Victoria should adopt centralized QR technology to minimize the time spent by contact tracers gathering information, Burnet Institute epidemiologist Professor Mike Toole AM told The Age
He said Victoria, when reopening after a months-long lockdown, needed systems that supported the fastest and most accurate contact tracing
« This is a great idea … and it has worked well in South Korea since May, » he told elderly journalist Paul Sakkul.
« It will be very important from now on as summer approaches, because we want to have the closest possible contact tracing »
Professor Toole said the system should be used by businesses that host more than ten people at a time, as those businesses would likely be less diligent in typing names out manually given the high volume of clients.
The use of QR codes would help the government in its attempt to increase the number of « upstream » or « upstream » contact searches when authorities find contacts exposed to an infected person even before they are become infectious
The labor-intensive and time-intensive strategy seeks to locate the « index » case – the original spreader in a cluster
Victorian government is developing QR code registration system based on technology used in NSW and ACT that some epidemiologists believe is necessary to achieve benchmark coronavirus contact tracing
ACT Health offered its system to the Victorian government for free It is not yet clear which Victorian system will adopt
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