Contact tracing will be deployed next week in New Jersey, while Gov. Phil Murphy assures the personal health data collected will be kept secure and confidential, Government Technology reports. Murphy said contact tracing will be conducted by an established Community Contact Tracing Corps, not an app. The state will also be implementing a contact tracing database platform called CommCare, which Murphy said complies with federal privacy law and data will be encrypted. “It is not a tracking app,” he said.
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