O2 is launching a pilot trial of a fully connected COVID-19 testing clinic-on-wheels, supported by O2’s 5G mobile network, which is designed to provide remote testing and tracking of care home residents and workers in Glasgow
Vodafone has teamed up with Skyports and Deloitte to transport medical supplies for NHS Scotland using drones.
Vodafone has extended its free unlimited mobile data offer to NHS staff and care workers that are using its flexible Pay As You Go services.
Vodafone UK has boosted the capacity of its internal network at the temporary NHSScotland Louisa Jordan Hospital in Glasgow’s Scottish Events Campus (SEC), which opened in April to treat coronavirus (COVID-19) patients.
The NHS has released a beta of the COVID-19 source code, its coronavirus contact-tracing app. The NHS Covid-19 app is designed to use people's smartphones to keep track of when they come close to each other and for how long, by sending wireless Bluetooth signals.
Vodafone UK is giving six months of free unlimited data to NHS workers, care workers and vulnerable customers.
IMImobile’s cloud contact centre software is enabling public sector and healthcare organisations shift online in reaction to COVID-19.
Three UK has launched zero-rating on NHS video consultations provided by Attend Anywhere, so that customers can attend virtual outpatient appointments without eating into their data allowance.
The UK Government has announced the infrastructure for a contract tracing app has been put in place, and has been undergoing testing with a view to rolling it out on a large scale "within weeks".
Healthcare IT security company Imprivita, is providing free-of-charge licences to the UK NHS and other healthcare organisations in Europe and around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic
Healthcare Communications, the healthcare division of IMImobile, has launched its eClinic software to NHS trusts for free for a year.
O2 has become a partner of The Big Night In Appeal, a joint initiative and event which will see the BBC’s biggest charitable partners, BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief, come together for the first time.