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Why is contact tracing so important?
Today, Contact Tracing enables health authorities to identify close contacts of individuals who have been exposed to COVID-19 and isolate them, helping to break the chain of transmission of the virus. As more people return to work, Contact Tracing will enable health authorities to prioritize testing and ration much-needed healthcare resources.
A well-managed COVID-19 Contact Tracing policy is an important mechanism for mitigating the risk of infection impacting your business operations. The more granular you can track contact between employees, the better, as this prevents a wide-spread quarantine of your workforce and limits outbreak within your team. Additionally, a strong policy offers both reassurances to your employees and customers, and to community health officials who are working diligently to contain the pandemic.
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