how the Isle of Wight is braced for the new NHS coronavirus app

how the Isle of Wight is braced for the new NHS coronavirus app

“I think now it’s been explained properly people will embrace it,” says Mrs Herbert, whose school normally teaches 184 pupils but is currently remaining open for between five and eight each day. “We all want to get back to normal. It’s in our interests to do it.” It...
The pros and cons of contact-tracing apps

The pros and cons of contact-tracing apps

Running old software during WannaCry The NHS’ reliance on aging software became a major issue in 2017 when large parts of the NHS’ IT network went offline due to a cyberattack. The hack, which locked files and demanded ransom payments, affected a third of hospital...
France’s ‘patient zero’ caught coronavirus in December

France’s ‘patient zero’ caught coronavirus in December

Speaking to BFM TV, he said he initially had a dry cough and fever and assumed he had the flu. However, when he started suffering chest pains and breathing difficulties, he drove to the hospital. “They said: ‘Perhaps you have an infection, a pulmonary...