- Jan 15, 2013
- United Kingdom
You can say it a million times more if you like; it won't make those points any more relevant. They've already been comprehensively addressed. Refer back to earlier answers.But you don't have the workers for contact tracing... Also, like I've said a million times now, whatever resources you put into contact tracing can be put into some other public health initiative to improve public health far more than contact tracing.
Why spend say $100 million to get a 2% public health improvement when you can spend that to get a 10% pubic health improvement by doing something different?
Oh no, stuff is hard! Might as well give up, then.Also, like I've said again like a million times now, Americans are not gonna answer unknown phone numbers or download a covid tracking app. You have so many logistical issues with contact tracing in America.