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WHO: Countries complaining about contact tracing are ‘lame’

WHO: Countries complaining about contact tracing are ‘lame’

By MARIA CHENG

Associated Press

Monday, June 29,2020

The U.N. health company has actually repeatedly advised countries that shutting down their COVID-19 outbreaks needs having a strong contact tracing program in place, a labor-intensive procedure of tracking down contacts of individuals with coronavirus to ensure those at threat separate themselves.


In recent months, countries with big outbreaks of COVID-19, including Britain and the U.S., have actually said there are merely too many contacts to trace for an effective system to be put into place.

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