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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Government says Technological capability is the key to contact tracing for Covid-19

    The Government says Technological capability is the key to contact tracing for Covid-19


    It's working with existing technology providers to explore its options but is yet to consult with the wider industry in New Zealand

    Technology Industry Association Head Graeme Muller says he's heard contact tracing is the best way to reduce community transmission of Covid-19

    He says broadening reach will widen the long term options for Government

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Politics News
     05 Jun: New National leader Todd Muller is in Queenstown today - following on from wooing Christchurch business owners yesterday
     05 Jun: A blueprint for a trans-Tasman bubble could be used to reopen our borders to the rest of the world
     05 Jun: Queenstown Mayor Jim Boult agrees the tourism township is heading for 18.5 percent unemployment - but only if it does nothing
     04 Jun: A new survey of businesses who claimed the wage subsidy shows it was a lifeline for some workplaces
     04 Jun: Some concern about the effects of changes to University Entrance for students due to Covid-19
     04 Jun: New figures show how Auckland public transport is struggling in the wake of COVID-19
     04 Jun: Choosing to strengthen rather than rebuild Wellington central library, could see it reopen sooner
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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
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    Sailing:
    Luna Rossa will try to emulate Team New Zealand by making a dash and grab raid on the America's Cup 15:27

    Entertainment:
    Ashley Graham feels “strong and fearless” as a mother 15:15

    Motoring:
    Police are urging drivers to take care on the roads as Canterbury dips into winter his weekend  14:57

    Entertainment:
    Jade Thirlwall kept her heritage a secret when she joined Little Mix because she thought being “proud” would make her less “popular” 14:45

    Sailing:
    Luna Rossa skipper Max Sirena has essentially accused rival America's Cup challengers INEOS Team UK and American Magic of whinging to the Government over chasing visas for their team members 14:37

    Entertainment:
    Artem Chigvintsev is “madly in love” with Nikki Bella 14:15

    Soccer:
    A significant pay-cut hasn't gone down well with A-League footballers 14:07

    Law and Order:
    George Floyd memorial: Al Sharpton gives eulogy, takes aim at Donald Trump over posing with Bible amid US protests 13:57

    Business:
    A reduced pay offer may yet be a stumbling block to completing the A-League football season 13:47


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