Tracking and tracing those infected is important to prevent a deadly second wave of the outbreakLONDON: Britain’s system for tracing those with the novel coronavirus was under fire on Thursday as it grappled with the development of a tracking app and health workers warned the government that unless there was clarity it could suffer a second deadly wave. “The track and trace system is going to be ready,” Brokenshire told Sky News. Tracking and tracing those infected is seen as crucial to preventing a deadly second wave of the outbreak and thus getting the economy working again after the lockdown. Court in Texas holds first jury trial by Zoom“To achieve this we must have national, local, and cross-agency involvement. “I’m taking hydroxychloroquine,” Trump, 73, said on May 18.
Source: The Express Tribune May 21, 2020 11:03 UTC