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Telemedicine is still health care; health care is highly regulated, and regulations and licensing vary on a country-by-country and state-by-state basis (and perhaps to more local levels, as well). A doctor licensed to practice in, say, the UK, can't practice medicine in the US without getting a license to do so. Some of the restrictions may be bypassed in ...


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To Mask or not To Mask that is the question One thing China did early on was wearing face masks to protect others. They are still doing it today even though there has been no deaths for 10 days and most new cases (counted in dozens and not 10s of thousands like USA today) are imported rather than community spread. This picture from a couple days ago: Source:...


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I too was unable to find data on whether partial curfews are effective. I presume that the premise is that you keep the country running as people are able to work, and you can still collect some tax revenue whereas this is not possible with a full curfew. It seems a very double edged knife. Also, the people most likely to be out and socialising at night ...


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As correctly asserted, it is banned class B stimulant un the UK. In fact it was banned in 1971 so I am unsure why you think the ban was recent. If you have social disorders and live in the UK you can ask for a referral from your doctor. Most common route is medication coupled with therapy (group or solo). To why it was banned is a deeper question. When the ...


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