Considerations for the Implementation and Management of Contact Tracing for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the Region of the Americas, 2 June 2020
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This document is intended to complement the interim guidance by WHO on Contact tracing in the context of COVID-19. It aims to provide guidance and operational recommendations for implementing contact tracing for COVID-19 in the Americas. The document incorporates current WHO recommendations while considering recommendations from other international agencies and public health institutions. It will be updated as current knowledge on COVID-19 evolves.
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