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March Economic Development Committee Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather Horne
07:06
Hey Alyssia! The dogs and I are safe and sound at home... hope the same goes for you!
Spencer Fox
09:24
Spencer Fox - Not AYC
Carson Taylor
09:26
Carson Taylor - AYC
Andrew Allen
09:28
Andrew Allen
Rebecca St Nicholas
09:30
Rebecca St Nicholas - AYC Member
Becky C.
09:33
hi! Becky C. AYC member
Betsy
09:34
Betsy Cheung - AYC
Giselle M
09:37
Giselle Myers - AYC Member
Heather Solis
09:37
Heather Solis - Member
Herbert
09:37
Herbert AYC Member
Julie Fisher
09:45
Julie Fisher - non AYC.Thanks for hosting!
Prasad Jaladi
09:51
Prasad Jaladi
Joshua Rolfe
09:59
Joshua - AYC member
Brian J. Sullivan
10:03
Brian Sullivan, AYC General Counsel
Kelsey Hitchingham
10:31
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QImsU71swRxGuhK380_Tdvld2-lajtb9P3WyfI18SMw/edit?usp=sharing
Dan
11:16
Dan AYC
Crystal
11:41
Crystal Palomino - AYC Board
erome005
11:41
Emiliano Romero- AYC member
Kim
11:49
Kim McAuliffe, non AYC member
Chance Coble
12:04
Chance - non-member
Samantha Kimmel
12:15
Sam Kimmel - AYC member
Christopher Williams
12:20
Christopher Williams - member
Zach Schultz
12:28
Zach Schultz - non-member
e172621
12:32
Courtney - non member
heathercox
15:26
Hook em!
Becky C.
29:57
I keep hearing that if we all Social distance properly now, this is the peak and we can end this by May. could you speak to timeline/estimate of when we will ultimately be able to return to a more “normal” lifestyle. Obviously there’s various orders that have deadlines - but as far as the real virus lifespan goes, where are we at in the peak?
Oren Mitzner
32:40
The engine had a few blocks that cover some form of infected and asymptomatic. is this to cover the incubation period of COVID-19, or is it possible to be a carrier of this particular virus and never show symptoms?
Becky C.
34:12
how will we know when this is truly over? like how did China decide it was safe to close their last COVID-19 clinic? I feel like if we don’t know someone has symptoms, wouldn’t this just keep going on and on until everyone got sick?
Christopher Williams
35:23
What are recommendations to cities and states — that have managed the rate of infection well—manage the flow of people that come from places with high levels of infections, especially when adjacent?
Becky C.
35:49
Are there plans for the consortium you deceived to have an advocacy arm? so that data scientists and public health officials are speaking to Texas legislators, etc as policy decisions need to be made?
Becky C.
41:20
could you speak to the urban v rural spread as it stands right now and projections for the next few weeks?
Prasad Jaladi
41:34
Are there any labs open for screening COVID-19 patients?
Prasad Jaladi
42:17
Sorry ignore the question.
Herbert
42:17
Any insights on why high density populations like India have been able to manage the spread and severity of the virus better, does it have to do with alternative medicines, dietary habits, other?
Prasad Jaladi
42:32
Are there any labs in UT open for screening COVID-19 patients?
Tricia Tumlinson
47:20
Yes we will certainly see a shift in the real estate market! email me if you have questions: tricia@williamskw.com
Brian J. Sullivan
48:00
How is Austin/Travis County doing in relation to other comparable-size areas concerning the total number of COVID-19 cases?
Christopher Williams
48:02
can i speak to this aspect on the economy?
Chance Coble
48:36
Any thoughts on banking? It’s been branch centric historically. Cash transactions seem harder in this environment.
Alyssia Woods
52:37
Austin Public Health recently recommended schools closing through the end of the school year. Would you agree with that recommendation as an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 based on the models you are seeing?
Chance Coble
53:25
I would like to see Spencer'
Chance Coble
53:32
s response after he watches my kids for 2 weeks
Brian J. Sullivan
53:35
How likely is it that we will see "waves" of COVID-19, perhaps requiring intermittent isolation orders from government throughout 2020, until a vaccine is widely available?
Christopher Williams
55:20
how likely is it that COVID-19 flows from Northern Hemisphere to Southern and back could cause a second wave? or what are the leading indicators for that?
Dan Rutledge
55:20
What does the supply chain look like for test manufacturing?
Alyssia Woods
55:54
Many non profits and businesses are postponing their large scale events/festivals until the Fall. Do you think it is likely that we will be in a position to have large scale events/festivals by the Fall in consideration of public health?
Calahan.Becky
56:49
Kelsey - could you please link the agenda again. If it’s a hassle, no worries
Kelsey Hitchingham
57:37
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QImsU71swRxGuhK380_Tdvld2-lajtb9P3WyfI18SMw/edit
Alyssia Woods
58:31
Thank you, Spencer!!
Chance Coble
58:40
Thanks Spencer!
Spencer Fox
58:43
Thank you all for the great questions!
Herbert
58:45
Thank you very much! very informative!
Crystal
58:59
Thanks so much for your time, Spencer.
Kim
59:13
Thank you for hosting AYC and thank you Spence!
Calahan.Becky
01:22:03
Forgot to mention - fill out your 2020 census! More important than ever to make sure we have proper demographic data for emergency aid, etc. —> my2020census.gov —> It’s less than 10 minutes :)
Christopher Williams
01:22:38
Thanks Becky! So true! :)
Kelsey Hitchingham
01:22:53
Thanks Becky!
Oren Mitzner
01:27:26
already done!
Giselle M
01:27:55
Is Austin doing anything for the homeless population? They can’t necessarily shelter in place or self isolate without a home. Just curious
Oren Mitzner
01:28:47
What I’ve seen is that they are requesting that those who can find a shelter space should, but otherwise to practice social distancing as best as possible
Kelsey Hitchingham
01:34:51
Or on Zoom calls