There is a poverty of body language in telehealth appointments – but there is tenderness too | Ranjana Srivastava | Opinion

The very first time a patient asked me what I thought about “this new virus”, I advised her that all things considered, it should pass. We sat in a small room with all six of her children to share the good news that after a full year of “wait and Continue Reading

Dying swan or lame duck? Why ‘Fatima’, the ballerina’s next job was tripping up the government | Stage

Name: Fatima. Age: Early 20s. Occupation: Ballet dancer, for now. That sounds ominous. That’s because Fatima might not be a ballet dancer for much longer. God, why not? Will she be OK? She’ll be fine, because Fatima’s next job could be in cyber. What? What do you mean could be? Continue Reading

Scammers exploit Covid to steal from stressed bank customers | Money

It began with a text purportedly from O2. The message informed Stephen Frew that his latest payment could not be processed and asked him to update his card details via a link. Frew duly obliged. Within a week the £21,330 he was about to use as a deposit on a Continue Reading

People don’t trust the facts about Trump’s coronavirus. Is it any wonder? | Simon Jenkins | Opinion- Tempemail

The president is not really sick. He is very sick. He is pretending. He is not pretending. That was his body double in the car. He may die. The illness is a fake to win Christian sympathy. To QAnon’s followers, Covid is a deep-state Democrat trick to enslave the US Continue Reading

Almost 20,000 Amazon workers in US test positive for Covid-19 | Technology

Amazon has revealed that almost 20,000 of its workers in the US have contracted Covid-19 after months of demands for public disclosure from activists. The US tech company has been one of the biggest corporate winners during the pandemic, with people across the world switching to online shopping during lockdowns. Continue Reading

The rise of the Covid robots – in pictures

In an age of social distancing, machines are being used for everything from cleaning to taking temperatures Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Continue reading… 10 minutes Tempemail – Also known by names like : 10minemail, 10minutemail, 10mins email, Tempemail 10 minutes, 10 minute e-Tempemail, 10min Tempemail, Continue Reading

Google to lease extra 70,000 sq ft in UK offices despite remote working | Technology

Google is to lease an additional 70,000 sq ft in office buildings close to its £1bn new UK headquarters in London, despite telling all of its 4,500 UK staff that they will be working from home until at least July 2021. The US tech giant, which is in the process Continue Reading

NHS Covid app in England now able to log all test results after flaw fixed | World news

People tested for Covid-19 in NHS hospitals and Public Health England labs were unable to share their results with the NHS’s contact-tracing app in England, it has emerged. The Department of Health and Social Care said on Saturday evening that the issue, which was was revealed on Friday by the Continue Reading

Shirking from home? Staff feel the heat as bosses ramp up remote surveillance | World news

For many, one of the silver linings of lockdown was the shift to remote working: a chance to avoid the crushing commute, supermarket meal deals and an overbearing boss breathing down your neck. But as the Covid crisis continues, and more and more employers postpone or cancel plans for a Continue Reading

Users report issues as Covid-19 app launches in England and Wales | World news

The launch of the NHS Covid-19 app in England and Wales has exposed problems with the programme, some of which were known about in advance, and some of which will come as a surprise to both the government and users. Although there were hundreds of thousands of downloads of the Continue Reading