Digital contact tracing is becoming increasingly crucial in Japan, where the third wave of COVID-19 infections is overwhelming contact tracers at public health centers and testing their capacity to the limits. Some of these facilities are now marshaling their contact-tracing workforce toward a tiny pool of patients deemed particularly high risk, leaving the vast majority of cases at the mercy of a state-developed tracing app known as the Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA).
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– The technology, deployed as both a phone app and a physical device, is being used by nearly 80 per cent of the 5.7 million population
– Privacy concerns have been raised about such apps in various places, including Israel and South Korea.
Le Premier ministre Nguyen Xuan Phuc a signé le télégramme n° 1838 / CD-TTg, ordonnant de rechercher rapidement les personnes en contact avec le 1.440e patient.
[Singapour] Coronavirus: how did Singapore get residents to stop worrying and trust its TraceTogether Covid-19 app?
– The city state says 70 per cent of its population is using the app, touting it as possibly the ‘world’s most successful’ digital contact-tracing programme
– The likes of Japan and Hong Kong have struggled with similar ventures, with privacy concerns among the main issues cited
La pandémie de COVID-19 a changé nos vies à jamais. Chaque individu doit s’adapter à la “nouvelle normalité”. À côté de fluctuations macroéconomiques et politiques, la vie sociale et culturelle a connu de nombreux changements notamment dans le comportement des Vietnamiens face aux nouvelles et informations, en particulier les fake news (fausses nouvelles).