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Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — Quarantine procedures for persons travelling to St. Kitts and Nevis are being reviewed ahead of the eventual reopening of the borders to regional and international air passengers. No date has yet been announced when the borders will reopen. Returning nationals and residents on charter flights are the only persons currently allowed […]
·thestkittsnevisobserver.com·
Expanded quarantine sites considered for reopening border
Exit through the App Store? Should the UK Government use technology to transition from the COVID-19 global public health crisis
Exit through the App Store? Should the UK Government use technology to transition from the COVID-19 global public health crisis
A rapid evidence review published by the Ada Lovelace Institute sets out proposals for whether, and how, the UK Government should use technology to transition from the COVID-19 global public...
·www.adalovelaceinstitute.org·
Exit through the App Store? Should the UK Government use technology to transition from the COVID-19 global public health crisis
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
To reopen, the U.S. needs to quickly train and deploy thousands of people to track potential Covid-19 infections — because technology alone can’t do the job.
·www.citylab.com·
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
To reopen, the U.S. needs to quickly train and deploy thousands of people to track potential Covid-19 infections — because technology alone can’t do the job.
·www.citylab.com·
Who Wants to Be a Contact Tracer?
Fragment: Towards the Age of Coveillance?
Fragment: Towards the Age of Coveillance?
There’s a lot of chat, and a lot of reports out (I’ll get around to listing them when I take the time to…) regarding the potential use of phone apps of various flavours regarding …
·blog.ouseful.info·
Fragment: Towards the Age of Coveillance?