in collaboration with the at Johns Hopkins, as well as leading experts worldwide – highlights the ethical, legal, policy and governance issues that must be addressed as digital contact tracing technologies are developed and implemented.
Transparency and public engagement are essential to an inclusive digital public health response
Digital public health responses must represent the least infringement of civil liberties necessary to accomplish public health goals
Use of digital public health technologies and data must be guided by the best available evidence
Responsible use of digital public health technology requires meaningful governance and accountability
Pandemic responses must be rooted in a commitment to equity
developed by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies is now available to train contact tracers about how to do this work effectively—and help cities and states across the nation undertake these critical efforts.