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What Digital Contact Tracing Can Teach Us About Public Trust, Health Equity, and Governance in the United States
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What Digital Contact Tracing Can Teach Us About Public Trust, Health Equity, and Governance in the United States

Adam Nagy and Hilary Ross share reflections on public trust, equity, and governance from discussions with the Digital Pandemic Response Working Group hosted by the Berkman Klein Center.

“As the Working Group looks towards engaging in new topics — such as vaccine distribution schemes — it’s crucial to take stock of what we’ve learned during our examination of digital contact tracing, why we wrestled with these questions, and how we can best use what we’ve learned moving forward,” they write.

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