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Fantastic! CIA-funded Palantir is helping the NHS plan its coronavirus response

Credit: The Next Web- Published on March 27, 2020
Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) has built a new data platform that tracks medical staff and resources to coordinate the UK’s coronavirus response. The system aims to merge the NHS’s vast but hugely fragmented datasets to predict where ventilators, beds, and staff are needed. This tricky task has been entrusted to...
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Video credit: HuffPost UK STUDIO
Published on March 27, 2020 -  01:40
Meet Dr Esho - One Of The Thousands Of Doctors Returning To The NHS To Help Take On Coronavirus
When the government asked doctors who had retired from the NHS or who had moved into private practice to return to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic, Dr Tijion Esho knew what he had to do. Only a week earlier, Esho had watched his own son go on to ventilators in ICU, in what ended up being influenza. He knew the NHS would need all the help it could get, so he closed the doors of his successful private practice to rejoin the NHS.

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