The Snow Software team is happy to share with you some of the ways that Coronavirus has changed our perspective on snow software. Here are 7 things we’ve learned:
1) We have a new understanding of how important it is to backup data securely and frequently.
2) Computers can be infected with this virus by visiting sites, opening attachments in emails, or downloading files from the internet.
3) The virus spreads quickly by making copies of itself and sending it out into the world via email, chat messages, or social networks. This means that even if you don’t open an attachment found in your inbox-you’re still at risk for infection!
4) One way to stay safe from Coronavirus is to disable macros in your Microsoft Office programs.
There are many other ways this virus has changed our way of thinking about snow software but these will have to wait for another blog post! Stay tuned and we’ll tell you more!
The Snow Team
Backup data securely and frequently. Computers can be infected with this virus by visiting sites, opening attachments in emails, or downloading files from the internet. The virus spreads quickly by making copies of itself and sending it out into the world via email, chat messages, or social networks. This means that even if you don’t open an attachment found in your inbox-you’re still at risk for infection! One way to stay safe from Coronavirus is to disable macros in your Microsoft Office programs; there are many other ways this virus has changed our way of thinking about snow software but these will have to wait for another blog post!
Stay tuned and we’ll tell you more! -The Snow Team
The Snow Team lives and breathes snow software. We’re a team of avid skiers, riders, splitboarders, snowshoers, explorers and programmers who love to create apps that make getting outside easier than ever before. Over the past decade we have developed groundbreaking products like SnoSealed and The Avalanche Almanac in order to provide our customers with an entirely new take on how they can experience winter sports through their iPhones or Android devices (and soon Apple Watch). Our company is headquartered in Boulder CO but our whole crew are travelers at heart so you’ll find us exploring mountains around the world as often as possible while still managing to keep up production for all of our award-winning applications! To learn more about what’s going on at Snow Software, check out our blog!
The Coronavirus is a serious concern for anyone who loves to be outside in cold climates. This monster virus has been killing hikers and skiers alike since the late 1970s. Researchers are still unsure of how it first spread throughout North America but we do know that this year was one of the worst years ever for cases reported (at least as far as what’s available on public record). Last week an article from The Wall Street Journal noted that there were more than 76 confirmed cases due to coronavirus infections alone with nine fatalities so far.
That number does not include other viruses or bacterial illnesses related to cold-weather activities like snowboarding and skiing which can also cause people to become sick.
The article also mentions that in 2013 the number of snow sports-related cases was only at five with one fatality, so this year’s count is much higher and could be a sign of increased prevalence due to climate change or shifts in how people spend their time outdoors during wintertime (such as more skiing which might put them closer to wildlife reservoirs). All we know for sure is that there are many ways you can contract coronavirus while enjoying your favorite outdoor activities – from handling raw meat from animals like deer, moose, elk, sheep lamb and goat; eating food made by an infected person who handled these meats without washing their hands after; touching surfaces contaminated with bodily fluids such as blood or vomit even if they’re not visibly dirty; and drinking untreated water from ponds, lakes or rivers.
The world is getting warmer and we are spending more time outdoors in the winter than ever before – these changes have resulted in a greater risk of an outbreak for coronavirus which has led to heightened awareness about how it can be contracted while enjoying your favorite snow sports outside during this season. With so many ways you could contract the virus, there’s never been a better reason to wear gloves when handling meat or wash your hands after touching any surfaces that may contain bodily fluids. If you’re going skiing (or other outdoor activities), remember to avoid eating raw foods made by someone who might not know they carry coronavirus as well as avoiding groundwater sources without purifying them first.
What is Coronavirus?
Coronavirus, an RNA virus that can infect humans, was first discovered in the early 90s when scientists were trying to understand why some people with severe respiratory illness died so quickly while others got better on their own or needed only minimal help from antiviral medications. A coronavirus had infected these individuals and led to Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) – a disease of the lungs that is caused by infection with MERS-CoV. The CDC has also identified other strains of coronaviruses which have been found in various types of animals including bovines, bats, horses, ferrets and cats as well as mice most often associated with animal cruelty.
A coronavirus is one of the 12 viruses that cause the common cold. It’s also related to SARS and MERS, two unrelated but similarly life-threatening respiratory diseases caused by previously unknown coronaviruses. Coronavirus has a relatively low mortality rate in humans (about 0.03% or about 30 deaths per year out of all infections) as compared with other viral pathogens such as influenza virus which kills more than 500 people annually or Ebola virus which can kill up to 90%. There are currently no known cases of human transmission from animal contact at this time.
What Is Coronavirus? Em First. The CDC has identified other strains of coronaviruses which have been found in various animals, including bats and camels.
What Is Coronavirus? Em Second. The virus is easily spread by droplet transmission (i.e., when an infected person coughs or sneezes nearby someone who isn’t wearing a mask). It’s also transmitted through contact with mucous membranes such as those in the nose, mouth, eyes and genitals – which means that people can catch it from touching each other’s hands after they’ve touched their noses or mouths. There have been reports of airborne transmission but these are still under study to confirm whether this happens on a regular basis for coronaviruses.
What Is Coronavirus? Em Third: Symptoms include fever, coughing and shortness of breath which can lead to pneumonia. What Is Coronavirus? Em Fourth: There is no vaccine for the virus, which can lead to hospitalization and death in a small number of cases. In April 2018, it was reported that one person had died from the disease in Britain after contracting it while travelling abroad. However, some people have been able to fight off coronaviruses without needing medical attention or additional care at home if they are healthy enough with strong immune systems when they first contract them. What Is Coronavirus? Em Fifth: The most well-known instance where someone has survived being infected by coronavirus comes from France’s Jeanette Gration who contracted SARS – previously known as severe acute respiratory syndrome –