The head of the UK Coronavirus detection and tracking project starts self-isolation
On the 18th local time, Ms. Dido Harding, the head of the Coronavirus detection and tracking project of the British National Medical Service System, began to self-quarantine after receiving a reminder from the mobile phone application until November 26.
A spokesperson for the UK Ministry of Health said she was in self-isolation after Harding was notified anonymously by the testing and tracking app. Detection and tracking will continue to break the chain of transmission, and everyone needs to play their own role in responding to the new coronavirus.
According to reports, Harding’s testing and tracking projects have been criticized. The latest data released last week showed that four out of ten people who tested positive for the new coronavirus were missed.