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Coronavirus: Are dentists open during the lockdown? News

Thousands of people in England are potentially unable to access urgent dental services in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The British Dental Association (BDA) told the BBC that dentists in England are being bombarded by calls from patients in real pain, but there is often nowhere to send them. WHAT'S THE PROBLEM IN ENGLAND? At the moment, all routine dental care has stopped. On 20 March, a letter was sent by England's chief dental officer ... Full story

Visa backs open banking and compliance platform Railsbank – TechCrunch

Railsbank , the open banking and compliance platform, has picked up further investment, following the company’s $10 million Series A in September 2019. This time backing comes from Visa — a strategic investment, if you will — along with Global Brain, a venture capital firm based in Tokyo, Japan. The exact amount isn’t being disclosed, though sources peg it as “several million” U.S. dollars. In addition to investment, Railsbank is announcing ... Full story

Wills 'being signed on car bonnets' amid lockdown

Image caption Normally, two independent witnesses are required to validate a will. Documents have been held in place by windscreen wipers and signed on a car bonnet in a novel way for wills to be witnessed during social distancing. Signatures are also being watched through windows and patio doors as current restrictions make 200-year-old will writing laws difficult to uphold. Ministers say there are no plans to relax the strict rules. ... Full story

Killing Eve: Third season divides critics

Image caption Jodie Comer won a Bafta TV award last year for her portrayal of Villanelle. The critics are in two minds about the latest series of Killing Eve ahead of its return this weekend. For every review calling it "heart-stoppingly brilliant", there is another dismissing it as "tired to the point of lifelessness". Metro's Tilly Pearce says the darkly comic thriller is "as hilarious, gripping and extra as ever". But Anita Singh of The ... Full story

Lockdown in Wales to be extended next week - BBC News

The lockdown in Wales will be extended and not be lifted next week, the first minister has confirmed. His initial comments, on Twitter , came after Wales' local government minister said the measures would be extended. Later, he told assembly members the gains already made in the fight against coronavirus would not be thrown away by lifting the restrictions. "The precise nature of what will follow the current regime will be agreed over the ... Full story

India’s Oyo furloughs thousands of employees as revenue drops by over 50% – TechCrunch

Oyo has placed thousands of employees on furloughs for up to three months in the U.S. and several other markets as the Indian budget lodging firm confronts the coronavirus outbreak that has cut its revenue and demand by over 50%. The startup’s teams in the U.S. are most impacted by the furloughs, according to a person familiar with the matter. In a statement, Oyo confirmed the furloughs and added that India, its home market, was not impacted. ... Full story

Inside Tiger King Joe Exotic’s Obsession with Carole Baskin

Inside Tiger King Joe Exotic’s Obsession with Carole Baskin | -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. -. - CloseDown TrianglePreviousClosePreviousNextNextNextPreviousPreviousPreviousPreviousDown TrianglePrevious. -. -. -. -. -. - ellipsisMailiphoneImage zoomImage zoomImage zoomCloseNextCloseCloseClose. Printed from. VIEW IMAGE. Inside Tiger King Joe Exotic’s Obsession with Carole Baskin: ‘It’s the Worst Kind ... Full story

Covid-19 detecting apps face teething problems

Image caption The apps aim to analyse the sound of coughs and other noises to determine if a user is likely to be infected. Two leading universities are trying to develop apps that listen to users' coughs and voices to predict whether they are infected with the coronavirus. But the two projects are taking different approaches to privacy. The Cambridge University effort seeks to keep volunteers anonymous, but says this is currently limiting its ... Full story

New US Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany ran a racist, right-wing conspiracy blog

I’m about three hours into a deep wallow in new US Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s blog and – spoiler alert – it’s a hot mess full of racism, Islamophobia, and right-wing conspiracy theories. The website – whose name changed from RealReaganConservative.Com to – appears to have gone into “maintenance mode” back in 2016, which of course coincides with Trump’s election. It appears McEnany had a lot to say about African ... Full story

Headspace appoints former Intuit exec CeCe Morken as president and COO – TechCrunch

As it looks to continue along its path of developing clinically validated digital therapeutics for consumer and clinical mental health and wellness, Headspace has bulked up its executive team with the addition of longtime Intuit executive, CeCe Morken. Morken will become the company’s first president and chief operating officer, joining the Los Angeles based, billion-dollar-valued, mental wellness after spending thirteen years at Intuit . She ... Full story