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To persuade his fellow citizens to enter, very reluctantly, their second national pandemic Lockdown, one of the main arguments being made UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is the protection of the NHS. But if ensuring the nation’s health service has capacity to cope with rising COVID hospitalisation, why are we still using humans to wipe down dirty corridors and not have these staff available for more frontline care?
With five million CCTV cameras so prevalent on so many urban centres, Britain is supposed to be one of the most surveilled countries in the world (actually, it isn’t: China and the US are way ahead). But what if those CCTVs started getting smart… and report you if you didn’t wear your mask when going into a shop in Lockdown conditions?