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Dental Membranes (Dental Devices) – Global Market Analysis and Forecast Model (COVID-19 market impact)
New York, Oct. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report "Dental Membranes (Dental Devices) - Global Market Analysis and Forecast Model (COVID-19 market impact)" - https://www.reportlinker.com/p05978032/?utm_source=GNWTo increase the data transparency, the interactive excel deliverable covers installed base, new sales volumes, product usage, average selling prices, and company share analysis.We provide epidemiology based indications with procedure volumes.All the models are color-coded and fully-sourced, moreover, analyst comments with qualitative insight offer context for quantitative data.Robust methodologies and sources enable our models to provide extensive and accurate overviews of markets.Demand and supply-side primary sources are integrated within the syndicated models, including Key Opinion Leaders.The analyst conducts thousands of interviews with demand side participants, most of them are physicians, surgeons, and specialists within their therapeutic areas. In addition, real world data sources are leveraged to determine market trends, these include government procedure databases, hospital purchasing databases, and proprietary online databases.The model discusses in detail the impact of COVID-19 on Dental Membranesmarket for the year 2020 and beyond.Membranes are utilized as barriers to inhibit tissue growth for surgical procedures.Dental membranes are utilized beneath gums and over bone for procedures such as bone grafts for dental implants.Even though dental membranes are
LONDON (REUTERS) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would impose tougher lockdown restrictions on the Greater Manchester region in northern England despite failing to reach a deal on funding support with local leaders. "This evening, informed by the data we have just seen, I can announce that Greater Manchester will move to the Very High alert level," Johnson told a news conference on Tuesday (Oct 20). He said the new restrictions would come into force early on Friday. Britain is undergoing a second wave of the virus, recording 21,331 new cases and 241 deaths on Tuesday, but Johnson is resisting pressure for a second national lockdown and is instead pursuing a strategy of imposing tighter restrictions in virus hotspots. The plan has provoked resistance from leaders in the north of England, where the worst of the latest outbreaks are concentrated. The mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, had called for more financial support for the region's businesses which would be forced to shut under the government's highest tier of restrictions, but the two sides failed to reach agreement. Related Stories:
(Photo: Getty | Maria Korneeva) Lyra Health, a richly funded start-up selling employee mental health services to businesses, is adding meditation, mindfulness and sleep support to its program through a new partnership with app-maker Calm. By teaming up, the companies hope to treat a broader population of users and expand their base of employer customers. It's also a way to preserve the limited time and availability of its therapists for patients who need clinical support. Neither company would disclose the financial terms of the partnership. Demand for mental health treatment has increased during the coronavirus pandemic, but there's a widespread shortage of mental health professionals. Lyra is trying to address this problem by giving its customers access to coaches with less clinical training than therapists. The start-up, which launched in 2015, sells its solution to employers looking for ways to boost productivity and retain talent by connecting workers with mental health services. Now, it's adding Calm to its treatment options. "We've seen huge growth month over month in terms of usage and need," Lyra Chief Medical Officer Dr. Connie Chen said. "And that's both in terms of the volume of clients, and an
TORONTO, CANADA, Oct. 20, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Liverpool FC Foundation, official charity of the Liverpool Football Club (LFC, The Reds), and global Canada-based children’s charity Right To Play are working Side by Side, using the power of sport and play to help vulnerable children in Liverpool, Bangkok, and around the world. To raise awareness and support of the partnership, Right To Play and Liverpool FC Foundation have launched a new digital campaign - Side by Side - which will feature across the club’s digital channels. The Side by Side campaign includes a video narrated by The Reds' manager and LFC Foundation Ambassador, Jürgen Klopp, which shows the power of play and sport in action, and aims to inspire viewers to come together and support the campaign. Watch here. As well as driving awareness for the game-changing partnership, the campaign will seek support from the LFC family to join the Side by Side movement and help raise funds to provide children around the world with the tools and skills they need to overcome the impacts of poverty, conflict, and disease, and become empowered to learn, lead, and succeed. The need for support is more important than ever in these
Joshua Copeland at the Colorado Homebuilding Academy Ryan Dumville | CNBC The coronavirus pandemic hit Joshua Copeland and his industry hard. The 38-year-old chef contracted Covid-19 last spring, losing his sense of taste and smell, which are critical to anyone in his line of work. Copeland recovered, but his restaurant—like thousands of others that were shuttered for months—did not, and he was laid off. "I kind of got put in a tight spot. I mean unemployment was helping for a while," said Copeland. The government's extra unemployment benefits that were put into place at the start of the pandemic expired mid-summer. Congress is still wrangling over another stimulus plan. "Because I know that I can't rely on that, I just thought that, you know, this would be a good time to switch careers, switch into a new beginning," said Copeland. He saw an advertisement for the Colorado Homebuilding Academy, a free, non-profit construction training program backed by Colorado-based builder Oakwood Homes, a Berkshire Hathaway company. The academy was founded in 2012, as the homebuilding industry was experiencing a severe labor shortage due to the Great Recession, when thousands of workers left the business.