President Trump Govt-19 case | The importance of communication tracking

President Trump Govt-19 case | The importance of communication tracking

According to Dr Umair Shah, identifying those exposed will be up to the contract tracers.

HOUSTON – President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and aide Hope Hicks have all been tested positive for the Covit-19, after which the White House has a lot of deals.

“It underscores the importance of behind-the-scenes work and contract tracking,” Harris County Public Health Executive Director Dr. Umayr Shah said Friday.

According to Dr Umair Shah, identifying those exposed will be up to the contract tracers.

Detectives will ask positive test takers to isolate COVID-19 to prevent further spread. They will find out who they are in contact with and then let the test know.

“It’s about the individual, especially if there are symptoms, the onset of those symptoms and the two days before that you try to go,” he said. “We know that some people can spread the symptoms before they even have symptoms. One or two days before that they can actually pass on to others.”

In Harris County, there are currently 262 contract tracers. Many of the contract tracers will ask simple questions to determine who might be affected.

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However, tracking is not easy because they may not know who they were around and / or their contact information.

Nevertheless, Shaw says it has all the important information to help control the spread of the virus.

“They are really important in disrupting the spread in our community,” Shaw said. “But most importantly, it helps to understand where in our community they are expressed or tested for positivity, so we can use our resources.”

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Meanwhile, all eyes will be on the White House to see how widespread the infection is.

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