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As thousands of patients struck by Covid-19 rushed to seek treatment in overcrowded New York City hospitals, intensive care specialists more than 350 miles away at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center stepped up to provide remote assistance to beleaguered colleagues in New York.
A middle-aged woman arrived at a tent set up by St. John’s Well Child and Family Center for coronavirus testing on April 13, her mother in tow. When both tested positive, clinic staff began to ask more questions.
In the US, homebound employees are logging three hours more per day on the job than before city and state-wide lockdowns, according to data from NordVPN, which tracks when users connect and disconnect from its service.
When Tay Brown was a student at Classical Magnet School in Hartford, she needed a laptop computer to help with her studies. Problem was, she couldn’t afford one.
Has the pandemic hit pause on real-world dating — or just brought it online for a while?
In an air-conditioned government building in Mumbai, a dozen officials are glued to a giant screen showing live drone and CCTV footage of crowded slums, the frontline in the city's battle to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
When France shut its schools in March, 12-year-old Noussaiba Meziane recognised right away that this wasn’t going to be a holiday, and that continuing with her education wasn’t going to be easy.
Israeli police are deploying drones as part of efforts to stem the coronavirus outbreak, allowing officers to keep a safe distance from infected people.
It’s only 5pm on a Saturday in Los Angeles, but the Zone — a 16-room virtual club on the videoconferencing app Zoom — is already in full swing.
Until recently, telemedicine seemed like one of those technological promises that was always in the future.