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possible pic >  England’s tiered lockdown system, designed to simplify the rules and restrictions around coronavirus, appears to be causing even more confusion.Since the tier system came into effect  it has been unclear what areas can do to move back down to lower tiers with fewer restrictions.This has fuelled growing unease among members of the public and MPs alike.Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 committee of Tory backbenchers, recently urged the government to “set a clear end date and a strategy for returning life to normal”.While we don’t yet have any firm details of a clear end date, here’s what we know – however vague – about how areas can move back to lower tiers.So, how can areas move down a tier?Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) on Wednesday, Boris Johnson confirmed the way for areas to get out of the higher tiered restrictions is to “get the R [rate] down to 1 or below”.As well as following the rules of their specific tier, people should keep washing hands, wearing a face covering in enclosed spaces, and maintaining a sensible distance from others, he said.However when pushed on the finer details of the tier exit strategy by Labour leader Keir Starmer, there was not a huge amount of clarity offered. “Obviously the R is one of the measures we look at,” Johnson said, “and we will take a decision based on a number of things including the R but also, of course, rates of infection, rates of admission to hospital and other data.”Health minister Edward Argar was also asked about the criteria that impact whether or not a region can exit the tier it are in, and said the government will look at the area’s infection rates per 100,000 people, the impact on the NHS in terms of hospital capacity and hospitalisation rates, as well as relying on knowledge from local public health officials.“Areas in tier 3 or tier 2 will remain in those areas as long as is necessary to protect the health of the local people and the NHS in that region,” he said.The prime minister said when areas enter a new tier, they are “only in there for 28 days” before the government will review an area’s position within that tier.“Areas that have gone into tier 3, I believe, are already making progress and areas where there are restrictions in place are already showing signs of progress,” he added.Does the government have an exit strategy?As it stands, UK Covid-19 cases are continuing to rise, alongside hospitalisations and deaths. This week, the UK recorded 241 Covid-related deaths in a single 24-hour period, the highest number since the start of June.The lack of clarity surrounding how places like Greater Manchester might move back down a tier has left many wondering if and when they’ll be able to see loved ones again, and is causing a great deal of concern over how people will afford to live if they can’t work for months on end. “Tier 3 is a gateway to weeks and weeks, more likely months and months, of agony from which there’s no likely exit,” Starmer told the Commons. “Can the prime minister not see the problem if there isn’t a clear exit?”The measures for Greater Manchester will be reviewed by November 11, HuffPost UK understands.Related... Greater Manchester Forced Into Tier 3 Lockdown After Talks With Government Collapse Data on the spread of the virus across local areas is being monitored and then used to provide advice and recommendations on areas of intervention to ministers. After consultation with local authorities and leaders, the government makes a final decision on the appropriate tier for each area.In response to HuffPost UK’s request for comment on the matter, a government spokesperson said: “The Covid Alert Levels simplify and strengthen rules to help protect lives and reduce the transmission of the virus, whilst minimising the impact to livelihoods and the economy.“Decisions are made in close consultation with local leaders and public health experts, informed by the latest evidence from the JBC and NHS Test and Trace, PHE and the Chief Medical Officer for England.“We constantly review the evidence and discuss measures with local Directors of Public Health and local authorities, and do not wish for restrictions to be in place for longer than is necessary.”Are there alternatives to the tier system?Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have implemented a range of heavier, albeit temporary, lockdown measures to try and reduce infections – a method referred to as a ‘circuit breaker’. The aim is to try and reduce the R rate and prevent health services from being overwhelmed.The option of a ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown in England hasn’t been ruled out, however there is a reluctance from the UK government to resort to this measure, because some areas have a much lower number of infections than others.England’s deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam acknowledged this week that infections are “heating up” across the country but said the virus was only “out of control” in some areas, mainly concentrated in the north, so a national circuit breaker lockdown wouldn’t be right.There are some experts who believe the tiered system isn’t having much of an effect. Independent Sage points out that cases have continued to rise despite the introduction of tiers “and although cases are highest in the North of England, they are rising rapidly across the country”.“We do not believe the current tiered system is sufficient to reverse the growth of the pandemic,” the independent panel of scientists said. Related... Why England Might Get A Circuit Breaker Anyway, Despite What Boris Says Professor Deenan Pillay, an expert in virology at University College London and a member of Independent Sage, tells HuffPost UK he believes there should now be a national circuit breaker, along the lines of the two-week circuit breaker introduced in Wales.Everyone in Wales is currently required to stay at home – this means working from home where possible, with the only exceptions being critical workers and jobs where working from home is not possible. All non-essential retail, leisure, hospitality and tourism businesses have also been forced to close.Prof Pillay says: “The varying tiers [in England] are a blunt instrument for an infection which is rapidly spreading in all parts of the UK – albeit with varying numbers at present. It just makes no sense to wait until hospitals are starting to fill up, and deaths increase, to clamp down on the infection.” Instead, he says, we should be focusing on preventing that rise. Why test-and-trace matters just as muchScientists have been calling for improvements to the test and trace system in England for some time now, arguing that it is one of the key ways to keep cases down. At the start of October, the service reported its worst ever figures for tracking down “close contacts” of people with Covid.“The apparent dichotomy between protecting the economy on the one hand, and stopping virus spread on the other, is false,” says Prof Pillay. “Those countries which have implemented the most stringent lockdown, and have a fully functioning test and trace system, are those whose economies have fared the best.” Singapore, for example, has recorded fewer than 30 deaths despite almost 60,000 confirmed cases, which experts believe is down to its effective rapid test-and-trace programme.Currently, there isn’t a single part of England that would be classed as “safe” from coronavirus using the government’s own threshold for quarantining overseas travellers.When will the tier system end then? Ultimately, we just don’t know. Professor David Hunter, Richard Doll Professor of Epidemiology and Medicine at the University of Oxford, tells HuffPost UK that “from an epidemiological perspective it might appear to make sense to have a tiered system, but from a social and political perspective it does not seem to be working very well”.Prof Hunter says it’s “impossible” to say how long the tier system will be in place “because the government has been conducting a series of U-turns at regular intervals for almost the whole of the epidemic”.“If the question is whether the system of tiers is going to control the epidemic, my expectation is that we would all wind up in tier 3 eventually,” he says.“It’s just a matter of time before tier 2 places become tier 3, and tier 1 places become tier 2, because the evidence is the epidemic is increasing across the country, it has just started with a higher baseline in the areas that are currently tier 3.”He says a nationwide ‘circuit breaker’ would “make more sense at this point” and would potentially stop tier 1 areas moving up to tier 2, “so it would be a benefit to the whole country” – but he caveats that it wouldn’t be easy (due to the obvious economic and mental health implications) and that we’d almost certainly need another circuit breaker in the future.We also need a fully functioning test, trace and isolate system that is “decentralised and effective”, he points out (not for the first time, either). For those wondering whether to make plans for the foreseeable future, Prof Hunter believes that realistically we won’t see an end to the restrictions and measures until well into 2021. “We won’t get to herd immunity without a vaccine, and I think no-one is ready to let the NHS be overwhelmed,” he says.“So we are stuck with intermittent lockdowns or ‘circuit breakers’ until the weather gets better in the late spring or early summer and we can be outdoors again and that does seem to help limit transmission.”Another way to return to normality is to have a vaccine widely available, he adds. But he estimates suggest that’ll be “Q2 or Q3 next year at best”.Related... This Is How Bad The Coronavirus Picture Is In Greater Manchester These Are The Places With The Highest And Lowest Covid-19 Infection Rates In England Covid-19 Has 7 Key Strains. Here's What You Need To Know
The Mercury Seven series “The Right Stuff premiered on Disney+ recently.As a recap, the first half of the two-episode premiere of the drama series commenced with a nail-biting scene of the day of May the 5th, 1961 with the NASA crew preparing to launch its first-ever manned space mission.The two central figures, Astronaut Alan Shephard (played by Limitless star Jake McDorman) and his colleague John Glenn (played by extremely talented actor Patrick J Adams of “Suits” fame) engage in an argument because Shephard reprimanded him for going behind his back.Sources: we move back to 1959 when NASA is just taking its baby steps, and its leaders Chris Kraft (played by Bosche’ Eric Ladin) and Bob Gilruth (played by another “Suits” actor Patrick Fischler) are searching for ways to compete with the soaring Russian space prowess.The series tells us that in 1959, they were looking for American test pilots who are willing to fly into space.The problem was that as one can expect, most of the test pilots used to wound up dead at that time.The series shows that Chris Kraft and Bob Gilruth have no time to sit around as they need to speed up their selection process so that they don’t fall way behind Russia.They find a few promising candidates, and one of them is Glenn.Glenn is a marine with a stable family and no bad habits.He is also a guy that is looking for a new adventure as there isn’t much left in his marine career.They also find a guy named Shephard who is not an ideal fit for a team game as he is self-obsessed, cocky, and flirtatious.
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If I told you I’ve gained weight during lockdown, what would you think of me?Chances are, the words ‘greedy’, ‘lazy’ and ‘unhealthy’ might float into your consciousness, even if you see yourself as fairly woke when it comes to body positivity. Maybe your mind would fill with images of Bridget Jones lying on the sofa eating ice cream from the tub, or the kid from Matilda eating chocolate cake with his hands.I don’t blame you – it’s really not your fault. Whether we consciously subscribe to the narrative or not, we have been conditioned by the media and cultural rhetoric to believe that gaining weight equals ‘bad’ and losing weight equals ‘good’. People who gain weight have ‘let themselves go’, while those losing it are disciplined and self-controlled. As one of the estimated 1.25million people in the UK who suffer from an eating disorder, this mentality is all-consuming.Entering lockdown back in March, I was firmly stuck in a relapse of anorexia, an eating disorder I have struggled with for seven years. I had moved into a flat-share in London in January and immediately fell back into old habits, which were beginning to take their toll on my body. A few weeks into lockdown, I was put on furlough at work and begrudgingly decided to move back home with my parents to save money and escape what was then the epicentre of the pandemic.Though my body still hasn’t completely recovered on the inside, I have been at a healthy weight for the last couple of months.Although my eating disorder gave me hell for it, back in the safety of my family home I gradually got back on track with regular meals, restarted NHS therapy over Zoom and began to put on weight. I had a mini breakthrough with the help of my therapist, realising that I didn’t want to turn 30 in five years’ time and still be consumed by food, calories and my body.Nevertheless, I felt disgusting, became close to tears every time I looked in the mirror, and my mood each day was dictated by the number on the scales. I spent most of lockdown hidden away in baggy dungarees and T-shirts, relieved that I didn’t have to go out and see people who would inevitably notice my weight gain.It’s now September and, though my body still hasn’t completely recovered on the inside, I have been at a healthy weight for the last couple of months. I look normal, healthy and definitely not anorexic, though it didn’t take long because I was only undoing about two months’ worth of damage. I have started to wear more tight-fitting clothes, my mind slowly catching up with my changing body and learning to accept that I don’t need to look ill to express what’s going on inside.This part of recovery would have been difficult at the best of times. I’ve experienced forced weight gain in hospital, as well as recovery at home in the past, but doing it this time around was made doubly painful by the government and the media’s encouragement of people to lose weight post-lockdown. While I am aware that the campaigns don’t apply to me, that doesn’t stop the surrounding narrative feeding directly into my disordered thinking. I have had to put the blinkers on to gain weight.Over the last few months, I’ve learnt to respect my healthy body for what it allows me to do, even when looking in the mirror makes me want to cry.When everything inside of you wants to see the number on the scale go down and your clothes become looser, it physically hurts when things go in the other direction. But, as I’ve been told by countless professionals over the years, it does get easier. I’ve never believed them, thinking that it’s just something people say to make me eat more, while evil laughing behind my back as I sob over the plate of pasta. I hate to admit it, but I’ve learnt that a lot of eating disorder recovery is about taking opposite actions in the hope that your brain will eventually get the memo. Over the last few months, I’ve learnt to respect my healthy body for what it allows me to do, even when looking in the mirror makes me want to cry. Not everyone who has an eating disorder is clinically underweight, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t need to gain a bit of weight to reach a comfortable BMI. If someone is restricting or purging their intake in any way, starting to eat more intuitively and ‘normally’ is likely to result in a bit of weight gain. At the same time, not everyone who gains weight healthily has an eating disorder. For example, some people who have gained weight during lockdown may have done so because they have had more time to look after themselves properly.I know first-hand the damage that comes with celebrating when someone shrinks in size, and then condemning them for getting bigger. Neither outcome has any bearing on a person’s character or value, and both losing and gaining weight can be done in ways that improve a person’s overall health and wellbeing.As well as weight, I have gained a social life, quality time with family, emotional wellbeing, joy, freedom and spontaneity. With all its ups and downs and complicated emotion, I have gained life.Harriet Clifford is a freelance writer and editor. Follow her on Twitter at @hclifford29Have a compelling personal story you want to tell? 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We’re here to guide you through the coronavirus pandemic. Sign up to the Life newsletter for daily tips, advice, how-tos and escapism.Lasting breathing problems, purple-coloured toes, exhaustion – these are just some of the symptoms of long Covid identified in a list shared by MPs.‘Long Covid’ is a non-medical term used to describe illness in people who haveeither recovered from Covid-19 but still report lasting effects of the infection, or have had the usual symptoms for far longer than would be expected.Earlier this year, it was suggested that most people recover from Covid-19 after two weeks – however research since then has found around one in 10 people are left with debilitating symptoms for months on end.Research from the Covid-19 Symptom Study in the UK, led by Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, shows after three weeks of first reporting symptoms, a group of people continue to experience fatigue, headaches, coughs, loss of smell, sore throats, delirium, and chest pain.People with mild cases of the disease are more likely to have a wide range of symptoms that come and go over an extended period, Prof Spector found. And these people are often flying under the radar because they’re not in hospital.Some patients, who were previously healthy and active, have been left using wheelchairs or forced to move back in with their parents due to being unable to return to work and financially sustain themselves.Related... ‘Long Covid’ – The Under-The-Radar Coronavirus Cases Exhausting Thousands The all-party parliamentary group on coronavirus has heard from 550 people who have suffered continuing health problems due to Covid-19. These people want recognition of long Covid and the fact it affects all ages, and to shifting opinion from the widely-held belief that people are either hospitalised with the virus or better after two weeks. They also want support in their recovery,Research is only just beginning to scratch the surface of the long-term effects of the virus. One study from the University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust identified a pattern of longer-term symptoms likely to be experienced by people hospitalised with the virus. Fatigue, breathlessness, psychological distress – including problems with concentration and memory – and a general decline in quality of life are commonly reported in those who end up hospitalised and suffer long-term symptoms on release.Another study found almost three quarters of people admitted to a hospital with coronavirus suffer ongoing symptoms three months later. Again, researchers found 81 out of 110 patients discharged from Southmead Hospital in Bristol were still experiencing symptoms such as breathlessness, excessive fatigue and muscle aches when invited back to clinic three months later.Related... The Most Common Long-Term Symptoms Of Covid-19 MPs identified 16 common symptoms of long Covid experienced by the people they spoke to. These include:Lasting breathing problemsPurple toesChillsDisorientationHallucinationsMuscle/body acheInsomniaArrhythmia (a problem with the rate or rhythm of the heartbeat)Tachycardia (where the heart beats more than 100 times per minute)ExhaustionVomitingDiarrhoeaHigh temperatureHair lossCognitive problems - memory loss, brain fog, confusionChest painPeople struggling with the effects of long Covid often had to use a wheelchair, they said, and symptoms would recur after getting better. One submission read: “I’ve experienced sixty-six symptoms to date.”The cross-party group of MPs has demanded that the UK government steps up support for those suffering from long Covid, describing them as the “forgotten victims” of the pandemic.A poll from the Netherlands found that almost three months after the first symptoms of the virus, more than nine in 10 people reported having problems with simple daily activities. And 85% of respondents said their health was good before the virus, falling to 6% afterwards.Of the 1,622 people with suspected coronavirus who took part in the survey, conducted by Longfonds (a lung foundation in the Netherlands), 91% hadn’t been hospitalised, and 43% hadn’t been diagnosed by a doctor.Common long-term symptoms included fatigue, shortness of breath, chest pressure, headache and muscle pain – all of which were also identified by the UK’s all-party parliamentary group“We are really shocked by this,” said Michael Rutgers, director of Longfonds. “It is the first time this large patient group has been visualised. These people really need to be seen, heard and helped.”Related... What We Know About The Long-Term Impact Of 'Mild' Covid-19 Could Covid-19 Change The Way We Get Sick? 'Panic Attack' Searches Reached All-Time High During Pandemic
Natalie Mariduena has over 4 million followers on Instagram and is known online as YouTube star David Dobrik's childhood best friend and assistant.  When she's not appearing in Dobrik's vlogs or TikToks, she is working beside him to help design items of merchandise or plan out content.  Her involvement in the business started a few years ago as an intern, when Dobrik asked her to come out to Los Angeles and help him out. Mariduena spoke with Business Insider about what it's like to work for Dobrik and explained how his business works. Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Influencer Dashboard. Fans of YouTube star David Dobrik know Natalie Mariduena as "David's assistant Natalie," and his childhood best friend from Chicago. Officially, Mariduena is an executive assistant of David Dobrik LLC, and when she's not appearing in Dobrik's vlogs or TikToks, she is working beside him to help scale the growing business. Mariduena's involvement started a few years ago when Dobrik, who is one of YouTube's most popular creators with 18 million subscribers, asked her to come out to LA and help him out. "I had one more semester of college I had to finish, and my parents would kill me if I just wasted all that money," Mariduena told Business Insider. So instead of dropping out, she left Chicago in 2017 and flew out to LA to complete an internship with David Dobrik LLC for college credit. "His business was growing significantly and he needed an extra hand," she said. "And I was always kind of that sisterly, responsible figure." Since then, Mariduena and Dobrik have become celebrity-level influencers, with the media constantly speculating if they are dating (they aren't), new TV projects with Discovery and Nickelodeon, and most recently, expanding into a new $9.5 million LA mansion. "Although I was hesitant at first, I'm so happy I did make the decision to move out here and work with him," Mariduena said of working with Dobrik. "It evolved from it being this internship for credits to this real role that I have in executing whatever business he's in." 'David and I do everything together' Even though Dobrik and his squad are massively popular online, those who aren't tapped into the world of influencers may not understand their business. "Even my parents," Mariduena said. "They are still confused because there isn't really a job description or proper title." "I definitely came into it with this perspective like, OK, I'm going to do this six-month internship and then I'll move back to Chicago and keep living my life," she continued. "I quickly found that wasn't going to be the case and that I actually wanted to stay in California and working with David for a long period of time." Since then, Mariduena has become an influencer herself, with 4 million followers on Instagram, a manager of her own (she's signed with Digital Brand Architects), brand deals, and even 215,000 followers on her closet account (a separate account some influencers make specifically for outfit pictures). But she said that everything she does is a part of the larger team.  "As much as I have my own following and things like that, David and I do everything together and it's not really so much me doing my own thing, as much as like there's a lot of females who follow David and have followed me and attach to our storyline and this friendship," she said. When it comes to his videos, Dobrik is often the man behind the camera and he relies on his friends to help him create interesting content.  "Whenever he makes a decision there are like ten people involved," she said. "I think that's kind of what's so important, and how we continue to work together as such a good team." david dobrik llc has the best employee benefits — sophie (@ultraneedy) March 3, 2020 A day in the life working for a YouTube star Since the coronavirus pandemic hit the US, Dobrik has halted filming weekly videos for his YouTube channel. He hasn't posted a video since April and he stopped his regular uploads in March. Mariduena said they do want to get back into creating YouTube videos again. But for now, Dobrik is focused on his latest project, a TV show for Discovery, and filming content for TikTok (he recently became one of 19 recipients to get money from TikTok's new creator fund.) During the week, Mariduena is usually with Dobrik helping him on set or attending meetings. And in general, their schedule is a lot less exciting than what's shown in his four-minute vlogs, she said.  "It's a lot more mundane than people think," she said. "It's a lot of emails, calls, a lot of sitting around and scrolling through social media and seeing what people like. Especially during quarantine there are several times where we will just go back and watch the old vlogs and reminisce on how much fun we had and how we did it."  Her "all-time favorite moment" was the day Dobrik married Lorraine Nash, who is the mom of Vlog Squad member Jason Nash. The marriage was a prank and lasted about a month. Dobrik filmed the wedding, which took place in Hawaii, and that video has 12 million views.  "They had a conversation that day and then later that night we were on a plane to Boston to propose to his mother," Mariduena said. "It was so epic."  Her second favorite experience was a brand trip with the video game company Electronic Arts. "One of the most lavish vlogs that we did was we went to Miami with EA and they rented us a private plane and we went and picked up our friend in Chicago – there were cars, a party and the beach, a yacht, just the most epic vacation you could ever think of, and it was just so awesome because we could do it together," she said. "Those are the best moments. When we are all taking trips together."  Believe it or not our beards grow really quick, thankfully @dollarshaveclub now has the Double Razor Share Pack so we stay looking cuuute #ad A post shared by Natalie M (@natalinanoel) on Mar 16, 2020 at 12:04pm PDT on Mar 16, 2020 at 12:04pm PDT   Inside the business working with brands, building an app, and creating merchandise    There are a number of lucrative ways influencers have expanded their businesses, like working with brands on long-term partnerships and selling merchandise.  "I definitely did not understand – especially a few years ago – how influencers and social-media personalities were monetizing," Mariduena said. "If you're not in it, it's really hard to understand." Last December, Dobrik's business branched out into the app world by launching "David's Disposable," a photo app designed to mimic the experience of using a disposable camera. The app gained 2 million users in two months, and Mariduena is a part of the growing the team working to launch a new "more fleshed out" version called "Disposable 2.0" by the end of the year.   In March, Dobrik told The Wall Street Journal that custom merchandise from Fanjoy made up the majority of his income. The company helps him design, develop, and distribute a new collection of sweatshirts, T-shirts, and other branded items about once a month. Mariduena is in communication with Fanjoy on an almost daily basis helping with design concepts for future collections, Fanjoy CEO Chris Vaccarino told Business Insider. "For me specifically, I love fashion and I love clothing," Mariduena said. "That's what translates into my relationship with Fanjoy, and why I'm so hands-on there is because I genuinely love it and think it's so fun to see someone out that's wearing a design that I came up with."  Outside of merchandise, Dobrik's business also runs on brand deals, and Mariduena said she's helped a lot with those projects as well. Dobrik is known for putting his own spin on the deals he does, like using the brand's money to surprise friends with gifts like a new Tesla, or by paying off their college tuition. Mariduena said brands should understand and be receptive to influencer campaign tweaks or changes, because that is what's going to make a campaign "instantly more successful." She said some brands trusted them with that off the bat, and slowly more are starting to understand.  Overall, being successful online is "a lot of hard work and a little bit of luck," Mariduena said.  "The No. 1 thing that I've learned working with David, and having the role that I do, is everything that he does is very quick, whether that's the YouTube videos or when he has an idea he wants it executed very quickly," she said. "A lot of the people that we partner with understand that about David, and how we get all these fun things done so quickly is that mutual understanding, and they trust that we are going to make something cool." Read more about Dobrik and the influencer industry on Business Insider: How YouTube star David Dobrik and SeatGeek created one of the most effective influencer marketing partnerships Inside the rise of Fanjoy, from selling music T-shirts to dominating influencer merchandise with YouTube star clients like David Dobrik and Jake Paul A YouTube video editor who works with David Dobrik's Vlog Squad told us what it's like to film top creators, from private jets to quick turnarounds Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: The rise and fall of Donald Trump's $365 million airline
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Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.Street artist Banksy has covered the inside of a London Underground carriage with images of a sneezing rats in a message about the spread of coronavirus and face masks.The enigmatic figure uploaded a 59-second video captioned “If you don’t mask – you don’t get” to his Instagram and YouTube pages on Tuesday afternoon.It begins with a laptop playing footage showing the London Underground being deep cleaned in May.Banksy, wearing a white boiler suit, mask, goggles, blue gloves and an orange hi-vis jacket with the message “stay safe” printed on it, is then seen posing as a Transport for London worker.  View this post on Instagram. . If you don’t mask - you don’t get.A post shared by Banksy (@banksy) on Jul 14, 2020 at 6:30am PDT He makes his way to a Circle Line train, carrying a yellow pump action spray bottle and stencils in cardboard on board.As an announcement states that “the next station is Baker Street”, the artist sprays blue droplets from the face of one of his famous rats, which has been stencilled on the carriage.Banksy indicates for another masked passenger to move back, before stencilling a rat using a blue face mask as a parachute.Another rat has a blue mask over its face, while one holds a bottle of hand sanitiser.The video finishes with a message sprayed on the wall of a Tube station reading: “I get lockdown” with the doors of the Tube carriage closing to reveal the message “But I get up again”.Chumbawamba’s song Tubthumping – also known as I Get Knocked Down – plays as the doors touch together.There are two rats, one on each of the carriage’s doors, looking at each other.Related... Banksy Has His Say On How To Replace Edward Colston Statue In Bristol Banksy Donates Coronavirus Artwork To Hospital In Honour Of 'Superhero' NHS Workers Banksy Jokes His Wife Is Sick Of Him Working At Home
Google's corporate structure has once again shifted, streamlining certain groups and assigning new titles and responsibilities to CEO Sundar Pichai's team of executives. Pichai's inner circle of direct reports are helping the Google chief steer the company through a challenging period marked by increasing regulatory scrutiny, employee unrest and a pandemic that threatens to cause the first revenue decline in Google history. Business Insider has identified the key direct reports along with their new titles and responsibilities. Do you work at Google? You can contact this reporter securely using encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 628-228-1836) or encrypted email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Google's senior leadership has gone through many incarnations over its 22-year history. But since CEO Sundar Pichai took the reins of the Alphabet parent company late last year — when Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin stepped aside — the senior leadership ranks have gone through some significant changes. With Pichai now running the entire operation, the 48-year old, India-born tech exec must build a team to help steer the company through a thicket of new challenges. In June, Pichai reshuffled several of Google's top executives in key businesses including search, advertising tech and maps.  The new "cabinet" has its work cut out for it. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing disruptions throughout the global economy and Google's advertising customers, the company must contend with rising competition, regulatory scrutiny, and employee unrest. And after more than two decades of astounding growth, Google's revenue is at risk of suffering the first ever decline in company history. Business Insider has identified the 15 senior executives at Google who report directly to Pichai. The list reflects the updated job titles and responsibilities that resulted from the latest management reorg.  Here is the who's who in Google CEO Sundar Pichai's inner circle:NOW READ: Lunch boxes, temperature checks, and no more sleep pods: Insiders reveal how Google is planning its return to the office Thomas Kurian — Google Cloud CEO Google has set 2023 as the deadline to overtake at least one of its major cloud rivals, and the pressure is on Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian to deliver. The former Oracle executive was named as Google's new Cloud chief in November 2018. "You will see us competing much more aggressively," he said just several weeks into his tenure. And so far, Kurian appears to be delivering on that promise as he pushes Google's enterprise business to catch Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Kurian succeeded Diane Greene, who was more focused on engineering, and who insiders say had a close professional relationship with engineering SVP Urs Hölzle. "Kurian is a move back to a sales-oriented culture at the top," said one person who worked with both Greene and Kurian. "That will probably help break through in markets that have been historically skeptical of Google within the enterprise." Kurian is wielding a great deal of power inside Google right now, and his stronger focus on enterprise sales is already helping Google pick up the pace. Under Kurian, Cloud is targeting more products and services specific to certain industries, and the Cloud chief said deals over $50 million more than doubled in 2019. Fun fact: Thomas has a twin brother named George, who is the CEO of NetApp. Ruth Porat — SVP and CFO of Google and Alphabet In 2015, just months before the company morphed into Alphabet, Ruth Porat left financial firm Morgan Stanley to join Google as its new Chief Financial Officer. The timing of Porat's arrival was not a coincidence, and since the reorganization she has continued to serve as CFO for both Google and Alphabet, making her one of the most important figures inside the internet empire. Insiders say Porat has become a more prominent figure within the company over time, particularly since Sundar Pichai became CEO of Alphabet and as the company has moved through the COVID-19 pandemic.  Porat's purview extends to Alphabet's so-called Other Bets — the hodgepodge of subsidiary businesses focused on autonomous driving, biotech and drones, among other things— where she controls the purse strings, headcount and future of the various efforts.   Kent Walker — SVP Global Affairs and Chief Legal Officer As senior VP for Global Affairs and Google's Chief Legal Officer, long-time employee Kent Walker is Google's top lawyer.  Walker advises Google's leadership team on legal and policy issues that involve everything from company acquisitions to antitrust investigations. Bloomberg once called Walker "the most powerful person in tech you've never heard of." That's not wildly off the mark. Before joining Google in 2006, the Stanford Law School graduate held top legal roles at eBay and at internet browser pioneer Netscape, as well as doing a five-year stint in the US Department of Justice. Walker is a key player inside Pichai's squad, and with a bigger antitrust storm brewing for the company in 2020 his job looks set to get a lot more complex. One bit of good news for Walker: With Brin, Page and former executive chairman Eric Schmidt no longer involved in the company's day-to-day affairs, the risk of a top exec saying something regrettable during company all-hands meetings has gone down considerably. That alone, suggest some insiders, should allow Walker to breath a lot easier. Rick Osterloh — SVP, Devices and Services For the past few years, Rick Osterloh has been attempting to wrangle Google's various hardware efforts – phones, laptops, wearables – into one cohesive vision. No easy task. The former president of Motorola Mobility, who Google hired back in 2016 to lead its hardware division, has perhaps most notably helped grow Google's own brand of Pixel smartphones into a household name. In 2018, Osterloh also took charge of Nest, once an independent company bought by Google and placed in a silo under Alphabet – before being absorbed back into the Google mothership. Now the pressure is on for Osterloh to prove that Google deserves to be taken seriously as a hardware giant. Google is said to be working on its own processors for future Pixel phones and Chromebooks, which would feasibly allow Osterloh and his team to do better and more interesting things with the surrounding hardware. Osterloh's own direct reports include Nest VP Rishi Chandra, and Clay Bavor, who oversees Google's virtual and augmented reality products.   Prabhakar Raghavan — Head of Search and Geo Insiders have described Prabhakar Raghavan as a major rising star within the company, and his latest promotion just proved it. In a recent executive reshuffle, Raghavan was named Google's new head of Search and Assistant. Prabhakar previous lead Google's ads and commerce team, and before that was in charge of G Suite in Google Cloud. But search is Raghavan's bread and butter. Before Google, he founded Yahoo Labs and led the company's search strategy, not to mention that he's published various books and papers on the subject, including a book co-authored with Rajeev Motwani called Randomized Algorithms. Not only will Raghavan be grappling with Google Search, the reorg puts Raghavan right at the top of the Google money tree, overseeing ads, Geo, commerce and payments — and the voice-based Assistant product too. With the new promotion, Raghavan has a sparkly new team of direct reports, which include Jerry Dischler, who now leads Google Ads; and new Geo leads Dane Glasgow and Elizabeth Reid. Insiders say Raghavan has already begun meeting with his new leads to learn about their progress, as he transitions into the new role. Hiroshi Lockheimer — SVP, Platforms and Ecosystems A founding member of the Android team, Lockheimer currently oversees Google's range of mobile products including Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, and Play. He joined the company in 2006, after Google acquired Android, where he served as executive director and later VP of engineering. In 2015, Google's fresh CEO Sundar Pichai, who once lead Chrome and Chrome OS development himself, appointed Lockheimer as SVP of Google's mobile software efforts. Insiders have described Lockheimer as having a "quiet strength" about him, calling him a well-respected leader in the company. Pichai's prior history working on Chrome means this is an area the Google chief is particularly close to. Lockheimer is also leading the charge on a new OS called Fuschia, an open-source sort-of-blend of Android and Chrome OS, which remains shrouded in much mystery. Susan Wojcicki — YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki not only serves as YouTube's CEO, she's also a card-carrying member of the old-school Google club. In fact, it was Wojcicki's garage where Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin built their first office in 1998. It was also Wojcicki who proposed Google buy YouTube in 2006, and now almost 15 years later the founders are surely glad they listened. Wojcicki, who studied history and literature at Harvard University, has transformed YouTube into one of Google's biggest success stories. And now that the company has started revealing YouTube's revenue, we can see just how successful it is. The business brought in $4.04 billion in revenue for the last quarter alone, marking a 33% year-over-year growth. Check out our list of the 33 insiders who hold the most power at YouTube featuring, naturally, the CEO herself. Lorraine Twohill — SVP of Global Marketing Lorraine Twohill joined Google in 2003 as the company's first marketing hire outside of the US, and quickly rose through the ranks to lead the company's marketing division. Twohill, who also created Google's in-house advertising agency Creative Lab, has her own wide range of reports across Google products, from Search to Chrome. "She's humanized Google with Super Bowl Sunday ads," wrote Business Insider in its list of the most innovative CMOs of 2020. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Twohill has worked with the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to promote official health information across Google's products. Ben Gomes — SVP, Education Another early member of the company, Ben Gomes joined Google in 1999 where he was tasked with, among other things, scaling Google's 'PageRank' beyond 25 million pages. Gomes has been described as Google's search czar. "I think of Ben as our diplomat," Marissa Mayer once said during her Google tenure. However, it wasn't until 2018 that Gomes was appointed head of Google's Search business. Now, Gomes has transitioned to a new role overseeing Google's education and learning products. In this new position at Google, Gomes will tie together the company's various education-oriented efforts, which includes everything from school Chromebook programs to the Google Scholar service. "Ben has always had a deep interest in education innovation, and we're excited to see him build on our work here," said CEO Sundar Pichai when announcing Gomes' new role in June. Gomes will continue to report directly to Pichai in his new role. He will remain a technical advisor on Search, assisting Prabhakar Raghavan as he leads the division, and will work closely with on corporate philanthropy.   Jen Fitzpatrick — SVP of Core and Corp Eng Jen Fitzpatrick, who joined Google via its internship program in 1999, was one of the first 30 employees at the company. She was also one of Google's first women engineers. Fitzpatrick has led teams on Search, Google News, shopping, and AdWords. In 2014, she was appointed VP for Geo, overseeing the entire Google Maps business. Fitzpatrick has just transitioned into a new role, moving out of Geo to lead the company's core engineering teams, overseeing more than 8,000 employees. "Jen's deep product knowledge and experience focusing on important areas such as privacy will set her up well to lead these teams," Pichai wrote in a memo announcing the move. She continues to service inside Pichai's inner team, just in a different capacity. Google engineering VP and company veteran Luiz André Barroso will remain working in Core, and now report to Fitzpatrick. Jeffrey Dean — Head of Google AI Jeffrey Dean is a Google Senior Fellow and head of the Google AI division. Another 1999 member of the company, Dean gained a reputation for his exceptional coding talent and joined Google's X lab in 2011 to work on deep neural networks. That eventually led to the creation of Google Brain, the company's research group which Dean continues to lead. Dean was appointed the head of Google's entire AI division in 2018 during a leadership reshuffle, which spun AI into its own business. During college, Dean worked on the World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, and continues to have a deep interest in Google's work in the health sector. Philipp Schindler — SVP and Chief Business Officer Google's Chief Business Officer has been extremely busy over the past few months, as the company continues to fend off the effects of COVID-19. Schindler, who joined Google in 2005, took the job of Chief Business Officer when Google restructured itself under Alphabet in 2015. Not just the face of Google's advertising business, Schindler also weighs in on everything from Google News to the company's moonshots. Insiders have talked up Schindler's friendly persona, and say his "P Staff" meetings have become famous inside the company. The German-born Schindler is a veteran of the early online days, having worked at AOL and Compuserve during the 1990s. While Google is seeing the coronavirus pandemic ravage its advertising business, some analysts have been encouraged by the work Schindler has done to push much larger ad deals that could bolster these effects. Under the new world order, expect Schindler to work more closely with Raghavan as he steers Google's search and advertising business.   Corey duBrowa — VP, Global Communications and Public Affairs When it comes to Google's communications, the buck stops with Corey duBrowa. After stints shaping the PR strategy for Starbucks and Salesforce, duBrowa joined Google in 2018 to help build the company's brand. Corey duBrowa has a direct line to Pichai and wrangles a team of more than 200 staffers. Early on in his Google tenure, duBrowa introduced 'objectives and key results' (OKRs) for the company communications team – something Pichai uses with his own direct reports. "For years, Google was data-rich and analysis poor," DuBrowa told listeners during an interview at a Holmes Report event last year. "We're in the process of building the kind of analytics engine and team to help us be more precise."  And if you happen to come across Corey duBrowa's byline in Rolling Stone and GQ, that's because he was also a music journalist in a past life. Ben Smith — Google Fellow Like Jen Fitzpatrick, Ben Smith joined Google in 1999 from the company's internship program. He was so enamored with the company at the time that he left his graduate program to join Google's Search efforts — and has remained with Google ever since. Smith is a member of the old guard, and a technical advisor to the office of the CEO. While he's less in the public eye than other members of Pichai's squad, you'll occasionally see his name appear alongside various Google blog posts. Tom Oliveri — VP, CEO Team Tom Oliveri joined Google in 2005 where he worked on Google's first payment service, before transitioning to lead marketing for various Google products, eventually overseeing marketing for Chrome and Android in a VP role. Oliveri is currently a VP of the CEO team, reporting directly to Pichai. Oliveri's reports include, Jeff Markowitz, who joined Google as a leadership advisor in 2019.
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