Age and Existing Conditions of Fatalities

Most of the people who have passed away due to the coronavirus are those in the senior age groups. In addition, a majority of people who died from the corona had a pre-existing comorbidity or chronic illness. Unfortunately, we do not have statistics on infections by age or comorbidity, otherwise we could narrow down the virus characteristics more accurately.

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Tracking Atlanta Multi Family Real Estate

Daily Updates The Atlanta multi family sector has seen a softening of trends due to the COVID pandemic. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the multi family real estate in Atlanta. The rent prices decreased and the vacancy rate has increased similarly to the national index. Compared to a year ago, […]

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Tracking Atlanta Retail Real Estate

Daily Updates The retail sector in the Atlanta market has had a huge impact due to the COVID pandemic. The charts below highlight a few key performance indicators of the retail real estate in Atlanta. Most malls and shopping centers have seen a decrease in business and many tenants have been unable to pay month’s […]

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Small Business Administration-August 10th

Weekly Recap In the July 31st edition of the Paycheck Protection Program report, the Small Business Administration released updated loan approval data. The cumulative amount of loans outstanding in GA for the last two weeks increased by 6949—from 160,449 to 167,398 active loans. The cumulative dollar amount of loans in GA for the last two […]

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Restaurant Industry August 10th

Restaurant Reservations Reservations numbers continued to climb this week, with a 3.4% weekly average increase for both the US and Georgia. The US numbers climbed from -59.3% to -55.8% and GA numbers climbed from -54.2% to -50.8% Despite rising coronavirus cases in the US, people are still going out to fine dining establishments.  Casual Dining, […]

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Airline Industry August 10th

TSA checkpoint After more than a month of stagnation with passenger numbers, TSA checkpoint traffic has finally passed another milestone–more than 800k passengers traveled Sunday August 9th. While daily traffic numbers haven’t been this high since March, it is still only 31% of what passenger throughput was a year ago. Average daily throughput increased by […]

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Episode 7: Reflections of a Recent Airline Trip during COVID-19

Mike Messner interviews Connor Wood, a recent graduate from Georgia Tech, about his personal experiences flying between the East and West Coasts of America during COVID-19. Connor Wood describes not only his airport and in-flight experiences, but he also discusses his knowledge of the airport industry and the lifestyle differences observed between East and West […]

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Photo of an undetermined Georgia Tech home game during the 1918 college football season. That's when the sport was hit by the Spanish flu and the end of World War I.

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