Digital tools are increasingly being cited as a potential solution for the NHS to deal with the growing spread of coronavirus across the UK and the rest of the world. 

Services such as NHS111 Online have seen a surge in people accessing a dedicated coronavirus service. GPs have also been advised to assess patients online or via telephone and video appointments to mitigate the potential spread of coronavirus.

In a letter to GPs last week, NHS England urged Britain’s 7,000 GP surgeries to reduce face-to-face appoints for patients displaying symptoms of Covid-19.

Digital Health News is asking readers whether they think the spread of COVID-19 will speed up digital adoption across the NHS.

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