Re: Forced virtual IETF 109 as well as 107

S Moonesamy <> Sun, 15 March 2020 01:28 UTC

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Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2020 18:20:42 -0700
To: Alexandre Petrescu <>,
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Subject: Re: Forced virtual IETF 109 as well as 107
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Hi Alex,
At 11:41 AM 13-03-2020, Alexandre Petrescu wrote:
>It's an event of cold, but heat countries in Africa have it too, 
>even though a little less.  It's an event of winter, because world 
>maps of distribution, show currently much distribution in Northern 
>hemisphere, and little in the Southern hemisphere.  When the Earth 
>will incline the other way, will the virus with a crown disappear or 
>move the other way too.

The magnitude of R0 in some parts of the Southern Hemisphere might be 
related to travel and several other factors.

The "loss" from attendance is currently at least $706,875.  The 
amount will likely double by the end of July.  That is another aspect 
of potential issues which the IETF might face.

S. Moonesamy