New Jersey Contact Tracing Non-Cooperation Reaches 74 Percent

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy implored state residents Monday to cooperate with coronavirus contact tracers, saying the non-compliance rate had climbed to 74%.

Murphy wrote on Twitter:

“This is not a witch hunt. We’re only trying to stop the spread of this virus. Work with our contact tracers.”

Contact tracing is used when a case of infection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 is confirmed or probable. Those who are infected are to give the names and information of those who they have been in contact with so they can be identified, contacted and so on.

“The rate of noncooperation with our contact tracers is now up to a whopping 74% of cases,” Murphy said during a news conference. “Quite frankly, this is unacceptable, and we need folks to turn that around. It is extremely critical for contact tracers to get in touch with the close contacts of those who test positive to help us stop the spread of this virus.”

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{Matzav.com}


4 COMMENTS

  1. mister Governor: you have been talking without listening. New Jerseyans are talking to you. They are telling YOU what is or is not acceptable. Your reactions have been terrible for the last 9+ months. You literally said you didn’t even consider the constitutionality of your orders before you enacted them.

    So…
    Stop….
    AND LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE!!!

  2. 74% have woken up to the corona lies and finally learned that it’s all a hoax. Only 26% idiots is good news, no?

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