[T]he first statistics from the program, which began on June 1, indicate that tracers are often unable to locate infected people or gather information from them. Only 35 percent of the 5,347 city residents who tested positive or were presumed positive for Covid-19 in the program’s first two weeks gave information about close contacts to tracers, the city said in releasing the first statistics....
Perry N. Halkitis, dean of the School of Public Health at Rutgers University, which is guiding an effort to bring on thousands of tracers in New Jersey, called New York City’s 35 percent rate for eliciting contacts “very bad.” “For each person, you should be in touch with 75 percent of their contacts within a day,” he said.... NYT via Althouse
Sunday, June 21, 2020
"Contact Trace" a Big Fail in NYC
What did these Elite Morons really expect?
Apparently it's a telephone survey.
That's why the Big Players want to jam continuous tracing into your phone. They won't be told to 'jam it up their butts.' They do not LIKE disrespect for Their Authority.