A new smartphone app to boost the UK’s track and trace system to help control coronavirus transmissions is being rolled out across England and Wales this week, with multiple language options, including Indian languages such as Gujarati, Punjabi and Bengali.
The UK’s state-funded National Health Service (NHS) has started offering free soup and shake weight-loss diets to thousands with Type 2 diabetes across England from this month as part of a new health drive, after the very-low-calorie plans have been shown to improve patients’ life chances.
Dr Ravi Solanki, a Global Indian physician working on neurodegenerative diseases, has bagged an award from the Royal Academy of Engineering for his efforts to create a brand new platform within days to help address the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.
A fee-free visa extension for young doctors from India who would make up the future workforce of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) sends the right signal for a closer UK-India healthcare partnership.
The UK began trials of a new smartphone app this week designed to track Covid-19 infections within the community, with versions also available in languages such as Punjabi, Gujarati, Bangla and Urdu to ensure a wider outreach.
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