, SA authorities don’t ‘trust’ contact tracing system enough to ‘not go into lockdown’, Nzuchi Times

SA authorities don’t ‘trust’ contact tracing system enough to ‘not go into lockdown’

, SA authorities don’t ‘trust’ contact tracing system enough to ‘not go into lockdown’, Nzuchi Times

The Advertiser’s Caleb Bond says “it pains me” that South Australia’s political, police and health authorities don’t trust “one of the best contact tracing systems in the country” enough to not go into lockdown. “I think we have one of the best contact tracing systems in the country and it does a very good job of finding infected people very quickly and putting a ring around it,” he told Sky News host Peter Gleeson. “That’s exactly what its doing at the moment, they found six new cases today but they are all linked, they knew where they were. “SA is in a very good position.”

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