sanitizing, Disinfecting Workplace and Public Space
3) Rapid Testing (To determine Positive or Negative and Anti-Bodies results)
4) Temperature Screening, Public Contact Tracing Education & Data Management
5) Social & Physical Distancing
6) Telehealth and Telemedicine, Remote Patient Monitoring, and Care for Quarantine
7) Employees Electing to Work Remotely (Increased Productivity) or Paid Sick Leave Covid-19 Related
8) A funding mechanism for testing and telehealth and telemedicine are reimbursement cost by Federal Government CARE ACT and private Insurance
9) Provide technical assistance resources to help businesses to mitigate the operation risk (through automation or remotely), for sustainability and success.
10) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Supply Chain Logistics
According to The New York Times:
Opening safely during a pandemic, and being able to stay open, requires planning carefully — and usually spending significant amounts of money, to pay for testing, cleaning, and new social-distancing procedures.
PPE Shortage on the Frontlines
Front-line medical workers are facing a problem many had hoped would be resolved by now: a shortage of respirator masks, isolation gowns, and disposable gloves.
Across the political spectrum, there have been calls for the reopening of U.S. schools this fall. And understandably so: Remote learning went very badly in the spring. An autumn without in-person school would leave students further behind and leave many parents without child care again.
The U.S., by contrast, is suffering through by far the worst coronavirus outbreak of any affluent country, and the federal government has done little to help schools reopen.
Paul Romer, a Nobel Prize-winning economist, told me that reopening U.S. schools was feasible — but would require huge amounts of additional testing, as well as mask-wearing, social distancing, and keeping windows open.
Urgent care centers (UCCs) are being left out of the COVID-19 testing conversation on a national, state, and local level. UCCs are already set up for walk-in patients, have staff experienced in safe diagnostic testing and many are open nights and weekends. At 10,000 strong and represented in all 50 states, urgent care can play a substantial role in testing and ultimately vaccinations. UCA and the Urgent Care Foundation (UCF) have been collecting urgent care testing capability from UCCs across the country. (Source: UCA)
COVID-19 FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
The CARES Act will distribute $150 billion among states, localities, tribal governments, and territories proportional to population. Here's how that distribution is likely to play out.
Get real-time Coronavirus Covid-19 infection cases by clicking on any of the countries around the world map above.