Issue 124

Issue 124

26 March 2020


UK Government 





Blog: Are You Looking Forward to Working From Home? 

Blog: Far, Far Away: The Impacts of Remote Working 

Blog: The Sounds of Science: Breakthrough Technologies, Risks and Horizon-Scanning

Short Guide: Risks in the Spotlight Vol.3  



How are Food Supply Networks Coping with Coronavirus? 



Inside a South Korean Covid-19 Intensive Care Unit 6



Gov: Coronavirus Bill Information  

Gov: Guidance on Vulnerable Children and Young People  

Gov: Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp 

Gov: Guidance for Households With Possible Coronavirus Infection 

Gov: Guidance on Social Distancing and For Vulnerable People 

Gov: Guidance for Employees, Employers and Businesses 

Gov: Guidance for Local Government 



Coronavirus: How Easy is it for the UK to Make More Ventilators? 

NCSC Cyber Experts Step in as Criminals Seek to Exploit Coronavirus Fears 

New Zealand Mosque Gunman Pleads Guilty to All Charges 

Which Companies are Urgently Recruiting to Cope With Coronavirus Demands? 

COVID-19 Business Continuity Plan: Five Ways to Reshape 

Climate Change: Will Planting Millions of Trees Really Save the Planet? 

NHS and Social Care Staff to Receive Free Car Parking 

6 ways Social Innovators are Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic 

New Bill to Improve Fire Safety in Buildings in England and Wales 

UN Launches Major Humanitarian Appeal to Keep COVID-19 From ‘Circling Back Around the Globe’ 

G20 World Leaders to Meet Virtually to Co-ordinate Virus Response 

Britain Orders 10,000 Ventilators From Dyson 


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