Natalie Gerhardstein and Duncan Roberts in an archive shot at the 100,7 studios in November 2019
Photo: Jan Hanrion/Maison Moderne (archives)
Delano’s Natalie Gerhardstein and Duncan Roberts were the guests on the seven-day roundup section of “The Jim Kent Show on 100,7 with Delano” on Thursday. Here’s what they discussed.
The Delano team explained some of the new restrictions regarding social distancing that were passed into law this week and then looked at how the race to get vaccines made available to as many people as possible was shaping up. Natalie explained that the University of Oxford vaccine has found to produce not just covid-19 antibodies but also T cells. The BBC also published a related article this week, stating: “This could be the T cell’s big moment.”
News that tap water could well be made available in all restaurants in the grand duchy as of 2021 has excited many residents from the international community, but there is still some controversy over whether it should me made free or not. Jim also asked about what was happening at the Upper Sûre lake, which was so overcrowded last weekend that a reservation system is being introduced for Saturdays and Sundays.
The discussion then turned to a recent survey by consultancy firm KPMG about the customer experience in Luxembourg. The top ten favourite brands for customers may take some listeners by surprise.