Things have changed—a lot. That’s the main thing I talk about today.
At the end of the episode, I mention a project I began that’ll become a topic—eventually. Oh, and welcome to Spring!
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Links for this episode
”London Bridge is down” – My blog post on the Queen’s death.
”National transitions” – My blog post on the proclamations of the new king.
”Other big changes in New Zealand” – The changes to the Covid Framework in NZ.
”27 years ago today” – The annual post about the day I first arrived in New Zealand.
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1. At least around here, some people continue to wear masks, even amid diminishing requirements. NYS stopped requiring them on transportation in the last couple of weeks.
2. ABSOLUTELY, things seemingly unrelated to an event will trigger a reaction. For me, it usually involves music.
The MInistry of Health also dropped the daily case number updates and now does it weekly. By thenm they’d already started promoting on the weekly “rolling average” as a better indicator because daily numbers fluctuated so much. But the newsmedia doesn’t give nearly as much reporting to that weekly report that they did to the former daily report.