At least one Indian territory is tracking the phones of suspected coronavirus patients


The Delhi government has announced that it has started tracking the phones of people who are suspected to have coronavirus and have been quarantined at their home.

“We have made a decision and with help from the police, people who have been asked to quarantine themselves at home, we will track their phones over the past few days to ensure that they were staying at home,” said Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi chief minister.

A total of 25,429 phone numbers have been provided to police for tracking, according to Kejriwal.

“People who are leaving the quarantine, we will take strict action and we will also trace people they came in contact with,” said Kejriwal.

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