UK government to dump the NHS Track and Trace QR codes

NHS Track and Trace - NHS COVID-19 app

The government is reportedly thinking of scrapping the quick response code venue sign-ins. According to many media reports, the UK government is thinking about eliminating the use of the NHS Track and Trace app QR codes from restaurants, bars and other venues. If the reports are corrected, this layer of COVID-19 restrictions in England will end July 19th. The report about the removal of the NHS Track and Trace QR code cessation arrives following British Beer and Pub Association chef executive Emma McClarkin’s statement that pubs were “closing or greatly…

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Wearable tech to help monitor exercise levels of people at high risk of diabetes

wearable tech - fitness tracker - health

Thousands in England to benefit from new digital health program. A digital program involving wearable tech has been introduced in England to help prevent thousands from contracting type 2 diabetes. Using the technology, the digital health program will assist in monitoring the exercise levels of those who participate. Type 2 diabetes is on the rise in England. According to the National Health Service (NHS), thousands of people in the country are at risk of contracting the disease, which has been rapidly spreading in recent years due to the obesity epidemic.…

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Mhealth technology helps to provide care to remote U.K. patients

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The National Health Service can reach a larger number of people more effectively through mobile. Healthcare workers from the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom have discovered that offering mhealth tools for in-home care can help to provide better care to patients in remote areas. This mobile news has been released as the NHS is getting used to a new management structure. A number of Trusts from the NHS are now directing their attention to mhealth and other technology resources that will assist them in meeting their newest…

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