Inherent technical limitations mean that contact-tracing apps, at best, play a relatively small public health role and, at worst, risk doing more harm than good.
Amy Robinson is a JD/MPP candidate at Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School. She received her BA in English from Harvard University in 2015. Previously, Amy worked as the Communications Manager at the Schools, Health & Libraries Broadband (SHLB) Coalition, an advocacy nonprofit that helps community anchor institutions secure affordable broadband.
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