Tagged With COVID-19 Contact Tracing

India's sudden drop in coronavirus cases has puzzled disease experts. Strict public-health measures and difficulty recording rural cases may have factored in.


India's sudden drop in coronavirus cases has puzzled disease experts. Strict public-health measures and difficulty recording rural cases may have factored in.


An economist says a lack of information about COVID-19 drove the world into a deep economic crisis — here's how we can fix it



A Maine wedding is linked to 147 coronavirus cases and 3 deaths. Infections spilled over into a jail and two nursing homes.


Public transit may not bring a high risk of coronavirus transmission, research suggests — depending on which precautions you take


Top Democrats say Trump administration has 'failed to disburse' nearly $14 billion in testing and contact tracing funds, which were approved by Congress back in April



NYC's contact tracers have been told not to ask people if they have attended a protest


The US is not done with the coronavirus pandemic, and a Harvard expert says we need to shift the blame game from reopening to fixing our testing and contact tracing system


Apple, Google, 23andMe, and others are fighting COVID-19, from wearables to faster CT scans to contact tracing


Singapore will give residents wearable 'tokens' that track the people they interact with in a new effort to contain COVID-19


South Korea just flexed its contact-tracing power: After partiers with the coronavirus went to nightclubs, it found and tested 46,000 exposed people


How to enable COVID-19 contact tracing on your iPhone, and receive periodic exposure notifications



All 50 states are partially reopened, and a masked nation holds its breath


One church's large coronavirus outbreak was traced back to a pastor and his wife who attended a service before they developed symptoms, CDC says


Coronavirus super-spreader events all have notable similarities — and they reveal the types of gatherings we should avoid for years


Children 'do transmit COVID-19' to adults, says researcher whose report was 'misunderstood' as evidence that kids cannot spread coronavirus



'Americans are right to be sceptical of this': Coronavirus contact tracing could threaten privacy, employment, and health resources say some experts