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Re: Confirmed

By tara (ProgressiveTara)30/6 08:52Tue Jun 30 08:52:15 2020In response to Re: Confirmed

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The government says the system has contacted 114,000 people who may have been exposed to the virus.

But the vast majority of these were found by existing public health teams.

An investigation by BBC Panorama has discovered that 98,000 of the contacts were traced by only 870 public health officials.

The local officials work for Public Health England and are experts in contact tracing. They are responsible for managing more complex cases, like outbreaks in schools and care homes, which often reveal larger numbers of contacts.


So, what we already had was pretty shit hot, and this is an extra that mops up the stuff that the experts don't/can't do.

Seems pretty decent to me.

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